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McLaughlins, Lanes and others; the Bourlands followed a few years later. On
 
McLaughlins, Lanes and others; the Bourlands followed a few years later. On
 
Mulberry, the Beans, Quesenburys, Russells, Hendersons, Maxeys, Moores, Jesse
 
Mulberry, the Beans, Quesenburys, Russells, Hendersons, Maxeys, Moores, Jesse
Miller, Simpsons, SNODGRASS, Reeves, Mosses, Williams and others. On Frog
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Miller, Simpsons, Snodgrass, Reeves, Mosses, Williams and others. On Frog
 
[p.489] Bayou the Corders, Larrimores, Smoots. Scotts, McPhails, Prices,
 
[p.489] Bayou the Corders, Larrimores, Smoots. Scotts, McPhails, Prices,
 
Trammells, Howards, Bashams, Orricks, Mooneys, Peters and others. On Lee's Creek
 
Trammells, Howards, Bashams, Orricks, Mooneys, Peters and others. On Lee's Creek
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1829 Crawford Co (? sheriff's census or tax list)<br>
 
1829 Crawford Co (? sheriff's census or tax list)<br>
Isaac Snodgrass 1m 18-45, 1m under 18, 1f 14+<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] 1m 18-45, 1m under 18, 1f 14+<br>
 
Joseph Snodgrass 1m 18-45, 1m under 18, 1f 14+, 1f under 14<br>
 
Joseph Snodgrass 1m 18-45, 1m under 18, 1f 14+, 1f under 14<br>
 
[wj - submitted by Will Johnson from the research of James Goggins]<br>
 
[wj - submitted by Will Johnson from the research of James Goggins]<br>
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Joseph Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W23<br>
 
Joseph Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W23<br>
 
Joseph Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W24 295.34 acres<br>
 
Joseph Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W24 295.34 acres<br>
Isaac Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W35<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W35<br>
Isaac Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W35<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W35<br>
Isaac Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W34<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W34<br>
Isaac Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W1<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 5S9W1<br>
Isaac Snodgrass Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 6S9W1 316.8 acres<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] Little Rock Land Office 12-1-1830 6S9W1 316.8 acres<br>
 
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<a name=63></a>1830 Crawford County Census<br>
 
<a name=63></a>1830 Crawford County Census<br>
 
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Mark Bean five hh bef Isaac<br>
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Mark Bean five hh before Isaac Snodgrass<br>
neighbor Allen Chandler<br>
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Isaac's neighbor Allen Chandler<br>
Isaac 2 m 0-5, l m 20-30; one f 20-30<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] 2 m 0-5, l m 20-30; one f 20-30<br>
Robert Bean 3 hh after Isaac [wj - Isaac's son named Robert Bean Snodgrass]<br>
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Robert Bean 3 hh after Isaac Snodgrass [wj - Isaac's son was named Robert Bean Snodgrass]<br>
neighbor Thomas Moore, Jr.<br>
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Isaac's neighbor Thomas Moore, Jr.<br>
 
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Polly 2 m 0-5, 1 m 30-40; one f 0-5, and 2 f 20-30 ....]<br>
 
Polly 2 m 0-5, 1 m 30-40; one f 0-5, and 2 f 20-30 ....]<br>
[1830 Census extracts submitted by Will Johnson from the research of James
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[1830 Census extracts submitted by Will Johnson from the research of James Goggins]<br>
Goggins]<br>
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[wj see forward <a href="ar.html#64">Franklin Co AR 1840</a>]<br>
 
[wj see forward <a href="ar.html#64">Franklin Co AR 1840</a>]<br>
  
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1839 Assessor's Book<br>
 
1839 Assessor's Book<br>
 
Mary Snodgrass<br>
 
Mary Snodgrass<br>
I Snodgrass [wj - Isaac]<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|I Snodgrass]] [wj - Isaac]<br>
 
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[vss - Apr 1999 - copied from the Bureau of Land Management Federal land <br>
 
[vss - Apr 1999 - copied from the Bureau of Land Management Federal land <br>
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Last Name F Name Sec Twp Range Acres Date<br>
 
Last Name F Name Sec Twp Range Acres Date<br>
 
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SNODGRASS ISAAC 12 10N 29W 80 1843/03/10<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|SNODGRASS ISAAC]] 12 10N 29W 80 1843/03/10<br>
SNODGRASS ISAAC 12 10N 29W 40 1843/03/10<br>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|SNODGRASS ISAAC]] 12 10N 29W 40 1843/03/10<br>
[vss - ? Isaac Snodgrass that Joseph Snodgrass handled estate for ? See probate
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[vss - ? Isaac Snodgrass that Joseph Snodgrass handled estate for ? See probate court record mentioned 1853 of Franklin Co., AR]<br>
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court record mentioned 1853 of Franklin Co., AR]<br>
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SNODGRASS MARY 36 10N 29W 160 1843/03/10<br>
 
SNODGRASS MARY 36 10N 29W 160 1843/03/10<br>
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Catharine Rudy 10-F-VA<br>
 
Catharine Rudy 10-F-VA<br>
 
Mary A. Snodgrass 9-F-AR<br>
 
Mary A. Snodgrass 9-F-AR<br>
---[? Mary Frances b. 11 Dec 1839 d/o Isaac; see Franklin Co AR]<br>
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---[? Mary Frances b. 11 Dec 1839 d/o [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac]]; see Franklin Co AR]<br>
  
 
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1877 -- David Snodgrass married Nannie Drennen (Hunting for Bears).<br>
 
1877 -- David Snodgrass married Nannie Drennen (Hunting for Bears).<br>
 
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David Snodgrass, age 25 married Nannie Drennen, age 22 by S H Berna, MG Page 5
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David Snodgrass, age 25 married Nannie Drennen, age 22 by S H Berna, MG Page 5 Marriage Book A<br>
Marriage Book A<br>
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[vss - David W. Snodgrass (22 May 1852 York Co PA - 20 Feb 1913 Craig Co OK)
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[vss - David W. Snodgrass (22 May 1852 York Co PA - 20 Feb 1913 Craig Co OK) s/o Thomas &amp; Susannah of 1860 Washington Co IA and 1850 Adams Co PA; David W is 18 w/Thomas on 1870 Phelps Co MO; Linda Snodgrass (below) tells me that Nancy / Nannie Drennon is d/o of a John Drennon on 1860 &amp; 1870 Crawford AR, he got land there in 1839 (ref. Crawford Co AR Federal Land Records)]<br>
s/o Thomas &amp; Susannah of 1860 Washington Co IA and 1850 Adams Co PA; David
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W is 18 w/Thomas on 1870 Phelps Co MO; Linda Snodgrass (below) tells me that
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Nancy / Nannie Drennon is d/o of a John Drennon on 1860 &amp; 1870 Crawford AR,
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he got land there in 1839 (ref. Crawford Co AR Federal Land Records)]<br>
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[vss - found the following query on the internet: Posted by <a
 
[vss - found the following query on the internet: Posted by <a
 
href="oliver1655@wic.net">Linda Snodgrass </a><br>
 
href="oliver1655@wic.net">Linda Snodgrass </a><br>
I am looking for info on David W. Snodgrass born in York Co. PA in 1852. He
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I am looking for info on David W. Snodgrass born in York Co. PA in 1852. He married Nannie Drennon in Arkansas They had 3 sons, George, Roy Abram, and Clay and one daughter Katherine. Any help would be appreciated. Will gladly exchange info.]<br>
married Nannie Drennon in Arkansas They had 3 sons, George, Roy Abram, and Clay
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and one daughter Katherine. Any help would be appreciated. Will gladly exchange
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info.]<br>
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[wj - see Anthony Clay son of David in 1920 Oklahoma Co, OK]<br>
 
[wj - see Anthony Clay son of David in 1920 Oklahoma Co, OK]<br>
  
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<a name=52></a>1880 Arkansas Soundex Crawford Co<br>
 
<a name=52></a>1880 Arkansas Soundex Crawford Co<br>
 
Lafayette Twp., 3-48-39-24:<br>
 
Lafayette Twp., 3-48-39-24:<br>
Robert Snodgrass 50-M-AR [wj - Robert Bean son of Isaac] <br>
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Robert Snodgrass 50-M-AR [wj - Robert Bean son of [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac]]] <br>
 
Susan Snodgrass 30-F-AR wife [wj - Susan Anthony Ivey]<br>
 
Susan Snodgrass 30-F-AR wife [wj - Susan Anthony Ivey]<br>
---[wj - b. 24 Oct 1847 AR, d. 24 Feb 1914 Eugene, OR; m1. Joseph G. Ivy; info
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---[wj - b. 24 Oct 1847 AR, d. 24 Feb 1914 Eugene, OR; m1. Joseph G. Ivy; info from <a href="mailto:wjhonson@aol.com">Will Johnson</a>]<br>
from <a href="mailto:wjhonson@aol.com">Will Johnson</a>]<br>
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---[wj - from research of James Goggins her maiden name MIGHT have been Proctor not Anthony. Her sister was Margaret Proctor Long, her brother was D. Proctor. This from the obituaries of herself and her sister in Eugene, Oregon and from the research of James Goggins.]<br>
---[wj - from research of James Goggins her maiden name MIGHT have been Proctor
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not Anthony. Her sister was Margarent Proctor Long, her brother was D. Proctor.
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This from the obituaries of herself and her sister in Eugene, Oregon and from
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the research of James Goggins.]<br>
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Robert Snodgrass 14-M-AR son [wj - from Robert's first marriage to Mary
 
Robert Snodgrass 14-M-AR son [wj - from Robert's first marriage to Mary
 
McGehee]<br>
 
McGehee]<br>
 
Alice Snodgrass 1-F-AR daughter<br>
 
Alice Snodgrass 1-F-AR daughter<br>
 
Flora Jane Ivey 8-F-AR step-daughter [wj - from Susan's first marriage]<br>
 
Flora Jane Ivey 8-F-AR step-daughter [wj - from Susan's first marriage]<br>
[wj - see backward <a href="ar.html#74">Franklin Co AR 1870</a>]<br>
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[wj - see backward <a href="ar.html#74">Franklin County, AR 1870</a>]<br>
 
[wj - see forward 1900 Oregon Lane Co.]<br>
 
[wj - see forward 1900 Oregon Lane Co.]<br>
[wj Robert and Susan married 26 Dec 1876 in Franklin Co Arkansas]<br>
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[wj Robert and Susan married 26 Dec 1876 in Franklin County, Arkansas]<br>
[wj - Susan Anthony born 24 Oct 1847 Huntsville, Arkansas<br>
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[wj - Susan Anthony born 24 Oct 1847 Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas<br>
Source: Her obituary from an unidentified Oregon newspaper collected by James
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Source: Her obituary from an unidentified Oregon newspaper collected by James Goggins now in the possession of Will Johnson<br>
Goggins now in the possession of Will Johnson<br>
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Source: Her death certificate from the State of Oregon]<br>
 
Source: Her death certificate from the State of Oregon]<br>
 
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9 Oct 1884 -- Martin Snodgrass married Rebecca Moseley (Hunting for Bears)<br>
 
9 Oct 1884 -- Martin Snodgrass married Rebecca Moseley (Hunting for Bears)<br>
 
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9 Oct 1884 -- Martin Snodgrass, age 23, married Rebecca Moseley, age 18 by John
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9 Oct 1884 -- Martin Snodgrass, age 23, married Rebecca Moseley, age 18 by John S Lane, JP page 1 marriage book C<br>
S Lane, JP page 1 marriage book C<br>
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---[wj See this couple in 1900 Census Wayne County, Missouri]<br>
 
---[wj See this couple in 1900 Census Wayne County, Missouri]<br>
 
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10 Jan 1894 - [from William E. Snodgrass' pension file]<br>
 
10 Jan 1894 - [from William E. Snodgrass' pension file]<br>
Mr. W. E. Snodgrass of Crawford Co., AR, aged 53 years and Mrs Maoma [sic]
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Mr. W. E. Snodgrass of Crawford Co., AR, aged 53 years and Mrs Maoma [sic] Jones of Crawford Co., AR, aged 40, married 10 Jan 1894 Van Buren AR<br>
Jones of Crawford Co., AR, aged 40, married 10 Jan 1894 Van Buren AR<br>
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[Nancy Naoma Johnson, m1. Samuel Batchelor; m2. Henry Jones]<br>
 
[Nancy Naoma Johnson, m1. Samuel Batchelor; m2. Henry Jones]<br>
 
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[Desc. of James Snodgrass of York Co., PA]<br>
 
[Desc. of James Snodgrass of York Co., PA]<br>
 
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22 Nov 1895 -- Charles Batchelar, age 26, married Dora A Snodgrass, age 22 by J
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22 Nov 1895 -- Charles Batchelar, age 26, married Dora A Snodgrass, age 22 by J C Moore, JP. Page 58, marriage book E<br>
C Moore, JP. Page 58, marriage book E<br>
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16 Nov 1896 -- Estella Snodgrass married Charles A. Trusty.<br>
 
16 Nov 1896 -- Estella Snodgrass married Charles A. Trusty.<br>
 
[Desc. of James Snodgrass of York Co., PA]<br>
 
[Desc. of James Snodgrass of York Co., PA]<br>
 
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16 Nov 1896 -- Charles A Trusty, age 23, married Estella Snodgrass, age unknown
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16 Nov 1896 -- Charles A Trusty, age 23, married Estella Snodgrass, age unknown by W H Smith, M G. Page 4, Marriage Book F<br>
by W H Smith, M G. Page 4, Marriage Book F<br>
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5 Jul 1897 -- Mrs. Maggie A. Snodgrass married Baron D. K. Martin.<br>
 
5 Jul 1897 -- Mrs. Maggie A. Snodgrass married Baron D. K. Martin.<br>
 
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5 Jul 1897 -- Baron D K Martin, age 63, married Mrs Maggie A Snodgrass, age 29<br>
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5 Jul 1897 -- Baron D K Martin, age 63, married Mrs Maggie A Snodgrass, age 29 by J W Cain, Co Judge. Page 15, marriage book F.<br>
by J W Cain, Co Judge. Page 15, marriage book F.<br>
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[-- wj Maggie Snider was married first to Wilson C Snodgrass in 1887]<br>
 
[-- wj Maggie Snider was married first to Wilson C Snodgrass in 1887]<br>
[-- wj could this be the Decalb Martin in 1900 Washington Co Census? then the
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[-- wj could this be the Decalb Martin in 1900 Washington Co Census? then the three children there would be of Wilson and Maggie...]<br>
three children there would be of Wilson and Maggie...]<br>
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[-- D K Martin = Decalb Martin?]<br>
 
[-- D K Martin = Decalb Martin?]<br>
 
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---[wj - see 1900 Washington Co Census for May age 15 with Martin Decalb]<br>
 
---[wj - see 1900 Washington Co Census for May age 15 with Martin Decalb]<br>
 
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6 Apr 1908 -- Virgil Phillips, age 23, married Ethel Snodgrass, age 15<br>
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6 Apr 1908 -- Virgil Phillips, age 23, married Ethel Snodgrass, age 15 by D W Chambless, M G. Page 42, marriage book H.<br>
by D W Chambless, M G. Page 42, marriage book H.<br>
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---[wj - see 1900 Washington Co Census for Ethel age 8 with Martin Decalb]<br>
 
---[wj - see 1900 Washington Co Census for Ethel age 8 with Martin Decalb]<br>
  
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[wj - Nancy Oma see backward </a><a href="ar.html#60">1900 Arkansas Crawford Co</a>]<br>
 
[wj - Nancy Oma see backward </a><a href="ar.html#60">1900 Arkansas Crawford Co</a>]<br>
 
[wj - Nancy Oma see forward <a href="ar.html#62">1920 Arkansas Crawford Co</a>]<br>
 
[wj - Nancy Oma see forward <a href="ar.html#62">1920 Arkansas Crawford Co</a>]<br>
[see 1860 Washington Co IA; 1870 Phelps Co MO] [Desc. of James Snodgrass of
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[see 1860 Washington Co IA; 1870 Phelps Co MO] [Desc. of James Snodgrass of York Co., PA]<br>
York Co., PA]<br>
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<a name=59>1910 Crawford Co AR Census/Miracode 15-9-208:<br>
 
<a name=59>1910 Crawford Co AR Census/Miracode 15-9-208:<br>
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[wj - see backward </a><a href="ar.html#56">1900 Arkansas Crawford Co</a>]<br>
 
[wj - see backward </a><a href="ar.html#56">1900 Arkansas Crawford Co</a>]<br>
  
16 Sep 1912 -- Wesley Westfall, age 22, married Esther Snodgrass, age 19<br>
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16 Sep 1912 -- Wesley Westfall, age 22, married Esther Snodgrass, age 19 by W R Peters, J P. Page 18, marriage book I.<br>
by W R Peters, J P. Page 18, marriage book I.<br>
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17 Dec 1912 -- T D Stephens, over 21, married Carrie Snodgrass, over 21<br>
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17 Dec 1912 -- T D Stephens, over 21, married Carrie Snodgrass, over 21 by H C Pernot, J P. Page 23, marriage book I.<br>
by H C Pernot, J P. Page 23, marriage book I.<br>
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WW1 Draft Registration Cards<br>
 
WW1 Draft Registration Cards<br>
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Western Arkansas Death Index by Desmond Walls Allen<br>
 
Western Arkansas Death Index by Desmond Walls Allen<br>
 
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1 May 1927 - George Lee Snodgrass, age 30, married Lula Campbell, age 18<br>
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1 May 1927 - George Lee Snodgrass, age 30, married Lula Campbell, age 18 by W L Shepherd, M G, Fred Long witness. Page 18, marriage book L.<br>
by W L Shepherd, M G, Fred Long witness. Page 18, marriage book L.<br>
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24 Aug 1929 -- Walter Snodgrass,27 IL, married Miss Elizabeth T Blackburn, 19
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24 Aug 1929 -- Walter Snodgrass,27 IL, married Miss Elizabeth T Blackburn, 19 TX by J C Smalley, Co Judge. Page 24, marriage book M<br>
TX<br>
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by J C Smalley, Co Judge. Page 24, marriage book M<br>
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Emma Dor Snodgrass d 3/13/1945 age 65<br>
 
Emma Dor Snodgrass d 3/13/1945 age 65<br>
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Questionaire<br>
 
Questionaire<br>
 
10 Jul 1904<br>
 
10 Jul 1904<br>
Wm. E. Snodgrass...born 9 Feb 1840, State of Penn.; enlisted 13 Jun 1861 at
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Wm. E. Snodgrass...born 9 Feb 1840, State of Penn.; enlisted 13 Jun 1861 at Iowa City, IA; res. before enlistment, Penn.; P.O. address at enlistment, Washington, IA; occupation at enlistment, farmer; discharged 9 Sep 1864 at Davenport, IA; lived since discharge Sedalia, MO up to 1885; Wichita, KS to 1887; Van Buren, AR to 1902; Alma, AR 1904; present occupation, restaurant keeper; height 5 feet 6 inches; weight, 220; eyes, gray; hair was black, now gray; complexion, dark...<br>
Iowa City, IA; res. before enlistment, Penn.; P.O. address at enlistment,
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Washington, IA; occupation at enlistment, farmer; discharged 9 Sep 1864 at
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Davenport, IA; lived since discharge Sedalia, MO up to 1885; Wichita, KS to
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1887; Van Buren, AR to 1902; Alma, AR 1904; present occupation, restaurant
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keeper; height 5 feet 6 inches; weight, 220; eyes, gray; hair was black, now
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gray; complexion, dark...<br>
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Questionaire<br>
 
Questionaire<br>
 
10 Jul 1904<br>
 
10 Jul 1904<br>
.. married, name of present wife Nancy N. Snodgrass, formerly Nancy N. Jones;
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.. married, name of present wife Nancy N. Snodgrass, formerly Nancy N. Jones; married 10 Jan 1894 by Esq'r Colgrove, Van Buren, AR; marriage recorded at Van Buren AR; name of former wife Mary A. Dillon; date of marriage 15 Apr 1863; first wife died at Sedalia, MO, 9 Feb 1885; children living: <br>
married 10 Jan 1894 by Esq'r Colgrove, Van Buren, AR; marriage recorded at Van Buren AR; name of former wife Mary A. Dillon; date of marriage 15 Apr 1863; first wife died at Sedalia, MO, 9 Feb 1885; children living: <br>
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William C. Snodgrass, b. 1 Nov 1865<br>
 
William C. Snodgrass, b. 1 Nov 1865<br>
 
George E. Snodgrass, b. 2 Nov 1867<br>
 
George E. Snodgrass, b. 2 Nov 1867<br>
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Crawford Co., AR<br>
 
Crawford Co., AR<br>
 
On this 9 Feb 1910 personally appeared ... William E. Snodgrass, who ...
 
On this 9 Feb 1910 personally appeared ... William E. Snodgrass, who ...
declares that he is 70 years of age and a resident of Alma, Crawford Co., AR
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declares that he is 70 years of age and a resident of Alma, Crawford Co., AR ... was enrolled at Washington, Iowa ...on 13 Jun 1861 as a private in F. First Iowa Cavalry ... that his personal description at enlistment was as follows: height 5 feet 5 inches; complexion, dark; eyes, gray; hair, black; that his occupation was farmer; that he was born 9 Feb 1840 at Bloody Run, PA; [vss - on an 1834 map of US there is a Bloody Run in Bedford Co PA] that his several places of residence since leaving the service have been as follows: Sedalia, MO; Wichita, KS; Van Buren, AR. Left Mo. in 85; left Kansas in 87; left V.B. 1901 ... witnesses: E. N. Thompson &amp; E. L. Darr.<br>
... was enrolled at Washington, Iowa ...on 13 Jun 1861 as a private in F. First Iowa Cavalry ... that his personal description at enlistment was as follows: height 5 feet 5 inches; complexion, dark; eyes, gray; hair, black; that his occupation was farmer; that he was born 9 Feb 1840 at Bloody Run, PA; [vss - on an 1834 map of US there is a Bloody Run in Bedford Co PA] that his several places of residence since leaving the service have been as follows: Sedalia, MO; Wichita, KS; Van Buren, AR. Left Mo. in 85; left Kansas in 87; left V.B. 1901 ... witnesses: E. N. Thompson &amp; E. L. Darr.<br>
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Washington, D. C.<br>
 
Washington, D. C.<br>
 
Sir:<br>
 
Sir:<br>
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 16 Mar 1910 William E.
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I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 16 Mar 1910 William E. Snodgrass, Co. F, 1st Iowa. <br>
Snodgrass, Co. F, 1st Iowa. <br>
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In response thereto, I am inclosing herewith, a statement showing the names and ages of the family of Thomas Snodgrass, as returned at the Census of 1850.<br>
 
In response thereto, I am inclosing herewith, a statement showing the names and ages of the family of Thomas Snodgrass, as returned at the Census of 1850.<br>
 
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Widow's Application for Accrued Pension<br>
 
Widow's Application for Accrued Pension<br>
 
Crawford Co., AR<br>
 
Crawford Co., AR<br>
On this 27 Jul 1911, personally appeared Nancy O. Snodgrass; that she is the
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On this 27 Jul 1911, personally appeared Nancy O. Snodgrass; that she is the lawful widow of William E. Snodgrass, deceased; that he died on 14 Jun 1911; that he had been granted a pension by Certificate No. 1,087,646... that she was married to the said William E. Snodgrass on 10 Jan 1894 at Van Buren, AR; that her name before said marriage was Mrs. Nancy O. Jones ...<br> witnesses: S. D. Syfert &amp; Sallie Syfert.<br>
lawful widow of William E. Snodgrass, deceased; that he died on 14 Jun 1911;
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that he had been granted a pension by Certificate No. 1,087,646<br>
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... that she was married to the said William E. Snodgrass on 10 Jan 1894 at Van Buren, AR; that her name before said marriage was Mrs. Nancy O. Jones ...<br> witnesses: S. D. Syfert &amp; Sallie Syfert.<br>
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Crawford Co., AR<br>
 
Crawford Co., AR<br>
 
18 Jun 1918<br>
 
18 Jun 1918<br>
In the matter of claim for Nancy O. Snodgrass, widow of William E. Snodgrass
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In the matter of claim for Nancy O. Snodgrass, widow of William E. Snodgrass... personally came before me ... Nancy O. Snodgrass, aged 72 years ... that in the summer of 1850 she was living in Jefferson Co., MO, with her father. Her father's name was Luther Johnson and her mother's name was Frankie Johnson.  The names of her sisters and brothers living at home in the summer of 1850 were Mahala Johnson, Margaret Johnson, sisters, &amp; George W. Johnson, Absolam Johnson, &amp; Thomas Johnson, brothers. In the summer of 1860 she was living in Cook Co., TX, with father. The names of her sisters and brothers living at home in the summer of 1860 were Mahala &amp; Margaret Johnson, &amp; George W. Absolam and Thomas Johnson. She further states that she has no Bible, Church, or public record of her birth. She further states as to whether any of her brothers rendered any military or naval service. George W. Johnson served in the Civil war, enlisting from the State of Texas...<br>
... personally came before me ... Nancy O. Snodgrass, aged 72 years ... that in the summer of 1850 she was living in Jefferson Co., MO, with her father. Her father's name was Luther Johnson and her mother's name was Frankie Johnson.  The names of her sisters and brothers living at home in the summer of 1850 were Mahala Johnson, Margaret Johnson, sisters, &amp; George W. Johnson, Absolam Johnson, &amp; Thomas Johnson, brothers. In the summer of 1860 she was living in Cook Co., TX, with father. The names of her sisters and brothers living at home in the summer of 1860 were Mahala &amp; Margaret Johnson, &amp; George W. Absolam and Thomas Johnson. She further states that she has no Bible, Church, or public record of her birth. She further states as to whether any of her brothers rendered any military or naval service. George W. Johnson served in the Civil war, enlisting from the State of Texas...<br>
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Recorder of Deeds, Sedalia, MO<br>
 
Recorder of Deeds, Sedalia, MO<br>
 
Dear Sir:<br>
 
Dear Sir:<br>
As attorneys in the above stated claim, we shall appreciate a search of your
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As attorneys in the above stated claim, we shall appreciate a search of your records to ascertain whether they show death of Mary A. Snodgrass, a former wife of the soldier on 7 Feb 1885 at Sedalia, MO. If on file, what will be the cost of a certified copy?<br>
records to ascertain whether they show death of Mary A. Snodgrass, a former
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wife of the soldier on 7 Feb 1885 at Sedalia, MO. <br>
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If on file, what will be the cost of a certified copy?<br>
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Respectfully<br>
 
Respectfully<br>
 
W. Elliott Waggaman &amp; Co.<br>
 
W. Elliott Waggaman &amp; Co.<br>
 
<br>
 
<br>
No record of death kept in this office and I do not think in 1885 there was a
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No record of death kept in this office and I do not think in 1885 there was a record of deaths kept here at all. At present there is what is known as ''The Registrar'' who keeps a record of births and deaths under the supervision of the State board of health, but I am of the opinion that same was started about 20 years ago.<br>
record of deaths kept here at all. At present there is what is known as
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&quot;The Registrar&quot; who keeps a record of births and deaths under the
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supervision of the State board of health, but I am of the opinion that same was started about 20 years ago.<br>
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Frank Monroe<br>
 
Frank Monroe<br>
 
Recorder, Pettis Co., MO<br>
 
Recorder, Pettis Co., MO<br>
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5 Aug 1919<br>
 
5 Aug 1919<br>
 
Dear Sir:<br>
 
Dear Sir:<br>
Referring to your letter of July 30, 1919... Nancy O. Snodgrass; I give below
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Referring to your letter of July 30, 1919... Nancy O. Snodgrass; I give below data secured from the census records of 1850 and 1860: District No. 42, Jefferson Co., MO, enumerated 1 Aug 1950.<br>
data secured from the census records of 1850 and 1860: District No. 42,
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Jefferson Co., MO, enumerated 1 Aug 1950.<br>
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Name Age<br>
 
Name Age<br>
 
Luther Johnson 42<br>
 
Luther Johnson 42<br>
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<br>
 
<br>
List of Documents in case of Nancy O. Snodgrass, widow of William E. Snodgrass,
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List of Documents in case of Nancy O. Snodgrass, widow of William E. Snodgrass, 11 Sep 1919:<br>
11 Sep 1919:<br>
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<br>
 
<br>
Affidavit of Steve Syfert &amp; Sarah Syfert, dated 7 May 1912: soldier &amp;
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Affidavit of Steve Syfert &amp; Sarah Syfert, dated 7 May 1912: soldier &amp; claimant married; Nancy Jones being Nancy Oma Snodgrass, 10 Jan 1894; soldier died 14 Jun 1911; Nancy O. Snodgrass now a widow.<br>
claimant married; Nancy Jones being Nancy Oma Snodgrass, 10 Jan 1894; soldier
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died 14 Jun 1911; Nancy O. Snodgrass now a widow.<br>
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<br>
 
<br>
Affidavit of Mattie Meritt, Ellsworth, KS, dated 2 Mar 1917: First husband,
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Affidavit of Mattie Meritt, Ellsworth, KS, dated 2 Mar 1917: First husband, Samuel Batchelor, died 17 Mar 1878; claimant next married Henry Jones, now deceased...<br>
Samuel Batchelor, died 17 Mar 1878; claimant next married Henry Jones, now
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deceased...<br>
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<br>
 
<br>
Affidavit of Chas. H. Batchlear, Dehli, OK, dated 2 Mar 1917: First husband
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Affidavit of Chas. H. Batchlear, Dehli, OK, dated 2 Mar 1917: First husband Samuel H. Batchlear died; claimant married Henry Jones, who died; claimant married soldier 10 Jan 1894; lived together, no divorce.<br>
Samuel H. Batchlear died; claimant married Henry Jones, who died; claimant
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married soldier 10 Jan 1894; lived together, <br>
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no divorce.<br>
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<br>
 
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Herewith are returned all papers in the above described case which was referred for special examination to determine the number of former marriages of soldier and dissolution of same, whether claimant has remarried since his death, and to determine if possible the organization in which her second husband Jones rendered service The claimant and her witnesses are of good repute and impressed me as being truthful.<br>
 
Herewith are returned all papers in the above described case which was referred for special examination to determine the number of former marriages of soldier and dissolution of same, whether claimant has remarried since his death, and to determine if possible the organization in which her second husband Jones rendered service The claimant and her witnesses are of good repute and impressed me as being truthful.<br>
 
The testimony herewith is deemed sufficient to show non-remarriage of
 
The testimony herewith is deemed sufficient to show non-remarriage of
claimant. I also secured the testimony of soldier's sister Mary Bowen, who
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claimant. I also secured the testimony of soldier's sister Mary Bowen, who testified that he had but one prior marriage. She is the only living full sister. There is no living brother.<br>
testified that he had but one prior marriage. She is the only living full
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sister. There is no living brother.<br>
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There is a younger half sister, Kate Trusty, wife of Charles Trusty, who runs a restaurant in Joplin, MO, and half brother Fred Snodgrass, p.o. probably Goodman, MO. The only one of soldier's children by the first wife whose address was definitely known is John T. (Tom) Snodgrass, p.o. Pawhuska, Okla. (2 years ago). Maggie, wife of the son William, (B.J.16) lives in Little Rock.<br>
 
There is a younger half sister, Kate Trusty, wife of Charles Trusty, who runs a restaurant in Joplin, MO, and half brother Fred Snodgrass, p.o. probably Goodman, MO. The only one of soldier's children by the first wife whose address was definitely known is John T. (Tom) Snodgrass, p.o. Pawhuska, Okla. (2 years ago). Maggie, wife of the son William, (B.J.16) lives in Little Rock.<br>
As to claimant's second husband Jones, she stated that she drew a pension as
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As to claimant's second husband Jones, she stated that she drew a pension as his widow, receiving but one payment of $330.55 the amount due her from date of filing claim to date of her remarriage to Mr. Snodgrass.<br>
his widow, receiving but one payment of $330.55 the amount due her from date of filing claim to date of her remarriage to Mr. Snodgrass.<br>
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While she could furnish no data to identify Mr. Jones service, nor the number of her pension certificate, yet it would seem that her case can be easily identified by the alphabetical cards in the Record Div.<br>
While she could furnish no data to identify Mr. Jones service, nor the number
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It is therefore recommended that a search be made on the card indexes for the claim of Nancy O. Jones, wid. Henry Clay Jones, Mov. Cav.(?)] Her p.o. then was Alma, Crawford Co., AR.<br>
of her pension certificate, yet it would seem that her case can be easily
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If further testimony is desired to show soldier's prior marital history the witnesses named in paragraph 5 may be seen, especially Maggie Snodgrass
identified by the alphabetical cards in the Record Div.<br>
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It is therefore recommended that a search be made on the card indexes for the
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claim of Nancy O. Jones, wid. Henry Clay Jones, Mov. Cav.(?)] Her p.o. then was Alma, Crawford Co., AR.<br>
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If further testimony is desired to show soldier's prior marital history the
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witnesses named in paragraph 5 may be seen, especially Maggie Snodgrass
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(B.J.16), Little Rock, AR.<br>
 
(B.J.16), Little Rock, AR.<br>
 
Respectfully submitted<br>
 
Respectfully submitted<br>
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<br>
 
<br>
 
[Note: These deeds are not available on microfilm: <br>
 
[Note: These deeds are not available on microfilm: <br>
Deed Book E, page 214: Isaac Snodgrass<br>
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Deed Book E, page 214: [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]]<br>
 
Deed Book H, page 31: James W. &amp; Nancy<br>
 
Deed Book H, page 31: James W. &amp; Nancy<br>
 
Deed Book H, page 35: Robert Snodgrass &amp; Mary<br>
 
Deed Book H, page 35: Robert Snodgrass &amp; Mary<br>
 
Deed Book H, page 38: J. W. Snodgrass &amp; wife<br>
 
Deed Book H, page 38: J. W. Snodgrass &amp; wife<br>
Deed Book H, page 151: Isaac Snodgrass]<br>
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Deed Book H, page 151: [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]]<br>
 
<br>
 
<br>
  
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<br>
 
<br>
 
<a name=64></a>1840 Franklin Co AR Census<br>
 
<a name=64></a>1840 Franklin Co AR Census<br>
-----Isaac Snodgrass / Isam Snodgrass = <br>
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-----[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] / Isam Snodgrass = <br>
 
-----2 m 0-5; 2 m 5-10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 40-50; 1 f 0-5; 1 f 30-40.<br>
 
-----2 m 0-5; 2 m 5-10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 40-50; 1 f 0-5; 1 f 30-40.<br>
 
p. 125/126 Mulberry Twp.<br>
 
p. 125/126 Mulberry Twp.<br>
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<a name=70>1850 Franklin Co AR Census Mulberry Twp., #239/239:<br>
 
<a name=70>1850 Franklin Co AR Census Mulberry Twp., #239/239:<br>
Joseph Snodgrass 23-M-unk farmer [wj - b. 11 Jan 1827 s/o Isaac]<br>
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Joseph Snodgrass 23-M-unk farmer [wj - b. 11 Jan 1827 s/o [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac]]]<br>
 
Elizabeth Snodgrass 20-F-TN<br>
 
Elizabeth Snodgrass 20-F-TN<br>
 
---[wj - another child William Green was born 2 Dec 1848 and died in 1850, he
 
---[wj - another child William Green was born 2 Dec 1848 and died in 1850, he
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Mary 52-F-KY<br>
 
Mary 52-F-KY<br>
 
Jane Snodgrass 6-F-AR [wj - d/o Isaac]<br>
 
Jane Snodgrass 6-F-AR [wj - d/o Isaac]<br>
---[Elizabeth Jane Snodgrass b. 10 Dec 1844 d/o Isaac]<br>
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---[Elizabeth Jane Snodgrass b. 10 Dec 1844 d/o [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac]]]<br>
 
<br>
 
<br>
 
<a name=66>1850 Franklin Co AR Census Mulberry Twp., #247/247:<br>
 
<a name=66>1850 Franklin Co AR Census Mulberry Twp., #247/247:<br>
James Snodgrass 23-M-AR farmer [James Wilson Snodgrass]<br>
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James Snodgrass 23-M-AR farmer [James Wilson Snodgrass] son of Joseph Snodgrass<br>
 
Nancy Snodgrass 18-F-TN [wj - Nancy McGehee, d/o William]<br>
 
Nancy Snodgrass 18-F-TN [wj - Nancy McGehee, d/o William]<br>
 
John A. Snodgrass 2-M-AR<br>
 
John A. Snodgrass 2-M-AR<br>
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Julia C. Snodgrass 2-F-AR<br>
 
Julia C. Snodgrass 2-F-AR<br>
 
Calvin Snodgrass 9m-M-AR<br>
 
Calvin Snodgrass 9m-M-AR<br>
Jefferson Snodgrass 12-M-AR [vss - Robert's brother b. 9 Feb 1838, son of
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Jefferson Snodgrass 12-M-AR [vss - Robert's brother b. 9 Feb 1838, son of Isaac]<br>
Isaac]<br>
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Eveline McGee 9-F-AR [wj - d/o William McGehee, sister to Mary]<br>
 
Eveline McGee 9-F-AR [wj - d/o William McGehee, sister to Mary]<br>
 
John McGee 5-M-AR [wj - s/o William McGehee, brother to Mary]<br>
 
John McGee 5-M-AR [wj - s/o William McGehee, brother to Mary]<br>
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[wj - William Chambers Maxey b. 21 Jan 1798, d. 7 May 1878 (source tombstone in unnamed cem. located at Centerpoint, north of Mulberry AR)- see land Crawford Co AR]<br>
 
[wj - William Chambers Maxey b. 21 Jan 1798, d. 7 May 1878 (source tombstone in unnamed cem. located at Centerpoint, north of Mulberry AR)- see land Crawford Co AR]<br>
 
Ann Makey 52-F-SC<br>
 
Ann Makey 52-F-SC<br>
[wj - stone says b. 17 Sep 1799; d. 12 May 1883; Elizabeth Anna Simpson, m. 21
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[wj - stone says b. 17 Sep 1799; d. 12 May 1883; Elizabeth Anna Simpson, m. 21 Oct 1819 Warren Co KY<BR>
Oct 1819 Warren Co KY<BR>
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Jackson Snodgrass        19-M-AR laborer<BR>
 
Jackson Snodgrass        19-M-AR laborer<BR>
 
[1860 Calavaras Co., CA]<BR>
 
[1860 Calavaras Co., CA]<BR>
[Desc. of Issac Snodgrass]<BR>
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[Desc. of [[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Issac Snodgrass]]]<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
  
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
7 Aug 1851 -- Deed Book F, page 269:  James W. Snodgrass & Nancy K. Snodgrass
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7 Aug 1851 -- Deed Book F, page 269:  James W. Snodgrass & Nancy K. Snodgrass of Franklin Co., AR, to Samuel Clark of Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR...land in Mulberry Twp...lying west of a certain slough called the mill slough in the SW 1/4 of S36-T10-R29 west containing 60 acres...<BR>
of Franklin Co., AR, to Samuel Clark of Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR...land in Mulberry Twp...lying west of a certain slough called the mill slough in the SW 1/4 of S36-T10-R29 west containing 60 acres...<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
5 Jul 1853 -- Deed Book G, page 549:  Whereas at the July term of the probate
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5 Jul 1853 -- Deed Book G, page 549:  Whereas at the July term of the probate court 1853 of Franklin Co., AR, on the 5 Jul 1853...Joseph Snodgrass as the Administrator of the estate of Isaac Snodgrass dec'd was authorized and directed to sell to the highest bidder ...the following described lands belonging to the estate of Isaac Snodgrass deceased...<BR>
court 1853 of Franklin Co., AR, on the 5 Jul 1853...Joseph Snodgrass as the
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Administrator of the estate of Isaac Snodgrass dec'd was authorized and
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directed to sell to the highest bidder ...the following described lands
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belonging to the estate of Isaac Snodgrass deceased...<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
 
28 Aug 1856 -- Mary Frances Snodgrass married William Riley Ivy.<BR>
 
28 Aug 1856 -- Mary Frances Snodgrass married William Riley Ivy.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
  
                                1860 Census<BR>
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1860 Census<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Mulberry Twp., page 298, #399/387:<BR>
 
Mulberry Twp., page 298, #399/387:<BR>
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James Snodgrass          6-M-AR<BR>
 
James Snodgrass          6-M-AR<BR>
 
Jefferson Snodgrass      1-M-AR<BR>
 
Jefferson Snodgrass      1-M-AR<BR>
John M. Lee              14-M-AR [M. Lee is prob. a misreading of McGee; see
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John M. Lee              14-M-AR [M. Lee is prob. a misreading of McGee; see 1850 census]<BR>
                        1850 census]<BR>
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Eviline M. Lee          18-F-AR<BR>
 
Eviline M. Lee          18-F-AR<BR>
 
[1850, 1870 Franklin Co., AR]<BR>
 
[1850, 1870 Franklin Co., AR]<BR>
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M. B./P. Maxey            4-F-AR<BR>
 
M. B./P. Maxey            4-F-AR<BR>
  
                                1870 Census<BR>
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1870 Census<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Mulberry Twp., page 46, #77/79 (enumerated 3 Jun 1870):<BR>
 
Mulberry Twp., page 46, #77/79 (enumerated 3 Jun 1870):<BR>
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James Ivy                4-M-AR<BR>
 
James Ivy                4-M-AR<BR>
 
Robert J. Ivy            6m-M-AR<BR>
 
Robert J. Ivy            6m-M-AR<BR>
Frank Snodgrass          18-M-AR at home [s/o Joseph Snodgrass; nephew of Mary
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Frank Snodgrass          18-M-AR at home [s/o Joseph Snodgrass; nephew of Mary Frances Snodgrass Ivy]<BR>
                        Frances Snodgrass Ivy]<BR>
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Berry Snodgrass          16-M-AR at home<BR>
 
Berry Snodgrass          16-M-AR at home<BR>
 
Sarah Kagill            18-F-AR at home [probably Cagle]<BR>
 
Sarah Kagill            18-F-AR at home [probably Cagle]<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
  
                                1880 Soundex<BR>
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1880 Soundex<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Ivy Twp., 42-60-14-2:<BR>
 
Ivy Twp., 42-60-14-2:<BR>
 
Albert Snodgrass        26-M-AR<BR>
 
Albert Snodgrass        26-M-AR<BR>
Lucinda Snodgrass        19-F-AR wife [Lucinda Peters]<BR>
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Lucinda Snodgrass        19-F-AR wife [Lucinda Peters] [m. 1875 Franklin Co., AR]<BR>
    [m. 1875 Franklin Co., AR]<BR>
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Luella Snodgrass          2-F-TX dau.<BR>
 
Luella Snodgrass          2-F-TX dau.<BR>
 
M. F. Snodgrass          1m-F-AR dau.<BR>
 
M. F. Snodgrass          1m-F-AR dau.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
  
                                1900 Soundex<BR>
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1900 Soundex<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Ivy Twp., 13-193(8)-4-18:<BR>
 
Ivy Twp., 13-193(8)-4-18:<BR>
Ben Snodgrass            47-M-AR Nov 1842? [Benjamin Franklin Snodgrass, s/o
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Ben Snodgrass            47-M-AR Nov 1842? [Benjamin Franklin Snodgrass, s/o Joseph]<BR>
                        Joseph]<BR>
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Florence Snodgrass      33-F-  Dec 1866 wife<BR>
 
Florence Snodgrass      33-F-  Dec 1866 wife<BR>
 
Oscar Snodgrass          4-M-AR Feb 1896 son<BR>
 
Oscar Snodgrass          4-M-AR Feb 1896 son<BR>
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James Snodgrass          4m-M-AR Feb 1900 son<BR>
 
James Snodgrass          4m-M-AR Feb 1900 son<BR>
  
                                1910 Miracode<BR>
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1910 Miracode<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
21-44-142:<BR>
 
21-44-142:<BR>
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Tobe Robertson            6-M-AR nephew<BR>
 
Tobe Robertson            6-M-AR nephew<BR>
  
                                1920 Census<BR>
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1920 Census<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Ivy Twp., 20-49-4-89, page 104, #74/76:<BR>
 
Ivy Twp., 20-49-4-89, page 104, #74/76:<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
 
1983 -- Ark. Fam. Hist., vol. 23, page 187:<BR>
 
1983 -- Ark. Fam. Hist., vol. 23, page 187:<BR>
    Wanda McGehee, 8303 South 30th Circle, Ft. Smith, AR, 72903 asks for
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Wanda McGehee, 8303 South 30th Circle, Ft. Smith, AR, 72903 asks for
information regarding William McGehee, b. 1800-1810, d. Franklin Co., AR,
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information regarding William McGehee, b. 1800-1810, d. Franklin Co., AR, between 1845-1850.  What was the name of his wife, b. & d. in same time periods?  Was William a brother of Eli McGehee, resided 1850 in Jackson Co., AL, and 1860 in Sebastian Co., AR, d. 1865 in Lawrence Co., MO?  Were Eli & William McGehee b. in Lincoln Co., TN?  Was Lydia, b. ca. 1813, married James Ivy, Franklin Co., AR, 1850 a sister to these two men? Was Mary, b. ca. 1828, a sister?  She married Robert Snodgrass and resided 1850 in Franklin Co., AR.<BR>
between 1845-1850.  What was the name of his wife, b. & d. in same time
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periods?  Was William a brother of Eli McGehee, resided 1850 in Jackson Co.,
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AL, and 1860 in Sebastian Co., AR, d. 1865 in Lawrence Co., MO?  Were Eli &
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William McGehee b. in Lincoln Co., TN?  Was Lydia, b. ca. 1813, married James
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Ivy, Franklin Co., AR, 1850 a sister to these two men? Was Mary, b. ca. 1828,
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a sister?  She married Robert Snodgrass and resided 1850 in Franklin Co., AR.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
  
                                BIBLE RECORD<BR>
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BIBLE RECORD<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
The names and dates listed below are copied from loose sheets of paper
 
The names and dates listed below are copied from loose sheets of paper
contained in a Snodgrass family Bible in possession of Edgar L. James, 528
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contained in a Snodgrass family Bible in possession of Edgar L. James, 528 N.E. 72nd Ave., Portland OR 97213.  Edgar James is the son of Laura Ader (Ada) Snodgrass listed below.  This Bible record was contributed by James H. Goggin (deceased), 12364 S.W. King George Drive, King City, OR 97224, who is the son of Alice Lidia (Lydia) Snodgrass Goggin.  People interested in this line should write to James H. Goggin.<BR>
N.E. 72nd Ave., Portland OR 97213.  Edgar James is the son of Laura Ader (Ada)
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Snodgrass listed below.  This Bible record was contributed by James H. Goggin,
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12364 S.W. King George Drive, King City, OR 97224, who is the son of Alice
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Lidia (Lydia) Snodgrass Goggin.  People interested in this line should write
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to James H. Goggin.<BR>
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[wj - James is deceased, people interested in this line should contact
 
[wj - James is deceased, people interested in this line should contact
 
  <a href = "mailto:wjhonson@aol.com">
 
  <a href = "mailto:wjhonson@aol.com">
Will Johnson</a>]<BR>
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Will Johnson at wjhonson@aol.com</a>]<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
Isaac Snodgrass family records:<BR>
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[[Isaac Snodgrass (d. 1850)|Isaac Snodgrass]] family records:<BR>
          Joseph              Jan 11, 1827<BR>
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Joseph              Jan 11, 1827<BR>
          Robert Bean        Jan 29, 1830<BR>
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Robert Bean        Jan 29, 1830<BR>
          Jackson            Sept 25, 1831<BR>
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Jackson            Sept 25, 1831<BR>
          James              April 25, 1833<BR>
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James              April 25, 1833<BR>
          Jefferson          Feb 9, 1838<BR>
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Jefferson          Feb 9, 1838<BR>
          Mary Francis        Dec 11, 1839<BR>
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Mary Francis        Dec 11, 1839<BR>
          John & Eliza Ann    Feb 8, 1842<BR>
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John & Eliza Ann    Feb 8, 1842<BR>
          Elizabeth Jane      Dec 10, 1844<BR>
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Elizabeth Jane      Dec 10, 1844<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Joseph Snodgrass family<BR>
 
Joseph Snodgrass family<BR>
          William Green Snodgrass      Dec 2, 1848<BR>
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William Green Snodgrass      Dec 2, 1848<BR>
          Francis Marion Snodgrass      Mar 11, 1850<BR>
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Francis Marion Snodgrass      Mar 11, 1850<BR>
          Benjamin Franklin Snodgrass  Nov 19, 1852<BR>
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Benjamin Franklin Snodgrass  Nov 19, 1852<BR>
          James Jackson Snodgrass      Jan 2, 1857<BR>
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James Jackson Snodgrass      Jan 2, 1857<BR>
          Harriet Snodgrass            Apr 8, 1859<BR>
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Harriet Snodgrass            Apr 8, 1859<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Robert B. Snodgrass family records:<BR>
 
Robert B. Snodgrass family records:<BR>
          Julia Ann Snodgrass          May 20, 1848<BR>
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Julia Ann Snodgrass          May 20, 1848<BR>
          Calvin Snodgrass              Sept 23, 1849 died Apr 3, 1880<BR>
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Calvin Snodgrass              Sept 23, 1849 died Apr 3, 1880<BR>
          Mary Elizabeth                Mar 17, 1851<BR>
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Mary Elizabeth                Mar 17, 1851<BR>
          Albert Snodgrass              Jan 19, 1853  died Dec 22, 1898<BR>
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Albert Snodgrass              Jan 19, 1853  died Dec 22, 1898<BR>
          James A. Snodgrass            Nov 12, 1854  <BR>
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James A. Snodgrass            Nov 12, 1854  <BR>
          William Jefferson Snodgrass  Nov 11, 1858  died Nov 24, 1866<BR>
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William Jefferson Snodgrass  Nov 11, 1858  died Nov 24, 1866<BR>
          John Rufus Snodgrass          Mar 11, 1861  died March 24, 1883<BR>
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John Rufus Snodgrass          Mar 11, 1861  died March 24, 1883<BR>
          Robert Alexander Snodgrass    Sept 7, 1863  died Mar 9, 1898<BR>
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Robert Alexander Snodgrass    Sept 7, 1863  died Mar 9, 1898<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
          Emaline McGehee              Apr 22, 1862<BR>
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Emaline McGehee              Apr 22, 1862<BR>
          Luzen Josefean Barnhill      Mar 25, 1866<BR>
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Luzen Josefean Barnhill      Mar 25, 1866<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
          Alice Lidia Snodgrass        born Aug 1, 1878<BR>
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Alice Lidia Snodgrass        born Aug 1, 1878<BR>
          Laura Ader Snodgrass          born June 24, 1881<BR>
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Laura Ader Snodgrass          born June 24, 1881<BR>
          Finis Luther Snodgrass        born Jan 9, 1884<BR>
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Finis Luther Snodgrass        born Jan 9, 1884<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
          Mary Snodgrass born June 11, 1828, died Dec 30, 1874<BR>
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Mary Snodgrass born June 11, 1828, died Dec 30, 1874<BR>
          R. A. Snodgrass    Nov 30, 1897<BR>
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R. A. Snodgrass    Nov 30, 1897<BR>
          Andrew Jackson James Alfred Snodgrass born Dec 12, 1882<BR>
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Andrew Jackson James Alfred Snodgrass born Dec 12, 1882<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
[Alice Lidia, Laura Ader, & Finis Luther are children of Robert Bean Snodgrass
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[Alice Lidia, Laura Ader, & Finis Luther are children of Robert Bean Snodgrass and his second wife, Susan Anthony Ivy.]<BR>
and his second wife, Susan Anthony Ivy.]<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
                          REDMOND COLE Collection<BR>
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REDMOND COLE Collection<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
                                [pages 90-91]<BR>
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[pages 90-91]<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Denver, CO, 19 Nov 1953<BR>
 
Denver, CO, 19 Nov 1953<BR>
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Dear Mr. Cole,<BR>
 
Dear Mr. Cole,<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
    I was given your name by Mr. Thomas Howe Neal, Route 12, Box 372,
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I was given your name by Mr. Thomas Howe Neal, Route 12, Box 372,
Knoxville 18, TN.  He said he had been informed you were a descendant of the
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Knoxville 18, TN.  He said he had been informed you were a descendant of the Snodgrass family and had collected much information about the Snodgrass Family.  I too am a descendant of the Snodgrasses.  I think Mr. Neal and I are likely both descendants of the same family in Virginia.  But as yet I have no proof.  In fact, I have only sketchy information about the earlier ancestors of mine and have no proof that they are the Snodgrasses of Washington Co., VA.<BR>
Snodgrass family and had collected much information about the Snodgrass
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Family.  I too am a descendant of the Snodgrasses.  I think Mr. Neal and I are likely both descendants of the same family in Virginia.  But as yet I have no proof.  In fact, I have only sketchy information about the earlier ancestors of mine and have no proof that they are the Snodgrasses of Washington Co., VA.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    Our family had a Bible record dating back into the 1700's.  It is not
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Our family had a Bible record dating back into the 1700's.  It is not complete and does not give Brothers and Sisters.  But I have traced some of them back into Franklin Co., AR, and in the 1850 census of that county, I discovered one of my ancestors was born in Kentucky.  Mr. Neal informs me that some of the older Snodgrasses went from Virginia to Kentucky, and I see there is a great repetition of family given names in my Snodgrasses and the ones I have located thus far in Washington Co., VA.<BR>
complete and does not give Brothers and Sisters.  But I have traced some of
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them back into Franklin Co., AR, and in the 1850 census of that county, I
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discovered one of my ancestors was born in Kentucky.  Mr. Neal informs me that some of the older Snodgrasses went from Virginia to Kentucky, and I see there is a great repetition of family given names in my Snodgrasses and the ones I have located thus far in Washington Co., VA.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    I have been working on my family history since 1947.  I am interested in
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I have been working on my family history since 1947.  I am interested in all of my ancestors equally; thus I have a really great undertaking.  I will type out a sketch of my line of ancestors.  I hope you will have some information about them that you will be able to let me have.  I include not only the ones I know are my family, but I am also including the Virginia group.  I feel there is a possibility my William W. Snodgrass may be the son of the Virginia Joseph Snodgrass who is no. 2, but as yet I have not proof.<BR>
all of my ancestors equally; thus I have a really great undertaking.  I will
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type out a sketch of my line of ancestors.  I hope you will have some
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information about them that you will be able to let me have.  I include not
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only the ones I know are my family, but I am also including the Virginia
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group.  I feel there is a possibility my William W. Snodgrass may be the son
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of the Virginia Joseph Snodgrass who is no. 2, but as yet I have not proof.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    This group of Arkansas people is our family.  It may not be complete. The Bible gave mostly the direct line of ancestors and did not include all of
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This group of Arkansas people is our family.  It may not be complete. The Bible gave mostly the direct line of ancestors and did not include all of their children.  From letters and things the older living Snodgrasses remember hearing about, we have pieced the information together to decide that the eight I list are ours.  There may be others.  W. L. Snodgrass and his wife Mary Elizabeth died in the home of their dau., Mrs. Mary Black, but we do not know where she lived for sure.  There was also a list of McGehee children included in the Bible record.  We have no explanation as yet about them, other than the list of their names.<BR>
their children.  From letters and things the older living Snodgrasses remember hearing about, we have pieced the information together to decide that the eight I list are ours.  There may be others.  W. L. Snodgrass and his wife Mary Elizabeth died in the home of their dau., Mrs. Mary Black, but we do not know where she lived for sure.  There was also a list of McGehee children included in the Bible record.  We have no explanation as yet about them, other than the list of their names.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    I hope you can help me with this information.  I have some information
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I hope you can help me with this information.  I have some information about the different ones I have placed on the charts.  If you are interested in any of them, I will be glad to send a copy of what I have.<BR>
about the different ones I have placed on the charts.  If you are interested
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in any of them, I will be glad to send a copy of what I have.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Yours Truly,<BR>
 
Yours Truly,<BR>
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Children of W. L. Snodgrass & Mary Elizabeth (Clarke) Snodgrass:<BR>
 
Children of W. L. Snodgrass & Mary Elizabeth (Clarke) Snodgrass:<BR>
 
111.  Joseph Snodgrass, b. 1827, m. Elizabeth ___.<BR>
 
111.  Joseph Snodgrass, b. 1827, m. Elizabeth ___.<BR>
112.  James Wilson Snodgrass, b. 8 Nov 1828 in KY; m/1 Nancy ___; m/2 Nancy
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112.  James Wilson Snodgrass, b. 8 Nov 1828 in KY; m/1 Nancy ___; m/2 Nancy ___; m/3 Nancy ___; d. in Missouri.<BR>
___; m/3 Nancy ___; d. in Missouri.<BR>
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113.  Robert Snodgrass, b. 1830, AR; m. Mary ___.<BR>
 
113.  Robert Snodgrass, b. 1830, AR; m. Mary ___.<BR>
 
114.  Jefferson Snodgrass, b. 1838.<BR>
 
114.  Jefferson Snodgrass, b. 1838.<BR>
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113.2  Calvin Snodgrass.<BR>
 
113.2  Calvin Snodgrass.<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
The information about the 8 children of W. L. Snodgrass came partly from my
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The information about the 8 children of W. L. Snodgrass came partly from my family Bible and partly from the 1850 U.S. census for Franklin Co., AR.<BR>
family Bible and partly from the 1850 U.S. census for Franklin Co., AR.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
 
I am the granddau. of Francis Margaret Snodgrass.  The children of James
 
I am the granddau. of Francis Margaret Snodgrass.  The children of James
Wilson Snodgrass who lived all resided in Dallas Co., Webster Co., or Greene
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Wilson Snodgrass who lived all resided in Dallas Co., Webster Co., or Greene Co., MO.  [Some] of them died rather young.<BR>
Co., MO.  [Some] of them died rather young.<BR>
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Denver 9, CO [undated]<BR>
 
Denver 9, CO [undated]<BR>
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Dear Mr. Cole,<BR>
 
Dear Mr. Cole,<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
    I received your very nice letter and the blanks you wished filled out.  I have intended to go to the library again before I answered you, but have not gotten around to it, so am not going to wait longer.  I am a cripple, and this cold weather, ice, and snow prohibits my going out much.  I have filled in the blanks to the best of my knowledge.  Please excuse my errors.  I have as my assistant my two-and-one-half-year-old dau., who proves to be far from a HELP.  The information is correct.<BR>
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I received your very nice letter and the blanks you wished filled out.  I have intended to go to the library again before I answered you, but have not gotten around to it, so am not going to wait longer.  I am a cripple, and this cold weather, ice, and snow prohibits my going out much.  I have filled in the blanks to the best of my knowledge.  Please excuse my errors.  I have as my assistant my two-and-one-half-year-old dau., who proves to be far from a HELP.  The information is correct.<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
    I do not KNOW that the Virginia Snodgrasses ARE my people.  But since I
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I do not KNOW that the Virginia Snodgrasses ARE my people.  But since I do not know, I can and should suspect them of being [my ancestors], since I believe my people did come from that general area.  I have kept such information as I found about Snodgrasses in different areas since I might be able at some future date to connect them to mine.  There are microfilm copies of marriages in Virginia in the Denver Public Library.  Plus microfilm 1850 U.S. census records.  The 1790 (book form) census is here also.  I have been slowly working my way through the maze of information I find there.  They have a number of excellent works on Virginia.  The Tennessee information is totally lacking.  There is pitifully little about Tennessee.  The Kentucky records are somewhat better than TN, but not equal to VA. <BR>
do not know, I can and should suspect them of being [my ancestors], since I
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believe my people did come from that general area.  I have kept such
+
information as I found about Snodgrasses in different areas since I might be
+
able at some future date to connect them to mine.  There are microfilm copies
+
of marriages in Virginia in the Denver Public Library.  Plus microfilm 1850
+
U.S. census records.  The 1790 (book form) census is here also.  I have been
+
slowly working my way through the maze of information I find there.  They have a number of excellent works on Virginia.  The Tennessee information is totally lacking.  There is pitifully little about Tennessee.  The Kentucky records are somewhat better than TN, but not equal to VA. <BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    I took up research of the various branches of my family history back in
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I took up research of the various branches of my family history back in 1947 and have working as time allows until the present.  About my family history work--<BR>
1947 and have working as time allows until the present.  About my family
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history work--<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    My mother, Anna May (Allgood) McCurry, d/o of Francis Margaret
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My mother, Anna May (Allgood) McCurry, d/o of Francis Margaret
(Snodgrass) Allgood, has been working with me.  She accumulated information
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(Snodgrass) Allgood, has been working with me.  She accumulated information from the family and also from cemeteries and newspapers in that area of Missouri in which our people lived.  I do the other part, such as writing you,  searching the library, and writing various historical libraries for information I cannot find here.  We both get a great deal of satisfaction out of our work and have collected an amazing amount.  There is still much more we hope to get from the family.  Then I hope I can connect our family information to the early records and perhaps trace my family to the time they arrived in America. I see they are all from the general area of the first Virginia settlement, by that I mean as I learn more about them, they work back in that direction. Many came through TN, NC, & KY.  Only one, a Mr. Samuel Clark (mentioned in the Snodgrass record) is from the north.  I have thus far not been able to do much with the North Carolina records, as there isn't too much organized material here, and NC will not give any assistance at all.<BR>
from the family and also from cemeteries and newspapers in that area of
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Missouri in which our people lived.  I do the other part, such as writing you,  searching the library, and writing various historical libraries for information I cannot find here.  We both get a great deal of satisfaction out of our work and have collected an amazing amount.  There is still much more we hope to get from the family.  Then I hope I can connect our family information to the early records and perhaps trace my family to the time they arrived in America. I see they are all from the general area of the first Virginia settlement, by that I mean as I learn more about them, they work back in that direction. Many came through TN, NC, & KY.  Only one, a Mr. Samuel Clark (mentioned in the Snodgrass record) is from the north.  I have thus far not been able to do much with the North Carolina records, as there isn't too much organized material here, and NC will not give any assistance at all.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    I have compiled and written my husband's family history already.  His
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I have compiled and written my husband's family history already.  His people came to America more recently.  Except the well-known Clinton family. I have had trouble with that line of his and hope to write an additional section some day if the information becomes available.  I did not publish his work, just had good typed copies made up and allow them to circulate.<BR>
people came to America more recently.  Except the well-known Clinton family. I have had trouble with that line of his and hope to write an additional section some day if the information becomes available.  I did not publish his work, just had good typed copies made up and allow them to circulate.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    As you see, the family history work with me is truly a great job.  I
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As you see, the family history work with me is truly a great job.  I
thoroughly enjoy it, and as time allows, I work on it.  I hope you will be
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thoroughly enjoy it, and as time allows, I work on it.  I hope you will be able to help me some with the Snodgrasses.  I will try to check more Virginia records soon and will pass along any information I can find that I think might help you.  You may have far more than I will.  I have gotten stuck, so to speak, with the Snodgrasses in Arkansas, and I simply cannot find more.  Mr. Dallas Herndon, Arkansas State Library, has had different things searched for me to no avail.  Franklin Co. knows nothing of my people.  Herndon did find James Wilson Snodgrass's service record, which my dau. seems to have removed from it's appointed place.  I was fortunate enough to find my Snodgrasses in the census, but there my luck stops.  I decided to turn my research to the older people in the hope that I will one day stumble upon the right track and bring them down to my people.  This makes the work so much more complicated.  I have a feeling my line will connect to the ones I have found.  There is a repetition of names, for one thing, to indicate there might be a connection.  But I have no actual proof.<BR>
able to help me some with the Snodgrasses.  I will try to check more Virginia
+
records soon and will pass along any information I can find that I think might help you.  You may have far more than I will.  I have gotten stuck, so to speak, with the Snodgrasses in Arkansas, and I simply cannot find more.  Mr. Dallas Herndon, Arkansas State Library, has had different things searched for me to no avail.  Franklin Co. knows nothing of my people.  Herndon did find James Wilson Snodgrass's service record, which my dau. seems to have removed from it's appointed place.  I was fortunate enough to find my Snodgrasses in the census, but there my luck stops.  I decided to turn my research to the older people in the hope that I will one day stumble upon the right track and bring them down to my people.  This makes the work so much more complicated.  I have a feeling my line will connect to the ones I have found.  There is a repetition of names, for one thing, to indicate there might be a connection.  But I have no actual proof.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    You did not say what your fee is.  I see you say you are not a
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You did not say what your fee is.  I see you say you are not a
professional genealogist, but I still wonder if you have a fee.  I can pay
+
professional genealogist, but I still wonder if you have a fee.  I can pay some for the information, but we are what you might call average people, and I can't actually hire an entire tree made up for me, much as I would like to do so.  I have names of 43 of my ancestors.  I am working on the entire family tree, you see, not just one name or line.  Therefore it is a really big undertaking.  I have some success at times and other times nothing seems to work out.  The Denver Public Library is supposed to have a very good collection of material, and they are very helpful and the information is readily available.  I want to work more in the Snodgrass records there, as there are a number of things I have not looked into as yet.<BR>
some for the information, but we are what you might call average people, and I can't actually hire an entire tree made up for me, much as I would like to do so.  I have names of 43 of my ancestors.  I am working on the entire family tree, you see, not just one name or line.  Therefore it is a really big undertaking.  I have some success at times and other times nothing seems to work out.  The Denver Public Library is supposed to have a very good collection of material, and they are very helpful and the information is readily available.  I want to work more in the Snodgrass records there, as there are a number of things I have not looked into as yet.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    I see too that you are the Historian General for the National Society of
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I see too that you are the Historian General for the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.  Does your organization have a central library and reference department?  Does it have research workers available to the public?<BR>
the Sons of the American Revolution.  Does your organization have a central
+
library and reference department?  Does it have research workers available to
+
the public?<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
    I will be looking forward to hearing from you again.  Please ask any
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I will be looking forward to hearing from you again.  Please ask any
question you wish to.  I will answer all I can, and if I cannot help with
+
question you wish to.  I will answer all I can, and if I cannot help with answers then I can simply say so.<BR>
answers then I can simply say so.<BR>
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<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Yours truly, <BR>
 
Yours truly, <BR>
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Dear Mr. Cole,<BR>
 
Dear Mr. Cole,<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
    I received your letter and regret that I have not had an opportunity to
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I received your letter and regret that I have not had an opportunity to answer it before.  Since you last heard from me, I have had a dau. who is now eight months old.  She has added much to my work as was as to my joy, and I have therefore set my work on the family history aside temporarily.  I am still very much interested in it, however, and am very hopeful I will one day be able to find the connecting link that will prove who my oldest known Wm. W. Snodgrass really was and where he was born.  <BR>
answer it before.  Since you last heard from me, I have had a dau. who is
+
now eight months old.  She has added much to my work as was as to my joy, and
+
I have therefore set my work on the family history aside temporarily.  I am
+
still very much interested in it, however, and am very hopeful I will one day
+
be able to find the connecting link that will prove who my oldest known Wm. W. Snodgrass really was and where he was born.  <BR>
+
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
 
Most respectfully,<BR>
 
Most respectfully,<BR>
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carbon copies of some information I had once.  I never thought I would send it to anyone, so I made notes on it.  I hope you will excuse them.  I am quite rushed, and since I have these copies, messy though they are, I think I will send them and hope you will find the information helpful.  I have taken brief notes at random as I searched in the library.  I doubted these people were mine, but wished to be safe so kept the notes for further research if I should desire to do so.  Therefore I took information down but did not try to get all there was.  I may be able to return to the library when my baby is a little older and do more work.  If you wish, I will try to get the complete information of any item you find to be of interest.<BR>
 
carbon copies of some information I had once.  I never thought I would send it to anyone, so I made notes on it.  I hope you will excuse them.  I am quite rushed, and since I have these copies, messy though they are, I think I will send them and hope you will find the information helpful.  I have taken brief notes at random as I searched in the library.  I doubted these people were mine, but wished to be safe so kept the notes for further research if I should desire to do so.  Therefore I took information down but did not try to get all there was.  I may be able to return to the library when my baby is a little older and do more work.  If you wish, I will try to get the complete information of any item you find to be of interest.<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
    I have given up tracing my line back step by step.  I think if I am ever
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I have given up tracing my line back step by step.  I think if I am ever to find it, I will simply have to search state by state until I find this William W. Snodgrass, and hope that when I do finally find him there will be reference to his son, W. L. Snodgrass, so that I will know him when I do succeed in finding him.  It is a wild shot into the dark, but that is all I have left to do.<BR>
to find it, I will simply have to search state by state until I find this
+
William W. Snodgrass, and hope that when I do finally find him there will be
+
reference to his son, W. L. Snodgrass, so that I will know him when I do
+
succeed in finding him.  It is a wild shot into the dark, but that is all I
+
have left to do.<BR>
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[see also Webster Co., MO]<BR>
 
[see also Webster Co., MO]<BR>
 
<BR>
 
<BR>
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==FULTON COUNTY==
 
==FULTON COUNTY==
 
<BR>
 
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Found by Will Johnson at website<br>
 
Found by Will Johnson at website<br>
<a
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href="http://www.interment.net/data/us/ar/washington/fayettnat/fayette_sest.htm">http://www.interment.net/data/us/ar/washington/fayettnat/fayette_sest.htm</a><br>
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Snodgrass, Samuel D, b. 02/13/1894, d. 05/27/1976, US Army, PFC, Res:
 
Snodgrass, Samuel D, b. 02/13/1894, d. 05/27/1976, US Army, PFC, Res:
 
Fayetteville, AR, Plot: 21 0 73, bur. 05/31/1976<br>
 
Fayetteville, AR, Plot: 21 0 73, bur. 05/31/1976<br>
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SSN issued by Arkansas before 1951<br>
 
SSN issued by Arkansas before 1951<br>
 
Found by Will Johnson at website<br>
 
Found by Will Johnson at website<br>
<a
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href="http://www.interment.net/data/us/ar/washington/fayettnat/fayette_sest.htm">http://www.interment.net/data/us/ar/washington/fayettnat/fayette_sest.htm</a><br>
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Snodgrass, Homer L, b. 01/18/1896, d. 12/25/1983, US Army, BUGLER, Res: Fayetteville, AR, Plot: 21 0 94, bur. 12/28/1983<br>
 
Snodgrass, Homer L, b. 01/18/1896, d. 12/25/1983, US Army, BUGLER, Res: Fayetteville, AR, Plot: 21 0 94, bur. 12/28/1983<br>
 
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Found by Will Johnson at website<br>
 
Found by Will Johnson at website<br>
<a
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href="http://www.interment.net/data/us/ar/washington/fayettnat/fayette_sest.htm">http://www.interment.net/data/us/ar/washington/fayettnat/fayette_sest.htm</a><br>
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Snodgrass, James E, b. 03/20/1890, d. 07/06/1971, Res: Westville, AR, Plot: 20 0 393, bur. 07/09/1971<br>
 
Snodgrass, James E, b. 03/20/1890, d. 07/06/1971, Res: Westville, AR, Plot: 20 0 393, bur. 07/09/1971<br>
 
Snodgrass, Rubie Etta, b. 02/18/1899, d. 11/09/1975, US Army, PFC, Res: Tulsa, OK, Plot: 21 0 94, bur. 11/12/1975<br>
 
Snodgrass, Rubie Etta, b. 02/18/1899, d. 11/09/1975, US Army, PFC, Res: Tulsa, OK, Plot: 21 0 94, bur. 11/12/1975<br>
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Survivors include three brothers, Roy and John, both of Lincoln, Ark., and Lonnie of Atwood, Kan.; and numerous nieces and nephews.<br>
 
Survivors include three brothers, Roy and John, both of Lincoln, Ark., and Lonnie of Atwood, Kan.; and numerous nieces and nephews.<br>
 
Funeral services were held April 10 at the Luginbuiel Mortuary Chapel at Prairie Grove with interment at Lincoln Cemetery.<br>
 
Funeral services were held April 10 at the Luginbuiel Mortuary Chapel at Prairie Grove with interment at Lincoln Cemetery.<br>
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Linda Snodgrass]]<br>
 
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BETHESDA CEMETERY<br>
 
BETHESDA CEMETERY<br>
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d 3 Jan 2003 Fayetteville, Washington Co., Arkansas <br>
 
d 3 Jan 2003 Fayetteville, Washington Co., Arkansas <br>
 
s/o John E Snodgrass ~1884- and Lucy Bowling ~1890- <br>
 
s/o John E Snodgrass ~1884- and Lucy Bowling ~1890- <br>
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Merle Snodgrass Isaac<br>
 
Merle Snodgrass Isaac<br>
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==WHITE COUNTY==
 
==WHITE COUNTY==
 
(formed 1835 from Pulaski County, Jackson County, &amp; Independence County, Arkansas.)<br>
 
(formed 1835 from Pulaski County, Jackson County, &amp; Independence County, Arkansas.)<br>

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