Rant SKINNER Dead Clever Donaldson Citizen Passes Away
MrJ. Rant SKINNER, a clever citizen living hear Donaldson
creek died on December 27th of pneumonia. Besides many friends he leaves a wife and nine children. The remains were
buried at the family grave yard.
Cadiz Record - death Dec 27, 1904
In Sad Memory of Rant Skinner
Mr Rant SKINNER died December 27. 1904, age 44 years.
Besides many friends, he leaves a wife and nine children and a sister and brother to mourn his death. He was a good man. Weep not, for we all try to sympathize with them that have to give up their family, for we know how sad it is to part from them, but God knows best. We canÕt see why he should stop and take the brightest flower away from us, but we may know some day. LetÕs all try to be ready to Meet "Uncle Rant" on that beautiful shore, where there will be no sad parting, and that will be a happy meeting when we all land there. A Loving Niece


December 25, 1926
Arthur Burnetts Cousin Dies In West
End Comes To Dr. Richard Skinner In Oklahoma At Fifty-Three
Dr. Richard Skinner, a native of Trigg county and first cousin of Circuit Clerk A. B. Burnett, of this city, died in Oklahoma on Christmas day.
A recent special from Mayfield says:
Word has been received by relatives and friends in this city and county of the death of Dr. Richard Skinner, which occurred at Sharo, Okla. Saturday. His death came suddenly from an attack of apoplexy. He was fifty-three years of age .
Cadiz Record


Kentucky New Era
Thursday June, 4 1998
Services for Winnie Skinner, 64, Consolation Loop, Crofton, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Goodwin Funeral Home, with the Rev. Don Hunter officiating.
Burial will be in East End Cemetary. She died at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at her home of natural causes.
A native of Trigg county, she was born May 8, 1934, the daughter of the late George Roy and Pauline McBride Hunter. She was a homemaker and a Baptist.
Survivors include her husband, Franklin Skinner Sr.; two sons, Franklin Skinner Jr., Crofton, Tim Skinner, Hopkinsville; two daughters Mrs. Willie (Judy) Seago, Mrs. Lawrence (Kathy) Greenier, both of Hopkinsville, three brothers, the Rev. Wilford Hunter and Tony Hunter, both of Gracey, Butch Hunter, Hopkinsville four sister, Mrs. thomas (Dot) Bagby, Mrs. Hank (Nell) Ortt, Mrs. Jimmy (Jennie) Leneave and Mrs. James (Nancy) Dunn, all of Hopkinsville. eight grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.


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