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Montana, its story and biography, a history of aboriginal and territorial Montana and three decades of statehood, under the editorial supervision of Tom Stout ... (Volume 3)

Montana, its story and biography, a history of aboriginal and territorial Montana and three decades of statehood, under the editorial supervision of Tom Stout ... (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

Montana, its story and biography, a history of aboriginal and territorial Montana and three decades of statehood, under the editorial supervision of Tom Stout ... (Volume 3)

Montana, its story and biography, a history of aboriginal and territorial Montana and three decades of statehood, under the editorial supervision of Tom Stout ... (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : SNYDER


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Will Gross, of Walla Walla, Mrs. Georgianna Snyder, of Palouse, Washington , Hank J. Frank B., a stockman and farmer


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married. September I, 1914, Mary Isabell Snyder. She was horn at Kansas City, Kansas, a daughter of Winfield P. and


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aged twelve years. · Willard Frederick Snyder was reared on his father's farm until thirteen years of age, and at


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two years. With his earnings Mr. Snyder then bought forty acres of land, on which he erected a house, and


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contributing editors of this work. Mrs. Snyder was educated in the public schools and a sisters' school at Saginaw, Michigan.


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Josenh Snyder, father of Willard Frederick Willard Snyder, was born, but he later moved further west to Michigan, and died


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at Billings to Miss Nellie Cecile Snyder, a daughter of W. F. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have one son.


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was Petsey Hogue, becarne Mrs. George Snyder, and she is still living in Cass County, Missouri.


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Justice. Albert Lowry married Amanda Snyder, who was. born near Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in 1846 and died in Dickinson County,


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was married at Winona to Catherine Snyder, born in Bohemia in 1839. She died at Radersburg, Montana, in 1897, aged