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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.
Maria
Ethelreda
born 1791
William Anthony
Fleming Skinner
1926 - 1994
Reginald
Kenneth
Skinner  
1927 - 1974
Christopher
Melmoth
Skinner   
1929 - 1971  
John
Pringle
Augustus Cyril Skinner  =
1902-1988, d. Waitacere
Henderson, Auckland
NEW ZEALAND
Margaret
Hotchkin
1903 - 89
William Kenneth
Skinner 1912 -
1979,  died at
Melbourne,
AUSTRALIA
Kathlene
Browne
Kathleen
Evelin
Doris
1893-
1950
Reginald Charles  =
Skinner 1896 -
1962 died at St
Austell, Cornwall
Mary
Felemina
Johns
Winifred
Skinner
1899 - 1900
Lt William Walker Skinner R.N. =
born 1889, died aboard HMS
Hampshire on 5th June 1916
Dorothy
Eleanor
Hughes
Augustus Egerton =
Skinner
1873-1927
Gertrude Alice
Ferguson
1870-1951
Charles Reginald =
Skinner
1874 - 1959
Frances
Kate
Wippell
William Henry =
Skinner
1877 - 1910
Nora
Emily
Ponsford
Elvina
Florence
b. 1851
Maria    = 1)
Isobella
born 1842
John Sydney = 2)
Sydney
Bates
Reginald
Charles
Riddell
Augustus Charles =
Skinner
1844 - 1905
Elvina
Bunyard
William Pryce  =
Skinner
1846 - 1926
Maria Louise
Walker
1849 - 1924
Georgina
Theodora
1846 - 1905
Harriet
Sidney
1793 - 1826
Elizabeth
Catherine
1795 - 1863
William Augustus
Skinner
1797 - 1814
Isabella Dovilly    = 2)
Carter 1754- 1832
Lydia Henning = 3)
Ward d. 1789
Mary
Orlebar
Lancelot Skinner
born 1789  
William Augustus Skinner = 1)
1748 - 1833 b. in Cookham
John
Melmoth
Skinner
1765
to
1779
Capt Lancelot Skinner R.N.
(1788 - 1799). Commanded &
died in HMS Lutine which
was wrecked on 9 Oct 1799
off the Dutch coast. The
Lutine Bell was removed in
1757 & hung in the under-
writing room of Lloyd’s of
London. He lived at The Glebe
House, Easton on the Hill,
Northamptonshire.
Mary   =
born
in
1767
Henry
Thorold
John
Skinner
born
1769
called
to the
bar in
1803
Sophia =
1771
to
1848
Thomas
Walter
Charles
Skinner
1772
to
1792
Henry
Skinner
1774
to
1797
Rev William =
Skinner MA
Hannnah
Ginghill
Catherine
1781
to
1865
Jane
Sarah
1785
1865
Rev John   =
Skinner
1725-1805
Sarah
Lancaster
Capt Lancelot Skinner RN
born 1726, killed in the
frigate HMS Biddeford
in 1760
Catherine
born 1727
William     =
Skinner   
born 1728
Elizabeth
Skinner
died 1769
Constantia
born 1730
Mary
born
1732
Melmoth
Skinner
b. 1733  
Thomas
Skinner
b. 1735
Henry
Skinner
b. 1737  
Margeretta
born 1739
   Captain Lancelot Skinner R.N., Commander of HMS Lutine
Lutine was a frigate which served in both the French Navy and the Royal Navy. She was launched by the French in 1779. The ship passed to British control in 1793 and was taken into service as HMS Lutine. She sank among the West Frisian Islands during a storm in 1799. Captain Skinner and 33 of his crew out of a compliment of 36 were killed.
Built as a French Magicienne-class frigate with 32 guns, she was launched at Toulon in 1779. During the French Revolution, Lutine came under French Royalist control. On 18th December 1793, she was one of sixteen ships handed over to a British fleet at the end of the Siege of Toulon, to prevent her being captured by the French Republicans. In 1795, she was rebuilt by the British as a fifth-rate frigate with 38 guns. She served thereafter in the North Sea, where she was part of the blockade of Amsterdam.
HMS Lutine sank during a storm at Vlieland in the West Frisian Islands, Holland, on 9th October 1799 whilst carrying a large shipment of gold. Shifting sandbanks disrupted salvage attempts, and the majority of the cargo has never been recovered. Lloyd's of London has preserved her salvaged bell - the Lutine Bell - which is now used for ceremonial purposes only at their headquarters in London.
The Lutine Bell
Augustus Charles =
Skinner
1800 - 1882  
Mary Adelaide
Robbins
1807 - 1884
Gertrude Leonora  =
1899 - 1988, died
at Auckland,
NEW ZEALAND

Star (        ) denotes more information /picture
Mary      = 2)
Melmoth
Jane
Born
1690
William Skinner
born 1692
Katherine
born 1693
John Skinner  = 1)
born 1694
Sarah
Lancaster
Samuel Skinner
born 1695
Mary Skinner =
1697 -  1742
1743, Edward Gilbert
1680 - 1762 of St Paul’s
Walden, Herts
Lancelot Skinner  =
born 1689
Margaret
Lecock
HM Queen Elizabeth II’s
6th Great Grandparents
Lancelot Skinner   =
born 17 Feb 1610
in Hereford, died
in 1595
1642, Prescilla born 1622,
daughter of John  Arundell
of Bishops Frome, Somerset
Lancelot Skinner 1659 - 1724  =
Bishops Frome, Somerset
Jane, daughter of William
Parker who died in 1719
Elizabeth Skinner =
born 1625
1647 John
Norden
of Ledbury
Rev Edmund Skinner =
Rector of Le Byrtons
& Cradley
katherine dau
of Thomas
Wylde of
Worcester
Anne
Mary
Elizabeth
Belinda
William Skinner 1695-1757 Oriel College  =
Oxford B.A.1711 / M.A. 1715,  Rector of
Didmarton, Gloucestershire 1725 - 1735,
Benson, Gloucestershire 1735 - 1752.
Mary who
Died
in
1732
Ann =
Abigail
Stephen
Skinner
Robert
Eden
1)

  

2)
Mary =
1725
1782 Edward
Vaughan of
Llnfranach
Brecon
Capt Robert
Grant R.N.
William Skinner       =
1727-1795, Rector
of Eastnor and
Brasted, Kent,
buried  at Hampton
Bishop, Hereford
Mary,
1720
to
1799
Richard Skinner
1728-1796,
Rector of
Bafinham
Lincolnshire
Benjamin Skinner   =
1731-1782, B.A. in
1752, M.A. in 1755,
Pembroke College,
Oxford, Rector of
Purley, London
1773 at Purley,
Mary Elizabeth,
sister of
Archbishop
Moore
Captain Samuel Skinner       =
1652 - 1725, subject of a
fine memorial and bust in
Ledbury Church which
Proclaims: “He was no  
mean proficient at
maritime affairs”   
Anne
1652
to
1723
John
Skinner
Edward =
Skinner
1666
Margaret
William Skinner M.A.
1645 - 1717, Rector of
Sunbury, Middlesex
In 1675
see Ref (v)  
John Skinner  =
born 1559 of
Le Burtons,
Ledbury
Elizabeth
daughter
of John
Trovell
William Skinner
baptised at
Ledbury in 1567
died in 1645
Stephen Skinner
The Ford Bridge
Ledbury
Anthony Skinner
baptised
in 1572 at  
at Ledbury
Eileen
baptised  
in 1562
Ledbury
Katherine
of
Ledbury
(Ledbury Skinners)
ENGLAND 3
England 2
Royals
HMS Lutine