A History of Ships in the de Quincey Family

The following ships have been used over the last four centuries by the Quincey family

Ship Bethel owned by Josiah Quincey 1748

the Griffin used by Edmund Quincy 1628.

"Lord Gough" Christopher Quincey (born 1839) sailed to America 1884

Kate Branston sailed to America on the S.S. Egypt she married
Christopher Quincey in 1884

Christopher William Quincey and Florence Quincey (Beresford) sailed on the ship Minnedosa on the 6th April 1920 (after their marriage) to Canada

In 1922 Drucilla (Quincey) Dargan with Husband James and child
Victor Sailed to Canada on the Montcalm

Florence Quincey sailed again to Canada in 1922 on the Montrose she later sailed again on the Montrose in 1927 with Irene and Christopher

Rose Quincey with Edward and Leonard sailed to Canada on
The Montroyal 1925

Victor Quincey RN. sailed to America in 1941 on the
USS. Fuller

Victor Quincey Joined HMS Rajah 1943.

Victor Quincey RN. also served on the HMS Boxer

Joan and Victor de Quincey sailed around Australia and
New Zealand on the Rhapsody of the Seas. 2007

Joan and Victor sailed from Vancouver down and through the Panama
round the Caribbean and over to the Azores and back to Dover 2009
On the Balmoral

Joan and Victor sailed to Madeira via the Canaries on the Boudicca

Joan and Victor sailed from Southampton around the Mediterranean on 2 separate occasions on the
Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas

Joan and Victor Sailed from Southampton to New York and from New York to Nova Scotia back to New York
also from New York to Southampton on the Queen Mary 2

Joan and Victor sailed from Southampton 2015 on a special 10th anniversary of the Queen Mary when all three Queens met and sailed away with a fantastic fireworks display. We sailed around the Baltic to St Petersburg on the Queen Victoria