Milton Richard Skinner, 1891–1969 (aged 77 years)
April 3, 1891 38 24
|Birth of a brother||Marshall Otis Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVEDecember 10, 1892 (aged 1 year)
|Birth of a sister||Merlyn Elmora Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVEOctober 25, 1895 (aged 4 years)
|Birth of a sister||Lelah May Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVEAugust 5, 1896 (aged 5 years)
|Birth of a brother||Clement Charles Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVEJune 16, 1898 (aged 7 years)
|Death of a maternal grandfather||Joseph Richards|
CLOSE_RELATIVENovember 21, 1901 (aged 10 years)
|Death of a paternal grandmother||Cordelia Alice Pardee|
CLOSE_RELATIVEAugust 13, 1902 (aged 11 years)
|Death of a father||Elbert Fremont Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVENovember 19, 1902 (aged 11 years)
KILLED IN WRECK
E. F. Skinner, Late of Maple Grove, Killed on His Way to the Coast.
Elbert F. Skinner, recently of Maple Grove, where he was an old settler, sold his farm last week and left on Monday, with his family, for Washington. They left St. Paul yesterday afternoon, and when the train was a few miles out of that city it was wrecked, and Mr. Skinner was among the killed.
His brother, William A. Skinner, of this city, received a dispatch last evening conveying the news of the calamity, and left for St. Paul today to render what assistance he can to his brother's family.
[Published Friday, November 21, 1902 in the Barron County Shield, Barron, Wis.]
|Death of a paternal grandfather||Austin Fremont Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVEJanuary 24, 1908 (aged 16 years)
Mr. A. F. Skinner, one of Barron county's earliest settlers, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Beckwith, on Friday, January 24, after a long illness. Deceased was born in Connecticut May 4, 1928. Was married to Cordelia Alice Pardee in 1851. They moved to Wisconsin in 1853.
Mr. Skinner enlisted in 1864 in Company I, 49th Wisconsin Volunteers and was discharged in 1865. They moved to Barron county in 1869, being among the very first white settlers of the county. Mrs. Skinner died five years ago.
He leaves six children, 32 grand children and 2 great grand children. His children are Mrs. J. R. [Elva] Beckwith, of Barron, Mrs. William [Mary] Rafferty, of Kline, Colorado; Mrs. David [Alice] Hulbert, of Maple Grove; William Alfred Skinner, of Barron, and Ernest Skinner, of Dresser Junction.
The funeral was held from the home of J. R. Beckwith Sunday, Rev. G.H. R. Kershaw officiating. Interment was in the Barron cemetery. [Friday, January 31, 1908, Barron County Shield, Barron, Wis. ]
|Death of a maternal grandmother||Margaret Payment|
CLOSE_RELATIVEFebruary 1, 1916 (aged 24 years)
|Death of a mother||Helen Mable Richards|
CLOSE_RELATIVEMarch 4, 1949 (aged 57 years)
|Death of a wife||Nora Mae Lynch|
CLOSE_RELATIVE1957 (aged 65 years)
|Death of a sister||Emma Mabel Skinner|
CLOSE_RELATIVEApril 19, 1958 (aged 67 years)
|Burial of a father||Elbert Fremont Skinner|
Address: Barron Cemetery
|Burial of a mother||Helen Mable Richards|
Address: Barron Cemetery
January 12, 1969 (aged 77 years)
|Religious marriage||Religious marriage — February 25, 1884 — Maple Grove, Barron Co, Wisconsin, USA|
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