Facts and Events
From Source:Old Kittery and her families (68877), p. 731: John, son of Thomas and Deborah Skillin was driven by the Indians from Falmouth to Kittery in 1675. He returned to Falmouth in 1680 and was killed by Indians in 1689. His widow Elizabeth returned to Kittery and become the second wife of Elihu Gunnison.
From Source:Genealogical dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (33860) John, carpenter, Falmouth; signed a petition in Aug. 1665. In 1673 at Newcastle having his broadcloth made up (see Russell) appar. a w. Mary [probably a mistake though some researchers infer this was a first wife?] with him. Taxed Scarborough 1681. Constable 1686. Probably an Indian victim in Falmouth in 1689.