Mulquiney Elizabeth Quin (1829 - 1912)

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Mulquiney Elizabeth Quin
1829 - 1912
updated February 06, 2019
Mulquiney Elizabeth Quin was born in 1829. Mulquiney was born to Quin Thomas Quin and Eliza Kenney Quin, and we currently have no other siblings in their family tree. Mulquiney died in 1912 in Hawthorn, Australia at 83 years old.

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Quin Thomas Quin
Hawthorn, Australia
Eliza Kenney Quin
Hawthorn, Australia

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Mulquiney Elizabeth Quin passed away in 1912 in Hawthorn, Australia at age 83. Mulquiney was born in 1829. Mulquiney was born to Quin Thomas Quin and Eliza Kenney Quin, and we currently have no other siblings in their family tree.
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In 1829, in the year that Mulquiney Elizabeth Quin was born, on May 6th, the patent for an instrument called an "accordion" was applied for by German citizen Cyrill Demian. The patent described the accordion this way: "Its appearance essentially consists of a little box with feathers of metal plates and bellows fixed to it, in such a way that it can easily be carried, and therefore traveling visitors to the country will appreciate the instrument."

In 1848, Mulquiney was 19 years old when on November 1st, the first medical school for women - but founded by a man - opened in Boston. Called the Boston Female Medical College, and later merging with the Boston University School of Medicine, women could officially attend medical classes and be trained as physicians.

In 1866, at the age of 37 years old, Mulquiney was alive when on April 10th, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - the ASPCA - was created. New Yorker Henry Bergh was the first President of the Society and the leader in its creation. He later formed the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

In 1883, at the age of 54 years old, Mulquiney was alive when on May 24th, the Brooklyn Bridge - one of the oldest bridges in the US - was opened to traffic. Bridge construction began in 1869 and took 14 years to complete.

In 1912, in the year of Mulquiney Elizabeth Quin's passing, the RMS Titanic sank in April. The RMS Titanic was a British built and run passenger liner that was billed as "unsinkable." On its maiden voyage from Southampton England to New York City, carrying about 2,224 passengers and crew - from the wealthiest people in the world to poor emigrants from Europe, the Titanic hit an iceberg. Five of her watertight compartments failed but she was designed to survive only 4 being flooded. She began to sink. There were only enough lifeboats for about half of the passengers so over 1,000 remained behind while "women and children first" were loaded. Over 1500 died, making it the largest maritime disaster in modern history.

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Other Quins

Quin Thomas Quin
Hawthorn, Australia
Eliza Kenney Quin
Hawthorn, Australia
Anne Quin
1839 - 1913
Bendigo, Australia
Fizelle Jacob Quin
Bendigo, Australia
Frances Ruckle Quin
Bendigo, Australia
Kate Quin
1880 - 1913
Bendigo, Australia
Quin Patrick Quin
Bendigo, Australia
Mary Oloughlan Quin
Bendigo, Australia
Patrick Quin
1862 - 1913
Bendigo, Australia
Quin Patrick Quin
Bendigo, Australia
Mary Oloughlan Quin
Bendigo, Australia
Agnes May Quin
1911 - 1913
Woodspoint, Australia
Quin Theodore Quin
Woodspoint, Australia
Alice Edgar Quin
Woodspoint, Australia
Margaret Quin Mulquiney
1839 - 1914
Hawthorn, Australia
Eliza Kenny Quin Mulquiney
Hawthorn, Australia
Quin Hing
1836 - 1916
Bendigo, Australia
Thomas Quin Mulquiney
1823 - 1918
Hawthorn, Australia

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Quin Thomas Quin
Hawthorn, Australia
Eliza Kenney Quin
Hawthorn, Australia
Erikka Charlotte Stirling
1855 - 1912
Hawthorn, Australia
Wallen Stirling
Hawthorn, Australia
Eliza Cowdell
1836 - 1912
Hawthorn, Australia
Williams John Cowdell
Hawthorn, Australia
Judith Cowdell
Hawthorn, Australia
George John Kilner
1864 - 1912
Melbourne, Australia
Kilner Joseph Kilner
Hawthorn, Australia
Emma Earle Kilner
Hawthorn, Australia
William Hexon Job
1822 - 1912
Hawthorn, Australia
Job Job
Hawthorn, Australia
Julia Ann Gannon
1847 - 1912
Hawthorn, Australia
Gannon Patrick Gannon
Hawthorn, Australia
Julia Rogan Gannon
Hawthorn, Australia
Catherine Matilda Nolan
1844 - 1912
Hawthorn, Australia
Gaffney Terence Nolan
Hawthorn, Australia
Catherine Mcculla Nolan
Hawthorn, Australia
Gerte Downey
1873 - 1912
Hsville, Australia
Jones Abel Downey
Hsville, Australia
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