Annie Josephine “Josie” Phillips O’Quinn

1898

Annie Josephine “Josie” Phillips O’Quinn was born in December 17, 1898 in Gillisonville, Hampton County, South Carolina, daughter of Gaston Franklin Phillips and Mary Josephine Mole.

“South Carolina, Delayed Birth Certificates, 1766-1900,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS9H-DSBZ-D?cc=2512859&wc=Q68D-Z7X%3A1590132448 : 24 January 2017), no. 26-1143 Joe Earle Gibson – no. 27-1014 Herschel Victor Murdaugh > image 1762 of 2040; South Carolina Department of Archives & History, Columbia.

1900 Census Information:

According to the United States Census recorded on June 11, 1900, Gaston Phillips (27) owned a home in Coosawhatchie Township, Hampton, South Carolina with his wife, Mary Phillips (27) and their daughter Anna Phillips (2). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Gaston Phillips was a farmer and Mary Phillips was a farm laborer.

1910 Census Information:

According to the United States Census recorded on April 21, 1910, Gassie Phillips (32), rented a home in Coosawhatchie Township, Hampton, South Carolina with his wife, Mary Phillips (32), and their children; Jessie Phillips (11), Jennie Phillips (8), Effie Phillips (6), James Phillips (4) and Mary Phillips (3). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Gassie Phillips was a farmer.

1918

On November 16, 1918, Eugene Henry O’Quinn (19) and Annie Josephine Phillips (19) were married in Hampton County, South Carolina.

“South Carolina, County Marriage Licenses, 1911-1951,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C912-HVSX?cc=3161369 : 19 June 2020), > image 1 of 1; South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia.

1930 Census Information:

According to the United States Census recorded on May 1, 1930, Eugene H O’Quinn (30), rented a home in Millen, Jenkins county, Georgia with his wife, Annie J O’Quinn (29) and their son Joseph L O’Quinn (7). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Eugene H O’Quinn was a forman on a Log Camp.

1940 Census Information:

According to the United States 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.

1966

On August 25, 1966, Annie Josephine O’Quinn was listed as the living wife in the obituary of E. H. O’Quinn.

1975

On December 20, 1975, Mrs. Annie Josephine Mole O’Quinn was listed as the living mother in the obituary of Henry O’Quinn.

1988

ELGIN

Mrs. Josephine “Josie” Phillips O’Quinn, 89, widow of E. Henry O’Quinn, died Wednesday, September 14, 1988.

Born in Gillisonville, Georgia, she was a daughter of the late Gaston Phillips and Mrs. Mary Mole Phillips.

Surviving are a son, Joseph L. O’Quinn of Lugoff; and a brother, Marion Phillips of Edenton, N. C.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. today, September 1, 1988 at Union Baptist Church cemetery of Elgin.

Kornegay Funeral Home, Lugoff-Elgin Chapel, is in charge.

Obituary Information:

September 15, 1988  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
Page 21

Tombstone Information:

Located in Union Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Kathi

1999

On November 27, 1999, Annie Josephine Phillips O’Quinn was listed as the deceased mother in the obituary of Joseph Lewis O’Quinn Sr.

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