1785 - 1876 (~ 91 years)
||Julia Ann Wright |
||23 Nov 2023 |
Information came from Richard E. Skeels. It originally appeared in Skeels Family History 1720-1980 (which includes the text of a hard back bound book, compiled and printed by George W. Roof in 1903 in Albion, IN). Important contributors to Section II of the above text were: Hazel Brown McCollough & Mrs. J. Harry Kidwell & Mrs. Edmund Schafer & Col. Mortimer Bennet. Kenton M. Kidd organized and compiled the combined three book edition of Skeels Family History 1720-1980. Part of the earlier books were set in type at South Side Press by Wayne Favinger, aged 15 yrs:
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Noble County Probate Records - 1859-1928
Skeels Benjamin, d. 5-28-1872. Fd: 7-1-1872. Sp: Margaret.
Skeels Caleb H, Fd: 7-22-1884. Sp: Elizabeth.
Skeels Nicholas, d. 6-1855. Fd: 3-15-1886. Sp: Julia, d. 12-1876. Ch: Rebecca Jones, Eleanor Stoneman, Margaret Shaw, Martha Belch, Ruth A Warford, Joshua, Caleb, Nicholas J, Benjamin Skeels, Mary Risor, Julia Skedgel. Gc: John N Stoneman, Mary E, Joshua, Daniel Shaw, Simon P, Isaac, Sarah, Eldridge M, William M, John O, Samuel R, Edward E, Martha M, Rilla A Skeels, Elizabeth Everhart.
Rebecca SKEELS married William JONES:
William JONES and Rebecca (SKEELS). William and Rebecca married in 1824 and had 11 children.
I believe her siblings were William and Joshua from her fathers first marriage and then Julia from his second.
Rebecca was the daughter of Nicholas and Rebecca (SCHRIVNER) SKEELS. Nicholas SKEELS (1783 MD - 1886 OH)and they were married in 1809. Nicholas then married in 1843 to Julia Ann WRIGHT.
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