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Re: Alexander and Elizabeth (Williams) Quate married abt 1828
Posted by: Gena Wooldridge (ID *****0485) Date: September 19, 2008 at 10:54:46
In Reply to: Re: Alexander and Elizabeth (Williams) Quate married abt 1828 by Brandon Quate of 33

Brandon.... We are from Ireland.

According to records found, there is David A Quate and son, James D. Quate. David Quate was the man who married Elizabeth Lloyd.

According to the 1860 Federal Census: David A. Quate was living with his family in Greensboro, Guilford Co., North Carolina.

1880 Federal Census: Census taken on June, 23rd Civil District, in the county of Rutherford, State of Tennessee, 2 June 1880:
Family History Library Film 1255276, NA Film Number T9-1276, Page Number 345C

Column 1: State Father Born
Column 2: State Mother Born
Column 3: State Child Born

Quate,David 33 years old, farmer NC NC NC
Elizabeth 26 years old, kept house. NC NC NC
L. A. 10 years old (f), at school. IN IN IN
A. W. 7 years old (m), at school. NC NC NC
A. L. 2 years old TN NC NC
Mary 6/12 months old (f) TN NC NC

Alexander Quate, born abt 1801, appears to be born in North Carolina. I'm not sure who his father was or where he was born. I was told that one of the Quates moved from Ireland. Another relative said that David Quate moved to Murfreesboro, TN to work (or own) a flour mill. Many of his children were born in TN. His family later moved to Fannin County, TX, where, I'm assuming, my grandmother met my grandfather (Mollie and Henry). I really would like to know exactly who moved where and why :-). I would like to have first, middle and last names of the family members you know about, as well as their birthdate, birthplace, deathdate and deathplace and burial place. Also, maiden names of the ladies in the family, their spouses and children and their birth and death information. That's a lot to ask of you, I know. If you are more comfortable with giving information of your living family, you're welcome to send it to my email address. Thank you so very much, Brandon. I'm assuming you're a teacher or professor?

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