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The Skidmore family of Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, and of Rickmansworth Plantation in Kent County, Delaware, with an account of their descendants in North Carolina, Tennessee, and the west

Warren and William F. Skidmore
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
English
  • Akron, Ohio : W. Skidmore, c1998
  • Winchester, Tennessee : W.F. Skidmore, c1998
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
2nd ed.

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Henry Skidmore lived in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England. His will was probated in 1648/9. He had at least four children, Abraham, Henry, Katherine, and Ann. His grandson, Henry (ca. 1650-1695), son of Abraham, was born in Rickmansworth and later died in Cedwar Creek, Delaware. His brother, Thomas (ca. 1654-1695) also immigrated to America and died in Kent County, Delaware. Descendants lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Alabama, Iowa, Texas, California, Illinois, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Indiana, and elsewhere.

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