Jerusha Skinner1

Marriage*9 Nov 1734; Principal=Luke Day1

Family

Luke Day b. 2 Jul 1706
Child

Citations

  1. William Richard Cutter, Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, Biographical - Genealogical, Volume 6 (New York: American Historical Society, 1916), page 269 (Genealogy of Lorenzo Arthur Williston).

Joseph Skinner1

(circa 1790 - 1849)
Biography*Farmer, Lumbering
Assistant Engineer, Franklin Fire Company, Fredonia, New York (1823)2,1
BirthNew York3
Birth*circa 17902
Marriage*Principal=Julia Davis1,2
Death*1849; Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; died of small pox1,2
Burial*Westlawn Cemetery, Columbus Township, Warren Co., Pennsylvania; assumed to be gravemarker titled "father" in the family plot4

Family

Julia Davis b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Children

Biographical Notes

Bio Note"Oliver D. Skinner, grocer, Corry, Pa., was born near the present site of Corry, February 26, 1832. He was educated in the subscription schools of that day and remained on his father’s farm until 22 years of age, when he went to California, remaining five years. He returned to Corry, and was engaged in cattle dealing and droving for twenty-five years. He conducted the Oneida Meat Market one year, and in 1890, engaged in the grocery business, which he has since successfully managed at No. 4 East Washington street. Mr. Skinner was married May 19, 1860, to Miss Elizabeth Bemis, of Columbus, Pa., and to them have been born six children: Willis, drug salesman; Alline, at home; Elmer, Oliver, Edwin and Roy, Corry. Joseph Skinner was a native of Rhode Island in 1800, and came to Chenango county, New York, with his parents, where they both died. In 1826 he came to Erie county, and settled on eighty acres of land, part of which lied within the city limits of Corry, where he followed farming and lumbering. He was married to Julia Davis, also a native of Rhode Island. To them were born eleven children: Charles (deceased), Mary Ann, wife of Philo Stevens, Columbus; Morris, resident of Kansas; Olive D., Juliette, wife of Solon Wilcox; Honor, Mrs Philo Wright (deceased) Catherine wife of Newton Wright, Chautauqua county, New York, Alanson (deceased), Alice (deceased), and Marion (deceased). Joseph Skinner died in Corry, in 1849, and his wife in 1880). This gentleman was the first permanent settler in the city of Corry."; Principal=Oliver D. Skinner1
Bio Note*Joseph Skinner was a native of Rhode Island in 1800, and came to Chenango county, New York , with his parents, where they both died. In 1826 he came to Erie county, and settled on eighty acres of land, part of which lied within the city limits of Corry, where he followed farming and lumbering. He was married to Julia Davis, also a native of Rhode Island. To them were born eleven children: Charles (deceased), Mary Ann, wife of Philo Stevens, Columbus; Morris, resident of Kansas; Olive D., Juliette, wife of Solon Wilcox; Honor, Mrs Phio Wright (deceased) Catherine wife of Newton Wright, Chautauqua county, New York, Alanson (deceased), Alice (deceased), and Marion (deceased). Joseph Skinner died in Corry, in 1849, and his wife in 1880). This gentleman was the first permanent settler in the city of Corry.1

Citations

  1. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), Oliver D. Skinner, page 771.
  2. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010.
  3. Philo Stevens household, 1880 U.S. Census, Columbus Township, Wayne Co., Pennsylvania, ED 266, page 98 (stamped), lines 14-21, dwelling 42, family 42, Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  4. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010, West Lawn Cemetery source.
  5. Julia Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 20 (stamped), lines 3-12, dwelling 98, household 99, 17 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.

Joseph Skinner1

(1741 - 1830)
Birth*1741; Hebron, Tolland Co., Connecticut1
Marriage*Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut; Principal=Anna Day1
Death*1830; Hebron, Tolland Co., Connecticut1

Family

Anna Day b. 1742, d. 1815
Children

Research Notes

Research Comment*Added as part of early 19th century Skinner research in Chenango Co., New York. Relationship yet to be determined.

Citations

  1. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Mark's Skinner Line (relayed information previously provided by Mark Lewis Grantham)," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep 2010.
  2. James H. Smith, "History Norwich, History of Chenango County, New York," dated 1880, The Heart of New York Website online http://www.anyheart.org/chenango/history/norwich.html.

Joseph Skinner1

(circa 1768 - 16 Apr 1854)
Father*Joseph Skinner1 b. 1741, d. 1830
Mother*Anna Day1 b. 1742, d. 1815
Birth*circa 17682,1
Marriage*1791; Chenango Co., New York; Principal=Lois Train2,1
Death*16 Apr 1854; Norwich, Chenango Co., New York2,1

Family

Lois Train b. circa 1768, d. 2 Nov 1839
Children

Biographical Notes

Bio Note*"Jacob and Joseph Skinner, brothers, came in from Hebron, Conn., in 1790."

"Joseph Skinner settled on the east side of the river, about a mile above Norwich village, on the farm now occupied by Clarissa, widow of Joseph Skinner, Jr. He was a young, single man, and came on foot and alone, with fifty cents in his pocket, carrying on his back a bundle, done up in a handkerchief, and containing his possessions. He bought sixty acres of land, and built a log cabin on the river bank. Being out of provisions, he borrowed some corn of a neighbor, who preceded him in the settlement, took it to Oxford and had it ground. On returning he borrowed of the same kindly neighbor a spider, in which to bake his bread, which, he said afterwards, was the sweetest he had ever tasted. The following year (1791) he married Lois Train, daughter of Oliver Train, who came in about this time with the family of Martin Taylor, from Whately, Mass. Her father never came to this country. He soon afterwards removed to the village. Skinner and his wife died on the farm which he first took up, the former April 16, 1854, aged 86; the latter, Nov. 2, 1839, aged 71."2

Citations

  1. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Mark's Skinner Line (relayed information previously provided by Mark Lewis Grantham)," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep 2010.
  2. James H. Smith, "History Norwich, History of Chenango County, New York," dated 1880, The Heart of New York Website online http://www.anyheart.org/chenango/history/norwich.html.

Joseph Skinner1

(circa 1815 - 8 Oct 1879)
Name Variation
Father*Joseph Skinner1 b. circa 1768, d. 16 Apr 1854
Mother*Lois Train1 b. circa 1768, d. 2 Nov 1839
Birth*circa 18151
Marriage*Principal=Clairssa Brown1
Death*8 Oct 1879; Chenango Co., New York1

Family

Clairssa Brown

Biographical Notes

Bio Note*"Joseph, who married Clarissa, daughter of Nehemiah BROWN, of Cortland, and settled, lived and died on the homestead, Oct. 8, 1879, aged 64."1

Citations

  1. James H. Smith, "History Norwich, History of Chenango County, New York," dated 1880, The Heart of New York Website online http://www.anyheart.org/chenango/history/norwich.html.

Joseph Skinner1

(1823 - )
Father*Otis Skinner2 b. 20 Oct 1799, d. 17 Jul 1872
Mother*Sylance Randall2 b. 10 Mar 1802
Marriage*Principal=Lydia (?)
Birth*1823; New York1

Family

Lydia (?)
Children

Citations

  1. Otis & Aretas Skinner households, 1850 U.S. Census, Sherman, Chautauqua Co., New York, page 284 (stamped), lines 12-26, dwelling 197 & 198, household 197 & 198, 17 Oct 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  2. Andrew W. Young, editor, History of Chautauqua County, New York, from its first settlement to the present time (Buffalo, New York: Matthews & Warren, 1875), page 552.

Joseph Skinner Jr1

(circa 1864 - )
Father*Joseph Skinner b. 1823
Mother*Lydia (?)
Birth*circa 1864; New York1

Citations

  1. Joseph Skinner household, 1870 U.S. Census, Sherman, Chautauqua Co., New York, page 670 (stamped), lines 9-15, dwelling 27, household 28, 9 Jun 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.

Josephine Skinner1

(circa 1852 - )
Father*Lyman L. Skinner b. 6 Nov 1813, d. 8 May 1894
Mother*Elvira Emily Carr b. 1822, d. 1890
Birth*circa 1852; Pennsylvania1
Family BiographySkinner Family
ChartsSKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Lyman Skinner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 8, (stamped 522), lines 18-29, dwelling 1520, family 53, 13 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.

Julia B. Skinner1

(circa 1859 - )
Father*Charles W. Skinner b. circa 1827, d. before 1896
Mother*Louisa J. (?) b. circa 1832
Birth*circa 1859; Illinois1

Citations

  1. Charles Skinner household, 1870 U.S. Census, Spring Lake, Tazewell Co., Illinois, page 5, lines 35-40, dwelling 35, household 35, 27 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Oct 2010.

Julia D. Skinner1

Father*Otis Skinner1 b. 20 Oct 1799, d. 17 Jul 1872
Mother*Sylance Randall1 b. 10 Mar 1802
Marriage*Principal=Harrison Wade1

Family

Harrison Wade

Citations

  1. Andrew W. Young, editor, History of Chautauqua County, New York, from its first settlement to the present time (Buffalo, New York: Matthews & Warren, 1875), page 552.

Juliaette Skinner1

(17 Feb 1836 - 17 May 1900)
Photo*Photo courtesy of Judith Wilcox Szczesny (descendant of Solon & Juliaette Skinner Wilcox)1
Name VariationJullietta Skinner3
Name VariationJuliette Skinner4,5
Father*Joseph Skinner2,1 b. circa 1790, d. 1849
Mother*Julia Davis2,1 b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Birth1836; New York6
Birth*17 Feb 1836; Columbus Township, Warren Co., Pennsylvania1,7
Marriage*27 May 1855; Principal=Solon D. Wilcox8,2,5
Death*17 May 19001,9
Death18 May 1900; Columbus Township, Warren Co., Pennsylvania6
Burial*Pine Grove Cemetery, Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1,6

Family

Solon D. Wilcox b. 16 Nov 1831, d. 23 Sep 1911
Children
FindaGrave*283982146
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Citations

  1. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010.
  2. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), Oliver D. Skinner, page 771.
  3. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), page 775.
  4. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), Oliver D. Skinner, page 771.
  5. Ted, "Pine Grove Cemetery Gravestone Memorial," dated Jul 2005, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 12 Sep 2010) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 11296078.
  6. Gail Spears, "Pine Grove Cemetery Gravestone Memorial," dated Jul 2008, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 12 Sep 2010) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 28398214.
  7. Julia Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 20 (stamped), lines 3-12, dwelling 98, household 99, 17 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  8. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010, source: Solon D. Wilcox Obituary, Corry Journal, 25 Sep 1911.
  9. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010, original source: Corry Weekly Herald, Erie Co., Pennsylvania.
  10. Ted, "Pine Grove Cemetery Gravestone Memorial," dated Jul 2005, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 12 Sep 2010) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 11296160.
  11. Ted, "Pine Grove Cemetery Gravestone Memorial," dated Jul 2005, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 12 Sep 2010) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 11296211.

Justin Skinner1

Father*Joseph Skinner b. circa 1768, d. 16 Apr 1854
Mother*Lois Train b. circa 1768, d. 2 Nov 1839
Death*died at age 31

Citations

  1. James H. Smith, "History Norwich, History of Chenango County, New York," dated 1880, The Heart of New York Website online http://www.anyheart.org/chenango/history/norwich.html.

Lovina Skinner1

(circa 1840 - )
Father*Otis Skinner2 b. 20 Oct 1799, d. 17 Jul 1872
Mother*Sylance Randall2 b. 10 Mar 1802
Marriage*Principal=William H. Robbins2
Birth*circa 1840; New York1

Family

William H. Robbins

Citations

  1. Otis & Aretas Skinner households, 1850 U.S. Census, Sherman, Chautauqua Co., New York, page 284 (stamped), lines 12-26, dwelling 197 & 198, household 197 & 198, 17 Oct 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  2. Andrew W. Young, editor, History of Chautauqua County, New York, from its first settlement to the present time (Buffalo, New York: Matthews & Warren, 1875), page 552.

Lucy Skinner1

(circa 1841 - )
Name VariationSuzan Skinner2
Father*Joseph Skinner2 b. circa 1790, d. 1849
Mother*Julia Davis2 b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Birth*circa 1841; Pennsylvania2

Research Notes

Research Comment*Lucy (1860 census) and Suzan (1850 Census) are likely the same person. Neither name was listed as one of Joseph & Julia Davis' eleven children in the "Oliver D. Skinner" biography in "Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference of Erie County, Pennsylvania." She may be "Marion" or "Alice" who are referenced in the biography.

Citations

  1. Julia Skinner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 1252 (stamped), lines 20-25, dwelling 665, household 254, 21 Jun 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  2. Julia Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 20 (stamped), lines 3-12, dwelling 98, household 99, 17 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.

Lyman L. Skinner1,2

(6 Nov 1813 - 8 May 1894)
Biography*Farmer3,4
NicknameTimothy Skinner4
Name VariationL.T. Skinner5
Father*Augustus Skinner1 b. circa 1795, d. before 1870
Birth*6 Nov 1813; Villanova, Chautauqua Co., New York; died at age 80 years, 6 months, 2 days6
Birth1814; Attica, New York2
Birthcirca 1815; Massachusetts5
Birthcirca 1818; New York3
Birth1818; Connecticut1
Marriage*1840; Saegertown, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania; Principal=Elvira Emily Carr1,7,2,8
Death1890; Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1
Burial*North East Cemetery, North East, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; section K2
Death*8 May 1894; Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania6

Family

Elvira Emily Carr b. 1822, d. 1890
Children
Family BiographySkinner Family
ChartsSKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Natalie R. Fernald, "John Skinner and Some of His Descendants XXI," The Genealogical Exchange, volume 7, number 5 (September 1910).
  2. North East Cemetery Association, compiler, Burials in North East Cemetery, North East, Erie County , Pennsylvania (PO Box 1403, Erie PA 16512: The Erie Society for Genealogical Research, 2004).
  3. Lyman Skinner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 8, (stamped 522), lines 18-29, dwelling 1520, family 53, 13 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.
  4. Timothy Skinner household, 1870 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 13, (stamped 208), lines 4-12, dwelling 101, family 98, 25 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.
  5. L T Skinner household, 1880 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 161, page 17, lines 28-32, dwelling 173, family 180, 15 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.
  6. Lyman Skinner entry, Erie County Pennsylvania Death Register (1893-1906) [FHL US/CAN 2208791], page 763, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania.
  7. Natalie R. Fernald, "John Skinner and Some of His Descendants XVI," The Genealogical Exchange, volume 7, number 12 (April 1911).
  8. L T Skinner household, 1880 U.S. Census, Greenfield, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 161, page 17 (stamped 43), lines 28-32, dwelling 173, household 180, 15 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Nov 2013.
  9. Lyman Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, sheet 80 (stamped), lines 5-12, dwelling 70, family 71, 3 Oct 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.
  10. George W. Skinner, Certificate of Death Registration District 3107, Registration 47, Cook County Clerk, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. Hereinafter cited as George W. Skinner Certificate of Death.

Mable Skinner1

(4 Sep 1870 - 21 Sep 1872)
Father*Morris Skinner b. 18 May 1830, d. 23 Jun 1908
Mother*Harriet E. (?) b. circa 1845, d. 29 Jun 1908
Birth*4 Sep 18701
Death*21 Sep 18721
Burial*Oak Valley Cemetery, Oak Valley, Elk Co., Kansas1
FindaGrave*165345131
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Citations

  1. Amy Tharp, "Oak Valley Cemetery (Oak Valley, Elk Co., Kansas)," dated Nov 2006, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 25 Oct 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Mable Skinner, memorial 16534513.

Margaret Skinner1

(circa 1852 - )
Father*Charles W. Skinner b. circa 1827, d. before 1896
Mother*Louisa J. (?) b. circa 1832
Birth*circa 1852; Illinois1

Citations

  1. Charles Skinner household, 1870 U.S. Census, Spring Lake, Tazewell Co., Illinois, page 5, lines 35-40, dwelling 35, household 35, 27 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Oct 2010.

Marion Skinner1

( - before 1896)
Father*Joseph Skinner1 b. circa 1790, d. 1849
Mother*Julia Davis1 b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Death*before 18961

Research Notes

Research Comment*This is possibly Joseph & Julia Davis Skinner's son Milton E. Skinner

Citations

  1. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), Oliver D. Skinner, page 771.

Martin Skinner1

(circa 1844 - )
Father*Lyman L. Skinner1 b. 6 Nov 1813, d. 8 May 1894
Mother*Elvira Emily Carr1 b. 1822, d. 1890
Birth*circa 1844; Pennsylvania2,3
Family BiographySkinner Family
ChartsSKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Natalie R. Fernald, "John Skinner and Some of His Descendants XVI," The Genealogical Exchange, volume 7, number 12 (April 1911).
  2. Lyman Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, sheet 80 (stamped), lines 5-12, dwelling 70, family 71, 3 Oct 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.
  3. Lyman Skinner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 8, (stamped 522), lines 18-29, dwelling 1520, family 53, 13 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.

Mary Skinner1

(circa 1842 - )
Father*Lyman L. Skinner1 b. 6 Nov 1813, d. 8 May 1894
Mother*Elvira Emily Carr1 b. 1822, d. 1890
Birth*circa 1842; Pennsylvania2,3
Family BiographySkinner Family
ChartsSKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Natalie R. Fernald, "John Skinner and Some of His Descendants XVI," The Genealogical Exchange, volume 7, number 12 (April 1911).
  2. Lyman Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, sheet 80 (stamped), lines 5-12, dwelling 70, family 71, 3 Oct 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.
  3. Lyman Skinner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Greenfield Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 8, (stamped 522), lines 18-29, dwelling 1520, family 53, 13 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Feb 2010.

Mary Ann Skinner1

(circa 1829 - after 1896)
Father*Joseph Skinner1 b. circa 1790, d. 1849
Mother*Julia Davis1 b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Birth*circa 1829; Pennsylvania2,3,4
Marriage*Principal=Philo Stevens1,5
Death*after 18961

Family

Philo Stevens b. circa 1827
Children

Citations

  1. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), Oliver D. Skinner, page 771.
  2. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010, original source: 1880 census.
  3. Philo Stevens household, 1880 U.S. Census, Columbus Township, Wayne Co., Pennsylvania, ED 266, page 98 (stamped), lines 14-21, dwelling 42, family 42, Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  4. Julia Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 20 (stamped), lines 3-12, dwelling 98, household 99, 17 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  5. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Solon Wilcox married Juliaette Skinner," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep-Oct 2010.

Mary E. Skinner1

(circa 1841 - )
Father*Otis Skinner2 b. 20 Oct 1799, d. 17 Jul 1872
Mother*Sylance Randall3,2 b. 10 Mar 1802
Birth*circa 1841; New York1
Birthcirca 1843; New York3

Citations

  1. Otis & Aretas Skinner households, 1850 U.S. Census, Sherman, Chautauqua Co., New York, page 284 (stamped), lines 12-26, dwelling 197 & 198, household 197 & 198, 17 Oct 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  2. Andrew W. Young, editor, History of Chautauqua County, New York, from its first settlement to the present time (Buffalo, New York: Matthews & Warren, 1875), page 552.
  3. Sylance Skinner household, 1880 U.S. Census, Sherman, Chautauqua Co., New York, page 60 (stamped), lines 18-20, dwelling 6, household 7, 1 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.

May Skinner1

(circa 1877 - )
Father*Sanford P. Skinner1 b. circa 1846, d. 28 Apr 1896
Mother*Ellie (?)1
Birth*circa 1877; New York1
ChartsSKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Sanford Skinner household, 1880 U.S. Census, Hanover, Chautauqua Co., New York, ED 60, page 46B, lines 15-19, dwelling 454, household 479, 15 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2010.

Milton E. Skinner1

(circa 1834 - )
Biography*Civil War Veteran (Private, C Company, 1st New York Engineer Regiment)
Cattle Dealer1
Father*Joseph Skinner1 b. circa 1790, d. 1849
Mother*Julia Davis1 b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Birth*circa 1834; Pennsylvania1,2

Citations

  1. Philo Stevens household, 1880 U.S. Census, Columbus Township, Wayne Co., Pennsylvania, ED 266, page 98 (stamped), lines 14-21, dwelling 42, family 42, Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  2. Julia Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 20 (stamped), lines 3-12, dwelling 98, household 99, 17 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.

Morris Skinner1

(18 May 1830 - 23 Jun 1908)
Biography*School Teacher & Physcian
Name VariationMorris Webster Skinner2
Father*Joseph Skinner1 b. circa 1790, d. 1849
Mother*Julia Davis1 b. circa 1808, d. 18 Aug 1881
Birthcirca 1830; Pennsylvania3,4
Birth*18 May 18302
Marriage*Principal=Harriet E. (?)4
Death*23 Jun 19082
Burial*Oak Valley Cemetery, Oak Valley, Elk Co., Kansas2

Family

Harriet E. (?) b. circa 1845, d. 29 Jun 1908
Children
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Citations

  1. Benjamin Whitman, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Pennsylvania: S.B. Nelson, 1896), Oliver D. Skinner, page 771.
  2. Amy Tharp, "Oak Valley Cemetery (Oak Valley, Elk Co., Kansas)," dated Nov 2006, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 25 Oct 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Morris Webster Skinner, memorial 16534507.
  3. Julia Skinner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Wayne, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 20 (stamped), lines 3-12, dwelling 98, household 99, 17 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2010.
  4. Morris Skinner household, 1880 U.S. Census, Kingston, Peoria Co., Illinois, ED 228, page 30B, lines 7-10, dwelling 238, household 240, 10 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Oct 2010.