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I don't believe there are any marriage records as early as 1820 in
Orleans CO. I can't even find a record of my ggrandfather's marriage in
1851 to Susan Briggs SKINNER. They were married in Eagle Harber ME
Church in Eagle Harbor, Orleans Co. Susan was the daughter of Jarvis
Macomber and Mary (Delano) SKINNER. They were married in Providence,
Saratoga Co., NY. There were a bunch of Skinners and Delanos in that
area. Jarvis's fatyher was Henry Skinner who was born in Rutland VT.
I'll look through my records for a CHLOE SKINNER. Good searching!
On the 1850 Barre, Orleans Co., NY census, I find my husband's Chloe
Skinner, age 60. On the 1860 census she is in Mackford, Green Lake,
Wisconsin. I believe she is the Chloe born 12 Feb 1792 in W. Springfield,
hampden, MA, daughter of Jehial Cahpin and Ursula Bement, for several
reasons which I won't go into now. However, I have no documented proof.
Nor do I know who she married, although by process of elimination, it could
be either the Stephen or the Joseph Skinner found on the 1830 census in
Barre, Orleans Co., NY........
Also on those early censuses in Orleans Co., I find Jarvis M. Skinner,
married to Mary Delano; J.D. Skinner, married to Louisa M., who could be her
Any of these names ring a bell? Are there any marriage records available in
Orleans Co. for about 1820?
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