John Robert Skinner

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Claimant or beneficiary


Shown as 'Executor of Lambie' for the Friendship estate in St Thomas-in-the-East. William Lambie died c. 1832, but Skinner is more likely to have been a representative of an earlier William Lambie or of the heirs of the co-owner of Friendship, Charles Irvine. Two of the other three men in the same capacity in the claim (Robert Alcock and William Skinner Bishop of Aberdeen, each of whom q.v.) are also identifiable as resident in Scotland: the third, William Henderson, was also almost certainly resident in Scotland. The estate papers are in the Special Collections of the University of Aberdeen.    

  1. Almost certainly the John Robert Skinner, Writer to the Signet of Edinburgh, who died c. 1850.


T71/867 St Thomas-in-the-East no. 198. Papers of Charles Irvine and Friendship Estate 1794-1859 Aberdeen Library [Scotland] MS 2769/1/72/1-3.

  1. Edinburgh Gazette, Issue 5930, 15/01/1850, p. 43.

Further Information


Associated Claims (1)

£3,136 0s 0d
Awardee (Executor or executrix)

Addresses (1)

Edinburgh, Midlothian (Edinburgh), Central Scotland, Scotland