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History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton counties, Pennsylvania : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent men.

History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton counties, Pennsylvania : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent men.

Source : FamilySearch

History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton counties, Pennsylvania : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent men.

History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton counties, Pennsylvania : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent men.

Source : FamilySearch

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, Edward Cowen, Abraham Nisewanger, John Snyder, John Stahl, John Shirley, William Satorus and Valentine Hay in Woodbury township, George


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our services to his excellency Simon Snyder, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as above stated. Witness our hands at


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Gray, Samuel Gray, Rush Ganet, Adam Snyder, Philip Nedrow, Peter Nedrow, Andrew Hipsher, John Cramer, John-Sterner, Michael Lingafelter, John Houpt,


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Risch, John Beichard, Rudolph Shultz, William H. Snyder, Adolph Warm, Charles Warg, Jacob Yotter.


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Sullivan, John Sullivan, George Summers, John Snyder, Robert Smith, Edmund Sclotheim, John L. Travis, Thomas Taylor, Nathaniel Willetts.


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Pote, P. J. ' Summerland, George Snyder, Cyrus Stephenson, Joshua Shank, John Sutlers, Peter Shaffer, John C. Saxon, Joseph L.


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Samuel Shaffer, Andrew Shroyer, William Snyder, James Sparks, John C. Sparks, Silas H. Sparks, Jacob Sparks, Samuel Stoudenour, Martin


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B. Summerville,* Philip Steckman,* David Snyder ,* Charles Summerville, missing in action at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864, Matthew


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George Snyder, tr. to V. B. C. Dec. 31,1863. Charles Elder, died Dec. 26,1863.


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Phillipi,* Joseph Ringer, Levi Sanner, William Snyder, John Schombert, Casper Sehmuck, Joseph Schultz 2d, lohn W. Smith, James Sterner, Samuel


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Cupp, Samuel Stead, Harmon Phillipi, Harrison Snyder, Elias A. Maust and C. M. Livingood, m. o. w. co. Arnold Kuhlman,


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w. co. Feb. 5, 1504, Elias J. Snyder and Peter Whittaker, tr. t o


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Charles Livensgood, John Linderman, Elias J. Snyder, John Sipes, Seth S. Smith, Barton Spidle and Andrew J. Saylor, m.


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William Snyder and Frank Mc Coy, m. o. w. co.


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10, 1864, Augustus Snyder, Ferdinand Snyder, Isaiah A.Shaffer, Levi M. Shaffer, James Sparks, wd. at Petersburg, Va., April 2,


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10, 1864, Augustus Snyder, Ferdinand Snyder, Isaiah A.Shaffer, Levi M. Shaffer, James Sparks, wd. at Petersburg, Va.,


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Benjamin Sloan, John Showaltor, Edward Snyder, Aaron Sboeduii, Orlando L. Swope, Josiah Smith, Josiah Trestle, Sylvester Trout, Samuel Valentine,


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Conner, 1881, James Jamison, 1881, Adam Snyder, 1881.


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Bedford township and borough, 1819, Henry Snyder, Napier township, 1820, Thomas Wallis, Greenfield township, 1820, John Miller, Bedford township and


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Christian Snyder, Woodberry township, 1810


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James Miller, Saxton borough, 1882, Isaac Snyder, Bloomfield township, elected February, 1883,* Thomas O. Jones, Coaldale borough, 1883 , George


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1810 , Jacob Snyder, 1811 , John Watson, 1812 , William Butler, 1813, John Bull, 1814, Robert


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he was appointed, by Gov. Simon Snyder, prothonotary, clerk of courts, register and recorder, and came to Bedford to reside.


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early day. There he married Elizabeth Snyder, and they were the parents of seventeen children who became men and women


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was Hannah Snyder, daughter of John Snyder (of Jacob). Jacob Baker was the father of four children, all of whom


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in 1882. His wife was Hannah Snyder, daughter of John Snyder (of Jacob). Jacob Baker was the father of four


Page 290

house now the home of Jacob Snyder was built by Studebaker in 1803.


Page 291

deacons are John Snyder, Daniel S. Snyder, John S. Snyder, Thomas Dibert, Daniel Hershberger, Israel Bennett, John Stayre, Solo-


Page 291

ministry. The present deacons are John W. Snyder, Daniel S. Snyder, John S. Snyder, Thomas Dibert, Daniel Hershberger, Israel Bennett,


Page 291

as it is now known, Jacob Snyder was the first member who resided in Snake Spring valley, on the farm


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man Hershberger and Daniel R. Snyder, The present membership of the Snake Spring congregation is about two hundred


Page 311

In 1853 he purchased of Jacob Snyder the farm on which he now lives. He has good buildings and improvements.


Page 311

In 1864 Mr. Holsinger married Elizabeth Snyder.


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John Snyder, an early settler near Pattonville, was born in Germany. He came to this


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the grain in a coffee-mill. Mr. Snyder built the large stone house at the forks of the road and finished


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He married Christina, daughter of John Snyder, a very early settler, and was the father of Susannah (Bowser), John,


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the Brethren church. He married Mary Snyder and was the father of Catharine (deceased), Jacob, Elizabeth (deceased), Martin (deceased), John,


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John S. Snyder, a native of Snake Spring township, where his ancestors were early set-tlers,


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Lingenfelter and wife, William Snyder, Eliza Snyder, A. Haderman and J. Nicodemus, elders, J. Dittmar and S. Nicodemus, deacons. The


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Nicodemus, Daniel Lingenfelter and wife, William Snyder, Eliza Snyder, A. Haderman and J. Nicodemus, elders, J. Dittmar and S. Nicodemus,


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Miss Margaret A., daughter of Jacob Snyder, Esq. Two children have been born to them - M. Gertrude and Rufus


Page 377

Samuel Snyder, a native of Snake Spring valley, and a descendant of a very early


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of the peace. He married Mary Snyder, and their children were Jacob, Leah (dead), Elizabeth (Devore), Cadwallader (dead), Jane (Burns),


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John Snyder, an early settler, located in what now constitutes Monroe township, about 1795.


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Samuel Snyder, elected November, 1881.


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Nicholas B. Snyder, elected October, 1857.


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John A. Snyder, elected October, 1849.


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Samuel Snyder, elected November, 1876.


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John H. Snyder, elected October, 1872.


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Jeremiah Snyder, elected October, 1865.


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1869, Christian Streng, 1871, Samuel Snyder, 1872, Christian Streng, 1876, Samuel Snyder, 1877, Chas.


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Jacob Weimer, 1864, John Weller, Solomon Snyder, 1866, John Weller, 1871, John C. Weller, Alfred Evans, 1876, John C. Weller,


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F. Countryman, Jacob Snyder, 1845, Solomon Baer,


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merchants, John Sutton, coppersmith , John L. Snyder, druggist, Arthur Stewart, tailor, Samuel Stahl, hatter, David Updegraff, innkeeper, John Webster,


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attorney , Nicholas Snyder, merchant, William Snyder, hatter, John J. Schell, gentleman , Henry F. Schell, merchant, Miller Tredwell, merchant,


Page 510

, Joseph Stutzman, attorney , Nicholas Snyder, merchant, William Snyder, hatter, John J. Schell, gentleman , Henry F. Schell, merchant,


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George Parker, F. C. Sample, John B. Snyder, Solomon Uhl, Alexander Benford, Thomas Barnett, Charles H. Fisher, Josiah H. Pisel,


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1844, Jeremiah Black, 1845, John L. Snyder, 1846, Samuel Gaither, 1847, Isaac Hugus, 1848, H. Chorpenning, 1849 , John


Page 513

Michaels and Mr. Snyder have been saved. Some private families have LOST ALL. Some have saved much


Page 517

F. Stanton, George Saylor, George Snyder, John R. Scott, G. J. Schmutz, G. W. Turney, G. H. Walter, J.


Page 518

Among the original members were Adam Snyder and family, John Kurtz, Sr., Frederick Neff, Sr., George Pile, Sr., Frederick Beigle,


Page 518

John Huston, Michael Kiefer, George Snyder, H. F. Knepper, Wm, P. Huston, Daniel Trent, J. M. Cook, A. H.


Page 518

Beigle, George Chorpenning, Jacob Snyder, Henry Snyder and families.


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Sr., Frederick Beigle, George Chorpenning, Jacob Snyder, Henry Snyder and families.


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reared by his paternal grandfather, Michael Snyder, with whom he remained until he was seventeen years of age, when he


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JUDGE SAMUEL SNYDER.


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to Miss Mary, daughter of John A. Snyder, of Somerset, where she. was born. The result of this union was


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four children, the eldest being Samuel Snyder, w Tio was elected associate judge of this county in November, 1881. Judge


Page 529

he still resides. He married Catharine Snyder. The 30


Page 529

Adam Snyder, a native of Germany, was one i the early settlers in Turkey-Foot township.


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of house-building, etc. He married Catharine Snyder. The children born to them were : Charles I., Maggie, Frank M. and


Page 535

The first elders were : Jacob Snyder and Nicholas Zahnies , deacons, John Sudor and John Schmedt. Names of original


Page 552

J. W. Poffinberger, 1875-9, J. Milton Snyder, 1879, present pastor. The first church was erected in 1842, and dedicated by


Page 566

A. Koser, 1875-8 , J. Milton Snyder, 1878, present pastor. The first house of worship, a union meeting-house, was erected


Page 567

Rev. J. Milton Snyder, pastor of the Lutheran church at Meyersdale, is a native of Franklin county.


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Snyder, Jacob Snyder, James Smith, Adam Snyder, George Thomas, ' Felty Tallybaugh, George Thomas, ' Philip Ugly, John Wright, Thomas


Page 572

Daniel Stoy, Esq., Henry Snyder, Jacob Snyder, James Smith, Adam Snyder, George Thomas, ' Felty Tallybaugh, George Thomas, ' Philip


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Stover, < Daniel Stoy, Esq., Henry Snyder, Jacob Snyder, James Smith, Adam Snyder, George Thomas, ' Felty Tallybaugh, George Thomas,


Page 576

Martha, Rosa, Eliza and Catharine. John A. Snyder was born in Somerset, in 1795 , followed the mercantile business in


Page 576

Lutheran cemetery to the church. Mr. Snyder lived and died in Somerset. His children were Jacob, John A., Henry, Adam,


Page 576

Adam Snyder, one of the very earliest settlers of the county, was the first settler


Page 596

Adam Snyder, a native of Germany, settled early where the town of Somerset now is,


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deacons, W . M. Diveley, Daniel Snyder, Joseph Reitz, William Reitz, trustees, John Ginder, Alexander Ware, Henry Reitz. The house


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Shaver, John Singleton, Eudolph Slyers, Jacob Snyder, Sr., Abraham Stooky, John Shofe, Christopher Spight, John Seighman, Michael Sanders, Henry Soloman,


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George Enos, V. N. Nicholson, Jacob Snyder, Jacob Weimer, William Critchfleld, John Dull, Frederick Weimer, Francis Phillippi and others.. The


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in 1882. Jacob Walter married Margaret Snyder, and was the father of thirteen children : John, Josiah (deceased), Gillian, William,


Page 620

Adam Snyder, who lives at Rockwood, is the oldest man in Milford township. He is


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in 1881, with his brother, George B. Snyder, purchased the Jonathan Sechler farm adjoining, two hundred and twenty-seven acres, for


Page 623

Jacob D. Snyder, a native of this state, was born in 1790, and settled in


Page 625

farmer of this township is Peter Snyder. His farm and buildings are most excellent, and he carries on farming quite


Page 629

In 1870 Harrison Snyder bought the store of Peter Phillippi, and engaged in the mercantile business, which


Page 629

Henry D. Snyder, father of Harrison, was born in Milford township, in 1797. In 1824


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business, which he still continues, Mr. Snyder is a native of Turkey-Foot township. He served in the late war in


Page 630

Will , judge of election, John A. Snyder, inspectors, Jacob L. Meyers, Jacob Knable, school directors, William Scott, Joseph Smith,


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business in the shop of Michael Snyder, purchased the shop in 1849, and still conducts the business.


Page 632

was Zachariah Snyder, first trustees, Simon Snyder, Thomas Cupp and Zachariah Snyder. The pastors have been : Revs. Daniel Baumgardner,


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members. The first classleader was Zachariah Snyder, first trustees, Simon Snyder, Thomas Cupp and Zachariah Snyder. The pastors have been


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was built in 1850. Bishop, Adam F. Snyder, ministers, J. D. Miller, J, C. Schrock, Valentine Blough, Silas Hoover, Wm.


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A. Koser, 1872-8 , J. Milton Snyder, 1878 , Reuben Smith, 1879, present pastor. The corner-stone of the first church


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Shee, William Sterling, Christian Snyder, Frederick Snyder, George Turney, William Tisue, William Tannehil, Conrad Weable, Nachel White, James Wright, David


Page 647

Shoemaker, John Shee, William Sterling, Christian Snyder, Frederick Snyder, George Turney, William Tisue, William Tannehil, Conrad Weable, Nachel White, James


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he was afterward elected judge, Adam Snyder was a German and settled in this township in an early day. His


Page 658

William Thomas, Alfred M. Snyder, Harrison Younkin, Harrison Vansycle, John Enos, Andrew J. Cross, Samuel O'Neal, Abram


Page 666

Shultz, Sam. Storm, Adam Snyder, Henry D. Snyder, Jona. Snyder, Benj. Snyder, Geo. Snyder, John Shaaf, Abr. Sanner, Dan. Shultz,


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Shultz, Sam. Storm, Adam Snyder, Henry D. Snyder, Jona. Snyder, Benj. Snyder, Geo. Snyder, John Shaaf, Abr. Sanner,


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Gee, William Beard and James G. Snyder.


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Wilson, John Everhart, Robert Boyd, Jacob Snyder and others.


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Henry Snyder, Dewald Snyder, Levi Snyder, Chris. Speicher, Jos. Saylor, Jona. Sayer, John D. Snyder, Mich.


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Christian Schrock, Jac. Schrock, Henry L. Snyder, Dewald Snyder, Levi Snyder, Chris. Speicher, Jos. Saylor, Jona. Sayer, John D.


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Speicher, Jos. Saylor, Jona. Sayer, John D. Snyder, Mich.


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Speicher, Peter Speicher, Noah S. Snyder, Sol.


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Third Sergeant: Philip H. Snyder, abs. sick at m. o. Fourth Sergeant: Noan Kuhn.* Corporal: Jacob C.


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Stahly , corporals, David Goldsmith, Philip H. Snyder, Lewis A. Hoke , musicians, Albert Stoner, Jas.


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Union general. Mr. Miller married Sidney Snyder, of Huntingdon county, in 1852, and is the father of six children :


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(one sawmill), John Sipe, David Snyder, John Sipe (innkeeper), George Sipe, Sr., Jacob Singledecker, John Singledecker, Jacob Sipe (of


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Sipe, Philip Stoner, Robert Suter, Jacob Snyder, Jacob Sipe (of Jacob), Samuel Shimer, Widow Truax, Adam Vallance, Abraham Walker, Adam