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Skipper/Skipworth Family

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  • Sarah Ann Skipper (1837 - 1909)
  • Frances Louise "Lou" Skipper (1853 - 1927)
    2nd wife of Rev. Jacob Skipper. Married 1893. No known children of the union.
  • Virginia A. Skipper (1841 - 1891)
    1st wife of Rev. Jacob Skipper. Married 1863. Children with Jacob Skipper: Ella Leland Skipper 1864–1927 John W Skipper 1867–1900 Marvin Skipper 1869–Deceased Robert F Skipper 1872–Deceased...
  • Arthur Wilson Matthews (1833 - 1912)
  • Alabama Project Photo
    John G. W. Skipper (1832 - bef.1900)
    Implied in the 1840 census as a son of Rev. Nathaniel Skipper with numbers of sons. "United States Census, 1840," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 2 March 2021), Nathaniel Skipper, Bibb, Alab...

A depository of profiles of the Skipper/Skipworth family in hopes of making connections. Especially targeting Skippers/Skipworths from Virginia, NC, SC and their migration west in the US. Many have Native American connections and we want to ensure those are noted.

Skipper profile study:

John Skipper

Cheroenhaka (Nottoway Iroquois) Skipper

Sachen George Oura Skipper / Cheroenhaka Nottoway Iroquois

George Skipper, Jr / Cheroenhaka Nottoway Iroquois

Mary Skipper

Satchem George Skipper III

Katherine (Cumbo) Skipper

James Skipper

Abraham Skipper

Mary Skipper

Sothy Jane Skipper

Barnabas Skipper

George William Skipper of Brunswick NC

wife of George W Skipper

Isaac William Skipper

Please note the following discussion threads for on-going research:

https://www.geni.com/discussions/228402?msg=1462517

https://www.geni.com/discussions/228467

Please add additional discussions here.

There are other profiles noted before 1800 that need to be sourced and sorted. An in-depth study of geographic regions must occur to understand the complexities of this family through communities and westward migration. More research is needed on all of these and more profiles of the Skipper family of the US. Please follow and request to join to collaborate on this project if you have any connections.