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Adam Ginther

b. about 1862
Last Edited22 November 2017

Adam Ginther was born about 1862 in RussiaG.1


Adam Ginther married Fannie about 1894.1,2


Adam Ginther was enumerated on 3 January 1920 as head of household on the 1920 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Adam Ginther, 58 years old, Head, Married, birthplace of Russia, immigrated in 1890, was naturalized in1891, occupation of Farmer in the General farm industry, an Employer. Could read. Could write. Could speak English. Owner of dwelling which was Free and Clear. Father born in Germany. Mother born in Germany. Also enumerated in the household were Benjamin Allen Ginther, Fannie, Sarah Ginther, Bertha Ginther, and Ruth Ginther.1


Adam Ginther was enumerated on 21 April 1930 as head of household on the 1930 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Adam Ginther, 69 years old, Head, Married, was first married at age 33, birthplace of Russia-Odessa, immigrated in1888, was naturalized, occupation of Farmer in the General Farm industry, an Employer. Could read and write. Did not attended school within the year. Owned home. Lived on a farm. Was not a veteran. Father born in Germany. Mother born in Germany. Also enumerated in the household were Fannie.2

Children with Fannie (b. about 1871)

DaughterSarah Ginther (b. about 1899)
SonBenjamin Allen Ginther+ (b. 17 July 1900, d. 4 March 1970)
DaughterBertha Ginther (b. about 1904)
DaughterRuth Ginther (b. about 1908)

Citations

  1. [S643] 1920 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Lower Platte Precinct 10, Enumeration District 7, p. 1 A (written) p. 72 (stamped), dwelling 10, family 10, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T625, Roll 155
  2. [S644] 1930 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Precint 10, Lower Platte, Enumeration District 1-10, p. 1 A (written) p. 55 (stamped), dwelling 9, family 9, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T626, Roll 229

Fannie

b. about 1871
Last Edited3 October 2017

Fannie was born about 1871 in EnglandG.1


Fannie married Adam Ginther about 1894.1,2


After her marriage she was known as Fannie Ginther.1


On 3 January 1920 Fannie was enumerated in the household of Adam Ginther on the 1920 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Fannie Ginther, 49 years old, Wife, Married, birthplace of England, immigrated in 1876, was naturalized in1878, occupation of None. Could read. Could write. Could speak English. Father born in England. Mother born in England. Also enumerated in the household were Benjamin Allen Ginther, Sarah Ginther, Bertha Ginther, and Ruth Ginther.1


On 21 April 1930 Fannie was enumerated in the household of Adam Ginther on the 1930 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Fannie Ginther, 58 years old, Wife, Married, was first married at age 22, birthplace of England, immigrated in1874, was naturalized, occupation of None. Could read and write. Did not attended school within the year. Father born in England. Mother born in England.2

Children with Adam Ginther (b. about 1862)

DaughterSarah Ginther (b. about 1899)
SonBenjamin Allen Ginther+ (b. 17 July 1900, d. 4 March 1970)
DaughterBertha Ginther (b. about 1904)
DaughterRuth Ginther (b. about 1908)

Citations

  1. [S643] 1920 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Lower Platte Precinct 10, Enumeration District 7, p. 1 A (written) p. 72 (stamped), dwelling 10, family 10, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T625, Roll 155
  2. [S644] 1930 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Precint 10, Lower Platte, Enumeration District 1-10, p. 1 A (written) p. 55 (stamped), dwelling 9, family 9, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T626, Roll 229

Sarah Ginther

b. about 1899
Last Edited13 June 2017

Sarah Ginther was born about 1899 in ColoradoG.1
She was the daughter of Adam Ginther and Fannie.1

On 3 January 1920 Sarah Ginther was enumerated in the household of Adam Ginther on the 1920 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Sarah Ginther, 20 years old, Daughter, Single, birthplace of Colorado, occupation of Teacher in the High School industry, an Employee. Could read. Could write. Could speak English. Attended school within the year. Father born in Russia. Mother born in England. Also enumerated in the household were Benjamin Allen Ginther, Fannie, Bertha Ginther, and Ruth Ginther.1

Citations

  1. [S643] 1920 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Lower Platte Precinct 10, Enumeration District 7, p. 1 A (written) p. 72 (stamped), dwelling 10, family 10, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T625, Roll 155

Bertha Ginther

b. about 1904
Last Edited13 June 2017

Bertha Ginther was born about 1904 in ColoradoG.1
She was the daughter of Adam Ginther and Fannie.1

On 3 January 1920 Bertha Ginther was enumerated in the household of Adam Ginther on the 1920 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Bertha Ginther, 16 years old, Daughter, Single, birthplace of Colorado, occupation of None. Could read. Could write. Could speak English. Attended school within the year. Father born in Russia. Mother born in England. Also enumerated in the household were Benjamin Allen Ginther, Fannie, Sarah Ginther, and Ruth Ginther.1

Citations

  1. [S643] 1920 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Lower Platte Precinct 10, Enumeration District 7, p. 1 A (written) p. 72 (stamped), dwelling 10, family 10, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T625, Roll 155

Ruth Ginther

b. about 1908
Last Edited13 June 2017

Ruth Ginther was born about 1908 in ColoradoG.1
She was the daughter of Adam Ginther and Fannie.1

On 3 January 1920 Ruth Ginther was enumerated in the household of Adam Ginther on the 1920 U. S. census for Adams County, ColoradoG, as Ruth Ginther, 12 years old, Daughter, Single, birthplace of Colorado, occupation of None. Could read. Could write. Could speak English. Attended school within the year. Father born in Russia. Mother born in England. Also enumerated in the household were Benjamin Allen Ginther, Fannie, Sarah Ginther, and Bertha Ginther.1

Citations

  1. [S643] 1920 U. S. census, Adams County, Colorado, Lower Platte Precinct 10, Enumeration District 7, p. 1 A (written) p. 72 (stamped), dwelling 10, family 10, Adam Ginther; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 October 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T625, Roll 155

Joseph C. Barrett

Last Edited13 June 2017


Joseph C. Barrett on 25 September 1858 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Jeduthan C Flint for $200. The poperty described as Five acres on the East side of the North East 1/2 of the South East 1/4 of section Eleven (11) in Twp eighty two (82) North of Range no fourteen (14) West 10 acres. Also Lot no twelve 12 in the Marshall part of the Village of Eureka in Tama County Iowa. Witnessed by William Bale.1


Joseph C. Barrett on 25 September 1858 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Jeduthan C Flint for $500. The property described as the South East quarter of the North East quarter of section twenty nine in township eighty two north of Range fouteen west & containing by government survey forty acres and the North West quarter of North West quarter of section no twenty nine in township no eighty two of range no fourteen west containing 40 acres. Witnessed by William Bale.2

Citations

  1. [S645] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 89, Joseph C. Barrett to J. C. Flint, 25 September 1858; FHL microfilm 1023749.
  2. [S646] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 89 and 90, Joseph C. Barrett to J. C. Flint, 25 September 1858; FHL microfilm 1023749.

William Bale

Last Edited13 June 2017


William Bale on 2 August 1857 witnessed the purchase of property located in Tama County, IowaG, by Mathew P Rector from George Crittenden and Amelia for $250. The property described as the South East 1/4 of the North West 1/4 of Section Thirty Two, Township Eighty Two, North of Range Thirteen West containing forty acres.1


William Bale on 25 September 1858 witnessed the purchase of property located in Tama County, IowaG, by Jeduthan C Flint from Joseph C. Barrett for $200. The poperty described as Five acres on the East side of the North East 1/2 of the South East 1/4 of section Eleven (11) in Twp eighty two (82) North of Range no fourteen (14) West 10 acres. Also Lot no twelve 12 in the Marshall part of the Village of Eureka in Tama County Iowa.2


William Bale on 25 September 1858 witnessed the purchase of property located in Tama County, IowaG, by Jeduthan C Flint from Joseph C. Barrett for $500. The property described as the South East quarter of the North East quarter of section twenty nine in township eighty two north of Range fouteen west & containing by government survey forty acres and the North West quarter of North West quarter of section no twenty nine in township no eighty two of range no fourteen west containing 40 acres.3

Citations

  1. [S648] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 308 and 309, Gerorge and Amelia Crittenden to Mathew P. Rector, 2 August 1857; FHL microfilm 1023749.
  2. [S645] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 89, Joseph C. Barrett to J. C. Flint, 25 September 1858; FHL microfilm 1023749.
  3. [S646] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 89 and 90, Joseph C. Barrett to J. C. Flint, 25 September 1858; FHL microfilm 1023749.

George Crittenden

Last Edited13 June 2017


George Crittenden married Amelia.1


George Crittenden and Amelia on 2 August 1857 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Mathew P Rector for $250. The property described as the South East 1/4 of the North West 1/4 of Section Thirty Two, Township Eighty Two, North of Range Thirteen West containing forty acres. Witnessed by William Bale.1

Citations

  1. [S648] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 308 and 309, Gerorge and Amelia Crittenden to Mathew P. Rector, 2 August 1857; FHL microfilm 1023749.

Amelia

Last Edited3 October 2017


Amelia married George Crittenden.1


After her marriage she was known as Amelia Crittenden.1


Amelia and George Crittenden on 2 August 1857 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Mathew P Rector for $250. The property described as the South East 1/4 of the North West 1/4 of Section Thirty Two, Township Eighty Two, North of Range Thirteen West containing forty acres. Witnessed by William Bale.1

Citations

  1. [S648] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 10: 308 and 309, Gerorge and Amelia Crittenden to Mathew P. Rector, 2 August 1857; FHL microfilm 1023749.

John Beale

Last Edited13 June 2017


John Beale married Annadilia.1


John Beale and Annadilia on 28 July 1863 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Ethan Allen Flint for $150. The property described as the South West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 35 in Township 82 North of Range 14 West of the 5th Prime Meridian. Witnessed by J D Smith and Newton B Hiatt.1

Citations

  1. [S649] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 11: 288, John Beale and Wife to E. A. Flint, 28 July 1863; FHL microfilm 1023750.

Annadilia

Last Edited2 October 2017


Annadilia married John Beale.1


After her marriage she was known as Annadilia Beale.1


Annadilia and John Beale on 28 July 1863 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Ethan Allen Flint for $150. The property described as the South West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 35 in Township 82 North of Range 14 West of the 5th Prime Meridian. Witnessed by J D Smith and Newton B Hiatt.1

Citations

  1. [S649] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 11: 288, John Beale and Wife to E. A. Flint, 28 July 1863; FHL microfilm 1023750.

Newton B Hiatt

Last Edited13 June 2017


Newton B Hiatt and J D Smith on 28 July 1863 witnessed the purchase of property located in Tama County, IowaG, by Ethan Allen Flint from John Beale and Annadilia for $150. The property described as the South West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 35 in Township 82 North of Range 14 West of the 5th Prime Meridian.1

Citations

  1. [S649] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 11: 288, John Beale and Wife to E. A. Flint, 28 July 1863; FHL microfilm 1023750.

J D Smith

Last Edited13 June 2017


J D Smith and Newton B Hiatt on 28 July 1863 witnessed the purchase of property located in Tama County, IowaG, by Ethan Allen Flint from John Beale and Annadilia for $150. The property described as the South West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 35 in Township 82 North of Range 14 West of the 5th Prime Meridian.1

Citations

  1. [S649] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 11: 288, John Beale and Wife to E. A. Flint, 28 July 1863; FHL microfilm 1023750.

Adin Norris

Last Edited13 June 2017


Adin Norris married Margaret Norris.1


Adin Norris and Margaret Norris on 17 May 1864 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Barnabas Rector for $250. The property described as the North East Quarter of the South East Quarter of Section No Twenty Nine (29) Township No Eighty Two (82) North of Range No Thirteen West of the 5th P. M.1

Citations

  1. [S651] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 14: 584, Adin and Margaret Norris to Barnabas Rector, 17 May 1864; FHL microfilm 1023751.

Margaret Norris

Last Edited13 June 2017


Margaret Norris married Adin Norris.1


Margaret Norris and Adin Norris on 17 May 1864 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Barnabas Rector for $250. The property described as the North East Quarter of the South East Quarter of Section No Twenty Nine (29) Township No Eighty Two (82) North of Range No Thirteen West of the 5th P. M.1

Citations

  1. [S651] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 14: 584, Adin and Margaret Norris to Barnabas Rector, 17 May 1864; FHL microfilm 1023751.

Thomas A Hopkins

Last Edited13 June 2017


Thomas A Hopkins married Maria Theresa Ramsdell, daughter of John Ramsdell and Taseah Theresa Moore, in 1860.1


On 6 July 1860 Thomas A Hopkins was enumerated in the household of John Ramsdell on the 1860 U. S. census for Tama County, IowaG, as F A Hopkins, 24 years old, birthplace of Pennsylvania, value of real property $2100, value of personal property $90. Was married within the year. Also enumerated in the household were Taseah Theresa Moore, Charles Erskine Ramsdell, Henry Emmons Ramsdell, Edward Ellis Ramsdell, Maria Theresa Ramsdell, Frederic Benden Ramsdell, and Sophia Flint.2


Thomas A Hopkins and Maria Theresa Ramsdell on 26 April 1865 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Ethan Allen Flint for $300. The property described as the North East Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section No Twenty Nine (29) Township 82 North (82) of Range Fourteen (14) West.1

Citations

  1. [S652] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 15: 227, T A Hoplins and wife to E Flint, 26 April 1865; FHL microfilm 1023752.
  2. [S1838] 1860 U. S. census, Tama County, Iowa, population schedule, Kinisan Post Office, p. 67 (written) p. 873 (written), dwelling 540, family 501, J Ramsdale; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 21 January 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 339

Frank L Coffin

Last Edited13 June 2017


Frank L Coffin on 13 May 1864 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Jeduthan C Flint for $125. The property described as the South West quarter of the North West quarter of Section Twenty eight (28) in Township Eighty two (82) Range fourteen West (14) containging Forty acres.1

Citations

  1. [S653] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 17: 389 and 390, Frank L Coffin to Jeduthan Flint, 13 May 1864; FHL microfilm 1023752.

James J Lindley

Last Edited13 June 2017


James J Lindley married Josephine Lindley.1


James J Lindley and Josephine Lindley on 12 November 1867 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Barnabas Rector for $80. The property described as the North West quarter of the North East quarter of Section Thirty two (32) Township 82 Range 13 West.1

Citations

  1. [S655] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 22: 384 and 385, James J and Josephine Lindley to Barnabas Rector, 12 November 1867; FHL microfilm 1023755.

Josephine Lindley

Last Edited13 June 2017


Josephine Lindley married James J Lindley.1


Josephine Lindley and James J Lindley on 12 November 1867 sold property located in Tama County, IowaG, to Barnabas Rector for $80. The property described as the North West quarter of the North East quarter of Section Thirty two (32) Township 82 Range 13 West.1

Citations

  1. [S655] Tama County, Iowa, Deed Record Land, 22: 384 and 385, James J and Josephine Lindley to Barnabas Rector, 12 November 1867; FHL microfilm 1023755.

Columbus W Skinner

b. 20 February 1869, d. 8 April 1939
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Laurie Dale Long
ChartsPedigree for Laurie Dale Long
Last Edited31 March 2018

Columbus W Skinner was born on 20 February 1869 in Okolona, Chickasaw County, MississippiG.1,2


Columbus W Skinner married Harriet Magdalene Becker, daughter of John Aemil Becker and Harriett Mariah Horger, on 4 June 1891 in Kaufman County, TexasG.1,3


Columbus W Skinner was enumerated on 28 June 1900 as head of household on the 1900 U. S. census for Navarro County, TexasG, as Columbus Skinner, 31 years old, Head, Married for 9 years, Born Feb 1869 in Mississippi, occupation of Farmer, 0 Months Unemployed, Could read, Could write, Could speak English. Owned a Farm which was Free and Clear. Also enumerated in the household were Harriet Magdalene Becker, Waldo Skinner, Franklin E Skinner, and Dorthy Louise Skinner.1


Columbus W Skinner married Lena Davis about 1902. The marriage produced "...twins who died in infancy. She also died." The date of the marriage, birth of the twins, and Lena's death are a guess based on the assumption that they occured after the death of Harriet Becker, 31 Oct 1901, and before the marriage of Columbus to Annie Lowe c. 1905.4


Columbus W Skinner married Annie Cathalda Boyle about 1905.4,5


Columbus W Skinner was enumerated on 21 April 1910 as head of household on the 1910 U. S. census for Houston, Harris County, TexasG, as Columbus W Skinner, 42 years old, Head, Married 3rd for 5 years, birthplace of Mississippi, occupation of Farm Operator in the Hay Farm industry, Emp. Could read. Could write. Rented a House. Father born in Alabama. Mother born in Mississippi. Also enumerated in the household were Waldo Skinner, Franklin E Skinner, Annie Cathalda Boyle, Winnie Lowe, Charles Wesley Skinner, Thelma Skinner, H. Brent Skinner, Emma Hopkins, Ruby Skinner, Annie Mae Skinner, and Mary Skinner.5


Columbus W Skinner died on 8 April 1939, at age 70, in Wichita Falls, Wichita County, TexasG.2


Columbus W Skinner was buried in Houston, Harris County, TexasG.2

Children with Harriet Magdalene Becker (b. 26 August 1872, d. 31 October 1901)

DaughterAnnie Beale Skinner (b. 4 June 1892, d. 5 March 1895)
SonWaldo Skinner (b. 30 January 1894, d. 3 December 1955)
SonFranklin E Skinner+ (b. 7 March 1896, d. 1 July 1928)
DaughterDorthy Louise Skinner (b. 23 March 1900)

Children with Lena Davis (d. about 1904)

ChildSkinner (b. about 1903, d. about 1903)
ChildSkinner (b. about 1903, d. about 1903)

Children with Annie Cathalda Boyle (b. about 1887)

SonCharles Wesley Skinner (b. about 1906)
DaughterThelma Skinner (b. about 1909)
DaughterIda Belle Skinner

Citations

  1. [S656] 1900 U. S. census, Navarro County, Texas, Precinct 1, Enumeration District 96, p. 23 A (written) p. S and p. 23 B (written) p. S, dwelling 370, family 378, Columbus Skinner; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T623, Roll 1661
  2. [S666] Unknown, Skinner Family Association (http://skinnerkinsmen.org/cmcy_VA_TishCo/D0001/I133.html : accessed 31 December 2009), "Columbus Washington Skinner"
  3. [S661] Linda Harwell, compiler, "Kaufman County [Texas] Marriage Records," Kaufman County TXGenWeb Project Site (http://www.txgenweb5.org/txkaufman/marriages/marrcerb.htm : accessed 25 December 2009), entry for ., Becker, Hattie 04 Jun 1891 C. W. Skinner Bk 5
  4. [S667] Eugene E. Skinner, Meet The Family (Genealogy of Skinner and allied families). [Format] (Dallas, Texas:1957)., "Descendants of Augustus Washington Columbus Skinner" section, Feb 1957, p.5, This book is genealogy of the author's children’s paternal (Skinner) and maternal (Doggert) lines. It consist of an Introduction, Pedigree charts, and seperately dated and paginated sections for specific surnames.
  5. [S668] 1910 U. S. census, Harris County, Texas, Justice Precint #1, Houston City, 4 Ward, Enumeration District 73, p. 10 A (written) p. 37 (stamped), dwelling 186, family 187, Columbus W Skinner; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 2 January 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication T624, Roll 1560

Harriet Magdalene Becker

b. 26 August 1872, d. 31 October 1901
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Laurie Dale Long
ChartsPedigree for Laurie Dale Long
Last Edited25 November 2017

Harriet Magdalene Becker was born on 26 August 1872 in TexasG.1,2
She was the daughter of John Aemil Becker and Harriett Mariah Horger.3

Harriet Magdalene Becker was also known as Hattie Becker.3


On 1 June 1880 Harriet Magdalene Becker was enumerated in the household of John Aemil Becker on the 1880 U. S. census for Kaufman County, TexasG, as Harriet Becker, 7 years old, Daughter, Married, birthplace of Texas. Attended school within the year. Father born in Illinois. Mother born in Texas. Also enumerated in the household were Harriett Mariah Horger, Elizabeth Becker, John Franklin Becker, and Frank Horger.4


Harriet Magdalene Becker married Columbus W Skinner on 4 June 1891 in Kaufman County, TexasG.1,5


After her marriage she was known as Harriet Magdalene Skinner.1


On 28 June 1900 Harriet Magdalene Becker was enumerated in the household of Columbus W Skinner on the 1900 U. S. census for Navarro County, TexasG, as Hattie Skinner, 29 years old, Wife, Married for 9 years, gave birth to 4 children, number of children still living 3, Born Aug 1871 in Texas, Could read, Could write, Could speak English. Father born in Illinois. Mother born in Texas. Also enumerated in the household were Waldo Skinner, Franklin E Skinner, and Dorthy Louise Skinner.1


Harriet Magdalene Becker died on 31 October 1901, at age 29.2


Harriet Magdalene Becker was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, TexasG.2

Children with Columbus W Skinner (b. 20 February 1869, d. 8 April 1939)

DaughterAnnie Beale Skinner (b. 4 June 1892, d. 5 March 1895)
SonWaldo Skinner (b. 30 January 1894, d. 3 December 1955)
SonFranklin E Skinner+ (b. 7 March 1896, d. 1 July 1928)
DaughterDorthy Louise Skinner (b. 23 March 1900)

Citations

  1. [S656] 1900 U. S. census, Navarro County, Texas, Precinct 1, Enumeration District 96, p. 23 A (written) p. S and p. 23 B (written) p. S, dwelling 370, family 378, Columbus Skinner; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T623, Roll 1661
  2. [S665] Unknown, Skinner Family Association (http://skinnerkinsmen.org/cmcy_VA_TishCo/D0002/I134.html : accessed 31 December 2009), "Harriet Magdalene Becker"
  3. [S662] Kathey Kelley Hunt, compiler, "The Becker Family of Kaufman County [Texas]," Kaufman County TXGenWeb Project Site (http://www.txgenweb5.org/txkaufman/families/becker.htm : accessed 25 December 2009), entry for ., Becker, Hattie 04 Jun 1891 C. W. Skinner Bk 5
  4. [S663] 1880 U. S. census, Kaufman County, Texas, population schedule, Justice Precinct No. 6, Enumeration District 42, p. 1 (written) p. 173 A (stamped), dwelling 1, family 1, John A Becker; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 25 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T9, Roll 1315
  5. [S661] Linda Harwell, compiler, "Kaufman County [Texas] Marriage Records," Kaufman County TXGenWeb Project Site (http://www.txgenweb5.org/txkaufman/marriages/marrcerb.htm : accessed 25 December 2009), entry for ., Becker, Hattie 04 Jun 1891 C. W. Skinner Bk 5

Waldo Skinner

b. 30 January 1894, d. 3 December 1955
RelationshipGranduncle of Laurie Dale Long
Last Edited28 November 2017

Waldo Skinner was born on 30 January 1894 in Kaufman County, TexasG.1,2,3
He was the son of Columbus W Skinner and Harriet Magdalene Becker.1

On 28 June 1900 Waldo Skinner was enumerated in the household of Columbus W Skinner on the 1900 U. S. census for Navarro County, TexasG, as Waldo Skinner, 6 years old, Son, Single, Born Jan 1894 in Texas. Father born in Mississippi. Mother born in Texas. Also enumerated in the household were Harriet Magdalene Becker, Franklin E Skinner, and Dorthy Louise Skinner.1


On 21 April 1910 Waldo Skinner was enumerated in the household of Columbus W Skinner on the 1910 U. S. census for Houston, Harris County, TexasG, as Waldo Skinner, 16 years old, Son, Single, birthplace of Texas, occupation of None. Could read. Could write. Father born in Mississippi. Mother born in Texas. Also enumerated in the household were Franklin E Skinner, Annie Cathalda Boyle, Winnie Lowe, Charles Wesley Skinner, Thelma Skinner, H. Brent Skinner, Emma Hopkins, Ruby Skinner, Annie Mae Skinner, and Mary Skinner.4


Waldo Skinner died on 3 December 1955, at age 61, in Dallas, Dallas County, TexasG, Accidently burned to death.2,3


Waldo Skinner was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TexasG, FG .3

Citations

  1. [S656] 1900 U. S. census, Navarro County, Texas, Precinct 1, Enumeration District 96, p. 23 A (written) p. S and p. 23 B (written) p. S, dwelling 370, family 378, Columbus Skinner; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication T623, Roll 1661
  2. [S667] Eugene E. Skinner, Meet The Family (Genealogy of Skinner and allied families). [Format] (Dallas, Texas:1957)., "Descendants of Augustus Washington Columbus Skinner" section, Feb 1957, p.3, This book is genealogy of the author's children’s paternal (Skinner) and maternal (Doggert) lines. It consist of an Introduction, Pedigree charts, and seperately dated and paginated sections for specific surnames.
  3. [S1487] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Sgt Waldo Emal Skinner, number 23834192, Creator:RC H, Photo RC H, accessed 20 December 2009. citing Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.
  4. [S668] 1910 U. S. census, Harris County, Texas, Justice Precint #1, Houston City, 4 Ward, Enumeration District 73, p. 10 A (written) p. 37 (stamped), dwelling 186, family 187, Columbus W Skinner; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 2 January 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication T624, Roll 1560