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PIONEER

John William QUIRK  1870/1871-1953

aka John W. Quirk, John Wm Quirk, John Quirk, J. Quirk, J. W. Quirk
nationality
occupation
birth .. July/Aug/Sep 1870/1971, Whitehaven, Cumberland
baptism
death .. Apr/May/ June 1953, Pancras, London (82y) (not 100% certain)
burial
marriage married on .. Oct/Nov/Dec 1898, Bootle, Cumberland
Hetty BUSHBY

b. .... 1874, ...........
d. .. Jan/Feb/Mar 1916, Edmonton, Middlesex

children
  • Ella

    b. 22 Aug 1899, Millom, Cumberland
    d. .. Jan/Feb/Mar 1983, Derby, Derbyshire

  • Henrietta

    b. 4 Jan 1904, W. Derby, Lancashire
    d. .. Oct/Nov/Dec 1969, Derby, Derbyshire


PARENTS

father John QUIRK

b. .... 1812, Scotland
d. .. Jan/Feb/Mar 1904, Toxteth Park, Lancashire (92y)

mother Henrietta JOHNSTON

b. .. July/Aug/Sep 1840, Marylebone
d. .. Apr/May/June 1907, Toxteth Park, Lancashire (68y)

marriage .. Oct/Nov/Dec 1868, Whitehaven, Cumberland
children
  • John William

    b. .. July/Aug/Sep 1870/1971, Whitehaven, Cumberland
    d. .. Apr/May/June 1953, Pancras, London (82y)) uncertain


LIFE



1871 CENSUS (Whitehaven, St Bee, Cumberland, England)
John QUIRK (60y) (b. 1812, Scotland)
Henrietta Quirk (31y)
John William Quirk (0y)



1881 CENSUS (Toxteth Park, Lancashire, England)
John QUIRK (69y) (b. 1812, Scotland)
Henrietta Quirk (41y)
John W. Quirk (10y) scholar



1891 CENSUS (Toxteth Park, Lancashire, England)
John QUIRK (79y) (b. 1812, Scotland) grocer
Henrietta Quirk (52y)
John W. Quirk (20y) art student



1901 CENSUS (31 Mar 1901, Millom, Cumberland, England)
John Wm Quirk (30y) Building contractor's manager
Hetty Quirk (26y)
- Ella (1y)
Cumberland



1911 CENSUS ()
John W. Quirk (40y) recording engineer (Pathé Frères)
Hetty Quirk (36y)
- Ella (11y) (b. Millom)
- Henrietta (7y) (b. Liverpool)
res.: 32, Hewitt Avenue, Wood Green, Middlesex, London.




NOTES


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THANK YOU


Bill Dean-Myatt