1940 Census Information:
According to the US Census recorded on May 12, 1940, Henry Eugene O Ininn (39), rented a home on Church Street in Blaney, Kershaw, South Carolina with his wife, Annie Phillip O Ininn (38) and their children; Henry Robert O Ininn (19) and Joseph Lewis O Ininn (18). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina and lived in Estill, Hampton County, South Carolina on April 1, 1935. Henry Eugene O Ininn was a logging contractor, Henry Robert O Ininn and Joseph Lewis O Ininn were logging laborers.
On September 22, 1940, Henry Robert O’Quinn (19) married Nannie Alberta Sanders (19) in Kershaw County, South Carolina.
On August 25, 1966, Henry R. O’Quinn was listed as the living son in the obituary of E. H. O’Quinn.
ELGIN – Henry O’Quinn, 54, a retired civil service employee at Fort Jackson, died at his home Saturday, December 20, 1975 after an apparent heart attack.
Born in Hampton County, he was a son of Mrs. Annie Josephine Mole O’Quinn and the late Eugene H. O’Quinn. He was a member of Kershaw Masonic Lodge 29 and an active deacon at Union Baptist Church. He was a World War II veteran.
Surviving are his mother; his widow, Mrs. Mannie Alberta Sanders O’Quinn; three daughters, Miss Cammie O’Quinn of Elgin, Mrs. Mary Martin of Lugoff and Mrs. Ruth Vaughn of Atlanta; a son, Dwight O’Quinn of Elgin; a brother, Joseph Lewis O’Quinn of Lugoff and nine grandchildren.
Services will be 2 p.m. Monday in Union Baptist Church.
Kornegay Funeral Home is in charge.
On April 25, 2004, Henry Robert O’Quinn was listed as the deceased husband in the obituary of Nannie Albert O’Quinn.
On May 18, 2019, Henry Robert O’Quinn was listed as the deceased father in the obituary of Ruth O’Quinn Coyle.