The birth date that you have is apparently the date for Sara Bryan Quinn's birth in Mississippi. She married David Monroe Quinn. David was born 18 JAN 1835. There is a tree for David on Roots web at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=laura47&id=I137972 here]. He apparently died on 29 July 1909 in Edna, Jackson Co., TX, and was born in Milledgeville, Baldwin Co., GA. If you subscribe to Ancestry, there are a number of family trees, including these: [http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/15779/family?cfpid=-1854482029 here], and [http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1552790/person/6035727037?ssrc=&ml_rpos=11, which has some cites. One tree says that Sallie's maiden name was Odo and that she was also born in Miledgeville, GA.
David received a Civil War Pension as a confederate soldier. He married Sallie on 20 Aug 1871 in Macon, Miss. Apparently, David enlisted to fight in the Civil War from Miss. Sallie outlived him and applied for a Widow's pension, which was allowed on 1 Sept 1910. According to the pension file, she died 17 Nov 1919 without leaving a will, but her children and heirs were: C. C. Quinn, Mattie Belschner a widow; Pearl Dollery, the wife of Frank Dollery; Cleveland Dollery, the wife of S. W. Dollery; Monroe Quinn; and Dora Hack, the wife of H. O. Hack. (The Dollerys were confusing, so this info may be mixed up.) The pension information is from: Texas State Library and Archives Commission; Austin, Texas; Confederate Pension Applications, 1899-1975; Collection #: CPA19385; Roll #: 283; Roll Description: Pension File Nos 19385 to 19400, Application Years 1906 to 1910.
I can give you more help is you need it, Vic