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Hannah Quick (born Berriman) ...
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Text:"...), $ t.OO. Specimen numltSrs sent for ten cents. . t.'harU's Quick, HannahQuick, ¡Cliiabcth Voung, Cj ntliia -V. iarshall, .lolin Marsliail, Wesley C. Dick, Jacob E. Dick. Charles G. Dick, Martha Lyons..."
Date:Oct 21 1869
Publication:Williamsport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Morris Morley Wm Matthews Wm Myers MrsHannahQuick B H Stewart Albert A Sullivan Miss Spencer LJ Sowders Miss 11 Jacob Warner B B 1LEUKV, 1KENCH A 11.0 It no ii always fre and sweet i to il pure go to ble..."
Date:Mar 30 1881
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...'amily, A. N. Roland and family, Gorrell Quick and wife. Geo. Horn and family, S. R. Quick, Mrs. Ellen Quick and Evan, MissHannahQuick and Valona, Mr. and Mi*s. Mullendore, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert, Rev. N..."
Date:Sep 22 1898
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., closed last evening with the election of officers. The following officers were elected for the next six months: President, Mrs O. A. Cook; vice-president. MissHannahQuick, of Columbus, and secretary..."
Date:Mar 27 1908
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... bushes at Donner's, Miss May me Findley of Arrago Grande, California, is the guest of MissHannahQuick and the Beatty family at the old Quick homestead near Clifford, Ind. Miss Mayme came east to Chicago..."
Date:Dec 26 1900
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... 50 Poor W^aynetwp15 00 Poor farm burial18 00 30 03 283 50 50 00 50 00 1 00 50 20 00 00 MissHannahQuick and Miss Mayme Findley went to Franklin on New Year's day to spend a few days visiting relatives..."
Date:Jan 3 1901
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Guilty of a Peculiar Forjii of Coercion to Defeat the Democrats. Hannah's church, mother of the Flat Rock Association, is represented by one of the oldest members of the association—MissHannahQuick..."
Date:Aug 8 1913
Publication:Greensburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...-annual meeting here, closed last evening with the election of oflBicers. The following officers were elected for the next six months: President, Mrs. O. A. Cook; vice-president, MissHannahQuick, of Columbus..."
Date:Apr 2 1908
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
Hannah Yeoman (born Quick) ...
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Text:"... yesterday, elected tH6 following officers tor six months: President—Mrs, 0. A. Cook, of Shelbyville. Vice-President—MissHannahQuick of Cluml)us. fccrclaryTrbasurer — Mrs: Mary lirat. of Columbus. The next..."
Date:Mar 27 1908
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... is composed of twenl;'-one churches located in Shelby. Decatur, Rush, .Johnson and Bartholo-mew coiinties. Jli's. B. H. Reece, of this city, is president; .MissHannahQuick, of Columbus, is ■/ice..."
Date:Mar 2 1908
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...,presented by Mrs. F. T. Crump. Other pictures of commissioner have been promised: Thos. G. Lee, 1829, by Howard Lee. W. S. Jones, 1825, by John L. Jones. Tunis Quick, 1836, by Mrs. HannahQuick. Thomas Essex..."
Date:Aug 3 1895
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... ■ iliolonunv. Decaliir, Johnson and Shel liy coiiiities. The pro.urain arransed for the ses ;;ioiis is as follows: Kl.-nn—Opening hymn. Devotional 'crvices—.MissHannahQuick. Ill:'">-Ucport of secretary and tri..."
Date:Mar 14 1908
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., a two-year-old full blood BrooiiTille A'ews. IBY GOODS. DRY GOODS, NOTIOXS, ETC. —Mrs. HannahQuick, widow of the late Cyrus Quick, living three and one-j half miles east of thi.s eiiy was taken j..."
Date:Apr 7 1881
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America