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Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania : embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families v. 2

Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania : embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families v. 2

Source : FamilySearch

Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania : embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families v. 2

Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania : embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families v. 2

Source : FamilySearch

Results : SNYDER


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Snyder, Wilson S. 1670


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Snyder, Jonas H 1698


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Snyder, William M 1443


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Snyder, Peter H 922


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Snyder, Joseph S 1100


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Snyder, Jefferson 413


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Snyder, George W. 692* Snyder, James E 678


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Snyder, Charles W 475.


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Snyder, Mrs. Louisa R 689


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acres of land. He married Catharine Snyder, a native of Lynn township, and they had twelve children, namely: Peter (1817-1843,


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Henry Body), Barbara (married to George Snyder), Elizabeth (married to Daniel Maurer), Jacob, John, Daniel and Samuel. (2) Jacob (1735-1802)


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William Snyder), Joshua, Ann (m. Joseph Fehnel) , Amelia (m. Edward Schearer) , and Harrison


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and Harrison (m. (first) Mary Ann Snyder and (second) Louisa Smith).


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Oley, Emma A., m. to James E. Snyder, of Oley.


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Stabler) , a daughter (m. Jacob Snyder) , Nancy (m. Peter Mensch) , Susanna (m. Henry Hoffman) , Peggy (m.


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May 22, 1849, son of William and Margaret (Snyder) Bagenstose.


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at Reading, where daughter of Abraham and Catherine (Rlopp) Snyder, and both died, and had four children, William, Emma, Ida


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of Reuben and Angeline (Guldin)' George Snyder, Amelia m. Harrison Geiss, and Isabella , Price, who were residents of Jacksonwald,


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being Ellen Spangler, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Snyder) John Bush, Daniel Bitler and Henry Stetler. At the aje Spangler,


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ing until her marriage with Howard L. Snyder, a farmer Spring township, this county, May 4, 1835, son of Adam


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township May 17, 1845, married Jacob Snyder, and they were the parents of six children, Clara (married to Jonathan Reber),


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Lawrence, married Deborah Snyder, Sallie married An- She had suffered for several years from an incurable thony


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Adaline Snyder, a daughter of Benjamin Snyder. Children as follows have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Seidel: Benjamin


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township, Berks county, son of John H. and Elvina K. (Snyder) Hoover, and a grandson of John Hoover.


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Deborah Snyder, daughter of William and Hannah (Tobias) Snyder, the former for many years a justice of the peace


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Adams was married to Miss Deborah T. Snyder, daughter of William and Hannah (Tobias) Snyder, the former for many years


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a son, Jonathan, Henry m. Harriet Snyder, and resided in Muhlenberg township, Jonas m. Miss Boyer, lived in Muhlenberg township,


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deceased, Sarah, deceased, wife of Simeon Snyder, two who died in infancy, Mary Ann, who died unmarried , Anna, who


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m, Joel Moyer, Elizabeth m. Abram Snyder, Mary m. John Clouser, Hannah m. William Lloyd, Lucinda m. William H. Bitler,


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the well-known Millmont Hotel," from Levi Snyder. Mr. Zieber's house has become one of the most popular hostelries in Cumru


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Mr. Snyder attended the public schools of his native locality, and later entered Freeland Seminary,


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(Keller) Moyer. To Mr. and Mrs. Snyder the following children were born:


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present time, growing much fruit. Mr. Snyder is a good practical agriculturist, and a public-spirited citizen, being esteemed by those


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of age, Elizabeth m. (first) Daniel Snyder and (second) Franklin Sailor, Mary Ann m. Zacharias Wiest, a carpenter of Reading,


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in Reading, Mary, wife of Daniel R. Snyder, Frank, Nice family had its origin in Jacob Nyce, who emigrated a


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Rose Snyder, daughter of Solomon L. Snyder, and two children were born to this union: Kate m. W. A.


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Mr. Heller married in 1859 Rose E. Snyder, daughter of Solomon L. Snyder, and two children were born to this


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at Reading, and Louisa m. William Snyder, of Reading.


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Dec. 11, 1827, daughter of Harry and Polly (Reinhart) Snyder, of Dunkle's Church. Daniel Knittle and wife had fourteen children,


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Berks Co., Pa., son of Daniel and Anna (Snyder) Knittle, and grandson of Benjamin Knittle.


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of his parents. He married Anna Snyder who still survives and makes her home in the families of her children.


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the efficient care of Mr. Daniel J. Snyder. The house, barns and outbuildings are in the best of condition. In


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in Northampton county, Amelia m. Albert Snyder, of Oley township, Hannah m. Frank Y. Kauffman, of Oley township, Mahlon B.,


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Capt. John Teed and Lieut. Samuel Snyder. Company F was mainly utilized for provost duty. Upon his return from the


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of the peace to succeed Aaron Snyder, of Mt. Aetna, an office he has filled with the greatest efficiency. On


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a well kept cemetery where Hans Snyder, who died in 1743, is buried, as are many of his descendants.


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Henrietta Snyder, daughter of George W. and Mary (Snyder) Snyder, and they have had six children: Charles R., who


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Henrietta Snyder, daughter of George W. and Mary (Snyder) Snyder, and they have had six children: Charles R., who


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1869 Mr. Emrich married Miss Henrietta R. Snyder, daughter of George W. and Mary (Snyder) Snyder, and they have had


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deceased, Emma M., who married Edward Snyder, of Reading, Charles I. and Carrie, deceased, Hattie E., at home, and Howard,


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George W., Catharine, m. to Abraham Snyder,' and Sarah, m. to Henry Yeingst.


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John, and a daughter, Mar- Daniel A. Snyder, Daniel Henry, married to Ellen L. garet, wife of John Zerbe), (9)


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m. Katie Rickenbach, Wellington m. Maggie Snyder, Harry married a Keller, and four others died young. The family are Lutherans.


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in Penn township, son of John H. and Elvina (Snyder) Hoover.


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married Elvina Snyder, daughter of Abraham Snyder, and they had these children besides Samuel S.: Kate, who married Frank Backenstose,


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at Belleman's Church. He married Elvina Snyder, daughter of Abraham Snyder, and they had these children besides Samuel S.: Kate,


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Minnie Snyder, daughter of John Snyder, and to them has been born one son, Otto Snyder. Mr. Hertwig resides


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In 1906 Mr. Hertwig married Minnie K. Snyder, daughter of John Snyder, and to them has been born one son,


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has been born one son, Otto Snyder. Mr. Hertwig resides at No. 47 North Tenth street, Reading.


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whom Smith, Mary Ann m. Simeon Snyder, Josiah m. Matilhe married Jan. 24. 1829, was also named Elizabeth Re- da


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1877, Mr. Peiffer married Emma S. Snyder, daughter of Aaron and Lovina (Lebo) Snyder, the former of whom was


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Emma Snyder, daughter of Aaron and Lovina (Lebo) Snyder, the former of whom was a justice of the peace


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Jan. 13, 1878, son of Adam T. and Emma S. (Snyder) Peiffer.


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father, who bought it at Peter Snyder's sale for twenty-five cents, this sale occurring at the time of the remodelling


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Aug. 30, 1809, daughter of Adam N. and Margaret (Snyder) Rahn, and their children were:


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married Emma Snyder, daughter of Harry R. Snyder, and to them have been born three children: Harry F., attending Stoner's


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In 1889 Mr. Seibert married Emma Snyder, daughter of Harry R. Snyder, and to them have been born three children:


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township, Lebanon county, son of John and Elizabeth (Stohler) Snyder.


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southwest corner of the township. Mr. Snyder also owned an eighty-acre property in South Lebanon township, but on moving to


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Joseph S. Snyder was reared on his father's farm, and when twenty-four years old he


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John Snyder, father of Joseph S., was born in South Lebanon township, Lebanon county, in


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were born to Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, namely: Clayton died aged three years, Emma m. John Bennetch, of Spring township,


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Samuel Snyder, grandfather of Joseph S., resided at lona, Lebanon county, where he owned several


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Lizzie Wilhelm, daughter of William and Lementia (Snyder) Wilhelm, and granddaughter of Jacob and Barbara (Boltz) Wilhelm.


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in Dauphin county, son of Jacob Snyder.


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Nebraska. Returning to the East, Mr. Snyder located for a short time with his parents in Cumberland county, after which


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of twenty-seven years. He married Barbara Snyder, daughter of Joseph Snyder, the well


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married Barbara Snyder, daughter of Joseph Snyder, the well


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Mr. Snyder married Mary N. Lyons, of Perry county.


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township, in 1866, son of Henry and Sarah (Snyder) Esterly.


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born March 11. 1867, m. Nathan Snyder, Charles R., born March 19, 1871, died Aug. 29,


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county, Ohio, Maria Elizabeth m. Jacob Snyder, and died in Ohio, Catharine m. George Weida, and died in Lowhill, Salome


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rad, Rebecca, deceased, m. to Jonas Snyder, Samuel, of lows: (1) Tobias patented land in Albany township, 1747, Oley, John


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years old, Sarah, who married Jacob Snyder and interested himself in the Pennsylvania Dye & Bleach


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and they have erine m. Elias Snyder, Caroline m. Daniel Lerch, Jacob one child, Herbert, who is attending high school.


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Adam Bohn) and Malinda (m. George Snyder), ship, which he conducted for one year. For a number Matthias Blatt, the


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Jan. 3, 1840,, m. (first) Charles Snyder and (second) Ephraim Renninger, Mary Ann, born Feb. 3,


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in 1882, Cyrus, Mary m. Alfred Snyder, who served three years in the Civil War, Allen and Albert, twins, the


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township, Berks county, son of Henry C. and Sarah (Snyder) Esterly.


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der, daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Snyder, and they Conrad Reber, great-grandfather of Samuel M., was had these children: Anna,


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in the Reading post-office, m. Jennie Snyder, When sixteen years old he began to learn the blacksmith's Annie, born Oct.


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Oscar and Elmer (m. to Annie C. Snyder),' Edwin S., born 1835, Harrison, born 1837 (living at Tiffin, Ohio, m.


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married Clara Snyder, daughter of Jonas and Catharine (Mosser) Snyder, of Albany township. One child has come to bless their


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In November, 1901, he married Clara Snyder, daughter of Jonas and Catharine (Mosser) Snyder, of Albany township. One child has


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are: Alvin D., m. to Ida Snyder, Mahlon L., unmarried, a blacksmith in the employ of his father, Gertie A.,


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18, 1868, only daughter of Albert and Amelia (Clouser) Snyder, and granddaughter of Lando Udree and Mary (Knabb) Snyder. Mr.


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Mr. Yoder was married to Alice C. Snyder, born June 18, 1868, only daughter of Albert and Amelia (Clouser) Snyder,


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of this wife he married Elizabeth Snyder, of Oley, by whom he had three children: Jonathan, Joshua, and Mary (m.


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Emma Valeria Mogel married Prof. Howard C. Snyder, teacher of the Ontelaunee township high school, Sept. 29, 1906.


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married Julia Benner, daughter of Christian and Susan (Snyder) Benner, on whose land the battle, of Gettysburg was begun. Nine


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is deceased, Rachel, who married Benjamin Snyder, Samuel, deceased, Charles, deceased, Angeline, deceased wife of Jacob Knaur, John, deceased, Lavina,


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accompanied his parents to Read- George Snyder). .


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his line and Kate m. Augustus Snyder, one died unmarried. Mark became quite a landowner. In 1812 he built the


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grandfather of James F., was Lydia Snyder and by her he had ten children: Dan- born Nov. 23, 1802, in


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David Koenig. (6) Matthias married Eliza Snyder and they have had seven children: Willoughby,


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labor saying Snyder, daughter of Aaron and Lovinia (Lebo) Snyder' In 1887 Mr. Sigmund was married to Adelaide Sig- the


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survivida U ghter, Rosa, married Elmer Snyder and arduous work in the cause. She has secured many Hves Allentown, Pennsylvania.


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from whom it passed to Albert Snyder, who now owns and lives upon the place. It is in the vicinity


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Franklin Miller, Mary, who married Edward Snyder, Elizabeth, who married James Wiedner, and Henry.


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married Montana Long, daughter of Jonas and Catharine (Snyder) Long, of Wessnersville, and they have two children: Edith F.. and


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soon after her marriage to Daniel Snyder, John, Henry, who lived in Heidelberg township, Catharine, m. to Cyrus Dries, of


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William, George, Betz, who married Abraham Snyder, Hannah, who married Benjamin Merkel, and Polly, who married Daniel Schappell.


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in in 1874 (he married Susanne Snyder, who was born ? e baking business at Nos. 530-532 Spruce street, was


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Snyder, daughter of the late William H. Snyder, of Reading, who served for many years as justice of the peace


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united in marriage to Miss Hannah Snyder, daughter of the late William H. Snyder, of Reading, who served for many


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Rothermel, Mrs. Gideon Snyder, Mrs. Daniel Snyder, and John (1804-1868), who married Sarah Gernand, and had children, Jacob, Mary Ann,


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were: Mrs. Susan Rothermel, Mrs. Gideon Snyder, Mrs. Daniel Snyder, and John (1804-1868), who married Sarah Gernand, and had children,


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Civil war, Grace, who married Jacob Snyder, who was a soldier in the Civil war, George Adam, John, who was


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Edwin is deceased, Susan m. Frank Snyder, Jerry M., Alice m. Henry Weida, Minnie m. William Konig, Assie m. William


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Josephine Oswaldt, daughter of John and Sarah (Snyder) Oswaldt. Four children have been born to this union: Lottie M.,


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the following children: Leah married Daniel Snyder, John, HARVEY H. WELLER, who succeeded his fatherreferred to later, Jacob married and


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year George and Caroline m. Reuben Snyder and lived in is the average of the present owner, besides his large


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Mr. Matz was married to Sarah Snyder, daughter of John Snyder.


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to Sarah Snyder, daughter of John Snyder.


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Colliery Iron Works, of which George W. Snyder was at that time proprietor. He helped in the erection of the


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township, Berks county, son of Joel C. and Miaria (Mervine) Snyder.


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William M. Snyder was educated in the schools of Perry township, after leaving which he


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residence being in Shoemakersville, Pa. Mr. Snyder was united in marriage with Maria Mervine, and to them there were born


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Isaac Snyder, grandfather of William M., was a representative agriculturist of Perry township, where his


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Joel G. Snyder was born in Perry township, and there was engaged in farming until


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WILLIAM M. SNYDER, of No. 151 West Oley street, Reading, Pa., who is engaged in the


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Mr. and Mrs. Snyder attend the Reformed Church. In political matters he is a Democrat.


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Mary Bagenstose, daughter of William and Rebecca (Snyder) Bagenstose. She died Dec. 13, 1888, the mother of three sons:


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John, William, George, Betsy m. Abraham Snyder, Hannah m. Benjamin Merkel, and Polly m. Daniel Schappell.


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He there Snyder, daughter of William Snyder, of Centre township, learned the tanning business, and carried this on for near


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child,-Mary A., John m. Sallie Snyder and has one child,-John A., Jennie R. is unmarried, and Roy A. DANIEL


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m. Daniel Gicker, Lavina m. John Snyder, Elias, born 1836, m. Caroline Faust, had two sons, Elias and Francis F.


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the only Mr. Kirkhoff married Ida Snyder, daughter of Jacob Hvery now in West Leesport H e also does a


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July 31, 1839, daughter of John and Lydia (Snyder) Aug. 15, 1775, in Berks county, and died Aug. 17, 1864,


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years. (5) Nathan m. Clara Polly Snyder, and they had these children: John D., and Goodhart and had five children.


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three sons: Edward, who married Amelia Snyder, did not stay much longer in the sporting business.


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a son. (2) John, m. Sarah Snyder and had Daniel, Samuel, John, Harriet, m. a Mr. Krebbs of Clarion Co.,


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m. Milton Leidy, and (second) William Snyder and had Henry and Rosa) , and Debora (who m. Tobias Barto, and


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1855, in Reading, son of John and Caroline (Snyder) Link.


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married Dec. 25, 1819, to Elizabeth Snyder, daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Snyder, and they had children as follows: Anna,


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township, May 17, 1845, married Jacob Snyder, and they were the parents of six children, Clara (married to Jonathan Reber),


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William, Elias, Sally, who married Daniel Snyder, and Mrs. Daniel Schlenger.


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Mabel and Ralph, William m. Ida Snyder and they have two children, Roy and Ella, Calvin died at the age


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Miss Clara Snyder, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Wetzel) Snyder, of Lehigh county, P a , and two children have


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1898, Mr. Reitnauer married Miss Clara Snyder, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Wetzel) Snyder, of Lehigh county, P a ,


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Daniel Fenstermacher married Polly Snyder, and they became the parents of these children: Lydia, Polly, Mary. Daniel S.


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Snell formed a partnership with Mr. Snyder, and they built the Keystone forge in Reading, manufacturing car axles and hooks,


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was given namely: Amos (m. Catherine Snyder), Magdalena (m.


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Jacob Albright, Sarah, m. to Jared Snyder, and sons died in infancy The surviving son was Isaac.


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Catharine m. Henry Snyder. Peggy m. Philip Weiler. ABRAHAM M. HEYDT, son of William, was born Abraham


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in Spring township. He married Catherine Snyder, and the Revolution he gave valiant service to his adopted they became the


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m. (second) EmmaSnyder, daughter of John L and Matilda (Smith) Snyder, of Bernville. Three children have been born to them,


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married Amanda Lease (daughter of John Lease Snyder, Hannah, m. to Benjamin Merkel, and Polly, m. farmer and carpenter of


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Charles Kerns) , Amelia (m. Philip Snyder) , Maria the third floor of his storebuilding and their meetings (m


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m. Esther Wenrich, Viella m. Charles Snyder, a was a graduate of the High School. After a period of farmer


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N. , son of John and Sarah (Snyder) Machemer.


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four daugh- age he married Sarah Snyder, whose parents lived on ters. . a farm adjoining the Machemer homestead. Mrs.


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Albright: Sarah (in. Jared Snyder) , all of Bern township, and a daughter who lived and died in


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his lifetime he owned the Jefferson Snyder" farm, the Jacob Kunkel" property, the Albert Bailey" tract, and the farm now


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married Feb. 27, 1875, to Mary Snyder, who was born in Oley township in 1854, and died in 1893. She


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he worked for his father-in-law, Peter Snyder, of Oley township, on the farm and in the mill, as general man,


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WILSON S. SNYDER, a well known and highly esteemed resident of Hyde Park, Muhlenberg town-


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the Civil war as a Wilson S. Snyder was educated in the schools of surgeon, and, upon being mustered out


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school for several terms, and Jacob Snyder, grandfather of Wilson S, was a prom- w a s associated with his


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the U. S. Government with Ephraim W. Snyder was born July 4, 1843, in Rus- thousands of mules for army


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tics Mr. Snyder was a Democrat. Hte was extensively His grandfather was Samuel Guldin, of Oley,


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He married Magdalena, daughter of Christophel Snyder,


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Soring, Pa. (4) Jacob m. Magdalena Snyder. (5 ) Catharine m. John 'Steffey of Brecknock.


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owned a farm, being m. Jared Snyder, and John is mentioned below. also engaged in rake making. He was twice


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he died. By trade m. Henry Snyder, Rebecca and Susan died single, he was a stone cutter, and he helped