Quinn, William a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born June 20, 1790. He was converted in his sixteenth year, and about four years after began to preach. In 1817 he joined the Philadelphia Conference. His various fields of labor, as indicated in the Conference Minutes, were: Talbot Circuit, 1817; Caroline, 1818; Daluphin, 1819; Lewiston, 1820; Dorchester, 1821-22; Accomac, 1823-24; and Annamessex, 1825. He then took a supernumerary relation until 1838, when, entering again the active workl, he served the Church on Salisbury Circuit, 1839-40; Kent, 184142; Milford, 1843-44; and Berlin, 1845. Declining health then obliged him to take rest, and he settled at Newtown, Pa., where he died Dec. 13, 1867. Ile was a well- cultured man and did honor to his Church and generation as a student and a Christian. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1868.