1) John Quick d. bef. 1826?
Married: 3 Jun 1802 Glastonbury Rachel Periam b. 1781, bur. 25 Nov 1858 (Dec Q 5c/496 Bath) aged 78 at Bath Workhouse (?) [Rachel Chr. 30 Sep 1777 Butleigh d.o. Thomas and Rachel Periam?]
In May and Nov 1805 the OOP paid John's wife the Bounty allowed by the government.
Rachel was paid for going to Wootton by the OOP in Feb 1826. In Feb 1828 she received assistance (3/-) and an order was made for her removal. She received further assistance in March 1828 and another order of removal was paid for. She was taken to Bath Hospital. The above burial at Bath Workhouse would seem to relate to the Rachel below – but could also be this same person.
On the 1841 census in Bath was a Rachel Quick (60) William Quick (45) a tailor, Harriet (12). They are absent from the 1851 census but a William [of Albert Buildings Twerton] was buried in Lyncombe, Bath 3 Sep 1868 aged 73.
1) Mr. Quirke
Mentioned in OOP account of 1702 when they paid his bill (in connection with sessions). Probably the Mr. Querce of John Cannon (Money p. 166) who he described as formerly an honest lawyer but once a Coroner, a notorious villain. Possibly the Robert Quirkeof Somerton buried 4 Feb 1704