Snodgrass Source Book for Barry County, Missouri


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(formed in 1835 from Greene)


Cemetery Records (Kunkel): vol. 1 & 3 - yes; vol. 2 & 4 - NS

1850 census transcription - yes
1850 mortality schedule (MP-1) NS
1860 census transcription - yes
1870 census (checked Sugar Creek Twp. only) - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1890 census of Union veterans - NS
1900 soundex - yes
1910 miracode - yes

Index to Biographies, History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, & McDonald
Counties, MO, 1888 (by ?) NS

Veterans Register, 1895, 1896, 1888 (Kirkman) NS

Cassville Democrat (on film in Columbia) yes
Cassville Republican (on film in Columbia) yes

Abstracts of Wills, Bonds & Admins., Book A, 1835-1855 (MP-21) NS

Marriages 1837-1854 (MP-3) yes
Marriage records, 1853-1867 (by ??) yes


1838 -- Newton County formed from Barry County.

25 Jan 1844 -- Anderson Snotgrass [Anderson Snodgrass] married Eliza Hornhart
(by. Judge B. Hambleton)

1845 -- Lawrence County formed from Barry & Dade Counties.

1850 Barry Co MO Census

Anderson Snodgrass 28-M-TN
Elizabeth Snodgrass 26-F-TN
James M. Snodgrass 5-M-MO
Mary Snodgrass 3-F-MO
Sarah Snodgrass 1-F-MO [Sarah Caroline; m. Geo. W. Vaughn]
William Snodgrass 1m-M-MO

1860 Barry Co MO Census

Anderson Snodgrass 39-M-TN
Elizabeth Snodgrass 37-F-TN
Mary Ann Snodgrass 14-F-MO
S. C. Snodgrass 12-F-MO [Sarah Caroline]
George Snodgrass 10-M-MO
John Snodgrass 8-M-MO
Levi H. Snodgrass 7-M-MO
Nancy J. Snodgrass 4-F-MO
Martha E. Snodgrass 2-F-MO
Robert Snodgrass 11m-M-MO

25 xxx 1865 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass d. 25 ___ 1865, age 44y 4m 13d, buried
Kings Cemetery (also called Roller Cemetery.)
[Eliza / Elizabeth Hornhart m. Anderson Snodgrass 1844]

1 Apr 1867 -- Jackson Snodgrass married Eveline Abbott, by Asa Carlin.
<1870 census in McDonald Co., MO>

1870 Barry Co MO Census

Sugar Creek Twp., #94:
Anderson Snodgrass 49-M-TN farmer [m1. Elizabeth Hornhart 1844]
Caroline Snodgrass 30-F-MO [wife #2]
John Snodgrass 17-M-MO
Levi? Snodgrass 15-M-MO
Jane Snodgrass 14-F-MO
Elizabeth Snodgrass 12-F-MO
Jessee Snodgrass 9-M-MO
Florence Snodgrass 2-F-MO
Crikeet? Snodgrass 3m-F-MO b. March
Jane Bane? 68-F-TN

1880 Barry Co MO Census/Soundex

Sugar Creek Twp, Washburne, 2-6-49-2:
Anderson Snodgrass 59-M-TN/TN/TN farmer
Carline Snodgrass 40-F-MO/SC/TN wife [Caroline]
Jesse Snodgrass 17-M-MO/TN/MO son [s/o m1. Elizabeth]
Florence Snodgrass 12-F-MO/TN/MO daughter [d/o m2. Caroline]
Ida Snodgrass 10-F-MO/TN/MO daughter
Dollie Snodgrass 7-F-MO/TN/MO daughter
Minta Snodgrass 6-F-MO/TN/MO daughter
Frank Snodgrass 2-M-MO/TN/MO son

4 Jul 1883 -- Anderson Snodgrass, d. 4 Jul 1883, buried Kings Cemetery
(also called Roller Cem) <checked for obituary: no newspapers extent>

1900 Barry Co MO Census

Washburn Twp., 4-16-11-12:
Jackson Snodgrass 99-M-IL/VA/VA Nov 1801, widowed (living alone)
<1880 McDonald Co., MO>

Sugar Creek Twp., ED 1, Sheet 18, Line 28:
Caroline Snodgrass 60-F-MO/TN/TN Feb 1840 widow, 5 ch, 4 liv, o.h.f.
Mintie Snodgrass 24-F-MO/TN/MO Sep 1875, daughter, single

1910 Barry Co MO Census/Miracode

Monett Village, 3-5-55:
Rilan H. Snodgrass 29-M-IA
Nellie Snodgrass 24-F-MO wife

1920 Barry Co MO Census/Soundex

Caroline M. Snodgrass 79-F-MO
Frank B. snodgrass 39-M-MO son

9 Jul 1920 -- Caroline Snodgrass, b. 22 Feb 1840, d. 9 Jul 1920, "mother", buried
Seligman Cemetery. <Checked Cassville newspapers, but did not find obituary.>

1 Jun 1939 -- Bert L. Snodgrass, b. 1893, d. 1939, buried Antioch Cemetery.

4 Aug 1941 -- Frank A. Snodgrass, b. 11 Jan 1878, d. 4 Aug 1941, buried Seligman Cemetery.

7 Aug 1941 -- From Cassville Republican:
page 5: Mint & Bud Snodgrass are spending a week with their nieces in Muskogee and Tulsa, OK.
Later Bud Snodgrass passed away suddenly at the home of his niece in Oklahoma.
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page 10:
Frank Snodgrass Dead
Frank Anderson Snodgrass, a life-time resident of Seligman community, died suddenly from
a heart attack, Monday, Aug. 4, while in Muskogee, OK.
Funeral services were held at the Union church in Seligman, Tuesday afternoon Aug. 5.
The services were conducted by Rev. Chas. Vanzandt of Exeter.
Burial was in the Seligman Cemetery with the W. D. Koon undertaker of Cassville in charge.
The pall bearers were Joe Rubow, Burl Hammers, Sam Cloe, Geo. Young, Amos Williams, &
Chester Brown.
He was married in 1932 to Lavina Gallivan, who died in 1933.
Surviving are a sister, Miss Minta Snodgrass, 6 nieces, a half sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
Berryhill of Washburn, and 3 nephews.

1 May 1960 -- Minta Nora Snodgrass, b. 24 Sep 1875, d. 1 May 1960.
<Did not find obituary in Cassville Republican.>

4 May 1960 -- From Cassville Democrat:
Funeral services for Mrs. Minta Snodgrass, 84 years old, a long-time resident of the
Seligman community, who died Sunday night, May 1, 1960 in McCune-Brooks hospital in
Carthage, were held at 3:00 Tuesday afternoon in Seligman Baptist Church. The Rev.
Laurence Henry officiated. Burial was in Seligman Cemetery under direction of Culver's.
A member of the Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Snodgrass had no immediate survivors.

(no date) -- Ozar'kin, vol. 7 page 122: Family group sheet of the Berryhill family, who lived
part of the time in Barry Co., MO, includes son Larado K. "Doss" Berryhill, b. 15 Jun 1851 in
Arkansas, m. Elizabeth Snodgrass.

[vss - copy from TN Source book .....
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1989 -- Hancock Co., TN, & Its People
page 178: George Washington Vaughn
George Washington Vaughn was born in Hancock Co., TN, 1 Oct 1846. He was one of at least
thirteen children born to Samuel N. & Malvina (Church) Vaughan in Hancock Co. Samuel and
Malvina were also born in that county. George's grandparents, John & Nancy (Collicotte)
Vaughan came to what was then Hawkins Co. in 1800 from the state of Virginia. They were all
farmers and lived in Copper Ridge in the Clinch Mountains. The old Vaughan place is now
out of Eidson, TN.
In 1862 George joined the Confederate Army as a private in Company C, Second Tennessee
Cavalry, at War Gap, TN. Later he was transferred to Company F, 16th Battalion. He suffered
stomach and head injuries during the conflict.
At the close of the War, George went to Bourbon Co., KY, for a short time, and about
1867 he moved to Barry Co., MO. He was married there in 1868 to Sarah Caroline Snodgrass,
d/o Anderson and Elizabeth (Hornhart) Snodgrass. During the late 1870s, George and Caroline
moved to Texas and settled near Sherman in Grayson Co., where they lived for 20 years.
In 1901 they moved to Denton Co., TX, where they lived the balance of their lives. George
died in 1920, and Caroline in 1922. Both are buried in the Sanger, TX, Cemetery.
George and his wife raised six children: George W. Jr., Sam H., Bettie Ann, Wiley,
John, & Aubrey. Several of their descendants still live in and around Denton Co., TX.
(submitted by Mrs. A. J. Vaughn)
[ vss - also put in Denton Co TX ]

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