Jacob A. Quick Family Research
Jacob A. Quick Family Research
Jacob A. Quick Birth: 11 January 1865 in Osage County, Missouri (twin) Death: 16 July 1945 in Knobnoster, Johnson County, Missouri Burial: Knobnoster Cemetery, Knobnoster, Johnson County, MO Parents: William B. Quick and Sarah Nancy Perkins Occupation: Cut Railroad Ties Marriage: 11 October 1888 in Charleston, Missouri Eva Alice Quick Birth: 1 March 1874 in Missouri Death: 11 September 1961 in Quincy, Hickory County, Missouri Burial: Knobnoster Cemetery, Knobnoster, Johnson County, MO Parents: Bazlith Henry Quick and Leah Eva Capps Children: Sarah Jane Quick Ella Leah Quick Howard Quick Amos Willis Quick Walter Levi Quick Oscar Earl Quick Willard Clyde Quick Lester Basil Quick Lyle Silas Quick Bryce Quick Census Information: 1900 Adair Township, Camden County, Missouri Census Image Quick, Jacob 35 Jan 1865 MO MO MO Railroad Tie Maker Eva 26 Mar 1874 MO MO MO Sarah 9 Jun 1890 MO MO MO Ella 5 Oct 1894 MO MO MO Howard 2 Jun 1897 MO MO MO *Married 11 yrs, 4 children, 3 living 1910 Jackson Township, Osage County, Missouri Census Image Quick, Jake 45 MO MO MO Odd Jobs Eva 36 MO MO IL Ella 15 MO MO MO Amos 8 MO MO MO Walter 6 MO MO MO Oscar 2 MO MO MO Willard 1/12 MO MO MO *Married 21 yrs, 8 children, 6 living 1920 Union Township, Benton County, Missouri Census Image Quick, Jacob A. 55 MO IN MO Farmer Eva 45 MO MO TN Amos 18 MO MO MO Farm Laborer Walter 15 MO MO MO Farm Laborer Oscar 12 MO MO MO Willard 10 MO MO MO Lester 5 MO MO MO Lyle 2 11/12 MO MO MO Other sources: Obituary for Eva Alice Quick: I don't know what paper this ran in, the copy I was given is handwritten. Eva Alice Quick, daughter of Henry and Leah Capps Quick, was born in Miller County on October 11, 1874. She passed away September 11, 1961, at the home of her son Oscar at Quincy, Missouri, at the age of 87 years, 10 months, and 6 days. She was united in marriage to Jacob Quick on October 11, 1888 and to this union were born ten children: Mrs. Ella Dickson of Holden, Mo., Walter Quick of Weaubleau, Oscar Quick of Weaubleau, Willard Quick of Osceola, Lester Quick of Windsor, and Lyle Quick of Warrensburg. Her husband preceded her in death. Two sons died in infancy, Amos passed away in 1959 and Sarah in 1952. She confessed faith in Christ at an early age and united with the Bollinger Creek Baptist Church. She was a good and kind mother and grandmother and friend. Her eyesight began failing about 25 years ago and she was almost totally blind the past seven years. She never became discouraged, was kind and patient. Besides the above named children she leaves 56 grandchildren, 75 great-grandchildren, and several great-great-grandchildren. She also leaves three brothers and a sister: John Quick of Reeds Spring, Ben Quick of Cheotota, Kansas, Elmer Quick of Weaubleau, Sarah Coones of Reedley, California; and many other relatives and friends.
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