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Ref (i)  Confirmed in page 6 of Sikander Sahib and page 151 of the Asiatic Annual Register 1803

Ref (ii)  LLD.D. - Legum Doctor (Doctor of Laws in english) is a doctorate-level academic degree in law / an honorary doctorate, depending on the jurisdiction.

Ref (iii) H.E.I.C.S. - Abbreviation for the 'Honourable East India  Company Service'.

Ref (iv)  MS in College of Arms given in 1703 by Rev William Skinner

Ref (v)   Refers to 'A Few memorials of the Right Rev. Robert Skinner D.D. Bishop of Worcester 1663', by Alan Maclean Skinner Q.C. 1800 - 1885.  Printed, not published, in 1866

Ref (vi)  Recorded in The Edinburgh Academy Register 1824 - 1914 and confirmed by Andrew McMillan Hon Archivist, The Edinburgh Academy, 22nd June 2015 by email.
William Skinner
Hess 1916 to
1918, buried in
‘WMA’
James Skinner =
b. 1835 in Nova
Scotia, buried
1924 in ‘WMA’.
Melina Skelton
b. 22 Jan 1846
‘WMA’, d. 16
Aug 1925 ‘WMA’.
Jane Elizabeth McCormick Skinner b. 28
Oct 1839 in Pictou, Nova Scotia, d. 1 Mar
1920 in WMA. She was known as “Jennie”.
Jane was a schoolteacher & didn’t marry
John Mckinley Murdoch
b. 1 Jan 1843 in Pictou,
N.S., d. 10 Oct 1926 in
‘WMA’.
Christina Mitchell Skinner =
b. 30 Aug 1844, Pictou,
N.S., d. 30 Sep 1932 in
‘WMA’.
Margaret Bell Skinner =
b. 29 Jan 1837, Pictou,
Nova Scotia, d. 1 Mar
1923, Pictou, N.S.
John MacKay b. 1 Jan
1828, Limerock, Pictou
Nova Scotia, d. 8 Apr
1914, Pictou, N.S.
James Lampton
Skinner b. 26 May
1873 in ‘WMA’, d.
15 Aug 1896, ‘WMA’- unmarried
Annie Almira        =
Skinner b. 2
Jan 1879 in ‘WMA’
d.14 Nov 1968,
buried in ‘WMA’.
1913 Max
GustavHess
1878 - 1975
- a musician
Mabel Lorain Skinner =
b. 16 Aug 1870 in
‘WMA’, d. 13 Aug
1935 in Winchester,
Massachusetts, USA
Charles
Granville
Lund
1892 - 1955
Maude Melina Skelton =
Skinner b. 4 Mar 1880
in ‘WMA’, d. 10 Oct
1956 in Jefferson,
Alabama, USA
Frederick Thompson
Dow b. 23 Jun 1877
in ‘WMA’, d. 4  Mar
1946 in Birmingham
Alabama, USA
Frederick Arthur
Dow b. about 1912
in Englewood,
Colorado, USA
Charles Granville
Lund 1892 - 1955
Elanor Lund
1895 - 1974
Donald
Lund
Anne
Lorrain
MacKay
1860-1865
Margaret
Jean
MacKay
1861-1941
Basil Bell
Mason
MacKay
1864-1940
Avangeline
Anne (Dot)
MacKay
1867-1948
A son -
MacKay
b. & d.
1868
Victor
Lorrain
MacKay
1870-1872
John
Reginald
MacKay
1874-1944
Zoe
Lorraine
MacKay
1877-1940
Son
MacKay
no dates
James Skinner    =
1805–1861, born
& died in Pictou
County, Nova
Scotia; in 1838
lived in Caribou,
Pictou, Nova
Scotia; He suc-
ceeded his father
In 1836 as Clerk
of the Peace and
Prothonotary.
Cap Donald Skinner       =
born 1808 Nova Scotia,
master of sailing barque
Barbera”. He  died
attempting to rescue men
of the sinking barque
Alpha Omega” off the
coast of Newfoundland,
Canada 4 March 1848.
Anne Bell Lorain
born in Dumfries
and Galloway in
1814, she was
buried 1890 in
‘WMA’.
Hectorina McLean Skinner =
1810-1883, b. 1810 New
Glasgow, Pictou, Nova
Scotia; d. 11 May 1883
Little Dunkeld, Perth,
Scotland. Named after her uncle Sir Hector McLean, 11th Laird of Kingairloch,
7th Baronet Of Morvern
and 23rd Chief of the Clan
McLean.
John
Skinner
1814 to
……?
Elizabeth McCormack =
Skinner 1815 – 1894,
b. 12 Mar 1815 in New
Glasgow, Pictou, Nova
Scotia; d. 1894 in
Pictou, Nova Scotia.
Colin Skinner =
born 16 Oct
1816 in New
Glasgow,
Pictou, Nova
Scotia. Date
Of death
The Rev Hugh McKenzie
of Wallace, Cumberland,
Nova Scotia on 9 Apr
1833. They settled in
Scotland where Hugh
was a minister (he had
been born in Ross and
Cromarty, Scotland and
had been preaching in
Nova Scotia when he met
and married Hectorina).
The Rev Alexander
McGillivray (1801-
862) of Croy,
Inverness,
Scotland, a well-
Known minister
of the time.
Agnes
Taylor
Captain John     =
Skinner born
on 20 Apr 1820
in New Glasgow,
Pictou, Nova
Scotia. John was
a sea captain
Like his brother
Donald. Date of
death unknown.
Michael Wallace =
Skinner born 20
Jan 1823, New
Glasgow, Pictou,
Nova Scotia. A
druggist in Charlottetown,
PEI, Canada.
Date of death
unknown.
Jane Cameron
of Scotland.
They had a large
family of at least
11 Children,
with at least 7 of
them sons, carr-
ying on the
Skinner name,
Although some
did not marry.
Mary
Woolner.
They had
3
Daughters
Hugh Skinner born
11 March 1818 in
New Glasgow, Pictou,
Nova Scotia;died 3
March 1863 in
Aricibu, Puerto Rico,
West Indies. He was unmarried and an overseer on an estate
in 1841.
Margaret
Mclean,
they had 4
children:- 2
daughters
and 2 sons.
date of
death
unknown.
Agnes Gibson Skinner
Jul 1837 - 29 Dec 1837
born in New Glasgow,
Pictou, Nova Scotia
Marjorie Elizabeth McCormack
Skinner, 1843 - ?
John Skinner
1844 - ?
Catherine Skinner
1850-?
James A. Skinner 1852-1930
1930, married Catherine
McGillivray and had at least
7 children including 3 sons.
(‘WMA’ = Woburn,
Massachusetts, USA)
Captain James =
Charles Skinner
1830-1924; b.
Jul 1830 Port
Hastings,
nverness, Nova
Scotia; d. 1 Sep
1924 at Port
Hastings,
Inverness,
Nova Scotia.
Master Mariner.
Mary Ann
Chrichton
and had 6
Children
with two
sons David
E (1854-?)
and William
H (1874-).
Elizabeth ?
Married John
MacDonald of
Cape Jack, Cape Breton -
no family.
Captain Donald Skinner =
1810 - ?, b. circa 1810
Port Hastings,
Inverness, Nova Scotia.
They had at least 5
children with one son
Robert carrying on the
Skinner name. Donald
as a Master Mariner.
Annie
MacPherson
of Grandance,
Cape Breton.
John Kenneth Skinner =
(1834-1923); b. 16 Apr
1834 Inverness, Cape
Breton, Nova Scotia,
died 4 Jan 1923 Los Angeles, Los Angeles,
California, USA.
Kenneth was a carpenter/contractor.
They had 3 children, 2
of them sons: Henry
Everett Skinner (1871-
1961) and John Kenneth
Skinner Jr. (1888-1965).
Henry married Alice
Moran and had one son
Kenneth Marion Skinner
(1907 – 1974).
Amanda
Melvina
(Vina)
Daniels
(1855-
888).
Mary    =
Skinner
Born
1829.
John
Cameron
(1820-?).
Archibald  =
B. Skinner
1802-1889,
born 1802
in Nova
Scotia. Died
1889 Port
Hastings,
Inverness,
Cape
Breton,
Nova
Scotia. They
had a large
family.
Ann B.
Creighton
(1833-1907).
Jane
Cameron
1811-1887
John Skinner =
1813-1894, b.
in Nova
Scotia. Died
14 Mar 1894,
Port Hastings,
Inverness,
Cape Breton,
Nova Scoti.
They had a
large family.
Jessie
Cameron
(1843-?) on
2 Apr 1868
in
Inverness,
Cape
Breton, Nova
Scotia.
Hector Skinner
(1837-1875) b.
1837 in
Inverness, Cape
Breton, Nova
Scotia, d. 14 Mar
1875 in a hotel
fire in
Gloucester,
Essex,
Massachusetts,
USA. He was
single and was
buried in
Gloucester, MA
Hugh Beaton =
Skinner 1828-
?, b. 10 Aug
1828 in
Inverness,
Cape Breton,
Nova Scotia
where he also
died after
1901. They
had at least
6 children
including 2
sons: James
b. 1869 and
Hugh b. 1873.
Allan
Campbell
1860-1940
Other child-
Ren who all
Died young:- Jessie,
James
and Hector Skinner.
Jessie Skinner =
1838 1932 born
about 1838 in
Nova Scotia
and died 7 Nov
1932 Tory, Inv-
erness, Cape
Breton, Nova
Scotia, Canada.
They had 8
Daughters
and 2 sons.
James Skinner DRCS (Diploma Royal College =
of Surgeons, Edinburgh) born 17 Oct 1781
Ardnamurchan, Scotland (source Fasti
ecclesiae Scoticanae); died 15 Sep 1836
Pictou, Nova Scotia,Canada (newspaper The
Bee 21 Sept 1836 p 142; alt. 20 Sept 1836;
buried 23 Sept 1836 Laurel Hill Cemetery,
Pictou). 1803, emigrated to Canada from
Edinburgh, on the brig Aurora, with brother
Hugh Beaton Skinner. First university-taught
Doctor of Medicine to practice in Nova Scotia,
James’ mother was Mary McLean, the eldest
daughter of Hugh McLean 9th of Kingairloch
and Elizabeth MacLachlan.
6 Dec 1804, Elizabeth      =
McCormack born 1783,
James’ first cousin on his
mother’s side. Elizabeth’s
Mother was Jane McLean,
4th daughter of Hugh
McLean 9th of Kingairloch
and Elizabeth MacLachlan.
Elizabeth died 25 Dec 1831
New Glasgow, Pictou, Nova
Scotia, CANADA.
after 1832,
2nd wife
Agnes Taylor
1816 - 18456
Elizabeth
born 25
Sep 1778
in “Ard.”
Margaret
born 19
Oct 1779
in “Ard.”
Mary born
19 Aug
1786 “Ard”
died C.1788
In “Ard.”
“Ard.” = Ardnarmurchan,
Scotland
Catherine Beaton
of Uist, Scotland,
at an unknown
place and time,
and had a large
family.
Hugh B. Skinner born 9 Apr 1784   =
Arnarmurchan (source Fasti
ecclesiae scoticanae); died C.
1877 Ponds, Inverness, Cape
Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Emigrated to Canada on the Brig
Aurora out of Edinburgh in 1802,
travelling with his brother James Skinner. The ship was bound for
Pictou but stranded off Port
Hastings, Cape Breton and James
and Hugh Spent the winter there.
Hugh stayed and James went on to Pictou where he settled.
CANADA