Father: Abraham SKINNER
- Birth: 22 DEC 1731, Glastenbury,,CT
- Death: 1790
Mother: Phebe DICKINSON
- Roderick SKINNER
- Phebe SKINNER
- Jemima SKINNER
- Rebecca SKINNER
- Artemesia SKINNER
- Theodosia SKINNER
- Millicent SKINNER
- Thomas SKINNER
- Arnold SKINNER
- Abraham SKINNER
_Thomas SKINNER _
_Abraham SKINNER _____|
| |_Mary PRATT _____
_Abraham SKINNER _|
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| |_Abigail CHAMBERLAIN _|
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|_Phebe DICKINSON _|
!Copley, Genevieve Skinner Skinners: Descendants of Thomas
Skinner of Malden, MA pg 54, 113
Contemporary Records: From Hebron, Conn, land records
1762 Mar 9: William BRATTLE and Martha his wife of Cambridge and
Andrew OLIVER, Jr., of Boston to Abraham SKINNER of Glastenbury, Conn.,
a piece of land on the easterly side of a tract called "Country Grant",
beginning at stake and stones in line of land claimed by Matthew
WILLIAMS; thence Northerly 140 rods to corner of ROW's or BLISS's land;
thence easterly leading Northerly partly on ROW and partly on KILBURY
51 rods to and in a line drawn from a white oak tree ye Southwest corner
of "Country Grant" to ye end of 314 rods from ye Nor'west corner of
Country Grant; thence southerly in sd line to land by Matthew WILLIAMS
11 1/2 rods North of sd White Oak tree; thence Westerly to ye first
bounds (vol 5, p 301).
1762 May 31: Abraham SKINNER of Glastenbury to Dr. William BUEL of
Hebron, 46 acres 130 rods. Beginning at heap of stones by a brook called
Williams' Northeast corner; thence Northwardly 69 rods to sd BUEL's
Northwest corner and Dogg Hill thence West about 7 rods to heap of
stones, thence North 7 degrees West 64 rods to a chestnut stradle;
thence West 52 rods to heap of stones by ROW's land; then South 3
degrees 30' east, 135 rods to heap of stones in North line of Matthew
WILLIAMS's land then East 60 rods to first bound with house thereon.
Excepting a highway thorugh sd land about 2 rods wide (vol 5, p 311).
From Glastenbury, Conn, land records:
1778 Apr 20: Nathan DICKINSON deeded land to Abraham SKINNER
1781 June 19: David DICKINSON, Jun. for £42 deeded 30 acres of land to
Abraham SKINNER in Marlboro Parish. Land touching propery of Abraham
SKINNER and Israel FOOT.
1790: Glastenbury Town, Hartford County, Conn
Abraham SKINNER, 2 males over 16; 1 male under 16; 3 females; 1
other free person.
From Windsor Locks, Conn, probate records.
Abraham SKINNER of Glastenbury in his will mentions wife Jemima,
three sons, Abraham, Thomas, and Arnold, dau., Phebe, Jemima, Rebecca,
Melicent, Artemesia, and Theodosia. Son Abraham, Executor, signed Oct.
26, 1790. Witnesses: Richard SKINNER, Serviah BLISH, Sarah HILLS.
1790 Nov 16: Abraham SKINNER had died. Thomas his son, aged 17,
chose David BLISH as guardian. Arnold, aged 15, chose Thomas LORD of
Colchester guardian (vol 1, 1782-1792, Dist. of East Windsor, pp 140,
142, and 145).
Arnold SKINNER, East Windsor, 1800, had died. Bond. Abraham SKINNER,
East Hartford and Henry SEYMOUR, Hartford: One piece of land in Hebron,
Tolland County of 7 acres. One piece in Glastenbury 1 acre. Sold land to
Roger BLACKMAN. Abraham SKINNER, Adm. Mar 14, 1801. Bill to am't of
Thomas SKINNER's debts $35.85; To Abraham SKINNER $38.34. To cash
paid Capt. WICKHAM for bringing Arnold's chest from Boston. Inventory
at Marlboro and East Hartford.
E96.0512.37 SKU 14(2)41 Skinner Mary
404 Windsor Ln, Kalamazoo, MI 49002-2917: "Some CT Nutmeggers who
Migrated" by Knox, Grace L & Ferris, Barbara B Heritage Books. n.d. p 212
First name given as Abram and was married to Pheobe STRONG
E97.0722.02 SKU 15(4)95 Larson, Thalia (7/97)
2318 Via Puerta #B, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Steed, Mildred. Captain Abraham Skinner was original proprietor of
Fairport. Telegraph April 16, 1976 page 6
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