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Henry Quinn Blitch
Birth: Apr. 2, 1918
Suwannee County
Florida, USA
Death: May 11, 1991
Alachua County
Florida, USA

Gainesville Sun
Gainesville Alachua County FL
13 May 1991
Suwannee Henry Q Blitch of Suwannee died Saturday at North Florida Regional Medical Center in Gainesville after a short illness. He was 73. Born in O' Brien, Mr. Blitch moved to Suwannee five years ago from Trenton. He was a retired serviceman for Florida Power Corp. and was a U S Army veteran who served in World War II. Mr. Blitch was a deacon and member of the Salt Creek Baptist church in Suwannee. Survivors include his wife, Ann Blitch of Suwannee; three daughters, Esther Lampp of Lakeland and Nancy Clark and Betty Durden, both of Trenton; two sons, Joseph Blitch of Trenton and Quinn Ray Blitch of Gainesville; a brother, Mardas Blitch of Horseshoe Beach; three sisters, Thelma Goolsby of Jacksonville, Lula Bell Smith of O'Brien and Leatha Wright of Lakeland; one step-daughter, Regina Watson of Bronson; two step-sons, Ricky Berryhill and Reggie Berryhill, both of Gulf Hammock; and 16 grandchildren.

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  Dora Esther Huddleston Blitch (1924 - 1972)*
  Annie Kate Berryhill Goodbread Blitch (1934 - 2013)*
  Quinn Ray Blitch (1956 - 2001)*
*Calculated relationship
Bethel Cemetery
Gilchrist County
Florida, USA
Created by: Juanita Goolsby Langston
Record added: Aug 24, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15486263
Henry Quinn Blitch
Added by: Diana Hunnicutt
Henry Quinn Blitch
Added by: Juanita Goolsby Langston
Henry Quinn Blitch
Added by: Diana Hunnicutt
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 Added: Jul. 16, 2014
Happy Father's Day, Uncle Quinn! We miss you greatly.
- Juanita Goolsby Langston
 Added: Jun. 16, 2013
Uncle Quinn. How much fun I had at your house growing up! My fondest memories were of watching Ray rollerskate on the sidewalk. You always made us feel welcome & I surely miss you.
- Cher Newell
 Added: Aug. 31, 2012
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