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Capt Aaron Skinner
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Birth: Jun. 14, 1713
New London County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Nov. 17, 1766
New London County
Connecticut, USA

He married Eunice Tainter on Aug 4,1737 at Colchester,CT. She was born Apr 13,1713, the daughter of Michael Tainter and Eunice Foote Tainter.

Children: Eunice Skinner Matson, Aaron Skinner Jr(husband of Mehitable Worthington Skinner), David Skinner, Mary Skinner, Charles Skinner, Jared Skinner, Lydia Skinner Nash, Lovina Skinner Phelps, Eli Skinner, and Amasa Skinner.

Family links: 
  John Skinner (1675 - 1740)
  Sarah Porter Skinner (1677 - 1748)
  Eunice Skinner Matson (1738 - 1814)*
  David Skinner (1743 - 1814)*
  Mary Skinner Williams (1745 - 1791)*
  Jared Skinner (1751 - 1838)*
  Lydia Skinner Nash (1754 - 1833)*
  Lovina Skinner Phelps (1757 - 1802)*
  Eli Skinner (1760 - 1851)*
  Amasa Skinner (1762 - 1833)*
  Daniel Skinner (1705 - 1787)*
  Joannah Skinner Loomis (1706 - 1801)*
  Joseph Skinner (1710 - 1773)*
  Aaron Skinner (1713 - 1766)
  Elizabeth Skinner Sexton (1718 - 1790)*
  Noah Skinner (1725 - 1813)*
*Calculated relationship
Deacon of the First Church of Christ in Colchester, in the 54th year of his age
Colchester Burying Ground
New London County
Connecticut, USA
Maintained by: Kevin Avery
Originally Created by: Frank Grimes
Record added: Nov 24, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6951546
Capt Aaron Skinner
Added by: Frank Grimes
Capt Aaron Skinner
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- Tx☆Oma
 Added: Aug. 23, 2012

- Kevin Avery
 Added: Mar. 22, 2009
Served in the American Revolutionary War under the Connecticut Militia in the Township of Colchester Connecticut. In Oct. , 1746, he was elected as Ensign of the North Company of the Trainband. Then in May of the same year, was elected Captain.Married Eun...(Read more)
- Beca
 Added: Apr. 15, 2007

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