Last name: Quick
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There are a bunch of us in St. Louis Missouri.
Lisa H. Polson
Searching for my heritage surname "Quick" I was told the my grandfather Monroe Quick was born in Redsprings Reservation in N.C. If anyone has any information please reply to this response.
my name is grant quick and my father is thomas E. quick
Stephen Kellon Quick
My original Quick ancestor was a prisoner/indenture from the Monmouth Rebellion. Completed servitude VA, moved onto Bertie Co NC, later to Marlboro Co.SC. Many still live there. My Dads line moved to NC in the 30s. Lineage is Thomas>Willis?>Thomas> Aquilla (died 1813)>Stephen>Tristam>Stephen( aConfederate veteran)>Whiteford>Norman>John Douglas ( one of 19) my dad William Kellon> me. Have a son Matthew Kellon.
Grandfather Thomas Quick, Oklahoma.
Great granddaughter of Willie Quick and Mariah Harrington North Carolina
I have been researching my husband's Quick line. We are in Bullitt County, Kentucky. I found Charles Edward Quick who was married to Ada. I believe his parents were George Thomas and Laura A. If anyone can verify, I would appreciate it! I think this line goes back to Dennis from the 1700's. Does anyone know anything else about this line and who/where they came from/what they were like (oral history stories)? Thanks!
If anyone knows of Billy Quick - England - Canada - served in WW1 he's my grandfather I am email@example.com
Quick is also a surname in Finland and Sweden. To.my knowledge it is military name, given to a soldier to recognize him from others with same last name (type "Johansson').
Lucy and Kassady
The Quicks in my family come from bennetsville sc. Marlboro county
The Quicks in my family are from Marlboro County, South Carolina and are descendents of Choctaw, Cherokee and Per Dee tribes. I am trying to get any information I can to help document our lineage and to help our family reunite as one instead of having several family reunions. Any information will be greatly appreciated.