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Thomas 
Quicke
1798 - post 1861


Thomas 
Quicke
, schoolmaster. Schoolmaster (1841), Schoolmaster Commercial & Mathematical (1851).

Born: Tiverton, , , England 1798 Baptised:
Died: post 1861Buried:
Family:
Quicke

Ancestors
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1.
Thomas 
Quicke
(
Palmer
) 1798 - post 1861

Siblings



Spouses



1. ante 1822
Elizabeth 
Palmer
(
Quicke
) 1795 - post 1861

Descendants
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a.
Elizabeth 
Palmer
(
Quicke
) 1795 - post 1861
1.
Elizabeth Gibbs 
Quicke
(
Sellick
) 1822 - 1908
2.
Thomas Royle 
Quicke
(
Payne
) 1824 - 1911
2a.
Fanny 
Payne
(
Quicke
) 1824 - 1890
2.1.
Thomas Joseph 
Quicke
(
Potts
) 1845 - 1904
2.2.
Charles 
Quicke
1851 - post 1891
2.3.
Amy Lavinia 
Quicke
(
Tucker
) 1852 - post 1884
2.4.
Edith Mary 
Quicke
1853 - post 1871
2.5.
Caroline Louisa 
Quicke
1855 - 1927
2.6.
Arthur 
Quicke
1856 - post 1881
2.7.
Kelley/William 
Quicke
1858 - post 1871
2.8.
Frank James 
Quicke
1861 - post 1891
2.9.
Ernest 
Quicke
1862 - post 1881
2.10.
Catherine Louisa 
Quicke
1863 - post 1911
2.11.
Edwin 
Quicke
1864 - post 1881
2.12.
Richard 
Quicke
1866 - post 1881
3.
William Furneaux 
Quicke
(
Jenkins
) c. 1826 - 1899
4.
John Mugford 
Quicke
(
Gest
) 1828 - 1914
5.
Fanny Maria 
Quicke
(
Sercombe
) 1830 - 1895
6.
Francis George 
Quicke
(
Newman
) 1832 - 1917
7.
Pitman Richard 
Quicke
(
Cook
) 1834 - 1906
8.
Maria Louisa 
Quicke
(
Abbot
) 1837 - post 1901
8a.
Thomas 
Abbot
(
Quicke
) + ante 1891
8.1.
Elizabeth R.S. 
Abbot
1872 - post 1901
Sources

Census

Timeline


1798Born Tiverton, England
ante 1822Married
Elizabeth 
Palmer
(
Quicke
) 1795 - post 1861
1841Head of household in 1841 census (census) Exeter, Devon, England
31st Mar 1851Head of household in 1851 census (census) Exeter, Devon, England
1861Head of household in 1861 census (census) Exeter, Devon, England
post 1861Died
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