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  • Name QUINCE, James S. 
    Birth 30 May 1832  Lucerne, Lucerne, Pennsylvania, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 8 Jan 1913  Quincy, Adams, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Burial 10 Jan 1913  Quincy, Adams, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    WAC 1 May 2003  SGEOR Find all individuals with events at this location 
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    Person ID I36092  Joseph Smith Sr and Lucy Mack Smith
    Last Modified 19 Aug 2021 

    Family SMITH, Caroline L. ,   b. Aug 1836, Kirtland, Lake, Ohio, United States Find all individuals with events at this locationKirtland, Lake, Ohio, United Statesd. 9 Jan 1878, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 41 years) 
    Marriage 8 Dec 1853  Rocky Ford, Amboy, Lee, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Lee County, Illinois Marriage records see page 35, Joseph Smith Seniors' Children, Harry D. Galley,
    Children 4 sons and 4 daughters 
    Family ID F20151  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2022 

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    • Joseph Smith Seniors' Children p. 35, by Harry D. Galley has information on this family: Harry D. Galley 2125 28th Street Rock Island, IL 60201 1850 Census of Bureau County Clarion Townshiop, Illinois, Nov. 4 1850, (FHR file #007672) Lee county, Illinois Marriage records copied by the D. A. R. (FHL call #977.336 V25d) for the marriage of James and Caroline on 8 Dec. 1853. The marriage was performed by Thomas S. Angier J.P. License #616. 1860 Census of Sublette township, Lee county, Illinois, page 248, 13 July 1860 #1959/1804 James S. Quince age 23 (1837) Farmer born Pennsylvania, Caroline age 25 (1835) born Ohio, Treacy age 5, (1845) Ill. and Monroe age 3, (1837) Ill Value Real Estate 1800/ Value Personal Estate 600 1870 Census of Lee county, Illinois, (FHL film #545745) Not on the 1880 Census of Amboy township Burial in Sunset Cemetery, Div. 2 row 28 #8, 4th grave in This cemetery is near the Old Soldiers' home where he died. Personal appearance: He was 5 feet 8 1/2, complection, light; color of eyes, gray blue; color of hair, dark brown He served as a Corporal from 12 August 1862 - to 10 June 1865 He was in Co. I, 89th Reg't Illinois Volunteers He enlisted as a Corporal on 12 August 1862. The regiment that he was enlisted in, 25 August 1862, according to the Database of Illinois Civil War Veterans was Company I, 89th Infantry, Rank of Corporal, and he enlisted in the town of Brooklyn (township) He was in the battle at Mission Ridge. In the Amboy Times, March 17, 1864, Page 2, Column 2: A Card of Thanks Camp Beatty, Marysville, Tenn, Feb 6th, 1864: We, the undersigned members of Co. I, 89th Reg't Ills. Vol., do hereby return our sincere thanks to the citizens of Melugins Grove and vicinity, for the very generous donations of tea, butter, paper and envelopes, aprons, &c., which reached us on the 27th of November, 1863, (the day after the battle of Mission Ridge.) We should ahve replied to it before, but circumstances over which we had no control, rendered it impossible. -- We were indeed proud of the present, and after the hard battle we laid aside our arms, and our worthy comrade in arms, Z. Melugins, officated as distrubting agent, and gave to all. God bless the donors, both old and young is the earnest wish of the undersigned, Three cheers for the citizens of Melugin's Grove and the union. -- It was signed by man men including James S. Quince James S. "musters out" 10 June 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee. In about 1865 he started working for the Illinois Central Rail Road probably working his way up to being an Engineer on the locomotives. 1870 census of Amboy (town), 3rd Ward, Lee County, Illinois (FHL film #54745) page 216A & B, 15 July, 50/50: for the birth dates and facts on the Quince family. James Quince age 40 RR Engineer Personal Estate 600 born PA; Caroline age 33 Keeping house born Ohio: Children: Tracy 15 in 1870, Ill.; James 13 in 1870, Ill; Eudora 7 in 1870, Ill.; Francis 3 in 1870, Ill (Male!!!) and Anna age 5/ 12 Feb 1870, Ill. Amboy, Lee county, Illinois Cemetery records (FHL, call #977.336/A2V3h) for the death and burial of Frankey Quincey in Amboy, Illinois at the Binghampton cemetery. Cemetery located on the east side of Amboy, Illinois by a mile and a half.