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History of Herkimer County, New York : illustrated with portraits of many of its citizens

History of Herkimer County, New York : illustrated with portraits of many of its citizens

Source : FamilySearch

History of Herkimer County, New York : illustrated with portraits of many of its citizens

History of Herkimer County, New York : illustrated with portraits of many of its citizens

Source : FamilySearch

Results : SNYDER


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Smith, Charles Bell, William Witherstine, Charles E. Snyder, George H. Bunce, Robert E. Steele, Ilion, Thomas Richardson, George 0. Rasbach,


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Dr. Abram Snyder was chosen president in June, 1845. A resolution was passed to appoint a


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1842-43, Alfred Varney, 1844, Abram Snyder, 1845, Caleb Budlong, 1846, W. Booth, 1847, Abram Snyder, 1849, H. W. Doolittle,


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1836, Thomas Mesick, 1837, Abram Snyder, 1839, Philip Jones, 18-10,1853. 185-1, Elias Fink, 18-11, Caleb Kosboth, 1842, John Harder,


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Hornesville is Lewis Eckler. E. M. Snyder has a store which he has conducted since 1890, succeeding J. Wettereau. J.


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the same name, Jacob Haberman, Michael Snyder, and Andrew Young located at what is known as the Chyle, formerly called


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24, 1863. His wife was Barbara Snyder, who was born October 26, 1803, and died April 22, 1872, at the


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1831, Mary A., daughter of George and Betsy (Cooke) Snyder, and they have had seven children: Lorana, wife of James


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the death of Mr. Earl, Mr. Snyder has been engaged in the practice of law by himself. He was admitted


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He is a son of George Snyder, whose father was an early settler of Boonville, where he spent his life


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Snyder, Albert E.. Norway, was born in Norway, June 8, 1858. He is a son of


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five sons and two daughters. Mrs. Snyder


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him one child, Grace Mr. Snyder was formerly a farmer, but for the last five years has manufactured cheese.


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Y. P. S. C. E. Mrs. Snyder's father was George White, a native of Germany, who at the age of


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in the war of 1812. Mr. Snyder came to Norway at the age of seven years and there spent the


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Albert E. Snyder was educated in common and select schools, and reared on a farm.


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in Albany and Montgomery counties. Mr. Snyder commenced working in the knitting-mill in Illinois at the age of thirteen, has


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a daughter of Jonas and Rhoda Snyder. To Albert and wife were born two sons and two daughters. He was


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September 16, 1841, he married Mary Snyder. a native of Greene county, born in 1820. She was a daughter of


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supporter of the Methodist church. Jonas Snyder came to Ohio and resided a short time, then went to Greene county,


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January 26, 1825,a son of Daniel and Catharine (Backus) Snyder. The grandfather, John, was a pioneer of Minden, Montgomery


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until his death in 1881. Lewis Snyder was reared on a farm and educated. in the common schools. He was


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10, 1827. His father was George L. Snyder, born October 10, 1799. The latter was educated in Germany and .was


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five sons and three daughters. Mrs. Snyder died in 1857, and in 1861 George L. came to America and lived


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and they have one daughter. Mr. Snyder owns a wagon shop, blacksmith shop, residence and ten acres of land. He


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and John, and several daughters. Daniel Snyder was born in Minden and located near Starkville on 600 acres, which he


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him nine children. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder have had four children: Ellen E., died, aged four, John R., , wife


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Snyder, Rev. Henry M., 228.


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Snyder, Albert E., 163.


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Snyder, John, 227.


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Snyder, Lewis, 227.


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Snyder, Moses, 227.