Chinn

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  • After her death eight years later, he married Mary Chinn and had another nine additional children.
  • CHINN It has been a bit difficult, at times; especially after their poor father died. Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • Chinn put the question directly to the old man that night, and the answer surprised him. Cited from The Day's Work [Vol. 1], by Rudyard Kipling
  • For why should Jan Chinn make evil to those whom he has made men? Cited from The Day's Work [Vol. 1], by Rudyard Kipling
  • CHINN No, sir; I thought he would be better without them till everything is settled. Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • Chinn, being practical above all things, saw that his family name served him well in the lines and in camp. Cited from The Day's Work [Vol. 1], by Rudyard Kipling
  • The church is still active on what is now known as Chinn Chapel Road.
  • This proved extremely popular and Chinn has written a weekly column for the paper ever since.
  • CHINN Perhaps they're doing their best, poor things! Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • "What makes you think there's any truth in the tale?" said Chinn. Cited from The Day's Work [Vol. 1], by Rudyard Kipling
  • Chinn established a private practice instead, seeing patients in her office and performing procedures in their homes.
  • The Chinn family was one of the first Chinese-American's to move to the area.
  • After moving to Vancouver, Chinn began what would become a long battle with various hard drugs.
  • CHINN They say it must go for trial, sir. Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • CHINN Well, if you don't mind, I'd rather not. Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • CHINN You ain't thinking of going back to it, are you? Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • Chinn was the next to drop out, and after him the one he called Husky. Cited from Ridgway of Montana, by William MacLeod Raine
  • CHINN I think it will be all right, ma'am, thanks to your good gentleman. Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
  • Born to German and Chinese parents, Chinn was the second youngest of twelve children.
  • CHINN Well, you see, sir, the two eldest, they were earning a little. Cited from The Master of Mrs. Chilvers by Jerome K. Jerome 19
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