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20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

Source : Internet Archive

20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

Source : Internet Archive

Results : SNYDER


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Snyder, Ernest U., M. D 1257


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Snyder, Harvey 250


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Snyder, John Harvey 1420


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Snyder, Samuel B 254


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settlers were David Studebaker and Abraham Snyder, of Westmoreland County, who crossed the Allegheny River at Logan's Ferry, in the


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were unanimously agreed upon: Governor, Simon Snyder, Assembly, .John Potts. It was resolved. That Hugh Mc Kee and Robert Scott


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Philip Hilliard, Washington Township , Charles Snyder, Harrisville Borough, John A. Eichert, Jackson Township, H. L. Allen, Allegheny Township.


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Harvey Snyder, a native of Brady Township, Butler County, was admitted to practice at the


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Samuel B. Snyder, a native of North Liberty, Mercer County, read law with Hon. J.


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Joseph Snyder, of Worth Township, served in the Pennsylvania Line.


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Ernest Hugh Snyder, Portersville.


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to fill vacancy caused by Mr. Snyder's resignation. N. C. Mc Collough, 1890, reelected in 1893 , S. M. Cheesman,


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Harry Green, road supervisors-Joseph Brown, Abram Snyder, Morris Dunla]j, John Mc Coy, townshix) clerk-fjewis Hamilton , constable-C. C. Kerr, judge


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and Daniel Carter. In 1800, Conrad Snyder, Sr., a native of Switzerland, together with his son, Conrad, and Andrew Ellsworth,


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1812 , and John Criner, Philip Snyder, and Samuel Crooks about the year 1815. Oliver David, a son of John


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Alexander Mc-Donald and John Slemmons. Philip Snyder came in 1801 and found much favor with the settlers on account of


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for school uses on the Abraham Snyder farm, and in 1830 the Stillwagon school was built on the Mawha farm,


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Mc Call married Miss Mary Ann Snyder, who is a daughter of Conrad Snyder of Brady Township, and they have


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who is a daughter of Conrad Snyder of Brady Township, and they have had three children: Conrad Allen, who died


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farm being now owned by Lorenzo B. Snyder. He died in 1867. In early years he was a Whig but


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is the wife of Dr. Ernest Snyder of Portersville "lohn AY., residing on the home farm, who married Cora Lawrence,


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Air. Currie was married to Rachel E. Snyder, a daughter of Zephaniah Snyder,


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was reared. He married Anna Marie Snyder, born in 1773 and died in 1849.


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who is the widow of George Snyder, formerly one of the early merchants of Zelienople, Mary, who is the widow


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Newcastle, Bert, Blanche, wife of Cyrus Snyder, of Wellsville, Ohio, Eollins, of East Pittsburg, Pearl, wife of William Mc Call,


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He is the son of William and Caroline (Snyder) Renick, and a grandson of David Renick, both natives of Germany.


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was united in marriage with Caroline Snyder, who came to this country with her parents when one year old, her


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and is a son of William and Caroline (Snyder) Renick.


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Knox, of Grove City, Mrs. Margaret Snyder, who resides at Butler, Emma, who married David West, of Franklin Township, and


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who was a daughter of John Snyder, of Brady Township, and they had five children born to them, namely: George,


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Mr. Barkley married Josephine Snyder, who was a daughter of John Snyder, of Brady Township, and they had


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whom is the wife of David Snyder of Brady Township. Of the above family Mary and Robert are deceased. The


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Lnella, wife of Charles Snyder of Punxatawney, Jefferson County, AVarner Scott, Alartin Russell, who completed a civil engineering


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1881-2. He was married to Rebecca Snyder, who was reared near Slippery Rock and died December, 1904, aged seventynine years.


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D., Lida May, wife of John Snyder of Beaver, William J., who lives at home ,


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Samuel Cooper married Barbara Anna Catherine Snyder and they bad eight children, namely: William J., Philip, Thomas, I^evi S., Margaret,


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maternal grandfather of Mr. Double, Conrad Snyder, came to Butler County from Westmoreland County, and became a large landholder, one


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He is a son of Lorenzo and Canarissa (Weigle) Snyder, who have a farm of 100 acres just off the


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Lorenzo Snyder is a son of Zephaniah and Rachel (Kennedy) Snyder, and a grandson of


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Snyder, and a grandson of Conrad Snyder, Sr., who was the original settler. He came from


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Jean and Arthur. Ellen married Lawrence Snyder, of Hubbard, and both of their children are deceased. Duncan resides at Youngstown,


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1872, is a son of James M. and Mary (Lamison) Snyder, and a grandson of John Snyder.


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JOHN HARVEY SNYDER, general superintendent of gas-pumping stations for the T. W. Phillips Gas and Oil*


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September 6, 1899, Mr. Snyder was joined in the bonds of wedlock with Miss Clara Lyon, a daugliter


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Snyder, and a grandson of John Snyder.


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James M. Snyder is widely known in the oil and gas fields of Armstrong and


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and Eliza, deceased wife of Philip Snyder. Mr. Leslie formed a second marital union with Miss Aphia Ross, by whom


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Butler, and Clarence, who married Mabel Snyder and lives on the Daugherty farm in Fairview Township. In religious attachment, Mr.


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J. Lawrence was married to Mary S. Snyder, who died six months later, and he formed a second union with