Skyler Stone

Stone in 2014, photo by kathclick/

Birth Name: Skyler Joseph Clipner

Place of Birth: St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.

Date of Birth: January 1, 1979

Ethnicity: English, Scottish, Welsh, Irish, German, one eighth Slovenian or Croatian

Skyler Stone is an American actor. He is known for starring on series Con (2005), which ran on Comedy Central. He spent part of his teenage years in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Skyler’s paternal grandfather was George R. Clipner (the son of George Adolph Clipner and Aimee Elise Meyer). Skyler’s grandfather George was born in Missouri. Skyler’s great-grandfather George was born in Illinois, the son of George William Clipner and Gertrude Violet Brown. Aimee was born in Missouri, the daughter of Robert Meyer, whose father was German, and of Amanda E., whose father was also German.

Skyler’s paternal grandmother was Patricia Palmer (the daughter of Joseph S. “Joe” Palmer and Albina Mary “Bina” Koritnik). Patricia was born in Missouri. Joseph was born in Kansas, the son of Samuel Lewis Palmer and Ethel Leona Bowling. Albina was born in Austria, and was likely of Slovenian or Croatian descent.

Skyler’s maternal grandfather was William Lawson McLane (the son of Flecher Wilson McLane and Willie Helen Bowling). William was born in Alabama. Flecher was born in Alabama, the son of Jessie Lee McLane and Annie Elizabeth Broadstreet. Willie was born in Alabama, the daughter of John William Bowling and Mary Elizabeth Woodham.

Skyler’s maternal grandmother was Betty Jean Hall (the daughter of Walter Mann Hall and Nancy A. Shawhan). Betty was born in Missouri. Walter was born in Missouri, the son of James Madison Hall and Jeanette Busch Shimfessel. Nancy was born in Missouri, the daughter of William Gibbins Shawhan and Lail Alexander.

Sources: Obituary of Skyler’s paternal grandmother, Patricia (Palmer) Clipner –

Genealogy of Skyler’s maternal grandparents, William Lawson McLane and Betty Jean Hall –

1 Response

  1. andrew says:

    1/8 Slovenian

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