Maud Mae Berner
- Born: 19 May 1878, Lovilla, Monroe County, Iowa
- Marriage: Thomas Henry Quinn in 1897 in Nebraska
- Died: 18 Dec 1954, Oxford, Furnas County, Nebraska at age 76
- Buried: 21 Dec 1954, Oxford Cemetery, Oxford, Harlan County, Nebraska
Noted events in her life were:
• Obituary, 1954, Furnas County, Nebraska. FINAL RITES FOR MRS. MAUDE QUINN TUESDAY
Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church in Oxford, Tuesday, December 21, for Mrs. Maude Quinn, who passed away at the Oxford hospital December 18th.
Rev. Wilkin T. Willis officiated at the service.
Music was furnished by Mrs. Cora Wood and Mrs. Velma Fisher, accompanied by Mrs. E. E. Stafford. Pallbearers were George Quinn, Sr., Joe Quinn, Floyd Quinn, Emery Quinn, Gene Quinn and Howard Quinn.
Burial was in the Oxford Cemetery with Mitchell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Relatives attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Garrison and boys of McCook; James Quinn of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mollring of Holbrook; Mrs. Hattie Berner of Holbrook; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Quinn of Beaver City; Mrs. Ella Weir of Beaver City; Mrs. Emery Quinn and Jeanine of Beaver City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longsine, Sr. of Beaver City.
Maude Mae Berner, daughter of Henry and Sarah Berner, was born in Lavilla, Iowa, May 19, 1878, and departed this life December 18, 1954, at Oxford, Nebraska, at the age of 76 years, 6 months and 29 days.
When a young woman she came with her pioneer parents from Iowa to this community. On March 11, 1897, she was united in marriage to Thomas H. Quinn who preceded her in death on May 18, 1942. To this union were born three sons. She was also preceded in death by her parents, two brothers Bat Berner and Charles Berner, and one sister Pearl Curtis.
She attended the Baptist Church and was a charter member of the Rebekah Lodge and a member of the Royal Neighbor Lodge.
Surviving are her three sons: Edward P. Quinn of Oxford; William H. Quinn of Grand Island; and James L. Quinn of Lincoln; five grandchildren, Mrs. Dorothy May Garrison of McCook; James Thomas Quinn of Columbus; Mrs. Mary Donna Mollring of Holbrook; Mrs. Doris Lou Fagot of Rapid City, South Dakota; and Mrs. Betty Wagner of Oxford. Eight great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and other relatives and many friends.
Maud married Thomas Henry Quinn, son of James William Quinn and Mary Bridget Burns, in 1897 in Nebraska. (Thomas Henry Quinn was born on 16 Jun 1861 in Kentland, Newton County, Indiana, USA, died on 18 May 1942 in Oxford, Furnas County, Nebraska and was buried in Oxford Cemetery, Oxford, Harlan County, Nebraska.)