1. James Quigley born 1800 at Londonderry, Ireland and died 4 March 1885 at Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada. He married before 1821 in Ireland, Isabella (---) who may be the person who died 3 September 1840 at Sussex, New Brunswick. [There is an illegible entry for this person where the text reads 37 y. or 37 years old or 3 years old. So, it's either his wife or daughter]. James married secondly on 30 January 1845 at Sussex, Elizabeth Norring, born about 1806 and died 14 January 1867. By his first wife, James was the father of: John, Thomas, Margaret, William T., James, Mary, and Robert. By his second wife James had a daughter Elizabeth who married Alexander Quigley, obviously a relation of some sort.
2. William T. Quigley was born 1827 in Ireland and died 31 July 1895 at Sussex, New Brunswick. He married first on 29 July 1847 at Sussex, Eliza Killen, born 1831 at Sussex and died there likely about 1863, daughter of Joseph and Lydia (Robertson) Killen. William married secondly 9 June 1876, Sarah Ann Nealy who died at Sussex 31 March 1892. William and Eliza had six children: Margaret, Joseph, James, John, Robert, and Mary Elizabeth.
3. John Quigley was born 10 April 1855 at Sussex, New Brunswick and died 22 December 1929 at Westbrook, Maine. He married at Westbrook on 28 August 1887, Agnes Jane Smith, born 6 September 1864 at Alma, New Brunswick, and died 28 July 1930 at Westbrook, Maine, daughter of James and Ama Ann (Cleveland) Smith. John worked at the S.D. Warren Paper Mill. They had one daughter: Lila.
4. Lila Mae Quigley was born 2 July 1888 at Westbrook, Maine and died there 30 June 1959. She married at Westbrook, 28 June 1911, Archibald Thompson Pratt, born at Westbrook 18 April 1888 and died there 10 March 1964, son of Joshua Thompson and Elizabeth Jane Marie (Stack) Pratt. They had two children: Warren Thompson and Agnes Elizabeth.
1851 Census for Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada by Julia M. Walker and Margaret G. Duplisea (Fredericton, N.B., Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, 1979), 2 vols. (2:187).
Johnson, Daniel F. Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, Volume 62 1884-1885 (the author, St. John, NB, 1995) entry#2848, which gives the death date as 1 Mar 1885.
Records of the Rev. James Gray, Kings Co., New Brunswick, 1857-1898 (Saint John, N.B.: The Saint John Branch, New Brunswick Genealogical Society, 1991).
Anglican Burial Records for Sussex and Norton, NB.
Vital Statistics from New Brunswick (Canada) Newspapers 1894-1895, Volume 95 by Daniel F. Johnson (the author, Saint John, N.B., Canada, 2003), Entry #1968.
“My Umbilical Line” by Martin E. Hollick, NEHGS NEXUS 15 (1998):154-5.