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- Subject: Parents of Elisha Skinner, born about 1815 in
- Date: 29 Sep 2000
- From: "ssoper" <email@example.com>
- I'm trying my query once again. I'm searching for the parents
of Elisha Skinner, born about 1815 in NY; occupation was surveyor.
He married Abigail Peckham in 1835 in Holmes County, Ohio. They
later moved to Appannoose County, Iowa. I have found where Dr.
Elisha Skinner and his wife Sarah lived in Holmes County, Ohio
during the same period of time that my Elisha married Abigail in
Holmes County, Ohio. I think this is too close to be a
coincidence. I've never found any children listed for Dr. Elisha
Skinner & Sarah Loomis, but believe they were the parents of
my Elisha. Does anyone have any information on the family of Dr.
Elisha & Sarah Loomis?
- Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- Subject: B.F. Skinner's cabin on Monhegan
- Date: 28 Sep 2000
- From: "Kristi Chase" <KristiChase@post.harvard.edu>
- Hi Everyone,
- We bought B.F. Skinner's cabin on Monhegan which burnt down in
1962. We are planning on rebuilding on the site and would like to
have a picture of the original structure. If anyone has a snapshot
please contact us.
- Thank You in Advance,
- Kristi Chase
- Subject: SKINNER FAMILY
- Date: 25 Sep 2000
- From: JannRSVP@aol.com
- Hi.... I was just looking through for some genealogy in Port
Isaac and came upon your site.... I have some old postcards to my
great-grandmother from 1909 which came from a niece & nephew.
Was there a SKINNER who may have married a HICKS around the late
- I can't quite make out the children's signatures.... could be
Ian or Jack... BUT Skinner is definately the last name.
- Eliza (Mary Elizabeth) Hicks married Richard Rowe and they
came to New Jersey.Eliza's sister married a SKINNER and lived in
Port Isaac or Port Galverne (have cards from both places).
- Please let me know if you have come upon a Hicks marrying into
the family.... would be wonderful to finally know who these cards
came from! thanks!
- Subject: William N. Skinner from Franklin TN
- Date: 22 Sep 2000
- From: Timbercat33@aol.com
- Needing help I know that my grandfather William N. Skinner was
from Franklin TN he married Martha (NOE) skinner having
- Benjamin C. Skinner d.o.b 1919 d.o.d 1979
- Corene Skinner married a (Irwin) b.d. 1915 d.o.d 1978
- George Skinner d.o.b 1917 d.o.d 1996
- Charles Skinner d.o.b 1908 d.o.d 1980
- living are Thelma Skinner, Christina Skinner,Elmer skinner,
Beuford Skinner, dent Skinner
- The (wife of the boys were ) Lottie Skinner, lulu Skinner,
- I also know that we are related to Irwin's - Wayne &
Harold Irwin. They had children Beth, Troy, Trent, Deborah, Gary,
and there was a Mark and Susane Williams to but I cant seem to but
any more together please tell me if you can help
- Thank you
- Laurie (Willett) Skinner
- Subject: Merl Skinner
- Date: 16 Sep 2000
- From: "Joe Baker" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- I am seeking the family line of Merl Skinner. I lack any
information on his parents or their place of origin. He lived in
Ottumwa, IA and also several years in Tulsa, OK. Married my aunt,
Helen Baker. Believe he died about 1949-50 in Wapello County, IA.
He had two children, Merl W. and Dorothy. Any information will be
greatly appreciated. Thank you very much. I can be contacted
- Subject: Benjamin Skinner (1737-1801)
- Date: 11 Sep 2000
- From: Barbara Fleming <BertBarbFlem@aol.com>
- I am looking for the wife of Benjamin Skinner (1737-1801) son
of Joseph Skinner and Martha Kinne. Her name is Millicent but have
been unable to find a last name. If you can help, please email
- Subject: Mary C. Skinner, b.Abt 1812 MD, who married
William Leeper,b.1795 PA
- Date: 10 Sep 2000
- From: "R&r" <email@example.com>
- I am searching for the parents of Mary C. Skinner, b.Abt 1812
MD, who married William Leeper,b.1795 PA. She was married in 1832
in Montgomery Co.,Ohio, raised a family with him in York Twp.Darke
Co.,Ohio and died Abt.1885. Their children were Cephus M.,b.1835,
William G.,b.1839, Harriet L.,b.1842, Samuel,b.1846, Mary
Anna("Annie"),b.1848, Sarah Cecilia ("Tadie"), b.1851, and John
E.,b.1856. Samuel and Harriet both died young, Cephus raised a
family in Darke Co. and Sarah married a Shiverdecker and raised a
family in Miami Co. William left Ohio, to "Go West", Johnny moved
to IN, and we think that Annie did too, but that's not
- Please, if anyone has a "lost" Mary Skinner, born in Maryland,
she is my great-great grandma, & I would appreciate any info
or leads you have about her parents.
- Thank you.
- S.Rose Leeper
- Subject: Isaac H. Skinner
- Date: 9 Sep 2000
- From: "Patricia
- Do you know anyone who may have information as to who the
parents of Isaac H.Skinner were, He was born around 1800 in
Georgia and married a Mary Harley.?
- Patricia Skinner Wright
- Subject: Ezekiel L. Skinner
- Date: 7 Sep 2000
- From: "The
Skinner Family" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- I was wondering if anyone has any information on Ezekiel L.
Skinner...his first name may possibly be Ezekiah...born in Charles
County Maryland and died in Fauquier County Virginia in May 1823.
He was married to a Mary Eleanor Allender or Ellinder. This is
where I am stuck. He had the following children:
- James A.
- Asa W.
- John Thomas
- Mary E.
- Joseph or Josiah
- Amelia or Millie
- Any help would be greatly appreciated...
- Thanks, Kristi Skinner
- Subject: Skinner UK
- Date: 7 Sep 2000
- From: "Rob
- Myself and some of my family were talking about the origin of
the Skinners that have lived in Kenilworth, Warwickshire England.
In the conversation my uncle told me of article that he had read
recently. Basically this article states that the king of England
in the early part of the 14th century frequently visited
Kenilworth castle on his travels. On one stay he had a sexual
affair with a village girl. She was married to a Skinner, she fell
pregnant soon after this affair. It was suggested that the baby
may have been the son of the king, however, it was brought up as a
skinner. I wanted to know whether you had ever read an article
like this because I question the truth behind it.
- Subject: Skinners from Wales
- Date: 7 Sep 2000
- From: "neil
- I am looking for Skinners from Wales particularly from the
Blaenarvon, Pontypool region. I have come to some what of dead end
.My Grandfather Roy emigrated to New Zealand with his family but
his father left behind two brothers on of which move to the United
States. Any help would be appreciated.
- Subject: Francis Marion Skinner
- Date: 4 Sep 2000
- From: "Patricia
- I am looking for information on Francis Marion Skinner and his
wife Mary Ann Hatfield. They are both buried at Indian Creek
Cemetery in Bowdon Ga. Francis Dad was Isaac H. Skinner, Isaac was
born around 1800 in Georgia. Francis was born 12/10/1825. Anyone
having information on this side of the family would be
- Subject: Frank Skinner, Hollywood Musician
- Date: 04 Sep 2000
- From: diane
- Hello, I have just found your site by accident. I am
researching an ancestor who came from England with his brothers
and wife about 1874.His name is Charles Skinner who came to
Canada. It is thought he had brothers, one who might be James or
John who went to the States and found Skinner Satin. My mother
received a letter from lawyers in the States some years back
asking that she contact them however she never did. I would like
to hear from you in the event we may be able to determine that we
are dealing with the same family. Thanks.
- Diane Godbout
- Belleville, Ontario
- Subject: Frank Skinner
- Date: 22 Aug 2000
- From: Royal
- While surfing the internet for the past few hours, I found you
are a member of The Guild of One Name Studies, and you are the
located in Rancho Cucamonga, California. As a result of the
information, I wonder if you are related, or know of someone who
is related, to Frank Skinner who was quite well know in the Music
Side of the Movies in Hollywood and surrounding areas during the
late 19200s through the mid 1940s.
- Let me explain why I am interested: My grandmother, Elizabeth
Beeley had a sister named Mary Ann Beeley who married John
Freeman(?) SKINNER in Arenzville, Cass County, Illinois. They had
several son's and daughters. A son, Chester Milton SKINNER, had a
son, Frank Chester Skinner, who was the family member who became
famous in the Hollywood Music business. He was a composer,
arranger and music director, among other activities.
- I have not been able to find when, or where he died, and whom
his descendants might be.
Any information you might have on the gentleman will be most
- I will be most happy to send you any information (not much) I
might have on the Skinner family in Meredosia, Illinois and
- Thank you, Royal Bachman
- Subject: Skinner ancestors
- Date: 20 Aug 2000
- From: Servant00@aol.com
- Please Help:
- I need my ancestors of William Skinner from Lunenburg Co. VA
born 1779. He was in the VA militia 1814. Also married on 27
November 1815 to Elizabeth Byars/Byers in Lunenburg Co. William
Died in 1831. His family then moved to Williamson Co. TN
- children of William and Elizabeth Skinner were:
- John Marshall b1816 d. 1888
- Griffin T. 1820-1900
- Gilley James 1822-1858
- William Bennett 1824 ?
- Branch Jones 1827-?
- Lucy Ann 1830-?
- Subject: ISSAC H. SKINNER
- Date: 19 Aug 2000
- From: RGray02@aol.com
- SEARCHING FOR FATHER OF ISSAC H. SKINNER BORN 1800, MARRIED
SEPT 30, 1824 IN NEWTON CO, GA. TO MARY ANN HARLEY, DIED CA 1887
CARROLL CO, GA.
- ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED
- MAXINE RAY
- EMAIL GGRAY02@A0L.COM
- Subject: John W. Skinner m Mary Jane Mack
- Date: 15 Aug 2000
- From: LostInThePast38@aol.com
- Hi, My name is Carolyn, I am seeking info on John W. Skinner
who marr Mary Jane Mack in Clark Co. IL. on Feb 26 1852. they are
my gggrandparents, I would like to find the parents of both, since
there seems to be many many Skinner's I thought mine might ring a
bell with one or more of you. I would surely appreciate any help,
- Subject: Skinner relations from Cochecton, NY and
- Date: 10 Aug 2000
- From: "Bob
- Looking to connect with Skinner relations from Cochecton, NY
and Milanville, PA. these are descendants of Joseph Skinner/Martha
Kinne. going back to Thomas of Malden.
- Looking to fill in late 1800s to present with documentation,
- Bob Limburg-syracuse, ny
- I descend from
- Subject: My Skinner Connection
- Date: 7 Aug 2000
- From: Edward
- Source: Ryerson Genealogy Book 1916 By Albert Winslow Ryerson
- Judge William Erskine Skinner of Hoboken,N.J. was born in
Glasgow,Scotland, on May 17, 1831, and came to America in 1840
with his parents, the Rev. John Skinnere d.d.., and Elizabeth
(Taylor) Skinner. He was admitted to the practice of law at
Natchez,Miss., in 1857, and on returning to New Jersey he followed
his profession in Trenton and Newark, NJ., In 1864 he was made
Counsellor, while living in Kearney, Hudson County, NJ. He was
Master Examiner and Special Master of Chancery; Supreme Court
Commissioner and U.S. Commissioner. He was Presiding Judge of the
Bergen County, NJ., Court of Common Pleas, Quater Session and
Orphans Court, From April 1876 to April 1888.
- Married to Mary Linn Ryerson. (Daughter of Hon. David Ryerson
and Mary Linn who was daughter of Dr. Andrew Linn and
granddaughter of Joseph and Martha (Kirkpatrick) Linn)
- 1. Elizabeth Kirkwood Skinner-died April 2, 1904, at
Hamburg,NJ.; married Charles H.Linn, Son of Dr. Andrew and Julia
(Vibbert) Linn. Mr Linn is a druggest of Hamburg,NJ.
- A. Mary Ryerson Linn
- B. Julia Vubbert Linn
- C. Alexander Linn
- D. Elizabeth Kirkwood LInn
- 2. George Ryerson Skinner-Born Feb 15, 1860; Died Dec 22,
1885. He Married on his deathbed, Eva Myer Hasbrouck,dau of Dr
Hasbrouck. Mr Skinner was an attorney and one time partnership
withWessels Ryerson in Paterson,NJ.
- 3.John Erskine Skinner, born Nov. 10, 1862. Resided in Slocan
City, B.C. Canada.
- 4. Catherine McMurtry Skinner Resided Hoboken, NJ 5 22 1897;
- 7. William Erskine Skinner, born Dec 30 1871 marries first
- Blarcom and had a son. The mother died and he married 2nd
Olive Van blarcom a sister of his first wife, and they had a dau.
Resided in New Jersey.
- a. John Fraser Skinner (byfirst wife)
- b. Edith Skinner
- 8. Magdaline Fraser Skinner Married Albert Prescott Morris,
and they had --
- a.George Ryerson Morris born Aug. 19, 1891
- b. Albert Prescott Morris jr.
- c.Norman Fraser Morris born 1903-resided Hoboken,NJ
- 9.RALPH W. SKINNER- born Feb. 1 1874 married Mar 8 1900
Charlotte McGregor Borthwick.. Mr Skinner was an attorney of
Newark,NJ--(he has taken an enthusiastic intrest in family
genealogy and rendered valuable assistance in prepreation of this
- 10. Lyle Ashfordby Skinner born May 21 1875 married May
Genevieve Ketchum Resided Brooklun, NY
- My link is through:
- 11. Henry Taylor Skinner born July 10, 1881
- Henry married Catharine McGill Higgens of Blairsdale (?) NJ,
- Known children include:
- 1. Virginia
- 2. Catherine (My Grandmother)
- Married Clarence Redemon Mundt, Escanaba, MI around 1930.
- Subject: Vermont Skinner Lineage
- Date: 5 Aug 2000
- From: email@example.com
- I hope you are interested in a missing lineage of SKINNERs. My
information stops at Ralph P. SKINNER b. abt 1804 and Mary Burton.
I would appreciate any further information you might have about
them. Ralph's father or gfather may have been from Conn. and
emigrated with a landgrant from N.H along with Ethan Allen. I
don't really know.
- Thank you, Richard Lynn Skinner (Jr.) Lynn, Essex, MA.
- Subject: Parsons cemetery Jackson County, WV
- Date: 29 Jul 2000 09:40:28 -0700 (PDT)
- From: Kellea
- I am working on Parsons cemetery documentation in Jackson
County, WV. There is a Thomas Skinner b. 1856 in Ohio d. 1934 in
Gay, Jackson Co, WV. His wife's name was Manurva ? b. 19 Apr 1854
d. 19 Dec 1937. Thomas, his children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren are all buried in this cemetery. He is the only
Skinner in the Census records for the time period, the census
state that he was born in Ohio. I am hoping that someone of the
Ohio Skinner Family might know something about him that we may add
his history to the cemetery history.
- Thank you
- Kellea Lewis
- Gay, Jackson Co, WV
- Subject: Skinners from Mechlenburg County, NC
- Date: 28 Jul 2000
- From: SPritch209@aol.com
- Hi all you Skinners
- I am now looking for all Skinners from Mechlenburg County,
North Carolina from 1830-1840-1850 census. I am particularly
interested in the following names found. William Henry, Jeremiah,
Lorenzo D. Charles, Mary. My family from Lorenzo m. a Delilia
Phifer and Mary Skinner married Peter Phifer. I believe that Mary
is the sister of my Lorenzo. Peter is the brother of Delilia. I
believe that Jeremiah is the older brother by 2-3 years he came to
Mechlenburg first and then William Henry Skinner, with I believe
Lorenzo at 17 years old. I found a William Henry Skinner I believe
to be his brother.
- I believe and it is pretty conclusive that any Skinners in the
county at this time is all belonging to one family. If you have
info or can connect to any of these Skinners would you please
contact me. AT SPritch209@aol.com thank you.
- God Bless
- Subject: Skinner Family Assoc.
- Date: 26 Jul 2000
- From: Ruth
- I am writing to you in relation to your " Skinner Family
Association " in the faint hope that you might have some
information which may be helpful to me in my ELDER family research
... out of London ?
- My GGGG Grandparents - Robert Elder & Mary Mendey - had 8
known children in the Bethnal Green / St. Leonards / Chelsea
districts of East London between 1819 and 1841.
- The youngest of their children was Louisa Elder born 1841. In
1862 Louisa married Philip Lyons, and we know that they had at
least one son - Philip - in ca. 1865.
- The next I know of Louisa is on the 1881 Census where we could
not find a couple matching the descriptions of Louisa and Philip
Lyons, but in desperation I looked for a son Philip ... and then
found that Louisa had remarried ... the census showed the
- 12 Goldsmith Square, Shoreditch, London.
- George Skinner Age 42 Born Middlesex, England.
- Boot Finisher
- Louisa Skinner Age 40 Born Middlesex, England.
- Silk Weaveress
- Phillip Lyons Age 16 Born Middlesex, England.
- Step son of George
- Boot Laster
- I have as yet been unable to find a marriage between George
& Louisa between 1865 and 1881 ... am still looking ... but am
interested to know if you might have any information regarding
SKINNERS in London, which might be of some use to me in my search
!? I do not know as yet whether George & Louisa had any
children of their own.
I thank you for your time, and will look forward to hearing
back from you.
- With thanks,
- Ruth Brook
- Subject: Zophar Skinner - MA and RI
- Date: 23 Jul 2000
- From: "Wendy
- I'm searching for information on Zophar Skinner who was born
about 1774 and died in 1843 in Norton, Bristol County MA. He
married Bethiah Freeman in 1799 in Taunton, MA.
- Zophar and Bethiah had 6 children:
- Elijah Skinner
- Nathianel Freeman Skinner
- Zophar Skinner
- Abigal Hawes Skinner
- Mary Freeman Skinner
- Betsy Godfrey Skinner.
- I'm descended from Zophar the 2nd (born 1803 in Norton MA -
Died 1860 in Cumberland, Providence Cty., RI). He married Cynthia
Comstock and had 3 children:
- Joseph Godfrey Skinner
- Zophar Skinner
- Henry Francis Skinner
- Once again, I'm descended from Zophar the 3d (1843-1926). He
lived his whole life in Valley Falls, R.I. and married Eliza Jane
- Zophar the 3rd was my great-great grandfather.
- I've seen references to lots of Skinners from Norton, Bristol
County, MA, but can't find any connections to my line. Can anyone
- Wendy Walter
- Subject: Rev. John T. Skinner
- Date: 15 Jul 2000
- From: "Karan
Skinner Fletcher" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- I am researching the line of Rev. John T. Skinner and wife
Martha T. Turner. John was born in 1799 and died April 1878 in
Newton Co. GA. He married Martha Turner on Jan. 2, 1817 in Hancock
Co. GA. After Martha died he married a 2nd time to Rachel Yancy on
Aug. 15, 1864. John and Martha had a total of 9 children all born
in or around Henry/ Newton Co. GA. Any information concerning his
parents and/or siblings would be welcome. Thanks Karan
- Subject: Lydia Anne Skinner, b. 1930
- Date: 11 Jul 2000
- From: CindyPaws@aol.com
- We are searching for my husband's birthmother, Lydia Anne
Skinner. She was 18 at the time of his birth on 29 Feb 1948 in
Staffordshire, England. We have no other information other than
her name. Would love to have any information. Maybe there are some
half-siblings out there ! Thanks for anyone who can help us
- Subject: Skinners
- Date: 11 Jul 2000
- From: Quentin
- My name is Quentin Skinner and I come from a line of Skinner's
from Pinedale, Wyoming. My dad is Quentin Skinner and he has 4
brothers, Bud, Monte, Ole, Courtney and Bob Skinner. My
grandfather was Clem Skinner and his wife was Viola Skinner, both
- I am told by my dad that Clem came to Wyoming from Wisconsin,
but from there, I don't know much about my heritage. How can I
find out more?
- Quentin Skinner
- Subject: Great Aunt Skinner
- Date: 11 Jul 2000
- From: "Edward
- I do not know christian name.Possibly born about 1900 in
London England. Father name. William. Mother Ellen. She was taken
from her home and family and put into an orphanage and then
transported to America at about the age 3-5 years. Had two sisters
Ellen the eldest, then Jessie. Do not know if she ever married, or
what surname she was given, if in fact it was changed.During the
second war, family sent photos to an address in Miami.She was
looking for her family in England, and advertised through a
english newspaper. We did not get a reply, so dont know if she
received them. Hoping you can help.
- Subject: JOEL SKINNER
- Date: 08 Jul 2000
- From: Scooter
- Hi all you Skinners: I have no association to the Surname but
i do have a letter from a JOEL SKINNER TO a Mr E.C.SKINNER in
Elmer Oaklahoma dated 8/17/1945. JOEL was in the Army at the time.
- Subject: Robert SKINNER born Dec 1851 at Pitminster,
Blagdon Hill, Somerset, England
- Date: 7 Jul 2000
- From: "Yvonne
& Nigel Armitage" <email@example.com>
- Greetings All,
- Looking for any information or connection to the
- My Great Grandfather, Robert SKINNER was borne December 1851
at Pitminster, Blagdon Hill, Somerset, England. He was one of 5
children of John & Jane SKINNER (nee Marke). Robert's parents
are I belive buried at Pitminister as are two of his brothers and
sisters. Besides my Robert, the other child to survive to
adulthood was I believe Sarah SKINNER. I would welcome very much
any info on this Skinner line or anyone who feels there may
possibly be a connection to this line that we could explore.
- Thanks for taking the time to read this - look forward to
hearing from you !
- Yvonne Armitage
- Auckland, New Zealand.
- Subject: Richard Skinner of NJ-Researchers and
- Date: 5 Jul 2000
- From: "Paul
- Hello cousins!
- I just finished looking over Marion Turk's book "The Quiet
Adventurers in North America." I don't recall the page number but
she seemed to have her doubts about the Channel Island origins of
Richard. She wasn't sure if the family should have been included.
But what caught my attention was the mention that the ship, The
Philip, stopped in New York and Virginia before arriving in
Elizabethtown, NJ. Could our Richard have come from one of those 2
places? I ask because no one has been very forthcoming about the
Philip and any documents associated with it; no record of
Richard's birth in Jersey; no record in Hampton, England that I
could find through GenForum/UK. So, I am wondering if we have
- Additionally, I wonder if a valet would also be a carpenter.
One researcher purported claims Richard was Philip Carteret's
valet. Again, no one at the Channel Islands Genforum has come
forth with any records. Would a person have had such diverse
occupations during the 1640-60's? I am not very familiar with that
sort of history. I would appreciate any thoughts, verifications,
denials, whatever with regard to this theory. Thanks for your
- Yours 'Aye,
- Paul Skinner
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