Person:Thomas Skillings (3)

m. 1642
  1. Thomas Skillings1643 - bef 1676
  2. John Skillings1644 - 1689
  3. Deborah Skillings1648 - Aft 1715
  4. Abigail Skillings1652 - 1722
  5. Joseph SkillingsAbt 1654 -
  6. Benjamin SkillingsBef 1667 -
  • HThomas Skillings1643 - bef 1676
  • WMary LewisAbt 1654 -
  1. Benjamin SkillingsAbt 1671 - 1764
Facts and Events
Name[4] Thomas Skillings
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] Nov 1643 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Death[3] bef. 30 Dec 1676 Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine, United States
References
  1. Early Settlers of Essex and Old Norfolk, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 8:52.

    Skillin. Thomas, and Deborah had son Thomas, b. Nov. 1643.

  2. Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1916-1925), 2:292.

    Skellin, Thomas, s. Thomas and Debora, Nov. ---, 1643. CT. R.

  3. The Skillings Family, in The Maine historical and genealogical recorder. (Portland, Maine: S.M. Watson), 2:102.

    Her husband Thomas Skillings had deceased before Dec 30, 1676 when administration was granted to widow Mary and there is a strong possibility that this only child Benjamin was posthumous.

  4. editors. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register: Early Settlers of Essex and Old Norfolk, Volume: vol. 6-8. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, April, 1852 - January, 1854), vol.8, page 52.

    [This source was given with a birth date of Sept 1643, which I removed when I merged this page with an existing page. This source cited here says literally "Nov. 1643" (see S1), so it doesn't even justify the date of September 1643. One can only guess that some other source was seen specifying the 9th month and that is why the month was changed to September despite this very clear source. It thus appears Sept is a misinterpretation of "9th month", which, at the present time, is considered to be September, but which, prior to 1753, was considered to be November. User:Jrich Mar. 15, 2009]