Skirvin, John and Catherine Nisbet (m.1825)

Description

1814 Self-interpreting Bible published by Brightly and Childe, Bungay, England

Bible B48

Marriages

  • John Skirvin to Catherine Nisbet. 1825.
  • Louis P. Trouselle to Catherine Skirving. December 20, 1863. New Albany, Indiana.
  • Merell Dufresne Holmes to Anna Campbell Trouselle. August 4, 1886. Floyd County, New Albany, Kentucky.
  • Walter G. Sauer to Catherine Anna Holmes. October 1, 1912. Louisville, Kentucky.

Births

Children of John Skirvin and Catherine Nisbet:

  • Margrat Skirvin. February 25, 1827.
  • Peter Skirvin. September 22, 1828.
  • John Skirvin. March 27, 1831.
  • James Skirvin. March 2, 1833.
  • William Skirvin. February 19, 1836.
  • Margrat Skirving. March 26, 1837.
  • Andrew Skirving. October 18, 1839.
  • David Skirving. March 27, 1842.
  • Katharine Skirving. January 26, 1843.
  • Elisabeth Skirving. June 21, 1845.

Children of Louis Trouselle and Catherine Skirving:

  • Anna(?) Campbell Trouselle. June 30, 1863.
  • Maggie D. Trouselle. September 2, 1867.
  • Elisabeth S. Trouselle. May 13, 1870.
  • Frank Ferguson Trouselle. April 10, 1873.

Children of Merell Holmes and Anna Campbell:

  • Lauel Holmes. December 1, 1887.
  • Catherine Anna Holmes. July 17, 1890.
  • Lois Trouselle Holmes. May 2, 1892.

Children of Walter Sauer and Catherine Holmes:

  • Walter G. Sauer. December 3, 1915.

Deaths

  • Margrat Skirvin. March 18, 1827.
  • Elisabeth Skirvin. July 21, 1846.
  • Catherine Nisbet. April 8, 1852. Aged 51 years.
  • John Skirving Smith Inverky. October 4, 1857. Aged 62 years.
  • Louis P. Trouselle. May 30, 1874.
  • Frank Ferguson Trouselle. April 28, 1892.
  • Katherine Skirving Trouselle. November 12, 1918.
  • Catherine Anna Holmes. October 23, 1977.
  • Walter G. Sauer. April 19, 1979.
  • Lauel Holmes. May 9, 1930.
  • Anna Campbell Trouselle Holmes Zeillman(?). January 16, 1943.

Notes

  • (Top of records page) Athelstonford (village in Scotland). June 4, 1825.
  • This Self-Interpreting Bible was used aboard the USS Texas, a battleship that was in operation from 1914 – 1948 and saw action in both World Wars I and II. Texas was the first battleship to launch an aircraft and the first to mount anti-aircraft guns.