- Ancient Lineage Pre 1066
- De Quincey Family 1035 - 1730
- De Quincey Family 1730 - 1970
- Seals of Roger de Quinci
- Family Gallery
- The Crusades
- 1000 Years of Christianity
- Emigration to America
- Civil War 1215 -1217
- Ships & The de Quincey Family
- Wills & Probate
- The Bothel Stone
- History of Bothel
- Pen & Ink
- Cockermouth After The Floods
- Cockermouth Wall Art
- Contact & Guest Book
Quincey Family 1910-1962
Quincey Family 1962-2011
St. Laurence , Chapel Chorlton
Victor and Edward at the Quincy Family Grave, Quincy Massachusetts
Edward and Victor with the late Mr Hobart Holly (Quincy Historical Society) and the late Mrs Madeleine Quincy descendant of Edmund Quincy born Northamptonshire 1602-1637 m Judith Pares
Fount in St. Mary and St.Hardulph, Breedon on the Hill Leicestershire. The base of the 15c octagonal Fount depicts the arms of the Quincy Family.
David Quincey outside the Church of St Mary and St Hardulph.
The Quincy House over looking Quincy Bay. Revolutionary leader Josiah Quincy built the house 1770. He produced 3 mayors of Boston and a President of Harvard University. He played a key role in the social and political life of Massachusetts .
Stone bottle produced for the Quincey Mineral Water Company, Walsall and Leicester owned by Saunders Quincey brother of Christopher, James and John, c1880
Tray used in Beer Houses and Inns, many of the Quincey family were Inn Keepers
The bottles and tray owned by Victor were presents from his son David.
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