Person:James Skillern (2)

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James Alexander Skillern
b.27 SEP 1777 Virginia
d.BEF 16 NOV 1826 Bledsoe County, Tennessee
m. 12 APR 1763
  1. William Skillern1764 - BEF 1830
  2. George Skillern1766 -
  3. Elizabeth Skillern1768 -
  4. John Anderson Skillern1770 - 1846
  5. Rebecca Skillern1773 -
  6. James Alexander Skillern1777 - BEF 1826
  7. Anderson Skillern1780 -
  8. Anna Skillern1783 -
  9. Isaac Skillern1787 -
  10. Margaret Skillern1791 -
  • HJames Alexander Skillern1777 - BEF 1826
  • WRebecca UnknownABT 1780 -
m. ABT 1800
  1. Gillespie SkillernABT 1801 -
  2. Anderson Skillern1803 - 1858
  3. Isaac Campbell Alexander Skillern1807 - 1881
  4. William SkillernABT 1809 -
  5. George Anderson SkillernABT 1811 - 1893
  6. Luvana SkillernABT 1813 -
  7. James Porter SkillernABT 1816 -
  8. Mary Ann SkillernABT 1820 -
Facts and Events
Name James Alexander Skillern
Gender Male
Birth[1] 27 SEP 1777 Virginia
Marriage ABT 1800 Virginiato Rebecca Unknown
Death? BEF 16 NOV 1826 Bledsoe County, Tennessee

http://www.mindspring.com/~jogt/surnames/skillern.htm

James and Rebecca Skillern James and Rebecca Skillern's children were: Gillespie b. ca 1801 may have settled in Alabama Anderson b. 30 December 1803 in Virginia m. (1) Margaret Christian (2) Mary Ann Buchanan (3) Temperance Springfield Isaac Campbell Alexander b. 2 August 1807 Bledsoe County, Tennessee m. 30 April 1835 to Lucinda Wilsford William Skillern b. ca 1809 m. Jane Wilsford George A. Skillern b. ca 1811 m. Margaret Ann Braden Luvana b. ca 1813 m. Isaac Goolsby 3 May 1833 in Rhea Co., Tennessee James Porter b. ca 1816 m. Susan McGown Mary Ann Skillern b. ca 1820 m. Audley M. Anderson

A number of these siblings settled in Madison County, TN as early as 1822, and several settled near each other in Arkansas during the 1850s. Anderson, I.C.A., and George all lived in the Lonoke, Prairie and White County areas, where I.C.A. and his soon-to-be son-in-law, Thomas J. Payne, both witnessed Anderson Skillern's will - and both were attorneys as well as merchants. The will, dated 27 May, 1857, appoints "my brother Isaac C. A. Skillern the executor thereof."

References
  1. Skillern and Allied Families, site of Jo Thiessen.