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Skipper Misc Notes
Posted by: ann gallagher (ID *****8210) Date: March 30, 2007 at 22:05:27
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Sorry so long. Hope this helps others. Safe here in case i crash my computer again. Thanks, Ann ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com

SKIPPER SURNAME:

Misc. Note: Looking over my notes from the Darlington Historical Society in Darlington County SC.......I meet with Mr. Rudisell in 1980's and he told me that my ancestor could be the Old George Skipper or Barnabus Skipper. He wasn't for sure which one though. That's why I have been looking all these years in Darlington, Chesterfield, and Sumter Counties in South Carolina.

1760? *******MY Ancestor ********* Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b abt. 1760 in ? m. Sarah had ? I figured Hughs age by the 1790 Cheraw District SC Census and the 1776 military record. Any and all help highly appreciated. Thanks, Ann at ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com....... As of March 2007 nothing else located on my ancestor Hugh and his family.

Misc. Note: IN REGARD TO THE INDIAN CONNECTION, OUR "TIE" TO FRANCIS SKIPPER, AND TO THE HORRY SKIPPERS,, I HAVE BEEN IN COMMUNACATION WITH THE CHIEF OF THE CHEROENHAKA TRIBE, (EXCERPTS BELOW) AND YES WE ARE "NATIVE INDIANS' PLEASE USE CHEROENHAKE TO IDENTIFY US NOT NOTTOWAY, WE ARE IN NO WAY CONNECTED TO FRANCIS SKIPPER AS CHIEF RED HAWK STATES BELOW, AS FOR THE HORRY SKIPPERS UNLESS YOU CAN CONNECT TO US, THERE IS NO RELATION, I am going to be accepted into the tribe, take the Skippers back to where they belong ......The words of Chief Red Hawk: Skipper is a very strong surname in our tribe....Yes I do. I carry the tribal history...orally and in writing. We published a tribal journal each year at our local Pow Wow. It is called the Was-ke-hee, which means to see in our native tongue (Da-sun-ke)........George Skipper was full blood ...he took or was given the white man name as did other natives....Chief Walt "Red Hawk" Brown Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe.....P.S.--Turner is a very strong Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Surname,.- Chief Red Hawk...Barnabus son of George, was also a full blood.....Arthur Skipper's sister Nancy (from the Quick will) marrried a Turner......Posted on the message board at GenForum. .

NC and SC Ann, Interesting stuff. I had always heard that the Skippers lived on Marks Creek on the NC / SC border. We may be related if your people come from Marlboro County SC. Andrew Skipper Nashville, TN Posted by: Andrew Skipper <http://us.f521.mail.yahoo.com/cgi-genforum/email.cgi?126406633 Date: September 14, 2006 at 14:32:02
VA and SC and Tenn. Ann, Where was Chesterfield County at that time and which George Skipper do you think we are looking at here. You know there George Skippers going back to the 1600's in Virginia with a succession of them. You might want to go to my myspace.com site to see my essays on the Skippers that went to west Tennessee in the 1830's from Marlboro County, SC. You might find it interesting. Just type in myspace.com/andrewskipper. Posted by Andrew Skipper Nashville, TN Date: September 14, 2006 at 14:21:21 at genforum
Va, Tenn, Alabma, and SC Ann, If you want to see how the Skippers of Marlboro County, SC, and those that went to west Tennessee and Alabama are probably descended from the Lumbee/Croatan Indians and their absorbed Lost Colony settlers go to my site and read my blog on the upper right hand of the screen. Type in myspace.com/andrewskipper and you will see my site. Posted by Andrew Skipper Nashville, TN at genforum
England, Va, myspace.com/andrewskipper - Ann, The first of our family to come to America was probably John Skipper who arrived in Virginia around 1650. He was born in ???, England, and his father is believe to be ?? Skipper. He was in Middlesex County, Virginia in 1681 and appears to have died in 1694. At least three Skippers appear in Virginia after John arrived and are possibly related to him, perhaps his sons. They are Francis Skiper and Louis Skipper, both of Norfolk County, Virginia, and George Skipper of Northampton County, North Carolina, just to the southwest.
1.       Francis Norfolk County Va. 1682 Land Office Grants Francis Skipper subject # 000739922 http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=139&last=&g_p=P7&collection=LO Patent title Cooper, Robert. 20 April 1682. Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. See also the following surname(s): Kooper. Location: Lower Norfolk County. Description: 200 acres according to the most ancient and lawful bounds thereof, which Francis Skipper, died seized of and was found to escheat. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 139 (Reel 7). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Cooper, Robert. grantee. Skipper, Francis. Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County Lower Norfolk County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century Land grants -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County. Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774. Library of Virginia. Archives. NOTE : This is the first Record I located for Francis Skipper in the library of Va. at http://ajax.lva.lib.va.us/F/9T9NKGFF6EL23TKQXK3HJG1IBC39TCKY2JCRBKA5YYT6KBFJ1P-02892?func=full-set-set&set_number=014560&set_entry=000001&format=999
2.       Louis Norfolk County Va.
3.       George Northampton County NC This first George Skipper purchased land in Northampton County, North Carolina in 1668. Later, a second George Skipper (born 1690?) Was sued by George Allen in Bertie County, North Carolina, for detaining his servant, Mary (Bailey), from 1719-1722. Apparently Mary was indentured and George Skipper and Mary had run away to get married. They are there after known as husband and wife in legal documents. Mary Bailey is either a full-blooded or part Indian and probably related to Wat Bailey, a chief member of the Nottoway Indian tribe in nearby Southampton County, Virginia.

NC 1668 This first George Skipper purchased land in Northampton County, North Carolina in 1668.

Va. 1682 Land Office Grants Francis Skipper subject # 000739922 http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=139&last=&g_p=P7&collection=LO Patent title Cooper, Robert. 20 April 1682. Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. See also the following surname(s): Kooper. Location: Lower Norfolk County. Description: 200 acres according to the most ancient and lawful bounds thereof, which Francis Skipper, died seized of and was found to escheat. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 139 (Reel 7). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Cooper, Robert. grantee. Skipper, Francis. Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County Lower Norfolk County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century Land grants -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County. Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774. Library of Virginia. Archives. NOTE : This is the first Record I located for Francis Skipper in the library of Va. at http://ajax.lva.lib.va.us/F/9T9NKGFF6EL23TKQXK3HJG1IBC39TCKY2JCRBKA5YYT6KBFJ1P-02892?func=full-set-set&set_number=014560&set_entry=000001&format=999

A 22 year break before 2nd george appears????????? 1690 -1668 = 22

1690? Later, a second George Skipper (born 1690?)

NC 1690 Later, a second George Skipper (born 1690?) Was sued by George Allen in Bertie County, North Carolina, for detaining his servant, Mary (Bailey), from 1719-1722. Apparently Mary was indentured and George Skipper and Mary had run away to get married. Mary Bailey is either a full-blooded or part Indian and probably related to Wat Bailey, a chief member of the Nottoway Indian tribe in nearby Southampton County, Virginia.

???? Anybody know the age of the George2 Skipper and could he have had a son in 1750 ???????

There ia a 30 year break before maybe a 3rd George Skipper appears?????? if there was a 3rd George ?????? 1720 - 1690 = 30 ...So it's possible there was a third George Skipper.

1720 Maybe ? Another George3 Skipper, born perhaps 1720, appears on the rolls of the Nottoway Indian reservation in 1750.

NC 1725 George Skipper and Mary purchased land from a James Skipper in 1725 in the Potecasi area of Northampton County, NC . James Skipper (born 1690) is most likely his brother. He lives next door to James until he and James move again to Johnston County, North Carolina. Another George Skipper, born perhaps 1720, appears on the rolls of the Nottoway Indian reservation in 1750.

NC and SC 1750 or thereabouts, the Nottoway Indian tribe sells off a great deal of their reservation land. It is believed that they were having a difficult time staying alive. Apparently, they had become addicted to alcohol and were no longer working their land. A number of these Nottoways move in a mass migration to the North Carolina-South Carolina border, probably in that area where the Lumbee Indians reside today. There was an Indian "refuge" in Sampson, Robeson, Richmond, and Anson Counties in North Carolina and Marlboro County, South Carolina. Croatan Indians from coastal North Carolina, Cheraw Indians from Virginia and Catawba Indians from North Carolina all combined forces in this refuge area. The Nottoways probably moved to this area as it was probably a safe place for an Indian to be.

I find it very strange that I can not locate anything else on my ancestor Hugh Skipper and he was in the same area as George Skipper ???? About the same time frame.
1760? *******MY Ancestor ********* Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b abt. 1760 in ? m. Sarah had ? I figured Hughs age by the 1790 Cheraw District SC Census and the 1776 military record. Any and all help highly appreciated. Thanks, Ann at ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com....... As of March 2007 nothing else located on my ancestor Hugh and his family.
Now I need to locate Hugh Gilbert Skipper1 his parents. All help highly appreciated.
Generation 1
Hugh *Gilbert Skipper1 b 1760 m. Sarah (?) had the following children.
Generation 2
Hugh Gilbert Skipper2 born 1797 married to Vicey/Dicey and Isaac Skipper born 1802.
Your line continues through Gilbert as you know.
1. Jesse J. Skipper b. 1825
2. Martha A. Skipper b. 1832
3. Sarah Lucretia Skipper b. 1834
4. Hagan M. Skipper b. 1836
5. Jane T. Skipper b. 1840
6. Margaret Skipper b. 1840
7. Thomas James Skipper b. June 6,1842 - My Line *******ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
8. Stephen H. Skipper b. 1844
9. Samuel C. Skipper b. 1846
10. James Skipper b. 1858
1860 census of Darlington County, South Carolina shows this.

I tried to put in order by date.


England 1632 MOSES SKEEPPER had son HUGH SKEEPPER Christening: 29 JUL 1632 Saint Mary-Le-Bow, Durham, Durham, England

Va and NC 1650 Ann, The first of our family to come to America was probably John Skipper who arrived in Virginia around 1650 He was born in ???, England, He was in Middlesex County, Virginia in 1681 and appears to have died in 1694. At least three Skippers appear in Virginia after John arrived and are possibly related to him, perhaps his sons. They are Francis Skiper and Louis Skipper, both of Norfolk County, Virginia, and George Skipper of Northampton County, North Carolina, just to the southwest.

Va. 1650 John Skipper from England to Middlesex County Virginia he died 1694 ?
1. Francis Skiper Norfolk County, Virginia,
2. Louis Skipper Norfolk County, Virginia,
3. George Skipper of Northampton County, North Carolina

NC 1668 This first George Skipper purchased land in Northampton County, North Carolina in 1668

Va. 1671 The Skipper/Scipper family may have descended from Francis Skiper, a white man, whose "Negro" wife Ann was tithable in Norfolk County, Virginia, in 1671 [Orders 1666-75, 73, 73a, 84a, 89, 92 by Morgan, American Slavery-American Freedom, 335]. She was still living there in 1691 [Deeds 1686-95, 130]. The Skipper/Scipper family may have descended from Francis Skiper, a white man, whose "Negro" wife Ann was tithable in Norfolk County, Virginia, in 1671 [Orders 1666-75, 73, 73a, 84a, 89, 92 by Morgan, American Slavery-American Freedom, 335]. She was still living there in 1691 [Deeds 1686-95, 130]........COMPARE THE DATES est. BIRTH IS 1685 FRANCIS HAD BEEN DEAD FOR 8 YEARS, ANN FOR 7 YEARS, SO LETS ASSUME GEORGE IS A LTTTLE OLDER, AFRICAN RULES ANN OUT. I HAVE NO TRACE OF COLORED BLOOD. WE KNOW THAT INDIANS WERE CHANGED TO NEGRO, SO ITS POSSIBLE ANN WAS A NOTTOWAY, BUT NO MENTION OF HER AND FRANCIS HAVING A CHILD TOGETHER, BUT THE CHILD SHE HAD BEFORE THE MARRAIGE COULD BE GEORGE, BUT THIS MAKES HIM 14 YEARS OLDER THAN WAS est. IT DOES NOT SEEM LIKELY THAT OUR GEORGE COULD HAVE BEEN BEFORE ALL THIS,.......Some time in 1672, an African-American woman named Cocore married Francis Skipper (or Cooper), owner of a 200-acre plantation in Norfolk County. She had been lashed with thirty strokes the year before on the order of the court for having borne a child "out of wedlock." Perhaps there was a social mobility factor in her in marrying Skipper. But they apparently lived together amiably for some five years until his death, an event which she survived by less than a year.106......**COOPER LINK AT END The couple came to the notice of the court when Skipper (Cooper) was ordered to pay "levies tythes for his wife (shee being a negro)"; and again when they are suspected of shielding the father of her child from the hue and cry (Norfolk County Wills and Deeds "E" 1666-75, Part 2, Orders, ff. 75, 76-77). See Norfolk County Deed Book, No. 4, 1675-86, pp. 14 and 30 regarding the times of their deaths. See Nell Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers; Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666, 2nd ed., (Baltimore, 1963)), 2:232, for Skipper (Cooper) landholding....**THE FATHER OF THIS CHILD COULD HAVE BEEN A NOTTOWAY TOO......There is a deed that links George and Barnabus, Are there any other Skippers that could have been the father to Barnabus and Benjamin George2 Skiper, born say 1720, was one of the "Chief men of the Nottoway Indian Nation" who sold their land in Southampton County, Virginia, on 2 February 1749 [DB 1:98, 131, 144]. He may have been the George Skipper who the previous day, 1 February 1749/50, purchased 200 acres in Anson County, North Carolina, on the north side of the Pee Dee River [DB A:92]. He sold 50 acres of this land and eight horses to (his son?) Barnabas Skipper on 15 February 1765 [DB 3:188, 192]. He was called George Skipper, Sr., in the 1763 list of taxables for Anson County where he was taxable on five tithes [Holcolm, Anson County, North Carolina, 122].
THE HORRY'S I HAVE BEEN TOLD DO NOT CLAIM US AS FAMILY, NOW THIS IS JUST A THOUGHT, WHAT IF FRANCIS WAS AN OLDER MAN WHOSE WIFE ALREADY PASSED, KIDS GROWN WHEN HE MARRIED ANN, THEY COULD BE FROM FRANCIS, AND WHAT IF ANN'S SON WAS GEORGE (A NOTTOWAY) FRANCIS'S ADULT CHILDREN COULD HAVE BEEN VERY DISPLEASED BY THIS , COULD BE WHY (from what i'm told) THEY HAVE ALWAYS LOOKED DOWN ON OUR SIDE......***THE COOPER LINK, THE DATE OF PATENT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH FRANCIS YEAR OF DEATH Cooper, Robert (Rueben), 1673, citizen and goldsmith of St. Peters Cheape, London. Married Elizabeth Gislingham, daughter of Lady Joane Gislingham, St. Bartholomew’s the Great, London, or St. Vedast parish, June 24, 1673. Patented 200 acres forfeited by Francis Skipper in Lower Norfolk Co., April 20, 1682. Died at sea 1691. Probably the grandfather of William Cooper (about 1725-1782).

Va. 1681 John Skipper who arrived in Virginia around 1650 He was born in ???, England, He was in Middlesex County, Virginia in 1681 and appears to have died in 1694.

Va. 1682 Land Office Grants Francis Skipper subject # 000739922 http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=139&last=&g_p=P7&collection=LO Patent title Cooper, Robert. 20 April 1682. Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. See also the following surname(s): Kooper. Location: Lower Norfolk County. Description: 200 acres according to the most ancient and lawful bounds thereof, which Francis Skipper, died seized of and was found to escheat. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 139 (Reel 7). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Cooper, Robert. grantee. Skipper, Francis. Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County Lower Norfolk County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century Land grants -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County. Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774. Library of Virginia. Archives. NOTE : This is the first Record I located for Francis Skipper in the library of Va. at http://ajax.lva.lib.va.us/F/9T9NKGFF6EL23TKQXK3HJG1IBC39TCKY2JCRBKA5YYT6KBFJ1P-02892?func=full-set-set&set_number=014560&set_entry=000001&format=999

1685 George1 Skiper, born say 1685, was sued in Bertie County court by George Allen who accused him of having detained his servant, Mary Bailey, between 17 December 1719 and 13 August 1722 [Saunders, Colonial Records of North Carolina, V]. Mary Bailey may have been related to Wat Bailey, one of the "Chief men of the Nottoway Indians" who sold their land in Southampton County on 2 February 1749/50 [DB 1:98]. George was called George Skeper, Sen., when he purchased 120 acres in Bertie County in Urahaw Woods on the northeast side of Quarter Swamp (present-day Northampton County) from James Skeper on 6 August 1725. He and his wife Mary sold this land on 11 January 1728. On 14 March 1729 he sold 615 acres in this same area on the south side of Potecasie Creek which he had patented on 1 January 1725 [DB B:184; C:118, 230]. He received a patent for 200 acres on the north side of the Neuse River on 21 March 1742/3 which was probably the land he sold by deed proved in Johnston County between 1 November 1746 and April 1750 [DB 1:20]. He may have been the father of

1690? Later, a second George Skipper (born 1690?) Bertie County, North Carolina,

NC 1690? James Skipper (born 1690) is most likely James, brother to George . He James lives next door to George until James and George move again to Johnston County, North Carolina.

England, and Va. 1694 Died John Skipper who arrived in Virginia around 1650 He was born in ???, England, He was in Middlesex County, Virginia in 1681 and appears to have died in 1694.

NC 1719 - 1722 a second George Skipper (born 1690?) Was sued by George Allen in Bertie County, North Carolina, for detaining his servant, Mary (Bailey), from 1719-1722. Apparently Mary was indentured and George Skipper and Mary had run away to get married. They are there after known as husband and wife in legal documents. Mary Bailey is either a full-blooded or part Indian and probably related to Wat Bailey, a chief member of the Nottoway Indian tribe in nearby Southampton County, Virginia.

1719 Absalom, entered 100 acres in Brunswick County on both sides of Russell's Branch on 22 September 1800, 50 acres in the fork of Scraping Hole Branch on 22 March 1813, and 100 acres on the east side of Scraping Hole Branch on 16 August 1814. On 27 January 1819 John Skipper, Sr., entered this land, including "Absalom Cumbow's improvement" [Pruitt, Land Entries: Brunswick County, nos. 1074 2123, 2169, 2512]. Absalom was counted as white in Cumberland County in 1820 [NC:169].
http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/Cousins_Davenport.htm

NC ? 1720 Another George3 Skipper, born perhaps 1720 George2 Skiper, born say 1720, was one of the "Chief men of the Nottoway Indian Nation" who sold their land in Southampton County, Virginia, on 2 February 1749 [DB 1:98, 131, 144]. He may have been the George Skipper who the previous day, 1 February 1749/50, purchased 200 acres in Anson County, North Carolina, on the north side of the Pee Dee River [DB A:92]. He sold 50 acres of this land and eight horses to (his son?) Barnabas Skipper on 15 February 1765 [DB 3:188, 192]. He was called George Skipper, Sr., in the 1763 list of taxables for Anson County where he was taxable on five tithes [Holcolm, Anson County, North Carolina, 122]. His sons were most likely i. Barnabas, born say 1744, taxable on one tithe in Anson County in 1763. ii. Benjamin, born say 1745, taxable on one tithe in Anson County in 1763. Some of their likely descendants were i. Moses Skipper/ Scipper, a "Mulato" taxable in Bladen County in 1768 [Byrd, Bladen County Tax Lists, I:9] and taxable in Brunswick County on one "white poll" in 1772 [GA 11.1], head of a Brunswick County household of 4 males and 2 females in 1790 [NC:189] and 5 "other free" in 1800 [NC:14]. ii. Isom, a "Mulato" taxable in Bladen County in 1768 [Byrd, Bladen County Tax Lists, I:4]. iii. Clemonds, taxed in Brunswick County on one "white poll" in 1772 [GA 11.1]. iv. Urias Scipper, head of a Brunswick County household of 8 "other free" in 1800 [NC:14]. v. Isaac Scipper, head of a Brunswick County household of 3 white males in 1790 (abstracted as "Supper" [NC:189] and 8 "other free" in 1800 [NC:14]. He entered 125 acres on Rattlesnake Branch on 7 December 1704 [Pruitt, Land Entries: Brunswick County, 91]. vi. Jesse Scipper, head of a Brunswick County household of 2 males and one female in 1790 (abstracted as "Supper") [NC:189] and 3 "other free" in 1800 [NC:14]. vii. John Scipper, head of a Brunswick County household of 1 male and 3 females in 1790 [NC:189] and 5 white females in 1800 [NC:14]. He entered 50 acres in Brunswick County on 13 December 1800 [Pruitt, Land Entries: Brunswick County, 67]. viii. Abram Scipper, head of a Brunswick County household of 3 males and 3 females in 1790 [NC:189] and 4 white females in 1800 [NC:14]. He entered 100 acres bordering his land and John Hogg's on Town Creek on 24 September 1807 [Pruitt, Land Entries: Brunswick County, 106]. ix. John Skipper, Jr., head of a Brunswick County household of 3 "other free" in 1810 [NC:228]. x. Nancy Skipper, married John Tann, 3 October 1756 Chowan County bond, Joseph Price bondsman.
Endnotes: 1. Only the index entry has survived for George Skipper's Johnston County deed. 2. There were no persons counted as "other free" in the 1790 census for Brunswick County. The Skipper family, John Hays, and James Potter were counted as white in 1790 [NC:189] and "other free" in 1800 [NC:14]. http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/Scott_Skipper.htm

NC 1725 George Skipper and Mary purchased land from a James Skipper in 1725 in the Potecasi area of Northampton County, NC . James Skipper (born 1690) is most likely his brother. He lives next door to James until he and James move again to Johnston County, North Carolina. Another George Skipper, born perhaps 1720, appears on the rolls of the Nottoway Indian reservation in 1750.

NC 1726 Bertie NC Deed Book B-150 Aug 1726 Barnabee Thomas to John Dawson of Isle of Wight Co. VA for 15pds, 250a on north side of Morratock called Roanoke, Land I bought of Lazarus Whitehead adj Skippers land and Thomas Lane. w/ WM CANE, Thomas Gale, jurat. (Joy Skipper Cornwell, via email, 5/27/04)

NC 1728 Deeds [DB C, p118] Bertie Co., NC: George Skipper Sr. and his wife Mary, to WM. Hall, 1/11/1728, 45 lbs. 5 shillings for 120 acres on N side of Hollybush (or Porter?) Swamp ajoining Barnaby Thompson, wit: WM. Johnson, David Herring, May Court 1729, Edward Mashborne, clerk

NC 1729 [DB C, p 230] On 14 March 1729 George Skipper Sen sold 615 acres in this same area on the south side of Potecasie Creek, which he had patented on 1 January 1725. From Jim Herring, via email, 3/16/01, Skipper-L@rootsweb.com Abstracts of Deeds; Northampton County, North Carolina Author: Margaret M. Hofman Call Number: F253.H63x Bibliographic Information: Hofmann, Margaret M. Abstracts of Deeds Northampton County, North Carolina. 1968

NC 1742/43 Potecasi, Northampton Co., NC Deeds [DB1, P20] George Skipper received a patent for 200 acres on the north side of the Neuse River on 21 March 1742/43 which was probably the land that he sold by deed proved in Johnston County between 1 November 1746 and April 1750. He may have been the father of George2, born perhaps 1720.
[DB1, P98] James Skipper to George Skipper Sr., 120 acres, Urahaw Woods, NE side of Quaarter Swamp, from (See below, DB B, P184 and DB C, P118 Potecasi, Northampton Co., NC Deeds

Va. 1748 pg. 358 EDWARD GOODSON of Northampton Co. to JAMES TURNER of Isle of Wight Co., Va. 23 Nov. 1748 7 pounds Va. money 400 acres more or less on the south side of Potacasa swamp, joining the mouth of the Spring branch and the swamp, part of a patent to GEORGE SKIPPER 1 May 1668, all houses, orchards, gardens, fences etc. Wit: JOHN SIMPSON, NICHOLAS MONGER Reg. Northampton Co. Nov. Ct. 1748 J. Edwards C. Ct

1750 - Another George Skipper, born perhaps 1720, appears on the rolls of the Nottoway Indian reservation in 1750.

NC and SC 1750 or thereabouts, the Nottoway Indian tribe sells off a great deal of their reservation land. It is believed that they were having a difficult time staying alive. Apparently, they had become addicted to alcohol and were no longer working their land. A number of these Nottoways move in a mass migration to the North Carolina-South Carolina border, probably in that area where the Lumbee Indians reside today. There was an Indian "refuge" in Sampson, Robeson, Richmond, and Anson Counties in North Carolina and Marlboro County, South Carolina. Croatan Indians from coastal North Carolina, Cheraw Indians from Virginia and Catawba Indians from North Carolina all combined forces in this refuge area. The Nottoways probably moved to this area as it was probably a safe place for an Indian to be.

1760? *******MY Ancestor ********* Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b abt. 1760 in ? m. Sarah had ? I figured Hughs age by the 1790 Cheraw District SC Census and the 1776 military record. Any and all help highly appreciated. Thanks, Ann at ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com.......

Now I need to locate Hugh Gilbert Skipper1 his parents. All help highly appreciated.
Hugh *Gilbert Skipper1 b 1760 m. Sarah (?) had the following children.
Hugh Gilbert Skipper2 born 1797 married to Vicey/Dicey and Isaac Skipper born 1802.
Your line continues through Gilbert as you know.
1. Jesse J. Skipper b. 1825
2. Martha A. Skipper b. 1832
3. Sarah Lucretia Skipper b. 1834
4. Hagan M. Skipper b. 1836
5. Jane T. Skipper b. 1840
6. Margaret Skipper b. 1840
7. Thomas James Skipper b. June 6,1842 - My Line *******ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
8. Stephen H. Skipper b. 1844
9. Samuel C. Skipper b. 1846
10. James Skipper b. 1858
1860 census of Darlington County, South Carolina shows this.

NC In the 1760's George Skipper and Barnabus Skipper (believed to be his son) are in Anson County, North Carolina. In 1769 both of these men sign their names to a Regulator Petition to the Royal governor of North Carolina protesting the high tax rate.

NC and SC??? SC , NC , or ?Va. NOTE: I'm guessing here only on the dates, it could be 1760 that Hugh was born........I have gave my Hugh or Gilbert or Hugh Gilbert Skipper a 30 yr time frame for the birth of his son Hugh Gilbert Skipper My Ancestor born in ?NC. ......He would have been age 20 in 1777, age 25 in 1772, and age 30 in 1767......so I figure he was born sometime between 1760 thru 1777......Now I just need to try and find some other type of document on him in SC...... So far Nov. 18, 2006 nothing found.......I have been looking for many many many years with no luck.......Hugh's son Hugh Gilbert Skipper was born in NC about 1797 in ?NC or SC , and was married to ?????.........Father Hugh Skipper and Mother Sarah (?) are in the Cheraw Area in Chesterfield County SC Census........MY SkipperAncestors in the 1790 Census Cheraw District........1900 Sumter SC Census.......1880 Sumter County Census........Dang all these ancestor's moved around alot........Thats all I know for now.
Hugh Skipper and Sarah in SC, Census 1790 Cheraw District Chesterfield County .....had 2 children 1. Hugh Gilbert Skipper born abt 1797 in ?NC or SC 2. Issac Skipper born abt 1802 ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com

Va. 1769 SOUTHAMPTON CO., VIRGINIA PP. 57-60
AS A COURT FOR THE COUNTYOF SOUTHAMPTON THE TH DAY OF MARCH 1769.
THIS INDENTURE OF MEMORENDUM .... PROVED BY THE ..... OF BENJAMIN CLEMENTS, BENJAMIN RUFFIN AND CHARLES SIMMONS WHEREFORE HERETO AND ORDERED BY THE RECORDED.
TASS R/ KELL..., CCB
THIS INDENDURE IMPARTITE MADE THE FIRS DAY OF JANUARY, IN THE OF OUR LORD, .... ..... ... .. . . . . BETWEEN SAM, FRANK, DOCTOR TIM, JOHN ...., GEO. SCIPER, (SIC) JACK .... AND WATT BAILEY, CHIEFTEN OF THE NOTTOWAY INDIANS OF THE
FIRST PART JOHN SIMMONS OF SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, THOMAS, ... AND BENJAMIN EDWARDS OF THE COUNTY, .... .. .. . . . ... . . . .. SECOND PART AND BENJAMIN ....., OF THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON OF THE THIRD PART. WHEREAS BY ONE ACT OF THE GENREAL ASSEMBLY ORDER AT A ...... ....... HELD AT WILLIAMSBURG IN THE EIGHTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF OUR LORD GEORGE THE SECOND KING OF GREAT BRITIAN INTITLED AN ACT TO ENABLE THE NOTTOWAY INDIANS TO SELL CERTAIN LAND THERERIN MENTIONED FOR DISCHARGING (?) THE INDIAN INTREPRETER IT IS AMONG OTHER THINGS ..... THAT THE CHIEFMEN OF THE NOTTOWAY NATIONS ARE IMPOWERED TO MAKE SALE OF ALL OR ANY PART OF A CERTAIN .......... OF LAND TO SIX MILES DIAMETER LYING AND BEING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF NOTTOWAY RIVER IN THE COUNTY OF ...... BY AND WITH THE CONSENT OF SAID JOHN SIMMONS THAT ........ BENJAMAIN EDWARDS WHO ARE BY THE SAID ACT APPOINTED ..... ERS TO SEE THE SAID ACT DULY EXCUTED AND AFTER.... AGREEMENT MADE FOR THE .... OF ANY PART OF THE SAID LAND ... ... .... DO NOT EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED (?) ACRES TO ANY ONE PERSON ... .. . .. . MAY BE LAWFULL FOR THE SIAD CHIEF MEN TOGETHER WITH THE ..... TRUSTEES AFORESAID OR THE SUVIVOR OR SUVIVORS OF THEM TO ..... AND DELIVER A ....MENT TO THE PURCHASOR WHO IMMEDIATELY AFTER TEH EXECUTION WEHERE OF SHALL PAY UPON TO THE CHIEF MEN .... ..... .... ...... TO THE ... .. . . .......... ..., .
THOMAS ......, LS FRANK ........., LS BENJ. EDWARDS, LS SAM'L ........., LS HIS X MARK
WILLIAM ANDREWS JOHN .........., LS B... RUFFIN HIS X MARK
. . .... GEORGE SKIPPER, LS HIS X MARK JACK ........., LS HIS X MARK ........ ....., LS HIS X MARK
AS A COURT HELD FOR THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON THE .... OF THE DAY OF MARCH 1749.
THIS INDENTURE IS MEMORANDUM ... PROVED BY THE OATHS OF BENJ. RUFFIN, WILLIAM ANDREWS, ......
..... ........, THERETO AND ORDERED TO BE RECORDED.
FAST(SIC) R. KELLS, CLK TYPED BY JOY SKIPPER CORNWELL APRIL 7, 2001 THE COPY OF THIS DOCUMENT WAS OBTAINED FROM THE SC HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHALMERS STREET, CHARLESTON, SC 29401
As noted above George bought land in Chowan Co. (now Bertie Co., NC) from James Skipper. Was James his brother? If so, who was their father? There had to be another Skipper prior to them. Who could he be?

In the 1790's Barnabus Skipper and his sons John and Silas are found in numerous court records being summoned to court to answer charges that they stole livestock from their neighbors. Also indicted are members of the Quick family, especially Solomon Quick. The Quick family were part Lumbee, or Croatan Indians.

NC and SC In 1794 Barnabus Skipper and his family sell their land in Anson County, NC and move across the border into Marlboro County, South Carolina. They are listed in the 1800 census there. Silas Skipper was born in the 1760's or 1770's and is believed to have married a daughter of Thomas Quick according to Quicks 1820 Last Will and Testament. That union produces Arthur Skipper (1800-1855) and Nancy Skipper (1801?-??).

1797 Hugh Gilbert Skipper b. 1797 in SC or NC ***MY ANCESTOR***ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com 1802 Isaac Skipper b.1802. NOTE: Above Hugh and Issac are brother's. ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com

SC Arthur Skipper married Nancy (Odom), the daughter of Henry Sion Odom and Martha (Snead). Arthur Skipper appears to be quite different from his outlaw forebears. In fact, he has become a solid member of the Saw Mill Baptist Church outside of Bennettsville SC. This church came out of the well known Welsh Neck church that was started by Welsh immigrants in the 1700's. What happened to cause such a change in the moral atmosphere of the Skipper family one might ask? One theory is that the Great Awakening of 1800 had reached this part of the country and many people had gotten right with God and gotten saved. It is a well know fact that this awakening reached to much of the United States, particularly in the south.
SC to Tenn. Around 1832, Arthur Skipper with his wife and children departed from Bennettsville, SC and traveled over 500 miles to a new home in Yorkville, in Gibson County, in the western part of Tennessee. Arthur, now 32 years old, was making a new start in a place still very much on the western frontier. Their journey would take them over the Appalachian mountains and through a vast region inhabited by the Cherokees, Creeks, and an ever growing number of white pioneers looking for farmland.
Tenn Other members of the Sawmill church traveled with the Skippers when they moved to west Tennessee. In fact, a group of families from this church made the trip together. The Fields, Alsobrooks, and Turners were just a few that relocated to west Tennessee. Some of these families, like the Skippers and Turners, would stay in the Gibson, Dyer, and Crockett County area for generations. Others moved westward after only a short stay in Tennessee.
Tenn to Alabama Some of Arthurs Skipper kinfolk moved to Alabama about the same time and there is a large Skipper reunion in that state that meets to this day. One well known person is descended from these South Carolina Skippers. The mother of Hank Williams, legendary Country Music singer, was a South Carolina Skipper.
In Gibson County, the Skippers became associated with the Beaulah Baptist Church, however, this was not to last long. There was a dispute over whether the church should have Sunday School and as a result a group of 13 people left Beaulah Church to start their own Church. Arthur Skipper and Nancy were two of those who believed in Sunday School and joined this breakaway group which founded the Spring Hill Baptist Church near Yorkville in 1834. A three person delegation was sent back to Bennettsville to get a copy of the charter of the Sawmill Church as a pattern for Spring Hill. The church grew rapidly and was soon starting mission churches throughout the region. Eventually, 12 churches would be started from Spring Hill. Also, a mission was planted in Missouri.
By 1850 Arthur Skipper and Nancy have 15 children and are living in the 6th Civil District of Gibson County. Next door is Arthurs sister Nancy and her husband, Thomas Turner, and their family, all of them from South Carolina. Arthurs oldest son, Silas Skipper (1822-1880), is also living close by and has a family of his own. He has married another South Carolinian named Ann ( ?) .
Arthur Skipper died sometime after 1850 and is not listed in the 1860 census but Nancy is listed living with a number of her younger children.
Silas Skipper and his oldest son, James A. Skipper (1842-1925), both fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War, as did some of Silas Skippers other brothers. An oral story handed down in our family is that one of these two men, probably James Skipper , was at the battle of Shiloh. One story says he evaded capture by the Union Army by submerging himself in a bloody pond and using a reed through which to breathe. Another story has him riding a horse over the battlefield and surveying the dead soldiers.
In 1865 Silas Skipper is shown marrying a widow named Sofrana (Hoge). Apparently his first wife, Ann (?), has passed leaving him a widower. She also has children of her own.
Tenn Silas Skipper does not show up in the 1870 census in Tennessee which means he may have moved temporarily out of state. It appears that he does show up in Dyer County in 1874 as a polling Judge but this is only speculation. The name is only listed as S. Skipper.
Missouri In 1880 we find Silas Skipper has moved to Cotton Plant, Dunklin County, Missouri, and is farming there. His younger brother William Skipper had preceded him by a few years and was already established. They are shown living next door to one another in Cotton Plant.
Silas Skippers son, James A. Skipper, stayed on in Gibson County and became a successful farmer and member of the local school board, according to the publication Gibson County Illustrated. He married Nancy (Grady) in ?? And they eventually had ?? Children. At some point James, or Jim as he is known, moved to Crockett County and began farming there. This may have been after his son, William Thomas "Bill" Skipper (1874-1933), became an adult and moved there. By 1900 Jim is a widower and is living with one of his daughters, Belle Skipper Riddick.
Bill Skipper married Lena (Woodard) in 189?. They lived in the Cypress community and were members of the Cypress Methodist Church where they are buried. Many of the Woodards are buried there also, including Lenas parents, ?? And Ursulla Crossnoe Woodard. Bill Skipper , like his siblings had black hair and olive complections according to one descendent of Belle (Skipper) Riddick, Bills sister.
Bill Skipper worked at several things over his lifetime. He farmed and sold his produce at a stand in nearby Jackson. According to Hershel Emison, he also operated a boarding house for a time in Jackson. He was known as a jovial man but it is said that he could also get angry at a mule that wasnt doing right.
Bill Skippers son James Vernard Skipper was born in Crockett County in 1901. James, or Jim as he was known, courted and married Ora Alene (Griffin) in 1922. She was the daughter of John Calvin and Willie (Fullbright) Griffin. Jim and Ora had 7 children. Norman Skipper (192?), Mildred Odean Skipper (192?), James Frederick Skipper (1927), Ray Thomas Skipper (193?), Dannie Skipper (193?), Gill Rodney Skipper (194?), and Judy (Skipper) in (194?).
In 1933 James/Jim Skipper bought a farm on the Johnsons Grove road. He grew cotton, corn, and other crops. Jim Skipper died in 1949 from multiple health problems. Ora raised the remaining children at home. In 1959 Ora died from advanced cancer.
Norman Skipper joined the Army in which he made a career. He married Ann ?? And they had 5 children. He eventually moved onto the Skipper homestead where he built a house on the site of the old home place. Ann passed away in 198? And Norman Skipper passed away in 200?
Tenn Mildred Skipper married Thomas Barfoot and worked as a school teacher. They had one son, Steve. They lived in Memphis for many years but have recently moved to Eads, Tennessee. Thomas passed away in 200?
Tenn to NC James Skipper married Marian (Butler) in 1950 and they had 5 sons. Jim Skipper (1951), Mark Skipper (1953), Carl Skipper (1954), Andrew Skipper (1958) and John Skipper (1960). James Skipper worked for Central Soya, a feed manufacturer for over 20 years before he retired due to health problems. He lived in Chattanooga for many years and then moved to Siler City, North Carolina, with several of his sons. James Skipper passed away in 1994 and Marian passed away in 1997.
Michigan to Texas Ray Thomas Skipper married Joyce (??) . They lived in Detroit for a number of years but moved to Tyler, Texas in the 1980's. They have 5 sons. Ray Thomas Skipper is now retired.
Texas Dannie Skipper married Susan (??) And they moved to Tyler, Texas. They had 3 daughters. Michelle Skipper (196?), Dannie bought and operated a number of McDonalds restaurants in the Tyler area. He retired in 200? And he and Susan still live in Tyler.
Tenn Judy (Skipper) married Clark Cowart. They have lived in Jackson, Tennessee, for many years where Clark was a CPA and Judy Skipper worked for a health clinic. They have two children. A son, Brad, lives in Nashville with his wife Betty. Their daughter, Dana, lives in Bells with her husband Phillip and sons Daniel and Jonathon.
Vermont Gil Rodney Skipper retired from the Navy in ?? He also worked at the ?? He lives in Vermont with his wife Rita (??).


My "Lost Colony" Ancestors

NC I have discovered some information that may link the Skipper family to Sir Walter Raleigh's 1587 colony that was England's first settlement in America. Let me give you the thumbnail sketch first and the detailed information second.
Thumbnail Sketch

NC The Roanoke colonists went to live with the Croatan Indians when they ran out of food in the early 1590's. The Croatans/Englishmen moved inland to the Lumber River and were joined by the Cheraw and Catawba indians. These three tribes formed the Lumbee tribe.

Thomas Quick, who died in the early 1820's appears to be part Lumbee Indian. Therefore, I am most likely a descendent of one or several Englishmen who were part of the Roanoke colony. And I am proud to say that I am a descendant of Lumbee Indians.
Detailed Information Although the colony was considered "lost" there is a great deal of evidence that the people themselves survived and live among us to this day and the Skippers may be some of them! Let me explain.

NC In 1587 a colony was landed on Roanoke Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina consisting of about 120 men and a smaller number of women and children. The ships returned to England to get more colonists and supplies. No ships were provided for several years, however, due to political problems in England. When the English ships returned in the early 1590's to resupply the colony they found the fort on Roanoke Island abandoned. The colonists had not been gone long. There were signs of recent activity. A tree nearby had a message carved in it. The word "Croatan" was left as a sign believed to be an indication of where the colonists had gone. Because a cross was not carved over the word (the sign of distress) it is believed that the colonists went peacefully to Croatan. Croatan related to the Indian tribe located in the area where the colonists had landed. The colonists had friendly relations with the Croatan Indians. In fact, their chief, Manteo, had visited England previously and had become an ally of theirs.

NC and SC The Croatans eventually moved inland due to pressure from the coastal settlements and they landed in an area on the North Carolina-South Carolina border near the Lumber River. They were joined by the Cheraw and Catawba tribes who had also been decimated by disease and pressure from whites. The entire area became a sort of refuge and was named an "Indian Frontier" for the Indians of southern Virginia and North Carolina by the governor of North Carolina. The area stretched from Sampson County, North Carolina, in the east, all the way to Marlborough County, South Carolina, and the Pee Dee River in the west.

In the 1700's when British settlers finally made it inland as far as the Lumber River they discovered a most unusual tribe of Indians. These Indians spoke English! And practiced Christianity! They had British surnames, many of which were identical to the "Lost Colony" settlers. They had English customs and some of them had fair skin and grey eyes. In fact they claimed to be mixed with decedents of English settlers from some generations past. They were treated better than other tribes because of their affinity to the British.

Va. Now we find out how the Skippers come into the picture. In 1750 George Skipper is living on the Nottoway Indian reservation in Southampton, Virginia. He is likely the son of George Skipper and Mary (Bailey). The Baileys were Nottoway Indians. George is known as "a chief man of the Nottoway Indians" and helps oversee the sale of the reservation lands that took place in 1749 or thereabouts.

VA. , NC, SC When the Nottoways sold their lands many of them apparently moved to the Indian refuge on the NC/SC border. Remember, it was not always safe to be an Indian in those days. We've all heard the old saying "The only good Indian is a dead Indian." So many of these full and mixed blood people banded together for protection and comradery.

NC and SC George Skipper and his son Barnabus Skipper appear in the refuge counties of Richmond and Anson in NC in the 1760's. Around 1794 Barnabus Skipper and his son Silas Skipper sell their land in Anson County and move across the border into Marlborough County, South Carolina, another refuge county. Some think this was due to their involvement in numerous court cases in Anson stemming from alleged livestock theft.

NC and Tenn. While in Anson County NC the Skippers intermarry with another mixed blood family named Quick. It is believed that one of Barnabus' sons, probably Silas Skipper , married a daughter of Thomas Quick. They were the parents of Arthur Skipper and Nancy Skipper who, around 1832 moved with their families to Yorkville, in Gibson County, in west Tennessee, where our family has been for generations.

The Quick family was part Lumbee Indian. Lumbee is the name of the amalgamated tribe that included the Croatans, Cheraws, and Catawbas. The Quick family was probably the most respected mixed blood family in the region.

So the Skippers, through the Quicks, are very possibly descended from some of the English colonists who mixed with the Croatans and are today called Lumbee Indians.

Although the Skippers of today do not look very "Indian" if you were to look at the portrait of William Thomas Skipper (1874-1933) you would see hints of this heritage. I have been informed by decendents of William Skippers sister, Belle, that they all had jet black hair and olive complections. Indeed, the portrait of Bill Skipper shows raised cheekbones, a broad face, and a darker complection than his wife. By the way, Belle and her sisters had curly hair. This is a common trait among Lumbee Indians. When I lived in North Carolina I knew a Lumbee Indian and he had curly hair. The Lumbee tribe was known to be a refuge for runaway slaves.
For more information about the Lost Colony decendents among the Lumbee Indians you can go to the following websites which are full of interesting facts on the subject: http://www.native-languages.org/lumbee.htm or http://docsouth.unc.edu/nc/butler/butler.html
I hope this has been interesting and I look forward to comments and questions from any of you who would like to chat about all of this. You can email me at andrew.skipper@yahoo.com or call me at 615-569-2265.


MISC. NOTES:

1760? *******MY Ancestor ********* Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b abt. 1760 m. Sarah had ? I figured Hughs age by the 1790 Cheraw District SC Census and the 1776 military record. Any and all help highly appreciated. Thanks, Ann at ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com.......
Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b 1760 m. Sarah (?) had the following children.
Hugh Gilbert Skipper b. 1797 and Isaac Skipper b.1802.
Your line continues through Gilbert as you know.
1. Jesse J. Skipper b. 1825
2. Martha A. Skipper b. 1832
3. Sarah Lucretia Skipper b. 1834
4. Hagan M. Skipper b. 1836
5. Jane T. Skipper b. 1840
6. Margaret Skipper b. 1840
7. Thomas James Skipper b. June 6,1842 - My Line *******ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
8. Stephen H. Skipper b. 1844
9. Samuel C. Skipper b. 1846
10. James Skipper b. 1858
1860 census of Darlington County, South Carolina shows this.


Va. and NC 1779 - " SAMUEL SKIPPER 100 ACRES NO. 126 (from Book A page 26) STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA RECORDED IN THE SECRETARY OFFICE JNO. BRANCH P. SEC. TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREETING: KNOW ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of fifty shillings for every hundred acres hereby granted paid into our treasury by Samuel Skipper have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Samuel Skipper a tract of land containing one hundred acres lying and being in our County of Anson of the East side of Pee Dee on a branch of Solomon's Creek: Beginning at a pine amongst three pines pointers and runs thence S. 40 W. 20 chains to a stake among three pines then N. 50 W. 31 chains and 63 links to a stake and three pines then No. 40 Et 31 chains and 63 links to a corner then S. 50 Et 31 chains and 63 lengths to a corner then South forty West eleven chains 63 chains to the beginning as by the plat hereunto annexed doth appear together with all woods, waters, mines, minerals, hereditaments, and appurtenances to the said land belonging or appertaining. To hold to the said Samuel Skipper his heirs and assigns forever yielding and paying to us such sums of money yearly otherwise as our General Assembly from time to time may direct provided always that the said Samuel Skipper shall cause this grant to be registered in the Register's office within twelve months from the date hereof. Otherwise the same shall be void and of no effect. In testimony, whereof, we have caused our Great Seal to be here unto affixed. Witness Richard Caswell, Esq, our Governor, Captain, General, and Commander in Chief at Kingston the third day of September in the fourth year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord, One thousand seven hundred and seventy nine. By His Excelly's. Comd. - Rd. Caswell. Wm. " Nottoway Indians of South hampton Co., Va in 1600's. NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


NC and SC??? 1772 thru 1777 SC , NC , or ?Va. NOTE: I'm guessing here only........I have gave my Hugh or Gilbert or Hugh Gilbert Skipper a 30 yr time frame for the birth of his son Hugh Gilbert Skipper My Ancestor born in ?NC. ......He would have been age 20 in 1777, age 25 in 1772, and age 30 in 1767......so I figure he was born sometime between 1772 thru 1777......Now I just need to try and find some other type of document on him in SC...... So far Nov. 18, 2006 nothing found.......I have been looking for many many many years with no luck.......Hugh's son Hugh Gilbert Skipper was born in NC about 1797 in ?NC or SC , and was married to ?????.........Father Hugh Skipper and Mother Sarah (?) are in the Cheraw Area in Chesterfield County SC Census........MY SkipperAncestors in the 1790 Census Cheraw District........1900 Sumter SC Census.......1880 Sumter County Census........Dang all these ancestor's moved around alot........Thats all I know for now.
Hugh Skipper and Sarah in SC, Census 1790 Cheraw District Chesterfield County .....had 2 children
1. Hugh Gilbert Skipper born abt 1797 in ?NC or SC ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
2. Issac Skipper born abt 1802


SC 1784 Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0007 Page: 00239 Item: 02 Date: 1784 /08/12 Description: SKIPPER, SAMUEL, PLAT FOR 200 ACRES ON INDIAN CREEK, CHERAWS DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, SAMUEL / CRAIG, ALEXANDER / LOCKWOOD / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / INDIAN CREEK / THOMPSON CREEK / PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC 1785 Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0001 Page: 00219 Item: 00 Date: 1785 /02/02 Description: DISMUKES, GEORGE, PLAT FOR 250 ACRES ON INDIAN CREEK, CHERAWS DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: DISMUKES, GEORGE / CRAIG, ALEXANDER / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / PEE DEE RIVER /I NDIAN CREEK Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father.


SC 1785 Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0002 Page: 00173 Item: 02 Date: 1785/03/01 Description: BELL, WILLIAM, PLAT FOR 100 ACRES ON THOMPSONS CREEK, CHERAWS DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY WILLIAM POWE. Names Indexed: BELL, WILLIAM/POWE, WILLIAM / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / THOMPSON CREEK Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father.


SC 1786 Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0012 Page: 00243 Item: 00 Date: 1786/12/12 Description: CRAIG, ALEXANDER, PLAT FOR 950 ACRES ON THOMPSONS AND INDIAN CREEKS, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: CRAIG, ALEXANDER/PURVES, GILBERT/PASLAY, ROBERT/PRESTWOOD, WILLIAM / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / DISMUK, GEORGE / YARBOROUGH, JOEL / CARTER, WILLIAM / CLARY, JOHN / DAVIS, THOMAS / LOCKWOOD, JOSHUA Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / CHESTERFIELD COUNTY / PEE DEE RIVER / THOMPSON CREEK / I NDIAN CREEK/MILL BRANCH Type: PLAT/
NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC. 1788 SC Archives - ???????????? Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0022 Page: 00367 Item: 02 Date: 1788/05/22 Description: SKIPPER, SAMUEL, PLAT FOR 300 ACRES ON BRANCH OF BLACK CREEK, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, SAMUEL / CRAIG, ALEXANDE / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / BLACK CREEK / PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT / - ..........NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father.


NOTE: Samuel Skipper lived in the same Cheraw area as my ancestors, not known if related..........??????? NOTE: ? Who was Samuel's father and mother? Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?

1800 George Scippin in the 1800 Kershaw Federal Census.


SC 1804 Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0040 Page: 00243 Item: 01 Date: 1804/03/08 Description: MCDONALD, CHARLES, PLAT FOR 900 ACRES ON BLACK CREEK, CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN MCDONALD. Names Indexed: MCDONALD, CHARLES / MCDONALD, JOHN / MCMILLAN, DUNCAN / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / CAMPBELL, DONALD / Locations: BLACK CREEK / CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT Type: PLAT/ Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC 1810 George Sciper in the third Federal Census Kershaw County owned 1 slave, list him as white.


SC 1816 Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0044 Page: 00139 Item: 03 Date: 1816/02/03 Description: NORRIS, BURWELL, PLAT FOR 1,000 ACRES ON EAST SIDE OF BLACK CREEK, CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN HARRELL. Names Indexed: NORRIS, BURWELL / HARRELL, JOHN / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / DINKINS, JOSEPH E./ NORRIS, WILLIAM / Locations: CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT / BLACK CREEK / HORSE BRANCH / PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind? Note: this is the last reference I located on Samual Skipper in SC


MISC. NOTES:
Sorry this is so long..I have the original documents and some of this has been shared with me over 30 yrs. I hope you all enjoy and it helps some.
Thanks, Ann ....My Misc. Notes: - On Sciper, Skipper, Skiper, Skeper, Scipper..Like other SKIPPER families, there is persistant family lore of Native American blood, but no proof of it. 'Scipper' in documents from the 18th century. I believe that this is only a spelling variant.


Tribes Not Sure Of Yet:
Nottoway
? Cheroenhaka
Nottoway joined with ? Meherrin Tribe
? Chowan Indians
Catawba


?Email: wildwestgifts4u@aol.com - http://bz.llano.net/gowen/electronic_newsletter/elnl200102.htm - ORIGIN OF THE MELUNGEONS With the Cumbo family dating back to 1644, we have links to Gibson, Gowen, Jeffries, Matthews, Newsom, Wilson and Young in addition to Hammond, Maskill, Potter and Skipper. - Skipper / Scipper, 324, 352 Index to Melungeons: Examining An Appalachian Legend - http://www.continuitypress.com/index.html


NC 1587 I have discovered some information that may link the Skipper family to Sir Walter Raleigh's 1587 colony that was England's first settlement in America. Let me give you the thumbnail sketch first and the detailed information second.
Thumbnail Sketch


NC In 1587 a colony was landed on Roanoke Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina consisting of about 120 men and a smaller number of women and children. The ships returned to England to get more colonists and supplies. No ships were provided for several years, however, due to political problems in England. When the English ships returned in the early 1590's to resupply the colony they found the fort on Roanoke Island abandoned. The colonists had not been gone long. There were signs of recent activity. A tree nearby had a message carved in it. The word "Croatan" was left as a sign believed to be an indication of where the colonists had gone. Because a cross was not carved over the word (the sign of distress) it is believed that the colonists went peacefully to Croatan. Croatan related to the Indian tribe located in the area where the colonists had landed. The colonists had friendly relations with the Croatan Indians. In fact, their chief, Manteo, had visited England previously and had become an ally of theirs.


NC 1590 The Roanoke colonists went to live with the Croatan Indians when they ran out of food in the early 1590's. The Croatans/Englishmen moved inland to the Lumber River and were joined by the Cheraw and Catawba indians. These three tribes formed the Lumbee tribe.
NC and SC The Croatans eventually moved inland due to pressure from the coastal settlements and they landed in an area on the North Carolina-South Carolina border near the Lumber River. They were joined by the Cheraw and Catawba tribes who had also been decimated by disease and pressure from whites. The entire area became a sort of refuge and was named an "Indian Frontier" for the Indians of southern Virginia and North Carolina by the governor of North Carolina. The area stretched from Sampson County, North Carolina, in the east, all the way to Marlborough County, South Carolina, and the Pee Dee River in the west.


Va. to NC. 1600? Nottoway Indians of Southhampton Co., Va in 1600's. I would like additonal information and leads for more infomation if anyone has located any. So far I have Francis Skipper and son George1 and his son George2... George2 sold land in VA and settled in Anson, NC George Skipper mentioned is most likely my ancestor, George Skipper2, son of George Skipper1, Chiefman of the Nottoway from South Eastern VA / North Easter NC. He lived in Anson Co. during this time frame. He had a son named Samuel also. " SAMUEL SKIPPER 100 ACRES NO. 126 (from Book A page 26) STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA RECORDED IN THE SECRETARY OFFICE JNO. BRANCH P. SEC. TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREETING: KNOW ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of fifty shillings for every hundred acres hereby granted paid into our treasury by Samuel Skipper have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Samuel Skipper a tract of land containing one hundred acres lying and being in our County of Anson of the East side of Pee Dee on a branch of Solomon's Creek: Beginning at a pine amongst three pines pointers and runs thence S. 40 W. 20 chains to a stake among three pines then N. 50 W. 31 chains and 63 links to a stake and three pines then No. 40 Et 31 chains and 63 links to a corner then S. 50 Et 31 chains and 63 lengths to a corner then South forty West eleven chains 63 chains to the beginning as by the plat hereunto annexed doth appear together with all woods, waters, mines, minerals, hereditaments, and appurtenances to the said land belonging or appertaining. To hold to the said Samuel Skipper his heirs and assigns forever yielding and paying to us such sums of money yearly otherwise as our General Assembly from time to time may direct provided always that the said Samuel Skipper shall cause this grant to be registered in the Register's office within twelve months from the date hereof. Otherwise the same shall be void and of no effect. In testimony, whereof, we have caused our Great Seal to be here unto affixed. Witness Richard Caswell, Esq, our Governor, Captain, General, and Commander in Chief at Kingston the third day of September in the fourth year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord, One thousand seven hundred and seventy nine (1779). By His Excelly's. Comd. - Rd. Caswell. Wm. " Nottoway Indians of Southhampton Co., Va in 1600's. I would like additonal information and leads for more infomation if anyone has located any. So far I have Francis Skipper and son George1 and his son George2. George2 sold land in VA and settled in Anson, NC and George1 was Chiefman of the Nottoway from South Eastern VA/ North Easter NC NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


Mass. ?1640 Source William Skipper (M) - http://ourwebsite.org/jane/jane-p/p21.shtml - All info for this family from book, which also says "he was the great grandson of Richard Skipper of East Kirby who m. Audrey Grynne before 1492, the daughter of Ralph and granddaughter of Richard Grynne, whose heiress she was in 1492". Book cites The American Genealogist Oct 1943 for details about the Skipper (Skepper) family.1 Marriage Sarah (Fisher) and William Skipper had Sarah Skipper b. c 1640, d. 18 Dec 1710 Descendants of John Fairfield of Wenham, Massachusetts, Wynn Cowan Fairfield


Va. 1671 Norfolk County, Va Skipper / Scipper ? Francis - White Man and Ann his wife - ? Negro not sure


NC 1685 George1 Skeper Sr. / Skiper b abt 1685 sued in Bertie County NC by George Allen/ over servant Mary (Bailey), she may be related to Wat Bailey - Wat Bailey is one of the Chiefmen of the Nottoway George 1 Skeper/Skiper above had a son named George 2 Skiper. Are there anymore children?


Va. 1682 Land Office Grants Francis Skipper subject # 000739922 http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=139&last=&g_p=P7&collection=LO Patent title Cooper, Robert. 20 April 1682. Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. See also the following surname(s): Kooper. Location: Lower Norfolk County. Description: 200 acres according to the most ancient and lawful bounds thereof, which Francis Skipper, died seized of and was found to escheat. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 139 (Reel 7). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Cooper, Robert. grantee. Skipper, Francis. Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County Lower Norfolk County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century Land grants -- Virginia -- Lower Norfolk County. Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774. Library of Virginia. Archives. NOTE : This is the first Record I located for Francis Skipper in the library of Va. at http://ajax.lva.lib.va.us/F/9T9NKGFF6EL23TKQXK3HJG1IBC39TCKY2JCRBKA5YYT6KBFJ1P-02892?func=full-set-set&set_number=014560&set_entry=000001&format=999


Va. to NC ?1690 Husband: James Skipper Born: ABT. 1690 at: (Virginia) Married: UNKNOWN at: (Virginia or North Carolina) Died: AFT. 1766 at: (Onslow Co., North Carolina) Father:John Skipper Mother: ? Other Spouses: UNKNOWNS MAP Wife: ? Born: UNKNOWN at: ? Died: UNKNOWN at: ? Father: Mother: Other Spouses: ANCESTRAL CHILD Name: Joseph Skipper Born: ABT. 1730 at: (North Carolina) Married: ABT. 1750 at: (North Carolina) Died: 1794 at: Onslow Co., North Carolina Spouses: Jemima (lnu) JOHN SKIPPER - John's parents are unknown, and, despite claims, there is no evidence that he fathered James Skipper, who migrated from Virginia in the early 1700s to become the first of our Skipper line in Onslow Co., North Carolina, after passing through Northampton (Bertie) and Craven counties. John Skipper is said to have been born before 1650 in England, to have emigrated to Virginia in the mid to late 17th century, and to have died about 1700. His documented appearances are few. A person of his name witnessed a legal transaction in Middlesex Co., Virginia in 1682. The same John Skipper or another married Jane, widow of John Snowden, about 1686, administered Snowden's estate in nearby St. Marys Co., Maryland, and died before 1694, when his own estate was administered there by twice-widowed Jane, who lived past 1696. As the reputed father of James, John has sometimes been identified as "John Skipwith," usually casting him as a brother of prominent immigrants, Sir Grey Skipwith and Diana Skipwith Dale (above), who, in fact, had no such brother and are not known to have arrived in Virginia with other Skipwith relatives. Unfortunately (because a double tie to the Skipwiths in this family tree would be welcome), there is no easy fit of an immigrant named John to the well-established Skipwith ancestry. A more likely candidate than John for James Skipper's father was George Skipper, Sr., who owned property near that of James in Northampton Co, Va . in the mid-1720s and had a son, George, Jr., perhaps a brother of James Skipper , who lived next to James Skipper and, like him, moved south to Craven Co NC . in the early 1740s. - http://users.wirelessfrontier.net/~acree/yunknowns.html


Va 1690 ?1690 Husband: James Skipper Born: ABT. 1690 at: (Virginia) Married: UNKNOWN at: (Virginia or North Carolina) Died: AFT. 1766 at: (Onslow Co., North Carolina) Father:John Skipper Mother: ? Other Spouses: UNKNOWNS MAP Wife: ? Born: UNKNOWN at: ? Died: UNKNOWN at: ? Father: Mother: Other Spouses:


In the 1700's when British settlers finally made it inland as far as the Lumber River they discovered a most unusual tribe of Indians. These Indians spoke English! And practiced Christianity! They had British surnames, many of which were identical to the "Lost Colony" settlers. They had English customs and some of them had fair skin and grey eyes. In fact they claimed to be mixed with decendents of English settlers from some generations past. They were treated better than other tribes because of their affinity to the British.


Va. 1705 Virginia law that Indian and White mix are Mulatto.


1720 - Another George Skipper, born perhaps 1720, appears on the rolls of the Nottoway Indian reservation in 1750.


Va to NC 1720 George 2 Skiper - Chiefman of the Nottoway Indian Nations. He sold land in Southampton County Va., 2 Feb 1749. He also purchased land on 1 Feb 1749/50 in Anson County, NC. George 3 Skiper had sons
1. Barnabas Skiper born abt. 1744 - taxable Anson County, NC 1763.
2. Benjamin Skiper born abt 1745 - taxable Anson County, NC 1763
3. Samuel Skiper born abt ? NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?
NOTE: Are there anymore children?


NC James Skipper Dare County Roanoke River 1720 Nc Early Census Index.


NC Thomas Skipper Dare County Roanoke River 1720 NC Eatly Census Index.


NC George Skipper NC Chowan County 1721 NC Early Tax LIst.


NC Robert Skipper 1721 NC Chowan County NC Early Tax List.


Va and NC 1725 George 1 Skeper Sr. Above 1685, Bertie County NC - (Northampton) Land) from James Skeper 6 Aug 1725. Note: George 1 Skeper may be father of George 2 Skeper/Skipper born abt 1744 above.6/17/2005 - 1735 to 1808 Southampton Co., VA Indians Listed as Nottoway and Nansemond Indians on land deeds in Southampton, Virginia: 1735….King Edmunds, James Harrison, Ned, Peter, Robert Scoller Sam, Wanoke Robin, William Hines, Frank, Wanoke Robin Jr. Cockarons Tom, Cockarons Will. 1750….Sam, Frank, Jack Will, John Turner, Wat Bailey, George Skipper 1795….John Turner, Celia Rogers (a Nansemond), Suky Turner 1808 Special Census on Nottoway in Southampton: adults: Litteton Scholar, Tom Turner, Jemmy Wineoak, Edy Turner, Nancy Turner, Betsy Step - Children: Tom Step, Henry Turner, Alexander Rogers, John Woodson, Winny Woodson, Anny Woodson, Polly Woodson, Fanny Bartlett, Solomon Bartlett, Billy Woodson, Jenny Woodson JOHN HILLIARD of Northampton Co., planter to JOHN and SARAH HILLIARD my lawfull children 16 July 1746 my substance and estate in the following manner: to son JOHN, the plantation whereon I now live with the house and houses and all and everything thereunto belonging, also 5 negroes, 25 pounds lawfull and current money of Va., the cows and calves with 5 heifers, a horse bridle and saddle, a new bed and furniture etc. to my daughter SARAH, that plantation I purchased of JAMES SKIPPER, 5 negroes, 25 pounds lawful money of Va. etc. Wit: EBEN VINE, ROBERT HILLIARD, ANN FRAZIER X her mark Reg. Northampton Co. Aug. Ct. 1746 Robert Forster C. Ct. Pp. 192-193: 13 Feb. 1765 GEORGE SKIPPER of Anson, planter, to BARNBA SKIPPER, for L20 proc. money...50 A adj. MR. GRIFFUTHS, granted to JOHN CLARK, 200 A on N side PD, near mouth of Little Creek, conveyed from CLARK to SKIPPER 1 Feb 1749...GEO. SKIPPER (SEAL), Wit: SAML SNEAD, JOHN CRAWFORD, THOS. MOORMAN Recd. L20 of BARNABA SKIPPER 14 Feb 1765. GEO. SKIPPER (SEAL).


Nc 1730 Joseph Skipper Born: ABT. 1730 at: (North Carolina) Married: ABT. 1750 at: (North Carolina) Died: 1794 at: Onslow Co., North Carolina Spouses: Jemima (lnu)


Va. and NC 1735/1808 - 1735 to 1808 Southampton Co., VA Indians Listed as Nottoway and Nansemond Indians on land deeds in Southampton, Virginia: 1735….King Edmunds, James Harrison, Ned, Peter, Robert Scoller Sam, Wanoke Robin, William Hines, Frank, Wanoke Robin Jr. Cockarons Tom, Cockarons Will. 1750….Sam, Frank, Jack Will, John Turner, Wat Bailey, George Skipper 1795….John Turner, Celia Rogers (a Nansemond), Suky Turner 1808 Special Census on Nottoway in Southampton: adults: Litteton Scholar, Tom Turner, Jemmy Wineoak, Edy Turner, Nancy Turner, Betsy Step - Children: Tom Step, Henry Turner, Alexander Rogers, John Woodson, Winny Woodson, Anny Woodson, Polly Woodson, Fanny Bartlett, Solomon Bartlett, Billy Woodson, Jenny Woodson JOHN HILLIARD of Northampton Co., planter to JOHN and SARAH HILLIARD my lawfull children 16 July 1746 my substance and estate in the following manner: to son JOHN, the plantation whereon I now live with the house and houses and all and everything thereunto belonging, also 5 negroes, 25 pounds lawfull and current money of Va., the cows and calves with 5 heifers, a horse bridle and saddle, a new bed and furniture etc. to my daughter SARAH, that plantation I purchased of JAMES SKIPPER, 5 negroes, 25 pounds lawful money of Va. etc. Wit: EBEN VINE, ROBERT HILLIARD, ANN FRAZIER X her mark Reg. Northampton Co. Aug. Ct. 1746 Robert Forster C. Ct. Pp. 192-193: 13 Feb. 1765 GEORGE SKIPPER of Anson, planter, to BARNBA SKIPPER, for L20 proc. money...50 A adj. MR. GRIFFUTHS, granted to JOHN CLARK, 200 A on N side PD, near mouth of Little Creek, conveyed from CLARK to SKIPPER 1 Feb 1749...GEO. SKIPPER (SEAL), Wit: SAML SNEAD, JOHN CRAWFORD, THOS. MOORMAN Recd. L20 of BARNABA SKIPPER 14 Feb 1765. GEO. SKIPPER (SEAL).


NC and SC 1735/1764 Colony of North Carolina 1735-1764 Abstracts of Land Patents I found this - George Skipper March21 1742 200 acres in Craven County, Nc on the N side of Neuse river joining the Mouth of a Branch, the fork of a branch, and the river The autor name is Margaret M Hofmann This might be your George Skipper . Craven County NC is located north east of columbus county. The Barnabus Skipper that I am looking for was born prior to 1790. I have no other information except that his father's name was George Skipper. His son is Isaac W. Skipper . He was born before 1790. I don't know any other information on him except his son was Isaac W. Skipper Jr, born abt. 1775. Isaac W. Skipper Jr. was born in Brunswick Co, NC and was married to Ann (??) . They had 3 sons, 1. Needham Benton Skipper , 2. Riveria Quincy Skipper , and 3. Lawson Kinnear Skipper . Barnabus Skipper who is the son of George Skipper and the father of Isaac Skipper. The family is from Brunswick Co, NC. They also had connections in Columbus Co. and Horry, SC


SC 1739 SC Archives - Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0005 Page: 00388 Item: 02 Date: 1739/04/24 Description: PINCKNEY, CHARLES, MEMORIAL FOR 3 TRACTS, ONE FOR 500 ACRES ON MCKAYS CREEK, ST. HELENAS PARISH, SUMMARIZING A CHAIN OF TITLE TO A GRANT TO WILLIAM OSBORNE, ONE FOR 80 ACRES ON PORT ROYAL SOUND, SUMMARIZING A CHAIN OF TITLE TO A GRANT TO JOHN SKIPPER OF MARCH 6, 1717, AND ONE FOR 175 ACRES ON CHARLESTON NECK, SUMMARIZING A CHAIN OF TITLE TO A GRANT TO STEPHEN BULL OF DEC. 16, 1676. (2 PAGES) Names Indexed: PINCKNEY, CHARLES / OSBORNE, WILLIAM / OSBORNE, HELENA / SKIPPER, JOHN / MCCLELEN, JAMES / PARTRIDGE, NATHANIEL / ELLIOTT, THOMAS / PENDARVIS, JOSEPH / BULL, STEPHEN / Locations: MCKAYS CREEK / SAINT HELENAS PARISH / PORT ROYAL SOUND / CHARLESTON NECK / SAINT PHILIPS PARISH / COOPER RIVER / BERKELEY COUNTY Type: MEMORIAL / NOTE: This is close to Charleston SC not any where close to Cheraw or Chesterfield where my ancestors came from......


NC and SC and Tenn 1740? Barnabas SKIPPER who married Temperence was the son of Barnabas Skipper b. 1740 (Prob) Craven Co., NC > Anson Co., NC >Marlboro Co., SC and died in Marlboro SC 1800-1810. This older Barnabas' son, Silas Skipper b. 1774-1784 NC died bef 1830 in Marlboro Co., SC, brother to your Barnabas Skipper , Udie Skipper , was the father of Arthur Skipper b. 1800 Marlboro Co., SC who went to TN about the time that Barnabus Skipper and Temperance died -- before 1830. Now, I have Barnabus Skipper b. 1740 tentavely listed as the son of George SKIPPER, Jr. b. about 1720 and died in Anson Co., NC, son of George SKIPPER, Sr. b. ca. 1693 prob. Bertie Co. NC (area later became Northampton Co.) >Craven Co., NC > d. after 1763 Anson Co., NC and his wife, Mary BAILEY b. ca 1705 d. unknown.He was not alive at the time of Charity's birth, Barnabas Skipper, his son, was living in NC, SC during this time period. He married his wife, Temperance (?) , in about 1810, so it is possible that he had an Indian wife prior to that. In fact, Barnabas Skippers mother was Indian, Mary (Bailey).


NC and SC 1740 Other "evidence" that has lead me to my conclusions are the frequency of first names that are among Abraham Skipper, John Skipper , and Isaac Skipper desendents that were in Barnabas Skippers family. Among these are Needham Skipper , John Skipper , Silas Skipper , Barnabas Skipper , Barnaby Skipper , etc. Barnabus Skipper b. ca 1740 went to Marlboro Co., SC before 1800 and is listed in the census there, as is his son John Skipper , so the John Skipper in 1800 Brunswick Co., NC is not his.


NC 1744 Barnabas Skiper b abt 1744. Taxable on Tithe Anson County NC 1763. May be the son of George 2 Skiper year born ??. Children of Banabas/ Barnabus Skipper are ?
1. John Skipper
2. James Skipper
3. Isaac Skipper


NC 1745 Benjamin Skiper b abt 1744, taxable on the Anson County NC 1763. May be son of George 2 Skiper year born ??.


Va. 1749 George2 Skiper Feb 1749 sold land Southampton County, Virginia.


NC 1749/1759 Anson County NC : Record of Deeds 1749-1759, Vols. A,B,C-1: roll # C.005.40001 North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC - 62 Skipper George indenture


1750 Another George Skipper, born perhaps 1720, appears on the rolls of the Nottoway Indian reservation in 1750.


NOTE: NC 175? American Geneological Biographical Index (AGB) Benjamin Skipper born abt 175? NC vol 160 page 202, heads of fams. at the 1st US Census NC by US bureau of Census Washington 1908, (292p):46


Va. Now we find out how the Skippers come into the picture. In 1750 George Skipper is living on the Nottoway Indian reservation in Southampton, Virginia. He is likely the son of George Skipper and Mary (Bailey). The Baileys were Nottoway Indians. George is known as "a chief man of the Nottoway Indians" and helps oversee the sale of the reservation lands that took place in 1749 or thereabouts.

VA. , NC, SC When the Nottoways sold their lands many of them apparently moved to the Indian refuge on the NC/SC border. Remember, it was not always safe to be an Indian in those days. We've all heard the old saying "The only good Indian is a dead Indian." So many of these full and mixed blood people banded together for protection and comradery.


NC ?1750 Email - From: Sandy Skipper < sws@cyberg8t.com > Subject: SKIPPER surname Date: Sat, 08 Nov 1997 17:20:56 -0800 Can anyone claim the following? All hail from the Brunswick Co. NC and / or New Hanover Co., NC, general area. - Clemonds SKIPPER born mid 1700's - Isaac W. SKIPPER born late 1700's - Needham Benton SKIPPER born ca. 1806 - Riviera Q. SKIPPER born ca. 1817 (AKA Riven Q.) - George Washington SKIPPER born Apr. 13, 1827 - Lawson Kenner SKIPPER born Dec. 23, 1829 Desperately awaiting an affirmative response.


NC and TENN 1755 Natham Skipper b abt 1755 in Onslow NC father was Joseph Skipper death was Maury Co., Tenn.


NC 1759 SC Archives - ??? Thomas Skipper Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0007 Page: 00047 Item: 03 Date: 1759/02/21 Description: SKIPPER, THOMAS, PLAT FOR 250 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY NC. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, THOMAS / LEIGH, EGERTON / THOMSON, HUGH / Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY / LITTLE PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT / Topics: /


NC 1759 SC Archives - ????? Series Number: S213019 Volume: 0009 Page: 00211 Item: 00 Date: 1759/10/13 Description: SKEPPER, THOMAS, LAND GRANT FOR 250 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY NC . Names Indexed: SKEPPER, THOMAS // Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY NC / Type: LAND GRANT/


1760? *******MY Ancestor ********* Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b abt. 1760 m. Sarah had ? I figured Hughs age by the 1790 Cheraw District SC Census and the 1776 military record. Any and all help highly appreciated. Thanks, Ann at ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com.......
Hugh *Gilbert Skipper1 b 1760 m. Sarah (?) had the following children.
Hugh Gilbert Skipper2 b. 1797 and Isaac Skipper b.1802.
Your line continues through Gilbert as you know.
1. Jesse J. Skipper b. 1825
2. Martha A. Skipper b. 1832
3. Sarah Lucretia Skipper b. 1834
4. Hagan M. Skipper b. 1836
5. Jane T. Skipper b. 1840
6. Margaret Skipper b. 1840
7. Thomas James Skipper b. June 6,1842 - My Line *******ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
8. Stephen H. Skipper b. 1844
9. Samuel C. Skipper b. 1846
10. James Skipper b. 1858
1860 census of Darlington County, South Carolina shows this.


NC 1762/1766 Anson County, North Carolina Vol. 3: 1762-1766: Roll #C.005.40003 ANSON County Record of Deeds 1761-1769, Vols. 5,3,H-1: North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, N.C. - 268 George and Barnaba bill of sale - 273 George and Barnaba indenture - Surname for both Skipper


NC 1763 Barnaba Skipper taxpayer in Anson County, NC ( Taxpayers 1701 - 1786 )., Benjamin Skipper Early Census Index, George Skipper in Anson County NC Tax List


1765 George2 Skipper / Skiper sold horses to Barnabus Skipper


NC 1765 Silas Skipper age 85 b abt 1765 in NC, male lived in Marlboro County SC in 1850.


1767 - 1771 Regulator Petition Barnaby Skipper and George Skipper sign.


NC 1769 Lawson Kinnear 1769: Oct 09 - 9 October 1769 Petition of Inhabitants of Anson Co NC . . . for series of grievances on taxes, officials, etc. Signed: William Thomason, Abraham Pelyou [sic], John Bennett, Barnabee Skipper, Abraham Bellew, Elisha Thomson, and John Thompson [Colonial Records of NC Vol VIII 1769-1771 p75-80]11


NC 1770 SC Archives - ??????? Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0019 Page: 00501 Item: 01 Date: 1770/10/15 Description: SKIPPER, GEORGE, PLAT FOR 100 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY NC . Names Indexed: SKIPPER, GEORGE / DOZER, JOHN / BREMAR, JOHN / Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY NC / BLACK RIVER Type: PLAT........I need to see who this Dozer and Skipper are if maybe on my line??????..........My mom's maiden name was Dozier, not known if related??????


NC 1771 SC Archives - ???????? Series Number: S213019 Volume: 0023 Page: 00319 Item: 00 Date: 1771/04/10 Description: SKIPPER, GEORGE, LAND GRANT FOR 100 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY NC . Names Indexed: SKIPPER, GEORGE // Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY NC / Type: LAND GRANT/


NC and SC??? 1772 thru 1777 SC , NC , or ?Va. NOTE: I'm guessing here only........I have gave my Hugh or Gilbert or Hugh Gilbert Skipper a 30 yr time frame for the birth of his son Hugh Gilbert Skipper My Ancestor born in ?NC. ......He would have been age 20 in 1777, age 25 in 1772, and age 30 in 1767......so I figure he was born sometime between 1760 thru 1777......Now I just need to try and find some other type of document on him in SC...... So far Nov. 18, 2006 nothing found.......I have been looking for many many many years with no luck.......Hugh's son Hugh Gilbert Skipper was born in NC about 1797 in ?NC or SC , and was married to ?.........Father Hugh Skipper and Mother Sarah (?) are in the Cheraw Area in Chesterfield County SC Census........MY SkipperAncestors in the 1790 Census Cheraw District........1900 Sumter SC Census.......1880 Sumter County Census........Dang all these ancestor's moved around alot........Thats all I know for now. Hugh Skipper and Sarah in SC, Census 1790 Cheraw District Chesterfield County .....had 2 children 1. Hugh Gilbert Skipper born abt 1797 in ?NC or SC 2. Issac Skipper born abt 1802


NC 1772 There were Skippers in Brunswick Co. NC in 1772 ( Moses and Clemonds Skipper ) and in Bladen Co. in 1763 (Jos., Fred, and Hardy) from which Brunswick was formed. I strongly suspect that the Brunswick Co. Skippers descended from some of these.


NC 1772 Jan. Anson County, NC page 74 Barnaby Skipper and Page 108 Benjamin Skipper


NC 1775 Barnabus that I am looking for was born prior to 1790. I have no other information except that his father's name was George Skipper. His son is Isaac W. Skipper He was born before 1790. I don't know any other information on him except his son was Isaac W. Skipper Jr, born abt. 1775. Isaac W. Skipper Jr. was born in Brunswick Co, NC and was married to Ann (??). They had 3 sons, Needham Benton, Riveria Quincy, and Lawson Kinnear 1769: Oct 09 - 9 October 1769 Petition of Inhabitants of Anson Co . . . for series of grievances on taxes, officials, etc. Signed: William Thomason, Abraham Pelyou [sic], John Bennett, Barnabee Skipper, Abraham Bellew, Elisha Thomson, and John Thompson [Colonial Records of NC Vol VIII 1769-1771 p75-80]11


1775 the approximate date of birth of Issac W. Skipper, Jr. He was the father of Needam Benton Skipper , Riveria Quincy, and Lawson Kinnear. If you have any informaation about Issac's anncestors I would love to have it. I haave found the following names listed as ancestors but I have nothing other than names. Issac, Barnabas, George, George and Francis.



NC ? 1776/1794 Barney B. Skipper, b. 1776-1794, possibly in Onslow Co., NC


SC 1776 SC Archives - ****************My Ancestor ***********Series Number: S108092 Reel: 0135 Frame: 00138 ignore: 00 Date: 1776 C. OR LATER Description: SKIPPER, GILBERT, ACCOUNT AUDITED (FILE NO. 7068) OF CLAIMS GROWING OUT OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, GILBERT // - NOTE: I have found nothing else on my ancestor Gilbert Skipper before 1776. Any and all help highly appreciated at this point of time......Thanks, Ann at ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


Va. ? William Scipper who served in the American Revolution in Capt. Robert Todd's Co., Clark's Illinois Regt. of VA State troops.


Sc , Nc, Ky, Tenn., to IL. 1777 RICHARD SKIPPER, b. 1777 SC; d. 1850 Jackson Co IL. He married SARAH (??) abt 1802 and they lived for a time in NC, then migrated abt 1810 into the area of southern KY / northern TN (Monroe / Cumberland Co KY and Overton / Jackson Co TN). In 1840, he was Warren Co KY, then was in IL by 1842. In about 1823, Richard starts showing up in records as Richard SKIPWORTH, but the name SKIPPER has been used by some members of the family interchangeably even into modern times.


SC and IL. 1777 Richard Skipper/Skipworth was born abt 1777; the IL death index says he was born in SC. Richard' sons Redding, b. 1803 and James b. 1806 have birthplace of NC on most census.


NC 1778 Byrd Cornet, born say 1760, enlisted in the North Carolina Continental Line on 20 July 1778 [N.C. Historical & Genealogical Register II:581]. He was living in Northampton County, North Carolina, between 24 June 1783 and September 1790 when he was paid money by the estate of Thomas Deloatch [Gammon, Records of Estates, Northampton County, I:72], and he paid one pound to the St. George Parish, Northampton County NC wardens on 4 June 1798 [CR 71.927.1, fol. 34]. Byrd was head of a Northampton County household of 8 "other free" and 3 slaves in 1790 [NC:75] and was counted as "other free" in the Chatham County census in 1800, called "Hew Bird Cornet" [NC:196]. On 14 June 1819 he married Betsy Skippey (Skipper?) , Cumberland County, North Carolina bond, Daniel Munroe bondsman. He may have been the father of i. Ned, head of a Pasquotank County household of 2 "other free" and one slave in 1810 [NC:892].


Va. 1779 Based on the Microfilmed George Rogers Clark Papers At the Virginia State Library and Archives - 1782-2-481-483-June 30, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the stores to issue 1 shirt to William Skipper.


NC 1779 - " SAMUEL SKIPPER 100 ACRES NO. 126 (from Book A page 26) STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA RECORDED IN THE SECRETARY OFFICE JNO. BRANCH P. SEC. TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREETING: KNOW ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of fifty shillings for every hundred acres hereby granted paid into our treasury by Samuel Skipper have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Samuel Skipper a tract of land containing one hundred acres lying and being in our County of Anson of the East side of Pee Dee on a branch of Solomon's Creek: Beginning at a pine amongst three pines pointers and runs thence S. 40 W. 20 chains to a stake among three pines then N. 50 W. 31 chains and 63 links to a stake and three pines then No. 40 Et 31 chains and 63 links to a corner then S. 50 Et 31 chains and 63 lengths to a corner then South forty West eleven chains 63 chains to the beginning as by the plat hereunto annexed doth appear together with all woods, waters, mines, minerals, hereditaments, and appurtenances to the said land belonging or appertaining. To hold to the said Samuel Skipper his heirs and assigns forever yielding and paying to us such sums of money yearly otherwise as our General Assembly from time to time may direct provided always that the said Samuel Skipper shall cause this grant to be registered in the Register's office within twelve months from the date hereof. Otherwise the same shall be void and of no effect. In testimony, whereof, we have caused our Great Seal to be here unto affixed. Witness Richard Caswell, Esq, our Governor, Captain, General, and Commander in Chief at Kingston the third day of September in the fourth year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord, One thousand seven hundred and seventy nine. By His Excelly's. Comd. - Rd. Caswell. Wm. " Nottoway Indians of South hampton Co., Va in 1600's. NOTE: Is this the same Samual that was hung with his father George Skipper 2 ?????.......NOTE: Did he have a family when he was hung with his father? NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


NC 1779/1838 RICHMOND COUNTY, NC CENSUS - Tax Lists 1779-1838 - John Snead 486 Thomas Skipper


SC 1784 - Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0007 Page: 00239 Item: 02 Date: 1784 /08/12 Description: SKIPPER, SAMUEL, PLAT FOR 200 ACRES ON INDIAN CREEK, CHERAWS DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, SAMUEL / CRAIG, ALEXANDER / LOCKWOOD / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / INDIAN CREEK / THOMPSON CREEK / PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC 1785 - Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0001 Page: 00219 Item: 00 Date: 1785 /02/02 Description: DISMUKES, GEORGE, PLAT FOR 250 ACRES ON INDIAN CREEK, CHERAWS DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: DISMUKES, GEORGE / CRAIG, ALEXANDER / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / PEE DEE RIVER /I NDIAN CREEK Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC 1785 - Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0002 Page: 00173 Item: 02 Date: 1785/03/01 Description: BELL, WILLIAM, PLAT FOR 100 ACRES ON THOMPSONS CREEK, CHERAWS DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY WILLIAM POWE. Names Indexed: BELL, WILLIAM/POWE, WILLIAM / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / THOMPSON CREEK Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


NC 1785 Soloman Quick in Richmond County NC.


NC 1786 Barnabus Skipper Richmond County, NC Court Records / state and colonial census page 001 Nc early census and Benjamin Skipper .


SC 1786 SC Archives - Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0012 Page: 00243 Item: 00 Date: 1786/12/12 Description: CRAIG, ALEXANDER, PLAT FOR 950 ACRES ON THOMPSONS AND INDIAN CREEKS, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: CRAIG, ALEXANDER / PURVES, GILBERT / PASLAY, ROBERT / PRESTWOOD, WILLIAM / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / DISMUK, GEORGE / YARBOROUGH, JOEL / CARTER, WILLIAM / CLARY, JOHN / DAVIS, THOMAS / LOCKWOOD, JOSHUA Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / CHESTERFIELD COUNTY / PEE DEE RIVER / THOMPSON CREEK / INDIAN CREEK / MILL BRANCH Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?



NC, SC, Ga. 1787? Barnabus Skipper In Anson County N.C owning some land in this County in the early to late 1700 was in a book at the Gaston County Library showing records of land owners in North Carolina not sure if this is your Barnabus. But there was also a Benjamin Skipper i think i recall reading they had land joining each other. Skipper, believe may be Barnabus, lived in SC who had following children: 1. Benjamin, b. 1787, SC, d. aft 1850 (Laurens?) GA; 2. Daniel,b. 1788, SC, d. 18547, GA; 3. Barney B., b. bet 1776-1794; 4. Elizabeth; 5. John; 6. Joseph. Have a bit more; i.e., spouses, etc. My great grandmother was Rachael dau. of Benjamin. She was b. abt 1832, Laurens Co., GA, d. aft 1870 Laurens?, GA. Married Mark Bellflower, Apr 20, 1856. Children 1. John W. and 2. Wright Allen (grandfather). Barnabas is listed with 4 males over the age of 16 and 1 son under 16 in Richmond Co. in 1790 census. HIs four youngest sons, Barnabas, Isaac, John and Silas would have fallen in this category. Barnabas would have been about 10 in 1790. Barnabas' brother, Benjamin is listed in the Richmond Co. at the same time with 2 males over 16.Abraham who could be Barnabas' son was listed in Brunswick Co. with 1 male over 16 and 2 under 16 and 3 females. Since Barnabas' son was born between 1745 and 1755, it is reasonable to think that this could very well be Barnabas' son, Abraham. The only other Abraham Skippers listed in 1790 Census were Abraham and Abraham Jr. in Georgetown, SC. One can assume that Jr. was the son of the Abraham in SC. Jr. had 1 male over 16 and 3 males under 16 and 3 females in his household. This would lead me to believe that Jr. would be the father of at least 4 children in 1790. If his father were Barnabas' son that would mean that he would be about 35 to 45 years old. If he fathered Abham Jr. when he was about 20, Jr. would be about 25 years old in 1790. Althougth it could be possible, I think it unlikely, therefor I concluded that the Abraham Skipper in Brunswick Co was the son of Barnabas. It further makes sense to me that his younger brothers, John and then Isaac would follow him to Brunswick Co NC . John is listed in Brunswick Co. with 1 male over 16 and 3 females. In the1800 Census in Brusnwick Co., NC, he is listed with 1 white male under 10 and 1 up to 45 and 1 white female from 10 to 16, 1 from 16 to 26, and 1 from 26 to 45.


NC 1788 Ann Quick in Richmond County NC married a ?


SC 1788 SC Archives - ???????????? Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0022 Page: 00367 Item: 02 Date: 1788/05/22 Description: SKIPPER, SAMUEL, PLAT FOR 300 ACRES ON BRANCH OF BLACK CREEK, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ALEXANDER CRAIG. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, SAMUEL / CRAIG, ALEXANDE / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / BLACK CREEK/PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT/ - ..........NOTE: lived in the same Cheraw area as my ancestors, not known if related..........??????? Did he have a family?
NOTE: Samual was hung along with his father......... NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind? NOTE: The reason I wonder if he had a family is because I have not been able to locate any information on my ancestor Hugh Skipper before 1790 living in the Cheraw area below???????


NC 1790? or earlier Barnabus that I am looking for was born prior to 1790. I have no other information except that his father's name was George Skipper. His son is Isaac W Skipper . He was born before 1790. I don't know any other information on him except his son was Isaac W. Skipper Jr, born abt. 1775. Isaac W. Jr. was born in Brunswick Co, NC and was married to Ann. They had 3 sons, Needham Benton Skipper , Riveria Quincy Skipper , and Lawson Kinnear Skipper 1769: Oct 09 - 9 October 1769 Petition of Inhabitants of Anson Co . . . for series of grievances on taxes, officials, etc. Signed: William Thomason, Abraham Pelyou [sic], John Bennett, Barnabee Skipper, Abraham Bellew, Elisha Thomson, and John Thompson [Colonial Records of NC Vol VIII 1769-1771 p75-80]11


NC 1790 Below are SKIPPER households in NC and SC that had sons under 16 in 1790. One of these households may have been Richard's family. If anyone has solid information on the names of the under 16 males in these families


NC 1790 Brunswick Co NC - pg 359 - Moses - 1 male over 16, 3 males under 16, 2 females - Abraham - 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females pg 361 - Isaac Skipper 1-2-0-0-0 - Clemon Skipper 1-2-3-0-0 - Jesse Skipper 1-1-1-0-0


NC 1790 Census Brunswick NC Abraham Skipper , James Skipper , John Skipper , Moses Skipper


NC 1790 Onslow Co NC - pg 16- Nathan - 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females pg 16 - Joseph - 1 male over 16, 4 males under 16, 2 females


NC 1790 Richmond Co NC - pg 47 - Barnabas - 4 males over 16, 1 male under 16, 1 female page 182 and Benjamin Skipper page 172.


SC 1790 Cheraws Dist SC - * Check to see if this is my Sarah with Skipper ? pg 373 - Sarah - 1 male over 15, 2 males under 16, 3 females


SC 1790 Georgetown Dist SC - Prince George Twshp pg 56 - William Skipper - 1 male over 16,1 male under 16,5 females
- Arthur ? - 1 male over 16,2 under 16,3 females
- Charles - 1 male over 16, 2 under 16, 3 females
- Abraham - 2 males over 16,2 males under 16,2 females
- Mary - 1 male over 16, 2 under 16, 3 females
- Abraham Jun. - 1 male over 16,3 under 16 ,3 females
- John - 1 male over 16,2 under 16 ,1 female


NC 1790 Dobbs Co NC - James Scipper 1-2-5-0-0 -Jacob Scipper 1-6-2-0-0


NC 1790 Census Barnabus Skipper ? Partially Native American


NC 1790 Census Dobbs NC Jacob Scipper, and James Scipper


NC 179? Anson County NC near ? Land Benj. Skipper - 2nd corner


*1790 Census * My Ancestor - Gilbert Skipper Cheraw Chesterfield County SC - no idea who his parents were. No other information located on Hugh or Gilbert or Hugh Gilbert Skipper.


1790 Federal Census Cheraw District -
360 5 Skipper Gilbert 1 0 1 0 0 *******MY Ancestor******ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
360 7 Shipper* Eliza 1 0 1 0 0 *Skipper
p. 373 1 Skipper Sarah 1 2 3 0 0


SC 1790 Census Solomon Quick Cheraw SC


NC 1790 Census Brunswick County NC
Richard Dozier
James Skipper
John Skipper
Moses Skipper


SC and NC 1790 James Skipper age 70 b abt 1790 in SC Wolf Pitt , Richmond NC male post office Rockingham , house carpenter, Lucinda Skipper age 24 b NC domestic, Martha Skipper age 18, Sallie Skipper age 10, Elizabeth Skipper age 8, William Skipper age 2


? NC 1779 - 1838 Tax List Thomas Skipper 250 acres


? NC 1792 Sheriff Tax Book Benjamin Skipper


SC 1792 SC Archives - ?????????? Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0031 Page: 00532 Item: 02 Date: 1792/11/28 Description: SKIPPER, JOHN, PLAT FOR 150 ACRES ON SOUTH WEST SIDE OF BLACK CREEK, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOSIAH CANTEY. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, JOHN / CANTEY, JOSIAH / SKIPPER, GEORGE / Locations: CHERAWS DISTRICT / BLACK CREEK Type: PLAT/.......lived in the same Cheraw District as my Ancestor, not known if related??????????


SC 1792 Railey Deed Record - Source of submission: Register of Deeds, Kershaw Co., S.C. Apt. F, drawer 59 - 72, Roll 64 - COURT RECORDS - Chesterfield Co.,S.C.-17 Dec. 1792 To all to whom these presents shall come or may or any misconcerns to Allen Chapman, Esq. Coroner of chesterfield Co. in the state of S.C. aforesaid and greeting Whereas by virtue of a certain Writ of --- Facias issue? from and out of the county court of chesterfield to me directed I have in pursuance thereof lately siezed and taken in executed a certain Plantation or Tract of land situated in Chesterfield Co. aforesaid on Lynches Creek containing 300 acres more or less whereon Charles Railey now lives bounding by land in all sides at the time of the original survey -- and for the property of James Homes deceased to satisfy and answer the cost and damage in a certain suit which George Skipper had then lately recovered before the Justices of the said Co. Court against the adm. of said estate as by the said Writ of Fiose? Facias was directed and commanded and Whereas also I have this day pursuant to the descretion of the law in such case made and provided set up and --- to public sale or out cry the said Tract of land with the appertenances to the highest and best bidder and at or upon such sale or out cry Lovick Rochell was the highest and best bid for the said tract of land at and for the price and sum of 56 pounds sterling. Now therfore know all that I the said allen Chapman by virtue of the said Writ of Fine Facias in pursuance of the directions of the law in such cases made and provided and the power by law in me vested in consideration of the sum of 56 pounds sterling to me in hand paid the said Lovick Rochell at and before the sealing and delivery of the receipt whereof I do hereby ack. have granted sold ---- transferred and set over and by these presents do grant and alien transfer and set over unto him the said Lovick Rochell his heirs and asigns all and singular the said plantation or tract of land above mentioned situate lying and being on Lynches Creek in --- set my hand and seal of Office at Chesterfield Court House this first day of Dec. in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety two and in the seventeenth year of the American Independance. Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Joseph Booth, Joel Bullard Allen Chapman, Coroner (Drawing of land plat) State of S.C.,Chesterfield Co.-Personally appeared before me Alexander Craig, clerk of the County Court of Chesterfield Joseph Booth who being duly sworn saith that he was present and did see Allen Chapman Coroner of the said Co. sign seal and as his act and deed deliver the---- instrument of writing for the uses and purposes there in contained and that he saw Joel Ballard subscribed his name to the same as a witness together with himself. Sworn to before me this 17th Dec. 1792 Alex. Craig Clk.CC. Joseph Booth Chesterfield Co. Clerks Office recorded in Bk. no.2 pages 627 this 19th day of Dec. 1792 and examined by Alex. Craig, Clk. CC.................... This George Skipper and Deed are in the same area as my ancestors in Chesterfiled County SC., not known if related????????


NC and SC 1793 Barnabus Skipper sold 1500 acres in NC and In 1800 appears in Marlboro County SC with John Skipper and Silas Skipper......NOTE: NO WILL Known at time of death......



Penn. 1793 Reeder FISH, who was born 5 June, 1793, in Pennsylvania. He was the son of Benjamin and Sarah (Reader) Fish. Reeder married Susanna F. Clayton on 20 September, 1819. Susanna died in 1844, in Beaver county. Reeder and his family lived in Beaver county, Pennsylvania during the 1840's and 50's. They had 9 children: 1. Ruth Ann, b. 1820, married William McMaster of Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania; 2. Reeder McCandless, b. 1822, d. 1823; 3. Reeder McCandless, b. 1824; 4. Mary Jane, b. 1826; 5. Rachel Susanna, b. 1828, married Andrew Graham in 1849, in Beaver county, PA.; 6. Benjamin Clayton, b. 1831, d. 1850 in Beaver county; 7. John Ferrier, b. 1835; 8. Charlotte Eliza, b. 1837, d. 1838; 9. Sarah Hannah, b. 1839, d. 1848 in Beaver county. Pa. Fish Reeder remarried in 1851 to Jane Skipper


NC 1793 Civil Skipper age 67 born abt 1793 in NC in 1860 Census living in Northwest District Brunswick NC female Post Office Roberson, Agness Skipper age 20.


NC 1793 Helen Skipper age 67 born abt 1793 in NC, Columbus, Helen Millican age 30, Mary C. Kipper age 14, Needham Skipper age 7 , Franklin Skipper age 5, Elizabeth Skipper age 3, Yancy Skipper age 2.12.


NC 1794 Mary Skipper age 66 born abt 1794 in NC, Cooper Gap , Polk, NC 1860 Census, female, post office Cooper Gap, Thomas Skipper age 33 fatmer b NC, Judy A. Skipper age 38 B tenn., Jas A. Skipper age 9, John G. Skipper age 7, Elendor L. Skipper age 6, Mary E. Skipper age 4, Sarah A.R. Skipper age 3, Martha M. Skipper age 1, Mary Skipper age 66.


NC 1795 Benjamin Skipper NC Richmond Co., NC Early Census Index. and Thomaas Skipper in Early Census Index Richmond Co., NC


SC 1796 SC Archives - ???????????????? Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00547 Item: 02 Date: 1796/01/23 Description: SKIPPER, JOHN, PLAT FOR 500 ACRES ON BLACK CREEK, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOSIAH CANTEY. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, JOHN / CANTEY, JOSIAH/ SKIPPER, GEORGE / Locations: BLACK CREEK / CHERAWS DISTRICT Type: PLAT/.......this George lived in the same Cheraw area as my Ancestors, not known if related........


NC Effy Skipper age 53 b abt 1797 in NC female Living in Marlboro Sc in 1850. and Elizabeth Skipper age 55 b abt 1795 NC female lived in Marlboro Co., Sc in 1850


SC*1797 Hugh Gilbert Skipper b. 1797 and Isaac Skipper b.1802. ***MY Ancestors ****ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
Your line continues through Gilbert as you know.
1. Jesse J. Skipper b. 1825
2. Martha A. Skipper b. 1832
3. Sarah Lucretia Skipper b. 1834
4. Hagan M. Skipper b. 1836
5. Jane T. Skipper b. 1840
6. Margaret Skipper b. 1840
* 7. Thomas James Skipper b. June 6,1842 My Line Ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
8. Stephen H. Skipper b. 1844
9. Samuel C. Skipper b. 1846
10. James Skipper b. 1858
1860 census of Darlington County, South Carolina shows this.


SC 1798 SC Archives - *************My Ancestor ********* Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0037 Page: 00119 Item: 03 Date: 1798/09/21 Description: SKIPPER, GILBERT, PLAT FOR 150 ACRES ON BOGGY SWAMP, CHERAW DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY WILLIAM LIDE FOR PHILIP DOSSET ON NOVEMBER 26, 1789. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, GILBERT / DOSSET, PHILIP/LIDE, WILLIAM / Locations: BOGGY SWAMP/PEE DEE RIVER/CHERAWS DISTRICT Type: PLAT/


SC 1800 Barnabus Skipper In 1800 appears in Marlboro County SC with John Skipper and Silas Skipper......NO WILL


NC 1800 Isaac Scipper is listed in Brunswick County, NC Census with 8 all other free in 1800. Isaac Skipper is listed in 1810 Brunswick County, NC Census 0 males under 10, 5 from 10 to 15, 3 from 15 to 25, 1 male 45 and over, 0 females under 10, 1 from 10 to 15, 1 from 15 to 25, 1 from 25 to 45. It was common to list those with Indian ancestors as other free and then later to be listed as white.


NC or SC *1800 *My Ancestor - Gilbert Skipper born abt 1797 - 1800 in NC or SC *? 1802 - Isaac Skipper b.1802 may be brother to my Hugh Skipper according to Joy in a Email to Ann.......ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


SC 1800 Kershaw County SC Census George Scippen


NC 1800 Daniel Skipper age 60 born abt. 1800s in NC In 1860 lived in Marlboro County Sc in Bennettsville.


SC 1804 - NOTE: Samuel Skipper lived in the same Cheraw area as my ancestors, not known if related..........??????? NOTE: ? Who was Samuel's father and mother? Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind? 1804 SC Archives - Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0040 Page: 00243 Item: 01 Date: 1804/03/08 Description: MCDONALD, CHARLES, PLAT FOR 900 ACRES ON BLACK CREEK, CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN MCDONALD. Names Indexed: MCDONALD, CHARLES / MCDONALD, JOHN / MCMILLAN, DUNCAN / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / CAMPBELL, DONALD / Locations: BLACK CREEK / CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT Type: PLAT/ NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC 1804 SC Archives - ????????? Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0040 Page: 00353 Item: 02 Date: 1804/12/12 Description: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, PLAT FOR 396 ACRES ON GREAT BLACK CREEK, CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN LOWRY ON DECEMBER 3, 1798. Names Indexed: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER / LOWRY, JOHN / SKIPPER, JOHN / Locations: BLACK CREEK / PEE DEE RIVER / CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT Type: PLAT/......lived in the same area as my ancestors, not known if related?????????


SC 1805 Nancy Odom Birth: 1805 in Marlboro County., South Carolina Death: 1865 in Yorkville, Gibson County., Tennessee Father: Henry Sion Odom Mother: Martha Snead Arthur Skipper (Husband) b. 1800 in South Carolina Marriage: 1820 in South Carolina Children: 1. Descendants Julia Ann Skipper b. 28 Mar 1840 in Dyer County., Tennessee 2. Silas Skipper 3. Alexander Skipper 4. Thomas Skipper 5. Scion Skipper 6. Nancy Skipper 7. Harris Skipper 8. Noah Skipper 9. William Skipper 10. Samuel Skipper 11. Sarah Francis Skipper...Posted by: deborah Iseminger


SC 1807 Oct 10 Solomon Quick and Elizabeth (estate) Bennettsville SC - John Scipper...........lived in the same area as my ancestors close to Cheraw and Mcbee SC, not known if related. ?????????


1808 Eda/Edy Skipper born abt.1808 married Samuel Fields ,Sept.11,1831 Randolph Co.NC

SC 1810 Kershaw County SC George Sciper


Ga. 1810 I am trying to find the parents of Charity Skipper born about 1810. According to the 1860 Census record she was born in GA. She married George Washington Brinsfield on 11/3/1836 in Coweta County, GA. They divorced around 1848 - 1852. She died in Izard County, AR after 1860. I have a picture of her, George and Charity's mother and she and her mother are obviously of Indian decent. I would appreciate any help on finding Charity's parents. Thanks, Marshia (Pitts) Vance

NC 1810 Thursa Ann Skipper b 1810 NC married in Tenn, 1824, spouse Alexander Farris b 1800 in SC.


NC 1810 Brunswick County, NC Census Isaac Skipper 0 males under 10, 5 from 10 to 15, 3 from 15 to 25, 1 male 45 and over, 0 females under 10, 1 from 10 to 15, 1 from 15 to 25, 1 from 25 to 45. It was common to list those with Indian ancestors as other free and then later to be listed as white.


NC ?1812 44.Wayne County Deed Book 11, p221. , 45. Wayne County Deed Book 11, p219. , 46. Found among John Ivey’s loose estate records at the NC Archives, 47. The Ivey Family in the United States, George Franks Ivey (1941), pp17-31. On 15 August 1812, the eight children of John Ivey (six of them represented by their guardians) executed an agreement with Elizabeth Ivey in which she traded her dower interest in John Ivey’s land for a lifetime title to one specific parcel. In 1819 Richard Ivey purchased that lifetime interest from James Skipper, who had acquired it by marriage to Elizabeth “late widow of John Ivey. 44. She had borne two more children by James Skipper, Kelsey and Elizabeth, named in a deed of gift a few months later. 45. James and Elizabeth Skipper were paid by the John Ivey estate for boarding and schooling Turner and John Ivey through the early 1830s. 46. The eight children of John Ivey were the following. Note that John Ivey’s children and many of his descendants are mentioned in George Franks Ivey’s book.


NC 1814 Descendants of DANIEL B. SKIPPER
1. DANIEL B.2 SKIPPER (MR.1)1 was born Bet. 1814 - 1820 in RICHMOND COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA1. He married JULANEY PATE1 May 14, 1868 in UNION COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, daughter of MR. PATE. Notes for DANIEL B. SKIPPER: 1836 Tax Records Richmond Co., NC
Daniel Skipper
Zacharia Skipper
Zion United Methodist Church - Leland, NC


NC 1815 Richmond County NC Testators 1782 - 1900 Thomas Skipper


NC 1815 Thomas Skipper 1815 Richmond County, NC NOTE: Original Will in Raleigh, NC WB - 1 / 173


SC 1816 - Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0044 Page: 00139 Item: 03 Date: 1816/02/03 Description: NORRIS, BURWELL, PLAT FOR 1,000 ACRES ON EAST SIDE OF BLACK CREEK, CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN HARRELL. Names Indexed: NORRIS, BURWELL / HARRELL, JOHN / SKIPPER, SAMUEL / DINKINS, JOSEPH E./ NORRIS, WILLIAM / Locations: CHESTERFIELD DISTRICT / BLACK CREEK / HORSE BRANCH / PEE DEE RIVER Type: PLAT/ - NOTE: Samuel Skipper lived in the same Cheraw area as my ancestors, not known if related..........??????? NOTE: ? Who was Samuel's father and mother? Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind? NOTE : NO OTHER RECORDS LOCATED FOR SAMUEL SKIPPER ...NOTE: Could his father maybe be George2 Skipper? NOTE: Samual was supposedly hung with his Father. If Samuel was hung with his father George2 Skipper JR., Did Samuel have a family that he left behind?


SC 1816 SC Archives - ????????????? Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0005 Frame: 00195 item: 00 Date: 1816/02/19 Description: SKIPIR, NANCY OF BARNWELL DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: BOOK A, PAGE 195; ESTATE PACKET: BDL 26, PKG 1) (1 FRAME). Names Indexed: SKIPIR, NANCY / LEE, MARY/ARINGTON, BURAL /HARP ,DELILA /COLUM, ELIZABETH/ARINGTON, ARTHER/FORTUNER, BARALY/DUISON, PATIENCE / WATSON, ANA/KEADLE, JOHN/KEADLE, JEREMIAH / FANNON, WILLIAM / KEADLE, JOSIAS JR./EVANS, JOHN Locations: BARNWELL DISTRICT / Type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT)/


Misc. Note: Volume1 Southern Christian Advocate by Brent Holcomb 1861/1867 - 1. Mrs. Elzb Skipper page 107, 2. Harriet A.F. Skipper page 39, 3. J.B. Skipper Sr. page 107. Vol 2 by Brent Holcomb 1837 1. Agby A. Skiper page 479, 2. Jacob Skipper page 107, 3. Mary E. page 107 4. N. M. Skipper page 276 5. Silas S. Skipper page 190.


Our Native Heath By Myrtle N. Bridges Richmond Co., NC 1779/1899 Alexander Skipper page 218,222 , .... 2. Ann Skipper page 207,214,222, .... 3. Barnabas Skipper page 6,103,..... 4. Benjamin Skipper page 170,184,186, ..... 5. Daniel Skipper page 166,190,207,222, ...... 6. Harris Skipper page page 222 ......7. Mary F. Skipper page 222 ....... 8. Murdock Skipper page 207, 214, 218, 222 ...... 9. Nathaniel Skipper page 218 ...... 10. Sarah Skipper page 218 ..... 11. Thomas Skipper page 184, 185, 278 ....... 12. Zacariah Skipper page 190


NC 1819 I have always had the John Poston who died in Buncombe County, NC in 1819 as being the brother of Samuel Poston (1765-1819) of Rutherford County, NC. Samuel had a brother John that was born 23 March 1761. Samuel settled 2 or 3 miles west of Lincoln county in then Rutherford County. Another brother, Daniel settled in Lincoln County. John Poston posted a marriage bond in Rowan County and married Becky Baldridge Of Lincoln County in Lincoln County. Samuel was born in "Morgan Town" which I assume became Morganton, Burke County which was cut out of Rowan.


Ohio 1825 Ohio - The Harrison Telegraph July 16 1825 - Location: Cadiz - Description: Various News - Notice for the estate of ???bee Cox of Harrison County Ohio to settle up one year from the 15th of June. Busby and George Skipper Executors for said estate.


?1827 Amanda, born abt.1824 and married to a younger Barnabus Skipper who was born in 1827


1827 Jonathan Skipworth/Skipper - Draper List


NC to Texas 1827 Nathan Skipper / Skipworth born Onslow NC - Pension in Texas


Tenn. 1832/1856 Contact Information Hoskins Library 1401 Cumberland Avenue Knoxville, TN 37996-4000 865-974-4480 - MS 0021: The O.P. Temple Papers, 1832 - Item 14: 1856 March 16 Joseph Skipper, Conaway Co., Ark., to "Mr. Cornel


1833 Phoebe Skipper b. 24 Dec 1833, d. 3 Nov 1926, buried: Cat Creek Prim. Bapt. Church.


SC * 1835 SC Archives - ***** My Ancestor Hugh Gilbert Skipper ******** Series Number: L10018 Year: 1835 Item: 0001A ignore: 00 Date: 1835/07/07 Description: SKIPPER, HUGH G. VS JOHN ARSON, JUDGMENT ROLL. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, HUGH G./ARSON, JOHN/ ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


Ga. 1835 BAKER, Hester B. SKIPPER, Jacob Sep 17, 1835 Bibb County, GA

NC 1836 Land Inventory Wolfpit District NC
Daniel Skipper
Zacariah Skipper


NC 1839 Richmond County NC School District #4
Ann Skipper
Daniel Skipper
Nathaniel Skipper
Murdoch Skipper


SC *1840/42 * Thomas Skipper born abt in SC My line ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


NC 1846 William H. Skipper born New Hanover NC


1850 Slave Census age 80 female black Hiram Skipper NWest Brunswick NC, age 50 female black J.B. Skipper Town Creek Brunswick NC, age 21 John Skipper, age 60 male black John Skipper Town Creek Brunswick NC, Ezekial Skipper age 11, Daniel Skipper age ? 51, Jos Skipper New Hanover age 70 NC.


SC 1849 SC Archives - Need to find out who Daniel Skipper Sr. Is????????????? Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0055 Page: 00158 Item: 01 Date: 1849/04/18 Description: SKIPPER, DANIEL SR., PLAT FOR 156 ACRES ON SOUTH SIDE OF MARKS CREEK, MARLBORO DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY AARON BREEDEN. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, DANIEL SR. / BREEDEN, AARON / HARRINGTON, HENRY WILLIAM / PEGUE, F. M. / PEGUE, W./ MCINTOSH, DANIEL / Locations: MARLBORO DISTRICT / MARKS CREEK Type: PLAT/


SC *1850 *My Ancestors - Gilbert Skipper and Family Census Darlington County SC***MY Ancestors***


SC 1850 Horry County, SC Census - 15 SKIPPER J. B. 40 M Farmer 700.00 - 15 SKIPPER Ann 31 F - 15 SKIPPER M. J. 11 F


NC 1853 School District Richmond NC # 14
Ann Skipper
Murdock Skipper


SC 1853 SC Archives - *******My Ancestor Gilbert Skipper ********* Jesse Skipper is my ancestors son.....Series Number: S165015 Year: 1853 Item: 00141 ignore: 00 Date: 1853/11/02 Description: CITIZENS OF DARLINGTON DISTRICT, PETITION ASKING THAT JACKSONS STORE BE MADE A PLACE OF ELECTION AND SUGGESTING PERSONS FOR MANAGERS OF ELECTIONS. (2 PAGES) Names Indexed: ERVIN / CHARLES /BIRD, W. F. / DAVIS, C. / COKER, JOSIAH / JACKSON, D. M. / GANDY, ELIAS / HOLLOWAY, JESSE / JACKSON, S. S. / BEASELY, MATTHEW / CAMPBELL, H. G. / MOORE, WILLIAM H. / JACKSON, W. W. / TEAL, JAMES JR. / JACKSON, S. F. / DAVIS, ELIAS / SKIPPER, GILBERT / SKIPPER,JESSE / SMOTHERS, JAMES / HALE, J. O. Locations: DARLINGTON DISTRICT/ Type: PETITION / Topics: POLLS / ELECTIONS, MANAGERS OF NOTE: Gilbert and Jesse are father and son....


Va. and Tenn 1853 My line has Skipper in it , I would also like to find that website on Indians,outlaws and a free black woman. I have been at a dead end for so long until i have almost lost hope. My greatgrand father's name was listed as Jake Skipper born oct- 1853 0r 1854 ,born in TN, father VA, mother TN but no names listed. He married Jossie Ward. can't find any relatives of his. My grandmother was born in arkansas "Nona Skipper" and so was her brothers and sisters. so if you could e-mail me the site i'd be grateful! thanks doris at candy6@ipa.net


NC 1856 School District # 7 Richmond County NC
Murdock Skipper
Nathaniel Skipper
Alexander Skipper
Sarah Skipper


NC ? 1857 School District Richmond County NC
Daniel Skipper
Ann Skipper
Mary F Skipper
Alexander Skipper
Harris Skipper
Murdock Skipper


SC *1860 * My Ancestor - Census Henry Thomas Skipper age 15 born abt 1845 - 1860 CENSUS DARLINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Gilbert Skipper 60 1799 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Vicey Skipper 60 1799 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Martha Skipper 27 1832 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Lucretia Skipper 23 1836 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Margt Skipper 20 1839 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Ths Skipper 18 1841 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male - My Line ******* Thomas ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
Stephen Skipper 16 1843 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Saml Skipper 14 1845 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Jas Skipper 2 1857 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Jesse Skipper 35 1824 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male


Ohio 1860 Ohio The Cadiz Sentinel March 1860 - Location: Cadiz - Description: Election Results March 7th & 28, 1860 The Democracy of " Little Archer " Township - Trustees : William SKIPPER


Alabama and Arkansas 1860 Francis M. Skipper Co. B Pvt/Pvt Enlisted 3 May 1862 at Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas; 50 miles from home. Present through Feb 1864. Age listed as 17 on 1860 Drew County Census. Born in Alabama. 26th Arkansas Infantry Regiment during the Civil War

1860 Census Roswell Skipper Farmer born NC St James, Santee SC

SC 1860 CENSUS ? P. Skipper age 60 farmer , Martha age 58, John W. Skipper age 22 farmer, James W. Skipper age 21, Elizabeth E. Skipper age 16, Noah Preston Skipper age 12 all born in SC

SC 1860 Census Bennettsville Post Office Daniel Skipper age 60 farmer, Martha age 50, Barbara age 45.

1860 Census Isaac Skipper age 58 farmer b abt 1802, William Skipper age 25 laborer, St James Santee Charleson SC

NC 1860 West Brook Post Office page 83, 11 aug 1860, Bladen Co., NC Elizabeth Skipper age 63 domestic b in NC, Avalor A. Skipper age 19 domestic born in NC, Wm. W. Skipper age 13


SC 1862 Joseph Skipper Enlisted Cheraw Jan 29, 1862 MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY F, 1ST REGIMENT SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Skipper, Joseph - enlisted at Cheraw, January 29, 1862; desterted between August 31, and October 31, 1864..........lived in the same area as my ancestors, not known if related.????????


SC ? Confederate Army From Marlboro SC - Skipper, Josiah Private G 8TH Regiment Infantry


SC * ? MISC. NOTES : Co. A, First Regiment Infantry South Carolina Regulars - Jas Skipper Private Cheraw, SC - There is a jas Skipper listed with my ancestor in Darlington County Historical Society as Hugh Skipper's son..........???????


1862 The Cadiz Republican 1862 - Location: Cadiz - Description: Marriages Jan. 18, 1862 By the Rev. William Grimes Mr. Jackson SKIPPER to Miss Phobe PITTENGER both Harrison county.


Tenn to Texas ?1863 Email to ann - My great-grandparents were Joseph E. Skipper (1863-1837) and Mollie Kennon Skipper (1863-1907). They married in Hood County on 26 May, 1888. I was wondering if Milton Kennon (1829-1910) is Mollie's father. Does anyone have information on this branch of the Kennon family? Also, does anyone know who are the parents of Edward E. Skipper b 1833 in TN, d 1891 Hood Co, TX? Thanks, Becky Matthews jbmatthews2RED@juno.com Becky Matthews <jbmatthews2RED@juno.com> San Antonio, TX USA - Monday, May 01, 2000 at 10:09:38 (PDT)


1864 Child with Sarah Culverhouse Zacheriah Marymum "Mary" Kirkland (see notes of 1864 below) b. c1865 d. before c1893 ( not confirmed ) m. Dr. John R. Blackledge 5 Feb 1880 (apparent son of Edward Blackledge in 1870 census) no issue ( he remarries Mary Alice Skipper 22 Feb, 1894) - http://www.next1000.com/family/EC/ecfamindex.1.html#kirkland <http://www.next1000.com/family/EC/ecfamindex.1.html> NOTE: ?????What State and County????


MS and Alabama and Ga. 1866 Email: dhinson@hal-pc.org - SCIPPERSCIPPERm#SIPPERSIPPERm#SKIPPERSKIPPER by Donna on Thursday, July 17, 1997 Would like to correspond with others researching SCIPPER (SIPPER, SKIPPER). G-grandfather was John Wesley Scipper, Jr. b. 1866/1868 m. Mattie Jane Williams c. 1888, m. Minnie Lee Norris c.1900. He moved to Sunflower Co., MS about 1906. His father, John Wesley Scipper, Sr. listed in 1870 and 1880 Lee Co., AL census b. c.1838/1841, probably GA.


Ga. 1870 Ga in the 1870 census - 1870 m. Keziah Skipper; Lee (RL) b. 1872 m. Lucretia Skipper


NC 1870 Census Richmond County NC Wolfpit District
Kirt Skipper 27 Mulatto
Moranda Skipper 25 Mulatto


SC 1870 CENSUS DARLINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Emily Skipper 20 1849 South Carolina White Humphrey, Darlington, SC Female
George Skipper 2.12 South Carolina White Humphrey, Darlington, SC Male
T B Skipper 21 1848 South Carolina White Humphrey, Darlington, SC Male
Humphrey Township


Sc 1870 Bucks Township Horry County Gabriel Skipper age 40 watchman, Elizabeth age 31, William age 11, Elenor age 9, George age 8, James age 6, Frank age 3.


SC 1872 William G. Skipper d 6 March 1936 age 64 b abt 1872 male white Darlington Coounty SC.


Alabama 1872 DUNNING CEMETERY Marengo County, Alabama / Buckle Armenta Skipper May 15, 1872 Jan 29, 1931


SC 1876 b abt 1876 George Skipper Buck Horry Sc spouse Sallie, 1. ? 2. Sadie, 3. Leo, 4. Ruby, 5. William, 6. son. from the 1920 census


NC 1879 Richmond Couty NC Testators 1782 - 1900
Mary Skipper 6/171
Mary S. Kipper 6/173 - Note: No S On Surname ? Could it be Skipper?.


Alabama 1880 The Vernon Clipper January 16 1880 - Location: Vernon, Lamar County, Alabama - Source: Microfilm - AL Department of Archives and History - Page/Column: Pages 1 and 2 - Description: Pgs 1-2. Poems, stories, Africa, mechan'l chess players, State news - LukePyror replaces Sen. Houston - Microfilm Ref Call #373 - Microfilm Order #M1992.4466 from The Alabama Department of Archives and History THE VERNON CLIPPER VOLUME I. VERNON, LAMAR CO., ALABAMA JANUARY 16, 1880 NUMBER 46 - The Evergreen News says: GEO. SKIPPER, colored, masked himself and joined in the parade of the Christmas Revelers. His suit not being recognized when he joined the crowd around the hotel, and it being thought that he was going to attempt to enter the ballroom, he was made to unmask, when it was discovered that he was a darkey against whom the sheriff had a warrant for petit larceny. He was accordingly arrested, and was tried by the county court Saturday, and sentenced to hard labor for the county on the charge of petit larceny and carrying concealed deadly weapons. It is not likely he will Skipper round lively for some time to come.


Alabama 1880 The Vernon Clipper March 12 1880 - Location: Vernon, Lamar County, Alabama - Source: Microfilm - AL Department of Archives and History Page/Column: Pages 1 and 2 Description: Pgs 1-2. Obituary of Muggie Brown, Delinquent Tax payers, counterfeiter gang caught, leap year laws Microfilm Ref Call #373 Microfilm Order #M1992.4466 from The Alabama Department of Archives and History THE VERNON CLIPPER - VOLUME II. VERNON, LAMAR CO., ALABAMA MARCH 12, 1880 NUMBER 2 - The tramps down this way have adopted a new method of writing - using black oil - employed in greasing cars - for their ink. Many laughable words and sentences written by them, it is said, can be seen on cars and fences, some of which are such expressions as these: “Tramps’ troupe,” “N. Y. Joe,” “Charlie, the printer,” “Hungry Bill,” “Sorefoot Jim,” “Skipper Ned,” “German Band,” and “Prepare for the tramps; we visit you city on ---.” On the warehouse of the Western Railroad at Selma, in Lee County, the following is written in bold letters: “Tramps Stop Here.” - [Mont. Adv.]


Alabama 1881 Russell Register March 24 1881 Location: Seale - Source: Microfilm; purchased from State Archives - Description: Death of Terry Collins HOMICDE IN LEE COUNTY, ALABAMA Transcribed from the “Russell Register” newspaper Seale, Alabama Published Every Thursday by W. A. Farley Editor and Publisher HOMICIDE IN LEE - J. W. SKIPPER KILLED BY TERRY COLLINS - Columbus Enquirer - Yesterday the news reached this city of a Terrible tragedy which occurred at Collins mill, In which Mr Terry Collins shot and instantly Killed Mr. J. W. Skipper. The disturbance in Lee county, Albama, about twelve miles south Of West Point. It seems that Mr. Collins had a Stepdaughter who married Skipper. She was a Widow at the time of the marriage and had a son. The difficulty was caused about this boy who had Run away from his step-father (Skipper) and Wanted to live with his grandmother. The particulars Of the killing, as related to our reporter yesterday by one Who states he was an eye witness, are substantially as Follows; On the 17th inst. Skipper went to Collins’ mill, and while On the way attempted to borrow a pistol, saying at the time That he wanted to “kill old man Collins.” He went to Collins’ house, where he cursed and abused Mrs. Collins. When Mr. C. came up Skipper told him that he would have The boy or kill him. Mr. Collins remonstrated with him and And told him to go and get the boy if he could persuade him (the boy) to go with him. Skipper wanted Collins to go with him and this he refused to do, when very angry words arose between them. Friends interfered and Skipper was persuaded to go home. About sunset Skipper returned and made another attack Upon Collins. He drew a pistol and fired at Collins, who Returned the fire with a double-barrel shotgun, discharging Both barrels and killing Skipper almost instantly. The gun was Loaded with No. 1 shot, and 125 holes were made in the breast Of Skipper. One shot took effect in the left cheek and one just Under the eye. Mr. Collins had the remains interred and Defrayed all the funeral expenses. A preliminary investigation was held before Justices Marion Bass and J. C. Todd, and after hearing the testimony Dismissed the prisoner.


Alabama 1881 MATTIE R. SKIPPER MAJORS OCT 18, 1881 - OCT 1, 1959 - UNION BAPTIST CEMETERY - Butler County, Alabama Cemeteries


SC 1887 Kornegay Funeral Home SC - Records Page Five -Skipper, James B. DOB-1887 DOD-4/7/1947 Parents-Frank & Mania Roberts Skipper Spouse-Lila Boykin Skipper POB-? Interment-Smyrna Methodist Church Cemetery


Va. 1889 James Skipper race black, male, aug 3, 1889 died Irisburg, age 4yrs., Henry County, parents Elizabeth and Silas, system # va library. 001412905 death record index.

Florida 1889 Aden Louis Skipper He was born 8 AUG 1889, and died 2 NOV 1974. Ada Albritton was born 11 OCT 1891 in Lily, FL, and died 21 MAR 1984 in Tampa, FL. She married Aden Louis Skipper 20 SEP 1914


NC Census 1790/1890 Benjamin Skipper NC Anson County, No twp listed, yr 1763, NC Early Census Records.


?AR 1890 EMMA GEAN BERGER Born: 31 May 1890 - AR Father: Christian Iowa Barger/Berger Mother: Julia Ann Skipper Emma Gean Berger's father changed the surname from Barger to Berger, which may have been the original spelling in previous generations.


1892 Henry M. SKIPPER(2) was born on 29 MAY 1892. He died on 18 APR 1932. He was married to Nola Gertrude ARNSDORFF. Children were: Henry E. SKIPPER , John H. SKIPPER, Earl H. SKIPPER, Eva Inez SKIPPER. - Leonora SKIPPER she was married to Earl Anthony MALLORY on 12 FEB 1919.


Alabama 1892 Name: Estle Rufus SKIPPER Birth: 14 Aug 1892 Alabama Death: 14 Mar 1965 Mobile Co., Alabama Burial: Cedar Grove Missionary Bap. Church Cem., Mobile, Alabama Father: George R. SKIPPER (1870-1908) Mother: Mary 'Mollie' [--?--] (1867-) Spouse: Leila C. SHUMOCK Birth: 25 Oct 1898 Death: 6 Apr 1964 Mobile Co., Alabama Burial: Cedar Grove Missionary Bap. Ch. Cem., Mobile, Alabama Father: Moses F. SHUMOCK (1861-) Mother: Sarah Elizabeth Driskell (1862-) Children 1 M: Doward SKIPPER Birth: 25 Sep 1913 Alabama Death: 16 Jan 1989 Spouse: Jeanette VICKERS Marriage: 15 May 1936 Mobile Co., AL 2 F: Lorena SKIPPER Birth: 13 Mar 1917 Spouse: Celes William VISE Marriage: 23 Mar 1935 3 M: Edlow SKIPPER Birth: Sep 1919 Alabama Spouse: 4 F: Iness SKIPPER Birth: 29 Apr 1923 Spouse: Joseph L. VICKERS Marriage: 15 May 1936 Mobile Co., AL 5 M: Rufus L. SKIPPER Birth: 29 Oct 1926 Alabama Death: Jan 1975 Alabama

Va. 1895 Richard SKIPPER was born in Jan 1895 in Botetourt Co., VA. - Parents: Ed SKIPPER and TEMPLE.


SC ? 1899/1900 - Mary Milligan Skipper (no dates known..probable birth late 1800's to early 1900's, alive in 1951) Lived in or around Bennettesville, SC, (Marlboro Co.)


SC *1900 *Census Thomas James Skipper age 66 *******MY Ancestor*****ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


Tx 1900 Researching SKIPPER family for my daughter in law, Candye, who lives in Denton, TX. Her grandfather was Elster Ditious Skipper,born 13 May 1900 Gibtown, TX and died 9 March 1985 Jacksonville, Pulaski Co., AR. Elster was married to Flora Bessie Howard, b. 17 Feb 1902 in AR, died 9 Sep 1953 in Olney, TX. They had these children: Orvan 1920, Lorine 1922, Alton 1925, R.L. 1926 and Billie 1929. His father was Ocey Taylor Skipper and his mother Sarah G. Stroud.Ocey was born 5 Nov 1878 in Poolville, Parker Co., TX and died 4 Jan 1948 in Jacksboro, Jack Co., TX. Ocey and Sarah had these children: Elster Ditious Skipper 1900, Lester Lee Skipper 1902, Alvie Earnest Skipper 1905, Odessa Dorris Skipper 1912. Ocey's father was Francis C. Skipper, b. 1852 in AL and died 1878 in AL. His wife was Theatus Hasty, born 25 Oct 1861 in AL and died 2 Nov 1892.Their children were Ella Pl Skipper 1875, Lula Armenta Skipper 1876 and Ocey Taylor Skipper 1878. Francis C. Skipper's father was Bright Skipper, a Baptist Minister, and his mother was Nancy Peoples of North Carolina.......Texas1933@aol.com


SC and NC 1901 June - December 1902, The Marlboro Democrat - Married Sept. 21, Mr. H. D. SKIPPER of Scotland Co. and Miss Mary F. PEELE of Richmond Co.


SC 1902 b abt George Skipper 1920 Census Effingham Florence SC.


SC 1907 Hugh H. Skipper born abt 1907 died 27 Aug 1979, Catoosa # 007771.


Florida 1907/1909 Record Group 137, Series 587 - Florida Conf. Pen. Applications - A00068, ISLER, Nathaniel Green, 5th Regt Inf, Elizabeth (Skipper), Pasco Co, 1909, 12 pgs - A07329, DOZIER, Leonard, Arty Units, Marion Co, 1907, 15 pgs


SC *1909 *My Grandmother Arilla Skipper SC ******MY Ancestor ******ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


1911 Census St Marys Perth County Ontario - Page 12 Skipper


NC 1914 Marriages of Rutherford Co., NC - Skipper, Freeman Searcy, Nina Jan 21, 1914 Q93


GA. 1916 Hugh Skipper # 258-206/660 b 26 aug 1916 31014 Cochran , Bleckley , Ga., died March 1976.


NC 1917 New Smyrna News January 12 1917 - Location: New Smyrna - Description: General News - Source: Ancestry Historical Newspaper Collection - Mrs. Freddie Marshall arrived Wednesday from her home in Hendersonville, N. C., and will visit for some time at the home of her mother, Mrs. Virigina Skipper. This is Mrs. Marshall's first home visit since her marriage last June, when she went to Hendersonville to make her home. Mr. Marshall expects to join her later.


Florida 1917/1918 Charlotte County, Florida - 1917-18 Civilian Draft Registration - Skipper, Carlos Edward 2 May 1900 W De Soto FL - Skipper, Chesley Allen 24 Mar 1886 W De Soto FL - Skipper, Clinton C. 6 Jul 1893 W Avon Park FL De Soto FL - Skipper, David Gardner 24 Mar 1896 W Avon Park FL De Soto FL - Skipper, David Lee 4 Aug 1884 W De Soto FL - Skipper, Duck Stephen 24 Dec 1884 W De Soto FL - Skipper, Gabriel 31 Oct 1882 W De Soto FL - Skipper, John Edgar 22 Nov 1894 W Crewsville FL De Soto FL - Skipper, John William 22 Dec 1884 W De Soto FL - Skipper, L. Aden 8 Aug 1889 W Lily FL De Soto FL - Skipper, Leslie Reid 10 Mar


Florida 1885 W De Soto FL - Skipper, Merritt C. 18 Jul 1896 W Lily FL De Soto FL - Skipper, Otto 1 Feb 1892 W Avon Park FL De Soto FL Skipper, Shafter 18 Oct 1898 W De Soto FL - Skipper, Stephen Duck 24 Dec 1884 W De Soto FL - Skipper, William Oscar 10 Nov 1872


Ga. 1906 Hugh SKIPPER Birth Date: 22 Feb 1906 Death Date: Jan 1979 Social Security Number: 253-09-7979 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Georgia Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 30736 Localities: Ringgold, Catoosa, Georgia


Ga. 1916 HUGH SKIPPER b. 26 aug 1916 Cochran Bleckley Ga. d. 17 march 1976 Birth Date: 26 Aug 1916 Death Date: Mar 1976 Social Security Number: 258-20-6660 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Georgia Death Benefit Localities Zip Code: 31014 Localities: Cochran, Bleckley, Georgia

1918 Alfonso SKIPPER 4 JUL 1918 - 14 JAN 1971 Family 1 : Margie Lee MELVIN ? Where and when born????


SC * 1919 SC Archives - *********My Ancestor*********** Series Number: S126088 ignore: 0000 Item: 07525 ignore: 00 Date: 1919/09/22 Description: SKIPPER, THOMAS J. OF LAMAR, LEE COUNTY APPLICATION FOR PENSION FOR SERVICE IN COMPANY G, TWENTY-FIRST REGT, S.C. VOLUNTEERS. Names Indexed: SKIPPER, THOMAS J. / REEDY, R. W. / CLEMENTS, J. C. / NORTHCUTT, A. N. / Locations: LAMAR / LEE COUNTYType: PENSION APPLICATION / Topics: REEDYS COMPANY/TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY REGT/SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com


1919 New Albany Weekly Ledger 04 JUN 1919 p. 5 c. 4 New Albany, Floyd, IN DEATH OF MRS. DEAN Mrs. Elizabeth E. Dean, widow of George Dean, died at 9:30 o'clock this morning at her home at 142 West Main Street. she was 70 years old. One son and three daughters survive. they are Charles W. Dean, Mrs. Clara Skipper and Misses Kate and Tillie Dean. Mrs. Dean was a member of Main Street Methodist Church. Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed.


Missi. 1920 City of Natchez, Adams Co, Mississippi - SKIPPER, Carrie 2 F B 18-Sep-1920 Natchez, Miss. Y MCCULLUM, Laura 20 611 S. Pearl SKIPPER, Harl 25 Labor Maggie Jackson - SKIPPER, Wilbert 2 M B 18-Sep-1920 Natchez, Miss. Y MCCULLUM, Laura 20 611 S. Pearl SKIPPER, Harl 25 Labor Maggie Jackson


SC 1921 Marriages in Marion County - 1921 10/8/21 Gary 22 Marion, SC Leatha Skipper 22 Marion, SC


NC 1923 There were Skippers in Brunswick Co. in 1772 ( Moses and Clemonds Skipper ) and in Bladen Co. in 1763 (Jos., Fred, and Hardy) from which Brunswick was formed. I strongly suspect that the Brunswick Co. Skippers descended from some of these.


Florida 1923/1929 Births, Deaths, Marriages, Etc. from Hernando County FL Newspapers, 1923-1929 - SA 7/19/23 5 B Skipper J E daughter, born to Rev. & Mrs. J.E. Skipper at Spring Lake.


SC 1924 Marlboro County - Lucille Quick (b.) 1924 m. Richardson Skipper


Ga. 1933 TAYLOR COUNTY, GA - Ann Deloris Mayo, born July 24, 1933 in Dunn, NC; died August 07, 1997 in Fayetteville, NC. She was the daughter of 6. Willie Alonzo Mayo, Sr and 7. Anna Redell Skipper.


SC * 1937 Jan 24, My Mother Helen Dozier born, parents are Arilla Skipper and James Rowland Dozier she was born in SC


SC 1943 Hugh SKIPPER Birth Date: 27 Aug 1943 Death Date: Dec 1966 Social Security Number: 248-64-4744 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: South Carolina


NC 1945 CHARLES EDWARD "SKIPPER"7 ROBINSON (JAMES ROBERT6, WHITEFORD BLAKENEY5, JOHN C.4, JOHN JACKSON3, LITTLETON2, WILLIAM1) was born June 01, 1945 in Forsyth County, NC. He married BRENDA KAY PLEMMONS December 13, 1969 in Forsyth County, NC. Caroline "Carrie" Gibson 1927 ID:011002 Birth, Richmond Co NC, 1850 Daughter of Nathan B. Gibson and of Martha O'Brien m., N. P. Skipper. Census, 1850, Richmond Co NC, Fairgrounds Dist: Caroline 6/12 NC living with Nathan and Martha Gibson. Census, 1860, Richmond Co NC, Steeles Dist: Caroline 10 NC living with mother Martha Gibson and family. Spouse: N. P. Skipper 1927-1 ID:011243


Florida 1973/1976 Quarterly Full Name Index Volumes 1 through 4 1973 through 1976 JACKSONVILLE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. PO BOX 60756 Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida 32236-0756 SKIPPER, Daniel, 1:1/109 - SKIPPER, Delia, 1:1/109 - SKIPPER, Eliza, 1:1/109 - SKIPPER, M., 4:4/232 -SKIPPER, William, 1:1/109 - SKIPWORTH, George, 3:1/5


SC 1975 The Marlboro Hereld, Bennettsville, Marlboro Co., SC, Obituaries - 7/20/1975. JESSE T. SKIPPER DIED SATURDAY - Jesse T. Skipper 79, of McColl, a retired textile worker, died Saturday in Marlboro General hospital.He was born in Conway, a son of the late Annie Cooper and Henry Skipper. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Vernie Skipper of McColl; four sons, J. T. Skipper of Cherry Grove, Benny Douglas Skipper of San Francisco, George Henry Skipper of Jernett,Conn. and Jesse Hennis Skipper of Cheraw; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Saucier of Bethel, NC; two stepsons, Odell Hatcher of of McCall and Winfred Hatcher of Cheraw; three brothers, Vernie Skipper of Tatum, Frank Skipper of Hamer and Fred Skipper of Fayetteville, N. C., and two sisters, Mrs. Maude Ransom of McColl and Mrs. Georgia Anna Small of Norwood. Services were held at 3:00 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Church of God with burial in Beaverdam Cemetery.Note: Jesse is buried in Rogers Cemetery which is across the street from Beaverdam Cemetery, in McColl, S.C. His grave is about 50 feet inside cemetery , coming up 1st driveway, as you are coming from town. Grave is on right side of drive. It is a flat bronze marker.


1994 http://dailyobit.blogspot.com/ - Her later years were not without difficult moments. In 1994, her home was invaded by a 28-year-old man who beat her and took $53. She was treated at a hospital and released. The man, Joseph Skipper, pleaded guilty, blaming the crime on his drug problem.


2004 http://www.broadwaytovegas.com/July4,2004.html - RICHARD SKIPPER IN AN EVENING WITH CAROL CHANNING - with George Fulginiti-Shakar on piano. Private event at Ramblewood Resort in Darlington, MD July 4-9.


SC 2004 Email to Ann - Posted by: Joy (ID *****7529) Date: June 11, 2004 at 13:40:20 - I do have some info on your line, but I do not have a connection with Peter. Do you have that?
Hugh *Gilbert Skipper b 1760 m. Sarah had
Hugh Gilbert Skipper b. 1797 and Isaac Skipper b.1802.
Your line continues through Gilbert as you know.
1. Jesse J. Skipper b. 1825
2. Martha A. Skipper b. 1832
3. Sarah Lucretia Skipper b. 1834
4. Hagan M. Skipper b. 1836
5. Jane T. Skipper b. 1840
6. Margaret Skipper b. 1840
7. Thomas James Skipper b. June 6,1842 ******My Line
8. Stephen H. Skipper b. 1844
9. Samuel C. Skipper b. 1846
10. James Skipper b. 1858
1860 census of Darlington County, South Carolina shows this.

SC *****1860 CENSUS DARLINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Gilbert Skipper 60 1799 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Vicey Skipper 60 1799 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Martha Skipper 27 1832 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Lucretia Skipper 23 1836 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Margt Skipper 20 1839 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Female
Ths Skipper 18 1841 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male ****My Line ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com
Stephen Skipper 16 1843 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Saml Skipper 14 1845 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Jas Skipper 2 1857 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male
Jesse Skipper 35 1824 South Carolina Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Male


SC 1870 CENSUS DARLINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Emily Skipper 20 1849 South Carolina White Humphrey, Darlington, SC Female
George Skipper 2.12 South Carolina White Humphrey, Darlington, SC Male
T B Skipper 21 1848 South Carolina White Humphrey, Darlington, SC Male


Ga. 1969 Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. December 18, 1969 SMITH - JACKSON - NEWBERRY - DAY - COCHRAN - SKIPPER - JENKINS - JONES - TURNER MRS. GLENN A [Christine Newberry] JACKSON SMITH Funeral services for Mrs. Christine Jackson Smith, 56, of Oglethorpe, who died very suddenly December 16, will be held today from the St. Luke Lutheran Church in Oglethorpe. Pastor George Lingle will officiate abnd burial will be in the OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDENS. Mrs. Smith was born in Alexander City, Alabama but had resided in Macon County most of her life. She was retired from Forest Mills, Inc. Survivors include her husband, Glenn A. Smith of Oglethorpe; two daughters, Mrs. Leonard Day of Montezuma and Mrs. Carlton Cochran of Macon; five sons, Carl S. Jackson of Macon, John W. Jackson of Fort Knox, Ky., Charles D. Jackson of Warner Robins, Joseph E. Jackson and Wayne M. Jackson, both of Houston, Texas; one brother, William Skipper of Albany; five sisters, Mrs. Jessie Skipper of Marshallville, Miss Jewel Newberry and Mrs. Sue Jenkins of Savannah, Mrs. Watson Jones of Warner Robins, Mrs. Effie Turner of Goodwater, Ala.; 18 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge. [Note: Christine N. Smith, wife of Glenn A. Smith - Born February 22, 1913 - Died December 16, 1969 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside her husband

Ga. 1978 Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 1, 1978 MRS. WILLIAM ELLIS [Jessie Newberry] SKIPPER Mrs. Jessie Newberry Skipper of Marshallville passed away Sunday, January 29, 1978 at the Peach County Hospital in Fort Valley. She was 68 years of age. She was a native of Alabama but had lived in Marshallville the most of her life. She was retired from the Montezuma Knitting Mills and she was a member of the Marshallville Methodist Church. Funeral services for Mrs. Skipper were held Monday, January 30, 1978 at 3 pm at the Marshallville Methodist Church and burial was in the MARSHALLVILLE CEMETERY. The Rev. Ronnie Wills officiated. Pallbearers were Mike Skipper, Ricky Skipper, David George, Tommy Skipper, David Chapman and David Goree. Surviving Mrs. Skipper are her husband, William Ellis Skipper of Marshallville; three sons, William E. Skipper of LaGrange, Clyde Lewis Skipper of Marshallville and Jackie Skipper of Montezuma. Three daughters who survive her are Mrs. Warren George of Perry, Mrs. Wilfred Kusuda of Las Vegas, Nevada and Mrs. William D. Booker of Ft. Riley, Kansas; one sister, Miss Jewel Newberry of Alabama, 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Arrangements were by Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma. [Note: Jessie Newberry Skipper - Born November 29, 1909 - Died January 29, 1978 is buried in Marshallville Cemetery beside her husband, William Ellis Skipper [May 3, 1908 - June 26, 1986] See his obit.

Ga. 2000 The Macon County News Leader - Montezuma, Ga. Sept.21, 2000 ADA KATE LAW SKIPPER, 88, DIED FRIDAY , 88, of 120 Camellia Blvd., Marshallville, died Friday, September 15, 2000. Services were held Sunday, September 17 at 3 p.m. in Marshallville City Cemetery. Reverend Vernon Goad officiated. Born in Camilla, she was the daughter of the late Gadston Skipper and Emma (Law). She was the widow of George Skipper. She was a member of Faith Baptist Church in Oglethorpe. She is survived by her children, Dennis Skipper and Patty (Skipper) Harmon, both of Marshallville, and Charles Skipper of Fort Valley; sisters, Christine Howell of Michigan, Irene Cox, Zora Matthews, Nadine Davis and Betty Hall, all of Camilla; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home had charge of arrangements..

Ga. 2003 Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma, Ga. September 3, 1980 JAMES MADISON SKIPPER Funeral services were held Friday, August 29, 1980 at Cedar Valley Baptist Church for Mr. James Madison Skipper, age 60, of Marshallville. Mr. Skipper died on Wednesday, August 27, at his residence. Burial was in the CEDAR VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY. Rev. Jack Neill and Rev. C. H. Donaldson officiated. Mr. Skipper was a native of Clay County, Alabama and had resided in Marshallville for the past 11 years. He owned and operated Skippers Exxon Service Station. He was a member of Marshallville Baptist church and was a veteran of WWII. Surviving Mr. Skipper are his wife, Mrs. Mary (Walls) Skipper of Marshallville; two daughters, Ms. Janice (Skipper) Blount and Mrs. Pat (Skipper) O’Hearn, both of Marshallville; two brothers, Ellis Skipper of Marshallville and Claude Skipper of Fort Valley; five sisters, Mrs. Rosa Lee (Skipper) Collier, Mrs. Thurn (Skipper) LaVallee, Mrs. Vince (Skipper) Bolan and Mrs. Joe (Skipper) Lacey, all of Marshallville and Mrs. Crenton (Skipper) Sommerville of Roseland, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Randy Skipper, Terry Collier, Elvis Walls, Johnny Bryant, Robert Lacey and Paul Lominack. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge. [Note: James Madison Skipper [6-2-1920 – 8-27-1980] is buried in Cedar Valley Cemetery.


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