Information has been found that may help link some of us together. This came from a relative who grew up in the Ballintra area.
In the 1800's, there were 3 Quinn families living in Ballintra. They were all related to each other. One family, the Daniel Quinn family, was forced from their farm and forced to live on another farm, located in Lisnapaste (or Ballinakillew). This land was located at the top of the street in Ballintra.
Today, the Church of Ireland stands on this land. The church is around 200 years old, so that would put the Quinn family there right at 1800.
Some names in this family: Daniel Quinn, born right around 1800. Married Mary Flannagan from Lough Eske. They married when Daniel was in his 60's and Mary was only 21. They had 10 children.
Other names for this family: Andrew, Bernard, Lawrence, Cormack.