DILLION Family Genealogy-History

(Updated March 7, 2022)


DILLION, Quincy Perry
Individual Data

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February, 1902


Mr. Quincy Dillion died at his home near Cashmere, West Virginia, on February 12, 1902. He had been a great sufferer for some time. His age was 76 years and 19 days.

He leaves a wife and seven children. "Uncle Quincy" was married twice, his first wife being Miss Catherine McGhee. She has been dead a number of years. His second wife was Miss Jennie Chambers.

Uncle Quincy, as he was popularly called, was a noted man in the Civil War as a Fifer. He belonged to Edgar's Battalion of Infantry, C.S.A., and was not only honored by the Southern Army, but by the Northern Army for his music on the fife.

His funeral was preached at Pine Grove Church by Reverends Henry and James Dillion of Summers County. Uncle Quincy has been a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church for thirty years. He will be missed by his many friends and relations, also by his church.

He was buried in the Broyles Cemetery last Thursday, February 13.

God be with the bereaved family in this trying hour.

A Friend


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