Thomas Quiney was born in Stratford-upon-Avon and baptised on 26 February 1589 in Holy Trinity Church. He was the son of Richard and Elizabeth Quiney. He had 10 siblings, among them a Richard Quiney who was a grocer in London, Mary Quiney who later married Richard Watts, the vicar of Harbury, and Elizabeth Quiney who married William Chandler. 
The following is an imagined account from the life of Thomas Quiney, who married Judith Shakespeare, William Shakespeare 's daughter in 1616. His and Judith's three children did not survive to adulthood. Transcript:
Thomas Quiney (baptised 26 February 1589 – c. 1662 or 1663) was the husband of William Shakespeare's daughter Judith Shakespeare, and a vintner and tobacconist in Stratford-upon-Avon.
When Thomas Quiney was born on 26 February 1589, in Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, his father, Richard Quiney, was 32 and his mother, Elizabeth Phillips, was 23. He married Judeth Shakespeare on 10 February 1615, in Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 3 sons.
- Judeth Shakespeare, Margaret Wheeler
23/05/2018 · About Thomas Quiney, Sr. Judith Shakespeare married Thomas Quiney, a vintner and tavern owner from Stratford, on February 10th 1616. Judith was 31 and Thomas Quiney was 27 years of age. The initial approval of the marriage quickly changed with the scandalous news that Thomas Quiney had made another girl pregnant.
- circa February 26, 1589
26/10/2020 · Shakespeare Quiney was born in Nov 1616. He died in infancy, aged 6 months, in May 1617. Richard Quiney was born in Oct 1617. He died in Jan 1639 aged 21 (possibly of the plague). Thomas Quiney was born in Jan 1619. He also died in Jan 1639, the same month as his brother, aged 19 (possibly of the plague).
12/05/2022 · Thomas Quiney (baptised 26 February 1589 – c. 1662 or 1663) was the husband of William Shakespeare's daughter Judith Shakespeare, and a vintner and tobacconist in Stratford-upon-Avon. Quiney held several municipal offices in the corporation of Stratford-upon-Avon, the highest being chamberlain in 1621 and 1622,   but was also fined for various minor offences.