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Joseph Skinner

Also Known As: "John Skinner"
Birthdate: (78)
Birthplace: Hartford, (Present Hartford County), Connecticut Colony
Death: May 31, 1724 (78)
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of John Skinner and Mary Tudor
Husband of Mary Skinner
Father of Mary Harmon (Skinner); Elizabeth Grant; Isaac Skinner; Richard Skinner; Joseph Skinner and 5 others
Brother of Corp. John Skinner; Mary Skinner; Ann Colt and Henry Skinner, Jr.
Half brother of Sarah Porter; Samuel Tudor; Owen Tudor, IV; Jane Smith; Mary Judson and 2 others

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About Joseph Skinner

will

CONTEMPORARY Records .

From Manwaring, Digest of the Early Conn. Probate Records.

Deacon Joseph Skinner, Windsor. Invt. of real estate,02-09. Taken June 30, 1724 by Matthew Allyn, Thomas Marshall, and Henry Allyn. Will dated 13 January, 1715-16.

I, Joseph Skinner of Windsor, doe make this my last will and testament: I give unto Mary my wife the use and improvement of all my estate, both real and personal, for her subsistence during her natural life. I give to my eldest son Joseph, his heirs and assigns forever, besides what I have already given him, half of my meadow on the east side of the Great River in Windsor. Item. I give unto my son Richard the other half of my sd. meadow on the east side of the great River besides what I have already given him. I give unto my son Isaac my dwelling house and barn in Windsor, with the home lot on which it standeth, being about 4 acres of land given to me and my wife by our father William Filley, also about 4 acres of land at a place called Swamp Field. Also a paire of looms and tacklin which I have already given him to carry on his trade. It is to be understood that the abovesd. lands as they are given are to be injoyed by each of them from and after the death of my sd. wife now, and not before. And further, my will is that all my personal or moveable estate that remains after the death of sd. wife, my just debts and funeral expenses being paid, shall be divided as followeth: To my grandson John Grant, son of my daughter Elizabeth deceased, 20 shillings in money; the rest is be equally divided among my now surviving children or to their legal representatives, viz. Joseph, John and Richard, and Isaac Skinner, Mary Hammond and Ann Rockwell. Finally, I do make and ordain my son Joseph Skinner sole executor.

Signed: Joseph Skinner. Witness: Matthew Allyn, Josiah Allyn.

Court Record, pp. 52-4. August, 1724. Will exhibited by Joseph Skinner Proven (vol. 2, p. 27).

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Joseph Skinner's Timeline

1645
July 25, 1645
Hartford, (Present Hartford County), Connecticut Colony
1667
September 22, 1667
Age 22
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
September 28, 1667
Age 22
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony, (Present USA)
1669
June 23, 1669
Age 23
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1671
August 16, 1671
Age 26
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1673
July 2, 1673
Age 27
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
1673
Age 27
E. Windsor, Hartford, CT
1675
April 5, 1675
Age 29
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1677
December 23, 1677
Age 32
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA