You didn't give much informationn on this post, so I went looking at your message history.Oh,LaVerne, you posted some nice information in another post, and even more to a response.Since you said you had info on other lines, I took up the Skipper line.
1880 census Parker Co, TX:
Category: Name;Relationship to head of household; Marital Status; Gender; Race; Age; Birthplace; Occupation; Father's Birthplace; Mother's Birthplace.
N.A. SKIPPERWifeMFemaleW61GAKeeping HouseGANC
P.B. SKIPPERSonSMaleW23ALAWorks On FarmNCGA
Thetus SKIPPERDauLWFemaleW28ALAAt HomeNCNC
Ella P. SKIPPERGDauSFemaleW5ALAALAALA
1870 census Elmore Co, AL:
Skipper, Bright, 55, b NC - Min of the Gospel - ld 1800/700
" Nancy, 45, b GA
" Brantley, 21, b AL
" Franklin, 18, b AL
" P.B., 16, b AL - male
" Belle, 10, b AL
" A.M., 7, b AL - female
1860 census Coosa Co, AL:
Skipper, B., 46, b NC - B. Minister - land 1880/pers 1700
" N.A., 41, b GA
" A., 21, b AL - m
" M.J., 18, b AL - f
" M.A., 17, b AL - f
" J.H., 15, b AL - m
" H.J., 14, b AL - m
" G.T., 12, b AL - m
" B.C., 10, b AL - m
" F.C., 8, b AL - m
" P.B., 6, b AL - m
" Sarah, 9/2, b AL
Check out Coosa Co, AL GenWeb archived records:
Poplar Srings Baptist Church, 1851 Rev B. Skipper preached, 133 Psalms.How exciting to know a scripture given by an ancestor.Index to 1850 census shows 2 Skippers listed, I don't have access online to 1850.I just did a quick look see.
Take some time and check out the regular GenWeb site, too:
They have a list of volunteers who will do specific lookups - among the list is cemeteries and county history.
Happy Hunting (^_^)