Ben Johnston Trigg

b. 21 December 1975, d. 19 December 1997
     After being missing for about 3 weeks, Ben's body and car were discovered at the bottom of a 500 foot embankment off the Blue Ridge Parkway, Haywood Co., in North Carolina on December 19, 1997. Ben Johnston Trigg was born on 21 December 1975 at Galveston, Texas. He was the son of David Campbell Trigg and Ann Redmond Corey. Ben Johnston Trigg died on 19 December 1997 at Blue Ridge Parkway, NC, at age 21.

John Bartholomew Ferchaud III

b. 14 June 1912, d. 19 October 2002
     John Bartholomew Ferchaud III was born on 14 June 1912 at New Orleans, Louisiana. He married Sarah Gertrude McCafferty Skinner, daughter of Joseph Edward Skinner and Margaret Rose McCafferty, on 8 November 1947 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Mobile, Mobile Co., AL. John Bartholomew Ferchaud III died on 19 October 2002 at St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO, at age 90. He was buried on 31 October 2002 at Catholic Cemetery, Mobile, Mobile Co., AL.

Children of John Bartholomew Ferchaud III and Sarah Gertrude McCafferty Skinner

John Bartholomew Ferchaud IV

b. 29 July 1954, d. 30 July 1954
     John Bartholomew Ferchaud IV was buried at Catholic Cemetery, Mobile, Mobile Co., AL. He was born on 29 July 1954 at New Orleans, Louisiana. He died on 30 July 1954. He was the son of John Bartholomew Ferchaud III and Sarah Gertrude McCafferty Skinner.

John Bartholomew Ferchaud V

b. 25 February 1956, d. 12 January 2009
Bart Ferchaud (1956 - 2009)
1986 Gulf Shores, Alabama
      John Bartholomew Ferchaud V also went by the name of Bart. He was born on 25 February 1956 at El Dorado, AR. He was the son of John Bartholomew Ferchaud III and Sarah Gertrude McCafferty Skinner. John Bartholomew Ferchaud V died on 12 January 2009 at DesPeres Hospital, St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO, at age 52 , and was buried on 15 January 2009 at Valhalla Cemetery, St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO; following a funeral mass at St. Richard Catholic Church.

As a young man Bart began bicycling for exercise and frequently rode 100-mile routes his whole adult life and and rode annually in the 100-mile marathon for MS in Columbia, MO. He was a Yondan (4th degree black belt) in Aikido, Chuden in Mind and Body Unification, and Assistant Ki Lecturer teaching certification from Ki Society international. Bart Sensei began training in April, 1989. He successfully tested for the the rank of Chuden in Shinshin Toitsu Do in June 2007 with Ki Society International President Shinichi Tohei Sensei. By recommendation of Midland Ki federation Chief Instructor Koichi Kashiwaya, he was awarded Yondan (4th degree black belt) from Ki Society International. Bart has been an engaged and engaging member of Saint Louis Ki Society since the beginning of his training. He served as a teaching assistant and regular teacher. Bart served for a time on the Saint Louis Ki Society Board of Directors. He also helped the organization with his computer graphic skills.

Early in his training, Bart was an assistant to Kate Theis when she taught children's classes. He was an athletic uke and could put on a flashy and engaging show of attacking and falling for the kids, who knew him affectionately as "Bad Bart". This title was especially funny because no one could ever think of Bart as bad in any way. Bart went on to be an assistant to other instructors, including Hemi Mistry and Sue Shepard. He became the regular Sunday morning teacher about four years ago. Bart was also a regular teacher at Meramec Valley Ki Society in Fenton, Missouri.


Bart was a graphic designer with extensive experience in both print and interactive media. He worked with clients like Hewlett-Packard, Ford, GM, Lucent and Avaya to produce websites, mass e-mails, and tradeshow booths.

Patricia Jean Skinner

b. 31 January 1947, d. 23 August 2008
      Patricia Jean Skinner was also known as Tricia Skinner. She was born on 31 January 1947 at Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co., MI.1 She was the daughter of Donald Joseph Skinner and Mary Katherine Kessler. Patricia Jean Skinner died on 23 August 2008 at Livonia, Wayne Co., MI, at age 61.1

Citations

  1. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 372-48-4185.

Donald Frederick Skinner

b. 23 December 1953, d. 23 August 2014
     Donald Frederick Skinner was born on 23 December 1953 at Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co., MI. He was the son of Donald Joseph Skinner and Mary Katherine Kessler. Donald Frederick Skinner died on 23 August 2014 at age 60.

Don Skinner, age 60 of Canton, passed away on August 23, 2014. Loving husband of 14 years to Joann. Beloved father of Nicole (Joshua) Grave, Benjamin (Danielle) Skinner and step father of Steven Waitulionis. Proud grandfather of Jacob Grave and Lily Skinner. Cherished son of Mary Kathryn Skinner. Dear brother of Kathryn Levi, Capt. Joseph (Elizabeth) Skinner, USN Retired, Michael P. (Patricia) Skinner, PHD Senior Patent Analysts at Intel, Cynthia (Matthew) Wilkin, Capt. William (Alise) Skinner, USN Retired. Preceded in death by sister Patricia Barry. Don loved the outdoors especially hunting and fishing.

A memorial mass will be held on Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 10:30am with family receiving friends beginning at 10:00am at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church 47650 North Territorial Rd, Plymouth. A memorial gathering will be held on Friday, September 5, 2014 from 6:00pm-9:00pm with a Scripture service at 7:00pm at the Schrader-Howell Funeral Home 280 South Main St, Plymouth.

Alice VanBrunt

b. 21 June 1928, d. 20 December 2012
     Alice VanBrunt was born on 21 June 1928 at Flushing, NY. She was the daughter of Ralph VanBrunt and Theresa Boyle. Alice VanBrunt married Maj. John Thomas McCafferty Skinner, son of Joseph Edward Skinner and Margaret Rose McCafferty, on 20 February 1953. Alice VanBrunt lived in 1990 at 3204 Floyd St., Richmond, VA. She lived in 2000 at 3204 Floyd St., Richmond, VA. She died on 20 December 2012 at Sunrise Senior Living, Lynnfield, MA, at age 84. She was buried on 27 December 2012 at Kensico Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, NY.

John Skinner married Alice Van Brunt on February 21, 1953 at Fort Totten, New York. Alice was born on June 21, 1928, in Flushing, New York. Her father was Ralph Van Brunt. Her mother was Theresa Boyle Van Brunt. Alice and John met through their sisters, Billie Skinner Corey, and Jane Van Brunt Fitchett. When they met, John was attending a Petroleum class at Ft. Hamilton, N.Y., and often stayed with Billie in flushing. Alice was living with her sister, Jan. Alice grew up in Flushing, and came from a family of four girls. Her parents were born in New York, as were her grandparents. Her great grandparents were from Ireland on both her mother's and father's side of the family. Alice graduated from Queens College, The City University of New York, and worked as a Home Economist in New York.


Alice V. Skinner, a resident of Melrose for the past twelve years, died peacefully on December 20, 2012 at Sunrise Senior Living, Lynnfield, Mass., after a long illness. She was 84 years old.
Born Alice Ann Van Brunt on June 21, 1928, she was raised in Flushing, N.Y., and earned a bachelor's degree in home economics from Queens College in 1950. In February 1953 she married John Thomas Skinner, a major in the U.S. Army, at Fort Totten, N.Y. After Major Skinner completed his service in Korea, he and Mrs. Skinner lived at army bases in Japan and Germany before settling near Fort Lee, in Petersburg, Va., where they raised their family. Major Skinner died in June 1968.
After earning a master's degree in nutrition from Virginia State University, Mrs. Skinner enjoyed a long career with the Department of Defense, where she worked as chief dietician for the Troop Support Division of the Richmond-based Defense Logistics Agency. Mrs. Skinner moved to Richmond from Petersburg in April 1987. After retiring from the DLA in 1991, she started her own personal-nutrition consulting business and taught cooking classes in her home. She was also a docent at Sherwood Forest Plantation, the home of U.S. President John Tyler, in Charles City, Va.
Mrs. Skinner moved to Massachusetts in 2001 to be nearer to her daughters, Elizabeth Skinner Carduff, of Melrose, and Mary Carol Skinner, of Florence. Both daughters survive her, as do a son, John T. Skinner Jr., of DeWitt, Va., and three grandchildren, John T. Skinner III, of Morehead City, N.C., Emily Van Brunt Carduff, of South Hadley, Mass., and Eliot Skinner Carduff, of Durham, N.H. She was a faithful parishioner at St. Mary of the Annunciation Church, Melrose. She loved cooking, gardening, her beautiful home, her many dogs and cats, and trips to Maine and the beaches of Boston's north shore.
A funeral Mass will be held on December 27th at10AM in the Holy Name of Jesus Church, Two Broadway, Valhalla, N.Y., with interment at Kensico Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, N.Y. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to St. Anthony's Shrine, 100 Arch Street, Boston, MA 02110, or to the ASPCA, P.O. Box 96929, Washington, DC 20090-6929.

Child of Alice VanBrunt and Maj. John Thomas McCafferty Skinner

John Thomas McCafferty Skinner Jr.

b. 5 December 1958, d. 16 January 2014
John Thomas and Karen Grutchfield Skinner Jr.
2001 Reunion
     John Thomas McCafferty Skinner Jr. was born on 5 December 1958 at Petersburg, VA. He was the son of Maj. John Thomas McCafferty Skinner and Alice VanBrunt. John Thomas McCafferty Skinner Jr. died on 16 January 2014 at DeWitt, Dinwiddie Co., VA, at age 55. He was buried on 21 January 2014.

From the Richmond Times-Dispatch, viewed on-line, 19 January 2014:

SKINNER, Mr. John Thomas "Tommy" Jr., a resident of DeWitt, Va., died at home January 16, 2014, after a long illness. He was 55 years old. Born December 5, 1958, he was raised in Petersburg, Va., and attended Petersburg High School. He enjoyed a 30 year career assembling products for The HON Company, a manufacturer of office furniture, in Chester, Va., followed by a short stint spinning metal fibers at DuPont's Spruance Plant, near Richmond. He is survived by his son, John T. Skinner III of Morehead City, N.C; his longtime and devoted companion, Brenda Carpenter; his former wife, Karen Skinner of Richmond; two sisters, Elizabeth Skinner Carduff of Melrose, Mass. and Mary Carol Skinner of Florence, Mass; his niece, Emily V. Carduff; and nephew, Eliot Skinner Carduff both of Melrose, Mass. He was the son of the late John T. and Alice V. Skinner. Tommy valued family above all else, had a talent for gardening and grilling, loved fishing, guns, and the out-of-doors, and cherished his many dogs. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, January 20 at the Petersburg Chapel of J.T. Morriss and Son Funeral Home, 103 S. Adams St., Petersburg, Va. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at the funeral home, with Fr. Jay Wagner, Celebrant. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to the ASPCA, P.O. Box 92969, Washington, D.C. 20090-6929. To view an online tribute and sign his memory book, please visit www.jtmorriss.com.

Francis Janet Hill

b. circa 1839
     Francis Janet Hill was born circa 1839 at AL.1 She was the daughter of John William Henry Hill and Mary Bates.

Citations

  1. [S33] 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

John William Henry Hill

b. 25 April 1814
     John William Henry Hill was born on 25 April 1814 at Culpepper, VA. He was the son of Major Thomas Hill and Fannie Russell Baptist. John William Henry Hill married Mary Bates, daughter of Jehu Bates and Jannet Barnes, on 20 June 1837.

John W. and Mary were enumerated in the 1860 Washington Co., AL, federal census. He was a farmer, age 46, she was 35. Children in the household were Frances J. 21, Thomas J., 20, Mary E. 18, Laura A. 16, Margaret B. 14, Eliza F. 12, and John E. 1.

Children of John William Henry Hill and Mary Bates