HARRISON COUNTY MISSOURI
Family Page for
Samuel B. Skinner
and Elizabeth (Hazelton) Skinner.


Samuel B. Skinner was born May 20, 1789 in Jersey, Somerset County, PA. the son of Nathaniel Skinner and Elizabeth Harned
he married Elizabeth (Betsey) Hazelton on January 23, 1817 in Perry County Ohio.

Elizabeth (Betsey) Hazelton was born on December 28, 1793, the daughter of John Hazelton and Barbara Slaughter

Samuel B. Skinner and Elizabeth (Betsey) Skinner were the parents of nine children:

Lot Skinner
B: 12-08-1817
D: 04-24-1885
1st wife: Martha Jane Davis
2nd wife: Sarah Lavinia Holiday Davis
Polly Skinner
B: 11-28-1819
D: 07-09-1910
1st Husband: Wm. H. Skinner
2nd Husband: Joseph Brown

Nathaniel Skinner
B: 09-22-1821
D: 1902
Wife: Agatha A. Wilson


Asinth Skinner
B: 03-20-1824
D: 03-05-1883
Husband: Washington Tipton
Barbara Skinner
B: 08-23-1826
D: 1899
Husband: Osborn Brown
Elizabeth Skinner
B: 10-10-1828
D: ?
Husband: Isaac Fowler
Hazelton J. Skinner
B: 03-10-1831
D: 1906
Wife: Susan Duncan

Samuel E. Skinner
B: 02-12-1833
D: 1905
Wife: Sarah A. Jones

Catherine Skinner
B: 08-22-1836
D: 02-13-1918
Husband: Jackson Vail

Samuel and Elizabeth were married in Pennsylvania, they immediately moved to Perry County, Ohio.  Their moving time was winter and they moved by sled.  They settled on a claim quarter section which was one and  one-half miles southwest of New Lexington, Ohio.  Samuel B died January 25, 1855 and is buried in the Hazelton Cemetery 7 miles from New Lexington, Perry County, Ohio.  Elizabeth died August 13, 1867 and is also buried in the Hazelton Cemetery.

Source: Personal research papers of Jewell Eisenbarger.
This information comes from the personal research of
my grandmother.  The information comes from various sources
such as family bibles, census records,obituaries and cemetery headstones,
as well as written correspondence from various family members.
You are encouraged to look at original documents to form your own
opinions. M.Beery







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