Citing my sources? [Please Read On]?

So I am using a quote in my introduction to an essay, and I can't remember how to credit the personality who said it..

Does that still count ad citing my sources?

Anyway, do I purely put the quote and finish my sentence and do to whole:

"Quote Here", sentence here (Guy who said here, yr. born- yr. died).

entity? Does that work? Or any better suggestions. Please just ask for elaboration. I will be here for in the order of 20-30 minutes and don't mind adding on. I'm aware this is confusing.


Answers:    Try to include your suggestion in the sentence.

Abraham Lincoln once said, "It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak up and remove adjectives doubt."

or

"It is better...and remove all doubt." (Lincoln, Abraham, year)

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