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Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early settlers

Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early settlers

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Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early settlers

Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early settlers

Source : FamilySearch

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also con-Dr. Markley married Miss Emma Snyder, of Harrisburg, daughter of Charles and Emma Snyder, the former of whom was


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General of Pennsylvania from Gov. Simon Snyder. He held that office two years, until 1811, when, Judge Henry having died,


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became the wife of Gov. Simon Snyder, of Pennsylvania. Most of his children having removed to Harrisburg he joined them


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GOV. SIMON SNYDER was born at Lancaster, in November, 1759. He was a member of:


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SIMON SNYDER RATHVON, Ph. D., oneof Lancaster's most eminent and respected citizens, died. March I9,


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deceased, Hannah, deceased, who married Aaron Snyder, Elizabeth, who" died at the age of eighteen years, Samuel and Frederick, deceased,


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June. 1827. a son of John and Catharine (Rich) Snyder. The family is of German descent, and the name was


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of its most esteemed inhabitants. Mr. Snyder was born in Petersburg, Lancaster county, in June. 1827. a son of John


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death of John A. Snyder, one of the well-known and highly respected citizens of Mt. Joy, on


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aged forty-eightyears, Catharine, mother of John A. Snyder, Henry, whose death occurred in 1845, aged forty-four years, and Jacob, who


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OF LANCASTER COUNTY parents of Mr. Snyder were Casper and Susanna (Kornhaus) Snyder, the latter a daughter of the owner


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Mrs. John A. Snyder has lived many years in this community and has seen much of


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his unele's paint store, married Mary B. Snyder Oct. 8, 1901. (2) Annie Jayne is a graduate of the Girls'


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He was commissioned by Gov. Simon Snyder, major of the Ist Battalion of the 97th regiment of militia during the


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Nov. 4, 1841, son of Henry C. and Susannah (Snyder) Shookers, who were born, respectively, in East and West Hempfield


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settled in Mountville about 1777. Casper Snyder was a blacksmith by trade, and in connection with his calling was for


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children born to Casper and Sabina Snyder were seven in number, all now deceased, viz.: John, Casper, 'Jacob, Catherine, wife


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18, 1861, a daughter of Christian and Fannie (Stauffer) Snyder, of East and I/Vest Donegal townships. Her parents died on


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25, 1883,to Mary S. Snyder, and to their union have come the following children: Fanny S., Ada


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Henry, William, Leah, who married Henry Snyder, Harriet, who died single, and 'Rachel, who married John C. Martin.


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Anna N., who married J. Paul Snyder, a druggist, in Phila-delphia, Lillian M., married to Amos H. Landis, the receiving


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Peter Risser and his wife, Anna Snyder, sailed from Rotterdam in the Robert and Alice," VValter Goodman, commander, qualified Sept.


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children, viz.: Anna, wife of Henry G. Snyder, Maria, wife of H. Reist Landis , and Jacob H. Jacob H.


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children were born. He married Mary Snyder, and has these children, Nettie, Aaron, Ross, Clarence, Maud and Anna Mary. (8)


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she was the daughter of Christian and Catherine (Snyder) Franck. Her father was the son of Deacon John Franck, of


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1843, is a daughter of Christian and Anna (Snyder) Hoffman, both native to Lancaster county, and is a lady of


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her home with her sister, Mrs. Snyder.


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created by the death of Joseph C. Snyder, a position which he still holds.


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Grandfather Peter Snyder was a prominent con-i tracting carpenter and builder in Hamburg, Pa.


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Henry Snyder, his son, and the father of Dr. Snyder, married Miss Catherine Shollenberger, daughter


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township in 1842, daughter of William and Hettie (Snyder) Pence. Her father was born in Maytown, and her mother in


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Martin, (3) Martin married a Miss Snyder, (4) Henry is mentioned below, and the daughters, three in number, married respectively,


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6, I87 . ' ' John K. Snyder was born Oct. I7, 1829, in Ephrata township, and now makes his


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manager in the Elizabeth Furnace. Mrs. Snyder was born in Elizabeth township, where she died Feb. 24, 1861, at the


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has three sets of buildings. Mr. Snyder has in his active days proved himself tone of the industrious, honest and


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Samuel Snyder, the father of John K., was born in Ephrata township, where he was


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BIOGRAPHICAL ANNALS has never lost. John K. Snyder was married in 1857 to Miss Maria Sensenig, by whom he became


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two children, Josie and Harry. Mr. Snyder married for his second wife, Elizabeth Burkholder, who died May 23, 1895, at


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Samuel S. Snyder was reared in his native community, and received his education in the


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captain of militia, by Gov. Simon Snyder. His death took place Feb. I, 184.2,and he left a mark upon his


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reached seventy-five. His second wife, Nancy Snyder, died in 1897, aged eighty years. No children were born to the second


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the former a son of Christian and Anna (Snyder) Nissley. Rev. Peter Nissley was born July 22, 1802, and died


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printer of Lancaster, who married Susan C. Snyder, William F., of Lancaster, and George L. (married to Kate Steever), both


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who is the widow of Peter Snyder. The second marriage of Abram Groff was to Mrs. Catherine (Bare) Good, and


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Catherine is the widow of Henry N. Snyder, of Mt. Joy township, Anna G. married Samuel G. Witmer, a farmer


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county, this State, son of John Frederick and Mary (Dehart) Snyder, also natives of the Keystone State. The paternal grandfather


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Mr. Snyder was born Feb. 13, 1843, in Ch1111squaque, Northumberland county, this State, son of


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paternal grandfather of our subject, John B. Snyder, was born in Montgomery county, where he spent the greater part of


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J. Frederick Snyder was born in Montgomery county, where he made his home until his marriage,


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William D. Snyder received his early education in the common schools of Milton, after which


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of Edgar Fager, of Columbia. Mrs. Snyder died in 1867, and our subject subsequently married Miss Nancy C., daughter of


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, In his political views Mr. Snyder is a Prohibitionist, and believes that the time will soon come when that


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Snyder was a son of Aaron and Hannah (Fenninger) Snyder, his father being a native of Germany, and his mother,


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SAMUEL SNYDER (deceased) was a reliable and progressive farmer in Leacock township, Lancaster county. He


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West Hempfield township, Lizzie married Jacob Snyder, and they live retired in Mt. Joy, Pa., Anna N. is the wife


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The second marriage of Mrs. Snyder was to Robert. E. L. Tomlin, who was a son of Robert Tomlin,


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On Jan. 31, 1875, John Michael Snyder was married, in Lancaster, to Mary Getz, who was born in 1852, in


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JOHN MICHAEL SNYDER (deceased) was for many years a well-knowncitizen of Lancaster, and was the genial


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war, and Mary, who married Mr. Snyder.


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14, 1872, a son of Christian and Susan (Longenecker) Snyder, of * VVarwicktownship, the former being one of the 'leading


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Mr. Snyder was born Jan. 14, 1872, a son of Christian and Susan (Longenecker) Snyder,


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of Jacob Snyder, was Christian Snyder, well known in his day as a wealthy and respected man, and reared


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JACOB L. SNYDER. The agricultural interests of Lancaster county, are in no danger of neglect


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township, Lancaster county, son of John M. and Elizabeth (Snyder) Slaymaker, natives of Williamstown, Paradise township.


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married (second) in 1856,to Miss Elizabeth Snyder, born in Paradise township. The children born to this union were as follows:


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of Illinois. Nancy, widow of John Snyder, lives in Lancaster county. Betsey married Joseph Horst, and John married Betsy Brubaker,


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purchased from his father's estate. Jacob Snyder had been its owner prior to its acquirement by the Stauffer family. Peter


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H., Fanny, deceased wife of Christ Snyder, Joseph, deceased, Christ, deceased: Jacob, a retired farmer, Henry, a farmer near Lititz,


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He is the son of Edwin E. and Margaret C. Snyder, and grandson of Jacob and Margaret (Erisman) Snyder, residents


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son of Edwin and Margaret C. Snyder, and grandson of Jacob and Margaret (Erisman) Snyder, residents of Lancaster city.


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JOHN E. SNYDER, an attorney of Lancaster, has attained a large law practice, to which


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Milling Company, who married M. Lillie Snyder, of Columbia, and Rebecca B., who died at the age of two years.


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was united in marriage to Amelia Snyder Selin, of Selinsgrove, Sny, der county, and to them were born ten children:


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5, 1893, he married Miss Amanda Snyder, daughter of Simon and Fannie (Bucher) Snyder, of Clay township. The children born


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Miss Amanda Snyder, daughter of Simon and Fannie (Bucher) Snyder, of Clay township. The children born of this union are:


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Maria, born in 1804, married Michael Snyder, and died in Lebanon county, leaving six children, Henry,


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Henrietta, Mrs. Stumpf, Anna, Mrs. John Snyder, of Lancaster, Charles, now deceased, John, a retired resident' of Lancaster, Rosa, wife


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who became the wife of Christian Snyder, Catherine, who became the wife of a Mr. Bomberger, Levi, who was the


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Martha E., the wife of Wilson Snyder, a Columbia druggist, John Armor, William Scott: Truman K., and Adam Humphriss. All


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order: Anna M., wife of Peter Snyder, a farmer in Strasburg, Pa., Josephine, wife of Harvey Smith, a mine superintendent


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Warwick township, Barbara, who married Christian Snyder, David, a farmer, a deacon of the Old Mennonite Church, Mary, the wife


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Lizzie Felker, David, who married Laura Snyder, and is a carpenter in Pekin, Ill., Frank 0., a farmer, who married


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of Columbia and married to Mary Snyder, George H., proprietor of a machine and general repair shop in Columbia, and


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1856,'and is a daughter of Aaron and Hannah (Fenniger) Snyder. Her father was born in Germany and her mother in


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her mother in Lancaster county. Aaron Snyder came from Germany with his -parents when a boy, and 'locatedin Leacock township,


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J. Peter Herman and Hannah F. Snyder were united in matrimony in Christ Church, Leacock township, Dec. 20, 1883,


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our subject, Susan, wife of Christian Snyder, of Kansas, Anna Mary, wife of Harry Bertzfield, of Co'lumbia, this county, Elizabeth,


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partner, is a son of Henry Snyder, who died thirty-six years ago, and he, too, belongs to an old and


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an old and well-known family. Mr. Snyder is also a graduate of the New Era printing. office. He married Miss


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JOHN POWELL SNYDER, Mr. Rider's partner, is a son of Henry Snyder, who died thirty-six years ago, and


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1851, a son of John C., and Jane (Given) Snyder, natives of'the same borough, the former of whom was


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JOHN S. SNYDER, the efficient and energetic Pennsylvania Railroad dispatcher at Columbia, was born in


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now brighten his home. Mrs. Katherine E. Snyder was born in York county, Pa., in May, 1855. a daughter of


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of Emanuel Sprout, a flagman. John C. Snyder was born, Feb. 21, 1805, was of German descent, and died April


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died April 3, 1894, Mrs. Jane Snyder was born of Irish extraction, June 30, 1810, and she died April 16,


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On June 19, 1878, Mr. Snyder married Miss Katherine E. Sittler, in Columbia, and after his marriage, his parents


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Andrew Snyder, father of John C. Snyder, came to America when quite young, served in


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Graybill, Nettie, the widow of Peter Snyder, of Reading, Pa. To his second wife, Catherine Good, was born Elam, a


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of E. D. Reilly and John E. Snyder, well known lawyers of Lancaster, has the distinction of having been the


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following family: Angeline, wife of John Snyder, a farmer of Clearfield, William, of Harrisburg, Chapman, of Bainbridge, Margaret, who is


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and is a son of Frederick and Lena (Snyder) Hoffman, the former a native'of Amsterdam, Holland, the latter of Berlin,


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of Lancaster, Susan, wife of Martin Snyder of West Lampeter township, Mary, the wife of Jacob Stokes, Fannie, the wife


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township, Fanny, deceased wife of Christ Snyder, of East Donegal, Joseph, who died in Illinois, Miss Mary, deceased, Christian, deceased,


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this county, who married a Miss Snyder. To this union came children as follows: Benjamin, who married and is deceased,


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Pa., Priscilla, the wife of Levi Snyder, and Jacob K., the subject of this biography.


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Hempfield , Elizabeth, who married Jacob Snyder, a farmer of East Donegal, Amos, the farmer on the old homestead, Mary,


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mother, whose maiden name was Emeline Snyder, in Mt. Joy. They were married in Lancaster in September, 1862. William came


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Union Co., Pa., daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Snyder) Baum, of Bucks county. Mr.-Baum was a gunsmith by trade._ He


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married in .1880 to Miss Mary A. Snyder, also a native of Lancaster, and a daughter of Michael and Marguerite


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a daughter of Michael and Marguerite Snyder. By this union two children have been born, Mary S. and John A.


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the Civil war, he married Miss Snyder, of Lancaster county, and they now live in Martic township. Hiram and Alfred


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Ephraim Nissley, Pl'112nna married John G. Snyder, and is now deceased, and Rebecca. Mrs. Anna Eby was a daughter


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a period of forty-two years Mr. Snyder was employed in the court house at Lancaster, and no figure was more


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JOSEPH C. SNYDER. During a period of forty-two years Mr. Snyder was employed in the


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Kate Mc Cue, deceased, l./rs. Annie Snyder, of Lancaster, Samuel, a blacksmith in Fayette county, Ill., Fannie, Mrs.


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the 4th of July, 1843, Mr. Snyder married Annie B. VVright, by whom he had the followingnamed children: Mrs. Henrietta


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but both died in childhood. Mrs. Snyder is a lady of intelligence, amiable disposition and kindly heart, and has a


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Cash Register C0,, he married Miss Mazie Snyder, and they have one son, Jacob. (5) Ann Elizabeth, born April 5.


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June 5, 1823, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Snyder) Fry, both of whom were of German descent. Mr. Fry was