The Skinner family

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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Q » Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:17 pm

Strange family. It just gets more complicated.

Thanks for your help.
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Stu in Hastings » Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:25 pm

DIZZI HERE HAVING LOG IN PROBS LOL

WHATS MORE AMAZING IS THE SKINNERS LIVED ABOUT 1 MILE
AWAY,
BUT A THOUGHT
SKINNNER LIVED IN STAINES BUT IN A WORKHOUSE
IN BRENTFORD,,THERE WAS ONE IN STANWELL/STAINES
HE WOULD OF GONE TO THAT ONE

http://www.workhouses.org.uk/Staines/
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Q » Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:21 pm

My friend just sent me this

Marriages Sep 1859 (actually 25 Sep 1859)
Griffiths Mary Ann Kensington 1a 49
Skinner Henry Plummer Kensington 1a 49


Mary Ann died 1873.


On 1861 census he is married but Mary Ann is not at home. Haven't found her yet.

I have the 1911 census with Henry Samuel Skinner in the workhouse in Brentford

I am unable to upload it to here.
This is where the complication comes I think. The fact that the name changed.

In 1891 the Samuel Henry appears.On this census he is listed as Samuel Henry Skinner
age 45, Coach wheelright born Dorking Surrey and married to Maria with 5 children
in Twickenham borough Brentford. In 1911 he is in the workhouse.
But it was Henry Plumer that married a Maria.
We have Samuel being married to Sarah. and they had two daughters.
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Dizzi R.I.P. » Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:52 pm

THINK I FOUND HER ON 1861 AS A SERVANT
1861 England Census
about Mary Ann Skinner
Name: Mary Ann Skinner
Age: 23
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1838
Relation: Servant
Gender: Female
Where born: Westmr St Jame, Middlesex, England

Civil parish: Kensington St Mary Abbott
Ecclesiastical parish: St Philip
Town: Brompton
County/Island: Middlesex
Country: England

Street Address:

Occupation:

Condition as to marriage: View image

Registration district: Kensington
Sub-registration district: Brompton
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 65
Piece: 22
Folio: 79
Page Number: 17
Household Members: Name Age
William Kutas 65
Mary A Kutas 69
Ellen Needham 37
Mary Ann Daneker 28
Robert H Medham 8
Mary Ann Skinner 23
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Dizzi R.I.P. » Tue Apr 16, 2013 2:26 pm

1911 SAMUAL H SKINNER,THIS MAY NOT BE HENRY
1) BORN DORKING HENRY WAS GODOLMING .
2) BORN 1845 ,TEN YEARS DIFFERENCE
MARRIAGE 30 YRS
14 CHILDREN 6 LIVING
8 DIED
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Q » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:53 pm

I know what you mean Dizzi. On the 1901 census
Samuel Henry is married to Maria, that would have been
Henry Plumer's wife with his children. Maybe they
swapped wives. I know a family that did that in the
50's. Two brothers who swapped wives and one lot took
the boys and the other the girls. At the time I didn't
think anything about it. It did get upset that they all
got spending money from 2 dads, and I only had one.
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Dizzi R.I.P. » Wed Apr 17, 2013 5:00 pm

HI IM NOT CONVINSED ITS HENRY,I THINK ITS HIS BROTHER
CAN YOU GIVE ME A LIST OF ALL THEIR KIDS PLEASE
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Q » Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:12 pm

This is what I have.

Samuel Skinner married to Sarah Milson. They had two daughters
Emily Ann born Oct 1867 Richmond Surrey
Sarah born 1868 Richmond Surrey

Henry Plumber Skinner
Born Oct 1834 Godalming.
Married Maria Bullen June qtr 1881
Their children on the 1891 census ( when he is listed at Henry Samuel Skinner)
Nora age 9 1882 Norbiting Surrey
Henry John age 8 1883 Cobham Surrey
Harriet Hester age 6 1885 Cobham Surrey
Jubilee Mary age 4 1887 Cobham Surrey
Samuel Thomas age 3 1888 Twickenham Middlesex.

In 1901 I found Samuel and Maria SHINNER living in Hanwell Middlesex
They have another 3 children at this time
Frank born 1891 Brentford Middlesex
Fred born 1896 Brentford Middlesex
William born 1898 Hanwell Middlesex

I found a marrige of Thomas Samuel Skinner age 26 and a wheelwright
in July 1916 and his father is listed as Henry Samuel Skinner Wheelwright.
The wedding takes place in Hanwell.

I don't know anout the other children.
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Stu in Hastings » Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:39 am

me: Samuel Henry Skinner
Record Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 29 Sep 1893
Father's Name: Henry Skinner
Mother's Name: Maria Skinner
Parish or Poor Law Union: Old Brentford St George
Borough: Hounslow
Register Type: Parish Registers
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Re: The Skinner family

PostAuthor: Q » Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:10 pm

This must be another son.

WhenI was looking yesterday I found a good one.

Don't think it's the Skinners we are looking for, but
looks like some interbreeding could be going on.
14th Sept 1916 a marriage in South Kensington, London

John Henry Skinner 33 Batchelor Porter father John Henry Skinner Clicker
Beatrice Catherine Skinner 32 spinster father William Benjamin Skinner Deceased.
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