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Subject: [QUICK] QUICK, GIBSON, SKIPPER ETC
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 12:10:22 EDT
Hi. Thanks for the offer. I have a John H. Skipper b 1831 in NC. In 1850
he is in Union Co., NC with the Stillwell family. There is also another man,
William Skipper bc 1836 also in a h/h in Union Co., NC. He is with the
Houston family. I think they might be brothers. They are the only ones in
Union Co. at that time. There is a marriage of a John Skipper in 1858 to an
Emaline Joyner. I believe this is the same man that married Mary Jane
Kissiah in Mecklenburg Co. in 1868. This couple are my great grandparents.
I don't know if they came from the Cumberland or Richmond crowd. Do you have
any info on this family?
Also, we are supposed to be descended from George Skipper whose sister (?)
Elizabeth married Solomon Quick>>>>>>I am foggy on this since I am at work. I
have a copy of the will of Elizabeth Quick somewhere at home.....suppposedly
Would appreciate any info and what I can do for you as well.
Joy Skipper Cornwell
Researching all BRIGMANs who moved from
Bertie/Tyrrell/Cumberland to the area in about 1745.
I am researching that time period through about 1825.
Their buddies were the Quicks, Gibsons, Skippers,
Higgins, Ivey, Oxendine, Lowery and the lot (some of
whom moved back and forth into Marlboro County).
I'd be glad to share anything I have and would
appreciate help from all you other Richmond
researchers out there.
Terri Brigman England