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Thomas Skidmore (Scudamore), 1605-1684 of Westerleigh, Gloucestershire, and Fairfield, Connecticut : his ancestors and descendants to the ninth generation

by Warren Skidmore
Skidmore, Warren (Main Author)
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
English
  • Akron, Ohio : W. Skidmore, c1998
  • Winchester, Tennessee : W.F. Skidmore, c1998
on 1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
3rd ed.

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Thomas Skidmore (1605-1684) was born in Mayshill, Westerleigh, Gloucestershire, England, son of Richard and Agnes Lawrence Skydmore. Thomas eventually settled in Cambridge, Massachusetts and also lived in Connecticut and New York. He died in Fairfield, Connecticut. Early descendants lived primarily in New York, Connecticut, Maryland, and West Virginia. This work includes biographical sketches of 510 known male descendants of Thomas Skidmore who were married and heads of families by the end of 1860.

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