Person:Thomas Skinner (21)

Thomas Skinner
m. 1665
  1. Mary Skinner1666 -
  2. Thomas Skinner1668 - Abt 1758
  3. Abraham Skinner1671 - 1744
  4. John Skinner1673 - 1754
  5. Richard Skinner1675/76 - 1758
  6. Joseph Skinner1676 - 1723
  7. Hannah Skinner1678 - 1725
  8. Benjamin Skinner1681 - 1750
  9. Sergeant Ebenezer Skinner1684 - 1755
  10. Nathaniel Skinner1685/86 - 1750
  11. Abigail Skinner1691/92 - 1765
m. Abt 1694
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Skinner
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 3 Nov 1668 Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Marriage Abt 1694 to Hannah Carpenter
Death[1] Abt 1758 Norton, Bristol, Massachusetts

Further Reading

See the Zubrinsky article http://members.cox.net/jrcrin001/Joseph3-Rehoboth&Swansea.pdf for an argument in support of Thomas' wife being Hannah Carpenter.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Joseph3 Carpenter (William2-1) of Rehoboth and Swansea, Massachusetts, in Zubrinsky, Eugene Cole. Carpenter Sketches: Links to Sketches And Articles Representing the Most Current and Reliable Scholarship Concerning Early Generations of the Carpenter Families of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island and Their Ancestors. (Carpenters' Encyclopedia of Carpenters, 2008)
    page 4.

    'HANNAH CARPENTER, b. 21 1st mo. [March] 1671 [uncertain if 1670/1 or 1671/2], d.
    probably Norton, after 29 June 1757 (named in husband’s will); m. probably Swansea,
    by 1695 (1st child b. 30 May 1695), THOMAS SKINNER, b. Malden, Mass., 3? Nov.
    1668, d. Norton between 29 June 1757 (will, in 89th yr.) and 19 May 1758 (probate),
    son of Thomas and Mary (Pratt) Skinner (BrCoPR [abstr] 2:219; WrVR 1:189; MalVR
    79; Skinner Kinsmen 8, 14–18; Ackley–Bosworth 277–78, 280; NEHGR 53:401–2;
    Norton Hist 88–89).'

  2. Corey, Deloraine P., Compiler. Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Town of Malden, Massachusetts, 1649-1850. (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Printed at the University Press for the City of Malden, 1903)
    p.79.

    cc = County Court returns
    Skinner
    Thomas, s of Thomas [born] Nov. __ , 1668.