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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • STAY ONE JUMP AHEAD OF TROUBLE, 1945

Miss Jennie Quigley

Miss Jennie Quigley

Miss Jennie Quigley, 19 years old. Height 28 inches; weight 32 lbs. Photographer Hughes & Co., St. Louis.

Jennie Quigley

This is directed to the person who posted the photo of Jennie Quigley, on the off-chance that you may actually be someone who is in the family-tree of this family, and therefore may be able to help with my own family-tree research.

Jennie Quigley is not on my direct-line, but her mother Jane Quiigley (born 1821) nee KERR is a sister to my
GG-grandfather James KERR (1816), and I am trying to find out more abouts his roots which are in Ireland.

If you know about this family, (or if not, but you have the contact details of the person from whom you got the photo if THEY are from this family-line), then I'm hoping
you'll get in contact.

Lois Moore
(melbourne, Australia)

That is a seriously great

That is a seriously great hairdo there. I wonder how long her hair was when it was down?

Jennie Quigley

If you want to know more about Jennie, chick this link:

http://www.showhistory.com/Quigley.midget.html

 
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