Persons with the Surname 'Skinner'

The Skinner Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'S560'

52 individuals have the surname 'Skinner'.

Allan Skinner (Apr 1910—)
Aubrey Gordon Skinner (26 Sep 1912—Private)
Barbara Skinner (about 1850—)
Benjamin C. Skinner (—)
Bertha Louise Skinner (18 Feb 1890—Private)
Charles Skinner (about 1830—)
Charles Henry Skinner (about Oct 1878—3 Dec 1935)
Clara Skinner (about Jul 1870—before 1881)
Cora May Skinner (12 Nov 1885—)
Edward Skinner (29 Sep 1864—)
Ella Skinner (about 1912—)
Ellen Skinner (about 1872—)
Ellen Mary Edna Skinner (3 Jan 1905—)
Emma Elizabeth Skinner (27 Feb 1888—Private)
Ester Louisa Skinner (Dec 1907—)
George Skinner (about 1792—20 Feb 1882)
George Skinner (15 Feb 1896—)
George Edward Skinner (28 Jun 1908—)
George Henry Skinner (26 Mar 1910—Private)
Harold Franklin Skinner (31 Jan 1907—)
Harriet Skinner (17 Mar 1828—27 Jun 1913)
Joseph Wesley Skinner (10 Dec 1871—13 Jun 1933)
Lawrence G. Skinner (5 Jun 1899—)
Lillie May Skinner (18 Aug 1893—Private)
Lucy May Skinner (25 Sep 1889—)
Lue Skinner (about 1870—)
Mary Skinner (Jul 1834—3 Jan 1902)
Mary Skinner (about 1866—)
Mary Ann Skinner (about 1827—19 Oct 1889)
Mary Louisa Skinner (25 Sep 1912—)
Maud Mary Skinner (25 Aug 1884—)
Maurice William Skinner (16 May 1904—Private)
May Irene Skinner (22 Jan 1915—)
Milne B. Skinner (Nov 1910—)
Minnie Evelyn Skinner (29 Mar 1904—)
Orvill Russell Skinner (15 Sep 1906—Private)
Sarah Skinner (13 Oct 1879—30 Nov 1908)
Susan Skinner (about 1869—)
Susan Skinner (15 Sep 1872—)
Susanna Skinner (about 1817—5 Jun 1878)
Sydney George Skinner (6 Jan 1872—)
Theresa Skinner (about 1867—)
Thomas Skinner (4 Mar 1878—)
Thomas A. Skinner (2 Mar 1840—8 Apr 1906)
Thomas J. Skinner (—)
Thomas Melville Skinner (26 Jul 1884—)
Viola Pearl Skinner (9 Feb 1913—)
William Skinner (—)
William Skinner (12 Apr 1842—)
William Edwin Skinner (21 Dec 1881—Private)
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