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CENSUS RECORDS
1790 census (missing)
1800 census (missing)
1810 census - 1870 census - yes
1880 census & soundex -- yes 
1900 soundex - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

COURT RECORDS
Calender of Virginia State Papers -- yes
vol. 2, page 571 -- (see York Co.)
vol. 4, page 95 -- (see below)
vol. 6, page 101: (see Washington Co.)
English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records (Cognets) NS
Hening's Statutes at Large -- yes (see Augusta Co.)
Virginia Court Records in Southwestern Pennsylvania (Crumrine) NS
Virginia Gleanings in England (Withington) NS
Virginia Historical Registry - yes (see Essex Co.; see below)
Virginia Legislative Petitions, 1776-1782 - yes (see Berkeley Co., WV)
Virginia Will Records from the Virginia Magazine of History & Biography,
the William & Mary College Quarterly, & Tyler's Quarterly 
(Gen. Pub. Co.) yes
Virginia's District Courts, 1789-1809: Records of the Prince Edward 
District: Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, & Prince 
Edward Counties; wills to 1829, deeds to 1816 (Warren) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Indian Forays on the Holston & Clinch (Mullins Pub. Co.) NS
Southwest Virginia Kin, vol. 1: A Genealogy & Historical Account of 
the Evans, Ferrell, Kelly, Counts, Stinson, & Related Families
(Albert) yes 
(see Washington Co., MO; see Tennessee statewide)
Southwest Virginia Kin, vol. 2: Genealogical & Historical Records 
of Russell County & Southwest Virginia Families Henddricks, 
Gibson, Garrett, Nash, Heburn, Buckles (Albert) yes 
(see Sullivan Co., TN)
Virginia Genealogies, vol. 2:
page 268 - (see below); page 299 - (see Lee Co.) 
Virginia Settlers, vol. 1-4 (Coppage) NS

IMMIGRATION RECORDS
Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666 (Greer) NS
From the Rhine to the Shenandoah--18th Century Swiss & German Pioneer
Families in the Central Shenandoah Valley of Virginia & Their 
European Origins (Bly) NS
The Records of the Virginia Company of London, vol. 1-4 - NS

INDEXES
Virginia in the 1600s: An Index to Who was There & Where, vol. 1 & 2 
(Oliver) NS
Comprehensive Index to Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Society 
Magazine (Swann), 1951-1975 -- NS
Index to the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Virginia Quarterly 
Magazine, vol. 1-9, 1925-1931 (Barclay) NS
Swem's Index to Virginia Sources indexes the following sources:
[vss - actually it is "Virginia Historical Index", E. G. Swem, editor, 
(Roanoke, Va., 1934; reprint, Gloucester, Mass., 1965)] 
C = Calendar of Virginia State Papers 
[vss - Eleven volumes, published 1875 - 1893, containing a 
selection of the manuscript papers of the state now in the 
Library of Virginia; included are orders of the governors, 
letters and reports from county, colonial, and state officials,
and miscellaneous papers created between 1652 and 1869]
H = Hening's Statutes at Large
[vss - Thirteen volumes, published 1809 - 1823, containing the
texts of the session laws of the colony and commonwealth for 
the years 1619-1792]
N = Lower Norfolk County Antiquary
[vss - Five volumes, published 1895 - 1906, containing a 
selection of documents from Lower Norfolk County]
R = Virginia Historical Register
[vss - Six volumes, published 1848 - 1853 as the first official
organ of the Virginia Historical Society, containing valuable 
original letters and narratives]
T = Tyler's Quarterly
[vss - A private publication that Dr. Lyon G. Tyler began after
his retirement from the College of William & Mary, the contents
of volumes 1-10 (1919-1929) of the thirty-three volume series 
are included]
V = Virginia Magazine of History
[vss - Established 1893 as the official organ of the Virginia
Historical Society, the contents of volumes 1- 38, published 
1893 - 1930 are indexed]
W(1) = William and Mary Quarterly, 1st series
[vss - Established by Dr. Lyon G. Tyler as a private venture 
in 1892, the twenty-seven volumes of the first series 
(July 1892-April 1919)]
W(2) = William and Mary Quarterly, 2nd series
[vss - Continued from January 1921 as the official periodical 
of the College, the first ten volumes of the second series 
are included]
<Charlou's Note: We have looked up every Snodgrass citation.>

JOURNALS
Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly (The Virginia Gen. Soc.); name changed 
to the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy <Checked vol. 1-39>
vol. 2, xxxx - yes (see Rockbridge)
vol. 4, xxxx - yes (see Berkeley Co., WV)
vol. 8, xxxx - yes (see Berkeley Co., WV
vol. 10, xxxx - yes (Botetourt Co., VA; Brooke Co., WV; Middlesex Co.)
vol. 15, 19xx - yes (see Washington Co.)
vol. 16, 19xx - yes (Conf. Death Roll, see below)
vol. 23, 1979 - yes (see Botetourt Co.)
vol. 27, 1983 - yes (see Wetzel Co., WV, Rockbridge Co, ??)
vol. 28, 1984 - yes (see Augusta Co.)
vol. 29, 1985 - yes (have; wit. will of James Duff)
vol. 30, 1986 - yes (see Augusta Co.)
vol. 32, 1988 - yes (see Augusta Co.)
vol. 34, 1990 - yes (see Berkeley Co., WV; see Washington Co.)
vol. 37, 1993 - yes (pg. 242, xerox)
The Virginia Genealogist (Dorman) 
<checked vol. 12-35>
vol. 13, 1969 - yes (see Montgomery Co.)
vol. 17, 1973 - yes (see Botetourt Co.)
vol. 19, 1975 - yes (see Rockbridge Co.)
vol. 20, 1976 - yes (see California)
vol. 21, 1977 - yes (see below)
vol. 23, 1979 - yes (Monongalia Co., WV, & Rockbridge Co.)
vol. 25, 1981 - yes (see Montgomery Co.)
vol. 26, 1982 - yes (see Greenbrier Co. & Grayson Co.)
Virginia Magazine of History, <Checked Swem's Index>
vol. 2, pg. 403 (see Augusta Co.)
vol. 4, page 99 (see below)
vol. 5, pg. 162 (see Frederick Co.)
vol. 18, pg. 259 (see Berkeley Co., WV)
vol. 38, pg. 362 (see below)
William and Mary Quarterly, 1st series: <checked Swem's Index>
vol. 13 -- yes (see Berkeley Co., WV, & Washington Co., VA)
vol. 14 -- yes (see Berkeley Co., WV)
vol. 15 -- yes (see Maryland)
vol. 16 -- yes (see Essex Co.)
William and Mary Quarterly, series 2 <checked Swem's Index>
vol. 8 -- yes (see ???)

LAND RECORDS
Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys (Joyner)
vol. 1 - Orange & Augusta Counties, 1730-1754 - NS
vol. 2 - Frederick Co., 1747-1780 - yes
vol. 3 - Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper, Prince William, Fauquier, &
Stafford Counties, 1710-1780 - NS
vol. 4 - Hampshire, Berkeley, Loudoun, Fairfax, King George,
Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland, & Lancaster Counties,
1697-1784 - yes
vol. 5 - 1653-1781 - yes
Cavaliers & Pioneers (Nugent)
[vss - abstracts of the records of the colonial land office 
1623 - 1666 (Volume 1), 
1666 - 1695 (Volume 2), and 1695 - 1732 (Volume 3)] 
vol. 1 (1623-1666) NS [Marion Nugent; publ. 1934; reprint 1992]
vol. 2 (1666-1695) NS [abstracted 1930's, publ. 1977 by Library of VA]
vol. 3 (1695-1732) NS [abstracted 1930's, publ. 1979 by Library of VA]
[vss - Dennis Ray Hudgins, in collaboration with The Virginia 
Genealogical Society, has edited two additional volumes under the
same title which brings the series to 1749]
vol. 4 ( ) yes [Hudgins; Richmond 1995]
vol. 5 ( ) yes
Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present Virginia Counties
of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito) NS
Film #29,308 = Virginia State Land Office, Index to Patents & Grants, 
1623-1774 - yes

MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
The Preston & Virginia Papers of the Draper Collection of Manuscripts 
(WI Hist. Soc.) yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution (Gwathmey--1938) yes 
(see Monogalia Co., WV)
List of the Colonial Soldiers of Virginia: Special Report of the Department
of Archives and History for 1913 (Eckenrode; publ. Library of VA) yes 
(see Hening's Statutes at Large)
Revolutionary War Records, vol. 1, Virginia, 1936 (Brumbaugh) NS
Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War (McAllister) NS
Virginia Revolutionare Pension Applications, vol. 1-49 (Dorman)
vol. 1 pages 10 & 11, John Acree/Wm. Snodgrass
vol. 2, pages 29 & 30, Peter Acree/James Anderson
vol. 34, pages 15, 16, 17, 78, 79, 80
vol. 37, pages 78 & 79
vol. 41, pages 77 & 78
[vss - will someone check this - William Armstrong Crozier's 
"Virginia Colonial Militia" publ.1905; reprint 1982]

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
They Went Thataway, 3 vol. (Hamlin) NS

TAX RECORDS
1787 Census of Virginia (Schreiner-Yantis) yes (see complete list below, 
and also the VA counties of Botetourt, Rockbridge, and Washington;
and the WV counties of Berkeley, Greenbrier, and Monongalia)
Tithables from Burned Record Counties; Buckingham, 1773-1774; 
Gloucester, 1770-1771, 1774-1775, Hanover, 1763-1770, James City,
1768 & 1769; Stafford, 1768 & 1773) NS
Virginia Tax Records from the VA Mag. of Hist. & Biog., The Wm. & Mary
College Quarterly, & Tyler's Quarterly (Gen. Pub. Co.) yes 
(see Frederick Co.)

VITAL RECORDS
Some Virginia Marriages, 1700-1799 (McDonald)
vol. 17 - vol. 21 - NS
Some Virginia Marriages, 1800-1825 (McDonald) vol. 1 - NS

[vss - Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 
(William Clayton Torrence) 1930; reprint 1965 & 1972; sub-title of this 
483-page volume is "An index of wills recorded in local courts of Virginia, 
1632-1800, and of administrations on estates shown by inventories of the estates
of intestates recorded in will (and other) books of local courts, 1632-1800." ]

************************************ 
STATEWIDE RECORDS 

(1747-1748) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 26, page 222:
William Snodgrass, 100 acres.

(1746- ) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 28, page 385:
Joseph Snodgrass, 344 acres.

(1756-1761) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 33, page 200:
William Snorgrass, 140 acres.

(1770-1771) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 39, page 21:
William Snodgrass, 140 acres.

(1770-1771) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 39, page 67:
Joseph Snodgrass, 20 acres.

(1771-1772) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 40, page 814:
William Snodgrass, 120 acres.

(1772- ) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: Book 41, page xx: 
xxx Snodgrass <illegible>

6 Oct 1774 -- Draper Manuscripts, 3 QQ 116 (Papers of William Preston):
Maj. Arthur Campbell. Letter to Col. William Preston. Arrival of Samuel Shannon
with the cattle; he and the flour wagons to proceed together to Moccasin Gap; 
enough cattle engaged for Captain Smith's fort; an Indian seen by one, Snodgrass,
below Captain Thompson's; probably one of Donelson and Mason's party in disguise;
Lieutenant Cox and men sent down the river. 
A.L.S. 1 p. 
On reverse: List of forts & their garrisons. Endorsed: Major Campbells Lett'r
Oct'r 6th 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, DUNMORE'S WAR, pp. 233, 234

10 Sep 1776 -- Draper Manuscripts, 5 ZZ 11 (Virginia Manuscripts): 
Joseph Snodgrass. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money for flour and bags for 
Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D.S. 1p.

17 Sep 1776 -- Draper Manuscripts, 5 ZZ 97 (Virginia Manuscripts): Thomas Wilson.
Receipt to Thomas Madison for L6 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 
purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by James Snodgrass.
D.S. 1 p.

20 Sep 1776 -- Draper Manuscripts, 5 ZZ 5 (Virginia Manuscripts): David Snodgrass. 
Receipt to Thomas Madison for L10 for beeves sold for Cherokee expedition. 
D.S. 1 p.

5 May 1777 -- Draper Manuscripts, 5 ZZ 22 (Virginia Manuscripts): James Snodgrass.
Receipt to Thomas Madison for L9 10s 9d, the balance of his wagonage on Cherokee
expedition. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 
D.S. 1 P.

23 Feb 1786 -- Calender of Virginia State Papers, vol. 4, page 95: 
The Deposition of Joseph Cole, of lawfull age, taken in behalf of the 
Commonwealth of Virginia, respecting sundry charges exhibited against 
Arthur Campbell:
Sayeth, that some time in Jan'y, or Feb'y, 1784, he was in conversation 
with Col. Arthur Campbell and Joseph Snodgrass. There was mention made of the
sheriff's swearing in to Collect the taxes, when Col. Campbell said they were 
prity fellows to send here for taxes; but he would call a Committee and prevent
the paying of taxes till such times as they would pay what they were endue us, or
endue to the County, or words to that import.
This Deponent further sayeth, that when the Governor's proclamation was 
produced to the Court of Washington, Colo. Campbell objected against it, and said 
the Court had no right to pay any regard to it, and that the Governor had no right
to issue such a proclamation.
Sworn to before us the 23d day of Feb'y, 1786, as Witness our hands and Seals.
John Kinkead
Alex'r Montgomery

page 135: The Deposition of Joseph Snodgrass, taken before John Kincead, 
John Lowry and Joseph Black, Commissioners, &c., &c., Deposeth and Saith:
That he knows nothing about Arthur Campbell advising people chargeable with
public Taxes to refuse payment thereof.
----------------------

1787 Tax List 
<Page numbers given refer to the published records.>
Note: This tax list is complete except for the following counties:
Chesterfield Co., Monongalia Co., York County, and the city of Williamsburg 
<The 1788 tax list (with non-duplicating names from 1786 tax list) was used>

Nansemond Co. 
<The 1787 land tax list, petitions, & insolvent lists were used.>

Berkeley Co., VA/WV (pages 1415 & 1416)
List "A":
Benjamin Snodgrass -- John Snodgrass charged with tax
James Snodgrass -- John Snodgrass charged with tax
John Snodgrass -- self, 4 horses, 12 cattle
Robert Snodgrass -- self, 1 white m 16-21, 1 black 16+, 
2 blacks 0-16, 5 horses, 9 cattle
William Snodgrass -- self, 4 horses, 7 cattle
- - - - - - - 

Botetourt Co., VA (pages 230 & 231)
List "C": <grouped as they are in the tax list>

Alexander Snodgrass -- self, 6 horses, 16 cattle

Isaac Snodgrass -- self, 2 blacks 0-16, 3 horses, 8 cattle
Robert Snodgrass -- self, 2 blacks 16+, 3 blacks 0-16, 5 horses, 4 cattle

James Snodgrass -- self, 2 horses, 4 cattle
Robert Snodgrass -- self, 2 horses, 3 cattla

John Snodgrass -- self, 4 horses, 8 cattle
Joseph Snodgrass -- self, 6 horses, 11 cattle, stud horse
William Snodgrass -- self, 3 horses, 11 cattle

Joseph Snodgrass -- self, 1 horse

Joseph Snodgrass -- self, 3 horses, 8 cattle
- - - - - - - 

Greenbrier Co., VA/WV (page 162)
James Snodgrass -- self, 4 horses, 4 cattle
- - - - - - - 

Monongalia Co., VA/WV (pages 1316, 1321, & 1322)
1786 List
James Snodgrass -- self, 1 tithable, 3 horses, 4 cattle
1788 List "A" - 
Charles Snodgrass -- self, 2 horses, 5 cattle
1788 List "C"
William Snotgrass -- self, 3 horses
- - - - - - - 

Rockbridge Co., VA (814)
(all grouped together)
Benjamin Snodgrass -- self, 2 horses, 7 cattle
James Snodgrass -- self, 6 horses, 11 cattle, stud horse
Joseph Snodgrass -- James Snodgrass charged with tax
Robert Snodgrass -- self, 1 black 0-16, 3 horses, 8 cattle
- - - - - - -
Washington Co., VA (pg. 963)
List "B":
David Snodgrass -- self, 1 white m 16-21, 9 horses, 11 cattle
David Snodgrass Jr. -- self, 3 horses, 8 cattle
James Snodgrass -- self, 3 horses, 6 cattle
John Snodgrass -- self, 1 white m 16-21, 4 horses, 13 cattle
Joseph Snodgrass -- self, 1 white m 16-21, 4 horses, 9 cattle
William Snodgrass -- self, 7 horses, 6 cattle
William Snodgrass -- self, 3 horses, 4 cattle
------------------------------
 

(1828-1830) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office:
Book 77, page 354: William Snodgrass Jr., 120 acres.
Book 77, page 416: William Snodgrass, 80 acres.
Book 78, page 35: William Snodgrass Jr., 50 acres.
Book 78, page 92: William D. Snodgrass, 55 acres.
Book 78, page 410: William Snodgrass Jr., 25 acres.

8 Oct 1834 -- Draper Manuscripts, 3 ZZ 24 (Virginia Manuscripts): 
Col. William Snodgrass. Abingdon, Washington Co., VA. Affidavit relative to his
Revolutionary service under Col. William Edmondson; was at Battle of Long Island
on Holston, on Chicamauga campaign, and at Battle of King's Mountain.
Sworn before Robert E. Cummings. D.S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Col. Snodgrasses affedavit.

(1830-1831) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: 
Book 79, page 442: Elisha Snodgrass, 37 acres.

(1832-1833) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: 
Book 81, page 439: G. & B. Snodgrass et ux & Robt. & Geo. St. Clair, 77 acres.

(1837-1837) -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: 
Book 86, page 100: James Snodgrass, 50 acres.

8 Jun 1843 -- Draper Manuscripts, 3 ZZ 29 (Virginia Manuscripts): 
Gov. David Campbell. Montcalm, VA. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Pontotoc, Miss. 
Criticism of accounts of Battle of Long Island Flats as given by Col. George
Christian and Colonel Sharp; ignorance shown about the officers; John Campbell's
company from the neighborhood of the Royal Oak; Colonel Sharp in Battle of King's
Mountain; letter received from Col. William Snodgrass about the battle.
A.L.S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Island Flat Battle. From Gov. Campbell 8th Jun '43.

1850 -- Virginia Historical Registry, vol. 3, pages 235-6: List of Members at a
recent convention (1850) to Revise and Amend the Constitution of the State, 
include from the 29th district (Doddridge, Wetzel, Tyler, Harrison, Wood, and 
Ritchie) John F. Snodgrass.

23 Dec 1900 -- Confederate Death Roll: Chas. E. Snodgrass, died 23 Dec 1900.

(need date) -- The Va. Gen., vol. 21, page 200 -- British Mercantile Claims:
Claims of Thomas Snodgrass & Company (pp. 21-23) (they present numerous claims
against people owing them accounts).

1 Jul 1974 -- From VIRGINIA GENEALOGIES, vol. 2: page 268 - The Virginia 
Historical Society manuscript collection contains a Snodgrass manuscript acquired
between 1 Jul 1974 and 30 Jun 1975: Snodgrass, 8 pages, xerox, notes (28438)

Virginia Magazine of History, vol. 4, page 99: An account of the Flournoy family,
which includes the following information: Elizabeth Pryor Flournoy, daughter of 
Francis Flournoy and Sally C. Goodwin, was born 1st May, 1813; married Rice Parks;
died 13th September, 1839, leaving daughter Sarah (Snodgrass), of Shelby Co, KY.

Virginia Magazine of History, vol. 38, page 362: Notes about the Quarles family,
contributed by Mrs. Edward D. Gillen, Blytheville, AR, include: 
Catherine Baxter Quarles, daughter of James Quarles & Pleasant (Winston) Quarles,
married William Snodgrass. 
<Note: No dates are given, but James Quarles was probably born about 1765.>
--------------- 

William & Mary Quarterly, series w, vol. 8, page 197: 
May the 15th, 1782 -- John Snodgrass married Elny Murphy.
<I need to check what county these marriage bonds were from>

############ end Statewide VA ############ 
 

ACCOMACK COUNTY 

SOURCES (975.516) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Graven Stones: Inscriptions from Lower Accomack Co., VA, Including 
Liberty & Parksley Cemeteries (Mihalyka & Wilson) NS

COURT RECORDS
Certificates & Rights, Accomack Co., VA, 1663-1709 (Nottingham)
Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore Whose Ages Were Proved 
Before Court Officials of Accomack & Northampton Counties 
(Houston & Mihalyka) NS
Life as Revealed Through Early American Court Records (Crowson)

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Virginia's Eastern Shore: A History of Northampton & Accomack Counties 
(Whitelaw--1951) NS

LAND RECORDS
Land Causes, Accomack Co., VA, 1727-1826 (Nottingham)
Film #29,994 = Grantor & Grantee indexes to deeds, 1663-1799 - NS
Film #29,995 = Indexes to Deeds, A-Z, 1800-1877 - NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Revolutionary Soldiers & Sailers from Accomack Co., VA (Nottingham) 
<unindexed, didn't do>

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #29,993 = General Index to Wills, 1663-1922 -- NS

TAX RECORDS
Accomack Tithables, 1663-1695 (Nottingham) NS

VITAL RECORDS
The Marriage License Bonds of Accomack Co. VA, 1774-1806 (Nottingham) NS
Marriage License Bonds of Accomack Co., VA 1832 through 1841(Turman) NS
Marriage License Bonds of Accomack Co., VA 1847-1850 (Turman & Carey) NS
Marriage Records of Accomack Co., VA, 1776-1854: Recorded in Bonds,
Licenses, & Ministers' Returns (Turman) NS
Film #30,107 
item 1 = Marriage Record 1, 1805-?? - NS
item 2 = Marriage Record 2, ??-1853 - NS
item 3 = Register of deaths, 1853-1871 - NS
Film #30,135 
item 1 = [typed] Index, Marriage Licenses & Bonds, 1774-1917; 
bride and groom indexed separately, 1774-1806 - NS
item 2 = Marriage records 3, 1855-?? - NS
item 3 = Marriage records 4, ??-1925 - NS
Film #30,136
Register of births, 1853-1871 - NS
Register of births, 1862-1896 - NS
Film #1,902,238 = Index to Marriage Register 6 (register itself not 
available at FHL) NS

****************************** 
RECORDS 

Accomack County was formed 1663 from Northampton County.

########## end Accomack Co VA ############ 
 

ALBEMARLE COUNTY and the city of CHARLOTTESVILLE 
(formed in 1744 from Goochland )

SOURCES (975.5481 & 975.5482) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Film #850,108 
item 2 = Tombstone Inscriptions from Family Cemeteries of
Albemarle Co., VA (DAR) NS
item 3 = Records from Albemarle Co., VA: Private 
Cemeteries & Tax Assessment, 1824 (Yancey--DAR) NS
<wrong call number> #858,655 Records of Cemeteries in 
Albemarle Co., VA, including Charlottesville, vol. 1 & 2 
(Early & Harris) indexed after each cemetery
Film #893,746 item 2 = Records of Cemeteries in Albemarle Co., VA,
vol. 3 (Early & Harris) NS
<Note: Library does not have vol. 4 by Early & Harris>
Film #901,231 item 1 = Records of Cemeteries in Albemarle Co., VA,
vol. 5 (Early & Harris) yes

COURT RECORDS
Albemarle Co. Road Orders, 1744-1748 (Pawlett) NS
Albemarle Co. Roads, 1728-1816 (Pawlett) unindexed, didn't do
Albemarle Co., VA, Court Papers, 1744-1783 (Weisiger) NS
Guardians' Bonds of Albemarle Co., VA, 1783-1852 (Murphy) NS

HISTORIES
Albemarle, Jefferson's County, 1727-1976 (Moore) NS
A Genealogical Index to the "History of Albemarle Co., VA" titled 
"Albemarle in Virginia," printed in 1901, reprinted 1932,
by Rev. Edgar Woods (Coddington & Dunlap) NS

975.5482 H2me Index = Index to Historic Homes of the Southwest 
Mountains of Virginia (Gen. Dept., LDS) <missing>
975.5482 H2w 1991 = Albemarle Co. in Virginia: Giving Some 
Account of What It Was by Nature, of What It Was 
Made by Man, & of Some of the Men Who Made It 
(Woods--1901) 
<includes every-name index by Goodman> <missing>

JOURNALS
The Magazine of Albemarle County History 
vol. 1-22: unindexed, didn't do 
vol. 23-53: NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed and Will Abstracts of Albemarle Co., VA, vol. 1-6, 
1748-1776 (Sparacio) NS
The Deeds of Amherst Co., VA, 1761-1807, & Albemarle Co., VA,
1748-1761 (Davis) yes <see Amherst Co.>

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Directory of the Living Alumni of the University of Virginia, 
Centennial Edition, 1921 (--) yes
Index to Green Peyton's Map [1875] of Albemarle Co., VA 
(Murphy, Casteen, & Freudenburg) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstract of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Accounts 
of Albemarle Co., VA, 1748-1800, 
Will Books A, B, 3, & 4 (King) NS
Deed and Will Abstracts of Albemarle Co., VA, vol. 1-vol. 6, 
1748-1776 (Sparacio) NS
Film #30,210 = General Index to Wills, 1748-1930 -- NS
Film #850,108
item 1 = Albemarle Co., VA, Records: Will Books, 4, 5, & 6,
1798-1820 (DAR) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Albemarle Co. Marriages, 1780-1853, vol. 1-3 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Albemarle Co., VA, 1781-1899 (Hunting for Bears) NS
Albemarle Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1780-1868 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, 1742-1787 (Davis) 
<covers Albemarle & Louisa> NS
Marriages of Albemarle County, and Charlottesville, VA, 
1781-1929 (Norford) 
<no Snodgrass grooms; brides not indexed--didn't do>
Film #30,271 item 1 = General Index to Marriage Register, 
1854-1940 - NS

************************************* 
RECORDS 

Albemarle County was formed in 1744 from Goochland County; part 
of Louisa County was added in 1761, and certain James River 
Islands in 1769.
~~~~~

1921 -- Univ. of Virginia Alumnus: Walter C. Snodgrass, 1887-1888, 
Law Dept., resides Thomasville, GA.

21 Mar 1960 -- William T. Snodgrass, b. 25 Jun 1882, 
d. 21 Mar 1960, Msgt (SG) Co. C. 28 Eng. WWI, buried ??.

########### end Albemarle Co VA ########### 
 

ALLEGHANY COUNTY 
and the cities of CLIFTON FORGE & COVINGTON 
SOURCES (975.5811, 975.5812, & 975.5816) 

CENSUS RECORDS
1860 census transcription - NS
1900 census - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #30,511 = Deed index, 1822-1889 -- yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #30,508 = Index 1822-1953 -- NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Alleghany Co., VA, 1822-1872 (Nelson) NS
Film #30,523 item 1 = Marriage Register, 1822-1854 
<unindexed, didn't do>
Film #30,523 item 2 = Marriage Register, 1854-1916 -- NS

**************************** 
RECORDS 

[25 Apr 1882] -- Deed Book 8, page 460: Thomas A. Snodgrass to 
Jno. W. Baker.

[1 Mar 1887] -- Deed Book 9, page 641: Thomas A. Snodgrass to 
Jno. W. Baker (release).
------------------------------

1900 Allegheny Co VA Census 

Clifton Forge Dist., 3-3-35-19, #617/663:
Samuel M. Alvis 33-M-VA/VA/VA R.R. agent & operator
***
Mary C. Snodgrass 29-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1870 servant, single, housekpr
-------------------------

############### end Allegheny Co VA ############### 
 

AMELIA COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.5634) 

COURT RECORDS
Court Order Book 1, Amelia Co., VA, 1735-1746 (McConnaughey) NS

HISTORY RECORDS
Historical Notes on Amelia Co., VA (Hadfield--1982) NS
Film #30,425 = Grantor index, P-S, 1734-1947 - NS
Film #30,430 = Grantee index, S-Z, 1734-1947 - NS

LAND RECORDS
Amelia Co., VA, Deeds, 1759-1765 (deed books 7 & 8) 
(TLC Gen.) NS
Amelia Co., VA, Deeds, 1765-1768 (deed book 9) (TLC Gen.) NS
Deed Book 1, Amelia Co., VA: Deeds, 1735-1743; Bonds, 1735-1741
(McConnaughey) NS
Deed Books 2-17, Amelia Co., VA: Deeds 1742-1786 
(McConnaughey) NS
Old Homes and Buildings in Amelia Co., VA, vol. 1 (Jefferson) NS
Old Homes and Buildings in Amelia Co., VA, vol. 2 
(McConnaughey) NS
Unrecorded Deeds and Other Documents, Amelia Co., VA, 1750-1902
(McConnaughey) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Daily Account Journals of Stirling Ford, M.D., Amelia Co., VA, 
for 1829, 1830 & 1831 (McConnaughey) NS
Miscellaneous Records of Amelia Co., VA, 1735-1865 
(McConnaughey) NS
(contains abstracts of Power of Attorneys, livestock 
identification marks, some Amelia bridegrooms who 
married elsewhere, ministers in the county court records,
deaths of some county residents, ordinary keepers' 
licenses, landowners on the move, deeds of emancipation 
of slaves, Bible records, apprenticeships, list of children
who were bound out, patients of Sterling Ford, M.D., & 
other information)

PROBATE RECORDS
Amelia Co., VA, Will Book 3-5, 1780-1799, with Additional 
Deaths and Heirs from the Order Books 15-22, 
3 vol. (Wise) NS
Will Book I, Amelia Co., VA: Wills, 1735-1761; bonds, 1735-1754
(McConnaughey) NS
Will Book 2X & 2, Amelia Co., VA, 1761-1780, 2 vol. 
(McConnaughey) NS
Film #30,449 = General index to wills, 1734-1926 - NS

TAX RECORDS
Amelia Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1736-1764: An Every-Name Index 
(TLC Gen.) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Amelia Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, Consents, & Ministers' Returns, 
1816-1852 (Hughes) NS
Amelia Co., VA, Marriages, 1735-1810 (Gioe) NS
Marriages of Amelia Co., VA, 1735-1815 (Williams) NS
Film #30,474 item 1-4 = Marriage bonds & register, 1735-1918;
birth register, 1853-1870; death register, 1853-1871 
(includes partial index) 
<very hard to read--for marriages, we checked this 
only after 1852>

************************************ 
RECORDS 

Amelia County formed 1734 from Prince George & Brunswick Counties.
 

################# end Amelia Co VA ################### 
 

AMHERST COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.5496) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Gravestone Inscriptions in Amherst Co., VA (Boxley) NS

LAND RECORDS
An Abstract of Deed Book L of Amherst Co. (Davis) NS
An Abstract of Deed Book M of Amherst Co. (Davis) NS
The Deeds of Amherst Co., VA, 1761-1807, & Albemarle Co., VA,
1748-1761 (Davis) yes
The Deeds of Amherst Co., VA, 1807-1827: Books L-R (Davis) NS
The Deeds of Amherst Co., VA, 1827-1852: Books S-Z (Davis) NS
Film #30,283
item 1 = Index to Deeds 1, 1761-1815 - NS
item 2 = Index to Deeds 2, 1815-1843 - NS
Film 30,284 = Index to Deeds 3, 1843-1885 - NS
Film #30,309 
item 1 & 2 = plat books, vol. 1 & 2, 1761-1930 - NS
item 3 = land warrants, 1783-1906 - NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Amherst Co., VA, in the Revolution, Including Extracts from 
the "Lost Order Book," 1773-1782 (Sweeny) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills from 1761-1919, vol. 1-13 (Davis) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Amherst Co. Marriage Bonds (Yates & _____) NS
Amherst Co., VA, Marriages, 1763-1800 (Gioe) 
<no Snodgrass grooms; brides not indexed-didn't do>
Marriage Bonds and Other Marriage Records of Amherst Co., VA,
1763-1800 (Sweeny) NS
#30,273 = marriage register, 1763-1852 - NS
#30,310 = index to marriages, 1854-1949 - NS

*********************************** 
RECORDS 

3 Jul 1790 -- Deed Book F, page 490: David Snodgrass, Jesse Tucker,
Dan'l Tucker, & Matt. Tucker Jr. witnessed a deed from Jno. Scott of
Amherst Co. to Drury Tucker of Amherst Co., for L10, 10 acres Buffalo,
part of tract where Drury Tucker now dwells.

############### end Amherst Co VA ############## 
 

APPOMATTOX COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.5625) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions of the Hunter-Marshall Family Cemetery,
Appomattox Co., VA (Norvery) NS

COURT RECORDS
Petitions to form Appomattox Co., VA, from Buckingham, Campbell,
Charlotte and Prince Edward Counties, 
1825-1845 (Chilton) NS

HISTORICAL RECORDS
The History of the Salem United Methodist Church, 
Appomattox Co., VA,1837-1984 (Chilton) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
C. H. Chilton's Union Academy Records, 1860-1874 (Chilton) NS
Some Appomattox Co., VA, School Attendance Rolls, 1907 
through 1913(Chilton) NS

PROBATE RECORDS <Probate records are not filmed.>

############## end Appomattox Co VA ################ 
 

ARLINGTON COUNTY and city of ALEXANDRIA 
SOURCES (975.5295 & 975.5296) 

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Alexandria City Directory, 1791 (Tallichet) NS
Slave Documentation: Slave Information Found in Museum of 
Arlington, Virginia, Plantation of the Lee Family 
(Smith) unindexed, didn't do

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Obituary notices from the Alexandria Gazette, 1784-1915 
(The Staff of Lloyd House, Alexandria Library) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #30,447 item 1 = Index 1800-1951 -- NS

VITAL RECORDS
Alexandria, VA, Marriage Records, 1870-1892 (Pippenger) NS
Arlington Co., VA, Marriage Records, 1853-1895 (Pippenger) NS
Marriage Records of Christ Church, Alexandria, VA, 
1828-1849 (Bridges) NS

******************************* 
RECORDS 

17 Oct 1838 -- (newspaper) Catherine Elizabeth Snodgrass died 
(page 3 of 5 Nov 1838 issue).

12 Jul 1864 -- Silas Snodgrass, C. D. Calvary, died 12 Jul 1864 in
Alexandria, age 16y 1m 11d. (see cemetery record, Union Co., OH)

################ end Arlington Co VA ############### 
 

AUGUSTA COUNTY and the cities of STAUNTON & WAYNESBORO 
(formed 1738 from Orange County) 

SOURCES (975.5911, 975.5912 & 975.5916) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Stone Church Graveyard, Middle River Dist., Augusta Co., VA
(Mickley) NS
Tombstone Inscriptions of Most Cemeteries in Riversheads 
Dist. of Southern Augusta Co., Staunton, VA (Weaver) NS

CENSUS RECORDS 1910 miracode - yes 1920 soundex - yes

COURT RECORDS Naturalization Records, Augusta Co., VA, 
1753-1902 (Bushman) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Early Western Augusta Pioneers (Cleek --1957) yes
Kegley's Virginia Frontier (Kegley --1938) yes 
<Note: There are many slight inaccuracies in Kegley's 
work, such as dates being off by a year or two, or the
acreage being wrong; it is a good idea to confirm his
records with primary sources.>
Records of Augusta Co., VA, 1745-1800, 3 vol. 
(Chalkley - 1912-1913) yes
[vss - "Lyman Chalkley's three-volume Chronicles of 
the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Extracted 
from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 
1745-1800 (publ. Rosslyn, Va., 1912-1913) is a popular
reference work that contains abstracts taken from the
Augusta County court records ... Before the publication
of the Chronicles, the National Society of the Daughters
of the American Revolution, which had been approached 
to become the publisher, commissioned genealogist and 
historian Thomas Forsythe Nelson to make an analysis of
the work ... Nelson's whole report, containing detailed
comparisons between Chalkley's abstracts and the original
records, was published as a substantial pamphlet under the
authority of the 21st Congress, National Society, DAR 
(Washington, D. C., 1912) with the title 'Report on the
Chalkley Manuscripts' ... " Someone should check this!]
The Tinkling Springs - Headwater of Freedom (Wilson) yes

LAND RECORDS Abstracts of Land Grand Surveys, 1761-1791 (Kaylor) yes

MILITARY
Hening's Statutes at Large, vol. 7 - yes
Virginia's Colonial Soldiers (Bookstruck) ??

PROBATE RECORDS
Will Book 3 - yes
Film #30,314 = Probate index, 1745-ca. 1880 [FHC says to 1903] yes
Film #30,315 item 2 = Will Book 2

VITAL RECORDS
Abstract of Augusta Co., VA, Death Registers, 1853-1896 (Reese) NS
Augusta Co. Marriages, 1748-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes
First Marriage Records of Augusta Co., VA, 1785-1813 (DAR) NS
Second Marriage Records of Augusta Co., VA, 1813-1815 (DAR) NS

**************************** 
RECORDS 

Aug 1746 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass christened, d/o William Snodgrass, 
Tinkling Spring Congregation.

5 Mar 1747/8 -- Patent Book 26, page 22: William Snodgrass was 
granted 400 acres on a sinking spring Branch of Cataubo Creek 
[Catawba].

1747 -- William Snodgrass took land on west side of James River, 
140 acres (Kegley).

20 Sep 1748 -- Patent Book 28, page 385: Joseph Snodgrass was 
granted 364 acres on the waters of Ronoak, adj. James Coates Land. 
[land in Botetourt Co ?]

1748 -- William Snodgrass took 400 acres on Lick Creek of Catawba (Kegley).

5 Mar 1749 -- Robert Snodgrass, s/o William Snodgrass, was baptised
near Catopa [Catawba]; Tinkling Spring Congregation.

3 May 1753 -- William Snodgrass was granted 82 acres joining his land
and David Mitchell.

1 Oct 1753 -- Surveyed for William Snodgrass, 140 acres joining his 
own & Mitchell's land; surveyor, William Preston.

4 Oct 1753 -- Wm. Snodgrass was credited with a payment to the estate
of Col. James Patton for land purchased <as per accounting made in 
1769 when William Preston became the executor>

16 Aug 1756 -- Patent Book 23, page 200: William Snodgrass was 
granted 140 acres on west side of James River (Kegley).

1756 -- William Snodgrass had 140 acres on west side of James River
surveyed (Kegley).

1756 -- Vestry Book, page 384: Processioner's Returns, in Cap. John
McFarrin's Company, on Catawbo Creek: Wm. Snodgrass (source - Kegley).

10 Mar 1757 -- Virginia Magazine of Hist., vol. 2, page 403: 
<an account of the people killed or taken prisoner in the Indian 
wars in Augusta Co., VA>
_____ Snodgrass, a girl, Catawba, prisoner.

[vss - from Chalkley's Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish in Virginia - 
[Vol. ?, p. 44] the section on Augusta Co. Courts, Will Book 2 ...
[I think the following entry will be found in Augusta Will Book 2, 
on page 183 ?].
"Page 183. 2d January, 1756. John Gatton 
(signed Patton and order says Patton). 
John Patton's will -- To wife, Agness; five children, viz, William,
James, Margaret, Isabell, Agness (infants); elder children are 
already portioned off. 
Executors, wife Agness. Alex. Miller, John Wardlaw. 
Teste: Wm. McClung, Jno. Stevenson, Mathew Lyle. 
Proved, 16th March, 1757. by the witnesses. 
Alex. Miller refuses to execute. 
Agness qualifies with Mathew Lyle and Alex. Miller."

and Chalkley's Vol. ?, p. 45:
"Page 192.--16th June, 1757. John Patton's appraisement, by John Lyle.
John Stevenson, Wm. McClung."

and Chalkley's Vol. ?, p. 48:
"Page 231 --31st October, 1757. Bryan McDanmel [McDaniel], Sr.'s, 
appraisement, by David Cloyd, Saml. McRoberts, William Snodgrass."]

31 Oct 1757 -- Will Book 2, page 231: Appraisement of estate of 
Bryan McDanniel by David Cloyd, Saml. McRoberts, & William Snodgrass.

[vss - from Chalkley's Vol. ?, p. 73-75:
from Augusta Co Will Book 3 ?
"Page 203.--17th February, 1758. Colonel James Patton's estate; 
appraised by Thomas Stewart, John Ramsey, Edward Hall. List of bonds,
bills, &c., due the estate: (a long list with various dates) including 
William Snodgrass, 4th October, 1753 ..."]

??? -- ??? Book, page 178: On the motion of Agness Patton who made 
oath according to law, certificate is granted him <sic> as greatest
creditor for obtaining letters of Administration of the Estate of 
John Snodgrass, dec'd who having with security Entered into and 
acknowledged their Bond according to Law.
Ordered that Samuel Buchanan, Joseph Kenady [Kennedy] John Berry
and William McClung or any three of them being first sworn do 
appraise the Personal Estate and Slaves (if any) of John Snodgrass
dec'd and return the appraisment to the next Court.

[vss - from Chalkley's, Vol. ?, p. 49: Section on Augusta Will Bk 2 
"Page 253.--16th August, 1758. Agness Patton's bond (with John Mathews, 
Jno. Wardlaw) as administratrix of Jno. Snodgrass."]

16 Aug 1758 -- Will Book ?, page 253: Agness Patton, the major 
creditor, gives bond (with John Matthews & Jno. Wardlaw as sureties)
as administratrix of the estate of John Snodgrass.

31 Aug 1758 -- Hening's Statutes at Large, vol. 7:
To the Militia of the Co. of Augusta, & for Provisions furnished
by sundry Inhabitants of the said county, viz. to 
Capt. Alexander Sayers for his pay, & the pay of his officers & 
company of Militia to the last day of August, 1758 inclusive, 
as per muster roll -- 
to John Snodgrass, 4 shillings
to James Snodgrass, 5 pounds, 1 shilling

[vss - from Chalkley's, Vol. ?, p. 54:
"Page 328.--20th September, 1758. Vendue of John Snodgrass' estate,
by Agnes Patton -- To David Edmund, Wm. Parris, Robt. McRandolph,
John Wardlaw, Wm. Adair, Peter Angel. Paid to John Mountgomery,
Edmond Tarr, James Henry, Jno. Rosamond, Patrick Hays, James McCown, 
Andrew Steel."]

20 Sep 1758 -- Will Book ?, page 328: Vendue of the estate of 
John Snodgrass by Agnes Patton: To David Edmund, Wm. Parris, 
Robt. McRandolph, John Wardlaw, Wm. Adair, Peter Angel. 
Paid out to John Mountgomery, Edmond Tarr, James Henry, 
Jno. Rosamund, Patrick Hays, James McCown, & Andrew Steel.

16 Aug 1759 -- Will Book 2, page 328: 
A true Inventory of the Estate of the Dec'd Jno. Snodgrass 
sold at publick Vendue Sep'r the 20th 1758 viz:
David Edmund to Sundries . . . . . . . . . . 3.10
Wm. Lusk 4 shuttels. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3
Sam'l Buchanen to heddles. . . . . . . . . . 4.1
Wm. Purris to 2/5: of Lin: heddles . . . . . .9
Wm. Purris to 1/5 of woolen hedles . . . . . 5.3
Jno. Husten 1/5 of heddles . . . . . . . . . .4
Wm. Lusk to heddelles. . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2
Sam'l Edmiston to 2 reeds. . . . . . . . . . 4.2
Rob't McRandolph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Rob't McRandolph to a Coat . . . . . . . . . 5.-
David Edmiston to 1 Jacket . . . . . . . . . 3.1
Jno. Matthews to 1 pr breeches . . . . . . . .7
Jas. Poage to Stockings. . . . . . . . . . . 1.-
Robt. McRandolph 1 pr breech's . . . . . . . 1.1
Robt. McRandolph 1 great Coat. . . . . . . . 1.3.
John Berry to a Coat . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.6
James Poage to a pr of breeches. . . . . . . 7.6
Jno. Wardlaw to 1 Jacket . . . . . . . . . . 13.-
Jno. Berry to a Coat . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11.8
Jos'h Matthews to lin: . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4
James Greenlee to lin: . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4
Jos'h Matthews to lin: . . . . . . . . . . . 8.7
Rich'd Matthews to woolen bag. . . . . . . . 7.1
Agnes Patten to 1 skine. . . . . . . . . . . 1.4
James Greenlee to 1 hatt . . . . . . . . . . 3.7
Agnes Patten to 1 hatt . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6
Jno. Berry 1 bible . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6
Joseph Culton 1 belt . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6
Joseph Culton a saddle . . . . . . . . . . . 14.-
Jno. Berry a bridle. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.8
Wm. Adair to Saddle baggs. . . . . . . . . . 4.8
Peter Angel to 1 shirt . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
Wm. Edmiston to brushes. . . . . . . . . . . 2.6
Jno. Berry to one Loom . . . . . . . . . . 1.-.8
Wm. McClung to a Mare. . . . . . . . . . . 2.4.6
Jno. More [Moore] to a Colt. . . . . . . . . . . . 2.-.-
Wm. Edmiston to a horse. . . . . . . . . . 7.11.-
By Cash of the several persons ment'd. . 20.10.5
By Cash left in the Deceased pocket book . 2.14.-
&etc by Cash. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3
Agnes Patten. . . . . . . . . . . . 23.5.8 The Estate D'o
To my Charges ag'st the Estate . . . . . 12.13.7
To D'o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7.6
1 To paid Agnes Edmiston her prov'd Acct . 9.7 1/2
2 To Jno. Montgomeree [Montgomery] for prov'd acco't . . 6.10
3 To Edmond Tarr . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6.3
4 To James Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.-
5 To Jno. Rosamond . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.-
6 To Patrick Hays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.-
7 To James McCown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.6
8 To Joseph Culton . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6
9 To Jno. Montgomerie pr'd acct. . . . . . . 9.9
10 To Andrew Steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.-
11 To Jno. Berry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
To my trouble in attending the Court
& transact'g the business. . . . . . . . . . 3.-
Deduct off the L12 Acco'e. . . . . . . . . . 6.-
At a Court Cont'd & held for Augusta County Aug't the 16 1759 
This Inventory or Appraisement of the Estate of Jno. Snodgrass dec'd
was returned into Court & admitted to Record.
Test. [vss - was this signed by Agnes Patton?]
<It would appear from this appraisal/sale bill that John Snodgrass
was an itinerant weaver.>

[vss - from Chalkley's Vol. ?, p. 64:
"Page 52.--12th October, 1760. John Masons will, farmer--To son,
John, 270 acres on Mason's Creek; to son. James, 150 acres on Back Creek;
to son, William, 250 acres on Grassy Hill Branch; to youngest son, Joseph,
135 acres where testator lives: to mother, Leah; to daughter, Jannet; to
daughter, Mary; to daughter, Margaret. Executors, William Boyd, of
North Fork of Otter River in Bedford County, and brother-in-law James
Keachcy. Teste: Margt. Boyd, Wm. Ritchie. Proved, 18th August, 1761,
by the witnesses. James McKatchey qualifies (Boyd lives in Bedford),
with Geo. Robinson, John Miller, James Bane."]

12 Oct 1760 -- Will Book 3, pages 52 & 53, Augusta Co., VA: 
Will of John Mason, dated 12 Oct 1760, proved 18 Aug 1761; 
names sons John Mason, James Mason, 
William Meason [Mason], and youngest son Joseph; 
mother Leah; daughters Jannet, Mary, Margret.
executors: William Boyd of North Fork of Ottar [Otter] River
in Bedford Co., and brother-in-law James Keachey.
witnesses: Margret Boyd & Wm. Ritchie.
<Note: See related wills, Botetourt Co., VA.>

13 Jul 1762 -- William Snodgrass ... 150 acres on the west side of
land he lives on (Kegley).

14 Jun 1764 -- Marriage license granted to James Snodgrass 
(no bride listed).
[vss - this came from Chalkley's Chronicles of Scotch-Irish 
Settlement, Vol. 2, p. 277 (section on marriages begins p. 274 ...]

23 May 1765 -- Vestry Book: Processioneers' Returns:
page 382: Joseph Snodgrass
page 383: Joseph Snodgrass & Wm. Snodgrass
page 384: William Snodgrass

[vss - from Chalkley's Vol. ?, p. 91:
Augusta Co Will Book 3 ?
"Page 410.--20th August, 1765. Susanna Shaddon's (Shawdon) bond
(with Wm. Preston, Jas. Snodgrass) as administratrix of 
Mathias Shaddon."]

20 Aug 1765 -- Will Book ?, page 410: Susanna Shaddon / Shawdon
gives bond as administratrix of Mathias Shaddon, with 
William Preston and James Snodgrass her sureties.

[vss - from Chalkley's Chronicles Vol. ?, p. 345 
(County Court Judgements) ... 
Fisher and wife vs. Armstrong -- Archibald Fisher and Susanna, 
his wife, late Susanna Shaddon (1766), administratrix of 
Mathew Shaddon, November, 1765.]

[vss - from Chalkley's Vol. ?, p. 95
Augusta Will Book 3 ?
"Page 463.--21st August, 1766. Mathew Shaddon's appraisement, 
recorded."]

12 May 1770 -- Patent Book 39 [this land Botetourt Co ?]
page 21: William Snodgrass was granted 140 acres in the county 
of Augusta on the waters of James River.

page 27: Joseph Snodgrass was granted 20 acres in county of 
Augusta on branch of Roanoak.
 

21 Mar 1771 -- Will Book ?, page 383: 
Settlement of the estate of James Patton by John Buchanan, executor;
a long list of payments includes 4 Oct 1753 [??] paid Wm. Snodgrass.

16 Mar 1773 -- Will Book ?, page 57: Settlement of the estate 
of Mathew Shawdon by Susannah Shadon [Shawdon / Shaddon ?], executrix,
includes cash paid to Robert Shipley, Archibald Fisher, James and 
Joseph Snodgrass, and William Bumpass.

7 Mar 1774 -- Will Book ?, page 252: James Snodgrass, James 
Montgomery & George Weir witnessed the will of James Lusk, yeoman.
Proved 16 Aug 1774 by the witnesses.

14 Nov 1774 -- Deed Book?, page 401: Nathaniel Evans, Joseph 
Snodgrass & James Alexander witnessed a deed from Thomas & Mary 
Paston [Paxton] of Botetourt to William Paxton, son of Thomas.

<?--out of order or mis-typed?>
13 Sep 1767 -- Survey Book 0-1, page 73: Surveyed for William 
Snodgrass, 120 acres, Branch of James River.

15 Sep 1767 -- Survey Book 0-1, page 97: Surveyed for John 
Willis, 50 acres, Cataba [Catawba] Creek. 
Adjoining David Mitchell, James Alisons, James Snodgrass.
<?????????????>

1776 -- Monongalia & Ohio Counties [now WV] formed from District
of West Augusta.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 

19 Mar 1777 -- Will Book ?, page 495: Account of estate of 
William Davis by Robert Davis, administrator, includes paid 
Robert Snodgrass for funeral charges, L10.17.10, Pennsylvania
Exchange.

1787 -- Pendleton County, (W)VA, formed from Augusta, Hardy,
Rockingham, & Bath Counties. 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

24 Jun 1805 -- Marriage bond signed by Samuel Snodgrass and 
John Wallace, for Samuel Snodgrass, bachelor, to marry Susannah 
McCausland, spinster. (no witnesses signed).

Jun 1808 -- [from Chalkley's] White vs. Moore--O.S. 168; N.S. 59:
Bill, June 1808. Complainants are, viz: 
John, Nathaniel, James, William White, Margaret (White), wife of
James McFarland, Rebecca (White), wife of William McFarland, Mary 
(White), wife of Robert Snodgrass, David Greenlee and his children 
(infants), heir of their mother Jane, who was Jane White, all being
heirs and legal representatives of John White, who was only 
heir-at-law and legal representative of Thomas Boyd, who was son 
of Andrew Boyd, who died many years ago, leaving a tract in 
Augusta County, 240 acres. Andrew died testate in Augusta, 
devising to his wife and sons, Thomas and John. Andrew's widow
died intestate and her part descended to Thomas, the eldest son. 
After Andrew's death, a patent issued in Andrew's name for an 
entry of his for 115 acres, but some one struck out Andrew and 
inserted John. John died testate, without issue, devising his
lands to his wife, Elizabeth, for her life, with reversion to 
her son, John Varnum. Then Thomas Boyd died intestate, leaving
complainants his heirs. But Elizabeth Boyd and William Moore,
who bought claim of Varnum, set up an adverse claim. Answer says
Andrew Boyd died 1750. A patent for the 115 acres issued in 1759
in name of John, when he was not more than 12 or 15 years old. 
Andrew Boyd's will dated 26 Feb 1749, proved in Augusta 
22 May 1750 ... to cousin John White, if he come here to live. 
Wife, Rebecca.
-----------------------------------

1910 Augusta Co VA Census/Miracode 

Staunton, 94-121-8:
Newton Parrish
***
Alice Snodgrass 49-F-VA "P" <?>
----------------------
1920 Augusta Co VA Census/Soundex 

Staunton, Greenville Ave., 79-133-10-44:
Western State Hospital
*****
Alice Snodgrass 59-F-VA inmate
---------------------- 

1957 -- Early Western Augusta Pioneers, page 83: 
Rose Mary Ritenour, b. 2 May 1932, d/o Ira Thornton Ritenour & 
Mary Ethel Cleek, married 20 Oct 1951 Robert Z. Snodgrass. 
Children:
Robert Z. Snodgrass Jr., b. 2 May 1953
Marlene Ethel Snodgrass, b. 18 Aug 1954

############## end Augusta Co ################ 

BATH COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.587) 

CENSUS RECORDS
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #30,606 = Deed index, 1791-1903 - NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Index to The Valley Road by Fay Ingalls (Hileman) NS (This needs to be
checked to make sure it is Bath Co.)

TAX RECORDS
Bath Co. Personal Property Tax Lists, vol. 1, 1791-1801 (Jones) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Bath Co. Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns, 1791-1853 (Metheny &
Wise)
NS
Bath Co., VA, Marriages, 1791-1810 (Gioe) NS
Film #30,620 
item 1 = Marriage Bonds, 1791-1860 <unindexed, didn't do>
item 2 = Marriage Register 1, 1861-1889 <unindexed, didn't do>
Film #30,621 
item 1 = Marriage Register 2, 1883-1897 <unindexed, didn't do>
item 2 = Marriage Register 3, 1896-1906 - NS 
item 3 = Register of Marriages, 1853-1895 - NS

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RECORDS

1787 -- Pendleton Co., (W)VA, formed from Augusta, Hardy, Rockingham, &
Bath
Counties.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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1821 -- Pocahontas County, (W)VA, formed from Pendleton, Randolph, & Bath
Counties.
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--
1910 Miracode

10-50-259:
Geo. W. Snodgrass 65-M-VA
Malisea A. Snodgrass 55-F-VA wife
William Snodgrass 19-M-VA son
Harriet W. Ruder 22-M-VA step-son
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--
1920 Soundex

#5-5-2-3-67 <note: there are too many digits here--the numbers need to be
checked>:
George Snodgrass 74-M-WV
Melissa Snodgrass 62-F-PA wife
Hermit Ryder 32-M-VA step-son
Wm. Snodgrass 26-M-WV son
Geo. Burwell 26-M-WV nephew
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BEDFORD COUNTY and the city of BEDFORD
SOURCES (975.5675 & 975.5676)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions of Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, 
Bedford Co., VA, & Family Cemeteries in Campbell Co., VA - NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1830 census - yes
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Index to Court Records, Bedford Co., VA, Book 1-53 (courthouse) yes 
<Note: The county court minute books for which this is an index will 
probably contain very little additional information of importance to a 
genealogist. On the other hand, the boxes of court papers pertaining 
to all the cases are also available to researchers, and there is a very 
strong possibility that some of them will contain genealogically 
significant information.>

HISTORY
Bedford Co., VA, 1840-1860: The History of an Upper Piedmont County 
in the Late Antebellum Era (Daniel) NS
A History of Bedford Co., Reprinted from Hardesty's 1884 History &
Geographical Encyclopedia, Special Virginia Edition (Viemeister) 
unindexed, didn't do
"Our Kin": The Genealogies of Some of the Early Families Who Made
History in the Founding and Development of Bedford Co., VA 
(Ackerly & Parker--1976) yes
Parker's History of Bedford Co., VA (Parker--1954) NS

LAND RECORDS
Bedford Co., VA, Deed Book A-1, 1754-1762 (Chilton) yes
Bedford Co., VA, Deed Book 2 (Chilton) yes
Bedford Co., VA, Deed Book C3 (Chilton) NS
Bedford Co., VA, Deeds, 1761-1766 (TLC Gen.) yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Revolutionary War Pensions, Bedford Co., VA (Chilton) NS

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Marriages & Deaths from Lynchburg Newspapers, 1794-1836 
(Baber, Blunt & Collins) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Bedford Co., VA, Will Book 2 with Inventories & Accounts
(Whitten) NS
Abstracts of Bedford Co., VA, Wills, Inventories, & Accounts, 1754-1787
(Whitten) NS
Bedford Co., VA, Will Book 1 & 2, 1759-1803 (Chilton) NS
Bedford Co., VA, Will Book 3, 1794-1810 (Chilton) NS
Film #30,535 = Probate Index, 1754-1949, decedents, trusts, or wards - NS
Film #30,537 = Probate Index, 1754-1949, heirs, devisees, or fiduciaries - yes
Film #30,540 = Will Book 7 - yes
Film #30,545 = Will Book 19 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Bedford Co., VA, Birth Records, 1853-1856 (Chilton) NS
Bedford Co., VA, Death Records, 1853-1860, 1868-1880 (Neighbors) NS
Bedford Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1800-1853 - NS
Bedford Co. Marriages, 1755-1803 (Hunting for Bears) NS

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RECORDS 

[27 Apr 1761] -- Deed Book 1, page 423 -- William Snordgrass [Snodgrass]
from Sam'l Hairston, 390 acres on both sides of Bear Creek Beginning at 
Thomas Read's [Thomas Reed ?] corner ... for 30 pounds.
Recorded 27 Apr 1761.

[29 Jun 1763] -- Deed Book 2, page 70 -- Wm. Snortgrass [William Snodgrass] 
of the County of Augusta to Thomas Edmeston [Thomas Edmiston ?], 390 acres 
on Bear Creek, adjacent Thomas Read, etc. Elizabeth, wife of William Snortgrass, 

voluntarily relinquished her right of dower to the lands conveyed.
Recorded 29 Jun 1763.
=============== 

4 Jan 1827 -- The Lynchburg Virginian, 4 Jan 1847, page 3: Jackey Leftwich
married Caroline Snodgrass, dau. of Josephus [Joseph ?] Snodgrass. 
Groom of Alabama.

1 Mar 1829 -- Will Book 7, page 174: Isaac St. Clair of Bedford Co., VA
To daughter Nancy: Mariah & her increase, together with stock and
household furniture which she has already received.
To daughter Betsy Snodgrass: Mary and her increase & Jim, sideboard &
table which she has already received.
To two sons, Robert S. Clair and George St. Clair, the tract of land whereon 
I now live in the Great Western Road ... and also a bed at B. Snodgrasses, also
another bed at G. Snodgrasses, also my cupboard and desk which is at G.
Snodgrasses.
The balance of my estate ... to be divided between my four children as above
named ... 
Executors: son Robert St. Clair & John D. Patterson...
I also lend to George Snodgrass the tanyard place five years then to return to its
former residence. 1 Mar 1829.
Will proved 22 Jun 1829 ... "in the handwriting of Isaac St. Clair"

[vss - Betsy m.1823 Bartley Snodgrass s/o Joseph, and Bartley m.2 in 1834
Botetourt Co. 
Lucy Baker; Betsy & Bartley on 1830 Botetourt as Bartlett Snodgrass;
a George St. Clair m. Elizabeth W. Snodgrass 1805 Botetourt;
and a George Snodgrass m. Nancy St. Clair 1819 Bedford Co] 
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1830 Census:

page 153: 
George Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 30-40, 1 f
20-30.
[vss - George Snodgrass & wife Nancy St. Clair; 1840 Russell Co
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16 Jan 1861 -- Will Book 19, page 557: Paulina P. Acree of Bedford Co., VA;
husband Thos. O.<sic> Acree ... in trust for children; youngest daughter Julia
A. Acree to be educated; son-in-law Cyrus Snodgrass, wife Caroline E.
Snodgrass who was Caroline E. Acree, and her children; son Albon J. Acree 
in trust for his wife and children; 3 other children, Sally A., Roslio M., &
Julia A. Acree; executor, husband Thomas A.<sic> Acree.
Will Proved 25 Jan 1864
[Cyrus Snodgrass m. Caroline Acree 1852 Campbell Co VA]

1877 -- Will Book 23, page 582: Thomas O. Acree will names Caroline E.
Snodgrass et al. <not filmed>

1976 -- Our Kin, page 35: Zoula Frances Dyer, b. 3 Nov 1887, d/o Ann Celine
White and James Lee Dyer, married 9 Apr 1911 William Snodgrass. Child: 
Ruby White Snodgrass, born 25 Sep 1913.

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Index to minute books:

Book 1A (1754-1758) -- no Snodgrass entries.
Book 1B (1754-1761) -- Snodgrass vs. Armstrong, 102, 114, 117, 122.
Book 17 (1815-1820) -- Snodgrass assignee vs. Leftwich, 148
Book 18 (1820-1823) -- Snodgrass, George, apprentices a child, 259
Book 18 (1820-1823) -- Snodgrass, George, assignee vs. Patterson, etc., 40
Book 23 (1830-1832) -- Snodgrass vs. St. Clair's exors., 468
Book 30 (1848-1851) -- Snodgrass, Emeline, etc., Ads. Commonwealth, 258
Book 32 (1855-1857) -- Snodgrass vs. Acree etc., Chy., 58
Book 36 (1869-1871) -- Snodgrass vs. Acree etc., dismd., 279.
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From Deed Index books, Bedford Co., VA:

Book 37, page 214 -- Cyrus Snodgrass Tr, from Thomas O. Acree & wife D. T.,
3 slaves and personal property. No county of residence given.

Book 38, page 419 -- John H. Snodgrass from George Snodgrass, etc., power
of attorney to sell 65 acres, 334 acres, & 1096 acres in Bedford & Botetourt
Counties.

Book 38, page 421 -- Power of attorney to Joel E. Foster (xerox)

Book 42, page 446 -- Heirs of Isaac St. Clair (same as Book 38, page 421),
22 1/2 acres on south fork of Goose Creek.

Book 46, page 25 -- To Robert T. St. Clair, interest in 65 acres on East &
Northeast side of Porters Mtn.

Book 51, page 212 -- Interest in 400 acres on James River 10 miles from
Lynchburg.

Book 51, page 213 -- Caroline E. Snodgrass from D. C. Tinsley Tr. & ux.
Mortgage Book 51, page 213. Int. in 400 acres on James River 10 miles from
Lynchburg.

Book 53, page 121 -- 176 acres, 2 R, 10 P, "Stony Point Tract" & right-of-way
on James River & Kanawha Canal.

Book 59, page 495 -- DR. 176 acres, 2 R, 10 P, "Stony Point Tract".
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BLAND COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5765)

CENSUS RECORDS
1870 census transcription - NS
1900 census - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #30,627 = Deed Index, grantor & grantee, 1861-1907 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Film #30,630 = Register of Marriages, 1861-1929 - NS

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RECORDS

3 Dec 1871 -- Charles A. Snodgrass, 22, b. Mercer Co., WV, s/o John C. &
Araminda Snodgrass, married Laura Privett, 16, b. Bland Co., d/o Henry E. &
Mary E. Privett.

(30 Jan 1901)- Deed Book 71, page 529: Laura J. Snodgrass to 
Henry P. Pruett.
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1900 Census:

Rocky Gap Dist, 7-2-3-22, #36/37:
Robert A. Robinett 43-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1856, m.18y, farmer, o.f.f.
Lucy J. Robinett 34-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1866, wife, 7 ch, 6 liv
Henry G. Robinett 17-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1882, son
William D. Robinett 15-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1884, son
Viola E. Robinett 12-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1888, daughter
Robert D. Robinett 9-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1890, son
Joseph M. Robinett 7-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1893, son
Arthur B. Robinett 3-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1896, son
Perry Snodgrass 6-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1894, nephew
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BOTETOURT COUNTY 
SOURCES 

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 - 1870 census - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1900 soundex - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

COURT RECORDS
Chancery court records, 1812-present (in courthouse) yes
Free Negroes Registered in the Clerk's Office, Botetourt Co., VA, 1802-1836 
(Boyd-Rush) yes

GENEALOGY JOURNALS
The Virginia Genealogist, vol. 10 & 17 - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #29,310 = Index Abstracts, patents & Grants - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #30,695 = Index to Probate Records, 1770-1952 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Botetourt Co. Marriages, 1770-1897 (Hunting for Bears) yes
Marriage records (in courthouse) yes
Death records (in courthouse) yes
Birth records (in courthouse) yes

<Note: The originals of these records have been checked and
double-checked by 
Charlotte Baker and Charlou Dolan, and are therefore more accurate than
published 
transcriptions done by other people.>

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RECORDS 

1771 -- A List of Tythables taken from the North side of Buffalo Creek to the
County Line and from mountain to mountain for the year 1771, by James Trimble.
James Snodgrass - 1
Joseph Snodgrass - 1

9 Sep 1771 -- Lydia Snodgrass m. John Camron [Cameron]. 
Surety: Robert McClanachan [McClanahan / McClannahan].
Witnesses: David May & Francis Smith. 
<daughter of Joseph and Hannah Snodgrass>

11 Feb 1772 -- Phoebe Snodgrass m. Martin Baker. Surety: Archibald Fisher.
<daughter of Joseph and Hannah Snodgrass>

1 Aug 1772 -- Land Grants, Bk. 39, pg. 814: William Snodgrass, 120 acres,
on both sides of Cataba Creek, a branch of the James River.

1 Aug 1772 -- Land Grants, Bk. 44, pg. 45: Joseph Snodgrass, 17 acres, on
the North Branch of James River, adjoining Joseph Snodgrass.

4 Oct 1772 -- Nathan Potts m. Hannah Shaddon. Sureties: John Potts &
James Snodgrass. Consent: John Potts, father, and James Snodgrass, 
guardian of Hannah Shaddon. Witnesses: Robert McClenachan, 
Joseph Snodgrass, John Potts, Jr., and Rebeckah Potts.

16 Aug 1774 -- Margaret Snodgrass m. William Little. 
Surety: James Snodgrass (little). Witness: David May, clerk.

24 Aug 1774 -- Will Book A, pg. 55: Will of James Alexander, dated 24 Aug
1774, proved 9 May 1775.
Heirs: Mary Crawford; my cousin James Tosh; my cousin Sarah Keachy; 
my uncle James Keachy; Mary Tosh, daughter of Thomas Tosh; 
Samuel Crawford; Wm. Meason [Mason]; Joseph Meason [Mason]; 
Jonathan Tosh; Jane Tosh; James Edgar/Eager; Joseph Snodgrass

9 Feb 1779 -- Elinor Snodgrass m. William George. Surety: Jonathan Newman. 
Witness: James Tosh. <daughter of William and Isabella Snodgrass>

8 Jun 1780 -- Mary Snodgrass m. Matthew Cooney. Surety: Ja's Corbet.
Witness: James Mitchell.

3 Jul 1781 -- Virginia Executive Papers, vol. 17, page 8l: Petition of
inhabitants of Botetourt County regarding the militia called out in February
last, who returned home before their time expired (dated 26 Jun 1781, details
in Calender of Virginia State papers, vol. 2, page 198) -- includes name of
William Snodgrass Junior.

20 Jul 1781 -- Land Grants, Bk. 4, pg. 76: Alexander Snodgrass, 135 acres, 
on a small branch of Catawba Creek,a branch of the James River 
<This land was located in what became Montgomery Co., VA.>

14 Feb 1782 -- Virginia State Library, C-6247, Public Service Claims,
Botetourt County, Virginia, Court Booklet:
"At a Court held for Botetourt County (Virginia) the 14th Day of Feby
1782 the following Claims against the Publick were settled and allowed by
the Court and ordered to be certified to the General Assembly:"
Joseph Snodgrass "for 40 Days Driving Beeves, Publick Service" L8

12 Apr 1786 -- Court Order Book 1784-1786, pg. 150: Ordered that Robert Snodgrass find two
Securities for his Good Behavior for the term of twelve months and one day from the date hereof
to be bound himself in the sum of Twenty Pounds and with each of his Securities in the sum of 
ten pounds.
A bond for Twenty Pounds, conditioned that Robert Snodgrass "keep the peace" for 12
months and one day from 12 April 1786.

3 Jul 1786 -- Jonathan Thomas m. Hannah Potts. Surety: Joseph Snodgrass.
Witness: A. Smyth. Minister's return: Jonathan Thomas and Hannah Potts
were m. 6 Jul 1786 by Edward Crawford, Presby. min.

19 Dec 1786 -- William Reynolds m. Amey Elder ?. Surety: Robert Snodgrass.
Witness: D. May. Minister's return: William Reynolds m. Nancy Elder 26 Dec 1786 
by Jno. W. Holt, Clerk of Protestant Episcopal Church.

1787-- Tax List: (all on Tax List "C"):
Alexander Snodgrass, 6 horses, 16 cattle
Isaac Snodgrass, 2 blacks under 16, 3 horses, 8 cattle
James Snodgrass, 2 horses, 4 cattle
John Snodgrass, 4 horses, 8 cattle
Joseph Snodgrass, 6 horses, 11 cattle, one stud horse
Joseph Snodgrass, 1 horse
Joseph Snodgrass, 3 horses, 8 cattle
Robert Snodgrass, 2 horses, 3 cattle
Robert Snodgrass, 2 blacks over 16, 3 blacks under 16, 5 horses, 4 cattle
William Snodgrass, 3 horses, 11 cattle

10 Jul 1787 -- Joseph Snodgrass m. Susanna Snodgrass. Surety: Matthew Harvey. 
Witness: J. Poindexter. Consent: James Snodgrass and Margaret Snodgrass, his wife, & 
Sussy Snodgrass [Susannah Snodgrass ?]. Witness: Wm. Little and Robert Snodgrass. 
<This is a very strange consent, because the people are not identified, and because all the consent
including the supposed signatures appears to have been written by the same person.>

26 Sep 1790 -- James Snodgrass m. Elizabeth Fulton, dau. of David Fulton, dec'd. Surety: 
William Little. Consent: Joseph Snodgrass and David Fulton "the gardeens & tuters & friends"
consent. Witnesses: James Turner and Thomas Forgeson [Ferguson ?].

23 May 1791 -- Martha Snodgrass m. David Fulton [Jr.]. 
Surety: William Snodgrass, father of Martha. Witness: H. Bowyer.

28 Apr 1792 -- Martha Snodgrass m. Cornelius Donovan. 
Surety: Matthew Looney. Witness: H. Bowyer. Consent: James Snodgrass. 
Witness to consent: Ma'w Looney [Matthew Looney] & 
Robt. Snowdine [? could it be Robert Snodgrass ?].

24 May 1792 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass m. John Rock. Surety: John Saul.
Witness: Wm. P. Smith. Minister's return: John Rock & Elizabeth Snodgrass 
were m. 31 May 1792 by Edw'd Crawford.

11 Aug 1795 -- Court Order Book 1792-1796, pg. 306: Robert Snodgrass &
Elizabeth Snodgrass who were bound by their Recognizance to appear here at
this Court app't accordingly and upon hearing the parties It is ordered that
the s'd Robert & Elizabeth do find two Securities to be bound themselves in
fifty dollars and their s'd Securities in 25 doll's each with condition that
they be of good behavior towards the good citizens of this Com'th more
Especially the s'd Rob't towards George Clark and the s'd Elizabeth towards
Margaret Clark for 12 months from the date hereof.

19 Aug 1796 -- Sarah Snodgrass m. Hugh Means. 
Surety: Henry Holstine [Holstein].
Witness: Sam. Lewis. Consent 16 Aug 1796: Hugh Means, John Snodgrass.
Witness to consent: Isaac Taylor, Jeremiah Hacket, John Taylor. 
Minister's return: 22 Aug 1796 by Jacob Peck. 
<daughter of John Snodgrass & Mary (Holstein) Snodgrass> 
[see Kanawha Co VA/WV]

17 Oct 1798 -- John Hartman m. Elizabeth Little. Surety: George Clarke.
Witness: Wm. Hite. Consent: Wm. Little, father. Witness to Wm. Little's
consent: George Clarke, Mary T. Clarke. Consent: Frederick Hartman, father.
Witness to Hartman's consent: George Clark, Jos'h Snodgrass. Married by Edwd. Mitchell.

1 Dec 1798 -- Joseph Snodgrass m. Jannett Craddock. Surety: William Little.
Witness: Wm. Hite. Affadavit: Wm. Little states Jannett Craddock is above 21 years. Consent: 
James Snodgrass, father of Joseph, consents for Jos. to marry Jane Craddick, dau. of Wm.
Craddick. Witness to consent: Geo. Clark, William Little.

26 Jun 1799 -- William Snodgrass m. Patty Devine. Married by publication.
From a list dated 26 Jun 1799. Married by Edwd. Mitchell, Methodist minister.
<This does not mean they were married on this date, but rather it is the day 
the minister turned in a whole list of marriages he'd performed in the previous months.>

1800 -- Tax List:
John Snodgrass, 2 white m 21+, 3 horses, no slaves.
Isaac Snodgrass, 1 white male 21+, 3 horses, 2 tithable slaves 16+
William Snodgrass, 1 white male 21+, 1 horse, no slaves.
Robert Snodgrass, 1 white male 21+, 7 horses, 
4 tithable slaves 16+, 1 slave 12-16.
William Snodgrass, 1 white male 21+, no horses, no slaves.
James Snodgrass, 1 white male 21+, no horses, no slaves.
Joseph Snodgrass, 3 white males 21+, 6 horses, 1 slave age 12-16.

1 May 1800 -- Isaac Snodgrass m. Jean Preston. Surety: Joseph Snodgrass.
Affadavit: Joseph Snodgrass states Jean Preston is above 21 years. Minister's return: 
Married by Edwd. Mitchell, list dated 12 Jul 1800. 
[vss - named as Jane Preston d/o Thomas Preston & Jane in his 1808 Botetourt Co will]
<son of Joseph and Hannah Snodgrass>

26 Jun 1800 -- Susanna Snodgrass m. Abraham Nidy/Nidiy. 
Surety: John Snodgrass. Affadavit: Abraham Nidy states he is above 21 years. 
<daughter of John Snodgrass & Mary (Holstein) Snodgrass>

26 Jan 1801 -- Henry Snodgrass m. Jean Mann, dau. of Nathan Mann, dec'd.
Surety: James Davis. Consent: Mary Mann, mother. Witness to consent:
William McClure, James Davis. Consent: John Snodgrass, father. Witness
to consent: George Walker, James Davis. <son of John Snodgrass & Mary
(Holstein) Snodgrass>

30 Jun 1801 -- Betsy Snodgrass [Elizabeth Snodgrass] m. James Davis. Surety: Thomas Wilson.
Consent: John Snodgrass, father of Betsy. Witness to consent: John McCrery.
<daughter of John Snodgrass & Mary (Holstein) Snodgrass>

2 Sep 1802 -- Mary Snodgrass m. William Witherow. Surety: Isaac Snodgrass,
father of Mary. Minister's return: Married between Sep 1801 and Sep 1802
by Edwd. Mitchell. <daughter of Isaac Snodgrass & Sarah (Walker) Snodgrass>

2 Mar 1803 -- Will Book B, pg. 183 Will of James Mason, dated 2 Mar 1803, proved May 1808.
nephews William Crawford, nephew Samuel Crawford Jr., & nephew Mason Crawford, Jane
Pate, Eleanor Jennings, Margret Crawford, and Sarah Crawford, daughters of Samuel Crawford
and Jenet Crawford his wife and my sister of the State of Kentucky. Mary Pate, wife of Edward
Pate, and also dau. of Samuel & Jenet Crawford. My said sister and best friend, Jenet Crawford.
children of my deceased brother William Mason of Kentucky. children of my deceased sister,
Mary Edgar, late the wife of James Edgar of Bedford Co.
children of my sister Margaret Snodgrass, wife of Joseph Snodgrass of Tennessee State. 
my brother, Joseph Mason of Kentucky.
Executors: Joseph Mason, Samuel Crawford, John Pate of Breckenridge Co., KY, 
Major Elijah McClanahan of Botetourt Co., VA. 

[vss - twenty-four years after the will was written, 1827 in Roane Co TN a 
Peggy (Margaret ?) Snodgrass m. Alexander Galbreath; bondsman John B. Mason 
... might this be a dau of Margaret Mason Snodgrass ?]
<Joseph Snodgrass, son of William & Isabelle Snodgrass of Botetourt Co., VA, was living in
Knox Co., Tennessee as early as 1796. Where he went from Knox Co. is not known. Joseph
Snodgrass's sister Isabella married a Mr. McClanahan. It might pay to check out the Major Elijah
McClanahan named above to see if he has a wife Isabella.> 
<see related wills, 1774 Botetourt Co., VA, and 1760 Augusta Co., VA>

20 Mar 1804 -- Joseph Snodgrass m. Catharine Gish, dau. of John Gish. 
Surety: John Gish. Minister's return: Married by Edwd. Mitchell, list dated 30 Oct 1804. 
<son of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass>

14 Sep 1805 -- Betsy Snodgrass [Elizabeth Snodgrass] m. George St. Clair. 
Surety: Joseph Snodgrass, father of Betsy. 
Minister's return: Married 3 Dec 1805 by Edward Mitchell, Methodist minister. 
<daughter of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass>

[vss - Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement of Virginia; Vol 2, by Lyman Chalkley] p. 222: 
"Preston vs. Preston -- O. S. p. 300; N. S. p. 107 - Bill, May, 1816, by Thomas Preston, son of 
Thomas Preston, who died, testate, for division.
Will of Thomas Preston of Botetourt, 11th May, 1807. 
Wife, Jane; sons, Thomas, John (deceased); 
daughters, Anne and Mary, Jane Snodgrass of Kentucky.
Recorded in Botetourt, April Court, 1808. 
Jane (widow) and Ann are dead. Thomas Preston also had a son Robert (orator). 
Jane married Isaac Snodgrass and lived in Kentucky." 

4 Sep 1809 -- Alexander Snodgrass m. Elizabeth Smyth, dau. of Jacob Smyth.
Surety: Jacob Smyth. Minister's return: Married 7 Sep 1809 by John Helms.
[vss - Alex & Eliz on 1820 Madison Co OH; Alex s/o Alexander & Rebecca - 
see Montgomery Co VA]

28 Jan 1814 -- Robert Snodgrass m. Sarah Safley. Surety: Henry Safley,
father of Sarah. Minister's return: Married 17 Feb 1814 by John Helms.

14 Nov 1814 -- (from a sampler given in 1972 to Jennings and Phebe Knox of Tallahassee, FL): 
Miranda Snodgrass finished this November 14, 1814, age 10 years.

22 Jun 1815 -- Mary Snodgrass m. Charles Old. Daughter of Joseph Snodgrass, dec'd. 
Surety: Robert Snodgrass. 
Minister's return: Polly Snodgrass m. Charles Olds, 23 Jun 1815, by Edward Mitchell, minister. 
<daughter of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass>

14 Mar 1817 -- John Snodgrass m. Anne McCluer [Anne McClure ?], widow of 
(---) McCluer, dec'd. Surety: James Davis. 
Minister's return: Married 13 Mar 1817 by John Helms.

3 May 1817 -- Thilghman Snodgrass m. Mary Walker, dau. of Henry Walker, 
dec'd. Surety: Henry Walker esqr. Affadavit: Henry Walker esqr. states 
Mary Walker is above 21 years. Consent: 24 Apr 1817, Edwd. Mitchell, g'd'n to 
Thilman Snodgrass, consent to marry -- Walker, dau. of Henry Walker decd.
Minister's return: Married 8 May 1817 by Robert Logan, Presbyterian minister. 
<son of Robert Snodgrass & Nancy Elizabeth (Adams) Snodgrass>

30 Nov 1819 -- Robert Snodgrass m. Mary Walker, daughter of John Walker. 
Surety: Daniel Walker. John Helms, minister. 
<son of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass>

Feb 1820 -- Register of Free Negroes, No. 24: Matilda, 39 years of age; black; 
5 feet; emancipated by the Will of Joseph Snodgrass; registered Feb 1820. 
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1820 Botetourt Co VA Census:
pg. 498: 
John Snodgrass = 1 m 26-45, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.
pg. 500: 
Matilda Snodgrass = 1 free colored.
Tilghman Snodgrass = 2 m 0-10, 4 m 18-26, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26.
[Tilghman m. 1817 Mary Walker]
Robert Snodgrass = 1 m 26-46, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.
pg. 501: 
Joseph Snodgrass - 2 m 0-10, 1 m 10-16, (1 m 16-18), 1 m 16-26, 1 m 26-45.
--------------------------------

9 Oct 1820 -- Register of Free Negroes, No. 30: Liddis, 35 years of age;
black; 5 feet 7 or 8 inches; emancipated by the Will of Joseph Snodgrass,
dec'd; recorded in Botetourt Co.; registered 9 Oct 1820.

8 Sep 1821 -- William Snodgrass m. Polly Nutter, d. of Zadok Nutter.
Surety: Walter and Martley Nutter. <son of Robert Snodgrass & Nancy Elizabeth
(Adams) Snodgrass>

13 Aug 1825 -- George W. Snodgrass m. Mary Zimmerman (over 21). Surety:
Joseph Snodgrass. <son of Joseph Snodgrass & Catherine (Gish) Snodgrass>

19 Nov 1826 -- Caroline Snodgrass m. Jackey Leftwich (above the age of 21).
Surety: John N. Johnston. <daughter of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker)>
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1830 Botetourt Co VA Census:
pg. ??: 
Bartlett Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
pg. ??: 
Robert Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 40-50, 1 f 0-5, 2 f 5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40.
pg. ??: 
Tilman Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 2 m 10-15, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 20-30, 1 f
30-40.
pg. ??: 
William A. Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 20-30.
[William Snodgrass m. 1821 Mary Nutter]
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17 Nov 1831 -- Harriet Snodgrass m. Lewis R. Stover. A. Dempsey, minister.

17 Mar 1834 -- Bartlet <sic> Snodgrass m.[2] Lucy Ann Baker, dau. of Samuel
Baker. Surety: Wm. Baker, Elijah Baker. Minister: Joel Crumpacker. 
<son of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass> 
[m1. 1823 Bedford Co Elizabeth St. Clair]

11 Mar 1835 -- George W. Snodgrass [b. ca 1810] married [m1.] Elizabeth Lanius 
(over 21), daughter of Adam Lanius. Surety: Jacob Lanius. John V. Rigdon, 
minister. [vss - George m2. Amanda Dunn (says her dau. Mary Jane); 
m3. Elizabeth Kingston & they are on 1850-1870 Walker Co GA]

28 Sep 1835 -- Caleb Snodgrass m. Mary C. Huffman, dau. of Jacob Huffman.
Surety: Alfred Elmore, Henry Jones. Married 29 Oct 1835 by L. L. Reynolds, minister.

12 Oct 1836 -- Robert Snodgrass m. Nancy Smiley. Return by Jacob Carper.
<son of Joseph Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass>
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1840 Botetourt Co VA Census

pg. 274: 
Tilghman Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 2 m 15-20, 2 m 20-30, 
1m 40-50, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 30-40, 1 f 40-50.
pg. 275: 
Robert Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 50-60, 
1 f 10-15, 2 f 15-20, 1 f 30-40. 
[Robert age abt 54; Nancy (Smiley) 30; m. 1836]
pg. 280: 
William Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 40-50, 1 f 20-40, 1 f 30-40.
[William d. bef. Oct 1845; widow Mary (Nutter) m2. 8 Oct 1845 John Spessard]
pg. 300: 
Bartlett Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 40-50, 1 f 0-5, 2 f 5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40.
[Bartley m2. 1834 Lucy Baker]
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4 Mar 1844 -- Martha A. M. Snodgrass m. William H. Blunt. Daughter of
Robert Snodgrass. Surety: John W. Snodgrass. 
<daughter of Robert Snodgrass & Mary (Walker) Snodgrass>

16 Aug 1845 -- William A. Snodgrass m. Nancy A. Woods, dau. of Margaret
Woods. Surety: William Williamson, John W. Thompson, John P. Thompson.

8 Oct 1845 -- Mary Snodgrass, widow of Wm. Snodgrass, m. John Spessard.
Surety: Joseph Carper. <mother of Zadock N. Snodgrass & Tilghman
Snodgrass -- Wm. Snodgrass, dec'd, their father, was the son of Robert
Snodgrass and Nancy Elizabeth (Adams) Snodgrass>
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1850 Botetourt Co VA Census

#18/18:
James H. Waugh 26-M-VA merchant
Sarah A. Waugh 23-F-VA
William N. Snodgrass 25-M-VA physician

#42/42:
Zadoc Snodgrass 25-M-VA farmer
Mary E. Nutter 20-F-VA

#160/160:
John Spessard 53-M-VA farmer [m. 1845]
Mary Spessard 49-F-VA [m1. William Snodgrass]
Tilghman E. Snodgrass 15-M-VA

#359/359:
William Snodgrass 28-M-VA [William A. Snodgrass]
Nancy A. Snodgrass 31-F-VA [Nancy Woods m. 1845]
Martha G. Snodgrass 4-F-VA
John W. Snodgrass 1-M-VA
Rice T. Oakes 22-M-VA carpenter.

#1585/1585:
Robert Snodgrass 62/ 64-M-VA farmer
Nancy Snodgrass 40-F-VA [Nancy Smiley m. 1836]
John W. Snodgrass 30-M-VA
Miranda Snodgrass 24-F-VA
Eliza Snodgrass 22-F-VA
Harvey Snodgrass 20-M-VA
George F. Snodgrass 16-M-VA
Henderson Snodgrass 13-M-VA
Emeline Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Sarah Snodgrass 9-F-VA
William Snodgrass 7-M-VA [William Clem Snodgrass]
Edwin Snodgrass 6-M-VA 
[Edwin L. Snodgrass; m. 1868 Putnam Co IN Virginia Mount; 
1850 Boone Co IN; 1880 Montgomery Co IN]
Rufus Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 1-F-VA

#1586/1586:
Tilghman Snodgrass 54-M-VA farmer
Mary Snodgrass 54-F-VA [Mary Walker]
Robert L. Snodgrass 31-M-VA
Francis Snodgrass 17-M-VA
Lewis A. Snodgrass 15-M-VA
Jane E. Snodgrass 12-F-VA
Mary W. Snodgrass 10-F-VA
Miranda Snodgrass 38-F-VA 
[age should be 48/49, b. ca 1802/3, d. 1853 age 51; sister of Tilghman]
------------------------

15 Jan 1853 -- Franklin Snodgrass born, son of Robert & Nancy Snodgrass.

3 Dec 1853 -- Miranda Snodgrass died, age 51 years, of ?aralysis, informant:
Robert L. Snodgrass, nephew

15 Feb 1854 -- Palmer Snodgrass died, age 2 years, of scarlet fever, son of
Robert & Nancy Snodgrass

21 Nov 1854 -- Joseph McDonald Snodgrass born, son of William A. & Nancy
Snodgrass. Informant: Margaret Wood, grandmother.

5 Sep 1855 -- colored slave born, owned by R. L. Snodgrass, died.

2 Dec 1856 -- Manuel Snodgrass born, son of Wm. N. & Kate Snodgrass.

11 May 1859 -- Emaline A. Snodgrass died, age 17 years, of typhoid, dau. of Robert Snodgrass.
------------------------

1860 Botetourt Co VA Census:

pg. 263, #988/988:
Jeremiah Starr 46-M-VA farmer, $4600/4180
Jno. W. Snodgrass 21-M-VA

pg. 265, #1001/1001:
Robt. Snodgrass 71/ 74-M-VA farmer, $4000/5620 
[Robert Snodgrass s/o Joseph & Mary; d. 20 Jun 1865, age 79]
Nancy Snodgrass 50-F-VA
Mauranda Snodgrass 34-F-VA
Eliza A. Snodgrass 31-F-VA
Sarah Snodgrass 29-F-VA
Wm. Snodgrass 19-M-VA [? William C. Snodgrass m. 1876 Jane Coffman]
Edwin Snodgrass 15-M-VA [Edwin L. Snodgrass; 1880 Montgomery Co IN]
Rufus Snodgrass 13-M-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Franklin Snodgrass 7-M-VA
Isaac Kelley 23-M-VA cooper

pg. 276, #1078/1078:
Margaret S. Wand? 63-F-VA ??, $90/40
Nancy Snodgrass 39-F-VA
Martha Snodgrass 13-F-VA
Chas. A. Snodgrass 3-M-VA
Martha Williams 53-F-VA
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7 Apr 1862 -- Patterson A. Snodgrass, farmer, age. 31, b. Bedford Co., res.
Wise Co., son of George & Nancy Snodgrass, m. Jane F. Old <his cousin>, age
26, b. and res. Botetourt Co., VA, dau of Charles & Mary W. <Snodgrass> Old.
Married by S. P. Feller. [Addison P ?]

20 Jun 1865 -- Robert Snodgrass, age 79 years, heart disease, son of Joseph
and Mary Snodgrass, informant: Nancy Snodgrass, wife.

31 Mar 1870 -- Sarah J. Snodgrass, age 28, b. & res. Botetourt, dau. of Ro. & Nancy Snodgrass,
m. Nathan E. Layman, farmer, age 29, b. & res. Botetourt, son of Abner C. & M. J. Layman. 
Married by J. R. Harrison at home of Mrs. Snodgrass.
----------------------

1870 Botetourt Co VA Census

Amsterdam Twp., #75/75:
Rufus Snodgrass 35-M-VA farmer, $2500/100 
[age should be abt 23, s/o Robert & Nancy (Smiley)]
Sarah J. Snodgrass 28-F-VA 
Elizabeth ? Snodgrass 20-F-VA [d/o Robert & Nancy (Smiley)]
Frances Snodgrass 60-F-VA <? Nancy ?> [Nancy Smiley m. 1836 Robert Snodgrass]
<Note: Very bad film; new filming should be checked.>
--------------------------------

5 Dec 1872 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass, age 21, b. & res. Botetourt, dau. of Ro. &
Nancy Snodgrass, m. C. W. Hogan, farmer, age 34, b. & res. Bedford Co., son
of Chas. & Mary Hogan. Married by R. R. Houston.

27 Dec 1876 -- Wm. C. Snodgrass, farmer, age 26, b. & res. Botetourt, son of
Albert & Nancy Snodgrass, m. Jane Coffman, age 27, b. & res. Botetourt, dau.
of Peter & Sarah Coffman. 
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1880 Botetourt Co VA Census/Soundex

Amsterdam Magisterial Dist.
6-9-11-1:
Weslie Snodgrass 31-M-VA
Mary F. Snodgrass 23-F-VA wife
Robert B. Snodgrass 5-M-VA son

6-9-24-13:
Phleman Snodgrass 30-M-VA [? William Clem Snodgrass]
Virginia Snodgrass 31-F-VA wife [? Virginia Jean Coffman]
Rosa Snodgrass 3-F-VA daughter [m. 1896 Cline Brown]
Minnie Snodgrass 2-F-VA daughter [m. 1902 George Rufus Bishop]
--------------------------------

9 Dec 1896 -- Rosa Snodgrass, age 19, b. & res. Botetourt, dau. of Clem & Va
Snodgrass, m. Cline E. Brown, farmer, b. & res. Botetourt, son of Wm. & Mary
Brown. Married by Saul Crumpacker.
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1900 Botetourt Co VA Census:

Amsterdam Twp., 
7-46-10-100, #217/220:
Catherine Davis 74-F-VA/VA/VA Dec 1826, wid. 0 ch, 0 liv, farmer, o.f.f.
George Snodgrass 19-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1881, boarder

7-46-12-59, #251/254:
Jinnie Snodgrass 51-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1894 wid 4 ch 4 liv wash woman o.h.f.
Minnie V. Snodgrass 21-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1879, daughter
George A. Snodgrass 19-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1881, daughter [? Jean; m. T. A. Richardson]
Margret F. Snodgrass 17-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1882, daughter [m. John William Kessler]
[Jinnie = Virginia Jean / Jane Coffman w/o William Clem Snodgrass]
--------------------------------- 

16 Sep 1900 -- Jean Snodgrass, age 19, b. & res. Botetourt, dau. of 
Clem. & Jane Snodgrass, m. T. A. Richardson, farmer, age 22, b. & res. 
Botetourt, son of T. S. & A. Richardson.

26 Jul 1902 -- Minnie V. Snodgrass, age 23, b. & res. Botetourt, dau. of 
J. W. & W. C. Snodgrass, m. George Rufus Bishop, farmer, age 22, b. & res.
Botetourt, son of J. W. & Sally F. Bishop.

26 Nov 1902 -- Margaret C. Snodgrass, age 20, b. & res. Botetourt, dau. of
Wm. C. & M. J. Snodgrass, m. John Wm. Kessler, farmer, age 25, b. & res.
Botetourt, son of Lewis & Susan Kessler.
---------------------------------

1910 Botetourt Co VA Census/Miracode

12-53-258:
Jennie W. Snodgrass 54-F-VA
John W. Kissler 34-M-VA son-in-law
Margeret C. Kissler 28-F-VA daughter
Walter C. Kissler 4-M-VA son
Annie O. Kissler 3-F-VA daughter
Estelle P. Kissler 1-F-VA daughter
Samuel A. Coffman 14-M-VA brother
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Probate Index: 
1774 -- Will Book A, page 55: Will of James Alexander.
1782 -- Will Book A, pages 162 & 164: Joseph Snodgrass, will & ??.
1785<3?> -- Will Book A, page 177: Elizabeth Snodgrass, inventory.
1803 -- Will Book B, page 183: Will of James Mason.
1806 -- Will Book B, pages 130, 137, & 240: Robert Snodgrass, will,
inventory, settlement.
1809-1810 -- Will Book B, pages 216, 228, & 267: Joseph Snodgrass, will,
inventory, inventory.
1817 -- Will Book C, page 104: Robert Snodgrass, settlement.
1818 -- Will Book C, page 209: Joseph Snodgrass, settlement.
1823 -- Will Book C, page 406 -- Jane Snodgrass, will.
1826 -- Will Book D, pages 330 & 333: Jane Snodgrass, settlement & 
inventory.
1854 -- Will Book I, page 148: Miranda Snodgrass, will.

To check: Check for additional information about the estates of James
Alexander and James Mason, such as settlements.
---------------------------------

Check for married daughters & their spouses: 
Brown, Cline E. & Rosa, m. 1896
Cameron, John & Lydia, m. 1771
Cooney, Matthew & Mary, m. 1780
Donovan, Cornelius & Martha, m. 1792
Fulton, David & Martha, m. 1791
George, William & Elinor, m. 1779
Kessler, John Wm. & Margaret C., m. 1902
Layman, Nathan E. & Sarah J., m. 1870
Little, William & Margaret, m. 1774
Nidy, Abraham & Susanna, m. 1800
Potts, Nathan & Hannah, m. 1772
Richardson, T. A. & Jean, m. 1900
Rock, John & Elizabeth, m. 1792
Stover, Lewis R. & Harriet, m. 1831

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5575)

CENSUS RECORDS
1830 census transcription -- NS
1850 census transcription -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Brunswick Co. Road Orders, 1732-1746 (Pawlett) NS
Brunswick Co., VA, Court Orders, 1732-1737 (TLC Gen.) NS
Brunswick Co., VA, Court Order Books, 1737-1749: An Every-Name Index
(TLC Gen.) NS
Register of Free Negroes & Also of Dower Slaves, Brunswick Co., VA,
1803-1850 (Wynne) NS

HISTORY
Brunswick Co., VA, 1720-1975 (Neale) NS

LAND RECORDS
Brunswick Co., VA, Deeds, 1740-1744 (TLC Gen.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Brunswick Co., VA, Wills, 1739-1750 (TLC Gen.) NS
Film #30,632 = probate index, 1732-1948 -- NS

VITAL RECORDS
Bath Parish Register (births, deaths, marriages), 1827-1897 of Dinwiddie
Co., VA, & St. Andrews Parish Vestry Book, 1732-1797, of Brunswick 
Co., VA (Hopkins) NS
Brunswick Co. Marriages, 1751-1810 (Hunting for Bears) NS
Brunswick Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1750-1861 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Brunswick Co., VA, Marriages, 1750-1853 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Brunswick Co., VA, 1750-1810
(Knorr) NS
Marriage Records of Brunswick Co., VA, 1730-1852 (Fothergill) NS

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BUCHANAN COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5752)

CENSUS RECORDS
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - yes

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RECORDS
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1880 Census

Grundy Dist., 6-15-15-3, page 15, #79:
Abraham B. Snodgrass 29-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Jane Snodgrass 30-F-KY/KY/KY wife
John W. Snodgrass 12-M-KY/VA/KY son
Margaret Snodgrass 9-F-KY/VA/KY daughter
Louisa Snodgrass 4-F-KY/VA/KY daughter
America Snodgrass 2-F-KY/VA/KY daughter
Henderson Snodgrass 1-M-VA/VA/KY son
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BUCKINGHAM COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5623)

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 - 1870 census transcription -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Buckingham Co., VA, Minute Book of the Board of Supervisors, Oct
1870-July 1887 (Stinson) NS
Buckingham Co., VA, Undetermined Chancery Files Index (Stinson) NS
Early Buckingham Co., VA, Legal Papers, vol. 1, 1765-1806: Accounts &
Legals transcribed from the Austin-Twyman Collection of the Earl 
Gregg Swem Library, William & Mary (Stinson) NS
Virginia's District Courts, 1789-1809: Records of the Prince Edward
District: Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, & Prince 
Edward Counties; wills to 1829, deeds to 1816 (Warren) NS

LAND RECORDS
Buckingham Co., VA, Surveyor's Plat Book, 1762-1858 (Grundset) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Buckingham Co., VA, Natives Who Died Elsewhere, 1853-96 (Ward) NS
Genealogical Records of Buckingham Co., VA (Whitley) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #1,907,129 item 1 = Probate Index, 1869-1938 -- NS

TAX RECORDS
Buckingham Co., VA, Extant Poll Lists, 1788, 1840, 1841, & 1848 
(Stinson) NS
Buckingham Co., VA, Land Tax Summaries & Implied Deeds, vol. 1-3,
1782-1870 (Ward) NS
Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties; Buckingham Co., 1773 &
1774 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Buckingham Co., VA, Church & Marriage Records, 1764-1822 (Warren) NS
Lost Marriages of Buckingham Co., VA, Drawn from a Newly-Recovered
Marriage Register, 1854-1868, & from Federal Manuscript, 
Newspaper, and Printed Sources (Kidd & Stinson) NS

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CAMPBELL COUNTY and the city of LYNCHBURG
SOURCES (975.5672 & 975.5671)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Behind the Old Brick Wall: A Cemetery Story (Baber & Moore) NS
Confederate Burials, Old Town Cemetery, Lynchburg, VA (Watkins) NS

CENSUSES
1850 census - yes

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Historic & Heroic Lynchburg (Halsey) NS
A History of Lynchburg's Pioneer Quakers & Their Meeting House, 
1754-1936 (Browon) NS
A History of the 1st United Methodist Church of Lynchburg, VA, 
1828-1988, with General Index & Descriptions of the Church Archives 
(Siddons) NS
The Index to W. Asbury Christian's Lynchburg & It's People (Dickerson) NS
Lynchburg & Its Neighbors (Yancy) NS

LAND RECORDS
Campbell Co., VA, Deed Book 1, Abstracts (Rhodes) NS
Campbell Co., VA, Deeds, vol. 1-3, 1782-1796 (TLC Gen.) NS
Lynchburg, VA, Courthouse Miniatures for Corporation Court: 
Abstract of Deed Book A & Index (Davis) NS

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Marriages & Deaths from Lynchburg Newspapers, 1794-1836 
(Baber, Blunt, & Collins) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Campbell Co., VA, Wills & Inventories, 1782-1847 (Hopkins) NS
Lynchburg, VA, & Nelson Co., VA, Wills, Deeds, & Marriages, 
1807-1831 (Davis) NS
Lynchburg, VA, Corporation Courthouse Miniatures: Abstract of 
Will Book A with index of Testators & Legaties (Davis) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Campbell Co., VA, 1782-1810 (Baber & Williamson) NS
Campbell Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1781-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Lynchburg Corporation Courthouse Miniatures as to Marriages: 
From Beginning to 1828 (Davis) NS
Lynchburg City, VA, Marriage Bonds, 1805-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) Yes
 
 

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RECORDS

4 Jan 1827 -- The Lynchburg Virginian, page 3: Jacky Leftwich married to
Caroline Snodgrass, d/o Joseph Snodgrass. Groom of Alabama. (date of
newspaper)
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1850 Campbell Co VA Census

Town of Lynchburg, #378/290:
Dinguid? Sampson 55-M-VA
Elizabeth Sampson 58-F-VA

#378/291:
Robert J. Echols 30-M-VA
E. McC. 25- -VA
C. E. Snodgrass 19-M-VA salesman <1860 Henrico Co., VA>
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28 Sep 1852 -- Cyrus Snodgrass married Caroline E. Acree; bondsman Thomas
Acree, father.

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CAROLINE COUNTY 

SOURCES (975.5362) 

<Most pre-1836 records were destroyed when Richmond was burned during the Civil War.>

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemeteries of Caroline Co., VA (Collins)
vol. 1 - Public Cemeteries -- NS
vol. 2 - Private Cemeteries -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Caroline Co. Court Records & Marriages, 1787-1810 (Hopkins) NS
Caroline Co., VA, Guardian Bonds, 1806-1821 (Sparacio) NS
Caroline Co., VA, Order Books, 1732-1770, 21 vol. (Dorman) yes
Order Book Abstracts of Caroline Co., VA, 1765-1785, 11 vol. (Sparacio) yes

HISTORY Hidden Village: Port Royal, VA, 1744-1981 (Fall) NS

LAND RECORDS
Abstracts of Appeals and Land Causes, Caroline Co., VA, 1787-1800, 2 vol. (Sparacio) yes
Caroline Co., VA, Chancery Court Deeds, 1758-1845 (TLC Gen.) NS
Caroline Co., VA, Land Book Alterations, 1782-1792, 2 vol. (Sparacio)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Abstracts of the Account Books of Edward Dixon, Merchant of Port Royal, VA, 
1743-1752, 2 vol. (Sparacio) NS

NEWSPAPERS
Caroline Co., VA, Death Records, 1919-1944, from the Caroline Progress, a Weekly 
Newspaper Published in Bowling Green, VA (Collins) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #30,828 item 1 & 2 = Probate Index, 1762-1830 - NS
Film #30,842 item 5 = Probate Index, 1732-1800 - NS
Film #1,887,744 item 2 = General index to wills, fiduciaries, bonds, appraisals, and other 
probate records, 1815-1983 -NS

TAX RECORDS Caroline Co., VA, Land Tax Lists, 1787-1799 (TLC Gen.) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Caroline Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1787-1852 (Ricks--Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS

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RECORDS 

11 Mar 1736/37 -- Order Book, pg. 412: Action of trespass upon the case.
Henry Kendall agt. Thomas Snudgrass [Thomas Snodgrass]. Judgement is granted the 
plaintiff by nihil dicit unless the defendant plead next Court.

10 Jun 1737 -- Order Book, pg. 425: Action of trespass on the case. 
Henry Kendall agt. Thomas Snudgrass. Dismissed, being agreed.

12 Nov 1737 -- Order Book, pg. 459: James Hutchison, John Farmer, Henry Kendall, John
Stuart, and Thomas Snudgrass [Thomas Snodgrass] made oath that this is the first time of
proving their right for their importation into this Colony, who assign the same to Benja.
Rennolds [Benjamin Reynolds].

8 Aug 1740 -- Order Book, pg. 629: On the motion of William Beverley Gent. it's ordered that
the road be turned from the Bridge by Snudgrass's to the Court house.

14 Jun 1745 -- Order Book, pg. 81: Benja. Harrison is appointed overseer of the road that
William Row is overseer and it's ordered Wm. Row, Thomas Samuel, Mary Powel, Henry
Newton, John Newton, William Banister, Thos. Snudgrass, Thomas Jones, Francis Stead, 
Edward Fronner, Thomas Berry, William Gobourn, Edward Hunt, Henry Lawless, William
Shelton, Catlett Man [Mann], John Long, John Robinson and Saml. Coleman's people assist
Harrison in keeping the road in repair.

14 Jun 1746 -- Order Book, pg. 600: It's ordered Wm. Gober pay Wm. Banister ... Thomas
Berry ... Thomas Snodgrass [each] 125 pounds of tobacco for five days' attendance as an
evidence for him agt. Staton.

12 May 1750 -- Order Book, pg. 222: It's ordered John Chilton pay Thos. Randel 152 pounds
of tobacco for two day's attendance and coming and going once 34 miles ... Thos. Jones 50
pounds of tobacco for two days' attendance .... Thomas Snudgrass 25 pounds of tobacco for one
day's attendance as an evidence for him ads. Berry. It's ordered Thomas Berry pay Abraham
Mitchell 100 pounds of tobacco for four days' attendance ads. Chilton.

10 Mar 1753 -- Order Book, pg. 284: It's ordered Martha King pay Thos. Snodgrass 
350 pounds of tobacco for fourteen days' attendance as an evidence for her ads. Mullen.

14 Aug 1755 -- Order Book, pg. 91: The last will and testament of Edward Leavel was 
presented in Court by Eliza. Leavel, executrix, and Thomas Berry and Corns. Vaughn, 
executors therein named, and proved by David Snodgrass, Richard Broaddus and Bridget
Broaddus, witnesses thereto.

13 Nov 1755 -- Order Book, pg. 118: It's ordered Reuben Shaught deliver a bastard child to
Thos. Snodgrass.

14 Jul 1757 -- Order Book, pg. 293: Action of debt. John Gray & Company agt. Joseph Allen. 
The deft. not appearing, an attachment is awarded against the defendant's estate for L9.14.6. 
The Sheriff made return he served the attachment in the hands of Thomas Snodgrass who
declared he has 303 pounds of tobacco. It's ordered the Sheriff cause the tobacco to be sold and
satisfy the judgment if there be money enough. This judgment is to be discharged on the
defendant's paying L4.17.3 current money with interest from 1 Nov. 1755.

11 Nov 1757 -- Order Book, pg. 316: It's ordered John Powell pay Richd. Troutt 400 pounds of
tobacco for sixteen days' attendance ... Thomas Snodgrass 200 pounds of tobacco for eight days'
attendance as an evidence for him against Miller.

15 Feb 1765 -- Order Book, pg. 368: John Gray & Co. agt. Thomas Snudgrass. In case. This
day came the plaintiff and the defendant being returned not found, an alias capias is granted.

15 Jun 1765 -- Order Book, 1765-1767, pg. 54: John Gray and Company Plaintiff against
Thomas Snodgrass Defendant. In Case. This day came the parties by his [sic] attorney and an
Attachmt. is granted him against the Defendants Estate.
Gilchrist & Gray & Co. against Thomas Snodgrass Defendt. By Petition. This day came the
Plts. by their attorney and the Defendt. tho solemnly called came not therefore it is considered by
the Court that the Plts. recover of the Defendt. One pound Nine shillings and three pence Current
money and their costs in this suit expended.

12 Sep 1765 -- Order Book, 1765-1767, pg. 145: James Snodgrass Plaintiff against John Pitman
Defendant. In Debt. This day came the parties and It is considered by the Court that the Plt.
recover of the Defendant the tobacco cost.

13 Sep 1765 -- Order Book, 1765-1767, pg. 145: John Gray and Company Plt. agst Thomas
Snodgrass Defendt. In Case. This day came the Plts. by their Attorney and the Defendt. altho
solemnly called came not and the Sherif having returned on the attachment served on one old
hoe, and the Plts. having proved their account therefore it is considered by the Court that the 
Plts. recover of the Defendant fourteen pounds Nine shillings and Three pence half penny current
money and their costs in this suit expended and the sd Defendt. in Mercey &c., and ordered that
the sherif sell at Publick Auction the hoe by him attacht and pay the Plts. what the sale may
amount to and return his proceedings therein.

11 Oct 1765 -- Order Book, 1765-1767, pg. 237: Ellis Snodgrass Plaintiff against Edward
Powers and Wife Defents. In Case. This day came the parties by their attornies and an
Imparlance is granted the Defendants.

10 Apr 1767 -- Order Book, 1765-1767, pg. ?? [also on pg. 482]: William Snodgrass against
Richard Stevens on Petition. The Defendant being duly summoned & failing to appear tho:
solemnly called, it is considered by the Court that the Petitioner recover against the said
Defendant three pounds seven shillings & one penny the debt in the said Petition specified & also
his costs in this behalf expended. 

10 Jul 1767 -- Order Book, pg. 9: Ellis Snodgrass agt. Edward Powers and Dilla his wife. 
In case. This day came the parties by their attorneys and came a jury, Thomas Jones, foreman,
who do say that the plaintif hath sustained damages to L5. It is considered by the Court that 
the plaintif recover his damages and his costs.

15 Sep 1769 -- Order Book, pg. 432: William Snodgrass agt. George Coleman. In
case.

14 Feb 1771 -- Order Book, 1770-1771, pg. ??: John Gray & Compy. Plts. against
Thomas
Snodgrass Defendt. In Case. This day came the Plaintiffs by his Attorney and the
Defendant by
note from under his hand agreed that Judgment should be entered against him for
Ten
pounds
Four shillings and Ten pence half penny current money; Therefore it is considered by
the
Court
that the Plantiffs recover against the said Defendant the aforesaid sum of Ten pounds
four
shillings & ten pence half penny and also his costs by them in this behalf expended
and the
said
Defendant in mercy &c.

12 Apr 1771 -- Order Book, 1770-1771, pg. ??: James Snodgrass against Benjamin
Hubbard 
On Petition Dismissed.

9 May 1771 -- Order Book, 1770-1771, pg. ??: John Levell against Thoms.
Snodgrass 
On
Petition The Defendant being duly summoned and failing to appear tho: solemnly
called
[this
entry the last line on this page and three lines on top of next page very faded.]

?????? -- Order Book, 1772-1776, pg. 71: William Snodgrass, Plantiff, against
Thomas
Pickett
& Phillip May, Defendants In Debt Came the Plantiff by his Attorney &
Defendants
being
duly arrested failed to appear tho solemnly called, It is therefore considered by the
Court
that
Plantiff recover against Defendants and Robert Taliaferro, Sheriff, one hundred
pounds
curr.
money, the Debt in the Declaration mentioned; together with his costs in this behalf
expended, &
said Defendants in mercy, &c., But this Judgment, except costs, is to be discharged
by 
payment
of thirty two pounds, eighteen shillings & five pence with legal Interest on Thirty one
pounds &
one penny, part thereof, from the 20th day of Octobeer 1772 til paid.

15 Aug 1772 -- Order Book, 1772-1776, pg. 100: John Levell against Thomas
Snodgrass 
On
Petition Came the parties by their Attorneys and on hearing the evidence &
arguments of
each
part, it is considered by the Court that the Petition be dismissed and that the Defendt.
recover
against the Petitioner his costs by him about his defence in this behalf expended
- William Pemberton against Thomas Snodgrass On Petition Came the parties
by their
Attorneys and on hearing the evidence and arguments of each party, It is considered
by the
Court
that the Petition be dismissed and that the Defendant recover against the said
Petitioner his
costs
by him about his defence in this behalf expended
- Ordered that Thos: Snodgrass pay William Whitefield one thousand and thirty
pounds
of
tobaco for attending this Court ten days and for coming and returning sixty five miles
as an
evidence for him at the Petition of Jno. Levell
- Ordered Thomas Snodgrass pay Elliss Snodgrass three hundred & seventy five
pounds
of
tobacco for attending this Court 15 days as an evidence for him at the Petition of
Jno:
Leavell
- Ordered Thomas Snodgrass pay Daniel Scandland three hundred and seventy
five
pounds of
tobacco for attending this Court fifteen days as an evidence for him at the Petition of
Jno.
Levell

14 May 1773 -- Order Book, 1772-1776, pg. 220: George Brooke, Gent., against
Daniel
Scandland and James Goodrich & Thomas Nutgrass [Thomas Snodgrass]. On
Petition 

Came the Petitioner by his Attorney & the Defendants, James Goodrich & Thomas
Snodgrass
being duly summoned failing to appear tho solemnly called. It is considered by the
Court
that the
Petitioner recover against the sd. Defts. one pound, fifteen shillings with legal
Interest from
the
first day of March 1772 till paid, also his costs in this behalf expended.

????? -- Order Book, 1772-1776, pg. 23: William Snodgrass Plt. against Hannah
Herndon,
Exrs.
of James Herndon deceased Deft In Debt Dismissed agreed.

12 Mar 1778 -- Order Book, 1777-1780, pg. 57: On motion of Thomas Snodgrass
for
leave to
turn the Road by (torn) Muse, Philip Johnston, John Long and Ellis Gravatt or any
three of
them
being first sworn according to Law, are appointed to view the said Road and Way
the said
Snodgrass intends to turn the same and report the conveniences and inconveniences
attending the
same. (The remainder of this page is faded out.)

10 Feb 1789 -- Order Book, 1777-1780, pg. 212: Hannah Snodgrass, Plaintiff 
against
Edmund
Saunders, Defendant In Case On motion of the Plaintiff by her Attorney, a
Commission
is
awarded her to take the Depositions of William Allen and Mary Allen, de bene esse,
giving
legal
notice of the time and place appointed for taking the same.

Aug 1780 -- Order Book, 1777-1780, pg. 236: (The next entry on this page is a
suit, the name Snodgrass as Plaintiff is readable, and the report returned by
Commissioners and ordered Plaintiff recover from Defendant.)

????? -- Order Book, 1777-1780, pg. 3 ?: Hannah Snodgrass, Plaintiff against
Edmund
Saunders,
Defendant In Case By consent of parties, all matters in difference between them
relating
to this
suit are referred to the final determination of Jno. Hoomes & Philip Johnston, & if
they
disagree
to choose a third person whose award is to be returned & make the Judgement of
this
Court.

11 Jun 17?? -- Appeals & Land Causes: And at another day, to wit, at a Court held
for the
said
County the 11 Jun in the year aforesaid til which day the suit remained uncalled,
came as
well
John McCall and Company as the said John Broaddus, by their Attorneys and the
Defendant
relinquishing his Plea acknowledged the action of the Plaintiffs. Therefore it is
considered
by the
Court that the Plaintiffs recover against the said Defendant two thousand and sixty
seven
pounds,
seven shillings and nine pence, the Debt in the Declaration mentioned, and also their
costs
in this
behalf expended; And the Defendant in mercy, &c., But this Judgement, except the
costs, is
to be
discharged by the payment of one thousand and thirty three pounds, thirteen shillings
and
eleven
pence half penny with legal interest thereon from the 20 Jun 1770 til paid. 
And on the motion of the Defendant and on his Bill filed and sworn to in Court,
an
Injunction
in Chancery is awarded him to stay Execution of this Judgement until the further
order of
the
Court, in which Bill the said John Broaddus set forth that some time in the year
1761, the
said
Complainant and his Brother, Robert Broaddus, formed a restitution to engage in the
Trade
of Merchandize and to retail goods in Partnership, and as the Complainant and his
said
Partner
had no correspondent in Britain in whose integrity they could confide to purchase
goods
for them
on the best terms, they therefore determined to purchase their goods of some
Merchants or
Factors resideing here and to allow them a certain advance on the prime costs and
by 
these
means the said Complainant and his Brother hoped to transact business with some
certainty 
and
to their own emolument, provided they would be so fortunate as to purchase their
goods of
Merchants of Character, Candor & Integrity on whom they could implicitly rely as
they
were in
great measure unacquainted with the genuine prices of British Goods at that time.
WILLIAM SNODGRASS (one of the Defendants above named) retailed goods
at (?) Tackits Warehouse in the County of King and Queen, as Factor for John
McCall and Company, of the City of Glasgow, Merchants and as the character
of the said SNODGRASS was unexceptionable and as he was furnished with great
quantities and a great variety of goods, and as the situation of the Store was
convenient, the said Complainant and his Partner thought it expedient to
purchase their goods from the Store, But as Archibald McCall (another
Defendant named in the Complainants said Bill) who then kept a Store at
Piscataway in the County of Essex for the said McCall and Company of
Glasgow was reputed their principal Factor, the said Complainant made his first
application to the Said Archibald. The said Complainant informed him of his
and his Brothers intentions aforesaid and told him that in their neighbor a
considerable quantity of goods might be disposed of to good Customers
provided they could be purchased at reasonable rate. After some Conversation
between the said Archibald and the said Complainant concerning the quantity of
good
which the Complainant proposed to take up from time to time and concerning the
regular payments which the Complainant expected to make for them, it was
finally agreed between the said Archibald and the Complainant that the
Complainant might take up what good he wanted either at the said Store at
Piscataway or at the Todds to be discharged at 5 per centum on the first
costs, or Sterling prices, either in Cash or Tobacco, at the general markett
price with a full promise and assurance from the said Archibald that the
Complainant should not be imposed on but be dealt with fairly and honestly.
The Complainant afterwards applied to the said SNODGRASS and informed
him of every thing that had passed and had been agreed upon between the
Complainant and the said Archibald. The said WILLIAM not only acquiesced
but expressly and explicitly promised to adhere punctually to those terms in
all his dealings with the Complainant. The Complainant accordingly took up
some goods at Piscataway but the greatest part was taken up at the said
SNODGRASSES Store at Todds. 
In a short time, the said Archibald quitted the service of the said
McCall and Company and was succeeded by the said WILLIAM SNODGRASS, 
the charge of the said Store at Todds being committed to one Robinson
Dangerfield,
(another Defendant named in the Complainants said Bill), The Complainant
further charged that he continued to deal at the said Stores in Partnership
with his Brother til sometime in the year 1762, when his said Brother gave
over or declined his Partnership, whom the Complt. then bill with and
discharged. The Complainant still continued to deal on his own account at the
said Stores, but chiefly at Todds for and during the series of 9 years from
the beginning and all that time he implicitly on and confided in the untainted
honour of the said Gentlemen and Factors, no ways diffident of a possibility
of their being deceived themselves or if their deceiving him some time 
in the year 1770, the said McCall and Company declined their Trade and
the Customers were generally called to settle their Accounts or pay of their
ballances. the Complainant had already paid to SNODGRASS his full demand
for the goods taken up by him at Piscataway without having even superficially
much less minutely perused the Accounts in which the said demand was founded.
The said Dangerfield likewise took an opportunity to apply to the
Complainant for his Bond for a ballance which he sued was still due from the
Complainant to the said McCall & Company for dealings at the said Store at
Todds. The Complainant never had received copies of his accounts either from
the Said Snodgrass or from the said Dangerfield (except such memorandums or
notes of particulars as were given at the time of takeing up the goods, the
greatest part of which were either lost or mislaid, so that but five of them
are to be found. the Complainant had therefore no opportunity either of
examineing the said Accounts or of discovering the justice of the Credit
allowed to the Complainant, neither had the Complainant an opportunity of
pointing out and deducting any accidental mistakes or errors in the same, nor
had the Complainant any opportunity by importing goods himself or by any
other deallings either before or in the time of his dealings in the said Store or
finding out or discovering whether the prices of the goods which the
Complainant purchased at the said Stores were genuine or not.
The Complainant doth admit that subsequent to the agreement aforesaid,
the said SNODGRASS and Dangerfield informed him that they must vary in the
advance of the goods according to the rise & fall of the exchange, but the
Complainant from circumstances had no reason to entertain any doubt or
suspicion of the goods being advanced before they came into the hands of
the said Factors he observed the said Sterling Notes over the notes of
particular at the time he purchased the goods, and also when the Complainant 
applied for some board boxes & wrappers, he was told they were not included in
the
charge against the Complainant or that no such things were charged on the goods,
and also when the Complainant sometimes complained of the high prices of the
goods, the said Factors answered that they actually cost so much, but above
all the Complainant depended on the agreement aforesaid, and on the integrity
and veracity of all the said Gentlemen.
The Complainant indeed did shew some reluctance towards giveing a Bond,
haveing never minutely examined his Accompt as aforesaid, til the said
Dangerfield faithfully promised that every over charge, short credit error and
omission in the Complainants Accompt should be rectified, notwithstanding a
Bond was taken. The Complainant therefore executed one accordingly payable
to McCall and Elliott whose proper names (the complt. was informed were John
McCall and Alexander Elliott) 
some time after the Complt. had executed the said Bond, he being anxious
and disturbed at the largeness of the sum for which he had given it made it
his business to apply to some Gentlemen acquainted with the first costs of
goods & likewise acquainted with the prices of the goods sold at the said
Store at Todds. He was credibly informed that the goods sold at the said
Store were advance either in Brittain or in this Country at least 25 per cent
on the first costs and the Complt. was likewise told that the said Dangerfield
acknowledged that the said goods were advanced and also Robeert McCandlish
(another Defendant named in the said Bill), and since confessed to the
Complt. that he did not deny that the say goods were advanced, that his reason for
not telling the Complt. of it before was because the Complt. never asked him.
The Complt. is now convinced from these informations and from other
reasons, that the goods which the Complt. purchased from the Store were
advanced at lest 25 per cent on the first cost before the advance agreed on
was superadded, and the Complainant believed and was satisfied that he
could have by undeniable witnesses that the said Factors did bargain and sell
goods at the said Stores to the Complainant as an original genuine and undiluted
service and agreed to produce ... (this page relative to the Complainants suit is
very faded and only parts can be made out until near the bottom of the page) ...
and the Complainant suspected there were other errors and omissions in the said
Account.
The Complainant believed that the said Dangerfield if he had continued in
the service of the said McCall & Company would have readily rectified the
errors and omissions and compromised the other differences at least he would
have submitted all these matters to the arbitration of competent Judges, but
he was supplanted by the said Robert McCandlish when the said McCandlish got
possession of the Books kept at the said Store, and of the Complainants Bond.
The Complainant applied to him and informed him of the original agreement
& of every thing that appeared subsequent thereto as before recited. He
reminded him on what condition the said Bond was given and demanded a copy
of his whole Account. the said McCandlish decllined giveing to the
Complainant the said Copy but favoured the Complt. with a Certificate of the 
amount of the goods purchased by the Complt. at the said Store at Todds, which 
by the said Certificate amounted to L2731..3..3 3/4 and a Certificate of the Credits
and payments made by the Complainant to the said Store amounting to
L2462..7..0
1/2 as entered in the said Books.
The Complainant requested the said McCandlish to submit all matters of
arbitration as aforesaid and offered to pay whatever sum should be awarded
(if any) and that immediately after the said Account could be adjusted but the
said McCandlish utterly refused to comply with this equitable request. He
had caused suit to be commenced against the Complainant on the said Bond, A
Judgment had been entered as the Complainant could not without (probititily ?)
defend himself at Law, but was properly intitled to relief in Equity.
To the end therefore that the said John McCall and Alexander Elliott,
said Archibald McCall, the said WILLIAM SNODGRASS and the said Robert
McCandlish and the said Robinson Dangerfield might on their corporal Oaths
true and perfect answers make to all and singular the premises as fully and
with as much precision as if the same were here again repeated and
interrogated, and mor particularly that the said John McCall and Alexander
Elliott might likewise on their corporal Oaths declare whether they regularly
sent genuine invoices of the prime costs of their goods sent to the said Store
at Todds during the said series of years or by any other person or persons
whatsoever to their knowledge and belief, and in what propotion annually.
The Complt. was by no means ( ) to pry into the secrets of their Trade
but as he purchased by way of whole sale he expected to deal on better terms
than the generosity of Customers, especially considering the agreements and
proposals aforesaid, and that the said Archibald McCall might in like manner
declare whether the goods in the said Store were advanced on the first cost
either by himself or by other person or persons whomsoever to his knowledge
or belief and to what amount beefore the advance agreed on was seperated
and that the said WILLIAM SNODGRASS might in like manner declare whether
the
goods purchased by the Complainant at the said Store were advanced on the first
cost either by himself or by any other person or persons whomsoever to his
knowledge or belief and to what amount before the advance agreed on was
superadded & whether he did not tell the Complainant at the time when the
said Dangerfield first took place at Todds, that the Complts. deallings should
be the same with the said Dangerfield and upon as good terms in every respect
as with himself as he himself was not going out of the business, whether he did
not agree to deal cheaper with the Complt. and on better terms than with
the generality of customers on account of the Complts. being in Trade and
consequently would take more goods, whether the Complt. was not to be
allowed the same price for Tobo. as was given by the Port Royal Merchants,
whether
he did not remember that sometime after the ....
<Note: I have several more pages of this to type in.>

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CARROLL COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5714)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Records of Carroll Co., VA (Carroll Co. Hist. Soc.) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription -- NS

LAND RECORDS
Film #31,077 = Deed Index, grantor, 1842-1927 - NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #31,075 = Index to Probate Records, 1842-1953 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Death Records of Carroll Co., VA, 1912-1917 (Phillips) NS
Film #31,087 = Index to births, deaths, & marriages, 1854-1913
<checked marriages only - NS>

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CHARLES CITY COUNTY
SOURCES (975.544)

COURT RECORDS
Charles City Co., VA, Court Orders, 1687-1694 (Weisiger) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #30,983 = Index to probate records, 1789-1954 - NS

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CHARLOTTE COUNTY
SOURCES (975.565)

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

HISTORY
Charlotte Co: Rich Indeed: A History from Prehistoric Times Through
the Civil War (Ailsworth, Keller, Nichols, Walker--1979) NS
The Old Trunk, or Sketches of Colonial Days (Bouldin--1896) NS

LAND RECORDS
Charlotte Co., VA, Deeds, 1771-1777 (TLC Gen.) NS
Virginia's District Courts, 1789-1809: Records of the Prince Edward
District: Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, & Prince Edward
Counties; wills to 1829, deeds to 1816 (Warren) NS

NEWSPAPERS
Hunting for Ancestors: A Genealogical Column in the Charlotte
Gazette, Drakes Branch, VA (Steltzner)
1973 & 1975 - NS
1976 - NS
1977 - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Charlotte Co., VA, Will Book 1 & 2, 1765-1805 (Wise) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Charlotte Co. Marriages, 1765-1915 (Hunting for Bears) NS
Charlotte Co., VA, 1816-1850, Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns: 
with additions to marriages 1764-1815 (Nance) NS
Charlotte Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1765-1863 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Charlotte Co., VA, 1764-1815
(Knorr) NS

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RECORDS

1977 -- Charlotte Gazette, genealogy column: 
L. E. Snodgrass, 1132 Monroe St., S.E., Albuquerque, NM 87108 <This was the
founder of the Snodgrass Clan Society and the first editor of THE MACE. He
died about a year after he founded the Clan, but it is still going strong.>
Need names of parents of James Snodgrass, native of Lancaster Co., PA,
born 27 Nov 1764. A biography in the book "Presbytery of Washington,"
Rodgers, 1889, claims he spent his early life in what is now Allegheny Co.,
PA. He was one of the first students of Canonsburg Academy and read
theology under Dr. McMillan, was licensed by the Presbytery of Ohio 17 Apr
1799. 

On 26 Nov 1800 he was ordained and installed pastor to churches of Stubenville
and Island Creek, OH. He married 1 Jul 1802 to Ann Wite White of Washington
Co., PA. He died in Stark Co., OH, 10 Mar 1843. A Presbyterian minister for 44
years. 
Was he the son of James Snodgrass Sr., who died in Plumb Twp., Allegheny
Co., PA, in 1815/1816? His will, filed 13 Mar 1816, names sons Alexander,
James Jr., Willliam, Thomas, John, and Samuel.

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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY and the city of COLONIAL HEIGHTS
SOURCES (975.5594 & 975.5595)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Chesterfield Co., VA, Court Orders, 1749-1752 (TLC Gen.) NS

HISTORY
The History of the Salem Baptist Church, Chesterfield, VA unindexed, didn't
do.

LAND RECORDS
Chesterfield Co., VA, Deeds, 1749-1756 (Knorr) NS
Chesterfield Co., VA, Deeds, 1749-1764, 2 vol. (Weisiger) NS
Chesterfield Co., VA, Deed Book 5, 1764-1768 (Weisiger) NS
Film #30,884 = Deed Index, Grantor, 1749-1913 - NS
Film #30,886 = Deed Index, Grantee, 1749-1913 - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Chesterfield Co., VA, Wills, vol. 1 & 2, 1749-1802 (Weisiger) NS
Film #30,870 = Index to Probate Records, 1749-1947 -- NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Chesterfield Co., VA, 1771-1815
(Knorr) NS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Chesterfield Co., VA, 1816-1853
(Weisiger) NS

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RECORDS

15 Sep 1768 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 131: This Indenture made the fifteenth day
of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty
eight Between Archibald Buchanan of the County of Chesterfield Merchant of the
one part and John Snodgrass of the County of Chesterfield Merchant of the other
part Witnesseth that for...the sum of sixty seven Pounds current money of
Virginia by the said John Snodgrass to the said Archibald Buchanan...hath...sold...
unto the said John Snodgrass...three negroe slaves, to wit, Lydday a wench and 
David and George her children with all the future Increase of the said negro
wench...
to hold...in trust...for the only use and behoof of Elizabeth Todd wife of 
Richard Todd of the County of King and Queen and her heirs forever...
(signed) Arch C. Buchanan
Jno. Snodgrass
Witnesses: Geo Crawford, Neill Buchanan Junr., Neill Buchanan Senr., Robt.
Gordon, John Fuller, Richard Todd Junr.

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CLARKE COUNTY
SOURCES (975.598)

HISTORY
Annals of Clarke Co., VA 
vol. 1 -- Old Homes, Families, Etc., of the Southern (south of U.S.
Route 50) Section (Brown) -- NS
vol. 2 -- Biographical and Genealogical Record of Persons Buried
at Old Chapel (Brown, Myers, & Chappel) NS
History of Clarke Co., VA, & Its Connection with the War Between the
States (Gold--1962?) NS
History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley Counties of Frederick, Berkeley,
Jefferson, and Clark (Norris--1890) yes (see Frederick Co., VA, & Berkeley
Co., WV)
Some Old Families of Clarke Co., VA (Myers, Brown, & Chappel) NS

NEWSPAPERS
Connections and Partings: Abstracts of Marriage, Divorce, Death, and
Legal Notices from Clarke Co., VA, Newspapers, 1857-1884 (Morris) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #1,954,836 = Index, 1836-1904 - NS
Film #1,954,837 = Index, 1839-1983 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Clarke Co. Marriage Records, 1836-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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CRAIG COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5795)

CENSUSES
1860 census - yes
1870 census transcription - yes
1880 census transcription - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

HISTORY
In and Around Craig County -- unindexed, didn't do
Our Proud Heritage, Apr 1986 (Craig Co. Hist. Soc.) yes

LAND RECORDS
Deed Index, grantor (in courthouse) yes
Deed Book B, C, D, J, K, L, N (in courthouse) yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Virginia Regimental Series, vol. 15: 28th Virginia Infantry
Volunteers - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #1,954,882 item 1 = Probate index, 1848-1894 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Birth records (in courthouse) yes
Craig Co., VA, Marriages, 1851-1881 (Hole) yes
Marriage records (in courthouse) yes
Marriage records not recorded in Marriage Register, as found
in a box in the Craig Co. Courthouse & pub. in Virginia 
Applachian Notes, May 1982
(Southwest VA Gen. Soc.) yes

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RECORDS

24 Oct 1855 -- Lucinda Snodgrass, age 20, b. Giles Co. (now Craig Co.)
d/o Caleb & Mary Snodgrass, married John A. Reynolds, age 22, 
b. Giles Co. (now Craig Co.), s/o James & Catherine Reynolds; at 
Elizabeth Reynolds house, Sinking Creek, by Philip B. Williams.

27 Feb 1856 -- William N. Snodgrass, age 34, physician, 
b. Botetourt Co., res. Amsterdam, VA, s/o Tilghman & Polly W. 
Snodgrass, married Kate M. Kelley, age 19, res. Newcastle, 
d/o Nathaniel B. & Medora Kelley; by James M. Rice.
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1860 Craig Co VA Census

Valley of Johns Creek, pg. 729, #461:
Buchanan Bell 66-M-VA hatter, $1800/300
Sallie Snodgrass 67-F-VA
Sarah Bell 12-F-VA
Araminta Bell 7-F-VA
Quintin Bell 23-M-VA day laborer, 0/$150

pg. 729, #464:
Calib Snodgrass 47-M-VA farm laborer [Caleb]
Mary E. Snodgrass 25-F-VA
John W. Huffman 9-M-VA
W. Snodgrass 2-M-VA
Martin L. Snodgrass 8/12-M-VA
Martha J. Snodgrass 11-F-VA [d/o Caleb's m1.]
Sarah E. Snodgrass 9-F-VA [d/o Caleb's' m1.]
<1850 Giles Co., VA>

Village of New Castle
pg. 733, #287/254:
Samuel Steel 35-M-VA hotel keeper, 0/$2000
***
Tilman Snodgrass 23-M-VA gentleman, $100/3500
<1850 Botetourt Co., VA>

Valley of Sinking Creek 
pg. 752, #46/37:
John A. Reynolds 25-M-VA $500/250
Lucinda Reynolds 22-F-VA
Oscar J. Reynolds 3-M-VA
George A. Reynolds 1-M-VA
Margaret Snodgrass 8-F-VA
Cynthia Snodgrass 20-F-VA domestic
<1850 Giles Co., VA>

pg. 757, #78/65:
Wm. Johnston 46-M-VA farmer, $6000/1500
***
Ann Snodgrass 13-F-VA
<1850 Giles Co., VA>

pg. 772, #183/160:
Jacob Albert 35-M-VA farmer, $4000/1200
***
Samantha Snodgrass 17-F-VA domestic
<1850 Giles Co., VA>
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15 May 1861 -- 28 Virginia Infantry Volunteers, Co. B: 
Tilghman E. Snodgrass, enlisted 15 May 1861, Craig; mechanic, 
age 25; 2nd Lieutenant; absent, sick Jan 1862-Apr 1862; absent, 
sick Sep 1863-Dec 1863; POW, paroled 20 Apr 1865.

29 Jul 1861 -- 46th Virginia Infantry, Co. K2: Caleb A. Snodgrass,
pvt./sgt.; enlisted 29 Jul 1861 at New Castle for 1 year; miller;
present Dec 1861; detached service, missed Roanoke; detached to 
arrest absentees Dec 1862; present Jun 1864, Oct 1864-Feb 1865.

1 Jun 1862 -- 28th Virginia Infantry Volunteers, Co. B: 
George H. Snodgrass, pvt; KIA 1 Jun 1862 at Seven Pines.

15 May 1864 -- Henry J. Snodgrass, born Johns Creek, s/o Caleb & 
Mary Elizabeth Snodgrass. 
[vss- m. 15 Sep 1883 Roane Co. WV Maria J. Wright / White?
And Henry & Maria are 1900 Calhoun Co WV]

30 May 1865 -- Mary A. Snodgrass, age 19, b. & res. Craig Co., 
d/o Robert & Elizabeth Snodgrass, married Wm. A. Hively, farmer,
age 20, b. & res. Craig Co., s/o Eliza Hively.

1866 -- Deed Book B, pg. 15: Tilghman E. Snodgrass to Wm. M. Goode,
both of Craig Co., VA. Sells land inherited jointly with his brother
Z. N. [Zadok Nutter] Snodgrass at the death of their mother 
Mary N. Spessard.

22 Mar 1867 -- James H. Snodgrass, born Johns Creek, s/o Caleb & Mary
Elizabeth Snodgrass.

19 Dec 1867 -- Cemantha Snodgrass, age 16y 25d, b. Craig Co., 
res. Sinking Creek, d/o Caleb & Polly; married Robert H. Caldwell,
age 22y 2m, farmer, b. & res. Craig Co., s/o Archibald & Nancy; 
license issued 16 Dec 1867; at residence of Jane Caldwell 
by Wm. Huffman.

6 Jan 1869 -- Preston C. Snodgrass, born Johns Creek, s/o Caleb & Mary
Elizabeth Snodgrass

17 Apr 1870 -- Lucy M. Snodgrass, born Summersville, 
d/o Synthia Snodgrass
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1870 Craig Co VA Census:

New Castle Twp., page 538, #204/198:
Cary A. Switzer 50-M-VA farmer, $1000/300
Jane Switzer 50-F-VA
***
T. E. Snodgrass 31-M-VA carpenter

Simmonsville Twp., page 541, #398/381:
Caleb Snodgrass 56-M-VA farmer, $500/175
Mary E. Snodgrass 34-F-VA house keeper
George W. Snodgrass 12-M-VA farm laborer
Martin L. Snodgrass 10-M-VA farm laborer
Harvy J. Snodgrass 7-M-VA
James H. Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Preston C. Snodgrass 1-M-VA

page 548, #502/480:
George W. Troutt 36-M-VA farmer, $3120/1300
Mary E. Troutt 31-F-VA
***
Martha Snodgrass 21-F-VA domestic

page 548, #505/483:
Ralph C. Reynolds 30-M-VA farmer, $4000/1658
Barbara E. Reynolds 28-F-VA
***
Sarah Snodgrass 18-F-VA domestic
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25 Oct 1872 -- Elizabeth F. Snodgrass, born Johns Creek, 
d/o Caleb & Mary E. Snodgrass.

30 Jan 1873 -- Sarah Snodgrass, age 21, b. & res. Craig Co., 
d/o Caleb Snodgrass, married Andrew J. Elmore, farmer, age 22, 
b. & res. Craig Co., s/o William Elmore; by Wm. Huffman at residence
of Floyd Reynolds; license 24 Jan 1873.

4 Dec 1877 -- George W. Snodgrass, farmer, age 19, b. & res. 
Craig Co., son of Caleb & Mary E. Snodgrass, married Amanda P. 
Caldwell, age 30, b. & res. in Craig Co., d/o John M. & Mariah 
Caldwell; by Wm. Huffman at res. of John M. Caldwell.

11 Sep 1878 -- male Snodgrass born, s/o Geo. W. & Amanda Snodgrass.
-----------------------------

1880 Craig Co VA Census:

Alleghany Dist., #31/33:
John D. Lugar 32-M-VA/VA/VA house carpenter
Nannie Lugar 26-F-VA/VA/VA wife, keeping house
Jane Snodgrass 30-F-VA/VA/VA domestic servant

New Castle Dist., #16/17:
Albert Brisendine 32-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
***
Tilghman Snodgrass 44-M-VA/VA/VA day laborer

#180/195:
George W. Snodgrass 22-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Amanda J. Snodgrass 35-F-VA/VA/VA wife, kpg. hse.
(#180/196)
Mariah Caldwell 62-F-VA/VA/VA mother-in-law
Byron C. Caldwell 33-M-VA/VA/VA bro-in-law, farmer
Mary A. Ruble 22-F-VA/VA/VA house work
Oscar B. Elmore 23-M-VA/VA/VA day laborer

#121/121:
Samuel H. Taylor 37-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
***
Cintha Snodgrass 40-F-VA/VA/VA keeping house

Simonsville Dist., 9-24-19-7, #156/156:
Martin Snodgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
May E. Snodgrass 45-F-VA/VA/VA mother, kpg. hse.
Henry J. Snodgrass 16-M-VA/VA/VA bro., works on farm
James H. Snodgrass 13-M-VA/VA/VA bro., works on farm
Preston C. Snodgrass 11-M-VA/VA/VA bro., works on farm
Paris M. Snodgrass 9-M-VA/VA/VA brother
Elizabeth F. Snodgrass 6-F-VA/VA/VA sister
Rachael Huffman 75-F-VA/VA/VA grandmother
Sarah Dudden 30-F-VA/VA/VA domestic servant
Salona P. Dudden 1-F-VA/VA/VA
<1900 Roane Co., WV>
---------------------------------

14 Jun 1880 -- male Snodgrass born, s/o Geo. W. & Amanda Snodgrass.

1881 -- Deed Book C, pg. 469: Dexter J. Caldwell & Elizabeth M.
Caldwell his wife & George W. Snodgrass & Amanda J. Snodgrass his
wife who was Amanda J. Caldwell to Bryon C. Caldwell 
(also a s/o John M. Caldwell)... sell land they inherited from 
their father, John M. Caldwell ...

1881 -- Deed Book C, pg. 472: (same as pg. 469, only the other 
heirs are selling to Dexter J. Caldwell)

13 Jan 1881 -- Martin L. Snodgrass, farmer, age 21, b. & res. 
Craig Co., son of Caleb & Mary E. Snodgrass, married Sarah F. Smith,
age 19, b. & res. Craig Co., d/o Harvey & Harriet E. Smith 
(now Read); by Wm. Huffman; at the residence of H. F. Read; 
license 10 Jan 1881.

19 Jun 1881 -- Clara L. Snodgrass born, d/o Geo. & Amanda Snodgrass.

26 Mar 1884 -- R. S. Snodgrass born Johns Creek, s/o M. L. & 
S. Snodgrass.

1885 -- Deed Book D, pg. 361: Caleb A. Snodgrass & 
Matilda J. Snodgrass his wife of Roane Co., WV to ---.

15 Jan 1886 -- M. C. Snodgrass born Johns Creek, s/o M. L. & 
S. Snodgrass.

5 Apr 1886 -- W. C. Snodgrass born, s/o G. W. & Amanda Snodgrass.

1890 -- Deed Book J, pg. 216: M. L. Snodgrass & Sarah F. Snodgrass
his wife of Roane Co., WV, to ...

18 Jan 1890 -- Martha J. Snodgrass, age 35, b. & res. Craig Co., 
d/o Caleb & Mary E. Snodgrass, married Robert H. Caldwell, age 45,
farmer, b. & res. Craig Co., s/o Archibald & Nancy Caldwell; 
by Reubin Furrow (p. 29, line 2)
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1900 Craig Co VA Census:

Newcastle Dist., 13-11-8-51, #133/133:
George W. Snodgrass 42-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1858, m. 22 years, farmer, o.f.f.
Amanda Snodgrass 44-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1855, wife <we need # of children>
Clarra Snodgrass 18-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1881, daughter
Walter Snodgrass 14-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1886, son, farm laborer
Marion Collwell 88-F-VA/VA/VA May 1812, mother-in-law, widow, 1 ch 1 liv
Biron Collwell 55-M-VA/VA/VA May 1845, bro.-in-law, single, farm laborer
[Caldwell]
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1903 -- Deed Book K, pg. 467: George W. Snodgrass of Craig Co.--

1903?-- Deed Book L, pg. 284: George W. Snodgrass as commissioner--

1903?-- Deed Book L, pg. 383: George W. Snodgrass as executor 
of will of C. C. Ferrel--

1903?-- Deed Book N, pg. 141: George W. Snodgrass, secretary of 
school board--
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1910 Craig Co VA Census/Miracode:

22-75-62:
Paris Snodgrass 39-M-VA
Emma Snodgrass 34-F-TN wife
May Snodgrass 6-F-HI daughter
Dorothy Snodgrass 4-F-HI daughter
+ 1 non-relative

22-75-167:
George Snodgrass 52-M-VA
Amanda Snodgrass 64-F-VA wife
Clara Snodgrass 28-F-VA daughter
Walter Snodgrass 24-M-VA son [Walter Cleveland Snodgrass]
+ 1 non-relative
-------------------------------

15 Jun 1912 -- J. H. Snodgrass, age 45, b. Craig Co., res. Tariff, 
WV, s/o Caleb & Mary E. Snodgrass, married Nettie M. Martin, 
age 36, b. & res. Craig Co., d/o T. B. & Mary Jane Martin.

25 Nov 1914 -- Clara L. Snodgrass, age 33, b. & res. Craig Co., 
d/o George W. & Amanda Snodgrass, married Rufus Lee Sizer, age 30,
b. & res. Craig Co., s/o Joseph A. & Virginia E. Sizer (p. 55, line 31)

24 Apr 1916 -- Walter Cleveland Snodgrass, age 30, b. & res. 
Craig Co., s/o George & Amanda J. Snodgrass, married Harriet Varina
Huffman, age 24, b. & res. Craig Co., d/o Guy T. & Harriet India 
Huffman; by O. L. Huffman, Christian Church.

12 Jul 1919 -- Christian Standard, vol. LIV, 1009: 
Paris M. Snodgrass
Paris M. Snodgrass departed this life on Apr. 2, 1919, after
spending a short life in the service of God, bringing cheer and 
hope of the beautiful world beyond to his fellow men.
He was born in Craig County, Va., March 9, 1871, the s/o Caleb
and Elizabeth Snodgrass. Caleb Snodgrass was married twice, and of
the first union there were born to him one son and six daughters, 
of whom only the one son and one daughter survive; of the second 
union, there were born to him six sons and one daughter, P. M. 
Snodgrass being the youngest of the six sons; the other five sons
and the one daughter survive.
Bro. Snodgrass was the kind of man who was looked upon with
the highest esteem by all who knew him, having a disposition of such
nature that he could smile in the face of adversities, shed tears of
heartfelt sympathy with those who wept and rejoice with those who
rejoiced. He confessed faith in Christ early in life, and entered
Ashley Johnson Bible School of Tennessee in 1894, graduating five 
years later. From school he went direct to Hawaii to take charge 
of a private mission, where he worked for four years. The last year
of this period he was married to Miss Emma K. Hedgecock of Knoxville,
Tenn., who accompanied him back to his foreign field. In 1903 he 
was called by the Foreign Mission Board of the Christian Church to
Honolulu, where he spent four more years in mission work during 
which time the Lord blessed his home with two daughters (Winniford
and Dorothy). In 1907 he returned to Virginia, and located on a 
farm, purchased by himself and his brother George W., near Paint 
Bank, Va., and, in addition to farmwork, he preached for a group 
of nine churches for six years, during the latter part of which 
time his home was blessed with a son (Paul). Three children, 
in all, survive him.
Selling out his farm interest in Virginia in 1913, he located
in Harford County, MD., where he bought land twice, and was located
at the time of his death near Bel Air, on the Creswold Road, where
his body was laid to rest. The funeral was conducted by J. B. 
Jarboo, of the M. E. Church.
Bro. Snodgrass, in the last years of his ministry, served three
churches--Jerusalem, The Forks and Joppa. He leaves to mourn their 
loss, a widow, three children, six brothers and two sisters, and
friends by the hundreds and thousands.
New Castle, Va.
<a picture of P. M. Snodgrass appears in the 
Christian Standard, 27 Oct 1917>
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1920 Craig Co VA Census/Soundex

20-80-2-31:
George W. Snodgrass 61-M-VA
Amanda J. Snodgrass 74-F-VA wife
Walter C. Snodgrass 33-M-VA son
Varina H. Snodgrass 28-F-VA wife
Katherine E. Snodgrass 2y8m-F-VA daughter
Rufus L. Sizer 35-M-VA son-in-law
Clara L. Sizer 38-F-VA wife
--------------------------------------

Apr 1986 -- Our Proud Heritage: Calvin Cook, 1004 Greenvalley Dr.,
St. Albans, WV 25177, wants to know about Robert Snodgrass family,
early 1800's, who left Craig and went to Roane Co., WV. I share 
his interest in knowing more about Caleb A. Snodgrass and wives,
as he was my great-great-grandfather, also. 
Helen Looney, Rt. 1 Box 482, Catawba, VA 24070.

(no dates) -- T. E. Snodgrass, 2 Lt., Co. B, 28th VA Inf. CSA, 
bur. Waugh Cemetery, New Castle, VA 
<supposed to be Tilghman Snodgrass>.

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CULPEPER COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5392)

LAND RECORDS
Culpeper Co., VA, Deeds, vol. 1-6, 1749-1774 (Dorman) NS
Deed Abstracts of Culpeper Co., VA, 1769-1796, 17 vol. (Sparacio) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
A Death Roster of the Confederate General Hospital at Culpeper, VA (Hodge)
NS
Virginia Regimental Series, vol. 114: 2nd Virginia Calvary - yes

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
The Exponent, Culpeper, VA, vol. 16-72, 18979-1953 (Hodge) yes
An Index for the Bell & Howell Microfilm The Exponent, Culpeper, VA,
vol. 1, 15 Apr 1881 through 7 Apr 1882 (Hodge) NS
An Index to the Death Notices in the Virginia Star, Culpeper, VA,
1919-1928 (Hodge) NS
An Index to the Rappahannock Page of The Virginia Star, Culpeper, VA,
1936-1938 (Hodge) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Culpeper Co., VA, Will Books B (1770-1783), C (1783-1791), & G
(1813-1817); Old Misc. Papers, Packages 1-6, & 1880-1900; Old Suits; & Old
Tombstone Inscriptions (Wulfeck) NS
Will Abstracts of Culpeper Co., VA, Will Book A, (1749-1779), D
(1791-1803), & E (1803-1809) (Sparacio) NS
Film #30,931 item 1 = Probate Index, 1749-1930

VITAL RECORDS
Culpeper Co., VA, Births & Deaths: A Miscellaneous Collection (Hodge) NS
Culpeper Co., VA, Marriages, 1780-1853 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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RECORDS

13 Apr 1862 -- 2nd Virginia Cavalry, Co. C: Edward N. Snodgrass, pvt., born
ca. 1846; enlisted Culpeper Courthouse 13 Apr 1862, age 18. Present 4 Mar
1863; absent sick in hospital 18-31 Aug 1863. Presence or absence not stated
from Nov 1863 to Feb 1864. Present 6 Mar 1865. WIA Millwood, 20 Oct 1864.
Paroled Farmville 25 Apr 1865.
 

26 Aug 1906 -- The Exponent, page 3, col. 5: Virginia Quarrier Snodgrass
married John A. Luttrell (date of newspaper)

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5615)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription -- NS
1860 census transcription -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Abstracts of the Cumberland Co., VA, Court Order Books from Jun 1749
to May 1756 (Fretwell) NS
Virginia's District Courts, 1789-1809: Records of the Prince Edward
District: Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, & Prince Edward
Counties; wills to 1829, deeds to 1816 (Warren) NS

HISTORY
Crucible & Cornerstone: A History of Cumberland Co., VA (Vaughn--1969)
unindexed, didn't do.

LAND RECORDS
Cumberland Co., VA, Deeds, 1749-1752 (TLC Gen.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of the Cumberland Co., VA, Will Books 1 & 2, 1749-1782
(Reynolds) NS
Film #30,737 = Probate index, 1749-1949 - NS

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DICKENSON COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5745)

CENSUS RECORDS
1880 census transcription -- NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #1,929,629 = Probate index, 1880-1937 <we need to check this one>

VITAL RECORDS
Dickenson Co., VA, Marriage Register 1, 1880-1900 (Baker) NS

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DINWIDDIE COUNTY & the city of PETERSBURG
SOURCES (975.5581 & 975.5582)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Blandford Cemetery Records, Petersburg, Dinwiddie, VA (Gen. Soc. of Utah)
NS

LAND RECORDS
Land Records, Dinwiddie Co., VA, 1752-1820 (Hughes & Standefer) NS

HISTORY
Petersburg's Story: A History (Scott & Wyatt) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Dinwiddie Co., VA, Data, 1752-1865 (Hughes) NS
The Free Women of Petersburg: Status & Culture in a Southern Town,
1784-1860 (Lebsock) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #33,402 = Probate Index, 1784-1944

VITAL RECORDS
Bath Parish Register (births, deaths, marriages), 1827-1897 of Dinwiddie
Co., VA, & St. Andrews Parish Vestry Book, 1732-1797, of Brunswick Co., VA
(Hopkins) NS
Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George, & Dinwiddie 
Counties, VA, 1720-1798 (Chamberlayne) NS
Petersburg, VA, Hustings Court Marriage Bonds, Marriage Registers, and
Ministers' Return, 1784-1854 (Hughes & Standefer) NS

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ELIZABETH CITY COUNTY (now city of HAMPTON)
SOURCES (975.55412)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Gravestone Inscriptions from the Cemetery of St. John's Episcopal Church,
Hampton, VA (Hugh S. Watson Jr. Gen. Soc.) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1920 soundex - yes

LAND RECORDS
Elizabeth City Co., VA, Deed Abstracts, 1787-1800 (Charles) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills and Administrations of Elizabeth City Co., VA, and Other
Genealogical and Historical Items, 1610-1800 (Chapman) NS
Elizabeth City Co., VA (Now the City of Hampton) Deeds, Wills, Court
Orders, etc., 1634, 1659, 1688-1702 (Neal) NS
Elizabeth City Co., VA, Deeds, Wills, Court Orders, 1715-1721 (Neal) NS
Elizabeth City Co., VA, Wills, 1733-1799 (Charles) NS

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RECORDS

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1920 Soundex
22-39-2-98:
Langley Field Post U.S. Army
***
Phillip D. Snodgrass 20-M-TN
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ESSEX COUNTY
Includes records of Old Rappahanock
SOURCES (975.534)

COURT RECORDS
Abstracts of Land Trials of Essex Co., VA, 1711-1741 (Sparacio) NS
Essex Co., VA, Records, 1706-1707 & 1717-1722, 2 vol. (Dorman) NS
Order Book Abstracts of Essex Co., VA, 1699-1723, ? vol. (Sparacio) NS
Order Book Abstracts of Essex Co., VA, 1695-1727 (Sparacio) NS
Order Book Abstracts of (Old) Rappahannock Co., VA, 1683-1692, 4 vol.
(Sparacio) NS
Record Abstracts of Essex Co., VA, 1692-1695, 3 vol. (Sparacio) NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed Abstracts of Essex Co., VA, 1721-1753 (Sparacio) NS
Deed Abstracts of (Old) Rappahanock Co., VA, 1656-1692 (Sparacio) NS
Deed and Will Abstracts of Essex Co., VA, 1695-1704 (Sparacio) NS
Essex Co., VA, Deeds & Wills, 1707-1711 (Dorman) NS
Film #31,266 = deed index - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Essex Co. Wills & Deeds, 1703-1706 & 1711-1717, 2 vol. (Fleet) NS
Essex Co., VA, Wills, Bonds, Inventories, etc., 1722-1730 (Dorman) NS
Will Abstracts of Essex Co., VA, 1730-1750, 5 vol. (Sparacio)
Will Abstracts of (Old) Rappahannock Co., VA, 1682-1687 (Sparacio) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Essex Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1804-1861 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Index to Marriages, (Old) Rappahanock & Essex Co., VA, 1655-1900
(Wilkerson) NS

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RECORDS

18 Jul 1763 -- Deed Book D, #29, page 205: Godfrey Young to William
Snodgrass.

20 Mar 1764 -- Deed Book D, #29, page 257: John Vass to William Snodgrass,
mortgage.
Deed Book D, #29, page 259: Richard Fisher to William Snodgrass, mortgage.
Deed Book D, #29, page 261: Samuel Fawcett to William Snodgrass, bill of
sale.
Deed Book D, #29, page 290: Morris Broche to William Snodgrass, deed.

16 Jul 1764 -- Deed Book D, #29, page 301: Richard Hodges to William
Snodgrass, mortgage.

21 Oct 1765 -- Deed Book D, #30, page 65: Henry Purkins to William
Snodgrass, deed.

24 Oct 1765 -- Deed Book D, #30, page 74: William Snodgrass et al to Henry
Young, deed.

22 Jun 1770 -- An account of a merchants association that was formed 22 Jun
1770 in Williamsburg includes the name of William Snodgrass of Hobb's Hole
(VA Hist. Reg., vol. 3, page 80). 
<see James City Co., VA>

22 Apr 1776 --Landon Carter's diary: 22, Monday, April, 1776. My daughter
Colston and her husband came here on Thursday last & are still here.
Last night an Express from H. Hole <Hobb's Hole?> from Dr. Fauntleroy
to the command'g officer of the 50 invalids of the 5th regiment left at our
Court house to desire him to march to the assistance of the town. A tender had,
it seems, forced the New England vessel loading corn at the mouth of Piscattaway
to slip and run for it, but she only got to H. Hole wharf and was there taken
without any resistance from the Town. It seems a flag of truce that the Town
should not be hurt provided it did not interefere, and no one did, notwithstanding 
there were 17 men left there and under an officer, Snodgrass (who) went on board 
the tender. I understood Currie sold his vessel to Harry Wm'son and the Scotch
lads 
there, and they ran down with her and gave notice to this tender of the situation of
this 
corn vessel & that all the forces were removed from both sides; therefore, she ran
boldly 
up, and behaved thus. I sent an Express off this morning to General Lee abt these
things. 
If these Tories are not secured, I am sure that County of Essex will be in a bad
situation, and must be under a constant plunder from this monstrous Dunmore.
I was told that Bartlett Goodrich, a son of the old villain, commanded this
tender. These things I have written about to the General. The Lieut. has
ordered out the militia both above and below... (William & Mary Quarterly, vol.
16,
p 265).
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Settlers, Southerners, Americans: The History of Essex Co., VA
(Slaughter--1985): 
Hobb's Hole was on the Rappahannock River, and was originally called
Hobb's His Hole, which was shortened to Hobb's Hole (a hole being a deep
place on the river). Some of the citizens feeling that this was not a suitably
dignified name, attempted to change the name to New Plymouth, but the name
Hobb's Hole persisted. Finally in 1705 the assembly officially changed the
name to Tappahannock.
The sailors and sea captains continued to refer to the harbor as Hobb's
Hole, and indeed, most people not native to the town continued to refer to
it as Hobb's Hole. This situation persisted into the 1770's and possibly
beyond. This is why it has been so hard to find Hobb's Hole--on the maps
it was called Tappahannock, but even in various documents, it was referred to
as Hobb's Hole.

<Note: It would appear from this, that the "officer Snodgrass" was leading
the American militia who seized the tender. He is probably the William Snodgrass
refered to above as being "of Hobb's Hole.">

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FAIRFAX COUNTY & the cities of FAIRFAX & FALLS CHURCH
SOURCES (975.5291, 975.5292, & 975.5293)

CENSUS RECORDS
1920 soundex - yes

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1920 Soundex

19-117-5-54:
Motor Transport Corps 38, Camp Humphres, VA
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Paul T. Snodgrass 27-M-TN
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VIRGINIA SOURCE BOOK -- SNODGRASS FAMILY

FAUQUIER COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5275)

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Wills, Administrations, & Marriages of Fauquier Co., VA,
1759-1800 (King) NS

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FLOYD COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5712)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemeteries of Floyd (Montgomery) Co., VA, Indian Valley District, vol. 1
(Cox & Phillips) NS
Cemeteries of Floyd Co., VA, Burk's Fork District (Phillips & Starkey) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1890 U.S. Census, Floyd Co., Va (Moore) NS <from an abbreviated copy
on file in the courthouse>
1890 State (U.S.) Census, Floyd Co., VA (Steele) NS <from an abbreviated
copy on file in the courthouse>

LAND RECORDS
Film #31,337 = Deed Index, grantor & grantee 1831-1892 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
1853-1872 Birth & Death Records, Floyd Co., VA, and the Zion Lutheran
Church Register (Fluor & Tise) NS <Zion Register not indexed--didn't do>
Floyd Co., VA, Ministers' Returns, 1840-1863 (Neighbors) NS
Film #31,345 
item 1 = Marriage Register 2, 184x-186x - NS
item 2 = Marriage Register 3, 1854-1896 - NS

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FLUVANNA COUNTY
SOURCES (975.547)

LAND RECORDS
Fluvanna Co., VA, Deeds, 1777-1783 (TLC Gen.) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Fluvanna Co., VA, Death Records, 1853-1896 (Hailey) NS
Fluvanna Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1781-1860 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Fluvanna Co., VA, Marriages, 1781-1849 (Vogt & Kethly) NS

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FRANKLIN COUNTY
SOURCES (975.568)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Records of Franklin Co., VA (Franklin Co. Hist. Soc.) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Additional Index to An Old Virginia Court of Franklin Co., VA, 1786-1789,
by Marshall Wingfield (W. Tenn. Hist. Soc.) NS
An Old Virginia Court: Being a Transcript of the Records of the First
Court of Franklin Co., VA, 1786-1789 (Wingfield--1948) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Franklin Co., VA, 1786-1986: A Bicentennial History (Salmon & Salmon) NS
Franklin Co., VA: A History (Wingfield--1965) NS
Pioneer Families of Franklin Co., VA (Wingfield--1964) yes

LAND RECORDS
Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present VA Counties
of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Franklin Co., VA, Wills, 1786-1812 (TLC Gen.) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Index to Marshall Wingfield's Marriage Bonds of Franklin Co., VA, 1786-1858
- NS
Marriage Bonds of Franklin Co., VA, 1786-1858 (Wingfield) NS

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RECORDS

1964 -- Pioneer Families of Franklin Co., VA, pg. 63: Austin Victor Ferguson
married Brooxie Hunt and had issue: Frances (who married E. Snodgrass),
Otho G., Mary Margaret, & Darrell.

Mar 1969 -- The Va. Gen., vol. 13, pg. 45: Query: 1354. Carter. Want
parents, brothers and sisters of Enos Carter, born 1791, Franklin Co., VA.,
married 1818 Ann Snodgrass, dau. of Alexander and Rebecca of Botetourt Co.,
VA., died 1874, Connersville, Ind. Children: Sarah, Ann, Mary, Lorenzo,
Vincent, John, Charles and Ed James. submitted by Mrs. E. A. White, 3717
Livingston Dr., Apt. 11, Long Beach, CA 90803 (March 1969)

Jun 1981 -- The Va. Gen., vol. 25, pg. 154: Query: #2743.
CARTER-SNODGRASS.
Seek parents of Enos Carter, born 1791, Franklin Co., VA., married 1818,
Montgomery Co., Va., Ann Snodgrass who died Fayette Co., Ind., 1856. 
Married 2nd Margaret Kelly 1860. Enos and Ann had eight children: John A. (m.
Elizabeth Monical), Sara (m. Judge William Scott), Elizabeth Jane (m. ---
Lewis), Charles B. (m. Mary ---), Vincent (m. --- ---); other three unknown.
Will appreciate help. Submitted by Mrs. Wanda White, Box 42342, Las Vegas,
NV, 89104 (June 1981)

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FREDERICK COUNTY & the city of WINCHESTER
SOURCES (975.5991 & 975.5992)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Vol. 4: 2200 Gravestone Inscriptions from Winchester & Frederick Co., VA
(Winchester-Frederick Co. Hist. Soc.) NS
vol. 5: Gravestones from 61 Graveyards in Frederick and the Counties
That Were Once a Part of Frederick Co. (Winchester-Frederick Co. Hist. Soc.) yes 
(see Berkeley Co., WV--Tuscarora Graveyard)

COURT RECORDS
Film #31,416 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 1, 1743-1745 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 2, 1745-1748 - NS
Film #31,417 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 3, 1748-1751 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 4, 1751-1753 - NS
Film #31,418 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 5, 1753-1754 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 6, 1754-1755 - NS
Film #31,419 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 7, 1755-1758 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 8, 1758-1760 - NS
item 3 = Court Order Bk. 9, 1760-1762 - yes
Film #31,420 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 10, 1762-1763 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 11, 1763-1764 - NS
Film #31,421 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 12, 1764-1765 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 13, 1765-1767 - yes
Film #31,422 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 14, 1767-1770 - yes
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 15, 1770-1772 - yes
Film #31,423 
item 1 = Court Order Bk. 16, 1772-1778 - NS
item 2 = Court Order Bk. 17, 1778-1781 - NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Frederick Co., VA: Settlement and Some First Families of 
Back Creek Valley, 1730-1830 (Kerns) NS
History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley Counties of Frederick,
Berkeley, Jefferson, & Clark (Norris--1890) yes (see 1833)
A History of Upper Back Creek Valley (Triplett) NS
Some Worthy Lives: Mini-Biographies, Winchester & Frederick Co
(Quarles) NS
The Story of 100 Old Homes in Winchester, VA (Quarles) NS
The Story of Winchester in Virginia: The Oldest Town in the 
Shenandoah Valley (Morton--1925) yes
What I know about Winchester: Recollections of Wm. Greenway Russell,
1800-1891 (Winchester-Frederick Hist. Soc.) NS
Winchester, VA, and Its Beginnings, 1743-1814 (Greene) NS

JOURNALS
Virginia Magazine of History - yes

LAND RECORDS
Frederick Co., VA, Deed Book Series (Gilreath)
vol. 1: Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4: 1743-1758 -- NS
vol. 2: Deed Books 5, 6, 7, 8: 1757-1760 -- yes
vol. 3: Deed Books 9, 10, 11: 1763-1767 -- yes
vol. 4: Deed Books 12, 13, 14: 1767-1771 -- yes
vol. 5: Deed Books 15 & 16: 1771-1775 -- NS
vol. 6: Deed Books 17 & 18: 1775-1780, plus Early Troop
Records, 1755-1761 -- NS
vol. 7: Deed Books 19 & 20: 1780-1785 -- NS
Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys ****
Film #31,362 = Land Book, vol. 1, 1762-1830 - NS
Film #31,366 = Index to deeds <checked second deed index to pg. 368>
Film #31,415 
item 1 = surveys, 1736-1758 - NS
item 2 = surveys, 1782-1802 - NS
item 3 = surveys, 1808-1878 - NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Men & Events of the Revolution in Winchester & Frederick Co., VA 
(The Winchester-Frederick Co. Hist. Soc.) NS
Film #31,376 item 3 = Early Troop Records, 1755-1761 -- NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Frederick Co., VA, Post Offices: Past and Present (Wine) NS
The Story of 100 Old Homes in Winchester, VA (Quarles) NS

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Frederick Co., VA, Obituaries, vol. 1 & 2 (Triplett) 
unindexed, but no Snodgrass obituaries

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Accounts of
Frederick Co., VA, Will Books 1-5, 1743-1800 (King) yes
Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Accounts of 
Frederick Co., VA, 1743-1800, with Cemetery inscriptions,
Rent Rolls, and Other Data: An Improved Edition with a 
New Index (King) NS
Frederick Co., VA, Wills and Administrations, 1795-1816 
(Kangas & Payne) NS
Winchester, VA, Abstracts of Wills, 1794-1894 (Tylor) NS
Film #31,347 
item 1 = Index to Wills, 1743-1917 - NS
item 2 = Will Bk. 1 with Inventories & accounts 1743-1751 - NS
Film #31,348 
item 1 = Will Bk. 2 with Inventories & accounts 1752-1761 -NS
item 2 = Will Bk. 3 with Inventories & accounts 1761-1770 - NS
Film #31,349 
item 1 - Will Bk. 4 with Inventories & accounts 1770-1783 -NS

TAX RECORDS
Virginia Tax Records from the Virginia Mag. of Hist. & Biog., 
The William & Mary College Quarterly, & Tyler's Quarterly 
(Gen. Pub. Co.) yes

VITAL RECORDS
Frederick Co. Marriages, 1767-1842 (Hunting for Bears) yes
Frederick Co. Marriages, 1738-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes
Frederick Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1772-1850 (Hackett) yes
Frederick Co., VA, Marriages, 1771-1825 (Davis) yes
Marriage Book 1, City of Winchester, VA, Marriage Licenses (Tylor) yes
Registers of Birth, Winchester, VA (Tylor)
vol. 1, 1853-1860 -- NS
vol. 2, 1865-1891 -- NS
Winchester, VA, Register of Deaths, 1871-1891 (Tylor) NS

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RECORDS

<Note: The Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys are documents that contain 
many different dates, making it difficult to list them chronologically.
I have arbitrarily decided to enter them according to the earliest date,
which in most cases is the warrant or survey date.>
---------------------------------------

Mar 1749/50[?] -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Robert Snodgrass,
assignee of John Miller, Jun'r, assignee of William Miller, assignee
of Samuel Harris for whom surv'd; no warrant, survey undated; 
Samuel Harris's house on plat; 
warrant date might be Mar. 1749/50 [damaged]. 
Chain Carriers: Aaron Jenkins & Hugh Millor [Miller]. 
Surveyor John Mauzy.

20 Sep 1750 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: John Breeson, heir
of Cornelius Breeson, assignee of John Snodgrass; 20 Sep 1750 - 
20 Nov 1750; 281 acres where he (Snodgrass) lives on Back Crk.; adj.
Jennet Cannady, Daniel Cannady [Kennedy ?]. 
Chain Carriers: Hugh Miller & Wm. Snodgrass. 
Pilot: John Snodgrass. Surveyor: John Mauzy. 
House of John Snodgrass drawn on plat. 

10 Apr 1770 -- John Snodgrass informed that some years ago he disposed
of this land to Cornelius Breeson who has died intestate. Deed to 
issue to John Breeson, eldest son of above Breeson. Margaret Breeson,
widow of Cornelius Breeson, being now present relinquishes her right
of dower.

20 Sep 1750 -- (among loose survey papers in the Virginia State 
Archives, Richmond, VA)
To Mr. John Mauzy
Whereas John Snodgrass of the County of Frederick Hath informed
that there are about 300 acres of waste & ungranted land where he 
lives on Back Creek And desiring a Warrant to survey the same in 
order to obtain a deed being ready to pay the composition & office
Charges
These are therefore to empower You the said John Mauzy to survey
the said waste land Provided this be the first warrant that hath 
issued for the same & you are to make a true Just and accurate survey
thereof describing the Courses & distances & poles also the buttings
& boundings of the several Persons lands adjoining & wherer you can't
Joyn on any known Lines You are to make the breadth of the tract to 
be as at least the proportion of one third part of the length as the
Law of Virginia directs You are also to ___ it the names of the Pilot
& Chain Carriors made use of & employ'd. A Platt of which said survey
with this warrant you are to give into this office any time before the
25th day of March next reaching? 
Given under my hand & seal of the Proprietors Office this 
20th day of Sep'r 1750 in the twenty fourth Year of his Majesty
King George the seconds Reign
G H Fairfax
<see 10 Apr 1770>

20 Sep 1750 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Robert Elder, 
assignee of Hugh Miller; 20 Sep 1750 - 31 Oct 1750; 296 a. where
Miller lives on both sides of Back Crk. ca. 6 miles above Hugh Paul
& land he bought of Wm. Snodgrass & Wm. Patterson. 
(House drawn on plat.) Chain Carriers: John Park & Robert Elder; 
Pilot: Hugh Miller; surveyor: John Mauzy.

6 Dec 1750 -- Hugh Miller sold to "Rob't Elder, waver [weaver ?]
of the County." Land between James Nail [vss - Neal ?] & Dan'l 
Kennedy. Miller reserves use of house until May next, to reap & 
carry away that rye "which his Brother Claims Likewise a Nursery of
young apel treys..." (Signed) Hugh (x) Miller. 
Witnesses: Wm. Pattison [Patterson ?], And'w Paul, 
David Croket [Crocket].

20 Sep 1750 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: John Kennedy,
assignee of John Miller, assignee of Samuel Harris; 
20 Sep 1750 - 1 Nov 1750; 140 acres between Widow Canady 
[vss - Jenet Kennedy ?] & Wm. Snodgrass on Back Crk. 
(John Miller's house on plat.) 
Chain Carriers: Wm. Snodgrass & Hugh Miller. 
Surveyor: John Mauzy.
John Miller, farmer, to Kennedy. Tract named Hollow Bottom. 
Witness: Robt. Jackson.

20 Sep 1750 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: David Farris, 
assignee of the devisees of Aron Jenkins of Frederick, for whom
surv'd; no warrant, date from survey 20 Sep 1750 - 17 Nov 1750; 
353 acres including the One Spring on drains of Back Crk; 
adj. Sam'l Harris. Chain Carriers: Edw'd Robinson & Jno. Jenkins.
Surveyor: John Mauzy.
(undated) [but probably 1773-1775] Cathern Jenkins Widow of Aron
relinquished her dower right, selling to Farris. 
1775 -- John & George Jenkins & Rob't Snodgrass assigned all 
their right of the 353 acres to Farris. 
29 Jun 1773 -- Westmoreland Co., PA -- Aaron Jinkins before
George Wilson JP gave up his right in the 353 acres.

3 Nov 1750 -- (among loose survey papers in the Virginia State 
Archives, Richmond, VA)
By Virtue of a Warrant from the Propr's Office dated the 29h day
of Sep'r 1750. Survey'd for Wm. Snodgrass a parcell of waste land 
where he lives in the County of Frederick on both sides of Back Creek
& bounded as Followeth Viz Beginning at (A) a Corner white Oak in 
John Millers line on a Piney hill Thence N 55 E 188 po: to (B) a white
oak Thence S:E 172 po: to (C) a Corn'r white Oak on the No. side of 
Back Creek Thence S 41 1/2 W 224 po to (D) a Corner Black Oak on a 
hill Thence N 35 W 222 po: to the first station Containing 250 acres
William Snodgrass Pilot P'r John Mauzy
John Murphy & John 3 Nov'r 1750
Ford Ch'n Carriers.
NB This survey was made in 
this manner to show John
Murphys Claim
<on the back of said paper>
William Snodgrass
Platt for 250 Acres
William Snodgrass dying 
without Will David Snod
grass heir at Law now 
present desires Deed may 
Issue in the Names of 
Robert & Joseph Snodgrass 
no deed to Issue till the 
Widow Relinquishes her Ri
ght of Dower B
The Widow relinguishes her
Right before John Greenfield
Paid to Issue
Drawn & Ex'd.
1750
<see 25 Sep 1766>

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<Note: According to the laws of the Colony of Virginia, if a man 
died intestate, his eldest son inherited all his land. This 
document therefore proves that David Snodgrass was the eldest son
of William Snodgrass who died in 1750.>
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20 Nov 1750 -- (among loose survey papers in the Virginia State 
Archives, Richmond, VA)
By Virtue of a Warrant from the Proprietors Office dated 
the 29th of Septem'r 1750 Survey'd for John Snodgrass of Frederick
a parcell of Waste Land where he lives on both sides of Back Creek &
bounded as follows Beginning at (A) a Corner red Oak on the w't side
of Back Creek being a Corner to Jennet Carmady's [? Jennet Kennedy]
Lands Thence along her line N 75 W at 216 po: came to her Corner red
Oak, the same Course Continued 121 po further to (B) a Scale bark'd
Hiccory by a small branch Thence S 15 W 171 po: to (C) Corner Pine
on a piney hill Thence Crossing the s'd Creek at a dismall point of
Rocks S 75 E 50 po: to (D) a Corner white Oak in Daniel Cannady's 
line Thence with the same N 40 E 15 po: to (E) the s'd Cannady's
Corner Gum Thence along another of his Lines S 50 E 80 po: to (F)
a young Spanish Oak corner in the s'd Line Finally N 62 1/2 E 280
poles to the first station Containing 281 acres
John Snodgrass Pilot P'r John Mauzy
Hugh Miller & Wm. 20th Nov'r 1750
Snodgrass Ch'n Carriers

20 Apr 1751 -- (among the loose survey papers in the Virginia State
Archives, Richmond, VA)
By virtue of a Warrant Dated the 10th Day of february 1749/50
granted to Richard Beeson Sr. of Frederick County for 200 acres of 
waste and Ungranted land in the s'd County Joyning his own Patent
land near Tuscororah branch and now has Sold it to Andrew Paul who
now is in possession of the same Survey as followeth 
Beginning at A-- a Red Oak on a Ridge in Beesons line then with his
line S 86 E 140 pole to 2 black walnuts near a parce of Rocks at B-
then S 228 poles to 3 white Oaks on the side of a small hill at C-
then W 140 poles to a hiccory on the Side of a hill at D-
then N 234 poles to the beginning Containing 201 acres
Benj'n Thornberry Surveyed &'r
Richard Thacher chain men Wm. Baylis
20th of April 1751
<on outside of paper>
Andrew Paul [crossed out]
Dav'd & John Snodgrass
Plat
for . . . . . . . . . . . 201 A
Warrant paid
This Land is Sold by Andrew Paul 
to David & John Snodgrass in
whose name deed is to issue by desire
of the s'd Paul now present B M
Paid to Issue
Drawn & Ex'd.

7 Nov 1751 -- (among loose survey papers in the Virginia State 
Archives, Richmond, Va)
Pursuant to directions from the proprietors Office I have 
Survey'd for Cornelious Bryson of Frederick County a tract of waste
and ungranted Land whereon he lives joyning Beasons patent and 
David Croket [David Crockett] on Mill Creek a branch of Opeckon 
Survey'd as Followeth Beginning at A-- a white Oak and Spanish
Oak on a ?Ridge in David Croket's line thence leaving his line and
Runing N 32 E 17 pole to a Spanish Oak Corner to James Glen at B--
thence with the s'd Glens line No 32 E 100 poles to a hiccory at C--
thence leaving his line and Runing N 86 W 86 pole to a white Oak 
Corner to Richard Beason at D-- thence with his patent lines N 45 
W 63 pole to a white Oak at E-- thence N 45 E 60 pole to a white 
Oak at thence Leaving the s'd Beasons lines & Runing N 45 W 82 
pole to a large white Oak at the foot of the No. Mountain at G--
thence S 45 W 134 pole to a white Oak Corner to David Croket at H--
then with the s'd Crokets line S 50 E 120 pole Crossing Tuschororah
branch the Course Continued 130 pole to the beginning 
Containing 142 Acres--
William Paterson Survey'd 
& chain Men William Baylis
James Minness November the 7th 1751
<on the back of the paper>
Cornelious Bryson [crossed out]
Jno. Snodgrass Plat
for . . . . . . . 142 A
Paid & to be Drawn in the
Name of John Snodgrass
not to be delivered till he proves
his assertion
D Dent
<See land grant dated 24 May 1760.>

14 Sep 1752 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Robert Snodgrass,
assignee (in 1774) of Thomas & William Shepherd, sons & devisees of
John Shepherd of Maryland, assignee of Joseph Walker of Frederick Co.;
14 Sep 1752 - 27 Nov 1752; 46 acres on NW Back Crk. & road to the 
springs; adj. his (Walker's) own bought of Cha's Donahooe, 
Stephen Rollins. Chain Carriers: John Smith & Stephen Rollins.
Surveyor: Jno. Mauzy.
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1753 -- Hampshire County, (W)VA, was formed from Frederick County.
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28 Jun 1757 -- Deed Bk. 5, pg. 43: Andrew Paul & Ann his wife of 
Frederick Co., Va, to David and John Snodgrass...226 acres...west 
side of Opekon Creek and on a branch called Tuscarora, part of a
1650 acre grant to George Roberson [Robinson ?] and John Petete 
[Pettit] by patent dated 12 Nov 1737... beginning at banded Spanish
oak standing on the last line of the original tract and running 
thence S 132 poles to a hickory bush thence N 20 E 110? poles to 
a heap of rocks thence N 19 W 20 poles to a hickory sapling thence
N 10 E 227 poles to walnut sapling in a valley thence W 74 poles 
to a red oak thence S 24 W 254 poles to an ash thence S 16 W 120
poles to the beginning...
A.Paul
Ann (her A mark) Paul
witnesses: William Patterson, Hugh Lyle, David Crockett, John Park
Recorded 2 Aug 1757.

1 Aug 1757 -- John Snodgrass, John Miller, and David Snodgrass 
witnessed a deed from James Glenn to John Glen, both of Frederick Co.

1758 -- Tax List for Mr. West:
David Snodgrass
John Snodgrass

6 Apr 1758 -- Will Bk. 2, pg. 338: In the Name of God Amen the 
sixth day of april in the year of our Lord 1758 one Thousand seven 
Hundred & Fifty Eight I Aaron Jenkins of Frederich County & Colony
of Virginia Farmer being very sich and Weak in Body but of Perfect 
Mind and memory thanks be given unto God therefore Calling into mind
the mortallity of my Body & knowing that it is appointed for all men
once to Dye do make & ordaiin this my Last will and Testament that 
is to say Principally and first of all I give & Recommend my soul 
into the hands of God that Gave it & for my Body I recommend it to
the Earth to be Buried in a Christian like manner at the Discretion
of my Executor Nothing Doubting But at the General Resurrection 
I shall Receive the same again by the mighty Power of God, and as
Touching such Worldly Estate Wherewith it Hath Pleased God to Bless
me in this Life I give Devise & Dispose of the same in the Following
Manner & Form -- It is my Will and I do order that in the first Place
all my Just Debts & Funeral Charges be paid and satisfied--I give
and Bequeath unto John Jenkins George Jenkins and Aaron Jenkins
my Beloved sons the Tract of Land which I now Liveth on to be Equally
Divided and for my son John to keep is own part and the remainder part
of the Land to be Divided Between George Jenkins & Aaron Jenkins for
Each of them to Have an Equal Part of the meadow, and all the Land 
which I Have lying on Back Creek for to be Disposed of to the Best 
advantage & to be Equally Divided Between my three sons & my two 
sons in Law Robert & Joseph Snodgrass for Each of them to Have an
Equal Part of What the said Land shall be sold for and to John Imdee
my son in Law I allow him Five Shillings and to Edward Robinson 
Fifteen Pounds and a Black Pacing Mare for my son Aaron & the 
moveables to be Equally Divided Between my three sons Escepting the
thirds of them to my Beloved Wife and I do hereby Leave and 
Constitute Edward Robinson my only and sole Executor of this my Last
Will and Testament and do hereby Disallow Revoke & Disannul all and
Every former Testaments Wills Legacies and Executors by me in any 
Wise before named In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my Hand 
and Seal the day and year above Written.
Signed Sealed and Declared
by the said Aron Jenkins as Aaron (his mark) Jenkins
his Last Will and Testament
In the Presence of us the
Subscribers
William Patterson
James Brown
David Snodgrass
At a Court held for Frederick County on Wednesday the 4th day of 
April 1759 This Last Will and Testament of Aaron Jenkins dec'd was
Presented into Court by Edward Robinson the Executor therein named,
who made oath there to according to Law & the said will being Proved
in Court by the oaths of the Witnesses thereto is admited to record.
Teste J. Woods
----------------------------------------- 

<Note: During this time period, the word "son-in-law" meant both
son-in-law and step-son. There is evidence in Washington Co., VA,
that Catherine, widow of William Snodgrass, married second Aaron 
Jenkins, which would have made both Robert and Joseph Snodgrass 
his step-sons. It was a rare case, however, that a man left any
land to a step-son UNLESS the step-son was also related by blood.
It would therefore pay to check to see if Catherine might have been
a cousin of Aaron Jenkins before she married William Snodgrass, or
if William Snodgrass might have been a cousin of Aaron Jenkins.>
------------------------------------------

24 Jul 1758 -- Va. Mag. of Hist., vol. 6, pg. 162: 
An account of the election of Col. Geo. Washington to the House of
Burgesses in 1758. Each elector voted for two candidates if he wished. 
The list for Frederick County, taken 24 Jul 1758 is in Washington's
handwriting.
pg. 166: for Col. George Washington:
David Snodgrass
John Snodgrass
pg. 173: for Capt. Swearingen:
David Snodgrass
John Snodgrass

24 May 1760 -- The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of 
Cameron in part of Great Britain called Scotland Proprietor of the
Northern Neck of Virginia, To all to whom this Present Writing shall
come sends Greeting. Know ye that for good causes for and in 
consideration of the Composition to me paid and for the annual Rent
hereafter Reserved I have given granted and confirmed...
unto John Snodgrass of Frederick County a Certain Tract of Waste and
ungranted land in said County where Cornealious Bryson lived Joyning
Bryson Pattent and David Crockett on Mill Creek a Branch of Opechon
and bounded as by a survey thereof made by William Baylis Beginning
at a White Oak and Spanish Oak on a Ridge in David Crocketts line 
thence leaving his line and Running N 32 E 17 poles to a Spanish Oak
Corner to James Glen [Glenn] thence with the said Glens line N 32 
E 100 poles to a hiccory thence leaving his line and running N 86 
W 86 poles to a white oak Corner to Richard Beason then with his
Patent line N 45 W 63 poles to a white oak then N 45 E 60 poles to
a White Oak then leaving the said Beasons line and Running N 45 W 82
poles to a large white oak at the Foot of the North Mountain then 
S 45 W 134 poles to a white oak Corner to David Crocket then with 
the said Crockets line S 50 E 120 poles: Crossing Tuscararah Branch
the Course Continued 130 po:s to the Beginning containing 142 acres
...dated this 24 Day of May in the thirty third year of the Reign 
of our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain
France and Ireland king defender of the Faith & an Dom'o 1760
Fairfax
John Snodgrass's Deed for 142 Acres of Land in Frederick County
<see survey 7 Nov 1751>

3 Jun 1760 -- Court Order Bk. 9, pg. 57: David Snodgrass is 
appointed Constable the Ensuing year in the room of Isaac Evans who
is Excused from that office ordered that the Sheriff summon him to
appear at next Court to take the oaths.

1 Jul 1760 -- Court Order Bk. 9, pg. 91: David Snodgrass took the 
oaths to his majesty's Person & Government repeated and subscribed
the Teste and also took the oath of a Constable.

14 Mar 1763 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Arthur Faris, 
assignee (in 1779) of Andrew Yates, assignee (in 1775) of John (x)
Moore for whom surv'd, assignee (in 1769) of Zachariah (x) Clemmons
of Fred'k, warrantee; 14 Mar 1763-19 May 1769; 202+ acres on Tilanzy's
Br. drains of Back Creek; adj. Tho's Loudon, Patr'k Eagon. 
Chain Carriers: Tho's Loudon & Joseph Snodgrass.
Surveyor: Richard Rigg.

11 Oct 1763 -- Land Grant 19 acres to Robert Snodgrass <we need this>.

17 Jul 1766 -- Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, N-54: John Murphy of
Frederick Co. 201 Acres on Back Creek in said Co. Surv. John Mauzy. 
Adjoins William Snodgrass, Hugh Lyle.

25 Aug 1766 -- Land Grant, pg. 151:
The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameron In that part
of Great Britain called Scotland Proprietor of the Northern Neck of Virginia
To all To whom this present Writing shall come sends Greeting Know Ye that for
good Causes for and in Consideration of the Compen<sa>tion to me paid and
for the Annual Rent herein after reserved I have given granted and convirmed
and by these presents for me my Heirs and Assigns Do give grant and confirm
unto David Snodgrass and John Snodgrass of Frederick County a Certain Tract of
waste and ungranted Land near Tuscororah Branch in the s'd County and Bounded
as by a survey thereof made by William Baylis Beginning at a Red Oak on a
Ridge in Besson's line then with his Line S 86 E 140 poles to 2 Black Walnuts
near a parcel of Rocks then S 228 poles to 3 white Oaks on the side of a Small
Hill Then W 140 poles to a Hiccory on the side of a Hill and then N 234 poles
to the Beginning Containing 201 acres Together with all rights Members and
Appurtenances thereunto Belonging ROYAL MINES EXCEPTED and a full third
part of all Lead Copper Tin Coals Iron Mine and Iron Ore that shall be found
thereon to have and to hold the s'd 201 acres of Land together with all Rights
Profits and Benefits to the same belonging or in anywise Appertaining Except
before Excepted to them the said David and John Snodgrass their Heirs and
Assigns for Ever they the s'd David and John Snodgrass their Heirs and assigns
therefore yeilding and paying to me my Heirs or Assigns or to my Certain
Attorney or Attornies Agent or Agents or to the Certain Attorney or Attornies
of my Heirs Assigns Proprietors of the said Northern Neck Yearly and Every
Year on the Feast Day of St. Michael the Archangel the fee Rent of One
Shilling Sterling Money for Every Fifty Acres of Land hereby granted and so
proportionably for a greater or Lessor Quantity provided that if the s'd
David and John Snodgrass their Heirs and Assigns shall nor pay the s'd reserved
Annual Rent as Afores'd so that the same or any part thereof shall be behind
and unpaid by the space of two whole Years after the same shall become due
If Legally demanded that then it shall and may be Lawfull for me my Heirs or
Assigns Proprietors as Afores'd my or their Certain Attorney or Attornies
Agent or Agents into the above granted Premises to reenter and hold the
same so as if this Grant had never Passed Given at my Office in the County of
Frederick Under My Hand and Seal Dated the Twenty fifth Day of August 1766
David and John Snodgrass's Deed for 201 Acres of Land in Frederick
County
Fairfax
Thomas Martin

25 Sep 1766 -- (loose paper in the Virginia State Archives, Richmond, VA) Fred'k
Set 
This day came before [me] Catherin Snotgrass widow of William Snotgrass
Deceased 
and Desires that Deeds may Issue for a Certain Tract of Land on Back Creek
Quantity
unknown,
in the Names of her Two Son's, Robert and John (John is crossed out) Joseph
Snotgrass and that
she Relingisheth all her Right and property of the Said Lands unto Them
Given under My hand this 25: day of Sept'r 1766
To the Agent of the Proprietors Office Jn'o Greenfield

1 Mar 1767 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 263: David Crocket of the colony of Virginia
and county of Frederick of the one part and John Snodgrass of the same place
of the other...10 shillings lawful money of the said colony...tract of land
lying and being in the said county on the north side of Opechon creek near
the ___ of Tuscarrorah being part of a tract of land granted by pattent to said
Crocket and now sold...unto said John Snodgrass by said Crocket and
Elizabeth his wife, Beginning at a white oak in the north line and running thence 
S50 E340 poles to a black oak then N 40 E 84 poles to a black oak then N 50 ..
340 poles to a white oak then S 40 NO<sic> 84 poles to the beginning containing
178 1/2 acres...
David Crocket
Elizabeth (her mark) Crocket
Acknowledged 3 Mar 1767 & recorded.

6 Mar 1767 -- Court Order Bk. 13, pg. 314: William Snodgrass vs. Richard
Pearis (in debt) - Dismissed.

28 Jul 1767 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Andrew Yates, 28 Jul 1767 -
12
Feb 1768;
243 acres on North Mt., Back Crk; adj. Rob't & Jo's Snodgrass, Jno. Kennedy. 
Chain Carriers: Rob't Snodgrass & Jospeh Clemmons.
Surveyor Richard Rigg.

2 Dec 1767 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: John Boyd of Frederick; 
2 Dec. 1767-4 Feb 1768; 53 acres on drs. [drain?] of Opeckon in Frederick, North
Mt.;
adj. his own 101 acres patent, John Codry/Cordery, James Morrison, Snodgrass.
Chain Carriers: John Snodgrass & James Morrison. Pilot: Thomas Akins.
Surveyor: Richard Rigg.

31 Nov 1768 -- Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Edward Beeson, assignee
(in 1778) of Stephen Rawlings of Frederick; 31 Nov 1768-11 May 1769; 336 acres
on Back Crk, road from Rawlings to warm spring, W side North Mt.; adj. his own
land, Jno Shepherd, Casper Bonner, Snodgrass (formerly Rawlings). Chain
Carriers: Gaspard & Reuben Bonner. Surveyor: Richard Rigg.

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<Note: The following ten deeds, although signed on different dates, were
all recorded on 4 Apr 1759.> [the 5 in this is a typo ... should say all rec'd 1769]
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6 Feb 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 618: Robert Snodgrass & Joseph Snodgrass of
the colony of Virginia and county of Frederick of the one part and Andrew
Yeats of the same place...10 shillings...tract of land lying...in the said
county on the south side of Back Creek it being part of a tract of land
granted by Patent to the said Robert and Joseph Snodgrass and surveyed by
John Mouzy as may appear at large and now sold and conveyed by lease and
release
by the said Robert & Joseph Snodgrass unto Andrew Yeats aforesaid Beginning at
a black oak sapling a sycomore bush and a forked burch standing on a small
island in Back Creek and running thence S 34.30 W 147 poles to 2 white oaks
and one Spanish oak from thence N 37.30 W 153 poles to a double poplar on
the south bank of said creek from thence the several courses of said Creek down
to the beginning to wit S 65 E 10 poles thence S 56 E 35 poles thence N 81 E38
poles thence N 47 E 65 poles thence S 63 E 59 poles to the beginning
containing 65 acres...<this is the lease>...
witnessesRobt. Snodgrass
David Snodgrass Susannah (her mark) Snodgrass
John Snodgrass Jun'r Joseph Snodgrass
John Snodgrass Senior Mary (her mark) Snodgrass
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

7 Feb 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 619: Robert Snodgrass & Joseph Snodgrass to
Andrew Yeats...<this is the release of the above deed>... witnesseth that the
said Robert Snodgrass & Susannah his wife and Joseph Snodgrass and Mary his
wife...71 pounds current money...<same signatures, same witnesses>
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

1 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 613: David Snodgrass of the county & parish
of Frederick in the Colony of Virginia of the one part and John Snodgrass of
the County & Parish and Colony aforesaid of the other part... 5 shillings ... tract of
land
containing 235 acres ... being situated near the North Mountain on Tuscorora Run
one of the
Drains of Opeckon in the County of Frederick the same being Part of two greater
Tracts the one
being part of a tract of land of 1650 acres granted to George Robeson [Robinson
?]

John Poteat [Pettit] by Patent bearing date the 12th of November 1735 being
formerly in the
Possession of Richard Beeson Sen'r by Virtue of a Deed of Conveyance of Lease
and
Release
from the said Robison and Poteat and Ann his wife and dated the 29th of
September
1737 
as may appear and now in possession of Benjamin Beeson by Deed of Conveyance
of
Lease and
Release from the said Richard Beeson Sen'r bearing date the 6th of January 1743
as
may appear
and in the Possession of Andrew Paul by Deed of Conveyance of ... from the said
Benjamin
Beeson bearing date February 11th 1752 as may appear and now jointly in the
Possession of
David and John Snodgrass by Deed of Conveyance ... from the said Paul and Ann
his
wife also
the other Tract being part of a tract of 201 acre granted jointly to David and John
Snodgrass by
Patent out of the Proprietors office of the Northern Neck bearing date the 21 day
of
August 1766
the bound Including said bargain or 235 acres of land ...
Beginning two locust saplings in the first line of the 2 original tracts in a valley and
runing thence
S 28 E 268 pole to 2 white oaks and a black oak thence N 83 E 5 pole to 3 white
oaks thence 
N 1.30 W 228 pole to 2 black walnut saplings on a heap of rocks thence N 86.30
W
76 pole to 
2 hickory bushes on a small heap of rocks thence N 22 E 126 pole to a white oak
by
a large heap
of rocks thence N 21.30 W 44 poles to a hickory sapling on a hill thence N 6 E
227
pole to a
black walnut sapling in a Valley thence S 83.30 W 23 pole to two white oaks and
two black 
oaks thence S 17.30 W 197 pole to 2 white oak saplings and one black oak sapling
thence 
S 40 W 60 pole to a white oak thence S 3 E 84 pole to 2 tame cherry trees & one
Plumb tree on
the north side of Tuscorora Run thence crossing said Run S 10 E 74 pole to the
beginning
containing 235 acres...
David Snodgrass
witnesses John Snodgrass sen'r Robert Snodgrass Joseph Snodgrass
Acknowledged & recorded 4 Apr 1769.

1 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 615: John Snodgrass Jun'r of the county & parish
of
Frederick 
in the Colony of Virginia of the one part and David Snodgrass of the same of the
other part ...
5 shillings ...tract of land containing 235 acres...situated near the North Mountain
on
Tuscorora
Run on the Drains of Opeckon in the county of Frederick the same being part of
two
great tracts the first being part of a tract of land of 1650 acres granted to
George Robeson & John Poteat by Patent bearing date the 12th of November
1735 being formerly in the Possession of Richard Beeson Sen'r by Virtue of a
Deed of Conveyance of Lease and Release from the said Robison and Poteat and
Ann
his wife and dated the 29th of September 1737 as may appear and now in
possession of Benjamin Beeson by Deed of Conveyance of Lease and Release
from the said Richard Beeson Sen'r bearing date the 6th of January 1743 as may
appear and in the Possession of Andrew Paul by Deed of Conveyance of...from
the said Benjamin Beeson bearing date February 11th 1752 as may appear and
now jointly in the Possession of David and John Snodgrass by Deed of
Conveyance...from the said Paul and Ann his wife also the other Tract being
part of a tract of 201 acre granted jointly to David and John Snodgrass by
Patent out of the Proprietors office of the Northern Neck bearing date the
21 day of August 1766 the bound Including said bargain or 235 acres of land ...
Beginning two locust saplings in the first line of the 2 original tracts in a
valley and runing thence S 28 E 268 pole to 2 white oaks and a black oak
thence N 83 E 5 pole to 3 white oaks thence N 1 30 W 228 pole to 2 black
walnut saplings on a heap of rocks corner to William Paterson thence N 86.30 
W 76 pole to 2 hickory saplings on a small heap of Rocks thence N 22 E 126
pole to a white oak by a large ledge of rocks thence N 21.30 W 44 pole to a
hickory sapling on a hill thence N 6 E 227 pole to a black walnut sapling in a
valley thence S 83.30 W 23 pole to 2 white oaks & 2 black oaks thence S 17.30 
W 197 pole to 2 white oaks saplings and one black oak Do. thence S 40 W 60 pole
to a white oak thence S 3 E 84 pole to 2 tame cherry trees and a plumb tree on
the North side of Tuscorora Run thence crossing said run S 10 E 74 pole to the
beginning containing 235 ares...<this is the "lease">...
John Snodgrass
witnesses: John Snodgrass Sen'r Robert Snodgrass Joseph Snodgrass
Recorded 4 Apr 1769

1 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 617: The "release" from John Snodgrass Jun'r
and Mary his wife to David Snodgrass...500 pounds current money...
John Snodgrass
Mary (her mark) Snodgrass
witnesses: John Snodgrass Sen'r Robert Snodgrass Joseph Snodgrass
Recorded 4 Apr 1769

3 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 644: John Glen [John Glenn] of Frederick Co., VA, to
John Snodgrass of the same...10 shillings...tract of land lying...in the said
county on the north side of Opechon near the head of Tuscorora being part
of a tract of land granted by patent to George Robisoon and John Poteet part of
which tract was purchased by said John who purchased of James Glen who
purchased of Mordecai Mendinghall who purchased from John Beeson who
purchased from Richard Beeson the said 150 acres being part of a tract of land
granted to George Robison and John Poteet Beginning at a white oak stump and
running thence N 40 E 13 pole thence to a stake on a level S 44.30 E 34 pole to a
black ash in a bottom by a run thence S 37.30 E 34 pole to 2 white oaks on the
west side of a large hill thence N 86 W 9 pole to a stake on the same side of
the same Hill between 2 white oaks thence to the beginning N 42 W 59 poles
containing 3 acres & 108 poles ... <this is the "lease">...
John Glen
witnesses: David Snodgrass John Snodgrass Sen'r, Jos. Snodgrass
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

3 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 645: John Glen and Jean his wife to John
Snodgrass...<the "release" of the above deed>...2 pounds 7 shillings
current
money... John Glen
Jean (her mark) Glen
witnesses: David Snodgrass, John Snodgrass Jun'r <sic>, Joseph Snodgrass
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

3 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 642: Joseph Snodgrass of Frederick Co., Va,
to Robert Snodgrass of the same...10 shillings.... tract of land lying...in said
county on the north side of Back Creek being part of a tract of land granted
by patent unto said Robert & Joseph Snodgrass bearing date the 3 Sep 1766
and now sold & conveyed by Joseph Snodgrass unto Robert Snodgrass by deed of
lease & release Beginning at a double poplar on the South bank of back Creek and
running thence N 35 W 69 poles to a corner white oak in John Millers line on a
pine hill thence N 55 E 188 poles to a white oak thence southeast 172 poles to
a corner white oak on the north side of Back Creek thence S 41.30 W 77 poles
to a black ash sapling a Sycomore bush and aforned bush standing on a small
island in said creek then with the meanders of the creek up to the beginning
containing 185 acres...<this is the "lease">
Jos. Snodgrass
Mary (her mark) Snodgrass
witnesses: David Snodgrass, John Snodgrass Sen'r, John Snodgrass Jun'r
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

4 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 643: Joseph Snodgrass & Mary his wife to
Robert Snodgrass...<this is the "release" of the above deed>... sum of 100
pounds current money...
<same signatures & witnesses>
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

5 Apr 1769 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 615: David Snodgrass & Margaret his wife of
Frederick Co., VA, to John Snodgrass...500 pounds current money of Virginia...
<This is the "release" of the above deed on pg. 613, the above being the "lease".>
David Snodgrass
Marget (her A mark) Snodgrass
<same witnesses>
Recorded 4 Apr 1769.

6 Sep 1769 -- Court Order Bk. 14, pg. 565: Upon the attachment of David
Snodgrass against Joseph Clemens the sherif having Executed one Coat & two
Waistcoats two shirts & two Pair of Long Britches one pair of buskskin
Britches two Pair of Stockings one stock & Buckel & two Grubing Hoes and
the Deft. being solemnly called came not the Plt'f Proved his acc's It is
therefore considered by the Court that the Plt'f recover against the said
Deft. the sum of five pounds Twp Shillings & nine pence this costs by him
in this behalf Expended and It is ordered that the sherif do Expose to sale to
<sic> attached Effects to the Highest bidder at Publick auction for Ready
Money & apply the same towards discharging this Judgement.

10 Apr 1770 -- See survey for John Breeson, dated 20 Sep 1750.
<see 20 Sep 1750>

15 Sep 1770 -- Deed Book 14, page 36: Know all men by these presents that
I Archibale Gray of County of Frederick for and in consideration of Eighteen
Pounds paid by John McCown of said County... have bargained and Sold unto
said John McCown one Bay Gelding one Rone Mare one Black Cow one white
heffer
one red Heffer also the wheat and Indian Corn that I shall sow for the term of one
year.
witnessses: Charles Snodgrass & Nicholas Purtle<?> 
Recorded: 9 Nov 1770.
[vss - likely this is Charles who 1) witnessed John Fletcher's will & swore to it at
probate 16 Jun
1772 Berkeley Co VA/WV; 2) is in Rev. war as part of Zach Morgan's 1774
Pittsburgh PA
payroll; 3) is on 1783 & 1786 Fayette Co PA; and 4) died 1808 Monongalia Co
VA/WV]

9 Mar 1771 -- Court Order Bk. 15, pg. 173: David Snodgrass v. David Hunter,
in trespass assault & Battery. Dismissed the Plt. failing to appear.

6 May 1771 -- Deed Bk. 14, pg. 444: David Snodgrass of the Parish of Norborne
& County of Frederick in the Colony of Virginia of the one part and John 
McClean 
of the same...5 shillings...tract of land containing 235 acres...lying
and being situate near the North Mountain on Tuscarorah Run one of the Drains
of Opeckon in the County of Frederick the same being part of two greater
tracts the first being part of a tract of land of 1650 acres formerly granted
to George Robertson and John Poteat by patent bearing date the 12th day of
November 1735 being formerly in possession of Richard Beeson Sen'r by virtue
of conveyance of lease & release from the said Robertson and Poteat and Ann
his wife and dated th 29th of Sep. 1737 as may appear and after in possession
of Benjamin Beeson by deed of conveyance...from the said Richard Beeson sen'r
bearing date 6 Jan 1743...and after in possession of Andrew Paul by
deed...from the said Benjamin Beeson bearing date 11 Jan 1752 ...and in
possession of David and John Snodgrass ...by deed...from the said Andrew Paul
bearing date 29 Jun 1757 and now occupied and in possession by the said John
McClean also the other tract being a tract of 201 acres of land granted to
David & John Snodgrass by patent out of the proprietors office of the Northern
Neck bearing date 26 Aug 1766 the bounds including the bargained premises
or 230 acres...Beginning at 2 locust saplings in a valley in the first line of
the 2 original tracts and running thence S 28 E 286 poles to 2 white oaks
and one black oak thence N 83 E 5 poles to 3 white oaks thence N 1.30 W 288
poles to 2 black walnut saplings on a heap of rocks corner to William Patterson
thence N 86.30 W 76 poles to 2 hiccory saplings on a small heap of rocks
thence N 22 E 126 poles to a white oak by a large ledge of rocks thence N
21.30 W 44 poles to a hiccory sapling on a hill thence N 6 E 227 poles to a
black walnut sapling in a valley thence S 83.30 W 23 poles to 2 white oaks
& 2 black oaks thence S 17.30 W 197 poles to 2 white oak saplings & one black
oak ditto thence S 40 W 60 poles to a white oak thence S 3 E 84 poles to 2 tame
cherry trees and a plumb tree on the north side of Tuscaraorah Run thence
crossing said run S 10 E 74 poles to the beginning containing 235 acres...
<this is the "lease">...
David Snodgrass
witnesses: William Peterson, John Savry?, John Hanna
Recorded 7 May 1771.

7 May 1771 -- Deed Bk. 14, pg. 445: David Snodgrass & Margaret his wife
to John McClean...450 pounds current money of Pennsylvania... 
<this is the "release" of the above deed>...
David Snodgrass
Margaret (her mark) Snodgrass
witnesses: William Peterson, John Lowry?, John Hanna
Recorded 7 May 1771.

10 May 1771 -- Court Order Bk. 15, pg. 231: Joseph Snodgrass vs. John Jenkins,
in
dept. 
Dismissed being agreed by the Parties.

18 Nov 1771 -- Court Order Bk. 15, pg. 296: Upon the Petition of David
Snodgrass against William Blair for Debt due by a note this day came the
Plt. by his attorney and the Deft having been duly served with a Copy of the
Petition and summoned to appear was solemnly called but came not. It is
therefore considered by the Court that the Plt. recover against the Deft. four
pounds sixteen shillings Virginia Currency and his costs by him in this behalf
expended.
The Petition of David Snodgrass against John McSwine is dismissed the
Deft. agreeing to pay the costs.

7 Aug 1772 -- Court Order Bk. 15, pg. 372: The Petition of Joseph Snodgrass
against Jacob Hite is dismissed.

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1772 -- Berkeley Co., VA/WV, made from Frederick Co.
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29 Sep 1789 -- Unrecorded will from Land Grant Office Records: Sam'l
Snodgrass, James Adair, & James Larkin witnessed the will of Roger Duff.

22 Jul 1793 -- Marriage bond issued for James Snodgrass and Elizabeth
Cusick/Cusyck. Consent, Vance Bush; witness, Capt. James Brady; Bondsman,
John Brady.

1 Aug 1809 -- Susannah Snodgrass m. Frederick Lambert; by Christian Strelt.

1833 -- History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley...page 194: J. L. Snodgrass
practiced before the bar, starting in 1833.

15 Jun 1863 -- David Snodgrass, Co D of the 123rd Regt. of Ohio Infantry,
was wounded in the left wrist near Winchester, and treated by the Regt.
Surgeon. (see pension application of David Snodgrass, Crawford Co., OH)

1 Nov 1930 -- Marriage Bk. 69, pg. 135: William S. Snodgrass m. Mildred
Josephine Dixon.

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GILES COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.582)

CENSUS RECORDS
1820 census - yes
1830 census - yes
1840 census - yes
1850 census - yes
1860 census - yes
1870 census - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes

LAND RECORDS
Deed indexes (in courthouse) yes
Film #31,732 = Survey Books, 1807-1845 - yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Virginia Regimental Series, vol. 115: The Virginia Home Guards: 7th
Battalion Infantry Local Defense Troops (1st Nitre Battalion, 
3rd Nitre District) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #31,724 = Probate Index, 1806-1953 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages (in courthouse) yes
Giles County Marriages, 1806-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes

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RECORDS

[vss - found at website http://ls.net/~newriver/va/gile1806.htm]

1806 Personal Property Tax List for Giles Co VA 

John Snodgrass 1 white tithe; 1 horse; .12 tax
Joseph Snodgrass 1 ; 1 ; .12
Robert Snodgrass 1 ; 3 ; .36
William Snodgrass 1 ; - ; -
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8 Jul 1806 -- Deed Book A, page 20: Joseph Snodgrass from Packer Lucas.

14 Oct 1806 -- Ann Snodgrass married John Webb; bond John Webb & Josiah
Givons; permission Robert Snodgrass, father; wit. George Webb & Jacob
McPherson.

12 Dec 1809 -- Deed Book A, page 158: John Snodgrass of Giles Co., VA 
(no wife listed) to John White.

23 Apr 1810 -- Deed Book A, page 180: Joseph Snodgrass of Giles Co., VA 
(no wife listed) to James White.

24 Mar 1811 -- Polley Snodgrass married James McKenzie (page 24); bond
James Coplea, who testifies that Mordecai McKenzie attests to James's age.

17 Feb 1813 -- Survey Book, page 173: 
Surveyed for Joseph Snodgrass 100 acres of land by virtue of an entry
made the 27th day of Jan. 1812 on part of a land office Exchange Treasury
warrant No. 1081 & dated the 25th day of April 1801 lying & being in the
county of Giles on the waters of sinking creek a branch of new River &
bounded as followeth (to wit)
Beginning at a chestnut corner to Mikajah Bradleys land on the top of a
ridge thence N 38W 40 poles to a black oak on the top of a ridge S 37 W 90
poles to a white oak and poplar on the side of a hill S 69 W 92 poles to two
sugar trees in a hollow on a line of Jacob Snidows land and with the same 
S 24 E 122 poles to a walnut & white oak on a rocky hill side near said 
snidows fence N 43 E 236 poles to four chestnut oaks on George Fry line 
thence N 82 W 45 poles to the beginning.
Variation 3 degrees East Ballzar Lybrook
Feb. 17th 1813 Phillip Lybrook
Warrant No. 1081 on which this survey founds remains in my office for
further appropriations.

15 Sep 1815 -- Hasiny Snodgrass <Frances Snodgrass> married 
Isaac Williams; bond Robert Snodgrass.
<Note: We need to check the original of this bond to see if Hasiny is just
a mis-reading of Frances.>

15 Jan 1819 -- Survey Book, page 281:
Surveyed for Robert Snodgrass 18 acres of land by virtue of an entry made
the 25th day of August 1818 on a part of a land office treasury warrant for
1800 acres No. 6266 & dated the 15th day of May 1818 lying and being in the
county of Giles on both sides of John's Creek and bounded as followeth (to
wit) Beginning at a white oak by a path corner to Jan Martains and also corner
to William Walkers line & with Walkers N 48 E 194 poles to two black oaks
on the bank of the creek thence leaving the same S 10 E 34 poles crossing the
creek to a white oak and black oak corner to Jane Martain land & with the
same S 67 W 179 poles crossing the creek to the beginning.
variation 2 degrees East Philip Lybrook
Jan. 15th 1819.
Warrant No. 6266 etc.

3 Aug 1819 -- Joseph Snodgrass married Rebecca Kirk (of age), d/o Thomas
Kirk (page 27)
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1820 Census
page 121:
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 10-16, 1 m 16-26, 1 m 26-45.
Robert Snodgrass = 1 m 10-16, 1 m 16-26, 1 m 26-45, 
1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26, 2 f 45+.
Martain Snodgrass = 1 m 26-45, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 26-45.
<These need to be rechecked, as there were only 5 columns for males,
whereas there should have been six.>
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28 Apr 1821 -- Peggy Snodgrass married Isaac Burton (page 28); bond
Marshall Burton & Joseph Snodgrass.
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1824 -- Logan County, (W)VA, formed from Kanawha, Cabell, & Giles
Counties.
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26 Mar 1827 -- Juliet Snodgrass married Lewis Fillenger (page 32); bond
Joseph Snodgrass (x).

22 Jun 1827 -- Deed Book C, page 368: Joseph Snodgrass of Giles Co., VA 
(no wife listed) to Randolph Lucas.

6 Mar 1830 -- Deed Book C, page 698: Robert Snodgrass of Giles Co., VA, 
to William Walker of Giles Co., VA.
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1830 Census
page 235:
Martin Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 15-20, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 
1 f 10-15, 1 f 20-30.
page 236:
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 30-40, 
1 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 1 f 30-40.
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15 May 1837 -- Joseph Snodgrass married Elizabeth Mannion/Mannon, d/o
William Mannion/Mannon; both of Giles Co. <may be 1838 instead>.
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1840 Census
page 253:
Joseph Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 
1 m 30-40, 1 f 0-5, 2 f 10-15, 1 f 20-30.

page 256:
Ralph Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 0-5, 
1 f 20-30, 1 f 60-70.

page 261:
Caleb Snodgrass - 1 m 5-10, 1 m 20-30, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
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26 Dec 1842 -- Eston Snodgrass married Sarah Ann Camper, d/o Peter 
(page 47).

18 Mar 1848 -- Deed Book H, page 153: Joseph Snodgrass of Giles Co., VA 
(no wife listed) to John Meadows.

2 Jun 1849 -- Luvizie A. Snodgrass married Christian S. Moser (page 43);
bond Joseph Snodgrass, father.

9 Nov 1849 -- Deed Book H, page 499: Joseph Snodgrass & wife Elizabeth to
Emanuel Meadows.
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1850 Census
#68/68:
Jo. Snodgrass 50-M-VA farmer
Susan Snodgrass 80-F-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 30-F-VA
Ralph Snodgrass 20-M-VA
Andrew K. Snodgrass 16-M-VA
Elizabeth W. Snodgrass 12-F-VA
Leftwich Snodgrass 10-M-VA
Miran Snodgrass 8-F-VA
Isaac W. Snodgrass 6-M-VA
Sarah S. Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Claibourn Snodgrass 6/12-M-VA
<1860 Menard Co., IL>

#386/369:
Calib Snodgrass 36-M-VA farmer
Mary Snodgrass 32-F-VA
Lucinda Snodgrass 13-F-VA
Cynthia Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Cemantha Snodgrass 9-F-VA
Caleb Snodgrass 6-M-VA
Mary A. Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Martha J. Snodgrass 1-F-VA
Elizabeth Huffman 51-F-VA
<1860 Craig Co., VA>

#278/262:
Ralph Snodgrass 48-M-VA farmer
Nancy Snodgrass 37-F-VA
Sylvester Snodgrass 14-M-VA
Susan Snodgrass 13-F-VA
William J. Snodgrass 11-M-VA
Louisa Snodgrass 9-F-VA
Perry M.? Snodgrass 7-M-VA
Emmerilda? Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Miles H. Snodgrass 3-M-VA

#887/880:
Estel Snodgrass 30-M-VA farmer
Sarah Snodgrass 32-F-VA
Luema Snodgrass 6-F-VA
John C. Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Catharn Frances Snodgrass 1/12-F-VA b. 24 May 1850
Columbia Snodgrass 1/12- -VA b. 24 May 1850
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14 Sep 1852 -- Deed Book I, page 163: Ralph Snodgrass of Giles

30 Jun 1854 -- Deed Book I, page 417: Ralph Snodgrass

13 Nov 1858 -- George W. Snodgrass born on Walkers Creek, 
s/o Eston Snodgrass & Sarah A. (Camper) Snodgrass.

1 Mar 1860 -- Wm. J. Snodgrass, 21, farmer, of Giles Co., VA, 
s/o Ralph & Nancy Snodgrass; married Elizabeth C. Meadows, 16, of 
Giles Co., VA, d/o Emanuel & Philander Meadows (page 8).
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1860 Census

Staffordsville P.O., page 774, #40/40:
Estill Snodgrass 40-M-VA farm laborer, 0/$185
Sarah Snodgrass 41-F-VA
Luema Snodgrass 15-F-VA domestic
John Snodgrass 14-M-VA
Columbia Snodgrass 10-F-VA
Catherine Snodgrass 10-F-VA twins
Sarah Snodgrass 7-F-VA
Sena Snodgrass 4-F-VA
George Snodgrass 1-M-VA

page 800, #239/211:
Ralph Snodgrass 58-M-VA farmer, $1500/1030
Nancy Snodgrass 57-F-VA
Silvester Snodgrass 25-M-VA farm laborer
Virginia Snodgrass 24-F-VA domestic
Louisa Snodgrass 19-F-VA domestic
Perrin Snodgrass 17-M-VA farm laborer
Emarilla Snodgrass 15-F-VA domestic
Miles Snodgrass 12-M-VA
Martha Snodgrass 8-F-VA
(page 801)
Sarah Snodgrass 7-F-VA

New River White Sulphur Springs P.O., page 834, #402/414:
Emanuel Meadows 37-M-VA farmer & constable, $3000/500
***
William Snodgrass 22-M-VA farm laborer
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31 Mar 1861 -- Rachel E. Snodgrass born in Giles Co. 
(not recorded in courthouse).

23 May 1861 -- Susan V. Snodgrass, 25, b. Giles Co., VA, 
d/o Ralph & Nancy Snodgrass; married Isaac R. Woolf, 23, b. Allegheny Co.,
s/o Isaac & Maryann Woolf (page 9).

30 Aug 1863 -- Perrin M. Snodgrass, b. 20 May 1813, died 30 Aug 1863, bur.
Snodgrass Cemetery, Spruce Run, Route 605, Ira Kessinger property.

2 Nov 1863 -- 7th Battalion Infantry Local Defense Troops was organized in
Nov 1863 with three companies, composed of men detailed to work in the nitre
industry in southwest Virginia. It was commanded by Major R. C. Morton. 
The importance of war materiel to the Confederate cause, especially 
gunpowder, made the work of these men more important than any comparable 
service they could perform in a line unit. It is not clear that this battalion was 
ever called into active service.
1st Nitre Battalion, 3rd Nitre District, Company A: Enlisted on 2 Nov 1863 
in Giles Co., and was led by Captain S. B. Garraway, 1st Lieutenant H. C.
French, and 2nd Lieutenant A. F. Croy. S. Snodgrass, age 28. Miles to
rendezvous 1. Transferred from Porterfield's Co., 36th VA Inf. Not found
on the rolls of the 36th.
William J. Snodgrass, age 25. Miles to rendezvous 1. Transferred from
Co. F, 24th VA Inf.

25 May 1864 -- Sylvester Snodgrass, s/o Ralph & Nancy Snodgrass, married
Luemma Kirk, d/o Hiram Kirk.

21 Jun 1864 -- John W. Snodgrass married Mary Jane Rowan, widow, age 27,
d/o Stewart & Frances ___. <we need to re-check this>.

7 Mar 1865 -- S. N./M. Snodgrass born on Spruce Run, s/o Sylvester &
Luemma (Kirk) Snodgrass.

20 May 1866 -- Walter A./P. Snodgrass born (folio 43).

14 Jan 1869 -- Emmarilla Snodgrass, 23 <21?>, b. Giles Co., d/o Ralph &
Nancy Snodgrass; married John M. McCrosky, 25, b. Giles Co., 
s/o Robert S. & Martha McCrosky (page 17).

11 May 1870 -- Emmarilla McCroskey, d/o Ralph & Nancy Snodgrass, 
b. 28 Apr 1845, died 11 May 1870, bur. Snodgrass Cem., Spruce Run 
(also buried here is L. J. McCroskey, 12 Apr 1870 (only date))
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1870 Census

Pembroke Twp., page 261, #164/162:
William Snodgrass 32-M-VA farmer, 0/$179
Suzy<?> Snodgrass 26-F-VA
John Snodgrass 7-M-VA
Henderson Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Chester Snodgrass 2-M-VA

#165/163:
Silvester Snodgrass 36-M-VA farmer 0/$150
Ellen<?> Snodgrass 36-F-VA
Missouri Snodgrass 6-F-VA
Walter<?> Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Lewis Epling 25-M-VA farmer $500/0
Ellen Epling 21-F-VA
John Epling 1-M-VA

<The film was quite dim, and I was unable to find a Ralph Snodgrass indexed
on this page also.>
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5 May 1871 -- Martha E. Snodgrass, b. 27 Aug 1851, died 5 May 1871, bur.
Snodgrass Cem., Spruce Run.

30 Oct 1875 -- Purley W. Snodgrass died 30 Oct 1875, age 14m, 
d/o William J. & Elizabeth Meadows Snodgrass.

20 Mar 1876 -- Ader A. Snodgrass born, d/o Wm. J. Snodgrass & 
Eliz. C. (Meadows) Snodgrass.
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1880 Soundex

Pembroke Magisterial Dist., 14-33-44-11:
Sylvester Snodgrass 44-M-VA
Luema Snodgrass 42-F-VA wife
S. M. Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter <Samildria M.>
W. P. Snodgrass 14-M-VA son <Walter P.>
D. E. Snodgrass 10-M-VA son <Dexter E.>
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1 Apr 1881 -- Deed Book N, page 547: Ralph Snodgrass & Nancy his wife, to
Sylvester Snodgrass; out of love and affection for Sylvester; residue payable
upon equible settlement of estate of said Ralph Snodgrass.

29 Jul 1881 -- Deed Book N, page 541: Ralph Snodgrass & Nancy to Miles H.
Snodgrass; they release their interest in land purchased jointly.

17 Sep 1881 -- Alva/Abua M. Snodgrass born (Folio 69).

7 Mar 1884 -- Arthur V. Snodgrass born.

6 May 1884 -- Deed Book P, page 112: Miles H. Snodgrass & Sarah Elizabeth
his wife, to Louisa Leftwich.

6 May 1884 -- Deed Book P, page 442: Ralph Snodgrass & Nancy his wife

6 May 1884 -- Deed Book P, page 443: Miles H. Snodgrass & Sarah E. his
wife, to Louisa Leftwich.

7 May 1884 -- Deed Book P, page 114: Ralph Snodgrass & Nancy his wife to
Miles H. Snodgrass of Giles.

22 Dec 1884 -- Ralph Snodgrass d. 22 Dec 1884, age 83y, s/o Joseph & 
Susan Snodgrass.

22 Dec [1884] -- Ralph Snodgrass, b. 25 Mar 1802, d. 22 Dec 1811 <sic>,
bur. Snodgrass Cemetery, Spruce Run.
<Note: The published cemetery reading has Ralph's death date as 
22 Dec 1811, which is patently false.>

14 Sep 1885 -- Deed Book R, page 49: Miles H. Snodgrass

14 Sep 1885 -- Deed Book R, page 50: William J. Snodgrass & Elizabeth his
wife
of the county of Washington, State of Tennessee, to Miles H. Snodgrass of
Giles; part of the farm owned by Ralph Snodgrass.

17 Nov 1886 -- Nancy Snodgrass, d/o Wm. & Susannah McCoy, b. 20 Jun 1809,
died
17 Nov 1886, bur. Snodgrass Cem., Spruce Run.

24 Nov 1888 -- Deed Book Q, page 536: T. H. Leftwich & Louisa his wife, and
M.
S. Wright & Clementine his wife, to Miles H. Snodgrass, all of Giles Co.,
VA;
land left by Ralph Snodgrass to his lawful heirs.

30 Nov 1888 -- Louisia Leftwich, w/o T. W. Leftwich, d/o Ralph Snodgrass,
died
30 Nov 1888 age 48y 25d, bur. Snodgrass Cem., Spruce Run.

1889 -- Alma Snodgrass, b. 1881, died 1889, bur. Snodgrass Cem., Spruce
Run.

26 Apr 1890 -- Deed Book Q, page 537: Sylvester Snodgrass & Lieuammia C.
Snodgrass his wife, to Miles H. Snodgrass; land left by Ralph Snodgrass to
his
legal heirs.

22 Sep 1894 -- Deed Book S, page 214: Miles H. Snodgrass & Sallie E. his
wife

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1900 Census

Pembroke Dist., 21-22-4-29, #68/68:
Sylvester Snotgrass 65-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1835 m. 32y, farmer, o.f.f.
Liuanna Snotgrass 62-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1838 wife, 3 ch, 3 liv
Dextor E. Snotgrass 29-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1870 son, day laborer

21-22-4-40:
Miles Snodgrass 52-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1848 m. 20y, farmer, o.f.f.
Sarah Snodgrass 45-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1855 wife, 3 ch, 2 liv
Fannie Snodgrass 13-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1886 daughter
Anther Snodgrass 16-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1884 son, day laborer

Walkers Creek Dist., 21-24-5-47, #73/74:
Walter P. Snodgrass 34-M-VA/VA/VA May 1866 m. 9y, farmer, r.f.
Ella L. Snodgrass 35-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1864 wife, 0 ch, 0 liv
Emmet L. Miller 2-M-VA/WV/VA Dec 1897 lodger
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--

12 Feb 1904 -- Deed Book X, page 445: Miles H. Snodgrass

17 Mar 1906 -- Luemma C. Snodgrass, b. 22 Feb 1838, d. 17 Mar 1906, wife of
Sylvester.

27 Jul 1908 -- Elmer H. Snodgrass, son of A. V. & Maudd Snodgrass, b. 11
Apr
1908, d. 27 Jul 1908, bur. Snodgrass Cemetery, Spruce Run.

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1910 Miracode

27-24-182:
Walter Snadgrass 42-M-VA
Ellen Snadgrass 43-F-VA wife
(+ 1 non-relative)
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--

3 Jan 1912 -- Deed Book 31, page 186: Sylvester Snodgrass & Lieuamma his
wife,
to Walter P. Snodgrass & Dexter E. Snodgrass of Giles Co., VA, and to
Samildria M. Smith of Montgomery Co., VA.
<Note: Since Lieuamma was dead in 1906, the date given here must be the
date
the deed was recorded, not the date it was signed.>

2 Feb 1912 -- Deed Book 31, page 210: W. P. Snodgrass, Walter P. Snodgrass,
Dexter E. Snodgrass, Samildria M. Smith, & Harmon W. Smith (don't know who
was
selling to whom)

9 Feb 1912 -- Deed Book 31, page 212: Walter P. Snodgrass & Ella L. his
wife

12 Jun 1913 -- Deed Book 32, page 366: Miles H. Snodgrass

12 Jun 1913 -- Deed Book 32, page 369: Sylvester Snodgrass

5 Jul 1913 -- Deed Book 33, page 32: Miles H. Snodgrass

21 Apr 1919 -- Deed Book 36, page 420: Sylvester Snodgrass

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--
1920 Soundex

Goodwin Ferry, 27-32-6-41:
Vinn Snodgrass 35-M-VA
Maud Snodgrass 30-F-VA wife
Leona Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
Ray Snodgrass 6-M-VA son
Nellie Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Ruth Snodgrass 1-F-VA daughter
Miles H. Snodgrass 72-M-VA father
Sarry E. Snodgrass 65-F-VA mother

27-35-8-84:
Dexter E. Snodgrass 50-M-VA
(living alone)

27-35-8-80:
Walter G. Snodgrass 53-M-VA
Ellen L. Snodgrass 54-F-VA wife
Emmit L. Snodgrass 22-M-VA adopted son
Sylvester Snodgrass 84-M-VA father
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--

26 May 1922 -- Deed Book 39, page 401: Miles H. Snodgrass

10 Mar 1923 -- Miles H. Snodgrass, b. 28 Feb 1848, died 10 Mar 1923, bur.
Snodgrass Cem., Spruce Run.

14 Apr 1923 -- Sylvester Snodgrass, b. 30 Jan 1835, died 14 Apr 1923, bur.
Kirk Cem.

1923 -- Will Book 7, page 6: Sylvester Snodgrass heirs.

23 Mar 1924 -- Sallie E. Snodgrass, wife of Miles H. Snodgrass, b. 1 Jan
1855,
d. 23 Mar 1924, bur. Snodgrass Cem., Spruce Run.

1 Feb 1950 -- Eleanor L. Snodgrass, b. 1 Sep 1865, died 1 Feb 1950, bur.
Birchlawn Cem.

1950 -- Will Book 10, page 376: Ella M. Snodgrass heirs.

1950 -- Will Book 10, pages 383 & 384: Walter P. Snodgrass will & heirs.

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GLOUCESTER COUNTY
SOURCES (975.532)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Records of Colonial Gloucester Co., VA (Mason) NS

TAX RECORDS
Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties; Gloucester, 1770-1771,
1774-1775 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Gloucester Co., VA, Marriages, 1749-1778 (Gioe) NS
Gloucester Co. Marriages, 1749-1779 (Hunting for Bears) NS
Kingston Parish Register, Gloucester & Mathews Counties, 1749-1827
(Matheny & Yates) NS
Marriages of Gloucester Co., VA, Book 1, 1853-1895 (Haywood) NS
The Vestry Book of Kingston Parish, Mathews Co., VA (until 1 May 1791
Gloucester Co.), 1679-1796 (Chamberlayne) NS
The Vestry Book of Petsworth Parish, Gloucester Co., VA, 1677-1793
(Chamberlayne) NS

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GOOCHLAND COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5455)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Grave Sites & Cemeteries in Goochland Co., VA (Hamner) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1830 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Goochland Co. Court Order Books, 1728-1735: An Every-Name Index (TLC
Gen.) NS
Goochland Co. Court Orders, 1735-1737 (TLC Gen.) NS
Goochland Co. Road Orders, 1728-1744 (Pawlett) NS

LAND RECORDS
Goochland Co., VA, Deeds, 1741-1745 (TLC Gen.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Wills from Goochland Co., VA, 1727-1777 (Henley) NS
Goochland Co., VA, Wills & Deeds, vol. 1-3, 1728-1749 (Weisiger) NS

VITAL RECORDS
The Douglas Register, Being a Detailed Record of Births, Marriages, &
Deaths, Together with Other Interesting Notes, As Kept by the Rev. William
Douglas, from 1750-1797 (Jones) NS
Goochland Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1730-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Goochland Co., VA, Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns, 1816-1854
(Hughes
& Standefer) NS
Index to The Vestry Book of King William Parish, VA, 1707-1750 (Gen.
Soc.
of Utah) NS
St. James Northam Parish Vestry Book, 1744-1850 (Hopkins) yes

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**
RECORDS

4 Mar 1776 -- St. James Northam Parish Vestry Book: John Snodgrass,
Merchant,
for Sunday Services done at Lickinghole Church by Joseph Barker.

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GRAYSON COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5717)

CENSUS RECORDS
1820 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Grayson Co., VA, Order Book - 1827 (Anderson) NS

HISTORY
Pioneer Settlers of Grayson Co., VA (Nuckolls--1914) NS
Spring Valley: Yesterday & Today (Gentry) NS

JOURNALS
The Virginia Genealogist

LAND RECORDS
Film #31,744 = Deed Index, grantor, 1793-1914 - NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Grayson Countians in the Civil War (Weaver) NS
Minutes of the Confederate Pension Board for Grayson Co., VA (Weaver)
unindexed, didn't do

VITAL RECORDS
Grayson Co., VA, Marriage Register 1 (Baker) NS
Grayson Co., VA, Marriages, vol. 1 & 2, 1853-1905 (Weaver) NS
Film #31,758 = Index to Marriages, 1793-1953 - NS

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RECORDS

Jun 1982 -- The VA Gen., vol. 26, page 156: 
Query: #2963. HAMPTON-HUDDLE-CAMPBELL-SNODGRASS. Seek
parents of
John
H. Hampton, born 1827-28, N.C., married Widow Catherine Huddle, nee
Campbell
or Snodgrass, born 1824-25, Va.; lived near Independence, Grayson Co., VA.,
1860. Children: Henry, born 1858-59; Rose Campbell Hampton, born 15 Jul
1861.
Submitted by J. R. Pearman, 1330 Sharon Road, Tallahassee, FL 32303 (June
1982).

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GREENE COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5375)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

LAND RECORDS
The Octonia Grant in Orange & Greene Counties (Grymes) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Greene Co. Marriages, 1838-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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GREENSVILLE COUNTY and the city of EMPORIA
SOURCES (975.5572 & 975.5573)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Greensville Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1781-1852 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Greensville Co., VA, Marriages, 1781-1853 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Greensville Co., VA, 1781-1825
(Knorr) NS

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HALIFAX COUNTY & the city of SOUTH BOSTON
SOURCES (975.5661 & 975.5662)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Halifax Co., VA, Cemeteries, vol. 1 & 2 (Waldrup) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Virginia's District Courts, 1789-1809: Records of the Prince Edward
District: Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, & Prince Edward
Counties; wills to 1829, deeds to 1815 (Warren) NS
Halifax Co., VA, Court Orders, 1755-1758: Plea Book No. 2, Part 1
(TLC
Gen.) NS
Plea Book 1, Halifax Co., VA, 1752-1755 (Chiarito) NS

HISTORY
Halifacts (Barbour--1941) NS
A History of Halifax Co., VA (Carrington--1969) NS
History of Halifax, vol. 1 & 2 (Edmunds) NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed Book 7, 1767-1770, Halifax Co., VA (Chiarito) NS
Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present VA Counties
of
Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito) NS
Footprints from the Old Survey Books of Halifax & Pittsylvania Cos. in
Virginia (Dodson) NS
Halifax Co., VA, Deed Book 1, 1752-1759 (Chiarito) NS
Halifax Co., VA, Deed Book 9 &10, 1773-1778 (TLC Gen.) NS
Halifax Co., VA, Deeds, 2 vol., 1778-1790 (TLC Gen.) NS
Halifax Co., VA, Deed Book 15, 1790-1793 (TLC Gen.) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Abstractions of Exemptions from Military Service and etc., 1862-63: A
Record of Halifax Co., Court House, Halifax, VA (Boisseau) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Halifax Co., VA, Wills, 1792-1797 (TLC Gen.) NS
Will Book 0 & 1, 1752-1783, Halifax Co., VA (Chiarito) NS
Will Book 2, 1783-1792, Halifax Co., VA (Chiarito & Prendergast) NS

TAX RECORDS
Halifax Co., VA, Colonial Poll & Tithables Lists (Warren) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Halifax Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1753-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Halifax Co., VA, 1753-1800
(Knorr) NS
Marriages of Halifax Co., VA, 1801-1831 (Chiarito & Prendergast) NS
Vestry Book of Antrim Parish, Halifax Co., VA, 1752-1817 (Chiarito)
NS

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HANOVER COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5462)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Hanover Co., VA, Superior Court Records (Abercrombie)
vol. 1: 1809-1826, 1815-1825 - NS
vol. 2: Superior Court of Law, 1827-1830 - NS
Superior Court of Law & Chancery, 1831-1838 - NS

HISTORY
Index of Persons Mentioned in Rosewell Page's "Hanover County, Its
History and Legends" (Lockhard) NS <military rosters were unindexed, didn't
do>

LAND RECORDS
Hanover Co., VA, Deeds, 1783-1792 (Davis) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Virginia Migrations, Hanover Co.: Wills, Deeds, Depositions,
Invoices,
Letters, and other Documents of Historical and Genealogical Interest
(Glazebrook & Glazebrook)
vol. 1, 1723-1850 - NS
vol. 2, 1743-1871 - NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Hanover Co. Chancery Wills & Notes (Cocke) NS

TAX RECORDS
Hanover Co. Taxpayers, St. Paul's Parish, 1782-1815 (Cocke) NS
Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties; Hanover, 1763 & 1770 -
NS

VITAL RECORDS
The Vestry Book of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., VA, 1706-1786
(Chamberlayne) NS

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HENRICO COUNTY and the city of RICHMOND
SOURCES (975.5453 & 975.5451)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Confederate Burials, Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, VA (---) unindexed,
didn't do
List of Confederate Veterans Buried in Hollywood Cemetery from Camp
Lee
Soldiers Home, 1894-1946 (Markham) NS
Register of the Confederate Dead Interred in Hollywood Cemetery,
Richmond, VA (Hollywood Mem. Assoc.--1869) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census - yes
1870 census index - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

COURT RECORDS
Henrico Co., VA, Ct. Order Books, 1737-1746: An Every Name Index (TLC
Gen.) NS
Orphans Court Book, 1677-1739, Henrico Co., VA (Warner) NS

HISTORY
A Richmond Reader, 1733-1983 (Duke & Jordan) NS
Virginia & the Virginians: City of Richmond, 1606-1888 (Brock--1888) NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed & Will Abstracts of Richmond City Hustings Court, VA, 1782-1794, 
2 vol. (Sparacio) NS
Henrico Co., VA, Deeds, vol. 1-3, 1677-1750 (Weisiger) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Cornbread & Maggots, Cloak & Dagger: Union Prisoners and Spies in Civil
War 
Richmond (Ryan) yes
Libby Prison Autograph Book, Jan-Feb 1864 (Casey) NS
Richmond, VA, Home of the Confederate Navy & the Confederate Navy's
Contribution 
to the Cause (Wren) unindexed, didn't do
Richmond Volunteers: The Volunteer Companies of the City of Richmond and
Henrico Co., VA, 1861-1865 (Manarin & Wallace) unindexed, didn't do

NEWSPAPERS
Death Notices from Richmond, VA, Newspapers, 1821-1840 (VA Gen. Soc.)
NS
Marriage Notices from Richmond, VA, Newspapers, 1821-1840 (VA Gen.
Soc.)
NS
Marriages and Deaths from Richmond, VA, Newspapers, 1780-1820 (VA Gen.
Soc.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
City of Richmond, VA, Wills, 1782-1810 (Weisiger) NS
Colonial Wills of Henrico Co., VA, Pt. 1 & 2, 1654-1781 (Weisiger) NS
Film #31,781 = probate index, 1781-1904 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George, & Dinwiddie 
Counties, VA, 1720-1798 (Chamberlayne) NS
Henrico Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1780-1861 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) yes
Marriage Bonds of Henrico Co., VA, 1782-1853 (Pollock) NS
Marriages of Henrico Co., VA, 1680-1808 (Lindsay) NS
Marriages Performed by Phillip Courtney, Minister of the Methodist Church
at Richmond, VA, 1816-1865 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Richmond City, VA, Marriage Bonds, 1780-1866 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Virginia Marr. Bonds, Richmond City, vol. 1, 1797-1853 (Reddy & Riffe) NS

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RECORDS

8 Nov 1823 -- Family Visitor, Richmond: Died in Fincastle, Miss Jane
Snodgrass, age 22 (date of newspaper).

23 Nov 1837 -- Caroline Snodgrass married Christian Bona.

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--
1860 Census

Richmond, 2nd Ward, page 388, #963/1108:
Chas. E. Snodgrass 29-M-VA merchant, 0/$5000
Jessie R. Snodgrass 28-F-VA
Maurice Snodgrass 3-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 1-F-VA
C. M. Lewis 19-M-VA clerk
<1850 Campbell Co., VA>
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--

8 Oct 1863 -- Sgt. John Snodgrass, Co. G, 76th PA, died 8 Oct 1863, Belle
Isle
(Unit Roster)
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-
1870 Census

Varina Twp., page 445: Charles Snodgrass <we need this one>
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-

1 Jan 1878 -- See deed in Berkeley Co., WV; Mary Virginia (Snodgrass) Tabb
&
L. Philip Tabb, her husband, sell land she inherited from her father,
William
T. Snodgrass.

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-
1880 Soundex

17-93-34-41:
C. E. Snodgrass 49-M-VA
J. R. Snodgrass 50-F-VA wife
Mary Snodgrass 20-F-VA daughter
Alace Snodgrass 18-F-VA daughter
Fanny Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
Juliet Snodgrass 11-F-VA daughter
Blanch Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
Louis Snodgrass 16-M-VA son
Rose Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
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--
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--
1900 Census

City of Richmond, #10x So. 2nd St., 67-65-20-20 <numbers are wrong, need to
re-check soundex>:
Charles E. Snodgrass 71-M-VA xxx 1828
Alice Snodgrass 37-F-VA Feb 1863 daughter
Juliet Woodson 33-F-VA Apr 1867 daughter
William S. Woodson 42-M-VA Jul 1857 son-in-law
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--
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--
1910 Miracode

City of Richmond, 76-66-190:
Geo. W. Borth
***
Mary C. Snodgrass 51-F-VA sister-in-law
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--
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--
1920 Soundex

17-16-9-65:
Edward T. Field
***
Roxie Snodgrass 15-F-VA servant

67-134-22-8:
Children's Home, Society of Virginia
***
Roxie Snodgrass 14-F-VA inmate
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HENRY COUNTY and the city of MARTINSVILLE
SOURCES (975.5692 & 975.5693)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Follow the Periwinkle: Cemetery Records of Henry Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2
(VA-NC Piedmont Gen. Soc.) NS
Oakwood Cemetery Lot Index, 30 Sep 1990 (Martinsville Cemetery Assoc.)
NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Complete Index and Abstract of the Henry Co. Order Books 1 & 2,
1777-1782
(Blunt) NS

HISTORY
History of Patrick & Henry Counties, VA (Pedigo & Pedigo--1977)
unindexed, didn't do
Index to Judith Parks America Hill's History of Henry County, VA, with
Biographical Sketches of Its Most prominent Citizens (Gen. Soc., LDS) NS

LAND RECORDS
Abstracts of Deed Books 3 & 4 of Henry Co., VA (Adams) NS
Abstracts of Deed Books 5 & 6, 1792-1805 (Adams) NS
Abstracts of Henry Co., Deed Books 1 & 2, 1776-1784, including surveys
made from 1778-1783 (Adams) NS
Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present VA Counties
of
Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
The Account Book of Jones, Grogan, & Jones, Blacksmiths, Henry Co.,
VA,
1848-1872 (Miller & Pruitt) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Henry Co., VA, Will Abstracts, vol. 1 & 2, 1777-1820 (Adams) NS

TAX RECORDS
1778-1780 Tax Lists of Henry Co., VA (Adams) NS

VITAL RECORDS
The Death Records of Henry Co., VA, 1853-1896, 2 vol. (Miller) NS
Henry Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1778-1849 (Dodd) NS
Marriage Bonds of Henry Co., VA, pages 1-10, Book 1, 1778-1805, 2 vol.
(DAR) NS
Henry Co. Marriagess, 1778-1849 (Hunting for Bears) NS

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HIGHLAND COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5xxx)

LAND RECORDS
Film #31,993 = Deed index, grantor & grantee, 1847-1902, Highland Co.,
VA
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ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY
SOURCES (975.554)

COURT RECORDS
Index, Isle of Wight Co., VA, Chancery Papers, 1773-1839 (Atkins & Mero) NS

HISTORY
17th Century Isle of Wight Co., VA (Boddie--1938) NS

LAND RECORDS
Isle of Wight Co., VA, Deeds, 1647-1719; Court Orders, 1693-1695;
Guardian Accounts, 1740-1767 (Hopkins) NS
Isle of Wight Co., VA, Deeds, 1720-1736 & 1741-1782, 2 vol. (Hopkins) NS
Isle of Wight Co., VA, Deeds, 1736-1741 (TLC Gen.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight Co., VA, 1657-1800, 3 vol.
(Chapman) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Isle of Wight Co., VA, 1628-1800 (Chapman) NS
Suffolk Parish Vestry Book, 1749-1784, nansemond Co., VA, & Newport Parish
Vestry 
Book, 1724-1772, Isle of Wight Co., VA (Hopkins) NS

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JAMES CITY COUNTY and the city of WILLIAMSBURG
SOURCES (975.54251 & 975.52452)

CENSUS RECORDS
1840 census transcription - NS

NEWSPAPERS
Virginia Gazette Index, 1736-1780 (Cappon & Duff) yes (xerox)
[vss - publ. Williamsburg, VA 1950, Institute of Early American History and
Culture]

[vss - and will someone look up this? Robert K. Headley Jr., "Genealogical
Abstracts from 
18th- Century Virginia Newspapers" (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co.,
1987) 

PROBATE RECORDS
Williamsburg Wills...the Chancery Court at Wm'burg (Crozier) NS
<This book contains the only probate records extant for James City Co.>

TAX RECORDS
James City Co., VA, Land Tax Records, 1782-1813 (Blackman) NS
Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties; James City Co., 1768 & 1769
- NS

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RECORDS

29 Oct 1767 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 2,
col. 2: Neil Snodgrass.

21 Jul 1768 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Rind], page 3, col. 3: William
Snodgrass.

15 Jun 1769 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Rind], page 4, col. 1: Neil
Snodgrass.

22 Jun 1770 -- [The VA Hist. Reg., vol. 3, page 22] Virginia Gazette:
Petition signed in Williamsburg (about what?) includes:
William Snodgrass.

28 Jun 1770 -- [The VA Hist. Reg., vol. 3, pages 79-80] Virginia Gazette:
[Williamsburg] At a meeting of the MERCHANTS, at the house of Mr. Anthony
Hay
(present Mr. Andrew Sprowle, Chairman to the Trade, and other members.)
Resolved that a committee be apointed to take under their
consideration
the general state of the trade of this colony [tidewater Virginia only is
represented], and that it be composed of the following Gentlemen:
Hobb's Hole: Mess. Archibald Ritchie, Willliam Woddropo, Archibald
M'Call, & William Snodgrass.
<Note: Hobb's Hole is in Essex Co., VA.>

1 Nov 1770 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Rind], page 3, col. 1: Joseph
Snodgrass.

9 May 1771 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 3,
col. 2: William Snodgrass.

26 Sep 1771 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 3,
col. 2: John Snodgrass.

7 Nov 1771 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 3,
col. 1: Willliam Snodgrass.

14 May 1772 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 2,
col. 2: William Snodgrass.

7 Apr 1774 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 3,
col. 1: John Snodgrass, William Snoddgrass, and the company of Snodgrass,
M'Call, & Elliott.

7 Apr 1774 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Rind], page 3, col. 1: John
Snodgrass & William Snodgrass, and the company of Snodgrass, M'Call, &
Elliott.

9 Jun 1774 -- Virginia Gazette [printed by Purdie/Purdie & Dixon], page 3,
col. 2: John Snodgrass.

19 Jan 1776 -- Virginia Gazettte [printed by Purdie], page 3, col. 2: John
Snodgrass.

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KING AND QUEEN COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5352)

VITAL RECORDS
The Vestry Book of Stratton Major Parish, King & Queen Co., VA,
1729-1783
(Chamberlayne) NS

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KING GEORGE COUNTY
SOURCES (975.525)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions of King George Co., VA (Klein) NS

COURT RECORDS
Order Book Abstracts of King George Co., VA, 1721-1728, 3 vol.
(Sparacio)
NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed Abstracts of King George Co., VA, 1721-1735 (Sparacio) NS
Deed Abstracts of King George Co., VA, 1773-1783 (Sparacio) NS
Deed Abstracts of King George Co., VA, 1735-1787, vol. 2-5 (Sparacio)
NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Inventory Abstracts of King George Co., VA, 1745-1765 (Sparacio) NS
Will Abstracts of King George Co., VA, 1752-1780 (Sparacio) NS

VITAL RECORDS
King George Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1715-1787 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
The Register of St. Paul's Parish, 1715-1798 (King) NS
St. Paul's Parish Register, Stafford & King George Counties (Nicklin)
NS

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KING WILLIAM COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5355)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

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LANCASTER COUNTY
SOURCES (975.522)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Order Book Abstracts of Lancaster Co., VA, 1656-1695, 9 vol. (Sparacio) NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed Abstracts of Lancaster Co., VA, 1701-1710, 2 vol. (Sparacio) NS
Deed & Will Abstracts of Lancaster Co., VA, 1652-1702, 3 vol. (Sparacio) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Revolutionary Soldiers & Sailors from Lancaster Co., VA (Nottingham) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Lancaster Co., VA, Wills, 1653-1800 (Lee) unindexed, didn't do
Lancaster Co., VA, Will Book 28, 1796-1839 
(The Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc.) NS
Will Abstracts of Lancaster Co., VA, 1675-1709, 2 vol. (Sparacio) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Lancaster Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1652-1850 (Lee) no Snodgrass grooms;
brides not indexed, didn't do

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LEE COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.5735) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions -- Lee Co., VA (Catron) - yes

CENSUS RECORDS
1820 census transcription - yes
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription- yes
1850 census transcription - yes
1860 census transcription - yes
1870 census - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

COURT RECORDS
Lee Co., VA, Court Records, vol. 1 (death records) (Catron) - yes

HISTORY
Early Settlers of Lee Co., VA, and Adjacent Cos. (Bales--1977) 
includes genealogies of the following Montgomery, Washington, Russell, 
Wythe, Lee, and Scott County families: 
vol.2, page 299: Snodgrass. <We need this.>

LAND RECORDS
Lee Co., VA, Abstracts, Deed Book 1-3, 1793-1820, 3 vol. (Duckworth) NS
Film #32,426 = Deed Index, grantor & grantee, 1732-1886 -- yes
<note: we need the correct date for this entry: Deed Book 7, page 362: 
John Snodgrass from Thomas Sewell.>

MILITARY RECORDS
Virginia Regimental Series 
vol. 89: 64th Virginia Infantry - yes
vol. 106: 25th Virginia Cavalry - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #32,423 = Probate Index, 1793-1944 -- yes

VITAL RECORDS
Lee Co., VA, Births (from Vera Boyatt)
Lee Co., VA, Death Register, 1853-1877 (Carpenter & Peters) yes
Lee Co., VA, Marriage Book 1 & 1A (Carpenter) NS
Lee Co., VA, Marriage Book 2, 1885-1914 (Carpenter & Peters) yes
Lee Co., VA, Marriage Book 2<?>, 1853-1884 (Carpenter) yes
Lee Co., VA, Marriage Book II, 1856-1916 (listing only those names with a
Harlan Co. connection) NS
Film # = Marriage records, No. 1-A, 1850-1854 - NS
Film # = Marriage records, No. 2, 1853-1916 - yes

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RECORDS 

1820 Lee Co VA Census 

page 136:
Hugh Snodgrass = 2 m 0-10, 2 m 18-26, 1 m 45+, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.
[vss - might this be Hugh & Temperance who m. 1792 Washington Co VA, and on
1810 Washington Co; had son Hiram d. 1870 Scott Co & son David d. 1859 Scott Co?]
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1840 Lee Co VA Census 

page 116: 
John Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 40-50, 1 f 30-40.
<Note: We read this as 1 f 30-40, but on the census transcription, it is 
1 f 20-30, so it needs to be re-checked.>
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1850 Lee Co VA Census 

#105/114:
Robert H. Snodgrass 28-M-VA farmer
Nancy Snodgrass 26-F-VA 
Michael Kimberland 13-M-VA
<1860 Powell Co., KY>

#457/474:
John H. Snodgrass 21-M-VA farmer
Elizabeth Snodgrass 25-F-VA
Nancy Snodgrass 2-F-VA
James Flenor 20-M-VA
<1860 Wise Co., VA>

#592/612:
William Stewart 37-M-VA farmer
Patience Stewart 30-F-KY
***
David Snodgrass 50-M-VA laborer 
[? s/o Hugh & Tempy; bro. of Hiram; d. 1859 Scott Co]

#1343/1375:
John Snodgrass 54-M-VA farming, $400 
[vss - s/o James d. ca 1843 Washington Co]
Leaer Snodgrass 50-F-VA [vss - Leah Robinson]
Alexander Snodgrass 24-M-VA farming
James Snodgrass 18-M-VA farming 
[m. 1856 Claiborne Co TN Catherine S. Thompson; 1860 Lee VA; 1870 Claiborne TN]
William Snodgrass 15-M-VA 
Samuel Snodgrass 12-M-VA

#1344/1376:
Joseph Snodgrass 26-M-VA farming
Mary Snodgrass 23-F-VA
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4 Oct 1850 -- <from Vera Boyatt> Mary A. Snodgrass, b. Washington Co., VA, died 
age 33; parents Wm. & C. Grever; spouse, Joseph Snodgrass. [vss - see 1854 & 1857]

15 Oct 1853 -- Deed Book 12, pages 284 & 286: Edward Snodgrass from 
Eli Hubbard et al.

16 Jan 1854 -- Deed Book 12, page 404: John Snodgrass from Spotswood Dodge et al.

5 Mar 1854 -- John Snodgrass, 47, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
s/o Jno. & Mary Snodgrass; married Martha Wheeler, 30, widow, b. Smythe Co., VA, 
d/o John & Ann Quinley; by James Bishop (Book 2, page 1, line 21)
[vss - I have not see the actual marriage book entry, but this John, age 47 in 1854, 
was b. 13 Jan 1806 Wash. Co VA, died 1 May 1898 Lee Co, buried Spangler Cemetery, 
and he was s/o John Snodgrass (d. 1812) & Margaret Hutton who were m. 2 Oct 1800 
Washington Co VA, who was s/o John Snodgrass (wife Mary) who d. ca Mar 1796 
Washington Co VA]

15 Apr 1854 -- John G. Snodgrass born, s/o Joseph & Mary Ann Snodgrass.

28 Apr 1856 -- Deed Book 13, page 213: John Snodgrass from Emory Hobbs & wife.

5 Sep 1856 -- Deed Book 13, page 245: Edward Snodgrass from William Cox & wife.

1856 -- Deed Book 13, page 314: Alexander Snodgrass from James Cress & wife.

4 Oct 1857 -- Mary Ann Snodgrass, age 33y, b. Washington Co., VA; died 4 Oct 1857 
of consumption, parents William & C. Greever; Joseph Snodgrass, husband (p. 10, line 67)
[vss - see 1850]

22 Oct 1857 -- Wm. R. Snodgrass, 23, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o Jno. & M.
Snodgrass; married Mary J. Covy, 22, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o Duke & M. Covy; by V. A.
Woodard (Book 2, page 4, line 6).

13 May 1858 -- Sarah Snodgrass, 19, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o E. & M. <Edward & 
Mary> Snodgrass; married Thos. Giffins, 22, farmer, b. Giles Co., VA, s/o D. & Jane 
Givens; by C. C. Blankenship (Book 2, page 5, line 12). <Note: Giffins / Givens>

18 Feb 1859 -- Virginia Snodgrass born at Martin Creek, d/o John & Matilda.

29 Jul 1859 -- Deed Bk 14, p. 277: John Snodgrass & wife to Austin Clifton.

29 Jul 1859 -- Deed Bk 14, p. 279: Martha Snodgrass et al to Austin Clifton.
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1860 Lee Co VA Census 

Jonesville P.O., page 724, #323/334:
John Snodgrass 41-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $1000/186
Matilda Snodgrass 36-F-Washington Co., VA
Mary J. Snodgrass 13-F-Washington Co., VA
Martha A. Snodgrass 10-F-Washington Co., VA
Nancy E. Snodgrass 4-F-Lee Co., VA
Amanda V. Snodgrass 1-F-Lee Co., VA
<1850 Washington Co., VA>

page 748, #478/491:
Edward H. Snodgrass 23-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, 0/$171
Eliza Snodgrass 20-F-Gilford Co., NC
Alpheus Snodgrass 1-M-Lee Co., VA
<1850 Washington Co., VA>

page 762, #571/586:
Jas. Snodgrass 28-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, 0/$393 [s/o John & Leah]
Catharine S. Snodgrass 20-F-Claiborne Co., TN
Mary G. Snodgrass 3-F-Lee Co., VA
Wm. A. Snodgrass 2-M-Lee Co., VA
Sarah C. Snodgrass 1m-F-Lee Co., VA [? as Alice 1870 & 1880 Claiborne TN]
Alexander Snodgrass 33-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $700/0 [s/o John & Leah]
[1870 Claiborne Co TN]

page 774, #649/664:
Edward Snodgrass 47-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $1760/400
Mary Snodgrass 47-F-Washington Co., VA [Mary Crow]
Margaret Snodgrass 16-F-Washington Co., VA
Nancy Snodgrass 15-F-Washington Co., VA
Jas. Snodgrass 12-M-Washington Co., VA
Mary A. Snodgrass 10-F-Washington Co., VA
Moses Snodgrass 8-M-Washington Co., VA
Wm. Snodgrass 6-M-Lee Co., VA [William S. Snodgrass]
Margaret Snodgrass 77-F-Washington Co., VA [Margaret Hutton]
<1850 Washington Co., VA>

page 780, #689/706:
John Snodgrass 54-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $4000/390
Martha Snodgrass 37-F-Smythe Co., VA [m. 1854]
David D. Wheeler 17-M-Smythe Co., VA, farm labor
Jas. M. Wheeler 15-M-Smythe Co., VA, farm labor
Martha L. Wheeler 13-F-Washington Co., VA
Mary J. Wheeler 14-F-Washington Co., VA
Sarah A. Snodgrass 13-F-Washington Co., VA [d/o m1. Margaret]
Catharine B. Snodgrass 11-F-Washington Co., VA [d/o m1. Margaret]
Emily B. Snodgrass 9-F-Washington Co., VA [d/o m1. Margaret; m. 1872 R. Webb]
<1850 Washington Co., VA>

#691/708:
Wm. Snodgrass 25-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, 0/$191
Mary J. Snodgrass 26-F-Lee Co., VA
Margaret J. Snodgrass 1-F-Lee Co., VA
Martha E. Snodgrass 6m-F-Lee Co., VA
<1850 Washington Co., VA>

page 810, #890/920:
John Snodgrass 64-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $2500/1000
Leah Snodgrass 58-F-Smythe Co., VA
Joseph Snodgrass 37-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer
Wm. Snodgrass 24-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer
Samuel Snodgrass 23-M-Lee Co., VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 7-F-Lee Co., VA
John Snodgrass 5-M-Lee Co., VA
Eliza Waren 14-F-Lee Co., VA 
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10 Aug 1860 -- Della Snodgrass born at Sugar Run, d/o Edward & Eliza.

5 Dec 1860 -- Sarah C. A. Snodgrass born, d/o James & Caroline Sturdvent Snodgrass.
[vss - where is this info from? Sarah C. Alice is one month old dau of James Snodgrass &
Catherine S. Thompson - 1860 Lee Co VA & 1870 Claiborne Co TN]

7 Mar 1861 -- George W. Snodgrass born at Lick Branch, s/o William R. & Mary Snodgrass.

7 Jul 1861 -- William J. Snodgrass born, s/o John & Matilda Snodgrass.

4 Dec 1861 -- (infant) Snodgrass born, s/o Edward & Eliza Snodgrass

8 Feb 1862 -- Deed book 15, page ??: E.? C.? Snodgrass from Abraham Whisman.

1 Feb 1863 -- 64th Virginia Infantry: Edward H. Snodgrass, Co. F2, enlisted 1 Feb 1863 at
Jonesville, Lee Co., VA. Deserted before 28 Feb 1863. Born ca. 1837 in Washington Co.

17 Feb 1863 -- Deed Book 15, page 248: John Snodgrass, Martha Snodgrass
et al to William R. Snodgrass.

17 Feb 1863 -- Deed Book 15, page 249: John Snodgrass, Martha Snodgrass 
et al to Edward H. Snodgrass.

21 Mar 1863 -- 25th Virginia Cavalry: Samuel Snodgrass enlisted Co. H, 21 Mar 1863 in 
Lee [vss - Lee Co VA]. AWOL 23 Apr 1862 <sic> and present by Jun 63 roll. Deserted 
7 Dec 1863 in Polk Co., TN. POW 9 Dec 1863 in Cleaveland, TN, others say at Jellico 
Plaines, TN, and sent to Rock Island. In prison Hospital 7 Aug 1864-9 Aug 1864. 
No further records. 
1860 Census in Lee Co., age 23, born in Lee, brother to William Snodgrass. 

30 Sep 1863 -- Rachel Snodgrass born.

1 Oct 1863 -- 25th Virginia Cavalry: William Snodgrass, enlisted Co. I, 1 Oct 1863 in Lee. 
Detached duty Dec. 63 per Brigade Commander. WIA and POW 19 Sep 1964 at Winchester,
gunshot to right thigh (flesh) and transferred to Baltimore Hospital and then to Point Lookout. 
Exchanged 29 Oct 1864. Parole 29 Apr 1865. Born in Washington Co., VA. 1860 Cen. 
in Lee Co., age 24, born in Washington Co., brother to Samuel Snodgrass. Pension Act 1902,
filed Lee Co. Living at White Shoals, VA, in 1905.

2 Nov 1863 -- Deed Book 15, page 377: Edward Snodgrass & Eliza to William R. Snodgrass.

3 Mar 1864 -- Nancy Snodgrass, 18, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Edw'd & P. Snodgrass; 
married Isaiah Givens, 23, farmer, b. Craig Co., s/o Dan'l J. Givens; by C. C. Blankenship 
(Book 2, page 11, line 25).

29 Apr 1865 -- 25th Virginia Cavalry: Joseph Snodgrass, Co. B. Parole 29 Apr 1865.

30 Oct 1865 -- John R. Snodgrass, age 2y 3m, b. Lee Co., died in Lee Co. 30 Oct 1865 of the
flux; parents James and Catharine Snodgrass (page 29, line 37).

30 Nov 1865 -- Alex'r Snodgrass, 39, single, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o John & L.
Snodgrass; married Elizabeth Yeary, 33, widow, b. NC, d/o Stephen & A. Smyth; by 
Robt. P. Spencer (Book 2, page 13, line 55).

10 Jan 1866 -- M. L. Snodgrass <indexed as Martha>, 22, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o 
John Snodgrass; married John Miller Jr., 32, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o John & Mary 
Miller; by V. A. Woodard (Book 2, page 14, line 28).

25 Jan 1866 -- William Snodgrass, 31, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o John & Lear 
[Leah Robinson] Snodgrass; married Clarinda Rouse, 22, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o 
Phillip & Elizabeth Rouse; by R. P. Spencer (Book 2, page 15, line 37).

2 Nov 1866 -- John D. Snodgrass, b. Lee Co., age 3y 9m 11d, died in Lee Co., 2 Nov 1866
of diptheria; parents William and Mary J. Snodgrass (page 33, line 50). 

27 Nov 1866 -- John D., s/o W. R. and M. J. Snodgrass, b. 5 Feb 1865, d. 27 Nov 1866, 
buried Spangler Cemetery.

20 Dec 1866 -- John Snodgrass, age 72y 6m 6d, died in Lee Co. 20 Dec 1866 of heart disease; 
b. Washington Co., VA; Leah Snodgrass, wife [Leah Robinson d/o Alexander Robinson]; 
William Snodgrass, son, informant (page 33, line 57) <Vera Boyatt has: 56y 9m 15d.>
[vss - John is shown as 54 on 1850 and 64 on 1860 so the 72/6/6 is probably correct]

30 Jan 1867 -- Deed Book 15, page 419: Edward Snodgrass from Thomas Givens.

25 Feb 1867 -- Sarah A. Snodgrass, 20, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o John Snodgrass; married 
William F. Jayne, 20, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o Martin S. & Eliza Jayne; by Thomas Gilbert 
(Book 2, page 18, line 40).

20 Sep 1867 -- Deed Book 15, page 565: William R. Snodgrass, Mary J. Snodgrass et al 
to Lewis Mize et al.

20 Sep 1867 -- Deed Book 15, page 674: William R. Snodgrass from David O. Woodward.

12 Aug 1869 -- Catherine Snodgrass, 20, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o John Snodgrass 
[and m1. Margaret]; married Alex'r Clifton, 20, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o Austin & Eliza 
Clifton; by C. C. Blankenship (Book 2, page 22, line 13).

1 Nov 1869 -- Francis M. Snodgrass (f.), age 2y, b. in Lee Co., died in Lee Co. 1 Nov 1869 of
fever, parents Edward and Mary Snodgrass (page 37, line 41).

1 Apr 1870 -- Moses Snodgrass, age 19y, b. Lee Co., died in Lee Co. 1 Apr 1870 of brain 
fever; parents Edward and Mary Snodgrass (page 38, line 20).
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1870 Lee Co VA Census 

Jonesville Twp., page 259, #207/209:
William Snodgrass 35-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $1000/300
Mary J. Snodgrass 36-F-Lee Co., VA
Margaret J. Snodgrass 11-F-Lee Co., VA
Margaret A. C. Snodgrass 10-F-Lee Co., VA
George W. Snodgrass 9-M-Lee Co., VA
Wm. W. Snodgrass 5-M-Lee Co., VA
Sarah M. Snodgrass 3-F-Lee Co., VA
James E. P. Snodgrass 12m-M-Lee Co., VA 

Rose Hill Twp., page 328, #151/151:
John Snodgrass 51-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $1000/400
Matilda Snodgrass 46-F-Washington Co., VA
Martha Snodgrass 20-F-Washington Co., VA, without occupation
Elizabeth Snodgrass 14-F-Lee Co., VA, without occupation [as Nancy E on 1860]
Virginia Snodgrass 11-F-Lee Co., VA [as Amanda V on 1860]
William Snodgrass 9-M-Lee Co., VA
Angeline Snodgrass 5-F-Lee Co., VA
[vss - Harriet Angeline b. May 09, 1865, Rose Hill, Lee Co, VA; d. December 05, 1928, 
Halls Crossroads, TN; m. 2 Sep 1886 Hezekiah Ellison Meyers, son of Henry Meyers & 
Celia McGrady. Hezekiah b. 22 Apr 1867 Claiborne Co, TN d. 16 Dec 1944 Knoxville, TN. 
Info provided by Madeleine Diller (hcdill@compuserve.com)] 

#156/156
Mary Snodgrass 24-F-Washington Co., VA [d/o John & Matilda]

White Shoals Twp., page 365, #134/134:
John Snodgrass 64-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $1000/200
Martha Snodgrass 47-F-Smith Co., VA
Emily B. Snodgrass 19-F-Washington Co., VA, without occupation [m. R. Webb]

#140/140:
Edward Snodgrass 58-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $2000/800
Mary Snodgrass 58-F-Washington Co., VA
Margaret Snodgrass 25-F-PA without occupation
William Snodgrass 15-M-Lee Co., VA, works on farm
Martha Willhite 21-F-Lee Co., VA
Elizabeth Willhite 2-F-Lee Co., VA

page 375, #270/270:
Alexander Snodgrass 44-M-Washington Co., VA, farmer, $600/300 
[s/o John Snodgrass & Leah Robinson]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 39-F-Wilks Co., NC 
[? Sarah Elizabeth Smyth, m. 1865 as Elizabeth Yeary, widow]
Henley Snodgrass 12-M-Lee Co., VA, works on farm 
[vss - need to find m. ca 1880 to Theodocia Warren; consider possibility that Henley is s/o 
Elizabeth's first husband - check 1860 Lee Co VA for YEARY]

page 377, #295/295:
Joseph Snodgrasss 46-M-Lee Co., VA, works on farm, ---/$100
Elizabeth Snodgrass 18-F-Lee Co., VA
John G.<?> Snodgrass 16-M-Lee Co., VA, works on farm

page 383, #382/382:
Samuel Snodgrass 32-M-Lee Co., VA, works on farm, ---/$200
Mary J. Snodgrass 23-F-Washington Co., VA

#382/383
Leah Snodgrass 68-F-Washington Co., VA, $1000/150

#384/384:
William Snodgrass 34-M-Washington Co., VA, works on farm, ---/$200
Carinda Snodgrass 24-F-Washington Co., VA [Clarinda Rouse]
John F. Snodgrass 4-M-Lee Co., VA
Mary A.<?> Snodgrass 3-F-Lee Co., VA
James H. Snodgrass 12m-M-Lee Co., VA
------------------------

12 Aug 1871 -- Deed Book 16, page 382: John Snodgrass, Martha Snodgrass et al to 
William R. Snodgrass et al.

14 Nov 1872 -- E. Snodgrass (indexed as Emily), 21, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o J./I. Snodgrass 
[John Snodgrass & m1. Margaret]; married R. B. Web [R. B. Webb], 22, farmer, 
b. Lee Co., VA, s/o J./I. & M. Web [s/o John & Mary Webb]; by C. C. Blankenship 
(Book 2, page 31, line 101).

24 Dec 1873 -- John Snodgrass, 34, herdsman, res. Wyoming Territory, b. Washington Co., VA,
s/o Edward & Mary Snodgrass; married Mary Davidson, 21, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o Goodman
Davidson; by C. C. Blankenship (Book 2, page 36, line 84).

27 Feb 1876 -- E. Snodgrass (f.) married Alvis Stafford, by G. B. Gray (Bk 2, p. 41, line 118).

17 Mar 1876 -- Deed Book 17, page 498: John Snodgrass, Martha Snodgrass 
et al to D. M. Spangler.

17 Mar 1876 -- Deed Book 17, page 499: John Snodgrass, Martha Snodgrass 
et al to Alexander Clifton.

13 Jul 1876 -- Mary E. Snodgrass, age 6m, b. Lee Co., died in Lee Co. 13 Jul 1876 of 
diptheria; parents William R. and Mary J. Snodgrass (page 50, line 45).

15 Jul 1876 -- Mary E., d/o W. R. and M. J. Snodgrass, b. 21 Dec 1875, died 13 Jul 1876, 
bur. Spangler Cemetery.

3 Nov 1876 -- Henry W., s/o W. R. and M. J. Snodgrass, b. 26 Sep 1873, died 3 Nov 1876, 
buried Spangler Cemetery.

13 Nov 1876 -- Henry W. Snodgrass, age 3y 1m, b. Lee Co., died in Lee Co. 13 Nov 1876 of 
---; parents William R. and Mary J. Snodgrass (page 50, line 46).

1 Feb 1877 -- Deed Book 17, page 623: John H. Snodgrass from C. C. Rutherford.

8 Feb 1877 -- Margaret Snodgrass, 32, d/o Edward & Polly Snodgrass, b. Washington Co., VA,
married James R. Hawkins, 20, b. Hawkins Co., TN, s/o Elizabeth Hawkins; by Arthur C. Ely
(Book 2, page 44, line 51).

2 Apr 1877 -- William H. Snodgrass, age not given, b. Lee Co., killed accidently 
in Lee Co. 2 Apr 1877; parents, William R., & Mary J. Snodgrass (page 53, line 13).

2 Apr 1877 -- William W., s/o W. R. and M. J. Snodgrass, b. 19 Dec 1864, died 2 Apr 1877, 
bur. Spangler Cemetery.

<ca. 1877/8> -- Deed Book 18, page 69: John H. Snodgrass from A. W. Williams et al.

11 Feb 1878 -- Deed Book 18, page 194: William R. Snodgrass from Alexander Clifton & wife.

9 May 1878 -- Jannie Snodgrass, 19, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o John Snodgrass, married H. N. Brown,
19, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o Joseph & Annie Brown; by A. J. Dean (Book 2, page 44, line 3)

23 Oct 1878 -- Mary J. Snodgrass, age 46y 6m 17d, died 23 Oct 1878; parents, Duke &
Mourning Covey; William R. Snodgrass, husband (see below -- 2 year discrepency).
[vss - since she is on the 1880 census this is probably the error ... wonder what the source for
this 1878 date/info really is]

31 Jan 1880 -- Deed Book 20, page 91: John Snodgrass & Matilda Snodgrass to Easter
Snodgrass, Charles M. Snodgrass, Permelia Snodgrass, & Mary Snodgrass.
------------------------------- 

1880 Lee Co VA Census/Soundex 

Jonesville Dist., 19-41-14-29:
William R. Snodgrass 45-M-VA
Mary J. Snodgrass 46-F-VA wife
Margaret J. Snodgrass 21-F-VA daughter
Martha F. A. Snodgrass 20-F-VA daughter
George W. Snodgrass 19-M-VA son
Sarah M. F. Snodgrass 13-F-VA daughter
James E. P. Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Robert R. Snodgrass 3-M-VA son

White Shoals Dist., 19-44-10-20:
J. G. Snodgrass 26-M-VA <died 1882> [John G. Snodgrass s/o Joseph & Mary]
M. A. D. Snodgrass 25-F-VA wife <m/2 W. N. G. Slemp> [Minerva]
C. M. Snodgrass 3-M-VA son
H. L. Snodgrass 9m-M-VA son

19-44-14-11:
S. B. Snodgrass 42-M-VA
M. J. Snodgrass 32-F-VA wife
Laura Lilly 10-F-VA

19-44-14-14:
William Snodgrass 44-M-VA
Clarinda Snodgrass 33-F-VA wife
J. F. Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Mary Snodgrass 12-F-VA daughter
J. W. Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
R. F. Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
R. J. Snodgrass 7-F-VA daughter
Martha Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Samuel Snodgrass 3-M-VA son
Nelson Snodgrass 1-M-VA son

19-45-4-11:
W. S. Snodgrass 25-M-VA [s/o Edward & Mary, s/o John & Marg't]
M. C.? Snodgrass 23-F-VA wife [Mary]
Sarah A. Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
James M. Snodgrass 2-M-VA son
E. A. Snodgrass 3m-M-VA son [Emmet A - 1920 Noble Co OK]
[1900 Boone Co NE; 1920 Kay Co OK]

Rose Hill Dist., 19-46-13-47:
Mary Snodgrass 30-F-VA
Virginia Snodgrass 7-F-VA daughter
Pomelia Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Charles Snodgrass 1-M-VA son
--------------------------

23 Oct 1880 -- Mary J., w/o W. R. Snodgrass, b. 6 Apr 1834, died 23 Oct 1880,
bur. Spangler Cemetery.

27 Jul 1881 -- Edward Snodgrass, 69, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
s/o Jas./Jno. & M. Snodgrass; married E. Hawkins, 52, widow, b. Stokes Co., NC, 
d/o Wm. & R. Padett; by C. C. Blankenship (Book 2, page 55, line 89).
[vss - wonder where that "s/o Jas./Jno." bit came from! 
Edward is definitely son of John Snodgrass d. 1812 Washington Co VA & Margaret Hutton -
Margt. is with Edward wife #1 Mary (Crow) on 1860 Lee Co VA]

8 Sep 1881 -- Margaret J. Snodgrass, 22, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o Wm. Snodgrass; married 
Wm. H. Morgan, 27, widower, merchant, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o Jas. D. & Emily B. 
Morgan; by W. R. Barnett (Book 2, page 52, line 40).

28 May 1882 -- Robert R. Snodgrass, age 5y 1m, died 28 May 1882; parents
William R. & Mary J. Snodgrass.

28 May 1882 -- Robert R., s/o W. R. and M. J. Snodgrass, b. 30 Apr 1877, died 28 May 1882,
bur. Spangler Cemetery.

30 Aug 1882 -- Deed Book 20, page 41: Edward Snodgrass & Elizabeth to 
William S. Snodgrass & Mary.

9 Sep 1882 -- John Snodgrass, age 28y, died 9 Sep 1882, parents Joseph and
Mary Snodgrass; Minerva Snodgrass, wife; William Jayne, father-in-law, informant.

9 Sep 1882 -- John G. Snodgrass, s/o Joseph Snodgrass & Mary Ann his wife, b. 15 Apr 1854,
died 9 Sep 1882, bur. Muncy Cemetery, Lone Branch.

10 Sep 1885 -- Deed Book 21, page 222: Edward Snodgrass & Elizabeth to James H. Tilson.

16 Nov 1887 -- Alexander Snodgrass, age 60y 3m, died 16 Nov 1887, parents John & T.
Snodgrass; Sarah Snodgrass, wife. [? Sarah Elizabeth Smyth, m1. __ Yeary ?]
[vss - his parents are John Snodgrass & Leah Robinson - see Alexander Robinson will 1844
Washington Co VA]

[vss - need copy of Alexander Snodgrass will; from Probate Index - Lee Co Book 3, p. 696] 

5 Jan 1888 -- W. N. G. Slemp, 37, widower, s/o J. W. & C. Slemp, married 
Minerva Snodgrass, 33, wid. <husband John Snodgrass died 1882>, d/o W. & E. A. Jayne; 
both b. Lee Co., VA; by Robert M. Gibson (Book 2, page 2, page 68, line 82).
<Note: This needs to be rechecked as to which page!>

28 Apr 1888 -- John F. Snodgrass, b. 20 Sep 1866, died 28 Apr 1888, bur. Snodgrass 
Cemetery, south side of Snodgrass Ford.

10 Mar 1889 -- Theodocia Snodgrass, 27, single <sic>, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o N. & S. Warren;
married Sam'l S. Rose, 50, widower, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o J. & N. Rose; by C. C.
Blankenship (Book 2, page 71, line 83). [vss - Theodocia Warren m. ca 1879/80 Henley
Snodgrass; Rose family 1900 Claiborne Co TN]

9 Aug 1892 -- Melissa Snodgrass, 16, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o ___ & M. J. Snodgrass; 
married R. S. Campbell, 18, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o W. T. & --- Campbell; by A. J. Dean
(Book 2, page 77, line 13).

25 Aug 1892 -- Jennie Snodgrass, 19, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o --- & M. J. Snodgrass; married
Thos. Lankford, 23, farmer, b. TN, s/o Thos. & M. Lankford; by A. J. Dean 
(Book 2, page 78, line 70).

26 Aug 1892 -- Edward Snodgrass, age 78y, died 26 Aug 1892, b. Washington Co., VA.

2 Aug 1893 -- M. H. Snodgrass, 33, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o W. R. & M. J. Snodgrass; 
married O. L. Terry, 37, minister, b. NC, s/o --- ; by R. N. Plank (Book 2, page 83).

Jun 1894 -- Lillie Snodgrass, 24, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o J. & Mary Snodgrass; 
married Wm. Marcum, 18, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o A. & M. Marcum; by T. J. Crumley 
(Book 2, page 85, line 83)

1 May 1898 -- John Snodgrass, b. 13 Jan 1806, died 1 May 1898, bur. Spangler Cemetery.

28 Apr 1898 -- Minerva Snodgrass, 26, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o Margaret Snodgrass; 
married J. C. Hawkins, 29, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, s/o Noah & E. Hawkins; by C. C.
Blankenship (Book 2, page 96, line 73).

15 Feb 1899 -- Joseph W. Snodgrass, b. 29 Oct 1880, died 15 Feb 1899, 
bur. Snodgrass Cemetery.

28 Feb 1899 -- Charles L. Snodgrass, b. 20 Jun 1898, died 28 Feb 1899, bur.
Snodgrass Cemetery.

30 Jul 1899 -- Rebecca Snodgrass, 23, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o Wm. & Clarinda Snodgrass; 
married Moses Hamilton, 22, b. Hancock Co., TN, farmer, s/o Fayette Hamilton; 
by --- (Book 2, page 100, line 14).

14 Jan 1900 -- Rachel Snodgrass, 25, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o William Snodgrass;
married M. L. Miner, 26, widower, farmer, b. Hancock Co., TN, s/o Louis &
Lizzie Miner; by E. R. Catron (Book 2, page 102, line 11).
----------------------------------- 

1900 Lee Co VA Census 

Jonesville Dist., 30-25-17-56, #316/329:
William Snodgrass 65-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1834 m. 18y, farming, o.f.f.
Margrete Snodgrass 49-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1851 wife, 2 ch, 2 liv
Alpa E. Snodgrass 17-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1882 daughter
Otis Q. Snodgrass 14-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1885 son

Balls Forge Precinct, 30-32-6-91, #119m5:
Mary Snodgrass 53-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1846, wid., 9 ch, 7 liv, o.f.f.
Charles Snodgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1878 son, farmer
Hattie Snodgrass 18-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1882 daughter
Corine Snodgrass 15-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1885 daughter
John Snodgrass 12-M-VA/VA/VA Jul 1887 son

30-33-5-89, #89/92:
Byrd Ketron 63-M-VA/VA/VA farm laborer, r.h.
***
J. Snodgrass 16-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1883 boarder, single, farm laborer

White Shoals Dist., 30-35-9-37, #159/162:
Carl J. Hawkins 31-M-VA/VA/NC Apr 1869 m. 2y, farmer, o.f.f.
Manerva Hawkins 28-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1871 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
Elizabeth S. Hawkins 10m-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1899 daughter
Elizabeth Snodgrass 69-F-NC/MD/NC Jun 1830 mother, wid., 7 ch, 6 liv
Margaret Snodgrass 56-F-VA/VA/VA Oct 1843 mo-in-law, wid., 5 ch, 2 liv
+ 1 servant

30-35-9-90, #168/171:
Frank M. Spangler 62-M-VA/VA/VA May 1838 m. 32y, farmer, o.f.f.
Mary J. Spangler 53-F-VA/VA/VA Aug 1846 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
George W. Spangler 28-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1871 son, m. 6y, farmer
Elizabeth M. Spangler 24-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1876 daughter-in-law, 3 ch, 3 liv
Marion T. Spangler 5-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1895 grandson
Walter E. Spangler 3-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1896 grandson
Wesley E. Spangler 1-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1899 grandson
Marth Snodgrass 76-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1823 mo-in-law, wid., 3 ch, 3 liv

30-36-11-18, #194/202:
Sarah Snodgrass 68-F-NC/VA/NC Mar 1832, wid., r.h. (living alone) 
<no information about children>
[vss - ? Sarah Elizabeth Yeary, m. 1865 Alexander Snodgrass s/o John & Leah Robinson]

30-37-1-65, #13/13:
William Jayne 71-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1828 m. 49y, agric., o.f.f.
Liza A. Jayne 70-F-TN/TN/TN Nov 1829 wife, 5 ch, 1 liv
Hillery L. Snodgrass 20-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1880 gr.-son, at school
Dora E. Snodgrass 18-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1882 gr.-dau, at school
+ 2 servants

30-37-4-71, #67/67:
Charles M. Snodgrass 24-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1876 m. 1y, agric., r.f.
Ella M. Snodgrass 24-F-TN/TN/TN Jan 1876 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
Mac H. Snodgrass 3m-M-VA/VA/TN Mar 1900 son

30-37-8-27, #132/133:
James H. Snodgrass 29-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1871 m. 5y, agric., r.f.
Retta Snodgrass 25-F-VA/VA/VA <need> wife, 3 ch, 2 liv
William D. Snodgrass 5-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1894 son
Lenord R. Snodgrass 5m-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1900 son

30-37-8-69, #139/140:
William Snodgrass 65-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1835 m. 34y, agric., o.f.f.
Clarinda Snodgrass 48-F-VA/VA/VA May 1852 wife, 10 ch, 8 liv
Mary Snodgrass 30-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1870 daughter
Rebecca Snodgrass 26-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1873 daughter
Nelson Snodgrass 19-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1880 son
Emmett Snodgrass 16-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1884 son

30-37-8-75, #140/141:
Samuel Snodgrass 62-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1837 m. 33y, agric., o.f.f.
Mary J. Snodgrass 58-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1842 wife, 0 ch, 0 liv
Laura Lillie 28-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1872 boarder, single

30-37-9-37, #152/155:
Samuel Snodgrass 24-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1876 m. 1y, agric., r.f.
Dora Snodgrass 20-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1880 wife, 0 ch, 0 liv

<Is there one more entry we left out?>
----------------------

13 Aug 1901 -- Alpha Snodgrass, 19, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o W. R. & Margaret Snodgrass; 
married Thomas Bowen, 19, farmer, b. TN, s/o E. D. Bowen; by E. D. Bowen 
(Book 2, page 107, line 99).

20 Jan 1905 -- Alpha E., w/o W. T. Bowen, d/o W. R. and Margaret Snodgrass,
b. 25 Jul 1882, died 20 Jan 1905, bur. Spangler Cemetery.

00 Mar 1905 -- Hilary Lee Snodgrass, 26, farmer, b. Lee Co., s/o Jno. G. & Minerva 
Snodgrass; married Lily May Munsey, 21, b. Lee Co., VA, dau. of Butler & Emily Munsey; 
by E. D. Boweur (Book 2, page 119, line 47).

1 Apr 1906 -- William Snodgrass, b. 24 Jan 1835, died 1 Apr 1906, bur. Snodgrass Cemetery,
south side of Snodgrass Ford.

11 Sep 1906 -- Will Book 5, page 136: Hubbard Springs, Lee Co., VA: 
This the 11 Sep 1906 to whoome it may consearn, this the last Will of John Snodgrass to My
wife Mary Jane Snodgrass I will and Bequest all my Real estate & Pursonal Property and by me
at my Death includ moneys in Banks and notes outstandin unpaid also Stocks in 
Companeys held By me at my death. 
Real Estait Discribed as folows Lot 7 in Block 148 in the town of Hot Springs, 
Arkansas on Park avenue with all Buildings thereon also Lot 8 & 12 in Block 148
on Park Avenew Town of Hot Springs Gailann county Arkansas none [known]
as the Grand View property with all buildings tharon also the Hubbard Spring 
Property Land and Buildings and the farm bought by me of Hyatt noin [known]
as the old Woodward Farm also Lot in south Omaha al Bright adition to Bee 
held by her Mary Jane Snodgrass My wife untill her Death then to bee Eaqueley 
devided among our Children each to Share & share alike our Children 
Olley Free <?> Edward Lee Snodgrass Ina Polk James Gaulmon Snodgrass and 
Florance Edith Snodgrass.
John Snodgrass
Last Will this 11 Sep 1906
Last Will and Testament of John Snodgrass E. S. Woodward, witness
Virginia
W. P. 8 Oct 1906

30 Sep 1906 -- John Snodgrass, b. 16 Apr 1841, died 30 Sep 1906, bur. Bethel Cemetery.

17 Jun 1907 -- Martha Snodgrass, b. 18 Jul 1823, died 17 Jun 1907, bur. Spangler Cemetery.

7 Nov 1908 -- James G. Snodgrass, 23, farming, b. Kimble Co., NE, 
s/o John & Mary Snodgrass; married Lillie May Covey, 16, b. Lee Co., VA, 
dau. of H. N. & Flora T. Covey; by N. C. Burkhart (Book 1, page 131, line 116).

12 Jun 1909 -- Minnie L. Snodgrass, 18, b. Claiborne Co., TN, d/o Martha Snodgrass; 
married John S. Thacker, 25, farming & mining, b. Claiborne Co., TN, s/o George & Lucy 
Thacker; by D. W. White (Book 2, page 133, line 76).
[1900 Claiborne Co TN as Mina Snodgrass 10, in hh of Henry C. Parkay]

1 Aug 1909 -- Margaret R., w/o William R. Snodgrass, d/o John & Mary Carter, 
b. 25 Apr 1851, died 1 Aug 1909, bur. Spangler Cemetery.

4 Apr 1910 -- Wm. R. Snodgrass, 75, widower, farming, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o John &
Margaret Snodgrass; married Harriet V. Sally, 60, widow, b. Lee Co., VA, d/o Martin Collier;
by J. E. Witt (Book 2, page 136, line 32).
------------------------------- 

1910 Lee Co VA Census/Miracode 

44-29-96:
James G. Snodgrass 24-M-NE
Liby Snodgrass 17-F-VA wife
John Snodgrass -M-VA son

44-29-97:
Edward Snodgrass 30-M-WY
Florence Snodgrass 21-F-VA wife
Thelma Snodgrass 2-F-VA daughter
Elsie Snodgrass -F-VA daughter

44-29-119:
William R. Snodgrass 75-M-VA
Harret V. Snodgrass 59-F-VA wife
Otis I. Snodgrass 24-M-VA son
Mintie E. Sally 17-F-VA step-daughter
Plamer A. Conningham 16-M-VA foster son [? Palmer A. Cunningham ?]

44-32-125:
Henry Carter
***
John H. Snodgrass 10-M-VA grandson
William Snodgrass 8-M-VA grandson

44-33-184:
Chalie Snodgrass 31-M-VA [? Charlie / Charles Snodgrass]
Harrett Snodgrass 27-F-VA wife
Hobart Snodgrass 9-M-VA son
Ethel Snodgrass 3-F-VA daughter

44-34-60:
Logan Snodgrass 22-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 63-F-VA mother
Dora Snodgrass 21-F-VA wife
Viola Snodgrass -F-VA daughter

44-36-28:
Jacob Hawkins
***
Elizabeth Snodgrass 79-F-NC mother

44-36-28:
Elizabeth Snodgrass 78-F-VA (living alone)

44-36-105:
Mary Snodgrass 61-F-VA [widow of John Snodgrass d. 1906]
Florence Snodgrass 22-F-VA daughter

44-38-16:
Hilary L. Snodgrass 30-M-VA
Lillian M. Snodgrass 25-F-VA wife
Ray W. Snodgrass 3-M-VA son
Lorene Snodgrass 1-F-VA daughter
William Snodgrass 81-M-VA grandfather
+ 1 non-relative

44-38-106:
Mary Snodgrass 63-F-VA (living alone)

44-38-150:
James Snodgrass 39-M-VA
Henrietta Snodgrass 35-F-VA wife
Denzyl Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Leonard Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
Clayton Snodgrass 8-M-VA son
Massie Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Virgie Snodgrass 2-F-VA daughter
Ellen Slate 67-F-VA mother-in-law

44-38-151:
Samuel Snodgrass 38-M-VA
Clara E. Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
Ray E. Snodgrass 8-M-VA son
Kelley G. Snodgrass 5-M-VA son
Della G. Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Clarinda Snodgrass 64-F-VA mother
Mary A. Snodgrass 39-F-VA sister<-in-law?>
Nelson Snodgrass 32-M-VA brother
Emmet Snodgrass 27-M-VA brother
----------------------------- 

1920 Lee Co VA Census/Soundex 

Jonesville Twp., 39-37-4-35:
Wm. R. Snodgrass 85-M-VA
Harriet Snodgrass 69-F-VA wife
Ottis I. Snodgrass 34-M-VA son
Elizabeth Snodgrass 21-F-KY dau.-in-law
Dale C. Snodgrass 3y2m-M-VA grandson
Margaret R. Snodgrass 1y5m-F-VA granddaughter

39-37-15-43:
Edward L. Snodgrass 39-M-WY
Florence Snodgrass 32-F-VA wife
Thelma Snodgrass 11-F-VA daughter
Elsie Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
John H. Snodgrass 8-M-VA son
Edward L. Snodgrass 7-M-VA son
Paul Snodgrass 3y6m-M-VA son
Ogla Snodgrass 7m-F-VA daughter

39-37-15-51:
James G. Snodgrass 34-M-NE
Lillie M. Snodgrass 26-F-VA wife
John H. Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
Estelle Snodgrass 8-F-VA daughter
Mildred Snodgrass 6-F-VA daughter
Williams J. Snodgrass 4y10m-M-VA son
Willie J. Snodgrass 2y11m-F-VA daughter
Glenn Snodgrass 5m-M-VA son

39-47-15-65:
Charley M. Snodgrass 41-M-VA
Harriett R. Snodgrass 37-F-VA wife
Garrett H. Snodgrass 14-M-VA son
Ethel M. Snodgrass 13-M-VA daughter

39-47-16-28:
John L. Snodgrass 33-M-VA
Dona R. Snodgrass 31-F-VA wife
Viola M. Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
Charlie M. Snodgrass 6-M-VA son
Robert W. Snodgrass 2y9m-M-VA son
Mary J. Snodgrass 74-F-VA mother

39-50-6-46:
Mary Snodgrass 65-F-VA
Florence Snodgrass 31-F-NE daughter

39-51-7-42:
James Snodgrass 50-M-VA
Rettie Snodgrass 45-F-VA wife
Denzil Snodgrass 23-M-VA son
Leonard Snodgrass 20-M-VA son
Claten Snodgrass 18-M-VA son
Hassie M. Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
Virgie Snodgrass 13-F-VA daughter
Edna Snodgrass 8-F-VA daughter
Lester Snodgrass 5-M-VA son

39-52-5-2:
Mary Snodgrass 73-F-VA
Charity Robertson 75-F-VA sister

39-52-8-16:
Lee Snodgrass 40-M-VA 
Lillie May Snodgrass 36-F-VA wife
Roy W. Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Loreen Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
John B. Snodgrass 9-M-VA son
Anne Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter

39-52-8-53:
Emmett Snodgrass 26-M-VA
Ida Snodgrass 25-F-TN wife

39-52-8-55:
Samuel Snodgrass 44-M-VA
Clara Snodgrass 19-F-VA daughter
Ray Snodgrass 18-M-VA son
Della Snodgrass 14-F-VA daughter
Kelley Snodgrass 14-M-VA son
Mary Snodgrass 52-F-VA sister
----------------------- 

13 Sep 1922 -- Clearanda J. Snodgrass, b. 28 Jul 1843, died 13 Sep 1922,
bur. Snodgrass Cemetery. [Clarinda Rouse m. 1866 William Snodgrass s/o John & Leah]

13 Feb 1926 -- William R. Snodgrass, b. 19 Feb 1834, died 13 Feb 1926, bur. Spangler Cem.

27 Jun 1926 -- Florence E. Snodgrass, b. 14 Oct 1887, died 27 Jun 1926, bur. Bethel Cemetery.

24 Mar 1929 -- Mary J. Davidson, wife of John Snodgrass, b. 25 Dec 1851, died 24 Mar 1929,
bur. Bethel Cemetery.

12 Feb 1935 -- Harriet R. Snodgrass, b. 22 Nov 1882, died 12 Feb 1935, bur.
Yeary Cemetery, south of Ewing.

29 Apr 1940 -- James H. Snodgrass, b. 15 Feb 1869, died 29 Apr 1940, bur.
Snodgrass Cemetery.

30 Nov 1941 -- Mary Ann Snodgrass, b. 30 Oct 1867, died 30 Nov 1941, bur.
Snodgrass Cemetery.

12 Mar 1945 -- Hilary Lee Snodgrass, b. 8 Aug 1879, died 12 Mar 1945, bur. on a hill near 
New Thompson Settlement Church. <also listed as being buried in Lee Memorial Park, 
Woodway, VA -- may be two stones, one old and one newer.>

19 Jun 1945 -- Raddie? D. Snodgrass, b. 27 Apr 1875, died 19 Jun 1945, bur.
Snodgrass Cemetery.

29 Sep 1949 -- Leonard Snodgrass, b. 7 Sep 1884, died 29 Sep 1949, bur. Keokee
Cemetery.

10 Apr 1954 -- Emmett Snodgrass, died 10 Apr 1954, age 72y 9m 20d, bur.
Snodgrass Cemetery.

14 Mar 1959 -- Maud Catron Snodgrass, b. 9 Aug 1899, died 14 Mar 1959, bur.
on a hill near New Thompson Settlement Church.

23 Aug 1959 -- William Nelson Snodgrass, died 23 Aug 1959, age 80y 10m,
bur. Snodgrass Cemetery.

24 Jul 1983 -- Bristol Herald Courier, Sunday, page 48: Hubbard Springs May Have Been 
First Lee County Health Center, by George Dalton, Special Writer.
HUBBARD SPRINGS, Va.--The village of Hubbard Springs, nestled at the
foot of Cumberland Mountain in a remote section of Lee County, may have been
the first attempt to establish a "health center" in Lee County and possibly the 
first in Virginia.
An old timer, John Snodgrass, acquired the property known as Hubbard 
Springs and proceeded to develop it as a health center to treat "stomach trouble" 
with water from the springs in 1903.
Snodgrass initially owned property in Nebraska which he sold and purchased a 
two room log house and property supporting 22 springs. Seven of the springs 
located near the log house spouted "mineral" water.
According to Mrs. Roy Lucas, a granddaughter of Snodgrass, he built a 14 
room "hotel" from the two-room log facility and proceeded to develop the area 
by building a boardwalk to the springs.
Mrs. Glessye Humphreys, a native of Hubbard Springs, who now resides in
Jonesville, said, "Beginning at Mr. Snodgrass's house (or hotel), there were
seven springs real close together and all had different kinds of water."
There was white, black and yellow sulphur along with mineral and iron
water within a radius of 10 feet, according to Mrs. Humphreys. Mrs. Lucas
named iron, limestone and freestone water at the springs also.
Mrs. Humphreys said that Snodgrass built a nice boardwalk to the seven
springs and enclosed them with a rock wall. Along the boardwalk sheds were
built with benches inside. The boardwalk served all the springs.
The property was a five acre tract and the springs were named for Eli 
Hubbard who acquired the property about 1860, according to Mr. and Mrs. 
Howard Ledford, natives of the Hubbard Springs area.
Mrs. Lucas said her grandfather, John Snodgrass, was born in Washington 
County, VA, April 16, 1842, and died in September of 1906. She said he built 
the hotel in 1903. After the death of Snodgrass, the hotel began to deteriorate 
and Mr. and Mrs. Ledford were residents there for several years.
Ledford said that someone apparently set fire to the old building in 1976, 
destroying it. Now, the lot is cleared of the debris and the springs are still 
flowing but they are in a "rundown condition." They reportedly are owned by 
a Laura Wilder of Portsmouth, GA.
Mrs. Humphreys said that people would come from far and near to drink the 
water from the Hubbard Springs. She said they hauled water from the springs by 
wagons and shipped some by railroad. People would come to Hubbard by train 
and board at the Snodgrass Hotel and drink water for their "stomach troubles."
Ledford said, "We went over the old house the night it burned and
watched. It sure was a pitiful sight to see the old logs burn."
Ledford said that the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company named their
train stop for the Hubbard Springs. Eli Hubbard acquired the land from
Louisville Land Co.
In the days of the Snodgrass Hotel, Hubbard Springs was accessable
primarily by the L & N Railroad Company with four passenger trains daily.
Now, there are several paved roads serving the area.
Route 621 leads from 421 at Pennington Gap to Hubbard Springs and Route
659 leads down Sugar Run with 656 branching off to Hubbard Springs.
---------------------- 
Probate Index:
Book 3 --
page 363: Joseph Snodgrass, appraisal.
page 401: Joseph Snodgrass, settlement.
page 553: John G. Snodgrass
page 556: John G. Snodgrass
page 568: John G. Snodgrass
page 696: Alexandeer Snodgrass, will.
Book 4 --
page 126: Edward Snodgrass, will.
page 318: John Snodgrass, will.
Book 6 --
L.H. 462: Mary Snodgrass.
page 313: William R. Snodgrass, will.
--------------------

Birth records, pg. 41 -- should be entry for Alphus, Mary J., & William A.
Snodgrass.
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LOUDOUN COUNTY
SOURCES (975.528)

TAX RECORDS
Surviving Cameron Parish Records, Loudoun Co., VA, Tithable List of
1765 (Johnson) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Loudoun Co. Marriages, 1751-1892 (Hunting for Bears) NS
St. James United Church of Christ, Church Register (Reformed Church),
Loudoun Co., VA, ca. 17 Sep 1789 - 23 Aug 1823 (translated from 
German to English by Mower & Mower) NS

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LOUISA COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5465)
CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Louisa Co. Road Orders, 1742-1748 (Pawlett) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
History of Louisa Co., VA (Harris--1936) NS
Louisa Co., VA, 1742-1992: Sestercentennial -- NS

JOURNALS
Louisa Co. Historical Magazine, Index for vol. 1-12, 1969-1980 (Hodge) NS

LAND RECORDS
Louisa Co., VA, Deed Books A-F, 1742-17??, 3 vol. (Davis) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Revolutionary Public Service Claims of Louisa Co., VA (Chisholm) NS
The War and Louisa Co., 1861-1865 (Swank) unindexed, didn't do.

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Louisa Co. Records You Probably Never Saw of 18th Century VA (Bell) NS
Mem. of Cap. Wm. Phillips' Co. of Vol. Rangers of Louisa Co. in 1763
Old Louisa Co. Bond Book, 1754-1766 
Unrecorded Deeds of Louisa Co., 1762-1803
Louisa Co. Free Blacks Register, 1816-1837
Minute or Court Order Book, 1760-1764)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Louisa Co., VA, 1743-1814: Where Have All the Children Gone? (Davis) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Early Louisa Co., VA, Will Books, 1743-1819 
(Chappelear & Hatch) NS

TAX RECORDS
Louisa Co., VA, Tithables & Census, 1743-1785 (Davis) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Louisa Co., VA, Marriage Bonds (Smith) NS
Marriages of Louisa Co., VA, 1815-1861 (Kiblinger & Abercrombie) NS

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LUNENBURG COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5643)

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census transcription - NS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Lunenburg Co., VA, Court Orders, 1746-1748 (TLC Gen.) NS <no
McClanahans>
Lunenburg Co., VA, Road Orders, 1746-1764 (Paulett & Boyd) NS <no
McClanahans>

LAND RECORDS
Lunenburg Co., VA, Deed Books 1-16, 1746-1795: An Every-Name Index
(TLC Gen.) NS <no McClanahans>
Lunenburg Co., VA, Deed Books, 1746-1842, 32 vol. (Evans) NS <no
McClanahans>
Lunenburg Co., VA, Land Patents, 1746 - ??? (TLC Gen.) NS <no
McClanahans>

PROBATE RECORDS
Early Wills, 1746-1765, Lunenburg Co., VA (Elliott) yes
Lunenburg Co., VA, Will Book 2, 1760-1778 (TLC Gen.) yes
Lunenburg Co., VA, Will Books 2-6, 1767-1809 (Evans) NS <no
McClanahans>
Film #32,379
item 1 = Index to Wills, 1746-1949 - NS
item 2 = Index to devisees & heirs, 1746-1949 - yes
Film #32,380 = Will Book 1 - yes

TAX RECORDS
Lunenburg Co., VA, Land Taxes, 1782-1819, 9 vol. (Evans) NS
Lunenburg Co., VA, Personal Property Tax Lists, 1782-1785 (TLC Gen.) NS
Lunenburg Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1783 & 1784 (Simmons) unindexed, didn't do.
Sunlight on the Southside: Lists of Tithes, Lunenburg Co., VA, 1748-1783
(Bell) NS <no McClanahans>

VITAL RECORDS
Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg Co., VA, 1746-1818; Vestry Book, 1746-1816
(Bell) NS
Lunenburg Co. Marriages, 1729-1853 (Hunting for Bears) NS
Lunenburg Co. Marriages, 1750-1853 (Vogt & Kethley) NS <no
McClanahans>
Marriages of Lunenburg Co., VA, 1746-1853 (Matheny & Yates) NS <no
McClanahans>

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RECORDS

1738 -- Will Book 1, page 284: In the Name of God, Amen, I John McClanahan
being sick and weak in body yet of perfect mind & memory... two eldest sons my
hold land & I allow each of them to pay my son John L20 when he is of the age
of 21... my son William if he come to the age of 21 to give my brother James a
firm deed for 150 acres of land at the lower end of the land when ... 
my dearly beloved wife to have benefit of my plantation during the time that she 
remains my widow ... Executor William Snodgrass & my loving wife & my son 
William when he comes to age ... I appoint my son-in-law to sell and dispose of 
said moveables... and after my Just debts is paid & my wife got her thirds I allow
____ of my moveables to be equally divided [among?] my daughters except the 
three wagon horses I allow them to be kept for the ____ of the Plantation viz 
one of them is a stallon & one a geldon & the third a mare... 8 Oct 1738.
6 Nov 1739 -- Foregoing will presented in court by William Snodgrass & Frances
McClanahan...
Sureties: Josiah Snodgrass & _____ _____.
<film was very poor quality>

7 Jul 1761 -- Will Book 1, page 322: James McClanahan of the Co. of Lunenburg
... 

to my cousin [nephew?] John McClanahan my brother John's son the 200 acres
that my Brother John left to me by bequest & if my cousin John dies before he
comes to the age to Injoy It I order for his brother Alexander him to leave six
cows 
to be Equally divided betwixt my brother John's Children and the remainder part of 
my cattle I order to be equally divided betwixt my Brother-in-law William
Snodgrasses 
children. Item I leave to my Sister-in-law Frances McClanahan my brother John's
widow 
the money and corn that the Widdow Hodge owes me. I order my Brother-in-law 
William Snodgrass to get the money that Thomas Dudgeon owes me and to pay
my
funeral
charges with the same. 
Item I give & bequeath to my brother David McClanahan my black mare and ____
and
I order my cozen [nephew] Samual McClanahan my brother Davids son my three
year 
old Halter colt for the remainder of my _____ them to be equally divided betwixt
my
Brother-in-laws and my Brother John McClanahans children... my pot and my
Bedcloes 
to my sister-in-law Frances McClanahan & her children I _____ my
Brother-in-law 
William Snodgrass to be my whole & sole executor.
7 Jul 1761 -- exhibited in court by Wm. Snodgrass.
<Note: Film was of poor quality & difficult to read.>

10 Jan 1763 -- Will Book 2, page 148: Inventory & appraisal of the estate
of James McClenahan, dec'd, made by Rob't Montgomery, Patt Sharkey, & James
Montgomery, January the 10th 1763 - value 22 pounds 10 shillings. Returned to
Court by William (his S mark) Snotgrass. Recorded 10 Feb 1763.
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MADISON COUNTY
SOURCES (975.538)

LAND RECORDS
Deed Abstracts of Madison Co., VA, 1793-1804 (Sparacio) NS

PROBATE RRECORDS
Will Abstracts of Madison Co., VA, 1793-1813, and Abstracts of Marriage
Bonds, 1793-1800 (Sparacio) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Madison Co. Marriages, 1792-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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MATHEWS COUNTY
SOURCES (975.531)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstones of Mathews Co., VA, 1711-1986 (Sheridan & Ernst) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census transcription - NS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Index: History & Progress, Mathews Co., VA (Mathews Co. Hist. Soc.)
NS

TAX RECORDS
Mathews Co., VA, Land and Personal Tax Lists, 1791-1800 (Bradley) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Kingston Parish Register, Gloucester & Mathews Counties, 1749-1827
(Matheny & Yates) NS
The Vestry Book of Kingston Parish, Mathews Co., VA (until 1 May 1791
it
was part of Gloucester Co.), 1679-1796 (Chamberlayne) NS

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MECKLENBURG COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5645)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery & Tombstone Records of Mecklenburg Co., VA, vol. 1 (Moore) NS
Cemetery & Tombstone Records of Mecklenburg Co., VA, vol. 2 (Adams & Moore) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Early Settlers of Mecklenburg Co., VA, vol. 2 (Elliott) NS
Life by the Roariing Roanoke: A History of Mecklenburg Co., VA (Bracey) NS

LAND RECORDS
Mecklenburg Co., VA, Deeds, vol. 1-4, 1765-1786 (TLC Gen.) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Revolutionar War Records, Mecklenburg Co., VA (Elliott) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Early Wills, 1765-1799, Mecklenburg Co., VA (Elliott) NS

TAX RECORDS
Mecklenburg Co., VA, Tax Lists of 1782 & 1784 (Simmons Hist. Pub.)
unindexed, didn't do

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage Records, 1765-1810, Mecklenburg Co., VA (Elliott) NS
Marriage Records, 1811-1853, Mecklenburg Co., VA (DAR) NS
Mecklenburg Co. Marriages, 1765-1853 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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MIDDLESEX COUNTY

SOURCES (975.533)

COURT RECORDS
Middlesex Co., VA, Record Book Abstracts, 1721-1813 (Sparacio) NS
Order Book Abstracts of Middlesex Co., VA, 1675-1702, 8 vol. (Sparacio) NS
Stamper Court Records, Middlesex Co., VA, 1673-1852 (Maynard) NS
<contains only records of Stamper family>

JOURNALS The Virginia Genealogist - yes

LAND RECORDS
Deed Abstracts of Middlesex Co., VA, 1679/80-1720, 5 vol. (Sparacio) NS
Middlesex Co., VA, Deed Book 1 (1687-1750) & Miscellaneous Records
(1752-1831) (TLC Gen.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Middlesex Co., VA, Wills & Inventories, 1673-1812, & Other Court Papers
(Hopkins) yes
Film #32,502 = index to probate records - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Middlesex Co., VA, 1740-1852 (VA. Gen. Soc.) NS
The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA, 1653-1812 - yes

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RECORDS 

22 Jan 1737 -- David Snodgrass m. Elizabeth Banting, Christ Church.

28 Apr 1738 -- Nathan Snodgrass born, son of David & Elizabeth Snodgrass; chr.
Christ Church.

19 Jul 1740 -- Will Book C, 1740-1743, pg. 17: William Buchanan at Col.
Armistead's Quarters in Middlesex Co. 
W.D. 19 Jul 1740; W.P. 2 Dec 1740.
Wife (not named) and children. Exors: Brothers Joseph Buchanan and George
Buchanan. Witnesses: Robert Weak, William Mason, & David Snodgrass.
Administration granted to William Booten on 6 Jan 1740/1.

3 Dec 1746 -- Hannah Snodgrass born, d/o David Snodgrass; chr. 17 Jan 1747, Christ Church.

3 Oct 1765 -- Chancery Suits: Court Papers, 1754-1791: William Snodgrass,
merchant of Essex Co., vs. James Daniel, Merchant.
On 21 Jan 1764, James Daniel bought a number of slaves and 490 acres in
Middlesex Co. from William Snodgrass.
Account of James Daniel mentions John Sadler (12 Nov 1764), Mrs. Elizabeth Wyllie 
(14 Jul 1766), John Segar (6 Aug 1766), Henry Mitchell (9 Oct 1766) and Mr. Cosby and 
Mr. Thurston in Dec 1766.

7 Nov 1768 -- Chancery Suits: Court Papers, 1754-1791: Suit of McCall vs. Neilson. 
On 7 Nov 1768, William Snodgrass and Jack Power, Gent., give their bond to Charles Neilson
and Charlotte Neilson his wife, Administratrix of John Montague, dec'd, and Thomas Price, 
Clerk Administrator of Thomas Price, Gent., dec'd.

1 Jan 1769 -- The Virginia Genealogist, vol. 10, pg. 30: British Mercantile
Claims--Debt due McCall, Woodrop & Snodgrass (p. 32): Christopher Robinson.
72 pounds sterling on account, York River Store, 1 Jan 1769. He left
considerable property. A suit was brought in Middlesex County Court.

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY and the city of RADFORD
SOURCES (975.5785)

<Note: Fincastle Co., VA, was formed 1770 from Augusta Co.; in 1775 it was
divided into Montgomery & Washington Cos.VA, at which time it ceased to exist.
Fincastle Co. records are kept in the Montgomery Co. Courthouse.>

CENSUS RECORDS 1820 census - yes

COURT RECORDS
The Committee of Safety of Westmoreland & Fincastle (publ. 1956 -- by whom?) yes

LAND RECORDS
Kentucky Court of Appeals, Deed Books, vol. 4 (Cook & Cook) yes
Survey Book (courthouse) - yes
Film #32,605 = Deed index, grantors, 1773-1933 - yes
Film #32,617 = General index to plotts (plats) vols. A-F, 1773-1890 - yes
Film #32,618 = Record of plotts (plats) vols. A-C, 1773-1788 - yes
Film #32,619 = Record of plotts (plats) vols. D-E, 1785-1819 - yes

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
The James Bane Price Country Store at Price's Fork, Montgomery Co., VA
(no author given) unindexed, didn't do

PROBATE RECORDS
Will Book B (in courthouse) yes
Will Book 3 (in courthouse) yes
Will Book 4 (in courthouse) yes
Film #32,598 = Will index, 1773-1953 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Montgomery Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1831-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) yes
Marriage Register Montgomery Co., 1777-1853 - yes
A Brief of Wills & Marriages in Montgomery & Fincastle Cos., VA, 1773-1831 (Worrell) yes

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RECORDS 

19 Jan 1774 -- Plott Book A, pg. 37: Surveyed for Joseph Snodgrass 390 acres of land lying in
Fincastle County by virtue of an order of council of the 16th of Decr. 1775 [vss - probably really
says Dec 1773 ?] & as part of the Loyal Company grant on the waters of the Middle Fork of
Holston Beginning at 3 white oak on the top of a ridge & runneth thence S 40 E 130 poles to a
Spanish oak & 2 white oak saplings on a hillside S 48 W 197 to 3 black oak on a hill side 
S 73 W 80 to a white oak & 2 poplar saplings on the top of a high hill ridge thence S 52 W 108 
to a Spanish oak & white oak N 74 W 150 crossing a branche to a hiccory tree & hiccory sapling
N 25 W 38 to a white oak & black oak on the side of a ridge & along the same N 58 E 455 &
also crossing a branch to the Beginning
Jan 19th 1774 John Floyd
Wm. Preston
<Note: This land is today in Washington Co., VA.>

20 Jan 1774 -- Plott Book A, pg. 45: Surveyed for David Snodgrass 690 acres of land by virtue
of an order of council 15th Dec'r 1773 & part of the Loyal Company Grant in Fincastle County 
on the north side of the Middle fork of Holston River Beginning at three white oak Thence N 40
W 330 poles crossing a Branch to 4 white oaks in Woods line N 48 E 164 to 3 Spanish oaks on a
Ridge N 75 E 134 to 3 white oaks on a steep bank S 35 E 74 crossing little Holston & a Branch
& 2 hiccories on a hillside S 75 E 154 to 2 white oaks & a black oak on a hill side near the River
S 6 E 180 crossing the River twice to 3 Linns in a Bent & down the River S 65 W 276 poles to
the Beginning 
20 Jan 1774 John Floyd
Wm. Preston
<This land is now in Washington Co., VA>

12 Feb 1774 -- Deed Bk. A, pg. 48: <abstract> Grant to Robert Snodgrass, 200 acres on the
water of Reedy Creek, a branch of Holston ... N 41 W 148 poles ... N 56 E 240 poles ... S 44 E
120 poles ... S 50 W 243 poles ... [vss - ? actually Sullivan Co TN]

12 Feb 1774 -- Montgomery Co., VA, Plott Book A, pg. 43 <or 48?>: Surveyed for 
Robert Snodgrass 200 acres of land ... on the waters of Reedy Creek a Branch of Holston 
Beginning at a Linn & Buckeyes corner to the land of John Adair & with a line thereof N 41 
W 148 poles crossing a branch & passing Adairs corner to a double black oak on a flat ridge 
N 56 E 240 poles crossing a branch of Reedy Creek to 2 Spanish oak & a white oak on the 
north side of a hill S 44 E 120 crossing a branch to a black oak & poplar on the north side of a
hill & S 50 W 243 to the beginning. <CD: This land is now in Washington Co., VA>
12 Feb 1774 John Floyd
Wm. Preston
----------------------------- 

date??? -- The Committey of Safety: Robert, David, & Joseph Snodgrass signed a petition 
to divide Fincastle, saying it was over 150 miles to court.

1776-7 Fincastle County was split into Montgomery County & Washington County.

1777 -- Greenbrier County was formed from Montgomery County.
-------------------------------

29 Mar 1777 -- Kentucky Court of Appeals, vol. 4, pg. 132:
Will of William Preston of Montgomery Co., VA, dated 29 Mar 1777, codicil
dated 29 Mar 1777. He asks that they (the trustees) make all the conveyances
as directed, particularly a small tract of 250 acres on Dance Spring, a branch
of Catawba, which he lately disposed of to James Snodgrass by a verbal agreement 
for 55 pounds with one year credit, with interest, on the promise that he pays off 
his bond for such.

17 Feb 1789 -- Robert Snodgrass m. Nancy Adams, dau. of John Adams; 
Isaac Snodgrass, surety (Bk. A, pg. 28).

17 Feb 1789 -- George Walker m. Mary Adams, dau. of John Adams; 
surety Isaac Snodgrass.

5 Feb 1793 -- Will Book B, pg. 193: Elener Snodgrass, dec'd. 
Appraisal ordered 5 Feb 1793. William McKee qualified to administer the estate, with 
Henry Patton surety (no relatives named).

21 May 1799 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass m. Joseph Lang; Alexander Snodgrass, surety 
(Bk. A, p. 81)

11 Jun 1802 -- Plott Book E, pg. 525: Surveyed for John Snodgrass 75 acres of
land by virtue of an entry made the 7th day of June 1802 on a land office
treasury warrent No. 1238 issued to Gordan Cloyd in exchange the 27th Jan 1802
lying in Montgomery County on New River and is bounded as follows Beginning
at a buckeye and cucumber on the river bank & extends S 58 W 10 poles to a
buckeye S 23 E 24 poles to a white oak S 82 W 44 to a black oak on a steep
hillside S 25 W 30 to 2 white oak on a ridge S 11 W 30 to a black Oak & red
Oak S 42 W 22 to a white oak on a hillside S 20 E 38 to a chestnut on a point,
S 77 E 32 to a hiccory & chestnut N 59 E 44 to an ash in the head of a hollow
N 86 E 92 to a linn on the river bank & down the several courses thereof &
binding thereon 160 poles to the beginning.
variation 3 degrees E Levi Vermillion
Completed 11th Jun 1802 Gordon Cloyd
Platt Delivered John Snodgrass Jun'r
Dec 23rd 1805

28 Oct 1803 -- Margaretta Snodgrass m. William Walker; Rob't Snodgrass, surety; 
consent of father, Oliver Walker; witnesses John Webb & George Webb.

10 Jun 1807 -- Isaac Snodgrass m. Jane Thompson; George Thompson Sr., surety 
(Bk. A, pg. 116).

4 Apr 1808 -- Isaac Snodgrass from Edmund Vancel, 92 acres, waters of Ingles Mill Creek.

4 Oct 1808 -- Deed Bk. D, pg. 585: Isaac Snodgrass from Larkin Thompson et ux, 
98 1/2 acres on waters of Ingles Mill Creek.
<sold 6 Nov 1810, Deed Bk. E, pg. 83>

22 Oct 1808 -- James Snodgrass (of age) m. Rachel Cox (over 21), dau. of John Cox, dec'd;
surety David Cox & Robert Snodgrass; consent of Alexander Snodgrass.
<We need to re-check this to see if Alexander Snodgrass really did consent.>

6 Nov 1810 -- Deed Bk. E, pg. 83: Isaac Snodgrass & Jane his wife to Charles Taylor, 
98 1/2 acres on waters of Ingles Mill Creek.

[vss - Will Book 3, pp. 303-305. Settlement of Robert Snodgrass [d. 1795 Rockbridge Co VA]
in account with Saml. Moore [Samuel Moore] and Saml. Snodgrass [Samuel Snodgrass, bro.]
Exors 7 Nov 1810 . Mentions that Elizabeth Snodgrass had 100 lbs received by inheritance
before her marriage to Robert Snodgrass and they were uncertain if that should actually be a part
of his estate or should go directly to her, it also mentions that the rents do not seem to be as 
much as she is expending on the children's education and such and she has not kept reciepts but
they felt she was due more.]

15 Nov 1810 -- Deed Bk. E, pg. 85: Isaac Snodgrass from George Thompson et ux, 
277 acres on waters of Crab Creek, a branch of New River.
<sold 16 Oct 1819, Deed Bk. G, pg. 288>

21 Nov 1810 -- Deed Bk. E, pg. 84: Isaac Snodgrass & Jane his wife to James Thompson, 
92 acres on waters of Ingles Mill Creek.
<purchased 4 Apr 1808, Deed Bk. D, pg. 611>

31 Aug 1812 -- Deed Bk. E, pg. 308: Isaac Snodgrass from Jonathan Chrisman et ux, 85 acres,
waters of Crab Creek.

6 Oct 1812 -- Deed Bk. E, pg. 312: Alexander Snodgrass & Rebecca his wife to James Davis,
50 acres surveyed 3 May 1787 in the County of Botetourt, now Montgomery Co., on Craigs
Creek, a branch of the James River near his own land.
witness: Charles Taylor.
<Question: Is this the date of sale or the date the deed was recorded?>

29 Sep 1818 -- Ann Snodgrass, 21 years of age, m. Enos Carter; by John Bull / Bell, minister;
John Snodgrass, surety; bond dated 26 Sep (Bk. A, pg. 161).

13 Feb 1819 -- Plott Book E, pg. 96: Surveyed for Alexander Snodgrass 64 acres of land 
by virtue of two entries one for 30 acres made the 12th of November 1817 and the other for 34
acres made the 8th of Jan 1819 both upon a land office treasury warrant No. 6077 issued the
6th day of Nov 1817 lying in Montgomery county on the head waters of Cuttawbo [Catawba] 
and is bounded as follows Beg. at a locust stake corner to his own & Wm. Akins land and 
with 2 lines of Akins N 52 W 22 poles to a fallen chestnut N 64 W 37 to a white oak & ash S 40 
W 84 to a poplar & white oak corner to Wm. Wallacesham S 19 W 148 to a white oak on a 
line of his own land & with the same N 88 E 22 poles to a black oak N 45 E 26 poles to <sic> in 
a field N 25 E 104 poles to a stake & thence N 48 E 90 poles to the Beginning.
Variation 3 degrees East Levi Nerwilleon
Completed 13 Feb 1819 Gordan Cloyd

16 Oct 1819 -- Deed Bk. G, pg. 288: Isaac Snodgrass & Jane his wife to John Evans, 
277 acres on waters of Crab Creek, a branch of New River.
<purchased 15 Nov 1810, Deed Bk. E, pg. 85>
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1820 Montgomery Co VA Census
pg. 182:
Isaac Snodgrass = 6 m 0-10, 2 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 26-45.
Alexander Snodgrass = 1 m 45+, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 45+.
---------------------------------------

9 Sep 1823 -- Will Book 3, pg. 519: Alex. Snodgrass, dec'd. Appraisal dated 9 Sep 1823. 
Appraisers: Giles Thomas, John Hamman, & Joseph Anderson. 
Total value $395.87 (including 130 gallons of Apple Brandy valued at $65). No heirs named.

1825 -- Entry Bk. E <is this Plott Bk. E?>, pg. 80: Rebecca Snodgrass, assignee of Gordon
Cloyd, enters 65 acres upon the waters of Catawbo [Catawba ?] including the same land
Alexander Snodgrass surveyed 13 Feb 1819.

4 May 1827 -- Will Book 4, pg. 305: Rebecca Snodgrass, will dated 4 May 1827, 
probated Jun 1827. Names children Mary, Rebecca, John, and Sarah. 
Executors to be neighbors, Giles Thomas & John Haman. Witnesses William Eakin & 
Adam Shank. 
Haman refused to qualify, and Thomas qualified with Samuel Henderson as his surety.

Will Bk. 4, pg. 366: Rebecca Snodgrass, appraisement.
----------------------- 

16 Nov 1827 -- Will Book 4, pg. 368: Robert Snodgrass, of Champaign Co., OH,
power of attorney to Giles Thomas, to collect anything that was due him in
state of Virginia, and to sell his share in his father's land in Montgomery Co., VA.

17 Feb 1834 -- Ralph Snodgrass m. Nancy McCoy; bondsman William McCoy
(Bk. A, pg. 242).

28 Mar 1834 -- Deed Bk. L, pg. 345: John Snodgrass & Matilda his wife, Samuel
Logan & Sarah his wife, Enos Carter & A. Carter his wife, John Cooly & Martha his wife,
all of Fayette Co., IN, sell to Adam Shank for $100 ... 199 acres on the waters of Catawba,
adjoining William Eakin, Wm. Wallace, Daniel Brillhart, Timothy Lake and the heirs of John
Snodgrass, land which Alexander Snodgrass resided and died ... their several shares ... 
Witnesses: George Coo, Thomas Moffett, and Ellis D. McDonnell.
Signatures acknowledged in Fayette Co., IN.

17 Jan 1838 -- Deed Bk. M, pg. 363: Giles Thomas, attorney for Robert Snodgrass, one 
of the heirs of Alexander Snodgrass dec'd of Montgomery Co., VA, to William Hall of the
same...$50...two parcels on the waters of the Catawba adjoining Wm. Eakin, Nathaniel Deaton,
and Daniel Brilhart ... two tracts totaling 245 acres ...land of Alexander Snodgrass dec'd ... one
undivided equal tenth part ...

20 Apr 1840 -- Deed Bk. M, pg. 592: Giles Thomas attorney in fact for Josiah Snodgrass, 
Simon Gee and Christina his wife, Aaron Snodgrass, Samuel Brown and Rebecca his wife, all of
Washington Co., IN, heirs at law of Alexander Snodgrass dec'd of Montgomery Co., VA, to
William Hall for $50 ... all their shares in Alexanders 254 acres... the waters of the Catawba ...
Recorded 4 May 1840.
[vss - these are children of Alexander Snodgrass (d. ca. 1821 OH; s/o Alexander & Rebecca) &
Elizabeth Smyth ...
Josiah Snodgrass (m. 1837 Washington Co IN Margaret Holsapple; 1860 McDonough IL)
Simon Gee & Christina (m. 1831 Washington Co IN - her mother consents!)
Aaron Snodgrass (m. Lucia Jennings; 1860 McDonough IL)
Samuel Brown & Rebecca (m. 1838 Washington Co IN)]

1851 Craig Co. was formed from parts of Montgomery Co. & other counties.

Sep 1856 -- Deed Bk. Q, pg. 106: Heirs of William McCoy, who died prior to 22 Feb 1855 
(Will Bk. 8, pg. 584), including Ralph Snodgrass & his wife Nancy <we need to see this one>.
---------------- 

24 Dec 1920 - Clyde Earl Snodgrass, age 21, b. Grafton, WV; res. Ridgely, WV; 
s/o Hiram & Nora Snodgrass; married Carrie Lee Hodge, age 18, b. Montgomery Co.; 
res. Blacksburg; d/o Robert & Mollie Hodge. (Bk. 2, pg. 101).

May 1926 -- Deed Bk. 84, pg. 463: Carrie Lee Snodgrass to A. F. Caldwell.

1941 -- Arizona Snodgrass m. Ralph D. Anderson (Bk. 3, pg. 100).

1967 -- Elizabeth Dale Snodgrass m. Elmer Mitchell Spencer (Bk. 4, pg. 392).

1981 -- The Virginia Gen., vol. 25, #2, page 154: Query #2743. Seek parents of Enos Carter,
born 1791, Franklin Co., VA; married 1818, Montgomery Co., VA, Ann Snodgrass who died
Fayette Co., IN, 1856. Married 2nd Margaret Kelly 1860. Enos and Ann had eight children: 
John A. (m. Elizabeth Monical), Sara (m. Judge William Scott), Elizabeth Jane (m. --- Lewis),
Charles B. (m. Mary ---_, Vincent (m. ---); other three unknown. Will appreciate help. 
Mrs. Wanda White, Box 42342, Las Vegas, Nev. 89104

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NANSEMOND COUNTY and the city of SUFFOLK

SOURCES (975.5532 & 975.553)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suffolk, Nansemond Co., VA (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Nansemond Co., VA, Index, Clerks' Fee Book, 1774 & 1789-1800 
(The Hugh Watson Jr. Gen. Soc.) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Suffolk Parish Vestry Book, 1749-1784, Nansemond Co., VA, & 
Newport Parish Vestry Book, 1724-1772, Isle of Wight Co., VA (Hopkins) NS
The Vestry Book of the Upper Parish, Nansemond Co., VA, 1743-1793 (Hall) NS

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NELSON COUNTY

SOURCES (975.55493)

CENSUS RECORDS
1900 census - yes

LAND RECORDS
Nelson Co., VA, Courthouse Miniatures: An Abstract of Deed Book 1 (Davis) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Nelson Co., VA, Courthouse Miniatures: An Abstract of Will Book A,
1807-1818 (Davis) NS
Film #32,715 = probate index, 1808-1927 - NS <very faded film>

VITAL RECORDS
Nelson Co. Marriages, 1808-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Nelson Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1808-1866 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS

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RECORDS 

1900 Census

Massies Mill Dist., 35-85-5-75:
William Evans 40-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1859 m. 14y, farmer, o.m.f.
Fannie Evans 36-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1863 wife, 7 ch, 7 liv
Cora L. Evans 10-F-VA/VA/VA Oct 1889 daughter
William H. Evans 12-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1888 son
Helton E. Evans 10-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1890 son
Clarrence Evans 8-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1892 son
Agnes W. Evans 4-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1896 daughter
Lewis Evans 2-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1897 son
Chorlis Snodgrass 18-F-VA/VA/VA Dec 1881 step-daughter
<Note: This shows dau. Cora & son Helton as being born less than 9 months apart.>

Massies Mill Dist., 35-85-21-95:
Robert Meier? 38-M-VA/VA/VA farmer, o.m.f.
***
Chorlis B. Snodgrass 18-F-VA/VA/VA Dec 1881 servant
<appears to be duplicate of entry above>

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NEW KENT COUNTY

SOURCES (975.543)

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

MILITARY RECORDS
New Kent Co., VA: U.S. Census 1810, U.S. Census 1850, & Abstracts of the
Application Papers of Revolutionary War Pensioners (NSDAR) NS

TAX RECORDS
New Kent Co., VA, Land Tax Lists, 1782-1790 (TLC Gen.) NS

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NORFOLK COUNTY now the city of CHESAPEAKE

SOURCES (975.5523)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Records, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., VA: Cedar Grove and 
Elmwood Cemeteries (LDS) NS
Record of Inscriptions on the Tombstones in St. Paul's Church Yard, Norfolk, VA (---) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census
1900 census - NS
1920 soundex - yes

COURT RECORDS
Book "B," Lower Norfolk Co., VA, 1646-1651/2 (Walter) NS
The County Court, 1637-1904, Norfolk Co., VA (Cross) NS
1784-1884: 100 Years Naturalizations & Declarations of Intention:
Norfolk Borough/City; Norfolk Co. (Now Chesapeake), Princess Anne Co. (Now
Virginia Beach), Portsmouth, Eastern District Court, VA (Wingo & Wingo) NS
Guardian Bonds of Norfolk Co., VA, 1750-1800 (Wingo) NS
The Order Book & Related Papers of the Common Hall of the Borough of
Norfolk, VA, 1736-1798 (Tarter) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Histories, Recollections, and Anecdotes of Old Norfolk (Cook) unindexed, didn't do
Virginia and the Virginians: Norfolk Co., 1606-1888 (Brock--1888) NS

LAND RECORDS
Film #32,821 = Index to Deeds & Wills -- yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Norfolk City in War Time (Davis) unindexed, didn't do
Revolutionary War and War of 1812 Applications for Pensions, Bounty Land
Warrants, and Heirs of Dec'd Prisoners (Wingo) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts from the City of Norfolk, VA, Will Book 1, 1784-1800 (Gates & Willis) NS
Brief Abstracts of Lower Norfolk Co. & Norfolk Co. Wills, 1637-1710 (McIntosh) NS
Brief Abstracts of Norfolk Co. Wills, 1710-1753 (McIntosh) NS
Collection of Unrecorded Wills, 1711-1900 - NS
Norfolk Co., VA, Will Books, vol. 1-3, 1755-1802 (Wingo) yes
Film #32,821 = Index to probate records, 1637-1836 - yes
Film #32,822 = Index to probate records, 1837-1876 - NS
Film #32,882 = Index to appraisements, etc., Chesapeake City, 1755-1937
Film #32,902 = Probate Index, Chesapeake City, 1755-1950 - NS

TAX RECORDS
Norfolk Co., VA, Tithables, vol. 1-3, 1730-1780 (Wingo) yes

VITAL RECORDS
Vestry Book of Elizabeth River Parish, 1749-1761 - NS
Marriages of Norfolk Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2, 1706-1817 (Wingo) NS
Norfolk Co., VA, Marriages, 1791-1810 (Gioe) NS

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RECORDS 

1765 -- Tithables and land in the Western District of Norfolk Borough, by Wm. Aitchison: 
Neil Snodgrass and Negros London, Pierro, Quaw, Cudjoe, & Dick
(6 tithables, no land).

2 Mar 1767 -- Neil Snodgrass, George Deveriux, & Francis Howard witnessed the
will of William Worden.

10 Jun 1767 -- Tithables and acres of land from the Great Bridge to Edmond's Bridge & 
New Mill Creek, taken by James Webb, 10 Jun 1767: Rich.d Templeman & Neil Snodgrass &
negroes Qua, Qua, Will, Ceasir, Dick, Robin & Pero; 9 tithables; 254 acres of land.

1768 -- The List of Tithables & Land, St. Brides Parish, Great Bridge Division, taken 
by John Wilson, Gent., for 1768: Richard Templeton, Neill Snodgrass & negroes Will, Qua, 
little Qua, Robin, Dick & Pero - 1 carriage & 2 acres at Bridge; 8 tithables, 883 acres of land.

Book X/J, page 30: Neil Snodgrass et al to Abraham Wormington.
Book X/J, page 32: Neil Snodgrass et al to Abraham Worthington.
Book 20, page 75: Martin Bayne to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 20, page 293: Samuel Simmons to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 20, page 301: William Wallace to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 21, page ??: John Smith to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 21, page 13: Henry White to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 22, page 69: William Miller to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 22, page 89: Thomas Taylor to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 22, page 177: Jeremiah Manning to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 22, page 225: Joseph Miller to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 23, page 27: Willis Ball to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 23, page 136: Henry Butt Jr. & Henry Butt Sr. to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 24, page 75: Neil Snodgrass et al to Henry Butt.
Book 24, page 94: Simon Portlock to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 24, page 95: Simon Portlock to Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman.
Book 24, page 101: Neil Snodgrass et al to Joel Miller.
Book 25, page 8: Neil Snodgrass, Richard Templeman, & S. Simmons to Mathias Miller.
Book 25, page 81: Neil Snodgrass et al to Wallace Solomon.
Book 27, page 4: Neil Snodgrass & Richard Templeman to John Smith.
---------------------------------------

1920 Soundex

48-143-58-43:
U.S. Naval Operating Base
***
Newglass E. Snodgrass 19-M-MS lodger
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NORTHAMPTON COUNTY
SOURCES (975.515)

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, Northampton Co., VA, 1632-1802
(Marshall) NS

TAX RECORDS
Northampton Co., VA, Tithables, 1720-1769 (Bell) unindexed, didn't do

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages, Northampton Co., 1660-1854 (Mihalyka) NS

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NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY
SOURCES (975.521)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcriptions - NS

COURT RECORDS
Northumberland Co., VA, Apprenticeships, vol. 1 & 2, 1650-1852 (Haynie) NS
Order Book Abstracts of Northumberland Co., VA, 1652-1673, 5 vol. (Sparacio) NS
Records of Northumberland Co., VA: Abstracts from the Earliest Extant
Records, 1647-1652; Index & Will Abstracts from Record Book 1710-1713, &
Selected Records from Order Book 1737-1743 (Jett) NS

JOURNALS
Index: The Northumberland Co. Hist. Soc. Bulletin, 1964-1993 (Schwartz) yes

LAND RECORDS
Deed & Will Abstracts, Northumberland Co., VA, 1650-1711, 6 vol. (Sparacio) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Northumberland Co., VA, Poll List for the Election of Burgesses for the
Period 1750-1774 (Bromley & Bromley) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Northumberland Co., VA, Wills & Administrations, vol. 1-4, 1713-1816
(Lewis & Booker) yes

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RECORDS 

13 Jul 1767 -- Order Book 1767-1770, pg. 85: Estate of Robert Waddrop,
administration bond to Robert Gordon, with securities William Snodgrass,
James Campbell, & David Boyd.

Northumberland Co. Hist. Soc. Bulletin, vol. 7, page 35: Clyde Snodgrass.

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NOTTAWAY COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5637)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

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ORANGE COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5372)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions of Orange Co., VA (Klein) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Chancery Suits, Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Orange Co., VA, 
1831-1845 (Sparacio) NS
Orange Co. Road Orders, vol. 1 & 2, 1735-1800 (Miller) NS
Orange Co., VA, Order Book One, 1734-1739, Pt. 1, 1734-1736 (???) NS

LAND RECORDS
Cavaliers & Pioneers, vol. ? ( ) yes
Deed Abstracts of Orange Co., VA, vol. 1-7, 1743-1799 (Sparacio) NS
The Octonia Grant in Orange & Greene Counties (Grymes) NS
Orange Co., VA, Deed Books 5-8, 1741-1743 (Dorman) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Occasional Papers, No. 1: A Select Bibliography on Orange Co., VA
(Cortada) unindexed, didn't do

PROBATE RECORDS
A Digest of Orange Co., VA, Will Books, 1734-1838 (Sparacio) NS
Will Abstracts of Orange Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2, 1778-1838 (Sparacio & Sparacio) NS
Film #33,002 = Probate index, 1734-1947 - NS

TAX RECORDS
Orange Co., VA, Land Tax Books, vol. 1 & 2, 1782-1795 (Sparacio & Sparacio) NS
Orange Co., VA, Tithables, 1734-1782, pt. 1 (Little) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg, and of Orange,
Spotsylvania, & Stafford Counties, VA, 1722-1850, 2nd edition (Fisher) NS
Marriages of Orange Co., VA, 1747-1810 (Knorr) NS
Marriages in Virginia: Spotsylvania Co., 1851-1900, & Orange Co., 1851-1867 (Fisher) NS
Orange Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1757-1803, 1810-1865 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Orange Co., VA, Marriages, 1747-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes

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RECORDS 

16 Jun 1738 -- Patent Book ?, page 30: John Picket, 500 acres Orange Co.,
near a br. & an Ivey Point, adj. Henry Downs; for the Importation of 9 Pers.:
Thomas Snudgrass, George Underdown, William Cape, James Hutchenson, John
Farmer, John Stuart, John Holloway, Henry Kendall, & Thomas Duninghamarried
------------------- 

20 Jan 1838 -- Paul V. Snodgrass of Berkeley Co., VA, married Mary Riall;
witness: Reynolds Chapman; bond Edward Riall.

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PAGE COUNTY
SOURCES (975.594)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Records of Page Co., VA, vol. 1, Luray Cemarried (Ellsberry)
NS
Evergreen Memorial Gardens Cemetery of Page Co., VA (Campbell) NS
Mt. Zion Brethern Church Cemetery of Page Co., VA (Campbell) NS
Names in Stone, Page Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2 (Campbell) NS
Page Co., VA, Cemeteries, vol. 1 & 2 (Page Co. Heritage Assoc.) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - NS
1910 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Page Co., VA, Guardian Bonds, 1850-1945 (Campbell) NS

HISTORY
A Short History of Page Co., VA (Strickler--1952) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Genealogical Abstract of Rev. John N. Stirewalt's Pastoral Record,
1869-1906, Page Co., VA (Millerl) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Page Co., VA, Men in Gray (Spratt) NS
Veterans of WWI, Page Co., VA (Campbell) NS

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Gleanings from the Newspapers in Page Co., VA (Campbell) NS
Items of Interest (Gen. Soc. of Page Co., VA)
vol. 1: Page News & Courier, Luray, Page Co., VA, 1869-1880 -
NS
vol. 2: An Abstract of the Page Valley Courier, 1881-1885 - NS
Marriage Notices, 1869-1885, Page News & Courier, Luray, Page Co., VA
(Gen. Soc. of Page Co., VA) NS
Marriages Recorded in the Page Courier, Page Co., VA, 1869-1882
(Campbell) NS
Obituaries Recorded in Page Co., VA, 1869-1879 (Campbell) NS
Page Co., VA, Death Notices, vol. 1-4 (Campbell) NS
Page News & Courier, Obituary Notices, vol. 1, 1869-1880 (Page Public
Library) NS
Page News & Courier, Obituary Notices, vol. 2, 1881-1885 (Owens) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Birth Records, Page Co., VA, 1865-1885 (Campbell) NS
Page Co., VA, Births, 1853-1860 (Kite) NS
Page Co., VA, Births, 1896 (Owens & Cyphert) NS
Page Co., VA, Deaths, vol. 1-4, 1853-1896 (Kite) NS
Page Co., VA, Marriages, 1831-1864 (Bertrand & Turpin) NS
Page Co., VA, Marriages, vol. 1-7, 1865-1925 (Campbell) NS

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PATRICK COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5695)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions of the Cemeteries of Patrick Co., VA (Pilson)
NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription -- NS
1860 census transcription -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Abstracts of Order Book O, Patrick Co., VA, 1791-1800 (Adams) NS

HISTORY
The Life and Times of Ridgeway, VA, 1728-1990 (Pace & McGee) NS

LAND RECORDS
Land Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present Va
Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito)
NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Patrick Co., VA, Muster Roll, 1861-1865 (Roberson) unindexed, didn't
do

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Accounts, Patrick Co., VA,
1791-1823
(Adams) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Patrick Co., VA, 1791-1799 (no author given) NS
Marriages of Patrick Co., VA, 1791-1850 (Adams) NS
Patrick Co., VA, Death Register, 1853-1870 (James) NS
Patrick Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1791-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Patrick Co., VA, Marriages, 1854-1874 (Steele) NS
Patrick Co., VA, Marriages, 1875-1900 (Kirkman & Pilson) NS

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PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY & the city of DANVILLE
SOURCES (975.5665)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Inscriptions from the Cemeteries of Danville, VA, vol. 1 & 2 (Woods)
NS
Lemont Cemetery, Danville, VA (VA-NC Piedmont Gen. Soc.)
vol. 1: Burial Records, 31 Dec 1895 to 31 Dec 1986 - NS
vol. 2; Gravestone Records through Fall 1986 - NS
RIP: Cemetery Census, 1981, Pittsylvania Co., State of Virginia, vol.
1
& 2 (VA-NC Piedmont Gen. Soc.) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - NS

HISTORY
A Brief History of Danville, VA, 1728-1954 (Hairston) NS
The History of Pittsylvania Co., VA (Clement--1981) NS
Virginia and the Virginians: Pittsylvania Co., 1606-1888
(Brock--1808)
NS

LAND RECORDS
Land Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present Va
Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito)
NS
Old Survey Books 1 (1746-1782) & 2 (1797-1829), Pittsylvania Co., VA
(Chiarito) NS
Pittsylvania Co., VA, Deed Books 1, 2, & 3 (Payne & Payne) NS
Pittsylvania Co., VA, Deed Book 4, 1774-1778 (TLC Gen.) NS
Pittsylvania Co., VA, Deeds, 1791-1794 (TLC Gen.) NS
Property Lines from the Old Survey Books, Pittsylvania Co., VA,
1746-1840
(Dodson) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
The Cabell-Graves Camp of Confederate Veterans at Danville, VA,
1888-1896
(United Daus. of the Confederacy) unindexed, didn't do
Confederate Soldiers of Pittsylvania Co. & Danville (Williams) yes
Military Records of Pittsylvania Co., VA, 1767-1783, Taken from
Judgement
Books 1, 2, & 4, and Deed Book 4 (White) NS
Register of Federal Prisoners of War of the U.S. Army Confined at
Danville, VA, 1863-1865, and Confederate Soldiers and Effects at the
Danville,
VA, Hospital, 1862-1863 (VA-NC Piedmont Gen. Soc.) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Eighteenth Century Landmarks of Pittsylvania Co., VA (Fitzgerald &
Hurt)
NS
Picks, Tracks, & Batteaux: Industry in Pittsylvania Co., VA,
1780-1980
(Melton) NS
Pittsylvania's Eighteenth-Century Grist Mills (Melton) NS
Pittsylvania's Nineteenth-Century Grist Mills (Melton) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Pittsylvania Co., VA, Wills, 1767-1820 (Adams) NS
Pittsylvania Co., VA, Abstracts of Wills, 1768-1800 (Hughes &
Standefer)
NS
Pittsylvania Co., VA, Inventories & Accounts Current, 1770-1797
(Payne)
NS
Wills of Pittsylvania Co., VA, 1820-1845 (Williams) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Abstracts of Mt. Ararat Primitive Baptist Church (Old Mountain),
Pittsylvania Co., VA (VA-NC Piedmont Gen. Soc.) NS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Pittsylvania Co., VA, 1767-1805
(Knorr) NS
Marriages of Pittsylvania Co., VA, 1806-1875, 3 vol. (Williams) NS
Marriages of Pittsylvania Co., VA, 1831-1861 (Chiarito) NS
Pittsylvania Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1767-1864 (Gen. Soc. of Utah)
NS

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RECORDS

[1860-1865] - M. Snodgrass, pvt., Co. I, 18th Regt., died Ft. Delaware.

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POWHATAN COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5612)

PROBATE RECORDS
Powhatan Co., VA, Wills, 1777-1795 (Weisinger) NS

TAX RECORDS
Powhatan Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1782 & 1784 (Simmons) NS
Powhatan Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1787-1788-1789 (Simmons) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Index of the Register of St. James Parish, Southam, Powhatan Co., VA
(Owens & Smith, DAR) NS
Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Powhatan Co., VA, 1777-1830
(Knorr) NS
Powhatan Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1777-1854 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Powhatan Co. Marriages, 1777-1850 (Vogt & Kethly) NS

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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5632)

CHURCH RECORDS
A Partial Index to the Vestry Book, including Land Processions, of St.
Patrick Parish, Prince Edward Co., VA, 1755-1774 [indexes Film #33,857] NS

COURT RECORDS
Virginia's District Courts, 1789-1809: Records of the Prince Edward
Dist.: Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, & Prince Edward
Counties;
wills to 1829, deeds to 1816 (Warren) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
History of Prince Edward Co., VA, from Its Earliest Settlements
through
Its Establishment in 1754 to Its Bicentennial Year (Bradshaw--1955) NS
Petitioners & Tithables in Prince Edward Co., VA, 1775-1776 <with
genealogical additions> (DAR) yes

LAND RECORDS
Prince Edward Co., VA, Abstracts from Deed Book #1, 1754-1763 (Gen.
Soc.
of Utah) NS
Prince Edward Co., VA, Deed Book 1, 1754-1759 (TLC Gen.) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Prince Edward Co., VA, Wills, 1754-1776 (TLC Gen.) NS
Prince Edward Co., VA, Abstracts of Wills, Books 1-7, 1754-1837 (Gen.
Soc. of Utah) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Prince Edward Co., VA,
1754-1810
(Knorr) NS

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RECORDS

<we need date of publication> -- Petitioners & Tithables:
Genealogy of Hugh Porter: 
page 14: Hugh Smith Porter, 1804-1835, s/o Hugh Porter & Janet Forsyth,
married Opliny Snodgrass.
page 23: Polly Anthony Chapman, b. 1816, d/o Ann Dixon Carson & Rev.
Alexander
Chapman, m/1 Robert Snodgrass; m/2 George R. Hines.
page 23: Mary Carson, d/o Thomas Ewing Carson & Jane Bell, m/1 1834 Robert
Snodgrass; m/2 --- Martin.

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PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY and the city of PETERSBURG
SOURCES (975.5581 & 975.5585)

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census transcription - NS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS

CHURCH RECORDS
Merchants Hope Church (no author given) unindexed, didn't do

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Prince George Co., VA, Miscellany, 1711-1814 (Weisiger) NS
Prince George Co., VA, Records, 1733-1792 (Weisiger) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Prince George Co., VA, Wills & Deeds, 1710-1713 (Weisiger) NS
Prince George Co., VA, Wills & Deeds, 1713-1728 (Weisiger) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George, &
Dinwiddie Counties, VA, 1720-1798 (Chamberlayne) NS

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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY & the cities of MANASSAS & MANASSAS
PARK
SOURCES (975.5273, 975.52734, & 975.52736)

CEMETERY RECORDS
One Hundred Old Cemeteries of Prince William Co., VA (Conner) NS

COURT RECORDS
Order Book Abstracts of Prince William Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2, 1752-1757
(Sparacio & Sparacio) NS
Prince William Co., VA, Bond Book, 1753-1782 (Johnson) NS

HISTORY
Crossroads of the Past: A History of Haymarket, VA (Crewdson)
unindexed,
didn't do

LAND RECORDS
Abstracts of Land Causes, Prince William Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2,
1789-1793
(Sparacio & Sparacio) NS
Prince William Co., VA, Deed Books A & B, 1731-1735 (Johnson) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Prince William Co., VA, Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Dorman) NS
Prince William Co., VA, Will Book G (1778-1791) & Order Book
(1769-1771)
(Johnson) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Prince William Co., VA, Residents: Marriages from Sources Outside the
County (Turner) NS

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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY (now Virginia Beach)
SOURCES (975.551)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Old Churches, Their Cemeteries, and Family Graveyards of Princess Anne
Co., VA (Green & West) unindexed, didn't do

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census - yes

JOURNALS
Virginia Antiquary, vol. 1: Princess Anne Co. Loose Papers, 1700-1789
(Creecy) NS

LAND RECORDS
Genealogical Abstracts of Princess Anne Co., VA, Court Records, from
Deed
Books 6 & 7 and Minute Books 6 & 7, 1740-1762 (Walter) NS
Princess Anne Co., VA, Land and Probate Records Abstracted from Deed
Books 1-18, 1691-1783, 2 vol. (Maling) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Princess Anne Co., VA, Wills, 1783-1871 (Maling) NS
Film #33,185 = Probate index, 1783-1941 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Lynhaven Parish Register, 1838-1913, Princess Anne Co., VA (Graves)
NS
Marriages of Princess Anne Co., VA, 1749-1821 (Wingo) NS

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1860 Census

London Bridge P.O., page 654, #589/608:
Geo. B. Davis 27-M-VA blacksmith, 0/80
***
Rose Snodgrass 15-F-VA (color = fl)
<possibly means "bl" for black,, but the letter is identical with the "f"
under sex.>
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PULASKI COUNTY
SOURCES (975.5775)

VITAL RECORDS
Pulaski Co. Marriages, 1839-1857 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY
SOURCES ( )

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills of Rappahannock Co., VA, 1656-1692 (Sweeny) NS

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RICHMOND COUNTY
SOURCES (975.523)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Account Book Abstracts of Richmond Co., VA, 1724-1783, 2 vol.
(Sparacio)
yes
Criminal Proceedings in Colonial VA: [Records of] Fines, Examination
of
Criminals, Trials of Slaves, etc., from March 1710/11 to [1754] (Hoffer &
Scott) NS
Order Book Abstracts of Richmond Co., VA, 1692-1704, 5 vol. (Sparacio)
NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed Abstracts of Richmond Co., VA, 1692-1729, 11 vol. (Sparacio) NS
Richmond Co., VA, Deeds & Bonds, 1721-1750, 3 vol. (TLC Gen.) NS

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
An Index to the Northern Neck News, Warsaw, Richmond Co., VA,
1879-1939,
12 vol. (Hodge) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills of Richmond Co., VA, 1699-1800 (Headley) NS
Film #33,737 = Probate index, 1699-1950 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
The Register of North Farnham Parish, 1663-1814, & Lunenburg Parish,
1783-1800, Richmond Co., VA (King) NS

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RECORDS

[1769-1772] -- Account Book, Part 2, pages 605-607: Estate of Samuel Rust
to
John Corrie... includes: To paid James Snodgrass p. Account; paid William
Snodgrass;...

6 Sep 1773 -- Account Book, Part 2, page 624-629: Dr. Mr. Peter Rust in
account with John Corrie... includes: Cr. James Snodgrass pr Account...

5 Sep 1774 -- Account Book, Part 2, page ?: Benjamin Rust to John
Corrie...
includes: Cr. James Snodgrass.

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ROANOKE COUNTY & the cities of ROANOKE & SALEM
SOURCES (975.5791, 975.5792, & 975.5793)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census - yes
1870 census - yes <we need this>
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #33,810 = Deed index, grantor, 1838-1923 - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #33,802 - Index to wills, 1838-1953 - NS
Film #33,803 - Index to wills, heirs, bonds, etc., 1838-1940 - yes

VITAL RECORDS Roanoke Co. Marriages, 1838-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes
Film #33,822 item 2 = Register of Marriages, no. 1, 1853-1919 - yes

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RECORDS

13 Oct 1845 -- Mary Snodgrass married John Shephard; by Joshua N. Burnett,
Baptist minister.

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1850 Census

#512/512:
Samuel P. Holt 31-M-VA
Elizabeth Holt 24-F-VA
***
James W. Snodgrass 25-M-VA clerk

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1870 Census

Big Lick Twp., page 292:
Eliza Snodgrass
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1904 -- Deed Book 30, page 549: Ida E. & Jackson Snodgrass et al to J. F.
Eller, Trust, 1904.

5 Jun 1907 -- Arthur Vernon Snodgrass, 23, farmer, b. Giles Co., s/o Miles
&
Sarah Snodgrass, married Marsha Della Buck, 18, b. ___, d/o N. H. &
Luvenia;
by W. H. D. Harper (Methodist min.)<faint film>.

1908 -- Deed Book 43, page 107: Ida & Jackson Snodgrass to David Patrick,
1908.

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1910 Miracode

City of Roanoke, 82-125-33:
Wesley C. Snodgrass 63-M-WV
Francis L. Snodgrass 61-F-WV wife
Ollie H. Snodgrass 23-M-WV son
Lois Snodgrass 23-F-WV daughter-in-law
Bessie Snodgrass 4-F-WV granddaughter
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1920 Soundex

63-123-1-29:
Jordan W. Conner
***
Clifton B. Snodgrass 11-M-VA step-son
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1928 -- Probate records of A. V. Snodgrass, dec'd:
Bond Book 8, page 64
Bond Book 9, page 240
Clerks Orders, Book 2, page 240
Chancery Orders, Book 14, pages 486, 501, 502, 510, 540, 541, 575
? Book 10, page 440
Chancery File #2593
Minors: Ira W. Snodgrass 
Nellie M. Snodgrass 
Roy H. Snodgrass
Ruth F. Snodgrass

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ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY and the cities of BUENA VISTA & LEXINGTON 

SOURCES (975.5851, 975.5852, & 975.5853) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Jackson Memorial Cemetery Survey Complete to 1960, Lexington, 
Rockbridge Co., VA (Couper) NS
Rockbridge Co., VA, Cemeteries (Ruley) vol. 1 - Kerrs Creek District -- NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1860 census index -- NS
1880 census index -- NS

COURT RECORDS
Rockbridge Co., VA, Minute Book #1 (Levinson & Levinson)
pt. 1, 1778-1786, pt. 2, 1786-1788 & pt. 3, 1789-1792 -- NS
Rockbridge Co., VA, Minute Book #2 (Levinson & Levinson)
pt. 1, 1791-1793 & pt. 2, 1793-1794 -- NS

HISTORY
A History of Rockbridge Co., VA (Morton--1920) NS

JOURNALS
The Virginia Genealogist - yes
(Rockbridge Co., VA, Tithables)
(Rockbridge Co., VA, Marriage Bonds & Minister's Returns, 1778-1805)

LAND RECORDS
Deed Books (from Courthouse)
Rockbridge Co., VA, Deed Book B, 1788-1793 (Douthat) yes
Film #33,759 = Deed index, grantor, 1778- , Rockbridge Co., VA

MILITARY RECORDS
The Virginia Military Institute New Market Corps: Biographical Sketches of 
the Members of the V.M.I. Corps of Cadets Who Fought in the Battle of 
New Market, 15 May 1864 (Couper) page 68

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Marriage Notices from Extant Issues of the "Rockingham Register," 
Harrisonburg, VA, 1822-1870 (Boyd-Rush) NS
Rockbridge Co., VA, Notebook: Compiled from Articles by Dr. Geo. W. Diehl 
as published in the News-Gazette, Lexington, VA (Coppage) yes 
<xerox of page 225 -- I need to find this.>

PROBATE RECORDS
Abstracts of Rockbridge Co., VA, Circuit Court Will Book I, 1809-1974 
(McClure) NS
Film #33,748 = Probate index, 1778-1925 - yes

TAX RECORDS
Early land tax lists (from courthouse)

VITAL RECORDS
Rockbridge Co. Births, 1853-1877 (Kirkpatrick & Kirkpatrick) NS
Rockbridge Co., VA, Deaths, 1853-1870, 1912-1917 (Ruley) NS
Rockbridge Co. Marriages, 1778-1850 (by ???) yes
Rockbridge Co. Marriages, 1851-1885 (Perkins) NS
Film #33,795: General Index to Marriage & Birth Records
Film #33,797: Marriage & Birth Register

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RECORDS 

ca. 1747 -- Rockbridge Co., VA, Notebook: Compiled from Articles by Dr. Geo.
W. 
Diehl as published in the News-Gazette, Lexington, VA 
[vss - When were these articles written and when published?] 
Notebook, page 167: The records before 1819 of "Fork of the James" (later
called 
Hall's Meeting House) are lost, but the early elders (after ca. 1747) were
Thomas 
Paxton, Wmarried Paxton [?], John Greenlee, Joseph Snodgrass, David Steele, 
Samuel McClure, and Joseph Walker.

Notebook, page 66: James Gilmore, Henry Miller, and Samuel Snodgrass were
the 
moving powers in the organization of the "Fork of the James" Associate Reformed 

Presbyterian Church. The meeting-house was erected on the property of Henry
Miller, 
which had been a part of the Greenlee Grant. Here the families of Crawford, the
Miller 
clan, the Gilmores, the Irvines, and other pioneer families gathered for divine
worship.
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1778 -- Tithables: 
James Snodgrass, 1 tithable male
Joseph Snodgrass 2 tithable males

Jul 1779 -- List of Tythables in Capt. Paxton's Co. Taken by order of Court July
1779:
Robert Snodgrass - 1 tithable male
Joseph Snodgrass - 2 tithable males
James Snodgrass - 1 tithable male
List of tithables taken by Chs. Campbell:
James Snodgrass - 1 tithable male
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8 Mar 1780 -- Deed Book A, page 246/7: James Snodgrass & wife Jean/Jane
sold to 

Robert Cooper for 5 shillings and 500 pounds, 241 acres in Burden's tract, partly in 

Augusta and partly in Rockbridge Co., adjoining James Henry, George Weir, and 
Robt. Wason.
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1782 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres.

1782 -- Taxpayers:
Joseph Snodgrass, 3 tithable males, 8 horses, 16 cattle
Robert Snodgrass, 1 tithable male, 3 horses, 3 cattle

1783 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres

6 May 1783 -- Thomas Burgess & wife Catherine sold 141 acres to Robert
Snodgrass, 
but the deed was not recorded. <see 4 Aug 1801>

1 Oct 1783 -- Deed Book A, page 423: 
James Welch and Mary his wife sold to Robert Snodgrass (all of Rockbridge Co.) 
100 acres on the North Branch of the James River ... beginning at 2 white oaks on
top
of hill and up the River 184 poles to 3 white oak on River Bank, then N 50 poles to

white oak and black oak, E 40 poles to a white oak and hickory, N 110 poles to a 
white oak and black oak & hickory, SW 58 poles to a black oak and hickory, N 67 
W 42 poles to 2 walnuts on the branch, N 70 W 46 to Edmundson line and with it 
to the beginning...
witnesses: David Edmundson, Joseph Snodgrass, Benjamin Snodgrass.

17 Apr 1784 -- Benjamin Snodgrass married Nancy McClung, d/o James McClung;
bond or license date only.

4 Jan 1785 -- Survey for Robert. Snodgrass, 20 acres N. River (film #850,091).

1785 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 85 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

30 Sep 1786 -- Surv'd for David Little, assignee of Andrew Hays, 34 acres, Rockbridge Co., on
part of Tr. War. No. 16658, on the N. fork of James R., bnd'd viz - c. to his own survey ... head
of an island joining Snodgrass' Land... to beginning 
30 Sep 1786. Saml. Moore DSRC, Alex. Campbell SRC.

1787 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 85 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

1788 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 85 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

1789 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 85 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

1 Sep 1789 -- Deed Book B, page 76: Robert Snodgrass & Mary his wife of Rockbridge 
Co. for the one part and David Edmundson the said county for the other part ... for 75 
pounds paid by Edmundson for a tract of land containing 185 <85?> acres on the north 
fork of the James River, adjacent John Walker, John McNutt, said Edmundson, et al.

1790 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

1791 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

1792 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

11 May 1792 -- Will Book 1 p. 456: John Paxton, Robert Snodgrass, William Arnold 
(his mark) and David Willcock witnessed the will of <"Soldier John"> John Grigsby. 
[vss - from an Abstract ... To wife Elizabeth; Eldest son James Grigsby; 
Son John Grigsby; Son Charles Grigsby; Son William; 
Daughter Sarah Welch; Daughter Jane Paxton; Daughter Rachel McNut; 
Younger sons & daughters, Martha, Elizabeth and Franky, Joseph, Elisha and Reuben;
Signed John (his mark) Grigsby 
Will proved "6-3-1794" ... don't know if this is Mar or Jun. - vss]

22 Nov 1792 -- Marriage Book 1, page 32: Samuel Snodgrass married Elizabeth Adair, 
d/o James Adair; bond signed by Samuel Snodgrass & James Adair Jr., dated 5 Nov; 
by Samuel Houston, Presbyterian minister.

1794 -- Land Tax: Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

ca. 1794 -- Robert Snodgrass born. (see obituary, 2 Oct 1872, Darke Co., OH)

1795 -- Land Tax: 
Joseph Snodgrass, 317 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres

29 May 1795 -- Original hand-written will:
The following is the Last Will of Robert Snodgrass. My Body to be Buired in a plain 
and Modest manor. My will is that all my carpentor and forming tools are to be sold 
And also all my Clothing to be sold; Also the cetteles Excepting two Milk Cows and 
two year olds which are to be cept for the use of my family--there is thre of the Best of 
the hogs to be cept for the Benefit of the family -- all not Excepted is to be sold at 
vandue and the purchers giving Bond and Security; there is twelve Months Credet to be 
given for say'd Vandue; it is my Wille that all Moneye Due or that will come Due are to 
be put to interest the crop in the ground two part there of is to Be sold for to pay My 
Lawful Dets the other third part for the suport of the family; also it is my Will that is 
not more than thirty acors cleered on the plantation more than What is alredy cleered 
till the Ears [heirs] Doth Com of age; the Land is not to be put in crop ofner then Every 
third yeare; my Wife Elesabath and three children is to be suported By the yearly incoms 
of sayd plantetion During the time of hir Widowhood; if She Doth Marey after my My 
desease The orphent Childrund are to be put out to be Scoold and cept till they Come 
of age my son Robert is to be larnd to Reed and rite and the five Commen Rools taught 
at Scool and my Daughtors to be Larnd to Reed and Rite a plean hand -- it is my Wille 
that as soon as My Wife Elisabath Doth Mary aftor My Desease they are to Leave the 
plantetion and they are to have no Right Cleame or title to eny Suport or Benefit of the 
Estate Excepting the third part of the intrest of the Rent of the plantetion we now Live on; 
Which She is to have During her Life and at hir Deth that part is Voyd and the three
orphents is to be Ears of the Whole Estat also if Margret Ewin Doth Live with 
her Mother and Labours for the suport of the family till she doth be come of age and 
Doth support a good Carector she is to have to the Value of fifteen pound of the Estate 
for hir own use turn over [? as in turn over the page?] But if she behaves other ways and 
lives unches [=unchaste] and not found industries for the use and benyfit of the family and
working for hir self She is to receive nothing of or Belonging to the Estate But is to pay 
for Bording at a Commen rate in other places Excepting one pound Virginia Curency 
which is to be hir full part of the Estate and is to be payd when she Doth Becom of age -
also my stepson James Ewing is for his full part of the Estate is to be Recive ten Shiling
Virginia Curency Being his share Left him of the Estate and to be payd to him when he 
Doth Cum to age -- When my son Robert Doth Com of age all my Lands and are to be 
presad <=appraised> at the Value and all the Mony Belonging to the Estate is to be 
Collected. Robert my son to have two shares there of and the Remainder is to be Devided 
Equly Betwixt my two Daughters Elesebeth [Elizabeth] and Agness [Agnes] if any of them 
should be removed by Deth the survivers is to have their Equel share of the Deseast -
it is my will that Samuel Moore and Samuel Snodgrass my Brother and Brother in law act 
and transact my afairs being Chosen for my Executors. they are to Get pattons for all my 
Lands and they are make patent to my son Robert Snodgrass the Dwelling house is to be 
Rift with Shingels this fall and the Barn to be Raised four Rounds higher and the Roofe 
that is now upon the house to be put on the Barn
May the 29th 1795 Robert Snodgrass
Witness present: John Patton
At a court held for the County of Rockbridge the first day of September 1795 --
This Writing purporting the last will & Testament of Robert Snodgrass deceased was 
produced in Court by Samuel Moore & Samuel Snodgrass Exrs therein nam'd & proved 
by John Patton a subscribing Witness, and the Court being further Satisfied that it is in the 
hand Writeing of the Decedant is therefore Ordered to be Recorded -- And on the Motion 
of said Executors who made Oath according to Law, Certificate is granted them for 
obtaining Probate thereof in due form they having with John Patton and Andrew Scott 
their Securities entered into and acknowledged bond in L1000 [? one thousand pounds] 
Conditioned According to Law.
Will Book 1, page 498 (copy of will)
Will Book 1, page 503 (appraisal)
Will Book 3, page 303 (settlement)
[vss - Will Book 1, pp. 503-504.Inventory of Estate of Robert Snodgrass]

[vss - Robert Snodgrass died ca Aug 1795]

1796 -- Land Tax: Robert Snodgrass, 140 acres.

2 Apr 1796 -- Deed Book C, page 258: Joseph Snodgrass & wife Martha sold to 
Valentine Kiger, 260 + 38 + 17 acres on the North Branch of the James River adjoining 
Moses Trimble.

1796 -- Court of Rockbridge vs. Steel. --List of delinquents in County Levy with the 
District of Hawkins Windell, Commissioner, for the year 1796: ... Joseph Snodgrass and 
Benjamin Snodgrass, Kentucky <others "gone to Kentucky" include: Eden Bales, 
James Bales, John Hamilton, & James Sewell>

1797 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres.

1798 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres, with 100 acre new grant added.

1799 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres.

1800 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres.

1801 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres.

4 Aug 1801 -- Deed Book ?, page ?: Thomas Burgess & wife Mary wrote another deed 
for the same 141 acres they sold to Robert Snodgrass in 1783, selling the 141 acres to 
Samuel Moore & Samuel Snodgrass, executors of Robert Snodgrass dec'd.

1802 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres.

6 Mar 1803 -- Marriage Book 1, page 101: Elizabeth Snodgrass, widow of Robert Snodgrass
<died 1795>, married Samuel Moore Sr.; by William Baldridge, Associate Reform Church
minister. Bond dated 5 Mar: Samuel Moore & Isaiah Kincaid 
<Note: It might pay to look for the first wife of Samuel Moore.>
[vss - before she m. Robert Snodgrass, Elizabeth was probably m. to a Ewing ? 
So wonder what her maiden name was ..]

1803 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres.

1804 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres.

1805 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres.

1806 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres.

1807 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 
Samuel Snodgrass, 1000 acres, new grant.

3 Oct 1808 -- Deed Book F, page 380: Samuel Moore Sr., to Elizabeth, Nancy [Agnes], 
and Robert Snodgrass, being the orphans of Robert Snodgrass (Samuel Moore had married the
orphans' mother and now conveys any interest in any property that belonged to her or that may
come into her possession).

24 Nov 1808 -- Deed Book F, page 414: James Adair and wife Isabella of Rockbridge Co., VA
... for love and affection ... to Samuel Snodgrass and Elizabeth Snodgrass his wife ... parcel of 
land in Rockbridge Co., VA, on the waters of Broad Creek on the east side of the short hill
containing by estimation 211 acres ... Beginning at a white oak a corner to land I sold to 
William Jackson thence with his line N 85 W 185 poles to a pine on a line of said Snodgrass
thence with his line S 34 1/2 W 19 poles to a white oak stump S 47 E 182 poles to a large 
Black Oak N 79 E 58 poles to a white oak and black oak S 27 E 23 poles to two white oaks 
and a black oak S 5 E 82 poles to a white oak N 65 E 138 poles to a double black oak S 73 
E 10 poles to a white oak and Spanish oak a corner to my own land thence dividing lines
between my own land S 34 W [?] crossing a run 80 poles to a white oak thence a straight line to
the Beginning ... this 24 Nov 1808.
<When recorded?> 

1809 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 
Samuel Snodgrass, 1000 acres (a note: 211 acres of said tract from James Adair)

1810 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 
Samuel Snodgrass, 1000 acres 

9 Aug 1810 -- Deed Book G, page 109: Samuel Snodgrass & wife Elizabeth sold to Andrew
Alexander, 2 tracts, 248 and 209 acres, both part of 1000 acres granted to said Snodgrass on 
17 Aug 1805, joining 200 acres Samuel Snodgrass sold to Samuel Adair from this grant; also
adjoining lands of Robert McCullock, Firestone Robison, Samuel Houston, David Rodgers,
Joseph Gilmores, Alexander Walker, John Walker, and another part sold by Samuel Snodgrass 
to Samuel Summers.
<Note: A diligent search by Charles Burton, prof. genealogist residing in Botetourt Co., VA,
failed to find the deed whereby Samuel Snodgrass sold 200 acres to Samuel Adair.>

11 Aug 1810 -- Deed Book G, page 111: Samuel Snodgrass & wife Elizabeth sold to Samuel
Summers, 200 acres, another part of the 1000-acre grant; on Wolf Spring Run and other waters
of Broad Creek.

1811 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 
Samuel Snodgrass, 343 acres 

23 May 1811 -- Marriage Book 1, page 134: Elizabeth Snodgrass, ward of Joseph Grigsby, 
married Andrew Michel; by Daniel Blain, Presbyterian minister.
[vss - Michel = Mitchell ...... Elizabeth Snodgrass d/o Robert Snodgrass d. 1795]

1812 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 

1813 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 

1814 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 

1815 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 

20 Oct 1815 -- Marriage Book 1, page 161: Nancy Snodgrass, d/o Robert
Snodgrass 
dec'd, married John Houston; by George A. Baxter, Presbyterian minister.
[vss - Agnes Snodgrass = Nancy Snodgrass d/o Robert - see his will 1795]

1816 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 140 acres & 100 acres 
Robert Snodgrass's executors, 50 acres & 38 acres 

2 Sep 1816 -- Deed Book K, pages 79, 81, & 83: Samuel Snodgrass of Greene Co.,
OH,
Executor of Robert Snodgrass dec'd to Robert Snodgrass, 50 acres that they
acquired 
by grant.

2 Sep 1816 -- Deed Book K, page 90: Robert Snodgrass to Jesse Dougherty, 39
acres.

1817 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass's heirs, 11 acres
Robert Snodgrass, 141 acres & 100 acres (with a note from Robert Snodgrass' 

executors that the 38 acres should be charged to Adam Short)

6 Oct 1817 -- Deed Book K, page 621: Robert Snodgrass & Jesse Dougheerty sold
to 
Saml. Walkup, 28 acres, being part of a survey made for Robert Snodgrass,
deceased.

17 Dec 1817 -- Deed Book L, page 28 Robert Snodgrass to Abraham Rust

17 Dec 1817 -- Deed Book L, page 29: Robert Snodgrass to Daniel Lambert, ___
acres 
on head of Broad Creek.

1818 -- Land Tax: 
Robert Snodgrass (of Rockbridge Co.), 141 acres, 100 acres, & 38 acres.

6 Apr 1818 -- Deed Book L, page 115: Samuel Moore, executor of Robert
Snodgrass 
dec'd to Robert Snodgrass.

20 Nov 1818 -- Deed Book L, page 387: Robert Snodgrass sold to James Wilson, 
248 3/4 acres adjoining Trimble, Welsh, Douglas, Grigsby and Buffalo Creek.

1819 -- Land Tax
Robert Snodgrass, 38 acres (supposed to be charged to Adam Short).

1820 -- Land Tax List: No Snodgrass entry.
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20 Nov 1880 -- Marriage Book 1A, page 399: Chas. A. Snodgrass, age 24, b. &
res. 
Botetourt Co., carpenter, s/o A. & N.A., married Hannah F. Grant, 17, b. Amherst, 
res. Rockbridge, d/o J. & A.; by E. Lee Kresloe, at Lexington.
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Check for additional probate records:
Huston, John & Nancy - married 1815
Mitchell, Andrew & Elizabeth - married 1811
Moore, Samuel & Elizabeth (widow of Robert Snodgrass), married 1803

################ end Rockbridge Co VA ################## 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY & the city of HARRISONBURG 

SOURCES (975.5921 & 975.5922) 

COURT RECORDS
Rockingham Co., VA, Minute Book, 1778-1794, 6 vol. (Levinson & Levinson)
NS

HISTORY
The History of the Bridgewater, VA, Church of the Brethren, 1878-1978
(Sappington) NS

MILITARY RECORDS
Civil War Action in Rockingham Co., VA, 1861-1865 (no author given)
unindexed, didn't do
Rockingham Co. and the City of Harrisonburg in the World War (Wayland)
unindexed, didn't do

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Marriage Notices from Extant Issues of the Rockingham Register, Harrisonburg,
VA, 
1822-1870 (Boyd-Rush) NS
The Rockingham Recorder, 1945-1988, 3 vol. (Rockingham Co. Gen. Soc.) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Record Book of the Rader Lutheran Church, Timberville, VA, 1762-1889
(Rader & Rader) NS
Rockingham Co. Marriages, 1778-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Film #33,495 = Index to marriage registers, males, 1778-1939 - yes
Film #33,496 = Index to marriage registers, females, 1778-1939 - NS

****************************** 
RECORDS 

1787 -- Pendleton County, (W)VA, formed from Augusta, Hardy, Rockingham, &
Bath
---------------------

1 Jun 1937 -- Gerald Gast Snodgrass married Dorothy Mae Bish (Book 5, page 60).

########################### 

RUSSELL COUNTY 

SOURCES (975.5755) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Russell Co. Cemeteries (Taylor) - yes

CENSUS RECORDS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - yes
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - yes
1880 census (may not be complete) - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - NS

LAND RECORDS
Abstract of Deeds from Deed Book 1, Russell Co., VA, 1787-1795 (Nix) NS
Film #33,828 = Deed Index, grantors, 1787-1917, Russell Co., VA

PROBATE RECORDS
Will Records from the VA Mag. of Hist. & Bio., the Wmarried & Mary
College Quarterly, & Tyler's Quarterly (Gen. Pub. Co.) yes
Film #32,821 = Index to wills, 1803-1930 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Implied Marriages of Russell Co., VA (Fugate) NS
Marriage Register 2 of Russell Co., VA, 1853-1870 (Roberson) NS
Film #33,850 
item 1 = Gen. Index to Marriage Licenses, 1853-1930, husbands - yes
item 2 = General Index to Marriage Licenses, 1853-1930, wives - yes
item 3 = Register of Births, 1853-186x <unindexed, didn't do>
item 4 = Register of Deaths, 1853-186x <unindexed, didn't do>

<Note: All marriage records prior to 1853 have been lost.>

**************************** 
RECORDS 

25 Apr 1832 -- Will Book 6, page 247: George Snodgrass witnessed the will of
George Dickenson.

2 Feb 1847 -- Will Book 6, page 36: George Snodgrass, deed of trust?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

1850 Russell Co VA Census

#1138/1138:
George Snodgrass 55-M-Botetourt Co., VA, $400, farmer & currier
Nancy C. Snodgrass 45-F-Bedford Co., VA
Adison A. Snodgrass 19-M-Bedford Co., VA, student of learning
Virginia C. Snodgrass 17-F-Russell Co., VA 
[Virginia E. d. 1910; m. Henry Minor Honaker]
George Peters 16-M-TN tanner
Rufus Hankins 16-M-NC laborer
[perhaps 1840 Scott Co?; 1860 Wise Co. VA]
-------------------------

2 Mar 1851 -- Will Book 6, page 296<?>: George Snodgrass, Deed of trust?

22 Aug 1855 -- Deed Book 13, page 469: Geo. & Nancy Snodgrass to Robt.
Fugate, trust.

25 Jan 1858 -- Deed Book 14, page 188: Geo. & Nancy Snodgrass to Henry
Dickinson Jr.
-----------------------------

1870 Russell Co VA Census

Copper Creek Twp., page 344, #187/188:
Peter Dickerson 55-M-VA (mulatto) farm laborer, 0/$275
Mariah Dickerson 55-F-VA (mulatto)
William Snodgrass 13-M-VA (white) at home
Charles Dickenson 15-M-VA (black)
Elizabeth Fugate 1-F-VA (mulatto)
Nelly Dickenson 70-F-VA (black)
------------------------

12 Mar 1877 -- J. T. Snodgrass, 23, teacher, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o Jas. &
Catherine Snodgrass; married Mary A. Finney, 17, b. Russell Co., VA, d/o
Lilburn & Melissa Finney; by C. E. Wiggins (Book 2, page 47, #29).
------------------------

1880 Census

New Gardens Dist., #43/43:
Joseph T.<?> Snodgrass 26-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Mary A. Snodgrass 20-F-VA/VA/VA wife
William J. Snodgrass 16-M-VA/VA/VA brother
Mary J. Barbary 18-F-VA/VA/VA servant
-------------------------

16 Dec 1886 -- Jos. T. Snodgrass, 33, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA,
s/o Jas. & Catherine Snodgrass; married Mary A. Browning, 19, b. Russell Co.,
VA, d/o J. P. Browning; by E. F. Musick (Book 2, page 73, #108).

22 Oct 1887 -- Deed Book 23, page 383: J. T. & Mary A. Snodgrass to P. L.
Johnson.

31 Dec 1888 -- Deed Book 25, page 187: Joseph T. & Mary A. Snodgrass to Alfred
Whitt.

10 Jun 1889 -- William J. Snodgrass, 25, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
James & Catherine Snodgrass; married Sallie T. Counts, 17, b. Russell Co., VA,
dau. of J. J. & Amy Counts; by E. F. Musick.

30 Sep 1890 -- Mary Snodgrass, 25, widow, b. Russell Co., VA, d/o John 
<no last name given>; married J. L. Prater, 36, widower, preacher, b. & res.
Tazewell 
Co., VA, s/o John Prater; by S. S. Wertherby (Book 2, page 85, #111).
[vss - Mary A. Browning widow of Joseph T. Snodgrass]

5 Sep 1894 -- Deed Book 29, page 189: Sallie T. Snodgrass, W. J. Snodgrass,
et al, to Z. N. Slaughter.

4 Dec 1896 -- Deed Book 30, 392: C. N. Snodgrass & Ella et al to Jacob S. Hyer
trust.
-----------------------------

1900 Census

Castlewood District, 49-51-2-53, #32/35:
(boarding house)
***
Wmarried Snodgrass 17-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1882, boarder, coal miner, can't
read & write

Lebanon District, 49-57-10-89, #184/184:
Lucy Cowan (black)
***
Tiler F. Snodgrass 19-M-VA/VA/VA (white) Aug 1880, none, clerk
-----------------------

2 Oct 1901 -- Tyler F. Snodgrass, 21, merchant, b. Russell Co., VA, s/o J. T.
& Mary A. Snodgrass; married Martha H. Henritzer, 20, b. Russell Co., VA,
dau. of J. J. & Bettie Henritzer; by R. H. Bowdin (Book 2, page 125, #87).

11 Jan 1904 -- Mary Elizabeth Snodgrass, b. 2 Aug 1903, died 11 Jan 1904,
d/o Tyler F. & Martha H. Snodgrass, buried Old Lebanon Cemetery.

24 Aug 1906 -- Sada May Snodgrass, b. 1 Jul 1904, died 24 Aug 1906, d/o Tyler
F. & Martha H. Snodgrass, buried Old Lebanon Cemetery.

17 Apr 1910 -- Virginia E. (Snodgrass) Honaker, w/o H. N. Honaker, b. 21 Jul
1832, 
died 17 Apr 1910, buried Honaker Cemetery (with: Henry M. Honaker, d. 17 Jan
1881, 
age 57y 6m 23d; Isaac S. Honaker, d. 21 Sep 1859, age 2y 2m 1d, s/o H. M. & 
V. E. Honaker).
[vss - Virginia E. d/o George Snodgrass & Nancy St. Clair - 1850 Russell Co VA]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

1910 Miracode

88-63-265:
Robert C. Piper
***
Andy Snodgrass 34-M-VA boarder
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--

###################################### 

SCOTT COUNTY 
SOURCES (975.5732) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Index, Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Scott Co., VA, 1890-1921 
(Gen. Soc., Salt Lake City) NS
Scott Co., VA, Cemetery Readings (Willits)
vol. 1 & 2 - NS
vol. 3 - yes
Scott Co., VA, Cemetery Records (Peterson) yes

CENSUS RECORDS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 - 1870 census transcription - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

HISTORY
Scott Co., VA, and Its People, 1814-1991 (??) yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #337,157 = Deed Index, grantor & grantee, Scott Co., VA - yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Virginia Revolutionary Pension Applications (Dorman) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #337,170 = Probate index, 1815-1925 (film too bad to read)

VITAL RECORDS
Birth Records (in courthouse) yes
Death Records (in courthouse) yes
Marriage Records (in courthouse) yes
Scott Co., VA, Death Records, 1853-1870 (McKean) yes
Scott Co. Marriages, 1815-1853 (Fugate) yes

******************************************* 
RECORDS 

25 Mar 1830 -- John Snodgrass, William Jamison, & William Love witnessed the
will of Philip Griever. Proved by oath of said three witnesses 21 Apr 1830.

14 Feb 1833 -- VA REV. PENSION APPLICATIONS, vol. 34, pg. 15: Pension
application of John England. W.5270. 14 Feb 1833. Scott Co., VA:
John England of said county, aged 76, declares about twelve or fifteen months
before the 
siege of York he was a citizen of Goochland Co., VA., and was drafted to go to
Shirley 
Hundred between York and Norfolk. He commenced his march from home under
Col. 
Fleming, Capt. Edward Smith, Lt. Hodges and Ens. William Hodges who was
afterwards 
killed at the siege of York. He marched through Richmond and when they arrived
at 
Shirley Hundred they found a considerable number of men under Col. Snodgrass.
They 
were all stationed there about three months as a guard under Col. Snodgrass and
Fleming. 
They had no fighting, nor did they do anything but spy about and at the end of three 

months they were discharged.
---------------------------------

1840 Scott Co VA Census 

pg. 281:
Hiram Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
[vss - Hiram abt 36 yr. old, sons William abt 7, David abt 4, daus. Eliza J. abt 1,
baby
Margaret, and Hiram's first wife .... who IS she?]
pg. 312:
George Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 40-50, 1 f 5-10, 1 f
30-40.
[vss - could this be Geo. & Nancy of 1850 Russell Co?]
------------------------

8 Apr 1850 -- Hiram Snodgrass married [m2] Elizabeth Nichols; by John Strong,
Methodist Episcopal Church South.
------------------------

1850 Scott Co VA Census 

#5/5:
Hiram Snodgrass 48-M-VA laborer 
[vss - abt 46, s/o Hugh & Temperance, Sullivan Co TN]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 39-F-VA <Elizabeth Nichols; m. 1850> [vss - who was wife
#1?]
David Snodgrass 14-M-VA <died Aug 1858>
Eliza J. Snodgrass 11-F-VA <died 1857>
Margaret Snodgrass 9-F-VA <married 1856 John Nite>
Thompson G. Snodgrass 7-M-VA [as Thomas 1860 Scott Co w/ Wilcox family]
James S. Snodgrass 6-M-VA [1860 Scott w/ Smith family]
Hiram Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Susannah Snodgrass 1-F-VA <died 1857>

#739/739:
William H. Gragg 25-M-VA blacksmith
Cynthia Gragg 24-F-VA
Elizabeth J. Gragg 1-F-VA
George R. Gragg 3m-M-VA
William N. Snodgrass 17-M-TN blacksmith <m. 1854 Margaret Mackey>
[vss - ? s/o Hiram above]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

6 May 1852 -- Parris Snodgrass married Nancy Ann Wilhelm, by Jonathan Draper.

10 May 1854 -- William Snodgrass, age 21, b. Sullivan Co., TN, res. Scott Co., 
s/o Hiram & Elizabeth Snodgrass, married Margaret Mackey, age 22, b. Sullivan
Co., TN, 
res. Scott Co., d/o Elijah & Sarah Mackey; by E. K. Herren.

8 Aug 1856 -- Margaret Snodgrass, age 16, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o Hiram &
Elizabeth
Snodgrass, married John Nite, age 21, b. Grayson Co., res. Scott Co., s/o Jacob & 
Catharine Nite.

7 Oct 1855 -- Joseph D. Snodgrass born, s/o John H. & Elizabeth Snodgrass

12 Jan 1856 -- Sylvester Snodgrass, age 1m 16d, b. at Pikes Branch; died at
Pikes Branch of croup, s/o Eliza Snodgrass; reported by Eliza Snodgrass, mother.

14 Feb 1857 -- Meliz. Snodgrass, age 19, b. near Estiville; unmarried; died
at Pikes Branch of typhoid fever, d/o Hiram & Elizabeth Snodgrass; informant
Elizabeth Snodgrass, mother. [vss - ? as Eliza J. on 1850 Scott?]

21 May 1857 -- Susannah Snodgrass, age 8, b. at Pikes Branch; died at Pikes Branch 
of typhoid fever, d/o Hiram & Elizabeth Snodgrass; info. Elizabeth Snodgrass,
mother.

25 Aug 1858 -- David Snodgrass, b. Lee Co.; age 27; unmarried; died Pikes Branch
of 
fever; s/o Hiram & Elizabeth Snodgrass; reported by Hiram Snodgrass, father.

25 Jul 1859<?> -- David Snodgrass died at Pikes Branch of an ulcer in face, age 62,
single, 
b. Washington Co., VA, s/o Tempy Snodgrass; reported by Hiram Snodgrass,
brother.
-------------------------- 

1860 Scott Co VA Census 

Estillville P.O., pg. 328, #624/624:
James H. Willcox 49-M-VA
Jane Willcox 45-F-VA
Abraham F. Willcox 19-M-VA farm hand
Sarah A. Willcox 15-F-VA spinster
Nancy S. Willcox 12-F-VA
Mary D. Willcox 9-F-VA
Caladocia V. Willcox 6-F-VA
Thomas Snodgrass 18-M-VA farm laborer [vss - s/o Hiram]

#638/638:
Charles B. Smith 38-M-VA farmer, $2000/1000
Evaline C. Smith 34-F-VA
Hannah N./A. Smith 13-F-VA
Sarah E. Smith 11-F-VA
John H. Smith 10-M-VA
Lucy E. Smith 8-F-VA
Thomas J. Smith 6-M-VA
Joseph L. Smith 4-M-VA
William F. Smith 3-M-VA
Adelia A. Smith 1-F-VA
Samuel Cleek 20-M-VA farm hand
James Snodgrass 16-M-VA farm hand [vss - s/o Hiram]

pg. 387, #1024/1024:
Hiram Snodgrass 52-M-VA farmer, 0/$100 [? perhaps age 56, see death 1870]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 50-F-VA spinster [vss - Eliz. Nichols m. Hiram 1850 as #2]
William Snodgrass 26-M-VA farm hand [vss - m. Margaret Mackey 1854]
Margaret Snodgrass 19-F-VA spinster 
[vss - probably Margaret Mackey w/o Wm., because Hiram's daughter Margaret 
married 1856 to John Nite and should be w/husband]
Thompson Snodgrass 18-M-VA farm hand [vss - Thomas ? also w/ Wilcox]
James Snodgrass 14-M-VA farm hand <KIA 1862> [vss - also w/ Smith]
Hiram Snodgrass 12-M-VA 
----------------------

3 Apr 1862 -- Mary Cox, age 70, b. Sullivan Co., TN; died of old age at Sharps Branch; 
d/o William & Mary Snodgrass; w/o Carey Cox; reported by Carey Cox, husband.

1862 -- James Snodgrass, age 18, b. Cabin Branch; single; killed in battle at Manassas, 
s/o Hiram & Elizabeth Snodgrass; reported by E. Snodgrass, mother.
<Note: We need to check the date of this battle.>
----------------------------

1870 Scott Co VA Census 

Estiville Twp., Page 481, #97/96:
Hiram Snodgrass 65-M-VA farming, $250 <died 1870>
Elizabeth Snodgrass 58-F-VA
Margaret Snodgrass 28-F-VA no occupation 
[vss - think this must be Margaret Mackey widow of Wm. Snodgrass]
Hiram H. Snodgrass 22-M-VA farm laborer
John Snodgrass 12-M-VA 
[vss - s/o Wm. & Margaret, gs of Hiram & Eliz.; m1. Sarah E. Vineyard]
Lavena Snodgrass 8-F-VA [vss - Louvenia]
[vss - Louvenia, d/o Wm. & Margaret - info from desc. Kathy O'Dell 
(kgodell@mediaone.net) is that she m. John Truman Cox and she d. 5 Nov 1921. 
See, too, 1991 Scott Co VA & It's People, p. 171, Henry Dingus article]
James M. Snodgrass 5-M-VA [vss - James Monroe s/o Wm. & Margaret]
Elvia Snodgrass 2-F-VA
-------------------------

11 Sep 1870 -- Hiram Snodgrass, age 66y 5m, b. Washington Co., VA; died in 
Scott Co., VA, of typhoid; s/o Hugh & Tempy Snodgrass; h/o Elizabeth Snodgrass; 
reported by wife, Elizabeth.

29 Jun 1878 -- John Snodgrass, age 20, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o Wm. <?>& Margaret
Snodgrass, married Sarah E. Vineyard, age 23, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o Malinda Vineyard; 
by T. H. Franklin. [vss - s/o William Snodgrass m. Margaret Mackey 1854 Scott Co]
-------------------------

1880 Scott Co VA Census/Soundex 

Johnson Dist., 29-74-8-46:
John Snodgrass 22-M-VA/VA/VA farmer [s/o William & Margaret Mackey]
Emaline Snodgrass 25-F-VA/VA/VA wife <Sarah Emaline Vineyard>
[vss - John & Sarah E. only m. 1878 ... who are two oldest boys?]
Patton/Parton Snodgrass 9-M-VA/VA/VA son
James Snodgrass 6-M-VA/VA/VA son <m. 1898 Eliza Tipton>
George Snodgrass 1m-M-VA/VA/VA son [George W. Snodgrass]
------------------------

21 Dec 1882 -- Monroe Snodgrass, farmer, age 19, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o
Margaret 
Snodgrass, married Allice Reed, age 16, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o Thomas & Pamela
Reed; 
by E. K. Herron.
[James Monroe Snodgrass, s/o William & Margaret Mackey, grandson of Hiram]

19 Nov 1895 -- Ellen Snodgrass, b. 1821, died 19 Nov 1895, buried Snodgrass Cemetery north
of Mendota on Hwy. 30 (Washington Co.); w/o W. H. Snodgrass, m. 1 Jun 1841.
[vss - this is also in Washington Co VA - perhaps died in one, bur. the other? Verify]
[William H. Snodgrass m. Ellen Snodgrass]

5 Feb 1898 -- Jas. Snodgrass, age 19, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o John & E. Snodgrass, married
Eliza Tipton, age 14, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o R. & Martha Tipton.
--------------------------------

1900 Scott Co VA Census 

Estillville Dist., 49-65-7-29, #108/108:
John W. Snodgrass 42-M-VA/VA/VA May 1858, married 22y farmer, r.f.
Sarah A. Snodgrass 45-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1855 wife, 12 ch, 1 liv <sic> 
[Sarah Emaline Vineyard]
George W. Snodgrass 20-M-VA/VA/VA May 1880 son 
<m. 1904 Caladasia Wininger>
William I. Snodgrass 17-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1882 son 
<m. 1902 Luster Necessary>
Flaner H. Snodgrass 15-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1884 son
Bessie M. Snodgrass 11-F-VA/VA/VA Aug 1888 daughter
John Snodgrass 10-M-VA/VA/VA May 1890 son
Henry H. Snodgrass 8-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1892 son 
[m. Mary ... they 1920 Wise Co]
Lucian Snodgrass 6-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1894 son
Nelson Snodgrass 4-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1896 son
Sallie Snodgrass 2-F-VA/VA/VA Aug 1897 daughter
Ella Snodgrass 2-F-VA/VA/VA Aug 1897 daughter

49-65-8-26, #123/123:
Monroe Snodgrass 36-M-VA/KY/VA Nov 1863, married 18y, farmer, o.f.f. 
[vss - James Monroe]
Alice Snodgrass 33-F-VA/NC/VA May 1867 wife, 6 ch, 6 liv 
<Alice Reed>
John Snodgrass 17-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1883 son 
<m. 1904 Ava M. Starnes>
Lizzie Snodgrass 14-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1886 daughter
Howard Snodgrass 11-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1889 son
Grover Snodgrass 8-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1892 son
Anne M. Snodgrass 5-F-VA/VA/VA Aug 1894 daughter
Fogleman Snodgrass 2-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1898 son
-------------------------

5 Feb 1902 -- Wm. Snodgrass, age 19, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o John & Emaline
Snodgrass, married Luster Necessary, age 18, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o C. R. &
Dicy Necessary; by E. K. Herren.

24 Dec 1904 -- G. W. Snodgrass, age 24, b. Russell Co., res. Scott Co., son
of John & Emalina Snodgrass, married Caladasia Wininger, age 20, b. & res.
Scott Co., parents not given.

29 Dec 1904 -- J. B. Snodgrass, teacher, age 21, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o J. M. &
Alice
Snodgrass, married A. M. Starnes [Ava Starnes], age 17, b. & res. Scott Co., dau. of 
W. M. & Mary E. Starnes; by S. T. M. McPherson.
[vss - John Snodgrass s/o James Monroe Snodgrass & Alice Reed]

28 Jul 1905 -- J. W. Snodgrass, farmer, age 47, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o Margaret 
Snodgrass, married [m2] Ida Winegar, age 22, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o Chas.
Parton; 
by W. B. Peters.
[John s/o William Snodgrass & Margaret Mackey]

24 May 1906 -- Lizzie Snodgrass, age 20, b. & res. Scott Co., d/o Joseph
Snodgrass, 
married W. R. Palmer, age 26, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o <J. M. & Alice Palmer ? --
names very hard to read>; by S. T. M. McPherson.
---------------------------

1910 Scott Co VA Census/Miracode 

89-67-155:
Samuel Reed
***
Margret Snodgrass 65-F-VA grandmother 
[vss - Margaret Mackey m. Wm. Snodgrass 1854 Scott Co VA]

89-67-162:
John Snodgrass 51-M-VA [vss - s/o Wm. & Marg't Mackey]
Ida Snodgrass 27-F-VA wife [m2] <Ida Winegar>
Sallie Snodgrass 12-F-VA daughter [vss - d/o m1. Sarah Emaline Vineyard]
Ella Snodgrass 12-F-VA daughter [twin]

Miracode, 89-67-170:
John Snodgrass 27-M-VA [John B. Snodgrass s/o James Monroe Snodgrass]
Ava Snodgrass 22-F-VA wife <Ava M. Starnes>
Eugeine Snodgrass 4-M-VA son
Broadus Snodgrass 2-M-VA son

89-67-183:
Monroe Snodgrass 45-M-VA [vss - James Monroe s/o Margaret Mackey
Snodgrass]
Allice Snodgrass 43-F-VA wife [Alice Reed]
Howard Snodgrass 21-M-VA son
Grover C. Snodgrass 18-M-VA son
Annie M. Snodgrass 14-F-VA daughter
Gegeman Snodgrass 12-M-VA son
Holaway Snodgrass 9-M-VA son [Henry Holloway Snodgrass ?]
Fannie Snodgrass 6-F-VA daughter
Knoie Snodgrass -F-VA daughter [Noxie ?]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

1920 Scott Co VA Census/Soundex 

75-92-12-18:
James M. Snodgrass Jr. 41-M-VA 
Etta Snodgrass 20-F-VA wife
Festus W. Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Joseph Snodgrass 8-M-Montana son

Little Moccasin Pike, 75-92-14-15:
John B. Snodgrass 36-M-VA [s/o James Monroe Snodgrass & Alice Reed]
Eva M. Snodgrass 32-F-VA wife [Ava M. Starnes]
Eugene K. Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Lelia B. Snodgrass 11-F-VA daughter
William S. Snodgrass 9-M-VA son
James B. Snodgrass 7-M-VA son

Little Moccasion Pike, 75-92-14-21:
James M. Snodgrass 56-M-VA [James Monroe Snodgrass]
Alice T. Snodgrass 53-F-VA wife [Alice Reed]
Thomas H. Snodgrass 31-M-VA son
Grover C. Snodgrass 27-M-VA son
James E. Snodgrass 21-M-VA son
Henry H. Snodgrass 19-M-VA son [Henry Holloway Snodgrass ?]
Fannie A. Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter
Noxie L. Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
Elizabeth J. Snodgrass 23-F-VA daughter-in-law 
[? Elizabeth Jennings wife of Grover C. Snodgrass]

75-99-2-12:
Bessie Olinger
***
Samuel Snodgrass 38-M-TN son-in-law
Liza Snodgrass 29-F-VA daughter
David Snodgrass 10-M-VA grandson
Linsy Snodgrass 6-M-VA grandson
Herman Snodgrass 3y9m-M-VA grandson
-----------------------

1935 -- John B. Snodgrass, b. 1883, died 1935, bur. Holston View Cem. 
<with Ava M. Snodgrass, d. 1956>

1938 -- Sarah R. Snodgrass, b. 1865, died 1938, "mother," bur. Snodgrass Cemetery
south 
of Gate City on Hwy. 111 <with James M. Snodgrass, b. 1863, d. 195_ "father">

1939 -- Mary R. Snodgrass, born & died 1939, bur. Holston View Cem. 
<with Joseph C. Snodgrass, d. 1973, & Lillian J. Snodgrass>

17 Sep 1941 -- George L. Snodgrass, b. 2 Oct 1938, died 17 Sep 1941, bur.
Snodgrass 
Cemetery south of Gate City on Hwy. 111 (s/o Stewart Snodgrass & Ruby Peters).

16 Jun 1948 -- Anna Mae (Snodgrass) Johnson died age 58, of Lancaster, VA;
bur. Holston View Cemetery.
Obituary: She was a pedestrian who was run down. The others who died were
Wilma 
Jean Bowen, about 20, and Billie Peters, about 18, of Gate City. Six others were
injured. 
The driver was G. G. Dean of Pennington Gap. He said he was blinded by lights and
did 
not know the pedestrians were there until he felt the impact and heard the screams of 
the 
injured. Dean was 20 years old. All were on their way home from church services
held in 
Lancaster (now changed to Jennings Mission, behind Marbel Point).

8 Nov 1949 -- Elizabeth Jennings Snodgrass, b. 15 Sep 1896, died 8 Nov 1949,
bur. Holston View Cem. <with Grover C. Snodgrass, died 1973>

1956 -- Ava M. Snodgrass, b. 1886, died 1956, bur. Holston View Cem. 
<with John B. Snodgrass, d. 1935>

13 Jul 1961 -- Thomas H. Snodgrass, b. 13 Jan 1888, died 13 Jul 1961, Virginia
Sea Navy, U.S. WWI, bur. Holston View Cem.

1967 -- James F. Snodgrass, b. 1898, died 1967, bur. Holston View Cem.
<with Lula S. Snodgrass, b. 1901, d. --->

1972 -- Kenneth E. Snodgrass, b. 1906, died 1972, bur. Holston View Cem.
<with Nannie T. Snodgrass, b. 1909, d. --->

1973 -- Joseph C. Snodgrass, b. 1910, died 1973, bur. Holston View Cem.
<with Lillian J. Snodgrass, b. 1921, d. ---, & Mary R. Snodgrass, b. & d. 1939>

16 Aug 1973 -- Grover C. Snodgrass, b. 8 Feb 1892, died 16 Aug 1973, SC 3 VA
US Navy WWI; bur. Holston View Cem. <with Elizabeth Snodgrass, d. 1949>

1979 -- Lillian Snodgrass Sawyer, b. 1920, died 1979, bur. Holston View Cem.
<with William L. Sawyer, d. 1981>

9 Nov 1979 -- Holston View Obituary: George Clinton Adams died 9 Nov 1979,
age 69y, h/o Mary Alice Snodgrass, s/o Clint Adams & Lizzie Zion.

1980 -- Festus W. Snodgrass, b. 1908, died 1980, bur. Holston View Cem.
<with Irma E. Snodgrass, b. 1911, d. --->

26 Jul 1981 -- Ernest Ray Snodgrass, b. 27 Dec 1927, died 26 Jul 1981, Cpl.
U.S. Army WWII, bur. Peters Cemetery.

2 Dec 1981 -- William L. Sawyer, b. 1 May 1916, died 2 Dec 1981, Sgt. U.S.
Army WWII, bur. Holston View Cem. <with Lillian Snodgrass Sawyer, d. 1979>

20 May 1987 -- Morrison Chapel Cemetery Obituary Notices: 
Hester (Hensley) Johnson of Kingport, TN, died 20 May 1987, age 90; widow of
C. W. Johnson (d. 1963); mother of Mary Click, Dora Campbell, Eliza Bellamy,
Wilma Ramsey, Eleanor Mellons, Freda Shuler, Lena Snodgrass, Louise Kennedy,
Ray Johnson, Alfred Johnson (d. 1986). 
(Charlie W. Johnson, b. 8 Jul 1896, d. 29 Oct 1963, & Hester H. Johnson, 
b. 22 Jul 1896, d. 20 May 1987).

1991 -- Scott Co., VA, & Its People, 1814-1991:
pg. 10: The Nottingham Home Demonstration Club 
The Nottingham Home Demonstration Club was organized on 12 Feb 1948 as the 
Webers Home Demonstration Club. There Were twelve charter members. Officers 
elected that day were President - Mrs. Elsie Quillen, Vice President - Mrs. Lillian
Parker, Secretary/Treasurer - Mrs. Rhea Jones, Project Leaders - Mrs. R. P. Pippin,
Mrs. Erma Snodgrass, and Mrs. Elsie Quillen, Guarden Leader - Mrs. Rosa Jones, 
Clothing Chairman - Mrs. Ruby Safriet, Flower Chairmen - Miss Myrtle Agee and 
Mrs. Sally Fletcher, Recreational Chairman -Mrs. Erma Henderson.
The first demonstration was "The Work Dress."
Mrs. Elsie Quillen and Mrs. Erma Snodgrass, charter members, are still active.
Mrs. Facelo was the club's first county agent, serving four years.
It is the intent of the club to foster the highest ideals of life, serve 
the community, promote cooperation and progress, as well as kindness and 
thoughtfulness, find joy in tasks well done, and to maintain the highest ideals
of our heritage. (submitted by Elsie Mae Quillen)
---------------
pg. 18: John England - Revolutionary Soldier
Born in Goochland Co., VA, 1 Apr 1767 to William Anderson and Elizabeth
Fairies England. He enlisted from Goochland Co. as a private with the American
Army, Virginia troops about twelve or fifteen months before the battle of Yorktown.
He served six, three months each of enlisted terms in the Virginia Army under
Generals Edward Smith and Joseph Leaks and under Colonels Fleming Snodgrass and
Nathaniel Dandridges regiment. [vss - should say Fleming AND Snodgrass]
He was at the siege of Yorktown and was engaged in guarding the prisoners
captured 
at Yorktown and guarded them where they were held at Winchester, VA, for some
time after they were captured until they were exchanged and he was discharged. 
Pension record number W5270.
<Note: We need this pension record!> 
[vss - have transcript of it, see Scott Co VA - 14 Feb 1833 VA Pension Appls.]
---------------

pg. 42: (no date given)
J. W. Snodgrass served as pastor of the Dougherty Protestant Methodist Church.
---------------

pp. 171 & 172: Henry Clay Dingus Family
Henry Clay Dingus was born 10 Apr 1881, d. 12 Feb 1967. On 1 Dec 1903
he married Lucy Alberta King Cox, born 4 Dec 1886, d. 19 Mar 1945. They were 
both born in Scott Co., near Nickelsville, and lived their entire lives on 
Cowans Creek. This is where they farmed and built their home on land given to
Henry by his parents, Samuel, b. 14 Oct 1854, d. Oct 1922 and Sarah Dean 
Dingus, b. 11 Nov 1854, d. 17 Sep 1939. Henry was the grandson of William 
and Lucy Stallard Dingus. William was a Methodist minister.
Henry enjoyed sitting on the front porch reading his daily newspaper 
and talking with neighbors as they passed by. He quit farming and rented his
land after his son, Bruce, joined the army. He was a member of the Masonic 
Lodge Fidelity No. 173 for over 50 yrs.
His brothers and sisters were: William, Lucy, Nathan, Ella, Mattie, Lawrence,
and Charles.
Lucy was the daughter of Johnny and Louvenia Snodgrass Cox. She enjoyed
cooking and sewing for her family, making beautiful quilts and needlework.
Her brothers were: Bill, Henry, and Elbert. She had one sister, Lizzie.
Lucy and Henry boarded school teachers in their home. Some of those were:
Wanda Horne, Lona Gillenwater, and Elsie Stapleton Welch. Funerals were 
sometimes held in the Dingus home and then burial would take place in the 
Dingus Family cemetery on the farm. Lucy's funeral was held at her home. 
She was buried in the family cemetery, but was later moved to Holston View 
beside of Henry. Lucy and Henry had six children.
[1] Lona Mae, b. 18 Oct 1904, d. 11 Mar 1976. Married Willie Salyer. 
They lived in Coeburn, VA, where Willie worked for the railroad. They had 
three sons, Preston, James, and Billy.
[2] Hettie Lee, b. 22 Aug 1906, married Charlie Jefferson Salyer 
(Read about this family elsewhere in the book).
[3] Raleigh S., b. 11 Mar 1912, married Lona Gillianwater. He is a 
veteran of World War II and retired from Holston Defense. He lives in 
Kingsport, Tenn.
[4] Wesley Willard, b. 18 Apr 1914, married Lois Johnson of Kentucky.
They had three daughters, Patricia, Kathy, and Louvenia. He lived and 
worked in Detroit for the automobile industry 33 years, retiring from 
Chrysler Corp. He now lives in Gray, Tenn.
[5] Victor Wallace, b. 13 Aug 1922, d. 25 Oct 1973, married Mollie
Price and had two sons, Victor R. and Mark. At his death he was employed
at Tennessee Eastman in Kingsport.
[6] Bruce L., b. 6 Aug 1927, d. 17 Apr 1987. He married Madgalene 
from Germany. 
He was a veteran of the Korean War and Vietnam. He received the purple 
heart and a distinguished medal of honor. He retired as Master Sargent 
from the army after 26 years service and 4 years with the FBI. After 
retirement he bought his home in El Paso, Texas. Bruce is buried in the
Fort Bliss Military Cemetery, El Paso.
The Henry Dingus farm is now owned by a granddaughter, Louvenia House.
(submitted by Charlene Salyer Burke)
---------------

pp. 215 & 216: Jessee M. Horton
Jack H. Mullins [s/o William R. Mullins & Julia Alba Horton] married 
Carrol Snodgrass. Their children are Lisa (married Shawn Banner) and 
Charles Kevin.
<The rest of this article concerns the ancestors and relatives of 
Julia Alba Horton.>
---------------
pp. 274 & 275: Epaphroditus (Epp) Penley Descendants
Harry Gilly Penley [s/o James Harvey Penley & Elizabeth Alice Gilly] was
born at Manville and educated at Manville Junior High, Shoemaker High School,
Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee and Ryan School of
Aeronautics, San Diego, CA. He was a farmer, coal distributor, owner operator
of a furniture appliance store, postmaster, and presently the Circuit Court
Clerk of Scott County which he has held this elected office since 1 Jan 1968.
He is also on the advisory Board of the Sovran Bank and a member of the United
Methodist Church. Treasurer since 1970, both in Gate City. Member, by
descent of Patrick Porter, of the National Society of the Sons of the American
Revolution (NSSAR). Harry married Virginia June Snodgrass a graduate of
Whitney Business College and former employee of the Federal Government. First
National Bank and Virginia National Bank both in Gate City. They currently
reside in Gate City.
<Note: The rest of this article deals with the ancestors and relatives of 
Harry G. Penley.>
---------------
pp. 309 & 310: Festus W. & Irma Lane Snodgrass Families
Festus Walton Snodgrass, son of James M. and Eliza Tipton Snodgrass, was
born 24 Apr 1908 in Gate City, VA. He had one brother, Joe, who died in 1973,
and one half-sister, Virginia Snodgrass Wright who lives in Bristol, TN. While
Festus was very young, the family moved to Montana where his father farmed. 
They lived there until Festus was 8 years old when his mother died and the rest
of his family moved back to Scott County.
As a young man, Festus enlisted in the Air Force. While home on furlough
from Langley Field, he met Irma Lane, daughter of Edward Anderson and Laura 
Legg Lane of Jasper, Va. They were married 26 Jan 1930. To this union were 
born four children. 
[1] Festus Jr. married Jewell Roller and has two children, 
Jerry Steven and Delores. 
[2] JoAnn married Louis Moffa and has two daughters,
Karen and Jennifer. 
[3] James married Theresa Alvis and has two children, 
Kellie and Jeffrey. 
[4] John married Irma Price and has two daughters, 
Tammy and Tracie.
Following his Air Force discharge, Festus worked for Tennessee Eastman
Company, Inc. in Kingsport, TN. He was also an ordained Methodist minister 
and served as pastor of many churches in Scott Co., VA, and one church in 
Kingsport, TN. After an early retirement from Tennessee Eastman, he served
as full time pastor to some United Methodist churches in Lee Co., VA. He 
retired from the ministry in 1976 due to poor health. That same year he 
had open heart surgery at Emory University Hospital. He died in his sleep
on 15 Nov 1980. Irma L. Snodgrass still resides at their home in Scott
county on US 58 between Gate City and Hilton. She is active in the 
Nottingham United Methodist Church, the Order of the Eastern Star and 
Rebekah Lodge. She also does volunteer work at several local nursing homes. 
(submitted by Mrs. Festus W. Snodgrass)
---------------------

Deed Book 7, page 140: George Snodgrass to Robert E. Bradley.
Deed Book 11, page 41: George Snodgrass to Robert C. Fugate, Trust.
Deed Book 11, page 85: John H. Snodgrass to William Hugg.
Deed Book 16, page 189: H. H. Snodgrass to S. P. McConnell.
Deed Book 18, page 350: John H. Snodgrass to Wm. _. Lewis.
Deed Book 31, page 230: James M. Snodgrass from H. C. & M. B. Wood.
Deed Book 47, page 148: J. M. Snodgrass from J. M. Barker & wife, 1906.

############## end Scott Co VA ############### 
 

SHENANDOAH COUNTY
[formed 1772 from Frederick Co]

CEMETERY RECORDS
Fort Valley, VA, Cemeteries (Campbell & Ritenour) NS
Tombstone Inscriptions (Bordon)
Tom Brooks & Vicinity - NS
Strasburg & Vicinity - NS
Shenandoah & Page Counties, VA - NS
Woodstock & Vicinity - NS
New Market, Mt. Jackson, & Edinburg Vicinities - yes
Woodstock & Fort Valley Vicinities - NS

CHURCH RECORDS
St. John's Reformed Church, Hudson's Cross Roads, Shenandoah Co. 
(Burruss) NS

COURT RECORDS
Order Book, Shenandoah Co., Abstracted, 1772-1774, 1781-1784, 2 vol.
(Gilreath) NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
A History of Shenandoah Co., VA (Wayland--1980) NS
Life Along Holman's Creek (Wine) NS
Shenandoah Co., VA: A Study of the 1860 Census with Supplemental Data,
vol. 1 (Vann) unindexed, didn't do.

LAND RECORDS
Shenandoah Co., VA, Deed Book Series: Deed Books A-Z, 1772-1820; 9 vol.
(Gilreath) yes <note: Minute Book 1774-1780 is also included>
Film #33,884 = Deed Index 1772-1820, Shenandoah Co., VA - NS
Film #33,885 = Deed Index 1820-1852, Shenandoah Co., VA - NS
Film #33,886 = Deed Index 1852-1884, Shenandoah Co., VA - NS

MILITARY RECORDS: Shenandoah Co. Men in Gray (Spratt) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Shenandoah Co., VA, Abstracts of Wills, 1772-1850 (Gilreath) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages, Shenandoah Co., VA, 1850-1915, 2 vol. (Borden & Ritenour) yes
Shenandoah Co. Marriage Bonds, 1772-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Shenandoah Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1772-1850 (Ashby) NS
Shenandoah Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1772-1853 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS

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RECORDS 

23 Sep 1806 -- Deed Book P: 
page 315: Sullivan Co., State of Tennessee - Whereas John Tipton and
Elizabeth his wife by their Indenture the 20th Oct 1802 sold and conveyed 
unto Augustine Borden of County of Shenandoah... a certain tract of land... 
containing 50 acres... Mrs. Elizabeth Tipton, wife of above named JohnTipton,
releases Dower right to said Land...
John Anderson & William Snodgrass, Justices of the Peace

page 316: Sullivan Co., State of Tennessee - Whereas John Tipton and
Elizabeth his wife by their Indenture the 20th Oct 1802 sold and conveyed unto
Henry Keller... a certain tract of land...containing 25 acres... Mrs. Eliz. Tipton, 
wife of above named John Tipton, released Dower right to said Land...
John Anderson & William Snodgrass, Justices of the Peace
[vss - someone needs to verify - Is this Deed Book P a Shenandoah Co book?
And are John Anderson & William Snodgrass JPs in TN or VA??]
----------------- 

Dec 1812 -- Deed Book U, page 176: State of Ohio - GREETINGS - Whereas
Augustine Bushong and Barbara his wife have by their Indenture the 12th August
sold and conveyed unto John Effinger three undivided parts of and in two
Certain Lotts containing half an acre more or less ... Barbara the wife of the
above named Augustine Bushong released Dower right to the above land...
Alex Snodgrass Joseph Springs
Recorded: 7 Jun 1813 
[vss - verify please! Is this Deed Book U a Shenandoah Co. book?
And is this Alex Snodgrass in OH? Where?] 
-----------------
15 May 1864 -- Lutheran Reformation Church Cemetery:
There is a tall obelisk with the inscription, "A grateful tribute to the 
Southern soldiers and Virginia Military Institute cadets who fell in the battle
of New Market, Virginia, on 15 May 1864 - a Confederate Memorial." On the north
side of the obelisk: "Fell in the battle of New Market and resting in her 
cemeteries" includes the 30th Virginia Regiment, Co. D, W. Snodgrass.
In addition, a highway marker on Route 11 (Valley Pike), 6/10 mile north 
of New Market, Shenandoah Co., VA, on the west side of Route 11, reads as 
follows: 
"Battle of New Market - on the hills to the north took place the battle of New
Market 15 May 1864. The Union army under General Franz Sigel faced Southwest.
John G. Breckinridge, once Vice President of the United States, commanded the
Confederates. General Scott Ship commanded the cadet corps of the Virginia 
Military Institute, which distinguished itself, capturing a battery. The battle
ended in Sigel's retreat northward."

(no dates) -- W. S. Snodgrass, Co. D, 30th VA Inf., bur. Confederate Cem., 
Mt. Jackson.

8 Feb 1865 -- E. B. Snodgrass, 23y 1m 8d, single, a Confederate Soldier & the
s/o S. R. & Elizabeth Snodgrass, m. Harriet L. Haines, age 18y 8m 2d, single,
b. & res. in Shenandoah Co., VA, d/o J. F. & Harriet Haines (mother consented
in writing); by J. E. Armstrong at Woodstock, VA.

############### end Shenandoah Co VA ############### 
 

SMYTH COUNTY 

SOURCES (975.5723) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Smyth Co., VA, Cemeteries, vol. 1-3 (Sturgill & Sturgill) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS
1880 soundex - yes
1900 census - yes
1920 soundex - yes

HISTORY
A Complete Researchers Index to "Smyth Co. History and Traditions, by
G. Wilson--1932, reprinted 1976 (Sturgill) yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #33,978 = Deed Index, grantor, 1832-1929, Smyth Co., VA - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Smyth Co., VA, Wills, 1832-1898 (Douthat) yes
Film #33,976 = Probate index, 1832-1913 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Smyth Co. Marriages, 1832-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes

********************************** 
RECORDS 

9 Jan 1833 -- Joseph R. Snodgrass, bond to marry Susan P. Thompson.

30 Aug 1841 -- Edward Snodgrass was a buyer at the estate sale of 
Edward H. Jamison, dec'd.

4 Jul 1856 -- Deed Bk. 7, pg. 208: Cyrus & C. E. Snodgrass to Charles J.
Meriwether, 70p Marion. Recorded 18 Dec 1857.
[vss - Cyrus & Caroline (Acree) his wife, m. 1852 Campbell Co VA; 
1880 Santa Rosa Co FL]
----------------------------- 
 

1880 Smyth Census/Soundex 

91-88-35:
Dave Snoadgrass 33-M-VA
Francis Snoadgrass 29-F-VA wife
Roxie Snoadgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Maggie Snoadgrass 3- -VA son <?>
Leslie Snoadgrass -M-VA son
------------------------------

1900 Smyth Co Census 

Rich Valley Dist., 51-83-11-99:
James Catton 42-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1858, m. 15y, day laborer, r.h.
Meckey Catton 38-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1861 wife, 2 ch, 2 liv
Gaisy Catton 12-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1887 daughter
Corra Catton 3-F-VA/VA/VA May 1897 daughter
Jones Snotgrass 39-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1860 sis.-in-law, single
-----------------------------

1920 Smyth Co Census/Soundex 

Saltville, 76-116-5-15:
James M. King
*****
David Snodgrass 46-M-VA brother-in-law

76-116-11-15:
Wm. F. Snodgrass 55-M-VA
Mary F. Snodgrass 37-F-VA wife
Mazie M. Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter
+ 3 boarders
---------------------------
 

1932 -- Smyth Co. Hist. & Traditions:
pg. 220: David Snodgrass
pg. 324: Sue Snodgrass

############## end Smyth Co ############### 
 

SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY & the city of FRANKLIN

SOURCES (975.5552 & 975.5553)

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills and Administrations of Southampton Co., VA, 1749-1800 (Chapman)NS

VITAL RECORDS
Death Records of Southampton Co., VA, 1853-1870 (Gray & Watson) NS
Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Southampton Co., VA, 1750-1810
(Knorr) NS
Southampton Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1751-1853 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS

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SPOTTSYLVANIA COUNTY and the city of FREDERICKSBURG

SOURCES (975.5365 & 975.5366)

CEMETERY RECORDS
A Roster of Citizen Burials in the Fredericksburg Confederate 
Cemetery (Hodge) NS
Tombstone Inscriptions of Spottsylvania Co., VA (Klein) NS
Tombstone Locations in the Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery (Hodge) NS

COURT RECORDS
Order Book Abstracts of Spottsylvania Co., VA, vol. 1-12, 1724-1746
(Sparacio) NS
Spottsylvania Co., 1721-1800: Being the Transcriptions from the Original
Files at the County Court House, of the Wills, Deeds, Administration &
Guardian Bonds, Marriage Licenses, & Lists of Revolutionary Pensioners
(Crozier) yes
Spottsylvania Co. Road Orders, 1722-1734 (Pawlett) NS

LAND RECORDS
Fredericksburg City, VA, Deed Abstracts, 1782-1804 (Sparacio) NS
Film #34,066 = Deed Index, grantors, 1722-1922 - NS

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Abstracts of Death Notices from the Weekly Advertiser of Fredericksburg,
VA, 1853-1854, 1857-1860 (Hodge) NS
An Index for the Fredericksburg Ledger, 1865-1874 (Hodge) NS
An Index for the Virginia Herald & Fredericksburg Advertiser, vol. 1-18,
1788-1876) NS
An Index to the Fredericksburg Star, 1884-1891 (Hodge) yes
An Index to the Fredericksburg Times, Fredericksburg, VA, vol. 1-10,
1974-1984 (Hodge) NS
An Index to The Free Lance, Fredericksburg, VA, 1885 (Hodge) NS
An Index to the Newspaper Death Notices, Fredericksburg, VA (Hodge & Hodge) yes
Index to the 1981-1987 Death Notices and Obituaries in the Free Lance -
Star of Fredericksburg, VA (Hodge & Hodge) NS
An Index to the Virginia Star, Fredericksburg, VA, vol. 1-3, 1877-1884
(Hodge) NS
Index, Virginia Herald, 1787-1862 (Hodge) NS
Indexes to the Fredericksburg Daily Star, vol. 1-6, 1902-1921 (Hodge)NS
Indexes to the Fredericksburg News, vol. 1-2, 1847-1884 (Hodge) NS
Indexes to vol. 1-2, 5-8 of the Weekly Advertiser, Fredericksburg, VA,
1853-1860 (Hodge) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Will Book B, 1749-1759, Spottsylvania Co., VA (VA State Archives) yes

VITAL RECORDS
Birth Records, Fredericksburg, VA, 1853-1896 (Hodge) NS
Birth Records, Fredericksburg, VA, 1900-1940, colored (Hodge) NS
Birth Records, Fredericksburg, VA, 1900-1940, white (Hodge) NS
Fredericksburg, VA, Death Records, 1853-1895 (Hodge) NS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Fredericksburg, VA, 1782-185?, also
Tombstone Inscriptions from St. George Cemetery, 1752-1920 (Knorr) NS
Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg, and of Orange, Spotsylvania,
& Stafford Counties, VA, 1722-1850, 2nd edition (Fisher) NS
Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg and the County of Stafford,
VA, 1851-1900 (Fisher) NS
Marriages in Virginia: Spottsylvania Co., 1851-1900, & Orange Co.,
1851-1867 (Fisher) NS
Spottsylvania Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1795-1853 (Gen. Soc. of Utah)NS

*******************************************
RECORDS

6 Jul 1757 -- Will Book B, page 325 -- Joshua Snodgrass son of David Snodgrass
late deceased of Spottsylvania Co. and Parish of St. George -- binds himself
to William Nelson to learn the trade of carpenter for 5 years. 6 Jul 1757.
(no witnesses). (Will Bk. B, pg. 326 contains a duplicate entry).

9 Mar 1758 -- Will Book A, page ?: Administration bond: John Sutherland,
administrator of David Snodgrass, dec'd, binds himself for L50, with
sureties Joseph Hawkins & Joel Parrish.

6 Apr 1758 -- Will Book B, page 364 -- Joshua Snodgrass binds himself (age 18)
to Francis Thornton until age 21. Witnesses: James Maddison, Charles
Washington, William Wood evid. for Snodgrass.
<Note: It does not specify what trade he is to learn.>

2 Jun 1886 -- Fredericksburg Star, Wednesday, page 2 column 6: 
Rev. W. D. Snodgrass, aged 90, died Sunday in Goshen, NY.

29 Dec 1900 -- Free Lance, 29 Dec 1900: Charles E. Snodgrass died.

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STAFFORD COUNTY

SOURCES (975.526)

COURT RECORDS
Order Book Abstracts of Stafford Co., VA, vol. 1-3, 1689-1693 (Sparacio) NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed & Will Abstracts of Stafford Co., VA, vol. 1-8, 1686-1796 (Sparacio)NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Will Abstracts of Stafford Co., VA, vol. 1 & 2, 1729-1767 (Sparacio) NS

TAX RECORDS
Stafford Co., VA, Tithables, vol. 1 & 2, 1723-1790 (Vogt & Kethley) NS
Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties; Stafford, 1768 & 1773 NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg, and of Orange, Spotsylvania,
& Stafford Counties, VA, 1722-1850, 2nd edition (Fisher) NS
Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg and the County of Stafford,
VA, 1851-1900 (Fisher) NS
St. Paul's Parish Register, Stafford & King George Counties (Nicklin) NS
Stafford Co. Marriages, 1736-1803 (Hunting for Bears) NS
Stafford Co., VA, Marriages, 1736-1758 (Gioe) NS

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SURREY COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5562)

CENSUS RECORDS
1840 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Surrey Co., VA, Court Orders, 1741-1751: An Every Name Index (TLC Gen.) NS
Surrey Co., VA, Court Records, vol. 1-8, 1652-1745 (Haun) NS

LAND RECORDS
Surrey Co., VA, Deed Book 4, 1742-1747 (TLC Gen.) NS
Surrey Co., VA, Deeds, 1684-1733, and Other Papers (Hopkins) NS
Surrey Co., VA, Deeds & Estate Accounts, 1734-1787, 2 vol. (Hopkins) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Surrey Co. Records, Surrey Co., VA, 1652-1684 (Davis) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Surrey Co., VA, Wills, Estate Accounts, & Inventories, 1730-1800 (Hart) NS
Wills & Administrations of Surrey Co., VA, 1671-1750 (Davis) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Albemarle Parish Records, 1739-1777 (Ricks) NS
Births, Deaths, & Sponsors, 1717-1778, from the Albemarle Parish Register
of Surrey & Sussex Counties, VA (Boddie) NS
Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Surrey Co., VA, 1768-1825 (Knorr) NS
Register of Albemarle Parish of Surrey & Sussex Counties, 1739-1778 
(Richards) NS
Surrey Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1768-1850 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS
Surrey Co., VA, Marriages, 1768-1815 (Gioe) NS

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SUSSEX COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5565)

CENSUS TRANSCRIPTIONS
1840 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Sussex Co., VA, Court Records, 1754-1801: Court of Oyer & Terminer,
1754-1801, and Order Book 1754-1756 (Haun) NS

LAND RECORDS
The Deeds of Sussex Co., VA, 1779-1792 (Bradley) NS
Sussex Co., VA, Deed Books A-E, 1754-1779 (Hopkins) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Sussex Co., VA, Will Books A-F, 1754-1806 (Hopkins) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Albemarle Parish Records, 1739-1777 (Ricks) NS
Births, Deaths, & Sponsors, 1717-1778, from the Albemarle Parish Register
of Surry & Sussex Counties, VA (Boddie) NS
Register of Albemarle Parish of Surry & Sussex Counties, 1739-1778
(Richards) NS
Sussex Co., VA, Marriage Bonds, 1750-1850 (Gen. Soc. of Utah) NS

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TAZEWELL COUNTY

SOURCES (975.5763)

CENSUS RECORDS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - NS

HISTORY
Annals of Tazewell Co., VA, from 1800-1922 (Harmon) yes
Pisgah United Methodist Church: Two Centuries of Faith, 1793-1993 
(Mullins) NS
Sketches of Tazewell Co., VA (Bundy) unindexed, didn't do

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Archives of the Pioneers of Tazewell Co., VA (Shreiner-Yantis) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #34,198 = Probate index, 1800-1908 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Tazewell Co., VA, Marriage Register, 1800-1853 (Roberson) NS
Film #34,214 = Index to Marriages, 1800-1939 - NS

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RECORDS

1858 -- McDowell County formed from Tazewell County.
 

<We need the date of publication> -- Annals of Tazewell Co., VA
vol. 2, page 205
vol. 2, page 207
vol. 2, page 217
vol. 2, page 275
<We need to find this on film or elsewhere.>

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WARREN COUNTY

SOURCES (975.597)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS
1850 mortality schedule - NS
1860 mortality schedule - NS
1870 mortality schedule - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage Records of Warren Co., VA, 1836-1853, including Marriage Bonds
& Ministers' Returns (Good & Hackett) NS
Warren Co. Marriages, 1836-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) NS

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WARWICK COUNTY

SOURCES

CENSUS RECORDS
1840 census transcription -- NS
1850 census transcription -- NS
1920 soundex - yes

TAX LISTS
Warwick Co., VA, 1782-1880: Who Was Who: A statistical Abstract
Transcribed from the VA State Tax Lists (1782-1890) and the Federal 
Census Records (1810-1880) (Vollertsen & Vollertsen) NS

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RECORDS

1820 Soundex [vss - must be 1920!]

Newport News, 46-168-1-23
Port Depot Det. #3 W. M. C.
***
William Snodgrass 22-M-IN
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WASHINGTON COUNTY and the city of BRISTOL

SOURCES (975.5725 & 975.5726)

CEMETERY RECORDS
High on a Windy Hill - Cemetery Records of Wash. Co., VA 
(McConnell - 1961?) yes

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 - 1870 census - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes

COURT RECORDS
Washington Co., VA, bond Books, 1777-1872 - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #34,363 = Deed index, 1776-1877 - yes <note: these deeds are
indexed only by the first name mentioned, so that if there is more than one
grantor or more than one grantee, and the first name on the list of grantors
or grantees is not Snodgrass, the deed will not be indexed under Snodgrass.>
Film #34,364 = Deed Bks. 1-2, 1776-1877 - yes
Film #34,365 = Deed Bks. 3-4, 1802-1811 - yes
Film #34,366 = Deed Bks. 5-6, 1811-1818 - yes
Film #34,367 = Deed Bks. 7-8, 1818-1825 - yes
Film #34,368 = Deed Bks. 9-10, 1825-1832 - yes
Film #34,369 = Deed Bks. 11-12, 1831-1838 - yes
Film #34,370 = Deed Bks. 13-15, 1837-1842 - yes
Film #34,371 = Deed Bks. 16-18, 1842-1848 - yes
Film #34,372 = Deed Bks. 19-21, 1848-1853 - yes
Film #34,373 = Deed Bks. 22-23, 1853-1858 - yes
Film #34,374 = Deed Bk. 24, 1858-1862 - yes
Film #34,375 = Deed Bk. 25-26 = 1860-1866 - yes
Film #34,376 
item 1 = Gen. Index to Deed Bks. A-B, District Court, 1789-1840 -yes
item 2 = District Court Deed Bk. A - NS
item 3 = District Court Deed Bk. B, 1801-1840 - yes

TAX RECORDS
The 1787 Census of Virginia <this is actually a tax list>

VITAL RECORDS
(births & deaths in Washington Co., VA -- transcribed index, covers years
1853-1859,
1870-71, 1892 -- need title of book & author) <also available in Archives Division,
Virginia
State
Library: 1860-61, 1865-66, 1872-79, 1880, 1881, 1882-1894, 1896>
Film #34,389 = Marriage Registers

[? vss - Lewis Preston Summers, Annals of Southwest Virginia: 1769-1800. 1 vol.
in 2 
parts, Part 2, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1970.]

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RECORDS 

15 May 1778 -- Will Bk. 1, pg. 14: David & John Snodgrass and F. Beaty
take the inventory of Casleton Brooke.

1779 -- Minute Bk. 1, pp. 62 & 106: Thos. Jones vs. David Snodgrass.

1779 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 63: Joseph Snodgrass, constable.

1781 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 25: Commonwealth vs. Joseph Snodgrass.

29 Aug 1781 -- Survey Bk. 1752-1781, pg. 461: We the Commissioners for the
District of Washington & Montgomery Counties do certify that David Snodgrass
is entitled to Four hundred acres of land lying in Washington County on the
north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein, at the mouth of Little Holstein,
being part of six hundred & ninety acres surveyed for the said Snodgrass the
20th January 1774 by virtue of an order of Council dated the 16th of Decr. 1773, 
he having proved to the Court that he was entitled to the same by actual settlement 
made in the year 1771. As witness our hands the 29th of Aug 1781.
Jos. Cabell
Teste: Harry Innis
James Reid, C.C.C. N. Cabell Com'rs

1783 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 209: William Snodgrass vs. William Gill.

1783 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 237: James Snodgrass vs. John Watts.

3 Jan 1783 -- Survey Book 1753-1781, pg. 113: Surveyed for Joseph Snodgrass
two hundred & eighty acres of land lying in Washington County on the waters of
the Middle Fork of Holstein by virtue of a certificate from the Commissioners
for the district of Washington & Montgomery Counties agreeable to an act of
Assembly &c, marked & bounded as followeth viz Beginning at a Cucumber
tree & an Ash sapling, the west bank of the Spring branch thence S 17 poles to the
mouth of the ranch; S 30 E 94 poles to a white oak & Dogwood; S 47 W 156
poles to a white oak on the side of the ridge; S 63 W 48 poles to a hiccory,
white oak & walnut; W 56 poles running by Saml. Edmonson's old corner to a
large
white oak; S 48 W 8 poles to two white oaks & hiccory Lewis's corner & with
his line N 74 W 66 poles to a chesnut & white oak; N 45 W 86 poles to a
black oak on the top of the ridge; N 52 E 157 poles to a black oak a corner of
Francis Kincannon's land & with his line leaving Lewis's lines & running N 58
E 38 poles to a black oak & white oak; N 32 E 26 poles to 2 white oaks; N 73 
E 20 poles to 3 white oaks; S 60 E 18 poles to a white oak; N 69 E 98 poles
to the Beginning.
January 3rd 1783. Aaron Lewis Asst.
Robt. Preston, S.W.C.
We the Commissioners for the District of Washington & Montgomery Counties
do certify that Joseph Snodgrass assignee of Shadrack Newlon is entitled to
four hundred acres of land lying in Washington County on a branch of Little
Holstein bounded by Francis Kincannon, John Carson & David Snodgrass, three
hundred & ninety acres of which was surveyed for the said Joseph the 19th of
January 1774 by virtue of an order of Council dated the 16th Dec 1773 to
include the improvement he having proved to the Court he was entitled to the
same by actual settlement made in the year 1771. As witness our hands this
20th day of August 1781.
Jos. Cabell
Harry Innes
witness: James Reid, C.C.C. R. Cabell Comrs.

4 Jan 1783 -- Survey Book 1753-1781, pg. 113: David Snodgrass is original
owner of 175 acres on waters of Middle Fork today surveyed for James Tygard
(who is entitled to 200 acres by actual settlement in 1776 on Little Holstein
joining Andrew Kincanon, Woods Patent line, David Snodgrass, and John Carson)
and who is assignee of William Long, assignee of John Archers, assignee of
David Snodgrass, according to the 16 Aug 1781 certificate by the District
Commissioners included. The 175 begins on Andy Kincannon's ridge corner
and goes with his line and Woods' old line past Woods' old corner to Snodgrass'
corner, then with him to Lewis' corner and with him to Kincannon's line, then
with him to the initial point.

21 Sep 1783 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 222: A Power of Attorney from Katherine Jenkins
to
Hugh
Vance and John Snodgrass of Barkly County [Berkeley Co] acknowledged in Court
and
ordered
to be certified. 
<This is apparently the widow of David Snodgrass of Frederick/Berkley Co., VA,
who
reportedly
married second Aaron Jenkins.> 
[vss - typo here? Catherine widow of William who d. between 1750 & 1758, is
STILL
Catherine Snodgrass - see 25 Sep 1766 Berkeley Co VA - when she relinquishes her
widow's
rights to her sons Robert and Joseph; and we have the will of Aaron Jenkins, Sr.
died in
Berkeley Co between 6 Apr 1758 and 4 Apr 1759, in which he names "my 3 sons &
my
two
sons in law Robert & Joseph Snodgrass ... and to John Imdee my son in law" ...
Aaron 
Jenkins
s/o Aaron still has land on Back Creek, Berkeley Co in 1774 which touches on land
of
Robert
Snodgrass s/o Wm. & Catherine, but he (Aaron) is in Westmoreland Co PA in 1783]

18 May 1784 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 264: James Snodgrass moved that Sheriff
James Dysart did not execute John Watts' effects.

1784 -- Minute Bk. 1, pg. 254: Chris Acklin vs. Joseph Snodgrass.

23 Feb 1786 -- Calender of Virginia State Papers, vol. 4, page 95: The
Deposition
of 
Joseph Cole, of lawfull age, taken in behalf of the Commonwealth of Virginia,
respecting 
sundry charges exhibited against Arthur Campbell:
Sayeth, that some time in Jan'y, or Feb'y, 1784, he was in conversation
with Col. Arthur Campbell and Joseph Snodgrass. There was mention made of
the sheriff's swearing in to Collect the taxes, when Col. Campbell said they were
prity fellows to send here for taxes; but he would call a Committee and prevent the 
paying of taxes till such times as they would pay what they were endue us, or
endue 
to the County, or words to that import.
This Deponent further sayeth, that when the Governor's proclamation was
produced to the Court of Washington, Colo. Campbell objected against it, and
said the Court had no right to pay any regard to it, and that the Governor had
no right to issue such a proclamation.
Sworn to before us the 23d day of Feb'y, 1786, as Witness our hands and Seals.
John Kinkead
Alex'r Montgomery

<need date> -- Calender of Virginia State Papers, vol. 4, page 135: The
Deposition of Joseph Snodgrass, taken before John Kincead, John Lowry and
Joseph Black, Commissioners, &c., &c., Deposeth and Saith:
That he knows nothing about Arthur Campbell advising people chargeable
with public Taxes to refuse payment thereof.

20 Mar 1786 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 31: Thomas Bates & Elizabeth his wife of
Washington Co., VA, to John Snodgrass of the same...5 shillings ...tract of land 
granted to the said Thomas Bates bearing date 24 Jun 1785 surveyed 5 Sep 1784 
lying ... in Washington Co., on the waters of the Middle fork of Holston River & 
bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at three white oaks on Humphrey Bakers
line 
thence running with John Kirks line S 5 E 101 poles to a black oak and white oak, 
S 53 E79 poles to a poplar on a ridge S 61 E 57 poles to between three white oaks 
N 70 E 280 poles to 2 souer woods & a locust saplin thence leaving Kirks line & 
running N 44 W 338 poles passing Aaron Lewis's corner to a white oak, from
thence 
continuing with Jaimisons line to a Red Oak on the Side of a Ridge S 54 W 1154
poles 
to a red oak & white oak by a Little Spring, S 30 W 60 poles to a black oak white
oak 
and dogwood on said Bakers line and with his line running S 70 E 50 poles to a
white 
oak and 2 hickeries on the side of a ridge thence S 33 W 29 poles to the beginning, 
containing by estimation 400 acres...
Thomas Beats
Elizabeth (her mark) Beats
Signed sealed & delivered in the presents of
Sam'l Meek George Clark Jas. Duffey
Recorded 25 Mar 1786.
<part of this tract sold D.B. 1, pg. 423>
[vss - a James Duffey is named as son-in-law in will of John Snodgrass who d.
1796 
Washington Co. VA]

21 Mar 1786 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 32: Same deed as above, only this is the
"release" and the price is 275 pounds lawful money of Virginia.

22 Aug 1786 -- Wm. Snodgrass m. Sarah Long, by Thomas Woolsey (pg. 413).
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The court minute books are missing from 1787-1819.
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19 Sep 1786 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 43: Aaron Lewis of Madison Co., VA to James
Dysart &
Joseph Snodgrass jointly...150 pounds...parcel of land...in Washington Co. on both
sides of
little
Holstein a branch of the middle fork of Holstein river being part of a tract of land
granted 
unto
the said Aaron Lewis by patent bearing date 20 Nov 1784 containing 500
acres...beginning
at a
Spanish oak on the west bank of the creek below the Iron works thence with Joseph
Cohills
line
N 63 E 61 poles to a white oak on the side of the ridge thence N 77 E 285 poles to a
black 
oak
on the side of the ridge a corner to Joseph Snodgrass's land and with his lines S 52
W 157
poles
to a black oak on the top of the ridge thence S 45 E 86 poles to a chesnut and white
oak 
thence
S 74 E 66 poles crossing the branch to 2 white oaks and a hiccory thence S 18 W 46
poles
to 3
white oaks near David Snodgrass's road thence S 42 E 30 poles to a white oak S 4
W 50 
poles
to a white oak thence S 70 W 44 poles to 2 white oaks and a hiccory on David
Snodgrass's
line
and with the same N 80 W 70 poles to 2 hiccories David Snodgrass's Corner N 33 W
60
poles
crossing little Holstein to three white oaks then leaving said Snodgrass's line and
running
with
James Taggart's lines N 22 poles to a white oak on the side of the ridge thence N 77
W 98
poles
to 2 white oaks and a hiccory on Andrew Kincannons line and with the same N 68 E
36 
poles to
2 white oaks thence N 17 W 30 poles to 2 beeches and a dogwood near the creek
thence
up the
creek S 82 W 54 poles thence N 81 W 38 poles to the beginning...203 acres...
Recorded 19 Sep 1786.
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1787 -- Tax list:
David Snodgrass: self, 1 male 17-20, 5 horses, 16 cows.
James Snodgrass: self, 3 horses, 6 cows.
John Snodgrass: self, 1 male 17-20, 4 horses, 13 cows.
William Snodgrass: self, 7 horses, 6 cows.
David Snodgrass Jr.: self, 3 horses, 8 cows.

15 Sep 1787 -- Joseph Snodgrass m. Anne Hutton, by Thomas Woolsey (pg. 413).

2 Apr 1789 -- Catherine Snodgrass m. James Smith, by Thomas Woolsey (pg. 413).

12 May 1789 -- Bond Book: James Snodgrass was surety for William Long, who
was
appointed
guardian to William Fowler's son John.

20 Feb 1790 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg 172: John W. Nutt to James Snodgrass, both of 

Washington Co., VA ... 120 pounds current money of Virginia...a parcel of land 
containing 421 acres... lying in Washington County and on the south side of the 
south fork of Holstein River and granted to Alexander W. Nutt by patent bearing 
date 26 Jun 1786...and is bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning on a chestnut and 
white oak under a spur of the Iron Mountain thence N 45 W 304 poles to an ash and 
beech on the northeast side of Moses Creek N 59 W 38 poles to a beech and white 
oak on Willens path thence crossing the Creek S 25 W 59 poles to a walnut among 
a parcel of rocks under a ridge S 65 W 82 poles to a black oak by a gulley S 40 
W 113 poles to a white oak S 63 E 354 poles to a black oak N 40 E 143 poles 
to the beginning...
Test John W. Nutt
Test: Francis Kincanon, Robert Elder, David Carson, William Kennedy
Recorded 15 xxx 1791.
<for sale of this land see Deed Bk. 2, pg. 464--2 deeds, 4 May 1801 & 1 Aug 1801>

4 Mar 1790 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 156: Thomas Edmondson Sen'r & Margaret his wife
of
Washington Co., VA, to David Snodgrass of the same ... 5 shillings...parcel of land 

containing 155 acres...in Washington Co. on the waters of the south fork of Holstein 
River the same being part of a greater tract granted by the commonwealth aforesaid 
to the said Thomas Edmondson by indenture bearing date 5 Jul 1785 and bounded as 

follows viz Beginning at a large and small white oak thence N 32 W 130 poles to 
2 small white oaks with John Kelleys line S 51 W 97 poles to a poplar and white
walnut 
with James Robinsons line S 27 W 70 poles to a Cucumber and Ash S 14 E 26 poles
to a 
large white ash in Moses Edmondsons line S 48 poles to a white oak S 25 E 60 poles
to a 
maple last corner to Thomas Edmondson thence for dividing line N 43 E 98 poles to

black Oak N 40 E 102 poles to the beginning...
Thomas Edmiston
<no other signatures>
<sold 16 Sep 1811, Deed Bk. 4, pg. 497>

5 Mar 1790 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 157: Same deed as above, only this is the "release" 
and the price is 20 pounds lawful money. Again, it is only signed by Thomas
Edmiston, 
with no witnesses.
The deed was acknowledged in court by both Thomas Edmiston [Edmondson] & 

Margaret his wife & recorded 9 Mar 1790.

9 Mar 1790 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 169: William Long to William Snodgrass, both of 

Washington Co., VA ...100 pounds currant money of Virginia...a tract of land
containing 
120 acres...in Washington Co. on a branch of the middle fork of Holstein River and
is part 
of two deeds granted to the said William Long and is bounded as followeth to wit 

Beginning at 2 white oaks a corner between James Snodgrass and the said William 

Snodgrass thence N 43 W 6 poles to a sugar tree and two saplin N 74 W 100 poles
to a 
white oak & beech S 85 W 43/40? poles to 2 white oaks on the west side of a branch 
S 50 W 108 poles to a black oak on the north side and go S 7 W 124 poles to 2
black oaks 
on a flat ridge a corner to James Snodgrasses land and with a line of the same N 58
E two 
and eighty five poles to the beginning...
William Long
Signature acknowledged 9 Mar 1790 and recorded that day.

9 Mar 1790 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 170: William Long to James Snodgrass both of 
Washington Co., VA... 152 pounds curent money of Virginia... parcel of land
containing 
220 acres... in Washington Co. on a branch of the middle fork of Holstein River and 

granted to the said William Long by deed bearing date ____ and is bounded as
followeth 
to wit: Beginning at 2 white oaks a corner to William Snodgrass land and with a line
of the 
same S 58 W 285 poles to 2 black oaks on a flat ridge thence leaving Snodgrass land
S 21 
E 70 poles to a hickory and white oak N 59 E 126 poles to 2 white oaks on the
waggon 
road, E 60 poles to a black oak S 43 E 79 to a poplar and a chestnut thence leaving 

Mosses? line N 38 E 170 poles to a white oak and poplar sapling a corner to Joseph 

Redshaws land and with a line of the same N 88 W 32 poles to 2 poplars on the old
patent 
line N 43 W 110 poles to the beginning...
William Long
Signature acknowledged 9 Mar 1790 & recorded.

7 Dec 1792 -- David Snodgrass m. Mary Hutchison, by Nicholas Reagan (pg. 414).

ca. 1792 -- Hugh Snodgrass m. Temperance Hughes, by Nicholas Reagan (pg. 414). 
[vss - see Hugh on 1820 Lee Co VA, 1840 Sullivan Co TN, also see two of their
sons 
David 1850 Lee Co VA, d. 1859 Scott Co VA, and Hiram 1840 - 1870 Scott Co ...
]

17 Oct 1792 -- Calender of Virginia State Papers, vol. 6, page 101:
Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry & assessment of fines held at the October 17th 

Courthouse of Washington County, October 17th, 1792:
Present: James Dysart, Col.; Michael Montgomery, Major; James Kincannon, 
Arthur Bowen, John Lowry, John Davis, James Logan, Richard Poston, Joseph
Gran, 
And. Goff, Robert Craig, William Y. Conn, James Snodgrass, Joseph Hensey,
Captains.
<There follows a list of the people fined for failing to answer a call for the militia to 

assemble, and a list of people excused for failing to appear.>

19 Aug 1794 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 344: John Snodgrass & Mary his wife to Joseph
Snodgrass,
both of Washington Co., VA...5 shillings current money of Virginia ... 220 1/2 acres
...
lying in
the county of Washington on a branch of Stallnickers creek and on the north side of
the
middle
branch of Holestine River, bounded as followeth Beginning at a red oak and white
oak by
the
head of a spring corner between said John Snodgrass and Joseph Snodgrass, ??
thence S
30/38?
W 46 poles to between two white oaks, thence for a division line between the said
John and
Joseph Snodgrass S 84 E 40 poles to a black oak and white oak in the side of a
ridge, thece
N 36
E 5 poles to a double chestnut on a ridge N 83 E 24 poles to 2 white oaks, S 28 E
40 poles
to a
stake by a spring branch, thence crossing said branch N 55 E 7 poles to a white oak
stump
on the
East side of said branch, S 59 E 21 poles to a large white oak on a rocky ridge, N 86
E 100
poles
to a large white oak on the side of a ridge S 53 E 188 poles to 3 white oak saplings
on the
patent
line and with the same N 70 E 50 poles to 2 sourwoods and a locust sapling N 44 E
338
poles
passing Lewis's corner to a white oak thence with Jamisons to a red oak on the side
of a
ridge,
thence with the said Jamisons line S 54 W 154 poles to the beginning...
John Snodgrass
Mary Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 19 Aug 1794 & recorded.
<this appears to be part of the land purchased 20 Mar 1786, Deed Bk. 1, pg. 31>

19 Aug 1794 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 350: David Carson of Washington Co., VA, on
behalf of
James
Bowles of Knox Co., Terr. South of the River Ohio and who acts by virtue of a
power of
attorney
from the said James Bowles ... to Joseph Snodgrass of Washington Co., VA ... 105
pounds
current money of Virginia...207 acres... being part of two different tracts of land to
wit one
of
400 acres granted to John Bowles dec'd, the other of 157 acres and granted to the
said
John
Boles 7 May 1785, the other on 2 Nov 1793, both tracts lying & being in
Washington Co.,
on the
North side of the middle fork of Holstein River bounded as followeth to wit,
Beginning at a
black
oak and white oak corner to James Anderson and the said Joseph Snodgrass land
thence S
35 
W 119 poles to a large black walnut amongst rocks N 85 W 42 poles to 2 black oaks
& 2
white
oaks on the west end of a ridge, S 63 W 30 poles to 3 white oak saplings on the
patent line
&
corner between Archibald McCollock and the said Snodgrass ... thence for a
dividing 
line S25
E 196 poles to 3 white oaks on a spur on the end of a draught, thence leaving
McCollock
corner
N 61 E 76 poles N 43 E 110 poles to a stake on the side of the Knobs corner to
James
Anderson
land thence for a dividing line for the said Anderson and Snodgrass N 27 W 187
poles up
the
meanders of the Spring branch dividing the spring at a black oak and beech at the
head of
said
spring between Anderson and the said Snodgrass, thence N 41 W 27 poles to the
beginning...
David Carson
Signature acknowledged 19 Aug 1794 & recorded.
<see Deed Bk. 1, pg. 423 for the sale of this land, 18 Aug 1795>

11 Feb 1795 -- Jean Snodgrass m. John Coffield, by Nicholas Reagan (pg. 62).
[vss - d/o David Snodgrass d. 1814]

2 Apr 1795 -- John Snodgrass m. Anne Elms, by Edward Crawford (pg. 414).
[vss - see 1807 Logan Co KY - a John Snodgrass dies - a Thomas Elms is made
administrator 
of his estate and 1808 Ann Snodgrass replaces him on tax list ...]

8 Jun 1795 -- Will Bk. 2, pp. 72-3 & pp. 92, 95: In the name of God Amen. 
I John Snodgrass of Washington County and State of Virginia, Being at present frail
in
body yet
of perfect mind and memory thanks be to Almighty God and calling to mind the
uncertainty of
this life and that it is appointed for all men once to die and after that to come to
judgement
Do
make and order this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following And
first I
recommend my soul to Almighty God my Creator who gave it trusting that I shall
receive
full
pardon and free remission of all my Sins and obtain eternal life in and thru the
previous
Death and
merits of Jesus Christ my blessed Saviour and Redeemer and my body to the earth
from
whence it
was taken undoubtedly believing that I shall receive the same again at the general
Resurection at
the last day thru the mighty power of God whereby he is able to subdue all things
unto
himself
and as for such Worldly goods and Estate with which it hath pleased God to bless
me with
in life
I leave and bequeath as followeth, Imprimis I will that all my just debts and funeral
charges
be
fully paid and satisfied, Item I give and bequeath to my loving wife Mary Snodgrass
for and
during her natural life one third of my Estate and likewise my dwelling house that I
now
live in if
she thinks proper to remain there and her third of the movebles to be at her own
disposal
and my
will is that my three Daughters Elizabeth Elenir [Eleanor] and Mary have there living
on
said
land while the<y> live single, and my will is that my son Matthew is to have his
living of my
two
sons Joseph and John whichever he chuses to live with And further my will is that
Joseph
and
John as they enjoy the <w>hole of the land that each of them pays to my three
daughters
Elisbeth [Elizabeth] Elenir and Mary to the sum of twenty pounds each twenty
pounds in
tread to
be paid to Elener ten pounds in tread to Elizabeth and ten pounds in tread to Mary 
And
likewise
my will is that my three sons David and William and Joseph has each of them five
shillings
and
my Son in Law James Duffy five shillings Likewise my will is that my son John at his
mothers
decease to have the <w>hole of that tract of Land and plantation whereon we now
live to
be and
remain his from this time and forever I likewise give and bequeath to my said son
John
Snodgrass
two work horses and plow and geers and plantation ___ to work said Land and all to
be
preased
[appraised] by men chosen for that purpose and likewise the waggon is to remain on
said
plantation for the yuse thereof and when things are presed my will is that my three
Daughters
Elizabeth and Elener and Mary has each of them a childs part besides the forty
pounds
above
mentioned and likewise to have there living of said place wile the<y> live single as
above
mentioned and my will is that if any one of the three dies them my Will is that her
part be
devided
between the other two; lastly I do hereby constitute ordain and appoint James Duffy
and
William Snodgrass my son in law and son joint executors of this my last Will and
Testament
Revoking and making void all former and other Testaments Legacies an exetors
re___ and
confirming this and this only to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I
now
hereunto set my hand and seal this eight day of Jun in the year of our Lord one
thousand
seven hundred and ninty five.
John Snodgrass
Witnesses: Robert Buchanan, Joseph Snodgrass, James Buchanan.
Proved in court 15 Mar 1796.
<see also 4 Jan 1854>

28 Jul 1795 -- James Snodgrass m. Mary Redshaw, by Edward Crawford (pg. 414).

18 Aug 1795 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 423: Joseph Snodgrass & Mary his wife to
Michael Star, all of Washington Co., VA...457 dollars...parcel of land in
Washington Co. on the north side of the middle fork of Holstein River...207
acres...and bounded as followeth to wit Beginning at a black oak and white oak
corner to James Anderson and the said Michael Stars land thence S 35 W 119
poles to a large black Walnut amongst rocks N 85 W 42 poles to 2 black oaks &
2 white oaks on the west end of a ridge, S 63 W 30 poles to 3 white oak
saplings on the patent line & corner between Archibald McCollock and the said
Starr thence for a dividing line S 25 E 196 poles to 3 white oaks on a spur on
the end of a draught, thence leaving McCollock corner N 61 E 76 poles N 43
E 110 poles to a stake on the side of the Knobs corner to James Anderson land
thence for a dividing line for the said Anderson and Star N 27 W 187 poles up
the meanders of the Spring branch dividing the spring at a black oak and beech
at the head of said spring between Anderson and the said Starr, thence N 41
W 27 poles to the beginning...
Joseph Snodgrass
Mary Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledge 18 Aug 1795 & recorded.
<see 19 Aug 1794, Deed Bk. 1, pg. 350, for the purchase of this land>

17 Nov 1795 -- Will Bk. 2, pg. 63: 
Bill of sale for 1 negro woman named Breener from John P. Perkins to James
Snodgrass
for 60
pounds; witnesses: William Long, John Curtain, Jessee Wamack.

7 Dec 1795 -- Margaret Snodgrass m. John Curtain, by Nicholas Reagan.
[vss - See Sullivan Co TN, John Curtin / Curtain business with Wm. Snodgrass s/o
David
&
Margaret]

10 Feb 1796 -- Survey Bk. 1753-1781, pg. 462: Surveyed for David Snodgrass
Four hundred acres of land in Washinton County by virtue of a certificate from
the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties &
agreeable to an Act of the General Assembly of Virginia passed in the year
1779 bounded as followth, to wit, Beginning at three white oaks corner to
George Bamble land thence S 45 E 200 poles to 2 white oaks, S 77 E 42 poles
to a buckeye and hicory on the river bank, thence up the several courses: N 48 
E 28 poles; S 67 E 34 poles; N 36 E 36 poles; S 70 E 60 poles; N 27 E 24 poles;
N 58 W 75 poles; N 78 E 56 poles to a bunch of Lynns on the bank of the river,
thence leaving the river: N 23 W 245 poles to a stake; N 80 W 15 poles to
2 white oaks; N 56 W 66 poles to 3 white oaks on the west side of the creek;
S 10 W 82 poles down the said creek; S 55 W 55 poles; S 5 W 36 poles; S 48 
W 119 poles to the beginning.
February 10th 1796 David Carson, D.S.
N.B.Robt. Preston, S.W.C.
The certificate for this plat is recorded on the next page to the right. (oldBook).
<see 29 Aug 1781>

10 Feb 1796 -- Survey Bk. 1753-1781, pg. 463: Surveyed for David Snodgrass
Seventy-five
acres of land in Washington County by virtue of a Virginia Land office Treasury
Warrant
No.
2090 and dated the 5th April 1782, lying in Washington County on the middle Fork
of
Holstein
River, bounded as followeth Beginning at a bunch of linns on the north bank of the
river,
thence
crossing said river N 6 E 206 poles to 2 white oaks thence crossing the river, N 80
W 117
poles
to a stake on his other survey; S 23 E 245 poles to the beginning.
David Carson, D.S.
February the 10th 1796 Robt. Preston, S.W.C.

15 Mar 1796 -- Deed Bk. 1, pg. 449: George Gamble & Margrath < wife?> to John
Snodgrass &
Robert Snodgrass all of Washington Co., VA... 29 pounds seven pence current
money of
Virginia
... 32 3/4 acres being in Washington Co. on a branch of the middle fork of Holston
river
and
bounded as followeth To wit, Begining between 2 white oaks at top S 13 E 107
poles to
between
2 white oaks on Kincannons line N 48 E 18 poles to 2 elms on the west side of creek
N 5 E
36
poles N 55 E 32 poles N 10 E 48 poles to 2 white oaks corner to the said George
Gamble
and 
Francis Kincannon Land thence S 70 W 86 poles to the beginning at the 2 white oaks
on
the west
side of the spring branch...
George Gamble
Signature acknowledged 15 Mar 1796 & recorded.
<for sale by John, see 14 Sep 1807, Deed Bk. 3, pg. 643>

16 Aug 1796 -- Will Bk. 2, pg. 92: Appraisal of the estate of John Snodgrass;
Wm. Snodgrass etc., executors.

20 Sep 1796 -- Will Bk. 2, pg. 95: Account of the estate of John Snodgrass;
Wm. Snodgrass etc., executors.

15 Sep 1797 -- Virginia Land Grant Bk. 37, pg. 411: David Snodgrass was granted
756
acres on
Middle Fork of the Holstein River.

22 Sep 1797 -- Virginia Land Grant Bk. 39, pg. 624: David Snodgrass was granted
400
acres
adjacent George Gamble <see deed bk. 1, pg. 449>.

26 Apr 1798 -- David Snodgrass m. Elizabeth Reed, by Edward Crawford (pg. 415).

18 Feb 1799 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 179: Andrew Anderson & Mary his wife to Joseph
Snodgrass
all of Washington Co., VA...217 pounds current money...156 acres...lying in
Washington
Co. on
a fork of Carlocks creek a branch of the middle fork of Holstein River and bounded
as
followeth
to wit: Beginning at 3 walnuts and a dogwood sapling in a rich hollow thence N 75
E 56
poles
to a large white oak sourwood and 2 dogwoods on a high hill N 68/62? poles to 2 
white
oaks
and a beech N31 E 78 poles to a black oak and 2 white oaks N 34 W 60 poles to a 
white
oak
and dogwood W 160 poles to a black oak on the side of Walkers mountain S 20 E
172
poles
passing by John Nelsons corner to a double white oak on the side of a bald hill from
thence
S 46
E 56 poles to the beginning...
Andrew Anderson
Mary Anderson
Signatures acknowledged 19 Feb 1799 & recorded.

25 Jun 1799 -- John Snodgrass m. Jean Long, by William Brundidge (pg. 415).

17 Sep 1799 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 226: David Snodgrass Sen'r & Margaret his wife
to David Snodgrass Jun'r all of Washington Co., VA...128 acres ... lying in
Washington Co., on the north side of the middle fork of Holstein river being
part of the tract where on the said David Snodgrass Sen'r now lives and
bounded as followeth Beginning on a white walnut on the bank of the river
thence S 39 W 60 poles to a double white oak, thence S 54 W 28 poles to a
hickory and dogwood thence S 27 W 140 poles to 2 white oaks corner to Jame<s>
Reid and David Snodgrass sen'r and with said Snodgrass's old patent line S 77
E 42 poles to a buckey and hiccory on the river bank thence up the several
courses of the river N 48 E 28 poles, S 67 E 34 poles S 36 E 36 poles S 70
E 60 poles N 27 E 24 poles, N 58 W 75 poles N 78 E 56 poles to a bunch of
Lynns N 17 W 174 poles to the beginning...
David Snodgrass
Margaret Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 17 Sep 1799 & recorded.

21 Nov 1799 -- Robert Snodgrass m. Patsy Grimes, by Edward Crawford (pg. 415).

2 Oct 1800 -- John Snodgrass m. Margaret Hutton, by Edw'd Crawford (pg. 415).
[vss - s/o John d. 1796, and Mary]

19 Feb 1801 -- Rebecca Snodgrass m. David Glenn, by Edward Crawford (pg. 165).

4 May 1801 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 464: James Snodgrass & Ann his wife to Jacob
Rouse all of Washington Co., VA...135 pounds current money of the United
States...116 acres...lying in Washington Co. on the waters of the south fork
of Holstein River being part of the tract purchased by said Snodgrass from
John McNutt and bounded as followeth Beginning at 2 dogwoods a corner to
James Megills land in a line of Mary Clarks land & with the same N 45 E 108
poles to a black oak & white oak in the patent line & with the same N 45 W 122
poles to an ash and beach on the north side of Moses Creak N 59 W 38 poles to a
beach & white oak on Wallens path thence crossing the creak S 25 W 59 poles
to a walnut among a parcel of Rocks under a ridge S 65 W 82 poles to a black
oak by a gully S 40 W 15 poles to a hickery & gum corner to James Megill land &
with his line S 63 E 182 poles to the Beginning...
James Snodgrass
Ann Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 20 Oct 1801 & recorded.
<for purchase see Deed Bk. 1, pg. 172>

1 Aug 1801 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 464: James Snodgrass & Anne his wife to Mary
Clark all of
Washington Co., VA...600 dollars current money of Virginia...200 acres ... lying in
Washington
Co. on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River being part of the tract purches
by said
Snodgrass from John McNutt and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning on a
chestnut
and
white oak under the spur of the mountain thence N 45 W 182 poles to a black oak
and
white 
oak in the patent line corner to James Donnelson and with his line S 45 W 207 poles
to a
stake 
in John Rosenbumbs line and with his line S 63 E 188 poles to a black oak corner to
said
Rosenbum thence N 45 E 143 poles to the beginning...
James Snodgrass
Ann Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 20 Oct 1801 & recorded.
<for purchase see deed book 1, pg. 172>

9 Aug 1801 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 464: James Snodgrass <"and Ann his wife" is
crossed out, 
but
she signs the deed> to James Megill all of Washington Co., VA...$500...104
acres...lying in
Washington Co. on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River beginning on a
stake in
John
Rosenbums line corner to Mary Clark and with her line N 45 E 98 1/2 poles to 2
dogwoods
in
Mary Clarks line thence N 63 W 182 poles to a hickry & gum on the old patent &
with the
same
S 40 W 98 poles to a white oak corner to John Rosenbums & with his line S 63 E
166
poles to
the beginning...
James Snodgrass
Ann Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 20 Oct 1801 & recorded.

18 Jan 1802 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 487: David Snodgrass sen'r & Margarett his wife to
John
Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...130 pounds ...83 acres & 120 poles...being
part of
a
greater tract granted by the Commonwealth aforesaid containing 400 acres by patent
bearing
date 22 Sep 1797 and bounded as follow viz Beginning at 2 white oaks on the old
patent
line
thence with the same S 40 E 4 poles to a double poplar in said line thence N 38 E
190
poles to a
dogwood and hiccory on the west side of the creek thence crossing said creek N 23
E 18 
poles
to a stake in the field N 53 E 63 poles to a white oak N 65 E 78 poles to 2 hickory
and a 
poplar
N 76/78? W 70 poles to 2 hiccories N 36 W 36 poles to 2 white oaks on the old line
S 35
W 30
poles to a stake on the west side of the creek and corner to Robert Snodgrass thence
down
said
creek S 43 W 18 poles S 28 W 14 poles S 55 W 30 S 5 W 36 poles to 2 elms on the 
west 
side
of said creek thence leaving said creek S 25 W 189 poles to the beginning...
David Snodgrass
Margaret Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 19 Jan 1802 & recorded.
<sold 23 Aug 1813, Deed Bk. 6, pg. 271>

16 Feb 1802 -- Deed Bk. 2, pg. 499: Ellis Hughes & Jane his wife to Hugh
Snodgrass all
of
Washington Co., VA...$2...parcel of land lying ...in Washington Co. on the waters of
cedar
Creek
a branch of the middle fork of Holstein river containing by computation 62 acres and
is
bounded
as followeth to wit Beginning at a fallen black oak by a marked white oak in a line of
the
old
survey and running thence with a line of Pattersons land N 62 E 124 poles to a
chesnut on
the
north side of a ridge corner to the land of Isaac Hughes and with a line thereof S 28
E 74
poles
to a poplar & chesnut sapling S 62 1/3 W 142 poles to a white oak sapling and 2
chesnut
shrubs
leaving Hughes and with a line of Robert McCullochs land N 11 W 76 poles to the
beginning...
Sealed & delivered in presence of 
Samuel Meek Elias Hughes
Jacob Lyon Jane Hughes
Stephen Lyon
Proved 16 Feb 1802 by oaths of Samuel Meek, Jacob Lyon & Stephen Lyon &
recorded.
<sold 28 Oct 1812, Dist. Ct. Deed Bk. B, pg. 358>

1 Jul 1802 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 71: Joshua McCormack & Martha his wife to
Robert Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$500...100 acres, lying in
Washington Co. on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein river and on both
sides of said fork being part of the tract whereon the said McCormack now
liveth. Beginning at 2 poplars in the patent line and with the same S 40 1/2
E 92 poles to a red oak, hickory and walnut on the bank of the river, N 72
E 174 poles crossing the river to an ash and elm in a line of John Speers land
and with the same N 46 W 40 poles crossing the river to a double white oak
on the north bank of the river N 31 E 58 poles to a white oak thence leaving
Speer's land S 75 W 168 <poles> to a poplar and hickory, N 38 W 41 poles to
2 poplars, S 36 1/2 W 60 poles to the beginning...
Joshua McCormack
Margaret McCormack
Signatures acknowledged 16 Aug 1802 & recorded.
<sold 15 Nov 1823, Deed Bk. 8, pg. 215>

19 Oct 1802 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 9: Joseph Snodgrass sells 156 acres for 75 pounds
to
William
Hennigar on the middle fork of Carlock Creek. <we need this complete deed>

1803 -- Deed Bk. 4, pg. 100: William Snodgrass is executor in Clawson's will.
<we need more complete information on this>

19 Mar 1803 -- Will Bk. 2, pg. 381: William Snodgrass took oath to become
Upper District Commissioner for Washington Co., VA.

26 Dec 1803 -- Deed Bk. 4, pg. 175: James Dysart of Lincoln Co., KY, to John
Snodgrass
of
Washington Co., VA...52 pounds 10 shillings current money of Virginia...parcel of
land
containing 83 acres...being in Washington Co., VA, & on a branch of Middle fork of
Holsein
river and bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning at 2 white oaks & hiccory corner
to
Matthew
Donavan's land thence S 19 W 40 poles to 3 white oaks near David Snodgrass's road
thence S 42
E 30 poles to a white oak S 4 W 50 poles to a white oak S 70 W 44 poles to 2 white
oaks
&
hickory on David Snodgras's line and with the same N 80 W 90 poles to 2 hickories
David
Snodgrass's corner N 33 W 60 poles crossing little Holstain to 3 white oaks N 72 E
176
poles to
the beginning...
Teste D. Craig Wm. Carson
Jas. Snodgrass Att. in fact for
William Snodgrass James Dysart
Proven 20 Jun 1809 by the oaths of David Craig, James Snodgrass & William
Snodgrass &
recorded.
<purchased with Joseph Snodgrass, 19 Sep 1786, Deed Bk. 1, pg. 43; sold 22 Aug
1816, 
Deed Bk. 6, pg. 272>

15 Feb 1804 -- Joseph Snodgrass m. Agnes Dickson, by Charles Harvey (pg. 416).
[vss - see 1816 deed - Joseph & wife Nancy ...]

26 Dec 1806 -- Surveyors Entry Bk. 1, pg. 471: Robert Snodgrass assignee of
Robert Preston by Warrant enterrs fifty acres of land lying on the south side
of the middle fork of Holstein River and on the south side of the land said
Snodgrass lives on and the land Samuel Farris lives on, beginning at a Hiccory
red oak and Walnut on a line of said Snodgrass's land & Farris's land to the
most eastwardly corner of Farris's land & running thence for quantity.
<no plat of this land in survey book>

14 Feb 1807 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 559: William Long Senior to William Snodgrass
both of
Washington Co., VA...132 pounds...parcel of land containing 66 acres & 20
poles...lying in
Washington Co. on the south side of the middle fork of holstein River being part of
his
patent
lands and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at 2 dogwoods and sowrwood on a
flat
ridge
corner to John Hagerty's land and with the lines there of N 34 E 94 poles to a red
oak, 
thence
N 52 W 62 poles to a large white oak N 2 E 56 poles to a white oak stump and 2
dogwoods
corner to Hagertys land, thence leaving Hagertys and running with William Longs
old
patent line 
and with the same N 55 W 26 poles to 2 white oaks near the waggon ford of the
River
thence for
a dividing line betwixt Long and Snodgrass S 36 W 47 poles to a stake in the Lain S
10 W
57
poles to a stake on a ridge of rocks near the waggon road S 8 E 89 poles to between
2
white oaks
on said Snodgrasses old survey and with the same N 78 E 40 poles to the
beginning...
William Long
Signature acknowledged 18 Feb 1807 & recorded.

14 Sep 1807 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 643: John Snodgrass & Geane <later in the deed
spelled Jean> his wife & Robert Snodgrass & Patty his wife to Moses Hutton,
all of Washington Co., VA...$200...parcel of land containing 36 acres & 40
poles & was granted to the said John & Robert Snodgrass by indenture from
George Gamble & wife bearing date 15 Mar 1796...being in Washington Co. on
a branch of the middle fork of Holstein River & bounded as follows to wit,
beginning at a white oak & poplar and running S 15 E 100 to between 2 white
oaks N 48 E 14 poles to 2 elms on the west side of the creek thence up said
creek with the several courses of the same N 5 E 36 poles N 55 E 32 poles N 10
E 48 poles to 2 white oaks thence S 70 E 86 to the beginning...
[witness ?] Leonard Hutton John Snodgrass
[witness ?] Joseph Snodgrass Geane Snodgrass
Robert (x) Snodgrass
Patty Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 19 Jan 1808 & recorded.
<purchased 15 Mar 1796, Deed Bk. 1, pg. 449; see also 11 Oct 1816, Deed Bk. 6,
pg.
324>

10 Oct 1807 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 608: John Todd to Joseph Snodgrass, both of
Washington Co., VA...350 pounds...parcel of land containing 198 acres the same
being a part of a greater tract containing 400 acres and was conveyed to the
aforesaid Todd from Henry St. John Dixon and Geane Todd adm'rs to the estate
of James Todd by Indenture bearing date 19 Sep 1807...being in Washington Co.
on the waters of the middle fork of holsteain River and bounded as follows viz
Beginning at a black oak & 2 white oaks in a line of the old survey and corner
between Jamison and Todd and for a dividing line N 35 E 82 poles to a stake in
the orchard N 127 poles to a small hickory in the field N 76 W 44 poles to a
stake in the edge of a sink hole N 2 W 59 poles to 2 blazed white oaks on the
pattent line and with the same N 88 W 38 poles to a white oak on a ridge
thence S 54 W 222 poles to a small white oak S 55 1/2 E 180 poles to 3 white
oaks thence S 70 E 70 poles to the beginning.
John Todd
Signature acknowledged 20 Oct 1807 & recorded.

22 Oct 1807 -- Peggy Snodgrass m. Samuel Hathorn, by James Harper (pg. 195).

29 Oct 1807 -- Sarah Snodgrass m. Benjamin Glenn (pg. 166).

14 Nov 1807 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 634: David Snodgrass Sen'r & Margaret his wife
to Moses Hutton, all of Washington Co., VA...$100...parcel of land containing
7 acres & 80 poles the same being a part of a greater tract containing 400
acres by survey bearing date 10 Feb 1796 and was granted to the aforesaid
David by Commonwealth pattent bearing date 22 Sep 1797...being in Washington
Co. and on a branch of the middle fork of holsteins River & bounded as follows
to wit Beginning at 3 white oaks on a rocky Bluff and Corner to said Davids
land and with a line thereof S 41 1/2 E 44 poles to 2 white oaks in sd. line
and corner to John Snodgdrass & with his line S 35 W 30 poles to a stake on
the west side of a large Creek and corner to the old survey and with a line
thereof N 7 E 82 poles to the beginning...
Teste Leonard Hutton David Snodgrass
Joseph Snodgrass Margaret Snodgrass
Robert Snodgrass
Proved 15 Dec 1807 by the oaths of Leonard Hutton, Joseph Snodgrass &
Robert Snodgrass, & recorded.

14 Nov 1807 -- Deed Bk. 3, pg. 635: David Snodgrass & Margarett his wife to
Moses
Hutton,
all of Washington Co., VA...$100...parcel of land containing 40 acres the same being
part
of a
greater tract containing 400 acres by survey bearing date 10 Feb 1796 and was
granted to
the
aforesaid David by Commonwealth pattent bearing date 2 Sep 1797... being in
Washington
Co.
on a branch of the middle fork of Holsteins river and bounded as follows viz:
Beginning at 2 elms on the bank of a large creek and corner to John Snodgrasses 
land and
with a
line thereof S 25 W 189 poles to 2 white oaks in the old pattent line and with the
same N
45 W 75
poles to 3 white oaks a corner to Leonard Huttons land and with a line thereof N 48
E 148
poles
to between 2 white oaks thence N 49 E 14 poles to the beginning...
Teste Leonard Hutton David Snodgrass
Joseph Snodgrass Margaret Snodgrass
Robert Snodgrass
Proved 15 Dec 1807 by oaths of Leonard Hutton, Joseph Snodgrass, & Robert
Snodgrass & recorded.

17 Feb 1808 -- Guardian Bonds: William Snodgrass, guardian of William Day &
Sarah Day, children of Robert Day; security Patrick Campbell.

11 Apr 1808 -- Will Bk. 3, pg. 182: Will of John Hutton, whose son Dickson
gets the most; money to daughters Ellenor, Ann, & Margaret, and to kids of his
deceased daughters Jane & Mary. Daughter Margaret Snodgrass gets hat and
pocketbook, barely mentions his son James.
[vss - Margt. Hutton m. John Snodgrass in 1800]

18 Sep 1808 -- Deed Bk. 4, pg. 100: William Snodgrass ex'r to the last will &
testament
of
Mary Clark of Washington Co., VA, to James Clawson of the same...$500...parcel
of land
containing by survey 200 acres...being in Washington Co. on the waters of the south
fork
of
Holstein River being part of the tract purchased by James Snodgrass from John W.
Nutt
and by
him conveyed to Mary Clark bounded as follows to wit Beginning on a chestnut and
white
oak
under the spur of the mountain thence N 45 W 182 poles to a black oak and white
oak in
the
patent line corner to Palser Rouse and with his line S 45 W 207 poles to a stake in
John
Rosenbums line and with his line S 63 E 188 poles to a black oak corner to said 
Rosenbum
thence N 45 E 143 poles to the beginning...
William Snodgrass
Signature acknowledged 20 Sep 1808 & recorded.

15 May 1810 -- Bond Book: William Snodgrass was surety for David Campbell,
who was
appointed guardian to James King's children, Thomas & Rachel Mary Eliza King,
under 14.

24 Sep 1810 -- Jane Snodgrass m. James Orr, by Edward Crawford (pg. 352).
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1810 Census
James Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 10-16, 1 m 45+, 4 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
Major James Snodgras = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 1 m 45+, 1 f 16-26.
William Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 1 m 10-16, 4 m 16-25, 1 m 45+, 
1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-44, 2 male slaves.
David Snodgrass = 1 m 16-26, 1 m 45+, 1 f 45+, 1 female slave.
David Snodgrass Jr. = 1 m 26-45, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 26-45.
John Snodgrass = 4 m 0-10, 1 m 26-44, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-45, 1 f slave.
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 16-26, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26, 2 female slaves.
David Snodgrass, forks = 1 m 10-16, 1 m 45+, 3 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.
Hugh Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 2 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f
26-44.
Robert Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 2 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
David Snodgrass = 1 m 10-16, 1 m 45+, 1 f 10-16, 3 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.
David Snodgrass = 1 m 16-26, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26.
John Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 2 m 26-45, 3 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
John Snodgrass = 1 m 16-26, 1 f 16-26.
Joseph Snodgrass = 2 m 0-10, 2 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 2 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f
26-45, 
1 male slave, 1 female slave.
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16 Sep 1811 -- Deed Bk. 4, pg. 497: David Snodgrass & Rebecca his wife to John
Edmiston
Jun'r, all of Washington Co., VA...$1000... parcel of land...lying in Washington Co.,
VA,
on one
of the this? branches of the south fork of Holston River a tract of land the said
David
Snodgrass purchased from Thomas Edmiston dec'd containing 155 acres ... &
bounded as
follows to wit: Beginning at a large and small white oak thence N 32 W 130 poles
to 2
small
white oaks with John Kellys line S 51 W 97 poles to a poplar and white walnut with
James
Robinsons line S 7<?> W 70 poles to a Cucumber and Ash S 14 E 26 poles to a
large 
white ash
in Moses Edmistons line S 48 poles to a white oak S 25 E 60 poles to a maple corner
to
Thomas
Edmiston Sen'r aforesaid N 43 E 98 poles to a black Oak N 40 E 102 poles to the
beginning ...
David Snodgrass
Rebecca Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 17 Sep 1811 & recorded.
<purchased 4 Mar 1790, Deed Bk. 1, pg. 156>

15 Oct 1811 -- Deed Bk. 4, pg. 522: Joshua Burke & Catherine his wife to Robert
Snodgrass all
of Washington Co., VA...$1522.50 current money...parcel of land...lying in
Washington
Co.,
containing 203 acres...the same tract of land on which the said Robert Snodgrass
now lives
&
which was devised by the last will & Testament of Joshua McCormack dec'd to the
said
Joshua
Burke & bounded by the lands of John Spears, Robert Delaps, John Grills, Robert
White,
James Bryan, Joseph Kennedy, & the said Robert Snodgrasses...
Joshua Burke
Catherine Burke
Signatures acknowledge 15 Oct 1811 & recorded.
<sold 15 Nov 1823, Deed Bk. 8, pg. 215>

19 Nov 1811 -- Guardian Bonds: 
William Snodgrass guardian of William Eakin & Sally Eakin, children of Samuel
Eakin; 
John Snodgrass security.
John Edmondson guardian of Samuel Eakin & Joseph Eakin, sons of Samuel
Eakin; 
Robert Edmondson security.
Samuel Kelly guardian of Eleanor Eakin, dau. of Samuel Eakin; Andrew
Patterson
security.

6 Feb 1812 -- Martha Snodgrass m. William Glenn, by Edward Crawford.

7 Jul 1812 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass m. Robert Buchanan (pg. 21).

21 Sep 1812 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 32: Inventory of John Snodgrass.

28 Oct 1812 -- District Court Deed Bk. B, pg. 358: Hugh Snodgrass & Temperanse
his
wife 
to Elijah Carpenter, all of Washington Co., VA...$400...parcel of land ...lying in
Washington Co.
on the waters of Ceder Creek a branch of the middle fork of holston River containing
by
survey
62 acres and is bounded as follows to wit beginning at a fallen black ashe by a
marked
white oak
in a line of the old survey and running thence with a line of Glens [Glenn's] lane N 62
E 124
poles
to a chestnut on the north side of a ridge corner to the land of Elijah Carpenter and
with a
line
thereof S 28 E 74 poles to a poplar & chestnut sapling S 62 1/3 W 142 poles to a
white
oak
sapling and 2 chestnut grubs leaving Carpenters and with a line of Richard White N
11 W
76
poles to the beginning...
Hugh Snodgrass
Temperance Snodgrass
Recorded 31 Oct 1812.
<purchased 16 Feb 1802, Deed Bk. 2, pg. 499>

3 Dec 1812 -- Will Bk. ??, pg. 267: Account of John Snodgrass, dec'd.

19 Jan 1813 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 11: James Snodgrass & William Snodgrass are
executors on Colonel Samuel Meek's inventory; and in Will Bk. 4, pg. 251,
they paid Jacob Lyon, John Glenn, William Glenn, etc., in Meek's accounting.

26 Jan 1813 -- Alexander Snodgrass m. Mary Minks.
[vss - where did this come from? Where are they on 1820?]

22 Apr 1813 -- Deed Bk. 5, pg. 257: Francis Smith to William Snodgrass, both of 

Washington Co., VA ... whereas John Hagarty by a certain Indenture of bargain &
sale 
bearing date 2 Apr 1807 sold & conveyed to the said Francis Smith in trust 2 certain 
tracts of parcels of land lying & being in Washington Co. the one containing 33
acres ... 
and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at a large red oak thence for a dividing 
line S 32 W 90 poles to 2 sourwoods and a double sourwood William Snodgrasses
line 
and with the same S 75 E 71 poles to a sugartree & white oak thence N 24 E 64
poles 
to a white oak Thence N 66 W 62 poles to the beginning ... to secure a debt due
from the 
said John Hagarty to Francis Preston for the sum of $650 and Whereas the said
Francis 
Smith on the ___ day of ___ pursuant to the trust reposed in him having previously
advertised the time & place of sale as prescribed in the said Indenture in Trust,
offered 
the tract or parcel of land above mentioned to the highest bidder for ready money &
the 
said William Snodgrass of the second part became the purchaser for the sum of $100
...
Signed, sealed, & delivered Fran's Smith
in presence of <blank>
Signature acknowledged 20 Jul 1813 & recorded.

23 Aug 1813 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 271: John Snodgrass & Jane his wife of the state of 

Tennessee to William Byars & Pleasant Smith of Washington Co., VA ...$500 parcel
of 
land containing 83 3/4 acres lying...in Washington Co. on the north side of the
Middle 
Fork of Holstein on a branch of the same known by the name of the little Holstein
and 
joining the lands of Moses Hutton, Joseph Snodgrass the land of Steel Matthew 

Donvavans and the said Wm. Byars and beginning at 2 whiteoaks on the old patent
line 
thence with the same S 40 E 4 poles to a double poplar on said line thence N 38 E
190 
poles to a dogwood & hickory on the west side of the creek thence crossing said
Creek 
N 23 E 18 poles to a stake in the field N 53 E 63 poles to a white oak N 65 E 78
poles
to 2 hiccories & a poplar N 76 W 70 poles to 2 hiccories N 36 W 36 poles to 2
white 
oaks on the old patent line S 35 W 30 poles to a stake on the west side of the creek
and
corner to Robert Snodgrass thence down said creek S 43 W 18 poles S 28 W 14 
poles S 55 W 30 poles S 5 W 36 poles to 2 elms on the west side of said creek
thence 
leaving said creek S 25 W 189 poles to the beginning...
John Snodgrass Jane Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 22 Aug 1816 in Washington Co., VA.
<purchased 18 Jan 1802, Deed Bk. 2, pg. 487>

21 Sep 1813 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 32: Washington County Virginia to wit agreeable to
an 
order of the County Court to us directed we have met at the house of John
Snodgrass 
Dec'd And after being Duly sworn before James Meek a justice of sed County for
that 
purpose have viewed and appraised all the personal estate of s'd Dec'd to us
produced 
by Administrators as witness our hands the 27th November 1812.
1 Table 75cts 1 chest drawers $15 1 corner cobort $10 $25.75
7 chairs $2 1 lot pots $6 1 set stilards $2.50 10.50
1 Big wheel $1.75 1 small do. $2.25 1 small do. $1.50 5.50
1 Real 75 cts 1 bed and furniture $25 1 do. $24 1 do. $20 69.75
1 Doe tray table $1.50 2 sifters $1 2 razors and case 75 cts. 3.25
1 lot Delf cobbart $7.25 1 lot Crockery ware 75 cts 8.00
1 lot Puter $2.75 1 lot tin ware $2.60 1 lot sarrer? condition $1.75 7.10
1 shot gun and horn 75 cts 1 set candle molds 25 cts 1.00
1 set knives and forks $1.75 1 tub half B 2 pets $1.25 3.00
1 churn and bucket $1.15 1 lot of old books $1.30 Do. $2.50 3.50
1 Holy Bible $4.00 2 pair cotten cards 75 cts 4.75
x00 lb. of feathers $3.34 1 box and old iron tools $1 4.34
1 looking glass $1.00 1 shovel & pr. tranels $1 2.00
2 old augers 50 cts 1 small trunk 6 cts 27 big spools old 75 cts 1.31
10 lb woolen yarn $5 1 pair shoe boots $4.50 9.50
1 womans sedle and B $3 1 mans sedle $9.12 12.12
3 bags & barrels $1.50 2 sets Bedsteds $2 2 pair horse geers $4.75 
1 chest $1.75 1 corner cubbert $7 2 bee hives $2.50 19.50
2 old drewen knives old irons 2 wedges & auger $1.75 1.75
1 old syth and credel $1.50 1 pare Iron fetters 75 cts 2.25
1 lock chene 75 cts 6 old sickles $1.75 2.50
1 frow 11 lb iron $1.50 hoes matexs & axes $4.75 6.25
1 pr. double trees $1.50 3 bags $2 2 old barrels 75 cts 4.25
2 old sows and 12 pigs $6 1 old plow $1.50 7.50
3 1/2 B Rye $1.46 5 1/2 B Oats $1.38 1 sorrel mare $40 42.84
1 yearlen colt $15 1 two do. Iron gray $30 45.00
1 3 do. do. $67.50 <= 1 three-year-old colt> 
4 sheep $4 6 geese $2 73.50 
4 stacks Blads? $4 1 plow $2.50 1 red cow and bell 
$10.50 1 red cow white face $11 28.00
1 black cow wet? sd? $9 1 brown cow white face $9 18.00
1 two year old hefer read $2.50 2.50
1 cutting knife & box 50 cts 1 dung fork & pick do. 50 cts 1.00
1 shovel plough $1.25 90 bushels of oats at 25 cts per
buchel $22.50 23.75
William Snodgrass jun'r deted 6.16
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458.57

Joseph Snodgrass John Jameson
Edward Hutten James Beatie
Adm'rs John McCall
Jonathan Leech
At a court held for Washington County the 21st day of September 1813.
This Inventory and appraisement of the estate of John Snodgrass Dec'd was
returned to Court and ordered to be recorded.

6 Jan 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pp. 79-80: I David Snodgrass of Washington County
and Commonwealth of Virginia do hereby make my last Will and testament in
manner and form following (That is to say) (after all my lawfull debts and
funeral charges are paid).
First I give and bequeath to my wife Margaret Snodgrass one full third
part of my real Estate including my negro girl names Lyle during her natural
life--also the choice of one of my stock of horses her saddle &c. likewise two
of the best of my Milch cows together with one full third part of all my
household furniture to be for her own use and at her decease to dispose of
as she may think most proper.
Second I give and bequeath to my sons Joseph and Benjamin all my lands
and tenements I now possess to be divided as follows to wit To my son Joseph 
I give all my lands on the west side of the creek joining the lines of James
Reed and others to be enjoyed by him his heirs forever all my land on the East
side of s'd creek including both sides of the river I give to my son Benjamin
to be enjoy'd by him his heirs &c forever. Also at his mothers decease he
shall have my above mentioned negro girl named Lyle to be enjoy'd by him
his heirs forever also all my stocks of horses my stock of cattle Except such
as shall be particularly specify'd also all my farming utensials and implements
of Husbandry.
3rd I give to my two daughters Mary Wills and Jean Coffield Each I give
one Milch Cows next choice after their Mother out of my stock of cattle.
Also my will is my son Robert stands indebted to me the sum of seventeen
dollars and fifty cents that he be exhonerated from the payment of the same
on his paying six dollars to my son John. 
4th to each of my children Martha, William, James, & Catherine, David &
Margaret I give and bequeath to Each five shillings And further my will is that
as my two sons Joseph and Benjamin enjoy the whole of my lands that each
shall be equal shares in the use of the barn until such times as they may see
proper to make other arrangements. 
Lastly all the rest of my estates both real & personal of whatsoever kind
it may be not herein particularly disposed of I give and bequeath to my son
Benjamin to him and his heirs forever. Also I do hereby constitute and appoint 
my son James as my Executor to this my last will and testament hereby revoking 
all other or former wills and testaments heretofore made. In witness whereof 
I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this sixth day of January in the 
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen.
David Snodgrass
witnesses: Wm. Snodgrass & Moses Hutton.
Proved in court 18 Oct 1814 & recorded.
James Snodgrass appointed executor, 
with William Snodgrass & Robert Edmondson his securities.
<see below, 18 Oct 1814, where Margaret Snodgrass rejects the provisions made
for her in this will.>

1 Jun 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pp. 212-3: In the Name of God Amen I James Reed
of Washington County Virginia Being Ill of Body but of sound and disposing
mind do make this as followeth my last Will and Testament. To my son James 
I give and bequeath my tract of land to him and his heirs forever containing two
hundred twenty four and one half acres and the remainder of my personal
property after paying the following legacies to him also I give one negro boy
named Lewis to my daughter Jennet I give and bequeath two hundred pounds
part of it to be paid by a bond of seventy two pounds and the interest thereon
which my son james took of Samuel Hathorn for my use and benefit the remainder
to be paid out of my personal property and also one mare called Lark & her
colt and one bed & furniture and one Duro & the furniture of my Cupboard. 
To my Daughter Margery now Margery Longwell I give one horse creature to the
value of Thirty pounds.
To my son John Reed and my Daughters Margaret Ryburn and Elizabeth
Snodgrass I give and bequeath two Dollars each. And I do by these presents
appoint my son James Reed and my Daughter Jennet Executor & Executrix of
this my Last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and seal this first of June 1814.
James Reed
witnesses: Matthew Buchanan & John Graham.
Proved in court: 18 Feb 1817; James Reed appointed executor with John Reed &
David Snodgrass his securities.
For certificate of probate by Jane Reed see minute book of 1817 page 85.

19 Sep 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 81: I Margaret Snodgrass of Washington County
and state of Virginia relict of David Snodgrass deceased, being dissatisfied
with the provision made for me by the Will of David Snodgrass my late husband
deceased, do hereby renounce the same and every part thereof and claim such
part of the real and personal estate of the said David deceased as by the laws
and statutes of this Commonwealth I am intitled to receive.
Witness my hand and seal this 19th day of September 1814.
Margaret Snodgrass
witnesses: Moses Hutton & Joseph Snodgrass.
Proved in court 18 Oct 1814 & recorded.

1 Nov 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 228: David Snodgrass, settlement by executor
James Snodgrass; paid to Henry Jones, Benjamin Glenn, James Orr, D. Campbell,
William Tate, William Poston, Edward Campbell, and W. Snodgrass, Joseph
Snodgrass, 
David Snodgrass, and Benjamin Snodgrass. Receipts from David Glenn and Robert
Snodgrass.
witnesses: James Orr, Samuel Moore, George Whiteberry.

20 Dec 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 101: Appraisal of the estate of David Snodgrass.

20 Dec 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 105: Margaret Snodgrass, David's widow,
relinquishes her dower and is granted food and yearly stipend as requested. 
witnesses: James Orr, William Byars, John Stewart.

29 Dec 1814 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 188: Estate of William Redshaw appraised by
Joseph Redshaw, James Snodgrass, et al.

=================
[vss - why is this HERE? Perhaps it belongs at 17 Oct 1792
Washington Co entry]
Ordered, that... John Larrimer & Michael Widner, privates in Captain 
James Snodgrass' company ... be excused for failing to repair to their respective 
places of Rendezvous, when ordered upon a call from the Governor.
=====

MILITARY RECORDS:
The Militia of Washington Co., VA: Officers, 1777-1835; militia men,
1798-1835 (by ?) yes

PROBATE RECORDS:
Washington Co., VA, bond Books, 1777-1872 - yes
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23 Sep 1786 -- Fee Book: John Steel and John Snodgrass
Writ against Wilson, Tunny and Herkleroad @10 . . . . . . $.40
docketing 5 Bail returned @10 declaration 10 . . . . . . . .25
Common order 15 Copy 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Issue 10 order 15 Joinder 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Continuation 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Entering Apperance of deft 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .05
tryel 40 Judgement 10 Copy 10 order 15 . . . . . . . . . .75
taxing costs 11 copy 11 execution & ret'n . . . . . . . . . .55
Henkleroads costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
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3.85

18 Jan 1787 -- Fee Book: David Snodgrass
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24 Mar 1796 -- Will Book 2, page 92: An Inventory and Appraisment of the
estate of John Snodgrass deseased taken the 24th of March 1796
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1803 -- Joseph Snodgrass is in Capt. Edmiston's Co., 1st Battalion, 70th Regiment. 
1812 -- Joseph Snodgrass & Hugh Snodgrass served in the 70th Regiment. 
1814 --Benjamin Snodgrass served in the 70th Regiment. 
 

7 Mar 1815 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 45: Mitchel Robinson & Rachel his wife to
James <or Joseph?> Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA... $233.33 ...parcel of
land containing by survey 80 acres ...made up of 2 tracts one of 50 acres conveyed
to said Mitchel Robinson from John Robinson & one of 30 acres conveyed by
David Robinson to said Mitchel Robinson lying & being in Washington Co., VA,
on the waters of the Middle fork of Holston River & bounded as followeth to
wit, Beginning at 2 white oaks and a maple thence N 42 W 82 poles to a maple &
whiteoak on a line of Samuel Edmistons land thence near a line thereof S 55 W
29 poles to a gum & 2 whiteoaks on the side of a ridge thence S 5 E 70 poles
to a white oak and beech on a branch thence S 46 W 110 poles to a whiteoak
corner to Samuel Edmistons land thence S 29 W 3 poles to a whiteoak & dogwood
thence S 73 E 106 poles to a stake in a line of Joseph Redshaws land thence
N 86 E 14 poles to 2 beeches on a line of John Edmistons land thence N 69 E 114
poles to a stake on a line of John Edmistons land thence N 74 W 72 poles to
the beginning...
Mitchel Robinson
Signature acknowledged 9 Mar 1815 & recorded.
<apparently Rachel Robinson did not sign>
<sold 20 Feb 1817, Deed Bk. 6, pg. 352>

22 Nov 1815 -- Guardian Bonds: William Snodgrass guardian of Samuel Eakin,
son of Samuel Eakin; Andrew Eakin security.

22 Aug 1816 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 272: John Snodgrass & Jane his wife of the
state of Tennessee to William Byars & Pleasant Smith of Washington Co.,
VA...$500...parcel of land containing 83 3/4 acres lying & being in Washington
Co. on the north side of the middle fork of Holstein and on a branch of the
same known by the name of the little Holstein and joining the lands of
Moses Huttons and others say Joseph Snodgrass Steel's Donavans and said 
William Byars and beginning at 2 white oaks & hiccory corner to Matthew
Donavan's land thence S 19 W 40 poles to 3 white oaks near David Snodgrass 
road thence S 42 E 30 poles to a whiteoak S 4 W 50 poles to a white oak S 70 
W 44 poles to 2 white oaks and hiccory on David Snodgrass's line and with the 
same N 80 W 90 poles to 2 hiccories David Snodgrass's corner N 33 W 60 poles 
crossing little Holstein to 3 white oaks N 72 # 176 poles to the beginning...
John Snodgrass Jane Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 22 Aug 1816 in Washington Co., VA, & recorded.
<purchased 26 Dec 1803, Deed Bk. 4, pg. 175>

25 Aug 1816 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 206: Inventory of estate of Margaret Snodgrass
by William Snodgrass.

11 Oct 1816 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 324: Robert Snodgrass & Patsy his wife to
Moses Hutton, all of Washington Co., VA...$300...parcel of land containing 45
acres...lying on the north side of Little Holstein & includes the land contained in a 
conveyance formerly conveyed to the said Robert by deeds dated 14 Nov 1807
which being found in error it is necessary to convey the same at this time to rectify 
same to comply with the first contract its boundaries being as follows to wit 
Beginning at 2 elms on the west side of said creek running thence S 44 W 14 poles 
to white oak stump on Leonard Huttons line with the same N 16 W 107 poles to a 
white oak & poplar fell down N 80 E 96 poles to a white oak N 14 E 28 poles to 
3 white oaks on a bluff S 33 E 52 poles crossing the creek to a white oak corner 
to John Snodgrass's land sold to William Byars S 36 W 30 poles crossing the creek 
to a stake on the north bank of the same thence down the several courses of the 
creek in the middle of the same 180 poles to the beginning...
Robert Snodgrass Martha [Patsy] Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 30 Nov 1816 & recorded.
<see 14 Sep 1807, Deed Bk. 3, pg. 643>

15 Oct 1816 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 332: Joseph Snodgrass & Nancy his wife 
[vss - see 1804 Jos. m. Agnes Dickson]
to William Walker all of Washington Co., VA...$1824...tract of land containing
152 acres...given to the said Joseph Snodgrass by the last will & testament of
his father David Snodgrass lying in Washington Co. on the north side of the
middle fork of Holston River and is bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at
a bunch of white walnuts on the north bank of the river near a saltpetre cave
running thence S 39 W 60 poles with David Snodgrass's line to a double
whiteoak stump S 54 W 28 poles to a dogwood sproat S 27 W 142 poles to 2
whiteoak on a nole/nob leaving said Davids lines with a line of Steels N 42
W 140 poles to a double poplar on the west end of a sink hole N 39 E 201 poles
to the middle of the creek corner to Benjamin Snodgrass thence running down
the several courses of the middle of the same 110 poles to the mouth of the
said creek call'd Little Holstein thence down the North bank of the river to the
beginning...
Joseph Snodgrass Nancy Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 24 Dec 1816 & recorded.

17 Oct 1816 -- Jane Snodgrass m. Isaac Taylor, by John Jones, Jr. (pg. 466).

26 Dec 1816 -- Surveyor's Entry Bk. 1, pg. 471: Robert Snodgrass, assignee
of Robert Preston, warrants 50 acres south side Middle Fork and south side his
own land, beginning on a line of Robert's and running eastwardly along it and Farris' 
lines to Farris' most eastward corner, "and running thence for quantity".

31 Dec 1816 -- Samuel Snodgrass m. Jane Gray.

18 Feb 1817 -- (will of James Reed proved in court, see 1 Jun 1814)

20 Feb 1817 -- Deed Bk. 6, pg. 352: James Snodgrass & Mary his wife to
James Orr all of Washington Co., VA...$120.53 ...parcel of land lying in
Washington Co., VA on a branch of the middle fork of Holston River 
containing 80 acres by survey...which was conveyed by Mitchell Robinson & 
his wife to said Snodgrass by indenture... dated 7 Mar 1815...& bounded as 
follows to wit, Beginning at 2 white oaks and a maple thence N 42 W 82 poles 
to a maple & whiteoak on a line of Samuel Edmistons land thence near a line 
thereof S 55 W 29 poles to a gum & 2 white oaks on the side of a ridge 
thence S 5 E 70 poles to a white oak and beech on a branch thence 
S 46 W 110 poles to a whiteoak corner to Samuel Edmistons land thence 
S 29 W 3 poles to a whiteoak & dogwood thence S 73 E 106
poles to a stake in a line of Joseph Redshaws land thence N 86 E 14 poles
to 2 beeches on a line of John Edmistons land thence N 69 E 114 poles 
to a stake on a line of John Edmistons land thence N 74 W 72 poles to the 
beginning... in trust nevertheless that if the said James Snodgrass ... shall not 
pay ... unto William Snodgrass or his heirs the just & full sum of $120.53 
with interest thereon from this date ... within 2 years ... in that case it shall be 
lawful for the said James Orr...to sell the above described tract of land...
James Snodgrass Mary Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged 24 Feb 1817 & recorded.
<purchased 7 Mar 1815, Deed Bk. 6, pg. 45>

16 Feb 1818 -- Deed Bk. 7, pg. 400: Robert Hathorn & Susannah his wife to
William Snodgrass all of Washington Co., VA...$120...parcel of land...being in
Washington Co., VA, on the south side of the middle fork of Holstein River
containing 20 acres & bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at 2 beeches &
buckey on said Snodgrass' patent line & running with the same S 7 W 57 poles
to a black oak corner to John Evans land & with his line S 70 W 57 poles to a
lynn & black oak thence N 7 E 57 poles to a small spanish oak & hiccory
saplins thence N 70 E 57 poles to the beginning...
Robert Hathorn Susannah Hathorn
Acknowledged & recorded 18 Sep 1821. 

18 May 1818 -- James Snodgrass m. Abigail Delap [Dunlap ?], by E'w'd Crawford
(pg. 419).

15 Sep 1818 -- Guardian Bonds: Moses Hutton guardian of Joseph, Polly, John,
Moses, Eleanor, & Edward Snodgrass, children of John Snodgrass; 
James Hutton, William Snodgrass, & Joseph Snodgrass, securities.
[vss - the children of John Snodgrass, d. 1812, & Margaret Hutton]

15 Sep 1818 -- Will Bk. 4, pg. 267: Accounting of estate of John Snodgrass by
executors Joseph Snodgrass & Edward Hutton. Debts to David Snodgrass, Mary
Snodgrass, Joseph Snodgrass, & Margaret Snodgrass.

10 Dec 1818 -- Polly Snodgrass m. Jacob Lyon, by Steven Bovill (pg. 272)
<or m. 29 Nov 1818>

1819 -- Minute Bk. 2, pp. 2, 76, 138, 225, 237, & 288: William Snodgrass,
Commissioner of Revenue.

1819 -- Minute Bk. 2, pg. 58: Settlement of estate of Margaret Snodgrass.

1819 -- Minute Bk. 2, pg. 86: William Snodgrass, School Commissioner.

1819 -- Minute Bk. 2, pg. 101: Robert Snodgrass assn. vs. Edmond Henry.

1819 -- Minute Bk. 2, pp. 127 & 158: John Crawford vs. John Snodgrass.

28 Jan 1819 -- Abraham H. Snodgrass m. Ann Eakin, by Stephen Bovell (pg. 419). 

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1820 Washington Co VA Census

pg. 983:
Jas. Snodgrass = 1 m 10-16, 1 m 45+, 1 f 0-10, 3 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.
Benj. Snodgrass = 1 m 26-45, 1 f 16-26; slaves: 1 m 0-14, 1 f 14-25.
pg. 985:
John Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 2 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
Wm. Snodgrass, Snr. = 2 m 10-16, 1 m 16-18, 2 m 16-26, 2 m 26-45, 1 m 45+, 
2 f 16-26, 1 f 45+; slaves: 1 f 14-26, 2 free negro females.
"Do. Jnr." <Do. = ditto, i.e. Wm.> Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 26-45.
[William Snodgrass, Jr.]
David Snodgrass, Snr. = 1 m 45+, 1 f 45+; slaves: 1 f 0-14, 1 f 14-25.
[David (d. 1828, at age 58) & Elizabeth]
Robt. Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-45; 
slaves: 1 m 26-45.
[Robert m. Martha Graham]
pg. 987:
David Snodgrass, Jnr.= 2 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 3 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
James Snodgrass, Snr. = 2 m 10-16, 1 m 18-26, 1 m 45+, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 45+; 
slaves: 2 m 0-14, 1 m 14-25, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 14-26, 1 f 26-44, 2 f 45+.
Joseph Snodgrass Sr. <indexed as Jr.> = 1 m 10-16, 2 m 18-26, 1 m 45+,
1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 45+; 
slaves: 1 f 14-26.
Abram Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 18-26, 1 f 16-26.
[Abraham H. m. 1819 Ann Eakin]
Peggy Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 2 m 10-16, 1 m 18-26, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-45.
[vss - Margaret Hutton Snodgrass, w/o John (d. 1812), and ch. Joseph, Polly (Mary), 
John, Moses, Eleanor, & Edward]
-------------------------------- 

1820 -- Minute Bk. 2, pp. 147, 282, & 341: John Snodgrass, constable.

1820 -- Minute Bk. 2, pp. 253 & 312: William Snodgrass vs. John Eakin.

1820 -- Minute Bk. 2, pp. 253, 317, 348, & 324: Joseph Snodgrass vs.
William Walker & Francis Preston.

23 Dec 1820 -- Elmora Snodgrass m. Arthur Hutton, by Alexander McEwan (pg. 197).
[Eleanor Snodgrass d/o Joseph & Ann]

1821 -- Minute Bk. 2, pg. 281: Joseph Snodgrass guardian of Eleanor Hutton.

1821 -- Minute Bk. 2, pg. 303: Jno. Galliher exr. vs. Robert Snodgrass.

1821 -- Minute Bk. 2, pg. 342: Commonwealth vs. Thomas Snodgrass.

16 Jan 1821 -- Guardian Bonds: Joseph Snodgrass Jr., guardian of Eleanor Hutton, 
dau. of James Hutton; Joseph Snodgrass Sr. & Edward Hutton, securities.

20 Jan 1821 -- Joseph Snodgrass m. Eleanor Hutton, by Alexander McEwan (pg. 420) 
<or 1820>
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Court Minute books missing from 1821-1837.
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12 Sep 1822 -- Mary Snodgrass m. John Eakin (pg. 132).
[Mary d/o Joseph & Ann]

19 Nov 1822 -- Deed Bk. 8, pg. 24: Joseph Snodgrass to Joseph Meek sen'r,
both of Washington Co., Va...$170...all that part of the undivided lands of
which John Snodgrass died seized and to which the said Joseph Snodgrass is
entitled to as one of the legal heirs of the John Snodgrass dec'd who died
intestate which undivided part is estimated to be one sixth part of a tract of
land lying and being in Washington adjoining the lands of Joseph Snodgrass
and the said Joseph Meek sen'r containing 190 acres...including the plantation
whereon the said John Snodgrass died ...
Joseph Snodgrass
Acknowledged & recorded 19 Nov 1822. 

1823 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 185: Will of Joseph Redshaw, Sr., names wife Margaret, 
son Joseph (and his daughters Peggy & Frances), daughter Sarah Crow,
Elizabeth Snodgrass "daughter to James Snodgrass, Sen.," and Polly Snodgrass
"wife to James Sr. above named." 
Joseph, Sally Crow and above named are heirs to the surplus estate money. 
Witnesses: William Snodgrass, Sr., James Snodgrass, and David Snodgrass. 
Will written 1823. 
At time of probate, 20 Oct 1829, witness James Snodgrass is dead, 
William Snodgrass is local, and David Snodgrass is resident in White Co., TN.
[vss - this is an abstract & comment on a will .... see another Dec 1823 below;
does anyone HAVE this will of Joseph Redshaw?]

21 Jan 1823 -- Guardian Bonds: Arthur Hutton, guardian of Rachel Hutton &
Sally Hutton, daughters of James Hutton; Joseph Snodgrass, security.

6 Mar 1823 -- Sally Snodgrass m. Jacob Minton, by John Jones junr. (pg. 314).

6 Jul 1823 -- Abraham H. Snodgrass m. Rachel Dickson, by Alex McEwen (pg. 421).

15 Nov 1823 -- Deed Bk. 8, pg. 215: Robert Snodgrass & Martha his wife to
Davis Alderson, all of Washington Co., VA...sum of ____ current money...parcel
of land lying and being in the county of Washington on both sides of the
middle fork of Holstein river being a part of a trust of 400 acres of land
granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia to Joshua McCormack late of said
county deceased a part of which said Snodgrass bought of said McCarmack and
a part of Joshua Burk who held under said McCormack as will more fully appear
reference being had to the deeds of conveyance which are recorded in the
Clerk's office of the county court of Washington and bounded as followeth
to wit Beginning at a forked white oak on the north bank of the river a corner
to James Orr's land and with his lines N 32 E 64 poles to a stake in the edge
of his field N 3 W 185 poles to 2 black oaks a corner to said Orr thence leaving
his lines S 87 W 58 poles to a large black walnut a corner to Abednego Wedding
and Robert White's land thence with White's line S 57 W 180 poles to 3 poplars
on the top of a ridge a corner to Briants land and with his lines S 58 W 10
poles to a hiccory S 22 W 104 poles to a hiccory & white oak S 2 E 15 poles
to 2 black oak and white oak burned stump on the point of a stony hill between
a parcel chesnut saplings and near a large black oak line tree a corner to
Jonathan Smith thence with his line S 42 E 142 poles to a walnut and hiccory
on the north bank of the river a corner to said Smith and James Gray thence
crossing the river N 76 E 169 poles to 2 lynns on the side of a knob corner to
James Orr thence N 45 W 46 poles to the beginning...
Robert Snodgrass Martha (her mark) Snodgrass
Acknowledged & recorded 25 Nov 1823. 
<purchased 1 Jul 1802, Deed Bk. 3, pg. 71, & 15 Oct 1811, Deed Bk. 4, pg. 422>

17 Dec 1823 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 185: Will of Joseph Redshaw Sr., names wife
Margaret and children Sarah Crow, Joseph Redshaw, Polly Snodgrass whose
husband is James and daughter Elizabeth. Joseph's granddaughters Peggy &
Frances Redshaw get items. <By reading of will, 20 Oct 1829, witness James
Snodgrass is dead, William Snodgrass is local, and David Snodgrass resides
in White Co., TN.>

9 Aug 1824 -- Betsy D. Snodgrass m. James Walker, by Alex McEwen.
[Elizabeth D. d/o James Snodgrass - d. 1828, & Ann]

3 Oct 1824 -- Thomas Snodgrass m. Phoebe Hope, by Alex McEwen (pg. 421).
[s/o Wm. Snodgrass - d. 1830, & Sarah]

20 Sep 1826 -- Deed Bk. 9, pg. 236: Samuel Moor & William Evans, Executors
of the last will & testament of John Evans Sen'r dec'd, to Thomas Snodgrass ... did
sell the land aforesaid at public auction... $509...within the following meets
and bounds viz Beginning at a walnut N 66 1/2 W 70 poles 10 links to a stake &
stump on a line between Samuel Preston & said Evan's survey thence with said
line N 6 W 40 poles to a Spanish oak and lynn S 80 W 68 poles to a hiccory &
white oak N 61 1/2 W 128 poles to a poplar on the south side of the middle
fork of Holston river N 22 W 70 poles to a bar of rocks in the bend of the
river S 60 E 54 poles to a stake on the top of a ridge near a sugar camp N 9 
W 70 poles to a bend in said river below a bar of rocks N 70 E 70 to two
wormwoods on the river bank S 42 E 98 poles to a white oak at the mouth of
a lane S 61 E 59 poles to a double ash in the said lane S 30 W 87 poles to the
beginning... Samuel Moore
Acknowledged & recorded 19 Sep 1826. William Evans

11 Dec 1826 -- William Snodgrass m. Patsy Buchanan, by A. McEwen (pg. 421).
[vss - Wm. s/o Joseph & Ann Hutton; m1. Martha Buchanan, moved to Owen Co IN, 
she died there; Wm. m2. Sarah Halbert, Owen Co IN]

16 Aug 1827 -- Abraham Snodgrass m. Nancy Montgomery, by A. McEwen (pg. 421). 
[vss - they on 1850 Pulaski Co IN]

14 Sep 1827 -- Thomas L. Snodgrass m. Margaret B. Duff, by Alex McEwen (pg. 422).

15 Oct 1827 -- Will Bk. 6, pp. 18-20: I Joseph Snodgrass senior of Washington
County and Commonwealth of Virginia being far advanced through the period of
life allotted to man and being frail in body but of sound mind and disposing
memory, for which I thank God, and being desirous to dispose of such worldly
estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I do hereby make and ordain
this my last Will and Testament in the manner and form following (that is to
say) after all my lawful debts and funeral charges are paid, I give and
bequeath as follows, first I Give and bequeath to my wife one third of all my
estate both real and personal during her natural life and as far as relates to
her share of my personal estate I leave it to her discretion to divide it amongst 
my daughters as she may see proper at her decease and over and above
her third part my will is that she shall keep my negro woman Sarah and her
child if she sees proper to do so during her life. Should she become
dissatisfied to keep her, my Executors shall hire her to the best advantage
and the one third of the money arising from the hire of said negro to go to
the benefit of my wife, the remaining two thirds to be equally divided amongst
my daughers, if she is continued in possession of my wife and she continues to
live with my son William they shall be entitled to the benefit of her labour
until the decease of my wife, and finally at her decease said negro and issue
shall be sold and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided amongst
my three daughters and should any of my three daughters wish to purchase her
they shall be allowed two years to make payment provided they are willing to
give a price for her as much as can be got from another, if she is sold to a
stranger my executors shall make the terms of sale as they shall see proper
and divide the money as above mentioned. 
2nd My Will is that my two sons John and Joseph shall have the tract of
land they now live on, to be equally divided between them having regard to
quality and quantity leaving it to them to make such division as may suit
best, in case they disagree in said division they shall refer same to three or
more disinterested men to make such division whose judgement shall be final,
and each shall be entitled to the moiety assigned him henceforth and forever,
in case each of them pay one hundred & fifty dollars in property at a fair
marked price which may be discharged in horses, cattle or grain of any kind,
which payment shall be made in two years after my decease the one half, or
150 dollars worth to my son David Snodgrass or his heirs, the remaining 150 to
be equally divided amongst my three daughters.
3d My Will is that my son Abram shall have the east end of the tract of
land I live on including my three lower fields the fence dividing the three
lower fields from the upper part to conduct the division line across the place
until it intersects with the line of the place devised to John and Joseph
which tract or parcel of land shall be his henceforth and enjoyed by him and
his heirs forever. The remaining part of my land I give and bequeath to my
son William, likewise my waggon and harness, my farming utensils and
implements of husbandry which shall remain his henceforth and be enjoyed by
him and his heirs forever. And further my will is that all my estate not
herein particularly specified (consist in what it may) including my livestock
of all kinds shall be appraised and sold and the money arising from the sale
of whatever may remain (after making a sufficient allowance of provision
for the support of my family during 12 months) likewise all cash that may become
due on bonds in my possession shall be equally divided amongst my three daughters, 
to wit, Jenny Orr, Polly Eakin and Eleanor Hutton.
And Lastly I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my son John Snodgrass
and my son in law John Eakin Executors to this my last Will & Testament hereby
revoking and making void all others. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed 
my name and affixed my seal this 15th day of October in the year of our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.
Joseph Snodgrass
witnesses: William Snodgrass, James Meek, John Jamison.
Proved in court 18 Mar 1828; John Snodgrass & John Eakin appointed executors
with William McPhabridge, James Orr, & Arthur Hutton their securities.
<from later court case, we know his wife was Ann>

5 Jan 1828 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 18: I David Snodgrass of Washington County and
state of Virginia being weak in body and calling to mind the mortality of the
same, but of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and publish this
my last Will and Testament in manner and form followint, to wit, first I direct
that after my decease my body be decently buried at the discretion of my
executor herein after named, and out of my personal estate, all my just debts
and funeral charges be paid, secondly I bequeath to my wife Elizabeth my
negro woman Bess my negro girl Mas and Ann a child of two years old, one horse,
all my stock of cattle, eight sheep, fourteen hogs all my farming utensils all my
household and kitchen furniture to the whole and sole use of her forever. 
I also will and direct that my wife enjoy the use of my plantation to be under
her control and at her own disposal during her life, and after her decease I
will and direrct that David S Hathorn and his heirs enjoy my plantation
forever. I bequeath to Eliza Hathorn my negro girl Gin to be received by her
immediately after my decease and to <be> enjoyed by her and her heirs forever
The remainder of my personal property not devised I direct that it be sold at
such credit as my executor may think best, and out of the money arising therefrom 
I direct that my executor pay to my nephew David Coffit 
[vss - Is David Coffield, s/o Jean Snodgrass & John Coffield who m. 1795 - would 
prove that David Snodgrass d. 1828 is s/o David d. 1814]
twenty five dollars, the remainder of the money arising from the said sale together 
with my cash on hand also all debts due to me I leave to my beloved wife to her use 
forever.
Lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my friend Samuel Hathorn executor 
of this my last Will and testament hereby revoking all former Wills or Testaments
by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affix 
my seal this 5th day of January 1828.
David (his mark) Snodgrass
witnesses: Jas. Orr & James Reid. 
Proved in court 18 Mar 1828; Samuel Hathorn granted administration with
James Orr and James Reid his securities.

29 Jan 1828 -- David Snodgrass, d. 29 Jan 1828, age 58 years, bur. Rock Spring Cem.

22 Mar 1828 -- Deed Bk. 9, pg. 632: Robert Snodgrass & Martha his wife of Monroe Co., TN,
to William Graham of Washington Co., VA... whereas John Graham sen'r late of the county of
Washington departed this life intestate seized of a tract of land situate in the said county of
Washington on the middle fork of Holston river containing 276 acres on which the said William
Graham at present resides and also died possessed of certain slaves and leaving the following
children his heirs and distributees, to wit, Catherine who intermarried with James Delap, James,
John, George, the said William, Samuel, Joshua, Sally who intermarried with John Campbell, 
Ann who intermarried with Samuel Edmondson and Martha who intermarried with the said Robt
Snodgrass each of whom being entitled to 1/10 part of the said tract of land and slaves now these
considerations ... $245 ... the undivided 1/10 part of the tract of land and slaves aforesaid, being
their whole interest in the said land and slaves...
[signed] Robert Snodgrass Martha Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged Mar 1828 in Monroe Co., TN.
Recorded in Washington Co., VA, 16 Sep 1828.

9 Jun 1828 -- Samuel Snodgrass m. Margaret Clark, by Dugald McIntyre (pg. 422).
[Samuel M. Snodgrass s/o James Snodgrass & Ann] 

12 Jun 1828 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 34: Will of <Major> James Snodgrass
I James Snodgrass Sr. of Washington County and State of Virginia being
weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory (for which I thank God)
and calling to mind the uncertainty of the life of man and being desirous to
dispose of such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with, I do
hereby make, publish and declare this to be my last Will & Testament in the
manner & form following; that is to say after all my lawful debts and funeral
charges are paid I give and bequeath as follows to wit:
First To my wife Ann during her life I give the one full third part of my
estate both real and personal that I possess in Washington County in the state
of Virginia, including the one third of all money on hands, all debts yet to
collect due by note or acct or otherwise also one third of all debts due me in
Washington or Carter County in the state of Tennessee my will is that she
shall have the one half of the nett proceeds of the plantation I now live on
which will include the profits arising from the labour of my two negro men
named Mark and Jacob which I direct shall be employed on said farm, as
heretofore during her life) yet if it should be the case that my negro Jacob
should prove stubborn or disobedient my Executors with the consent of my wife
may make sale of him to the best advantage and the money arising from the sale
to be disposed as hereafter directed as far as it relates to her third of my personal 
estate, my will is that my wife shall have the liberty to dispose of at her decease as 
she may think best and over and above her third part of my personal estate I give 
and bequeath to her my negro girl named Ann and finally to dispose of at her 
decease as she may think proper also the sole use of my negro Hannah during her 
natural life.
2d I give to my son James in Tennessee in addition to what he has already 
received, all my interest or share in a wool carding machine now in possession of 
William Jones in Washington County Tennessee who is proprietor of one half of the same.
3d I give to my son William in Tennessee the one half of a tract of land
in Carter County Tennessee containing 97 1/2 acres which I had heretofore
entered in the name of David & William Snodgrass joining lines with William &
Doran Vothers in addition to what he has already received.
4th I give to my daughter Elizabeth Walker of Tennessee my negro girl named 
Eleanor in addition to what she has already received to her & her heirs forever. 
5th I give to my son Thomas my one half share of five tracts of land on
the Laurel fork of Holstein in Carter County Tennessee to wit William Gentry
tract, two tracts known by the name of the Burnt Cabbins tracts, one called
the forge tract and one the tanyard tract likewise all my right or share in
the forge & tanyard (reserving the one half of the real profits of the tanyard
for my familys use to the end of the present year) I also give him all my
shares and interest in all ore banks of whatever description, my negro girl
named Phebe also two milch cows & calves out of my stock of cattle on the
Laurel fork, my two sorrel filleys & sorrel mare, all the stock of hogs and
household and kitchen furniture, farming utensils &c that he has in possession
on s'd Laurel fork, my new road waggon now at the smith shop, when finished
fit for use &c.
6th I give to my two sons Samuel M. and Joseph I give the tract of land
I possess in Washington County Va. also my share in two tracts of land on the
Laurel fork not devised called the Benj. Gentry tract and the Poindexter
tract, also my two negro men Jacob and Mark (or if Jacob is sold, the money
arising from the sale), my negro woman named Hannah at my wifes decease and
her child Peggy and all the issue or increase (if any) that she may yet have,
all my livestock of whatever kind including Horses, cattle, sheep & hogs, not
otherwise disposed of, two thirds of all the debts yet to collect, except a
debt due me from the estate of Sam'l Meek dec'd, all manufactured iron,
farming utensils of every description and finally my will is that my estate
not herein particularly specified and disposed of of whatever kind shall
descend to my two sons Samuel M. and Joseph jointly each holding an equal
share leaving it to them to make a division as may suit them hereafter.
7th My Will is that the money due me from the estate of Sam'l Meek
before mentioned after my wifes third part is deducted shall be equally
divided among my seven daughters and three sons David, William and 
James of Tennessee.
8th And last I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my two sons
Samuel M. Snodgrass and Joseph Snodgrass Executors to this my Last Will and
Testament hereby disannulling and revoking and making void all other former
wills and Testaments by me heretofore made, and as my estate is no way
involved, my humble request is that the court will not exact more security
(at most) more than the real value of the estate.
James Snodgrass
Signed sealed published and declared as and for the Last Will and Testament of
James Snodgrass sen'r this 12th day of June 1828 in presence of
Wm. Snodgrass sen'r 
D. R. Holt 
James D. Snodgrass [he is s/o Wm. Snodgrass - d. 1830, & Sarah]

At a Court held for Washington County the 15th day of July 1828.
The last Will and Testament of James Snodgrass sen'r deceased was exhibited in court 
and proved by the oath of David R. Holt and James D. Snodgrass two of the subscribing 
witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
And on the motion of Samuel M. Snodgrass and Joseph Snodgrass the executors
therein named who took the oath of an executor prescribed by law and entered
into and acknowledged their bond in the sum of three thousand two hundred
dollars with William Duff, John Clark, James Porterfield and Benjamin Snodgrass 
their securities conditioned as the law directs. A Certificate is therefore granted them for 
the probate of the said Will in due form.

3 Jul 1828 -- James Snodgrass, d. 3 Jul 1828, age 66y 9m 3d, bur. Rock Spring Cemetery 
<b. ca. 30 Sep 1761>

14 May 1829 -- Benjamin Snodgrass (b. 1781) m. Elizabeth Fleming, 
by G. M. Crawford (pg. 422)

20 Oct 1829 -- (Probate of will of Joseph Redshaw, Sr., dated 1823).

26 Feb 1830 -- Deed Bk. 12, pg. 82: William Snodgrass surviving executor of
the last will & Testament of Samuel Meek Dec'd of the one part & George W.
Hopkins of the other part <sells land owned by Samuel Meek at his death, as
per the will of Samuel Meek>...
Wm. Snodgrass
Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of 
David Campbell Samuel M. Snodgrass Robert Scott Sam'l Moore
Recorded 22 Dec 1834.

11 May 1830 -- Will Bk. 6, pp. 135-7: I William Snodgrass of Washington County and state of
Virginia being now advanced to that period of life in common allotted to man, and being weak in
body, but of sound mind and disposing memory (for which I thank God) and being desirous to
dispose of such worldly estate as it has pleased God to bless me with do hereby make, publish 
and declare this to be my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking and making void all others
heretofore by me made.
1st I direct that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid, and after such payment is made, 
I give to my wife, the one third of my real estate (or the one Third of the nett proceeds arising
therefrom) during her natural life. Also I give her the sole use, benefit, and control of my negro
boy Campbell, during her natural life, also, I give her her sorrel mare, saddle & bridle, my ball
horse, her case of drawers, cupboard with the one half of what it contains, the two thirds of all
my beds, bedsteds and furniture, the two thirds of my kitchen furniture, three milch cows, the one
half of my flock of sheep and one hundred dollars in cash, all of which, so far as relates to
personal estate, I leave at her disposal at her decease.
2ndly I direct that my son James D. shall have the priviledge of living on the piece of land
where he now lives, for the term of five years from my decease with the liberty of clearing on the
east and west sides of the field adjoining his house: but none on the south side, unless my
executors give liberty. This lease shall not be transferable to any other person whatever. Also 
my desire is that within one year after my decease, a horse of the value of fifty dollars, in trade, 
be paid to his [James D.'s] son John. And to his two sons Alexander and Francis, and to his
daughter Rebecca, each a young heifer not exceeding two years old, out of my stock of cattle. 
My son James D. shall also have the cordings and other fixing belonging to coverlid weaving
except the loom & reeds.
3dly My Will is that my daughter Rebecca shall have my dun horse with her saddle & bridle,
her bureau, spinning wheel, one third of all my beds, bedsteds and furniture, one half of my
cupboard and one third of my kitchen furniture, my coverlid loom and all tackling belonging to
plain weaving, three head of milch cattle, the one half of my flock of sheep, and sixty dollars in
cash, and she shall also have her living and pasture & keeping for her horse as long as she
remains in the family.
4thly My Will is that my three sons Joseph, Francis and Alexander, hold for them and their
heirs equal shares in what land I possess: which shall nevertheless be subject to the maintainance
and comfortable support of my son David, and which no conveyance shall disanull or make void,
neither shall any of my three sons sell or convey his interest in the land to any person during the
lifetime of my son David, unless they shall first give such security to my Executors as they shall
approve, for his comfortable maintenance, to the amount of the value of the part so conveyed. 
Excepting however that one sell to the other which they may do at any time they see proper. I
also give my three sons before named, equal shares in all my farming utensils, my still and still
vessels, tools of every kind including my new waggon, gears &c. also each of my four sons now
at home to have the horse he already claims, and Joseph and Francis to have the grey yearling colt
jointly between them. And to my son Alexander I give my negro boy named Campbell, at his
mothers decease, provided he pay within four years from the time the said negro boy becomes his 
property, the sum of two hundred dollars in the following manner, to wit, to my son William 
within one year after his mothers decease, sixty dollars in cash. And to my son Francis within
two years after the decease of his mother Forty dollars one half in cash and the other half in trade
or good property. And to Joseph Forty dollars one half in cash and the other half in good
property within three years. And the remaining sixty dollars to be paid within four [years] from
the period above mentioned, one half to my son Thomas and the other half to my daughter
Rebecca one half to each in cash and the other half in good property, provided however that if the
said negro boy should by accident, decease or infirmity become disabled, then, and in that case it
is my will that he Alexander shall be exonerated from the payments aforesaid: but he shall be
liable for his maintenance and support and shall also learn him to read. And it is also my desire
that if said negro boy should become disabled at any time within the four years above mentioned,
that any payment Alex'r may have made, may be refunded to him. And farther it is my will and
desire that if any of my four sons now at home should decease without lawful issue before any
sale or conveyance of his part of the land take place; that his share be equally divided among the 
remaining three, after giving to my son William one fifth part, and so on should more of them 
decease.
5thly I desire that whatever remains due of the principal of Wm. D. Jones' note to me, 
[vss - 1813 Ann L. Snodgrass m. Wm. D. Jones] be equally divided between my son William and
Wm. D. Jones, without interest on any part of it. Also I give to my son William my silver watch in
addition to other devises. 
6thly My Will is that my three sons Joseph, Francis and Alexander fulfil the requirements of
the Indenture of the negro girl and negro boy bound to me by the overseers of the poor.
7thly I give to my daughter Polly Stewart Twenty five dollars. [m. 1820]
8thly I desire that all debts to collect, or property not particularly specified, or whatever
remains undevised of my estate, shall be at the disposal of my wife excepting the horse devised to
my grandson John Snodgrass, which I require her to pay.
9thly All of my estate may be appraised, but no sale, except my executors with the consent of
my wife think best to sell part. And as my estate is in no way involved, I humbly pray the court to
require no more security than the nett amount of the estate. 
And lastly, I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my son Thomas and Samuel M.
Snodgrass executors of this my last Will and Testament making void all others by me heretofore
made, as before mentioned. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal
this 11th day of May in the year of our Lord 1830. 
William Snodgrass sen'r 
witnesses: Parker Smith, Benjamin Glenn, & Sam'l Moore.
Proved in court 20 Jul 1830. Samuel M. Snodgrass the surviving executor therein named
appeared in court & refused the executorship. And at a court held for said county the 
17th day of August 1830 It appearing to the court that the widow of Wm. Snodgrass dec'd 
[Sarah] hath relinquished her right to administration on his estate. On the motion of Samuel M.
Snodgrass & Benjamin Glenn who took the oath of an administrator with the Will annexed
prescribed by law and entered into and acknowledged their bond in the sum of Two thousand
dollars with Samuel Moore & Benjamin Snodgrass their securities conditioned as the law directs. 
A certificate is therefore granted them for the administration of the estate of William Snodgrass
Sen'r deceased with the Will annexed in due form.
<Very strange--Samuel M. Snodgrass refused to be the administrator, then became
one of the co-administrators.> [not so strange - Sam'l M. was already admin. of his father James
Snodgrass' estate - probably just wanted help]
[vss - William Snodgrass died between 11 May 1830 and 20 July 1830]

21 Aug 1830 -- Will Bk. 9, pp. 276-277:
Pursuant to an order of court dated the __ day of __ and to us directed we have this day
proceeded (after being first duly sworn for that purpose) to view and appraise the following
property belonging to the estate of William Snodgrass, deceased, shewn to us by the
administrators viz: 
a lot of castings $6.00 one pot tramel dog irons $4.25 $10.25
one set of wafle irons $.75 one dun horse $75.00 75.75
one dun filley two years old $40.00 one sorrell mare at $50.00 90.00
one grey colt at $16.00 one dun mare at three years old $55.00 71.00
one iron grey colt at $25.00 one mare and colt at $65.00 90.00
one dun mare and colt @$45.00 one bald horse @$55.00 100.00
one black cow @6.00 one cow @$7.50 one cow @4.50 18.00
one pided cow @$10.00 one cow @$8.00 one cow @$8.00 26.00
one cow @$8.50 one cow @$9.00 one cow @$7.00 24.50
one lot of young cattle @$20.00 one wagon @$74.00 94.00
part of an old wagon @$7.00 a lot of hogs @$34.00 41.00
one lot of kettles, two pot racks &c @$9.00 one tub & bail @$.75 9.75
six calves @$9.00 one cutting box @$1.25 10.25
two stills & tubs @$101.00 one apple mill @$4.00 105.00
two bar shear plows @$5.50 lot of old plows & double
trees @$2.00 log chain $1.50 a lot of old irons
4 hoes, 2 iron forks @$15.00 25.00
one harrow @$2.00 one loom &c @$8.00 one loom @$9.00 19.00
loom weights & cording $3.00 2 scythes & a cradle @$3.50 6.50
two flax hackles $2.50, three chains, three cans, one
cag & crocks @$3.00 two pairs of hind geers @$6.00 9.00 
one grind stone, 5 old vessels @$5.00 lot of geering @$10.00 15.00
lot of tools @$3.50 lot of riddles @$1.25 4.75
pair of steelyards @$1.50 lot of sickles $1.25 two barrels $1.50 4.25
two saddles & pair of martingales 10.00
oone saddle & martingale & bridle 24.00
one saddle @$13.00 one side saddle $10.00 23.00
two old saddles @$2.50 lot of plaes @$1.50 4.00
one gun @$9.00 5 bags @$1.25 one bee gum @$1.25 11.50
one steer @$8.50 one bed & furniture @32.50 41.00
one bed and furniture @$32.50 one bed & furniture $25.00 57.50
one bed & furnityre @$25.00 one bed & furniture $20.00 45.00
two pare of saddle bags $3.00 one chest @$.50 3.50
one bed & furniture $32.50 one bed & furniture $25.00
one bed & furniture @$30.00 87.50
one bureau @$10.00 one case of drawers @$12.00 22.00
one lot of books $14.00 lot of yarn @$8.00 22.00
tin box @$.50 candle stick & stand, snuffers $.75 1.25
piece of cloth @$5.00 2 looking glasses $1.00 6.00
13 chairs @$3.25 six windsor chairs @$6.00 9.25
one brush & shaving cup $.25 watch $15.00 15.25
cupboard @$7.50 cupboard & furniture $10.00 17.50
two tables @$5.50 one lantern @$.50 6.00
set of dog irons, tongs, hand irons @$2.50 2.50
five shovel $.50 two flax wheels & a reed @$3.75 4.25
Dust shovel @$.40 one black boy named Campbell @$200.00 200.40
34 geese @$5.66 35 lbs of wool @$7.0012.66
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$592.06
Given under our hands this 21st day of Augt 1830
Robert Hathorn, John Edmondson, Henry Horn, Samuel M. Snodgrass, Benjamin Glenn

Pg. 278: At a court held for Washington county the 22nd day of January 1844
[? probably took long time to untangle the estate because people kept dying!]
This inventory and appraisement of the estate of William Snodgrass deceased,
was returned to court and ordered to be recorded.
---------------------------

1830 Washington Co VA Census 

David Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 2 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 30-40, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 
2 f 10-15, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 30-40.
Benjamin Snodgrass = 1 m 40-50, 1 f 20-30; slaves: 1 m 10-23.
[Benjamin (b. 1781) m. 1829 Elizabeth Fleming]
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 1 f 20-30.
John Snodgrass = 1m 0-5, 1m 5-10, 1m 15-20, 1m 40-50, 1f 5-10, 1f 15-20, 1f 30-40.
William Snodgrass = 2 m 20-30, 1 m 60-70, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30, 1 f 60-70;
slaves: 2 m 0-10, 1 f 24-35.
Margaret Snodgrass = 1m 5-10 [William s/o Mary, abt 6], 
1m 15-20 [Edward abt 17, m. 1838 Mary Crow], 2m 20-30, 
1f 15-20 [Eleanor m. 1837 Isaac Hutton], 1f 20-30 [Mary abt 26y], 
1f 40-50 [Margaret Hutton m. 1800 John Snodgrass (d. 1812)].
John Snodgrass Jr. = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 20-30.
James Snodgrass Sr.? = 1 m 20-30, 1 m 60-70, 1 f 10-15, 2 f 15-20, 1 f 20-30, 1f 50-60.
Abraham Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 1 f 30-40.
Samuel Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30; slaves: 1 f 0-5.
[Samuel M. Snodgrass m. Margaret Clark]
Ann Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 60-70; 
slaves: 1m 24-35, 1m 36-54, 3 f 0-10, 1 f 24-35.
Sarah Snodgrass = 3m 20-30, 1m 30-40, [Joseph, Francis, Alexander, David]
1m 60-70 [? who], 1f 30-40 [Rebecca], 1f 60-70 [Sarah widow of Wm.];
slaves: 1m 0-10; 1 free negro male 0-10, 1 free negro male 10-24, 
1 free negro female 10-24.
Phoebe Snodgrass = 1 f 0-5 [Margaret], 1 f 20-30; slaves: 1 f 0-10. 
[vss - Phoebe Hope; widow of Thomas]
--------------------------

19 Oct 1830 -- Deed Bk. 10, pg. 432: William Snodgrass & Martha his wife to
William Hayter, all of Washington Co., VA...$700...parcel of land whereon they
now live with the exception of the widow's dower laid off to her by James Meek
& Others commissioners who is to have 1/3 during her life at her death the
said William is to have the whole tract...being in Washington Co., VA, on the
waters of the middle fork of Holsten River containing by late survey 146 acres ...
bounded as follows to wit Beginning on a chesnut and black oak saplins
corner to Moor Robinsons land N 50 W 178 poles to a black oak and 2 small
white oaks S 54 W 160 poles to a white oak and red oak by a spring S 30 W 46
poles to between 2 white oaks S 81 1/4 E 42? poles to a white oak and black
N 38 E 41/2 poles to a double chesnut N 83 E 28 poles to 2 white oaks S 79 1/2 
E 35 poles to a stake below a spring near the house N 55 E 6 1/2 poles to a
stump near a spring house S 57 E 21 poles to a large white oak N 86 E 100
poles to a fallen white oak, S 53 E 4 poles to a stake corner to Moor Robinson's 
and with a line of the same N 55 E 66 poles and 11 links to the first station...
signed sealed & delivered William (his mark) Snodgrass
Marthew <sic> (her mark) Snodgrass [Martha Snodgrass]
in the presence of: Lewis Smith Sam'l Moore
Acknowledged 19 Oct 1830 & recorded.

25 Oct 1830 -- Deed Bk. 10, pg. 376: A. H. Snodgrass & Nancy his wife sell 53
acres for $250 to Moore Robinson; land willed to A. H. Snodgrass by Abraham,
formerly Joseph's.
<we need this deed.>

15 Mar 1831 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 171: Inventory of estate of Thomas Snodgrass
by Joseph Snodgrass.
witnesses: Benjamin Glenn, Robert Hathorn, Parker Smith.
[vss - Thomas s/o William & Sarah, so probably this is his brother Joseph ...]

9 Jun 1831 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 229: Inventory of estate of Joseph Redshaw
by Samuel M Snodgrass and others.

5 Oct 1831 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. A, pg. 1: 
<part of this page was torn away--the missing portions being indicated by three dots>
John Eakin and Mary his wife formerly Mary Snodgrass
James Orr and Jane his wife formerly Jane Snodgrass
Arthur Hutton and Eleanor his wife formerly Eleanor Snodgrass
against Ann Snodgrass
On motion of the complainants, who filed their bill...oath thereto, and for reasons 
appearing to the court on th... of T. W. Overley & Jesse Meek an injunction is awarded ... 
to restrain the defendant Ann Snodgrass the devisee for life...slaves in the bill mentioned 
from selling or removing them...their increase from this Commonwealth without the 
consent... plaintiffs, until the further order of this court upon the... giving bond with good 
security to the deft. Ann in the penalty ...conditioned for the payment of all such costs and 
damages as...shall sustain in consequence of the granting this injunction...order in case the 
same shall hereafter be dissolved: And it appearing that the said slaves are now in the 
possession of Adam Fudge on hire where they are to remain by contract until the 19th
instant, when the said hire will expire, and it appearing from said affidavits, and 
being suggested that there is great danger that the said slaves will be removed 
out of the Commonwealth by said Ann immediately after the expiration of said hire, 
unless prevented by the interposition of this court; therefore it is further ordered that 
unless the deft. Ann shall on or before that... instant give bond and good security with 
the clerk of this court in the penalty of $1000 payable to the plaintiffs conditioned that
she will not remove or suffer the slaves & their increase to be removed out of the
Commonwalth without the consent of the plaintiffs until the further order...this court, 
that then the sheriff of this county do after the said 19th instant take the said slaves
into his possession, and hire them from week to week for the best price he can obtain. 
The plaintiffs John Eakin and Arthur Hutton have given the bond required in the above 
order, with Andrew Edmondson and Absolom Beattie their securities in the penalty 
of...condition as the law directs.

24 Oct 1831 -- Guardian Bonds: John Hope, guardian of Margaret Ann Snodgrass, 
dau. of Thomas Snodgrass; James W. Hope, security.

26 Nov 1831 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 13: Joseph Redshaw & Phebe his wife to Joseph
Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$147 current money... parcel of land
lying and being in Washington Co., VA, on the south side of the blue spring
road being a part of a tract of land belonging to the said Redshaw containing
26 3/4 acres... adjoining the lands of the said Snodgrass and John Edmondson
and bounded as followeth beginning at a poplar on the south side of a ridge
corner to the said Snodgrass John Edmondson & Henry Horn and with the said
Edmondson line N 30 1/4 E 61 poles to 2 white oaks thence leaving Edmondson's
line N 56 W 55 poles to a stake in the road opposite a marked white oak,
thence down the road S 52 1/2 W 25 1/2 poles to a stake in said road S 40 W 38
poles to a stake in said road and S 45 1/4 E 43 1/2 poles to the beginning...
Joseph Redshaw Phebe (her mark) Redshaw
Witness: Samuel Moore David Carson
Recorded 2 Dec 1831.

26 Nov 1831 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 15: Joseph Redshaw & Phebe his wife to
Joseph & Alexander Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$108.75 current
money...parcel of land lying...in Washington Co., VA, on the north side of the
dividing ridge between the south & middle fork of Holston river and on the
north side of the Blue Spring road being a part of Joseph Redshaws tract of
land containing 21 3/4 acres...and bounded as followeth to wit beginning at a
sugar tree said Redshaws old corner and running thence S 45 1/4 E 78 poles
to a stake in the grate road thence up the road N 40 E 38 poles to a stake in
the said road N 44 W 63 3/4 poles to white oak and walnut on side of a ridge 
N 10 1/4 W 35 1/2 poles to a white oak on Redshaws line and S 28 1/4 W 62 
poles to the beginning...
Joseph Redshaw Phebe (her mark) Redshaw
Recorded 2 Dec 1831.

19 Jan 1832 -- Rebecca Snodgrass m. Samuel Preston, by David R. Preston (pg. 361).
[vss - Rebecca d/o William Snodgrass & Sarah]

15 Sep 1832 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 146: John Snodgrass sen'r to John Clark, both
of Washington Co., VA...witnesseth that the said John Snodgrass sen'r being
indebted to Joseph Meek sen'r in the sum of $488 and being willing and
desirous that the same shall be secured... <mortgages the land to John Clark>
John Snodgrass sen'r
Acknowledged & recorded 24 Sep 1832. John Clark

22 Oct 1832 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 273: James Snodgrass owed $9 by estate of
William Redshaw Sr.; executor Joseph Redshaw Jr. for Joseph Redshaw Sr. (deceased).

23 Oct 1832 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 229: Samuel M. Snodgrass, Benjamin Glenn, &
William Buchanan appraised the estate of Joseph Redshaw Sr.

6 Dec 1832 -- Alexander Snodgrass m. Malinda Lenard [Malinda Leonard ?], 
by R. M. Shankland (pg. 423).

9 Feb 1833 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 292: Accounting of estate of David Snodgrass; mentions 
James D. Snodgrass, James Snodgrass, Samuel Snodgrass, Benjamin Snodgrass,
and Joseph Snodgrass.

26 Feb 1833 -- vol. 37, pg. 78: Pension application of Michael Fleenor.
W.7288. 26 Feb 1833. Washington Co., VA.
28 Jan 1833. Washington Co., VA. <deposition> Col. William Snodgrass
of Sullivan Co., TN, declares he resided in this county and in 1779 was called
out, having volunteered, as a militia soldier to perform a tour of duty against the 
Cherokee Indians. The detachment marched against the Chickamauga towns under 
Col. Evan Shelby. Capt. Aaron Lewis' company was in service four months, being 
the first at the rendezvous and the last getting home. Michael Fleenor was a soldier 
in that expedition. Michael Fleenor was in service from Washington County in the 
expedition to King's Mountain. Also in 1775 and 1776 Col. Arthur Campbell, 
County Lieutenant of Washington County, placed the whole militia in requisition to 
guard the forts against the incursions of the Indians. They were kept almost constantly 
in service during the summer seasons.

1 Mar 1833 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 271: Joseph Snodgrass s'r and Eleanor his wife
and John Snodgrass s'r and Anna his wife to Moore Robinson, all of Washington
Co., VA...$600...parcel of land containing 140 acres ...part of a tract of
land that belonged to Joseph Snodgrass s'r dec'd and willed by him to his two
sons Joseph Snodgrass and John Snodgrass lying...in Washington, Co, supposed
to be one mile and a half from Joseph Meek, a north east course adjoining the land 
of William Jameson, John Snodgrass, Major John Jamesan William Hiter [Hayter?] 
and an entry o' to belong to Arthur Hutton, Philip Givens deceased bounded as
followeth to wit Beginning in the patent line in or between a black oak and 2 white
oaks and running N 37 E 52 poles and 18 links to a stake in a lane and near the corner
of an orchard of John Snodgrass thence N 55 W 15 poles to a stake in a field N 6 W 13
poles to a poplar on the north side of a spring branch N 20 E 40 poles to a black oak at
the mouth of a lane N 75 W 42 poles to 2 hickories and blackoak, N 52 1/4 W 41 poles 
and 13 links to a large black oak N 21 1/4 W 44 poles to a poplar & small red oak N 36
W 56 poles to a stake in the patent line and with the same S 53 W 121 poles to a lost or
fallen white oak the same being a corner of Major John Jamisons land in a hollow thence 
S 56 E 179 poles to 3 whiteoak thence S 69 E 70 poles to the beginning...
Joseph Snodgrass Eleanor (her mark) Snodgrass
John Snodgrass Anny (her mark) Snodgrass
Recorded 24 Jun 1833. 

27 Mar 1833 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 299: Accounting of estate of Joseph Snodgrass; 
mentions James D. Snodgrass, Abraham H. Snodgrass, Abraham Snodgrass, Joseph
Snodgrass, William Snodgrass, and David Snodgrass Jr.

20 Sep 1833 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 344: John Snodgrass & Ann his wife of
Washington Co., VA, to John Stonemason / Stoneman of Wythe Co., VA...$575...
parcel of land containing 103 acres ...being in the countys of Washington and Smyth 
joining Moore Robinson & William Jameson and bounded as follows 
Beginning at a stake in a lane N 35/33? W 13 poles to a stake N 6 W 12/17? poles and 
18 links to a poplar by a branch N 20 3/4 E 40 poles and 14 links to a black ash 
N 75 W 42 poles to 2 hickorys and black oak N 36 1/4 W/E? 41 poles & 16 links to 
a large black oak N 71 1/4 W 43 poles & 17 links to a red oak and poplar 
N 36 W 36 poles to some ash sprouts in the corner of a field N 55/35? E 103 poles & 
8 links to a whiteoak S 89 1/2 E 34 poles & 23 links to 2 white oaks S 8 E 34 poles 
to a stake in the edge of a sinkhole S 76 E 42 poles to a hickory in a lane corner to 
Wm. Jamesons land due south 123 poles to a stake in an orchard S 35 W 29 poles to 
the first station...
John Snodgrass Ann (her mark) Snodgrass
Recorded 27 Sep 1833. 

11 Oct 1833 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, order Bk. a, pg. 30:
John Eakin & others against Ann Snodgrass & Adam Waterford against John Clark admr. of
Burke a free man of colour & Hanna Spriggs.
For reasons appearing to the court, it is ordered that these suits be continued till next term.

8 Nov 1833 -- Will Bk. 6, pg. 336: Margaret V. Frances Redshaw, wife of
William Redshaw deceased, pays John Snodgrass and wife Margaret a debt owed.
[vss - this may refer to John Snodgrass who has a wife Margaret on 
1850 Washington Co VA, then m2. in Lee Co VA 1854 widow Martha Wheeler]

7 Dec 1833 -- Deed Bk. 11, pg. 404: Joseph & Phebe Redshaw sell tract of
land adjacent to William Snodgrass to Benjamin & James S. Glenn.

24 Jan 1834 -- Guardian Bonds: William K. Blair named committee of William D.
Yearsley, son of David Yearsley and a person of insane mind. $8000 bond.
Sureties John Baker, John Preston, Samuel M. Snodgrass, & William Snodgrass.
<Nancy Snodgrass, dau. of Col. William Snodgrass m/1 David Yearsley, m/2 --- 
Meek.>

29 Nov 1834 -- Deed Bk. 13, pg. 55: Moses Snodgrass to [his brothers] John Snodgrass 
& Edward Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$170...all his claim and interest in a 
certain undivided tract or parcel of land lying...in Washington Co., VA, and on the
waters of the middle fork of Holston river ... 
<no land description or explanation of how he got the land>...
Moses Snodgrass
Recorded 1 Sep 1837. <see 23 Feb 1853, Deed Bk. 21, pg. 342>
[vss - land was inherited from their father John who d. 1812]

15 May 1834 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. A, pg. 40:
John Eakin & Mary his wife
James Orr and Jane his wife
Arthur Hutton & Eleanor his wife complainants
against
Anne Snodgrass defendant
On motion of the complainants and for reasons appearing to the court, it
is ordered that this suit be dismissed at the costs of the defendant,
according to the agreement of the parties.

19 Feb 1835 -- Moses Snodgrass m. Margaret Fudge, by Alex. McEwen (pg. 424).
[vss - see 1838 will of Joseph Redshaw ... his making Moses Snodgrass executor, 
AND having a dau. Margaret Snodgrass hints that this may be marriage of Moses 
to Margt. Redshaw]

8 Mar 1835 -- Phebe Snodgrass m.[m2] Benjamin Reed, by John Snead (pg. 388).
[vss - Phoebe Hope m1. Thomas Snodgrass]

8 Mar 1837 -- Eleanor Snodgrass m. Isaac Hutton, by Alexander McEwin (pg. 201).
[vss - Eleanor d/o John Snodgrass & Margaret Hutton]

3 Jun 1837 -- Deed Bk. 13, pg. 57: Isaac Hutton & Elenor his wife to [her brothers]
John Snodgrass & Edward Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$300 ...a certain
undivided tract of land lying & being in Washington Co., VA, on the waters
of the middle fork of Holston river... 
<no land description or explanation of how they got the land>...
Isaac Hutton Elenor (her mark) Hutton
Recorded 1 Sep 1837. 
[the land was inheritance from their father, John Snodgrass who d. 1812]
---------------------------------------------

24 Jul 1837 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 44: Samuel M. Snodgrass, constable.

6 Oct 1837 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 84: Samuel M. Snodgrass, recognizance.

23 Oct 1837 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 90: Samuel M. Snodgrass, acct. certified.

29 Jan 1838 -- Edward Snodgrass m. Polly S. Crow, by Alex. McEwen (pg. 424).
[vss - Mary Snodgrass named in mother Sarah Crow's will 1851]

14 Jun 1838 -- Ann I. Snodgrass m. William Debusk (pg. 112).
[vss - where did this come from? William Debusk as 22 on 1850 Washington Co & wife
Ann as 24 .... see m. 14 Jun 1847]

26 Mar 1838 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 130: Andrew Edmondson vs. John Snodgrass.

27 Aug 1838 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 203: Moses Snodgrass, exr. Joseph Redshaw.

27 Aug 1838 -- Will Bk. 8, pg. 41: Account of Joseph Redshaw's estate, made
by administrator Moses Snodgrass.

27 Aug 1838 -- Will Bk. 8, pg. 9: Will of Joseph Redshaw names wife Phebe,
son Philip, daughter Mary Ann Redshaw, daughter Margaret Snodgrass. 
Executor: Moses Snodgrass; bond: Joseph Snodgrass.

29 Aug 1838 -- Minute Bk. 3, pp. 208, 258, & 302: James Snodgrass vs. Jnsh. Caldwell etc.

28 Sep 1838 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 227: Edward Snodgrass, account certified.

28 Jan 1839 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. 288: Alexander Snodgrass oversees road.

26 Feb 1839 -- Minute Bk. 3, pg. ??: James Snodgrass won more money;
defendants didn't appear in court. 

24 Feb 1840 -- Minute Book 4, page 162: John Snodgrass vs. Samuel Grant & Isaac C. Grant.

25 May 1840 -- Minute Book 4, page 205: Marg. A. Snodgrass, guardian of.

25 May 1840 -- Guardian Bonds: Benjamin Reid [Benjamin Reed, m. Phoebe Hope
Snodgrass 1835], guardian of Margaret Ann Snodgrass, dau. of Thomas Snodgrass; 
Archibald Orr security.

28 May 1840 -- Joseph Snodgrass married Nancy Crow, by Alex. McEwen (pg. 424).

23 Jun 1840 -- Minute Book 4, page 224: Moses Snodgrass vs. Alexr. McEwen.

24 Aug 1840 -- Will Book 8, page 174: Moses Snodgrass is executor of Joseph Redshaw; paid
Samuel M. Snodgrass & Moses Snodgrass.

27 Aug 1840 -- Minute Book 4, pp. 262 & 306: Moses Snodgrass vs. Samuel McGinnes.

19 Sep 1840 -- Deed Book 19, page 243: John P. Clark to Francis K. Snodgrass,
both of Washington Co., VA...$600...parcel of land in Washington Co., VA,
containing 71 acres...and bounded as followeth to wit Beginning at a black oak
hickory and dogwood thence with the old line N 54 E 60 poles to a white oak
and walnut S 52 E 52 poles to a poplar and walnut S 32 E 61 poles crossing a
branch to a poplar sapling N 86 E 58 poles to 2 chesnuts S 67 W 65 poles to a
fallen chesnut S 65 W 90 poles to a double black oak, then for a division line
between said Snodgrass and Martin H. Morell N 19 W 116 poles crossing said
branch to the beginning... [signed] John P. Clark
Recorded 19 Sep 1849 
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1840 Washington Co VA Census

page 243:
James M. Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 20-30.
David Snodgrass Sen. = 1 m 15-20, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 40-50, 
1 f 10-15, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 40-50; slaves: 1 f 0-10.
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 m 15-20.
Edward Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 m 70-80, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
John Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 20-30.
Margaret Snodgrass = 1 m 15-20, 1 f 30-40, 1 f 60-70.
Benjamin Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 50-60, 1 f 30-40; 
slaves: 1 m 0-10, 1 m 10-24, 1 f 10-24, 1 f 24-36.
[Benjamin (b. 1781) m. 1829 Elizabeth Fleming]
page 245:
Alexander Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 20-30, 1 f 60-70; 
slaves: 1 m 0-10, 1 m 10-23.
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 3 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 20-30; 
slaves: 1 f 10-24.
Saml. Snodgrass of Wm. = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40, 1 f 70-80; 
slaves: 4 f 0-10, 1 f 10-24, 1 f 36-54.
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 30-40, 1 m 40-50, 1 f 20-30, 1 f 70-80, ("of Wm."); 
free colored: 2 m 0-10, 3 f 0-10, 1 f 24-36.
Moses Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
James D. Snodgrass = 2 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 40-50, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 40-50.

page 246:
William Snodgrass = 1 m 30-40, 2 f 20-30, 2 f 30-40, 1 f 60-70.

page 249:
Francis K. Snodgrass = 1 m 30-40.
[age abt 31/32; s/o William d. 1830 & Sarah]
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28 Dec 1840 -- Minute Book 4, page 314: David Snodgrass etc. vs. Joel Musick.

5 Jan 1841 -- Deed Book 17, page 75: Martha Edmondson to Joseph Snodgrass,
both of Washington Co., VA...the said Martha Edmondson for and in consideration 
of the natural love and affexian that she bares towards the said Joseph Snodgrass
her son in law and for ...$1...parcel of land situate between the middle and south fork
of Holston river adjoining the lands of the said Joseph Snodgrass, James Glenn and
the land devised by John Edmondson dec'd to William M. Edmondson containing
about 6 1/2 acres ... and bounded as follows Beginning at a poplar a corner to the 
said Jos. Snodgrass & Henry Horn thence N 30 E 110 poles to a white oak on the edge 
of the Blue Spring road a corner of James Glenn thence leaving said Glenns line SE
to a white oak a corner of the 62 1/2 acres devised to Ann Snodgrass the wife of the
said Joseph Snodgrass by John Edmondson dec'd and with the line of the same to the
Beginning... [signed] Martha (her mark) Edmondson
Recorded 25 Nov 1844. 

23 Feb 1841 -- Minute Book 5, page 16: Joseph B. Snodgrass etc. vs. Joel Musick.

12 Jun 1841 -- Will Book 12, page 9: I Elizabeth Snodgrass of Washington
county and State of Virginia do hereby make my last will and testament in
manner and form following that is to say. First I direct that out of my estate 
that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid by my executor herein after 
named. I give to my daughter Margaret Hawthorn five dollars to be paid to her 
by my executor in twelve months after my decease, the remainder of my property 
of every kind together with my cash on hand and cash debts due to me I give to 
my grandaughter Eliza Newland to her own proper use and her heirs forever. 
And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my friend Lewellin C. Newland 
executor of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills or 
testaments by me heretofore made. In witness I have hereunto set my hand and 
affixed seal this 12th day of June 1844 [vss - which is it? '41 or '44 ?].
Elizabeth (her mark) Snodgrass
Signed in presence of Jas. Orr, Wm. Graham
Proved in court 26 Nov 1850.
Lewellin C. Newland was appointed executor with William Graham his security.
----------------------

29 Jun 1841 -- Minute Book 5, page 80: Joseph Snodgrass etc. vs. Alexr. McEwen.

28 Sep 1841 -- Minute Book 5, page 147: William Grace vs. Joseph A. Snodgrass.

22 Nov 1841 -- Minute Book 5, page 142: Samuel Snodgrass oversees road.

28 Dec 1841 -- Minute Book 5, page 191: Andrew Edmondson vs. Joseph R. Snodgrass.

25 Jan 1842 -- Minute Book 5, page 198: Margaret Ann Snodgrass, settlement;
John Hope died as her guardian; she is orphaned daughter of Thomas Snodgrass.

28 Feb 1842 -- Minute Book 5, pages 205 & 275: Andrew Edmondson vs. 
Jas. R. Snodgrass. [probably Joseph R., see 28 Dec 1841 ...]

15 Mar 1842 -- Deed Book 15, page 260: Job Clark & Lucinda his wife late
Lucinda Leonard to Alex'r Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$1 current
money of the United States...one undivided eighth part of a tract of land
containing by estimation 180 acres & lying four miles east of Abingdon it
being the same tract of land of which the late Peter Leonard died seized and
possessed & in which Jane Leonard the widow of said Peter now has a life
interest and this sale and convey is made subject to said life estate...
<no other land description given>...
Job Clark Lucinda Clark
Recorded 15 Mar 1842.
[Alexander Snodgrass s/o William & Sarah m. Malinda Leonard] 

22 Aug 1842 -- Minute Book 5, page 306: Moses Snodgrass, road overseer.

22 Aug 1842 -- Minute Book 5, page 306: John Snodgrass, road overseer.

24 Oct 1842 -- Deed Book 16, page 22: Stephen & James S. Lyon to Samuel M.
Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA... whereas the said Stephen & James Lyon
being indebted to Ann Snodgrass in the sum of $419.73 and being willing &
desirous that the same shall be secured...<they sell their land "in trust" to Samuel M. 
Snodgrass, who has the legal right to sell it, if they fail to pay their debt.>
Stephen Lyon James S. Lyon Samuel M. Snodgrass
Recorded 24 Oct 1842 

25 Oct 1842 -- Minute Book 6, page 8: John Snodgrass released as road overseer.

26 Oct 1842 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 295: 
Mahaffey & wife, complts. against 
John McCready sen'r: exer. of John Jameson Dec'd etc., defts.
This cause came on this 26th day of October 1842 to be heard on the bill exhibits filed the
answer of the defendant McCready and of the infant defendants by their guardians ad. litem
Charles J. Cummings, the depositions of witnesses and the report of Martin commissioner 
Lynch; and it appearing to the court that the order of publication against the absent 
defendants in this cause has been duly executed therefore it is adjudged ordered and decreed,
that the bill of the complts. as to said absent defendants be taken as confessed; and it further
appearing to the court that no exception has been taken to the report of Martin Commissioner
Lynch; therefore it is adjudged ordered and decreed that the same be, and is hereby confirmed.
And it also appearing that by the Will of John Jameson dec'd he made his seven daughters his
residuary legatees providing that the children of his deceased daughters are to have their mothers
share equally divided among them, and the residuary fund to be divided into seven equal shares;
being $593.49, with interest from 17th April 1839.
Therefore the Court doth adjudge order and decree that the deft. John McCready do pay to
the Complts. the sum of $84.78 3/7 etc subject to a credit of $1.75. 
To __ Anderson the only child and heir of Susannah Anderson deceased the sum of $84.78 3/7. 
To Washington and Isaac Hutton heirs of Jane Hutton deceased $84.78 3/7. 
To Joseph R., Nancy, Jane and Hayter Snodgrass heirs of Ann Snodgrass deceased the sum of
$84.788 3/7. 
To Thomas McCready who intermarried with Sarah Jameson the sum of $84.78 3/7. 
To Margaret Hayter widow of William Hayter dec'd the sum of $84.78 3/7. 
The said sums to bear interest respectively from the 17th April 1839. But the said parties are
not to have the benefit of this decree until they shall respectively or some other person for them
enter into bond with sufficeint security payable to the deft. John McCready sen'r executor of 
John Jameson dec'd in a penalty equal to double the sums decreed to them respectively with
conditions to refund due proportions of any debts or demands which may afterwards appear
against the estate of the testator and the costs attending the recovery of such debts or demands.
And the Court doth further adjudge order and decree, that each of the parties in this cause pay 
an equal porportion of all costs thereof, and liberty is reserved to the infant defendants to show
cause against this decree, at any time within six months after they shall respectively have
attained their full size.
--------------------------- 

26 Dec 1842 -- Minute Book 6, page 45: Margaret Snodgrass, guardian of, settlement.

8 Jan 1843 -- Samuel M. Snodgrass, d. 8 Jan 1843, age 38y 1m, bur. Rock Spring
Cemetery <on stone with Margaret Snodgrass, d. 1849>.

27 Feb 1843 -- Minute Book 6, page 67: Margaret Snodgrass, widow of Samuel M.
Snodgrass (d. 8 Jan 1843), gave over her administration to Joseph Snodgrass. Sureties for 
Joseph are Ben Glenn, James S. Glenn Jr., and William Snodgrass, Joseph Snodgrass, & 
Benjamin Snodgrass. Today Joseph [Snodgrass] shows up as surviving Executor of the 
deceased James Snodgrass, but must request that Parker Smith be appointed to that job instead. 
Benjamin Glenn, surviving administrator of the deceased William Snodgrass, also must request
Parker Smith to take the accounting of the deceased William and Samuel M. Snodgrass estates, 
due to his involvement.

27 Feb 1843 -- Minute Book 6, page 67: James Snodgrass, estate settlement.
27 Feb 1843 -- Minute Book 6, page 67: Samuel Snodgrass, admin. of, appraisers 
of. 
27 Feb 1843 -- Minute Book 6, page 67: William Snodgrass, estate settlement of.

1 Jun 1843 -- Deed Book 20, page 250: Alexander Snodgrass & Melinda his wife
to Joseph Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$500...all their right title
interest and demand in and to a certain tract of land formerly the property of
William Snodgrass deceased, said tract contains by estimation 300 acres... in
Washington Co. on the middle fork of Holston and adjoining the lands of
Samuel Snodgrass dec'd and Benjamin Glenn of Washington Co., VA, the same 
being 1/3 undivided part in said tract of land... also sell all their interest...in a
certain parcel of land adjoining the above mentioned 300 acres containing
21 acres... bought by said Joseph Snodgrass and said Alexander Snodgrass
jointly of Joseph Redshaw ...<no land description>...
Alexander Snodgrass Melinda Snodgrass
Melinda's signature was witnessed in Washington Co., VA, but Alexander's
signature was witnessed in Sullivan Co., TN.
Recorded 24 Mar 1851.

7 Aug 1843 -- Deed Book 16, page 259: Stephen Lyon to Joseph Snodgrass,
both of Washington Co., VA, in trust...whereas Stephen Lyon is indebted to 
Ann Snodgrass about the sum of $419 and its interest... doth sell unto the said
Joseph Snodgrass four negro slaves named Malinda and her child Frank, boy
named Charles and girl named Mary, two horses one a bay mare and the other
claybank, 4 head of cattle and all his household and kitchen furniture beds ets. one 
wagon...in trust... <Joseph Snodgrass has the right to sell these slaves & other 
items at public auction, if Stephen Lyon fails to pay the debt>...
Stephen Lyon Joseph Snodgrass
Recorded 28 Aug 1843. 

29 Aug 1843 -- Minute Book 6, pp 144 & 182: D. R. Smyth & Co. vs. John Snodgrass.

27 Oct 1843 -- Minute Book 6, page 212: Alex. McEwen vs. Joseph Snodgrass.

27 Nov 1843 -- Minute Book 6, page 218: Alexander Snodgrass, road overseer.

22 Jan 1844 -- Minute Book 6, page 248: William Snodgrass, estate inventory
recorded (see 21 Aug 1830 for inventory). <I am not sure why there was a wait
of 14 years for this to be recorded.> [vss - probably just a lot TO settle]

22 Jan 1844 -- Minute Book 6, page 248: Samuel Snodgrass, estate inventory of.

27 May 1844 -- Minute Book 6, pages 299 & 333: Andrew Edmondson vs. 
Joseph R. Snodgrass.

24 Jun 1844 -- Will Book 9, page 317: Will of Alexander Robinson names wife Polly, children
James, Samuel, William, Elizabeth Tombleson, Leah Snodgrass & Rachel Snodgrass.
[vss - will someone look up this will and tell us the date proved in court?!]
[Leah Robinson m. John Snodgrass; Rachel Robinson m. William Snodgrass]
 

23 Jul 1844 -- Minute Book 7, page 6, 38, 42, 81, 94, 102, 127, 147, 193, 208,
246, 253, & 281: A. Edmondson vs. Joseph Snodgrass.

26 Aug 1844 -- Minute Book 7, page 13: Orphan children of Samuel M. Snodgrass,
namely William S. Snodgrass, James C. Snodgrass, Ann S. Snodgrass, Martha G.
Snodgrass, and Mary Jane Snodgrass, placed under guardians Robert Clark & 
Margaret Snodgrass. 
James Clark & Peter Clark securities.

26 Aug 1844 -- Minute Book 7, page 14: James Orr sworn in to get deceased
James Snodgrass's estate settled with Joseph Snodgrass on accounting.

26 Aug 1844 -- Minute Book 7, pages 14 & 115: Samuel Snodgrass, estate settlement of.

5 Sep 1844 -- Francis K. Snodgrass married Jane S. Galliher, by A. G. Taylor (pg. 424).
[Jane d/o John Galliher, see 1866 Wash. Co. VA]

16 Sep 1844 -- Deed Book 17, page 247: John Snodgrass & Leah his wife and
Jacob Minton & Sarah his wife of Lee Co., and William Widener & Phebe his wife, 
Elizabeth Snodgrass, and Margaret Snodgrass of Washington Co. to William Snodgrass 
of Washington Co...$100... all their claim to and interest in the tract of land of which 
James Snodgrass deceased died seized and possessed and bearing dates by patents 
one dated 26 Mar 1802 and bounded as follows,
Beginning at a white oak corner to Samuel Edmondsons land and with a line of
the same N 46 E 110 poles crossing a branch to 2 white oaks and a small gum
corner to David Robinsons land and with a line of the same S 2 E 70 poles to a
bach and white oak by a branch thence up the branch S 21 E 50 poles to two
beeches in a line of John Edmondsons land and with the same S 86 W 14 poles
to a stake on a line of Joseph Redshaws land and with the same N 78 W 106
poles to a white oak and dogwood thence N 29 E 3 poles to the Beginning. 
The other bearing date 22 Aug 1798 and bounded as follows: Beginning at 2 
white oaks and maple thence N 42 W 82 poles to a maple and white oak in 
Samuel Edmondsons line and near the same S 55 W 29 poles to a gum and 2 
white oaks on a ridge S 5 E 70 poles to a white oak and beech on a branch 
S 43 E 46 poles to 2 beeches on a branch N 69 E 114 poles to a stake N 74 W 72 
poles to the beginning ...
John Snodgrass
Leah (her mark) Snodgrass
Jacob Minton
Sarah (her mark) Minton
Phebe (her mark) Widener
William (his mark) Widener
The signatures of John Snodgrass, Leah Snodgrass, Jacob Minton, & Sarah Minton
were acknowledged in Lee Co., VA.
The signatures of Phebe Widener & William Widener were acknowledged in
Washington Co., VA.
Recorded 16 Aug 1845.

27 Oct 1844 -- Minute Book 7, page 201: Francis Snodgrass, road overseer.

28 Oct 1844 -- Minute Book 7, pages 46, 81, 93, 103, 118, 127, & 178: 
Robt. Clark etc. vs. Joseph Snodgrass.

27 Jan 1845 -- Minute Book 7, page 85: Margaret Snodgrass, assignment of dower.

15 Mar 1845 -- Minute Book 7, pages 107 & 127: Jane Leonard vs. Alex. Snodgrass.

12 May 1845 -- Deed Book 17, page 226: Pursuant to the provision of a deed of
trust executed on the 7th day of August 1843 by Stephen Lyon to the undersigned, 
I did on the 12th day of May 1845 proceed to sell the slaves in said deed mentioned 
to the following persons & for the prices annexed to wit:
Negro woman Mary & her child to Henry Edmondson for $386.00
Negro boy Frank to William H. Williams 36.00
Negro woman Malinda to Jackson C. Teneray 410.00
832.00
Given under my hand this 14th day of July 1845
Recorded 19 Jul 1845. Joseph Snodgrass trustee

14 May 1845 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 384:
William Snodgrass plt. against John Barb & Jacob Barb adm'r Defts.
On motion of the plaintiff, who filed his bill with a certificate of oath having been
made thereto, an injunction is granted him to restrain the deft. John Barb from selling,
conveying away, transferring or otherwise disposing of his interest in the estate of his 
father Jacob Barb dec'd and also to restrain the defts Walter Johnson and Isaac Barb 
administrators with the will annexed of the said Jacob Barb dec'd from paying over to the 
said deft. John Barb or any other person his interest in the estate of Jacob Barb aforesaid 
which has come into their hands or which may hereafter come into their hands to be 
administered, until the futher order of this court, upon the pltf. or some responsible 
person for him, entering into bond and security in the Clerks Office in the penalty of 
$100.00 payable to the deft. John Barb and conditioned as the law directs.

19 May 1845 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 389:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, complts. against John McCready & wife & others, defts.
On the motion of the defendants, John McCready and Thomas McCready by their 
counsel, leave is given them to file their joint answer in this cause, and thereupon they 
filed the same accordingly.

28 Jul 1845 -- Minute Book 7, page 167: Joseph Snodgrass admr. vs. Jno. Gray,
Jno. Lowrey, & Jno. Brannon.

4 Sep 1845 -- John Snodgrass married Parmelia Matilda Claman, by William Hansher (pg. 425)

13 Oct 1845 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 410:
William Snodgrass, Pet. <petitioner> against
Johnson & Barb adm's etc. & John Barb Defts.
On the motion of the defendants Walter Johnson and Isaac Barb adm'rs of
Jacob Barb dec'd by their counsels leave is given them to file their answer in
this cause and thereupon the said answer was sworn to in court by the
defendant Walter Johnson and accordingly filed.

10 Feb 1846 -- Deed Book 18, page 278: Eli Perkins & Rhoda his wife of Grayson Co., VA, to
Alexander Snodgrass of Washington Co., VA...$180... one undivided eighth of a certain parcel of
land in Washington Co. containing 200 acres ... being the same tract of land whereon Peter
Leonard deceased formerly lived and of which he died seized <etc., see deed Book 18, page
201>... his eight children of whom the said Rhoda is one ...
Eli (his mark) Perkins
Rhoda Perkins
Signatures acknowledged in Grayson Co., VA.
Recorded 10 Sep 1847.

19 May 1846 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 430:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, Pets. <petitioners> against Jamison's heirs, Defts. 
On motion of the Plaintiffs by counsel it is ordered that this cause be set down for hearing.

28 Jun 1846 -- Minute Book 8, page 90: Margaret Snodgrass, admin. of, appraiser of.

26 Oct 1846 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 477: 
<list of causes continued till next term include:>
Sam'l Mahaffey etc. Pets. against Jamison's heirs Defts.
William Sndograss Pet. against John Bard etc. Defts.

27 Oct 1846 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 482:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, Pets. against Wm. H. Jamison and others, Defts.
On the motion of the pltfs. by counsel and for reasons appearing to the
Court it is ordered that the plts. have leave to amend their bill so as to make 
Susan Jamison the child of William P. Jamison dec'd a deft. and by also
making James D. Snodgrass, the child of John Snodgrass who intermarried
with the late Ann Jamison, a deft. And on the futher motion of the plts. it is
ordered that the bill be dismissed as to William, Esther, Jane and Eliza Ann,
the children of Dixen Hutton who were improperly made parties deft. to this
bill. And it is further ordered that Charles J. Cummings be appointed
guardian ad litam for Susan, Polly, and Nancy Jamison, infant children of
Wm. Jamison dec'd and for James D. Snodgrass infant of John Snodgrass and his
late wife Ann Snodgrass to defend them in this suit. And by agreement of the
parties this cause is retained on the court docket.

19 Jan 1847 -- Deed Book 18, page 201: Alexander Snodgrass & Malinda his wife
to James Fulcher, all of Washington Co., VA...sum of ___ current money...one
undivided fourth of a certain tract of land lying in Washington Co., containing by 
estimation 180 acres ... the same tract of land whereon Peter Leonard deceased 
formerly resided and of which he died seized and possessed, and which by the last 
will and testament of the said Peter Leonard dec'd bearing date 28 Apr 1837 and of 
record in the county court of Washington, he willed and bequeathed to his wife 
Jane Leonard for and during her natural life, and at her death to be sold and the 
proceedes equally divided among his eight children. The interest hereby intended to 
be conveyed is the one undivided eighth of said land purchased by said Snodgrass 
from Job Clark & Lucinda his wife, the said Lucinda being a daughter of said 
Peter Leonard dec'd and which was conveyed to said Snodgrass by said Clark and 
wife by deed bearing date 15 Mar 1842 and ...and the one undivided eighth of said 
land to which the said Malinda is entitled she being a daughter of the said 
Peter Leonard deceased ...
[signed] Alexander Snodgrass Melinda Snodgrass
Recorded 22 Mar 1847. 

27 Jan 1847 -- Minute Book 8, page 129: Margaret Snodgrass, estate inventory.

22 Feb 1847 -- Will Book 10, page 332: Accounting of estate of Samuel M. Snodgrass 
by Joseph Snodgrass.

22 Feb 1847 -- Minute Book 8, pp. 39, 111, & 317: Samuel M. Snodgrass, estate settlement of.

13 May 1847 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 495: 
<causes continued until the next term include:>
William Snodgrass Pet. against John Barb ets. Defts.

14 May 1847 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book A, page 496:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, Plts. against Edward H. Jamison's heirs, Defts.
This cause came on this 14th day of May 1847 to be heard upon the bill of
the complts. the joint answer of Thomas McCready and Mary Ann his wife and the
answer of Charles J. Cummings guardian ad litem of Susan, Polly, and Nancy Jamison 
infants of Wm. Jamison dec'd and for James D. Snodgrass infant of John Snodgrass
and his deceased wife Ann the exhibits filed and was argued by counsel. And the court
deeming it best, that the three tracts of land in the bill mentioned should be divided and 
not sold, doth adjudge order and decree that Edward Lathind? and Robert Clark be 
appointed commissioners to make partition of the said tracts of 218 and 16 acres, 
laying off the same into nine parcels, allotting one parcel to the complt. and wife, one 
to William H., Samuel, Susanna, Nancy and Polly, children of William Jamison dec'd 
one to John Jamison, one to Thomas McCready and Sally his wife, one to John McCready
and Mary Ann his wife, one to Margaret Hayter, one to Washington and Isaac Hutton 
children of Jane Hutton dec'd, one to Isaac Hays and Susannah his wife, late Susannah 
Anderson, and one parcel to Joseph R., Nancy, Jane, Abraham H. and James D. Snodgrass
children of Ann Snodgrass, and they report their proceedings to the next term of this court. 
And it being suggested that some of the parties own more than one share it is further 
adjudged ordered and decreed that said commissioners be authorised and required in 
making said partitions to allot to such as may own more than one share their full shares
of said tracts of land together, as far as practicable and as may comport with the interest of all
parties intendant. It being further suggested that sale of the 200 acre tract in Smyth county may
be necessary for the payment of debts, no partition for the present is made of that tract. 

24 May 1847 -- Will Book 11, page 192: Estate of Samuel M. Snodgrass; accounting 
continued by administrator Joseph Snodgrass; Alexander Snodgrass is mentioned.

9 Jun 1847 -- Margaret Snodgrass, d. 9 Jun 1847, age 44y 4m 11d, bur. Rock Spring Cemetery.
<also listed as died 1849>

14 Jun 1847 -- Ann I. Snodgrass married William DeBusk.

26 Aug 1847 -- William Snodgrass married Catharine James, by William Hancher (pg. 425)
<1860 Washington Co., VA>.

27 Sep 1847 -- Will Book 10, page 348: Inventory of estate of Margaret Snodgrass by 
Moses Snodgrass; mentions Miss Ann Snodgrass, Joseph Snodgrass, Francis K. Snodgrass, 
William Snodgrass, Elizabeth Snodgrass, Benjamin Glenn, James Glenn.
[vss - ch. of Samuel M. Snodgrass & Margaret Clark]

18 Oct 1847 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 5:
<causes continued until the next term include:>
William Snodgrass, petitioner, against John Barb etc., defendants.

19 Oct 1847 -- Deed Book 18, page 352: Know all men by these presents that I
Ann Snodgrass for and in consideration of the natural love and affection that
I have towards James Snodgrass (son of my son Joseph Snodgrass) and for and in
consideration of the sum of $1 cash in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby
acknowledged I have given granted bargained and sold and by these presents
doth give grant bargain and sell unto the said James Snodgrass my negro girl
named Gemima to be enjoyed by him and his heirs forever. In withess whereof I
set my hand and affix my seal this 19th day of October 1847
Ann (her mark) Snodgrss
Witnesses: A. Edmondson Francis K. Snodgrass
Recorded 27 Dec 1847.

22 Oct 1847 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 14:
Mahaffey & wife, plaintiffs against Edward H. Jamison's heirs, defendants
This cause came on again this day to be further heard upon the papers formerly 
read and the report of Edward Lathin [Latham ?] and Robert Clark returned 
to this court, who were appointed commissioners under a former decree to make
partition of the land in the Bill mentioned, which they have done, as by their plat and 
report will appear. And there being no exception taken to the said report the same is 
affirmed. On consideration whereof, it is adjudged, ordered and decreed that according 
to the partition made by the said commissioners the plaintiffs and the defendant 
Margaret Hayter have No. 4 (see plat) laid off to them containing 42 1/2 acres, the 
children of William Jamison dec'd to wit, William H., Samuel, Susan, Nancy and Polly 
to have No. 3 (see plat) containing 25 acres, the defendants John McCready 
and Mary Ann his wife, Thomas McCready and Sally his wife, John Jameison, Isaac Hays 
and Susannah his wife late Susanna Anderson, and Washington and Isaac Hutton to have
No. 1 (see plat) containing 118 acres, and there five shares are laid off together, as the
report alleges, because they are owned by the Deft. John McCready and by William 
McCready, the defendants, Joseph R., Nancy, James, Abraham H. and James D. 
Snodgrass, children of Ann Snodgrass dec'd, to have No. 2 (see plat) containing 25 acres. 
And it is further ordered that the plaintiffs and the defendants convey to each other
by deeds with special warranty, the respective shares assigned to each other. And as the
Defendants Isaac Hays and Susanna his wife, and the children above named of Ann 
Snodgrass dec'd, are not inhabitants of this Commonwealth, and as the Defendants, Susan, 
Polly and Nancy Jamison are infants under 21 years of age, it is further ordered that 
Charles J. Cummings be appointed a commissioner on behalf of the children of Ann 
Snodgrass, and the above named infants to convey as by the decree is required of them. 
And the partition above made, be held firm and stable forever. And that the costs be 
proportionally borne by the parties. And leave is given the infants for six months after they 
arrive at age to appear and contest this decree.

11 Nov 1847 -- Margaret Snodgrass married Charles Ellet [vss - Charles Elliot] (pg. 33).
[vss - d/o William Snodgrass, d. 1830 & Sarah]

24 Jan 1848 -- Minute Book 8, page 167: Joseph Snodgrass, executor of Jas. Crow.
[vss - Joseph m. 1840 Nancy Crow who is d/o Sarah Crow d. 1851; probably this
James Crow is Nancy's father ..]

15 Feb 1848 -- Deed Book 19, page 58: Benjamin Glenn & Sarah Glenn his wife
to Moses Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$1050...two parcels of land
in Washington Co., VA, on the waters of the middle fork of Holston River and
is bounded as follows Beginning at a white oak near the wagon ford on the
River corner to William Snodgrass land the he bought of Long and with his 
line <S or N left out> 37 W 47 poles to a stake in the great road S 9 1/2 W 39 poles
to a stake in said road N 66 W 143 poles to a black oak and locust on the bank of
the river N 6 1/2 W 158 poles to a buckeye and hickory on the river corner to
David Snodgrass land S 87 E 46 poles to a buckeye and Lynn S 59 E 173 poles to
the Beginning containing 134 acres & 32 poles...the other tract containing 16 acres 
...
and is bounded as follows Beginning at a poplar and fallen black oak
thence with Robert Jones line N 4 W 94 poles to a white oak S 4 W 54 poles to
2 white oaks Benjamin Snodgrass' corner and with his line S 8 E 218 poles
crossing the river twice to a bunch of lynns on the north bank of the river
N 6 1/2 W 166 poles crossing the river and along a line of Benjamin Glenns land
to buckeye and hickory on the south bank of the River thence up the same S 89
E 46 poles to a buckeye and fallen lynn on the bank S 68 1/2 E 166 poles to a
white oak on the south bank of the river N 36 E 10 poles to a cucumber on the
bank of the river thence down the same with its several courses 115 poles to 2
sycamores on the north bank of the river thence down the river with its several 
courses 110 poles to the beginning...
Benjamin Glenn Sarah (her mark) Glenn
Recorded 28 Dec 1848. 

12 May 1848 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 22:
Isaac Thomas, petitioner against John Barb etc., defts.
the same against Jacob Barb etc., defts.
James K. Gibson, petitioner against John Barb ets, defts.
Wm. Snodgrass, petitioner against the same
E. M. & J. C. Greenway, petitioner against Jacob Barb, etc.
On motion of the plaintiffs by counsel and by consent of the Adm'rs in
these causes, it is ordered that Master Com'r Jacob Lynch do state, settle and
adjust the administrations account of the defts, Walter Johnston [Johnson] and
Isaac Barb, admr's of Jacob Barb dec'd And that he also take an ... account
showing the distributable interest of each on of the defts, John Barb and
Jacob Barb, of the Estate of Jacob Barb dec'd taking into consideration any
sum or sums that they may owe the said estate for advancements by the
testator, or be chargeable with. The Com'r to state any other matter thought
pertinent by himself, or required to be stated by either of the parties, and
make report thereof to the next term of this court until which time these
caused are continued.

16 May 1848 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 31:
Mahaffey and wife, petitioners against E. H. Jamison's heirs, etc., defts.
On motion of the deft. by counsel, it is ordered that this cause be reinstated on
the docket, the same having been prematurely stricken therefrom. And on like
motion
the said cause is remanded to the Rules, for further proceedings to be had therein.

26 Jun 1848 -- Minute Book 8, page 222: Sarah Snodgrass, admin. of, appraisers
of.

26 Jun 1848 -- Minute Book 8, page 222: Joseph Snodgrass, admin. of S.
Snodgrass.
[vss - Joseph admin. of his mother Sarah Snodgrass]

28 Jun 1848 -- Minute Book 8, page 237: Ann L. Snodgrass, guardian settlement.

21 Jul 1848 -- Will Book 11, page 355: Sale bill of estate of Sarah Snodgrass
by her administrator, Joseph Snodgrass. [vss - widow of William who d. 1830]
1 cupboard $1.00 1 clock $3.00 ... F. K. Snodgrass 4.00
1 bed ............................. James Hess 8.00
1 bed ............................. Andrew Sprigs 4.75
1 bed ............................. James Glenn 15.00
1 bed ............................. F. K. Snodgrass 6.00
1 chest ........................... do .35
1 can ............................. do .35
1 can ............................. do .12 1/2
1 chair ........................... Joseph Snodgrass .30
1 chair ........................... F. K. Snodgrass .12 1/2
1 table ........................... F. K. Snodgrass 2.10
6 chairs .......................... do 3.00
1 glass ........................... do .55
14 1/2 yards of carpets at $.10 for 
yard ......................... A. Edmundson 1.5 1/2
1 blanket ......................... F. K. Snodgrass .50
1 do ......................... William Sees 1.05
1 do ......................... Wm. Owens 1.50
1 do ......................... do 1.00
1 Coverlid ........................ F. K. Snodgrass 3.25
1 do ........................ Wm. Spear 1.05
1 do ........................ James Glenn 3.15
1 do ........................ Wm. Moser 3.45
1 Sheet ........................... Catherine Stewart .25
1 quilt ........................... Joseph Snodgrass .25
1 sheet ........................... A. Edmondson .35
1 do ........................... James Glenn .50
1 do ........................... Wm. Ivins .25
1 do .................. Jos. Snodgrass son to James .40
1 do ........................... Wm. Ivins .55
1 do ........................... James Glenn .35
1 window curtain .................. James Glenn .12 1/2
1 table cloth ..................... Wm. Speer .35
1 do ................... Joseph Snodgrass Jr. .35
1 do ................... Joseph Snodgrass Jr. .35
1 do ..................... F. K. Snodgrass .35
1 do ..................... Benjamin Snodgrass .85
1 sheet & hand towels ............. James Glenn .40
1 pair of cards ................. Joseph Snodgrass Sr. .12 1/2
3 cards ........................... James Glenn .06 1/4
2 bags ............................ F. K. Snodgrass .50
4 yards of Jeans .......... Archibald Orr at $.75/yd 3.00
4 yards of Jeans ............ Wm. Spear at $.58/yard 2.32
3 hackles ................... Joseph Snodgrass Sr. 1.00
2 smoothing Irons ................. F. K. Snodgrass .37
1 do ............... Joseph Snodgrass Sr. .25
1 lot of pans ..................... F. K. Snodgrass .37
1 pair of sheep shears ............ Levi Oak .25
1 do .......... Joseph Snodgrass Sr. .25
1 pair of saddle bags ........... Joseph Snodgrass Sr. .40
5 chairs .......................... F. K. Snodgrass 1.25
1 set of drawers .................. Joseph Snodgrass 3.30
5 plates .......................... James Glenn .25
6 do .......................... Moore Robinson .45
6 do .......................... Wm. Snodgrass .75
1 set of cups & saucers ........... Charles Eliot .70 [m. Margaret Snodgrass, 1847]
2 tumblers ........................ F. K. Snodgrass .12 1/2
3 bowls ........................... F. K. Snodgrass .18 3/4
3 do ........................... Joseph Snodgrass .18 3/4
1 tea pot & articles .............. F. K. Snodgrass 1.00
old knives and forks .............. F. K. Snodgrass .12 1/2
cups and saucers .................. Andrew Sprigs .25
1 lot of phiols ................... Andrew Edmondson .12 1/2
1 coffee mill ..................... F. K. Snodgrass .25
1 kettle .......................... Samuel Moore 1.30
1 oven and lid .................... Wm. Moses .44
1 oven ............................ James S. Glenn .25
1 oven & kettle ................... F. K. Snodgrass 1.00
1 pot rack ........................ F. K. Snodgrass .50
1 do ........................ F. K. Snodgrass .30
1 lot of tubs ................... Joseph Snodgrass Sr. 1.95
1 lot of crocks ................... F. K. Snodgrass 1.15
1 set of dog irons ................ do .30
1 pair of tongs ................... Joseph Snodgrass .50
1 pair of steelyards .............. (blank) .12 1/2
1 seine ........................... F. K. Snodgrass .12
churn ............................. James Snodgrass .12 1/2
1 Big wheel ....................... do 1.00
2 A___ lb. ........................ F. K. Snodgrass .12
1 set of hand irons ............... do .25
1 box ____ ........................ do 1.00
1 wheel ........................... do .16 1/2
wheels and spools ................. James Glenn 1.40
1 loom ............................ F. K. Snodgrass 2.46
1 churn ......................... Joseph Snodgrass Jr. .12 1/2
2 shovels ......................... F. K. Snodgrass .12
1 barrel .......................... James Glenn .65
1 reed ............................ Joseph Snodgrass .12 1/2
1 cow ............................. James Glenn 7.00
1 calf ............................ F. K. Snodgrass 1.00
1 horse ........................... F. K. Snodgrass 47.00
3 pails ........................... do .75
12 (blank) .......... James Glenn $.09 1/4 per head 1.10 1/4
1 lot of books .................... F. K. Snodgrass .25
2 sheep ........................... do .50
3 sheep ........................... do .75
----------
156.02 3/4
Joseph Snodgrass Administrator
The foregoing list of Sales of the estate of Sarah Snodgrass deceased was delivered to 
the Clerk of Washington County on this 8th day of July 1850 and admitted to record.

21 Jul 1848 -- Will Book 12, page 121: Accounting of estate of Sarah Snodgrass by 
Joseph Snodgrass; mentions her son William & other heirs: James D. Snodgrass, 
Alexander Snodgrass, Francis Snodgrass, Samuel Preston [m. Rebecca Snodgrass],
Leander Booker, Arthur & Francis Stewart [vss - ? perhaps ch. of Mary / Polly 
Snodgrass and William Stewart, m. 1820 ?], and John Beny.

29 Aug 1848 -- Minute Book 8, pages 251, 256, & 288: Commonwealth vs.
Moses Snodgrass.

17 Oct 1848 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 42:
James K. Gibson, petitioner against John Barb & others, defts.
William Snodgrass, petitioner against the same
Isaac Thomas, petitioner against Jacob Barb & others, defts.
On motion of the complainants in each of these causes, by their counsel,
and for reasons appearing to the court it is ordered that each of the said
complts. be permitted to file a supplemental bill, which is accordingly done;
a restraining order is granted them, to restrain the defendant Walter Johnson
adm'r of Mary B. Barb dec'd from disposing of the interest of the Defts.
Jacob Barb jr. and John Barb in the Estate of the said Mary B. Barb dec'd till
the further order of ... the complainants or some person for them, ... Bond and
Security to the said defts., Jacob and John Barb in the penalty of $100
conditioned for the payment of such costs and damages as the said Defendants
may sustain by the granting of the said restraining order, and these causes
are remanded to the Rules for further proceedings to be had there in.

22 Feb 1849 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 55:
<very long decree, the part pertaining to William Snodgrass is as follows:>
And the court is further of the opinion that the said John Barb is indebted to the said 
Snodgrass in the sum of $94.61 with interest therein from the 31st day of Dec. 1829 ...
And it is further adjudged, ordered and decreed that the complt. Snodgrass recover 
against the said John Barb, his said Debt of $94.61 with the interest therein as aforesaid ...

26 Feb 1849 -- Will Book 11, page 149: Alexander Snodgrass estate; administrator 
Joseph Snodgrass collects from Samuel M. Snodgrass' estate for debt to Alexander's est.

5 Mar 1849 -- Deed Book 20, page 35: Francis K. Snodgrass & Jane his wife to
Joseph Snodgrass all of Washington Co., VA...$520...all the right title &
interest they have and hold in and to all the lands that Wm. Snodgrass died
seized and possessed of the said interest being one undivided third part of
about 250 acres... in Washington Co. on the waters of the middle fork of
Holston river adjoining the lands of the heirs of Sam'l M. Snodgrass dec'd,
Levi Oaks, Moses Snodgrass and others...<no other land description given>...
[signed] Francis K. Snodgrass Jane S. Snodgrass
Recorded 2 Jul 1850. 

22 May 1849 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Book B, page 58:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, petitioners against Jamison's heirs, defendants
On the motion of the complainants, it is ordered that this cause be placed upon the
court docket, and it is ordered that the death of John Jamison, which occurred since the
last term be suggested, and that this suit be revived against Edward N. Jamison, David P.
Jamison, William C. Jamison, John L. Jamison, Rebecca J. Jamison, Sam? E. Jamison, 
Calvin D. Jamison, Littitia A. Jamison, children and heirs at law of the said John Jamison 
dec'd. And it appearing that a decree for partition of the lands in the bill mentioned was
heretofore made in this cause, which partition was made and affirmed by this court, and 
there being no exception to it, and it further appearing by another decree, that deeds were 
ordered to be made by the parties respectively to each other, and that for the infants in this 
cause Charles J. Cummings was appointed Com'r to convey in their behalf, and the 
conveyances not being made in consequences of the death of the said John Jamison, 
therefore to consummate the former decree, it is further ordered that Charles J. Cummings 
be appointed a Com'r to convey on behalf of the above children and heirs of the said John 
Jamison dec'd, except Edmond V. Jamison, the first named, who is 21 years of age, the 
others being infants, and that the said Edward V. Jamison convey to the others in this 
cause, by deeds with ... of special warranty such title as is vested in him as aforesaid, to 
the shares assigned to the other partitioners in the proceedings mentioned. And it is 
further ordered that the parties ... [share?] the costs according to their respective interests 
as have before decreed. And this cause is retained on the docket till the deeds above 
ordered are made.

1 Jun 1849 -- Deed Book 19, page 230: Nancy Snodgrass, Jane Snodgrass, 
Abram H. Snodgrass and James D. Snodgrass [vss - children of John Snodgrass &
Ann Jamison] of the county of __ [vss - Monroe] and state of Missouri and William C.
Edmondson of Washington Co., VA, to Arthur Hutton of Washington Co., VA ...for the 
sum of ___ current money...parcel of land lying and being in the county of Washington ... 
containing 25 acres ... and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at a small hickory and 
pointers S 47 E 24 poles to a stake and pointers N 51 E 173 poles to a stake on the old 
line N 30 W 25 poles to a stake and thence S 51 W 182 poles to the Beginning, being the 
same piece of land which by a decree of the circuit superior court of law and chancery for 
Washington County made 22 Oct 1847 in a cause therein depending wherein ... Samuel 
Mahaffey and Martha his wife are complainants and the other heirs of Edward H. Jamison 
deceased are defendants, was allotted and assigned to the heirs of Ann Snodgrass deceased 
as their share or portion of the real estate of the said Edward H. Jamison deceased ... in 
witness whereof the said Nancy Snodgrass, Jane Snodgrass, Abraham H. Snodgrass & 
James D. Snodgrass by William p. Dungan their attorney in fact who acts by power of 
attorney bearing date 18 Feb 1847 and William C. Edmondson have hereunto subscribed 
their names and affixed their seals the day and year above written.
For Nancy Snodgrass, Jane Snodgrass, Abraham H. Snodgrass, James D. Snodgrass
By Wm. P. Dungan their attorney
W. C. Edmondson [witnessed Dungan's signature?]
Signature of William P. Dungan was witnessed 21 Aug 1849 in Smythe Co., VA
Recorded 27 Aug 1849.

9 Jun 1849 -- Margaret Snodgrass, d. 9 Jun 1849, age 44y 4m 11d, bur. Rock Spring Cem. 
(on stone with Samuel M. Snodgrass, d. 1843).

25 Jun 1849 -- Minute Book 9, pages 26 & 47: Estate settlement of Margaret Snodgrass.

25 Jun 1849 -- Minute Book 9, page 28: Estate Settlement of Sam'l M. Snodgrass.

30 Jun 1849 -- Deed Book 19, page 257: Joseph Snodgrass & Nancy his wife to Moore
Robinson, all of Washington Co., VA...$134...one certain tract of land containing 23 acres ...
lying in Washington Co. on the south side of the Middle fork of Holston river it being part of
a 66 acre survey bought by Wm. Snodgrass of Wm. Long and willed by said Wm. Snodgrass 
to 3 of his sons Joseph, Alexander and Francis ... conveyed to Joseph Snodgrass by his two
brothers by deed bounded as followeth Beginning at a white oak on the south bank of the river at
the wagon ford and on the east side of the wagon road and running thence S 36 W 47 poles to a 
stake in a lane thence S 10 W 36 poles up said lane to a stake in the wagon road thence for a 
dividing line between said Robinson and said Snodgrass S 80 E 54 poles to a black walnut and
hickory in a field and on the west side of a ridge at or near the intersection of four fences thence 
S 56 E 126 poles to a small hickory and dogwood corner to said Robinsons Gardner survey
thence N 52 W 128 poles to a large white oak in the fore named field on the east side of the same
and on the north west side of a ridge thence N 2 E 58 poles to or near a dogwood and beach in
said Robinsons line thence N 55 W 26 poles to the beginning ... 
[signed] Joseph Snodgrass Nancy Snodgrass
Recorded 3 Oct 1849. 

17 Jul 1849 -- Will Book 11, page 207: An adjustment is made for the cost of
the tombstone for Margaret Snodgrass.

23 Jul 1849 -- Minute Bk 9, pp 46 & 247: Sam'l M. Snodgrass heirs, guardian settlement

26 Oct 1849 -- Minute Book 9, page 88: Edward Snodgrass, road overseer.

23 Jul 1849 -- Minute Book 9, pages 46 & 247: Sam'l M. Snodgrass heirs,
guardian settlement.

26 Oct 1849 -- Minute Book 9, page 88: Edward Snodgrass, road overseer.

1 Jan 1850 -- Will Bk. 12, page 387: Accounting of estate of Elizabeth Snodgrass, by 
executor Lewellin Newland. <Mentioned are mostly Hathorns and no Snodgrasses.>

23 Feb 1850 -- Will Bk. 11, page 300: I Moses Snodgrass of the county of
Washington and State of Virginia do hereby make my last Will and Testament
in manner and form following, that is to say. 1st I desire that all my personal
estate that I do not hereafter devise, be imediately sold after my decease,
and out of the money arising therefrom with all my promissery notes and moneys
in hand, all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid. 2nd I give my wife
Margaret Snodgrass the plantation on which I now live her lifetime, then to my
five children equally with all the property that I have left her with all my
household and kitchen furniture of every kind that I possess and my bay mare
saddle and bridle and a bay filley three milch cows two yearling heifers ten
head of sheep one sow and seven pigs one axe two hoes one dung fork, one
cutting box, one pair of horse gears my one horse ploy, singletree and ... one
meat tub one vinegar cask all the ware belonging to the spring house with all
my castings of every discription except my wife sees proper to put some of
them to sale all my flax twelve head of geese all my wheat that is on hand and
in the ground as much oats and corn as will do my family until grain comes
off, with as much bacon as will do her & family until killing time the balance
of my oats, corn and bacon if there should be any I want sold. I now consider
that I have been tolerably liberal in my devises to her. I bind my wife to
give my five children a tolerable liberal education and likewise to give each
of my children at the age of twenty one a two year old heifer apiece with each
at the same time a bed and clothing if there should be any of my estate left
after my debts and expenses of every kind being paid I desire it to be divided
equally between my wife and my five children and lastly I do appoint my
brother Edward Snodgrass Executor of this my last will and testament, hereby
revoking all other or former wills or testaments by me heretofore made in
witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 23d day of February 1850.
Moses Snodgrass
Signed sealed publshed and declared as & for the last Will & Testament of the above 

named Moses Snodgrass in the presence of us ... 
Moore Robinson Joseph Snodgrass
Proved 25 Mar 1850.
Edward Snodgrass appointed executor, with Joseph Snodgrass, James Crow, and
Joseph Snodgrass his securities.
Will Bk. 11, page 385: appraisal.
Will Bk. 11, page 387: account.

3 Mar 1850 -- Moses Snodgrass, "Father," b. 2 Nov 1808, died 3 Mar 1850,
bur. Rock Spring Cemetery (on same stone with Margaret, died 1893).

25 Mar 1850 -- Minute Bk. 9, page 145: Edward Snodgrass, admin. of M. Snodgrass.

25 Mar 1850 -- Minute Bk. 9, page 145: Moses Snodgrass, will proved, exec. of, appraisers of.

25 Mar 1850 -- Minute Bk. 9, pp. 146 & 247: Sarah Snodgrass, estate settlement of.

25 Mar 1850 -- Will Bk. 11, page 300: Will of Moses Snodgrass names wife
Margaret & 5 children (unnamed). Executor is his brother Edward Snodgrass.

5 Apr 1850 -- Will Bk. 11, pp. 385-387: Inventory of estate of Moses Snodgrass; 
Edward Snodgrass executor; appraisers include James S. Glenn, Jr.; buyers at sale 
include Margaret Snodgrass, William Snodgrass, Edward Snodgrass, James S. Glenn, Sr., 
James Orr, and William Hathorn.

14 May 1850 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, 
page 77: <causes continued until next term of court include:>
Sam'l Mahaffey & wife, petitioners, against Jamison's heirs, defts.

27 May 1850 -- Minute Bk. 9, page 178: Ann L. Snodgrass, guardian settlement.
---------------------

1850 Washington Co VA Census 

[vss - page numbers from an index to 1850 Wash. Co VA - SNODGRASS 83B - 87A - 90B -
91A - 91B - 92A - 99A - 99B - 105A - 107B - 110A - 111B - 112A - 116B - 129B - 141A -
143B - 144A - 144B - 168A - 170B]

#233/233:
David Snodgrass 59-M-VA farmer
Mary Snodgrass 59-F-VA
<1860 Washington Co., VA>

#283/283:
Francis Snodgrass 41-M-VA farmer, $500 [Francis K. Snodgrass]
Jane Snodgrass 39-F-VA [Jane S. Galligher m. 1844]
America Snodgrass 3-F-VA [m. Speed Cole - they 1880 Lee Co KY]
John G. Snodgrass 2-M-VA [1880 Lee Co KY]
Hannah A. Snodgrass 4/12-F-VA
Thos. Snodgrass 18-M-VA farmer
Nancy Snodgrass 38-F-VA (black)
Rebecca Snodgrass 7-F-VA (black)
Campbell Snodgrass 5-M-VA (black)
Patterson Snodgrass 3-M-VA (black)
[1860 Owsley Co KY]

#340/340:
George Snodgrass 60-M-VA farmer
Rebecka Snodgrass 67-F-VA
Nancy Clark 24-F-VA
Andw. Grubb 18-M-VA laborer
John South 21-M-VA laborer
Samuel South 20-M-VA laborer
Robt. Lewel? 44-M-VA farmer, $960

346/346:
John Snodgrass 44-M-VA farmer, $960
[s/o John Snodgrass d. 1812 & Margaret Hutton; m2. wid. Martha Wheeler]
Margaret Snodgrass 37-F-VA
Jane Snodgrass 16-F-VA
Wm. Snodgrass 14-M-VA
Edward Snodgrass 12-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Francis Snodgrass 10-M-VA
Martha Snodgrass 9(5?)-M?-VA
Sarah Snodgrass 4-F-VA
Catharine Snodgrass 1-F-VA
<1860 Lee Co., VA>

#347/347:
Margaret Snodgrass 65-F-VA <1860 Lee Co., VA>
[Margaret Hutton, m. 1800 John Snodgrass (d. 1812)]
Polly Snodgrass 46-F-VA [Mary Snodgrass, d/o John Snodgrass & Margaret Hutton]
Wm. Snodgrass 26-M-VA farmer [William Snodgrass s/o Mary Snodgrass]

#348/348:
Edward Snodgrass 37-M-VA farmer [s/o John d. 1812 & Margaret]
Mary Snodgrass 37-F-VA [Mary Crow d/o Sarah] 
Sarah Snodgrass 10-F-VA
John Snodgrass 8-M-VA
Margaret Snodgrass 7-F-VA
Nancy Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Jas. Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 2-F-VA
<1860 Lee Co., VA>

#360/360:
John Porterfield 22-M-VA
Libourn Porterfield 20- -VA
Sarah Porterfield 17-F-VA 
Isabella Porterfield 13-F-VA
Wm. Snodgrass 9-M-VA
Jane Snodgrass 56-F-VA

#483/483:
Joseph Snodgrass 37-M-VA farmer
Tamar Snodgrass 29(27?)-F-VA
Charles Snodgrass 9-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 6-F-VA
Sarah Snodgrass 4-F-VA
John Snodgrass 1-M-VA

#488/488:
Jas. M. Snodgrass 38-M-VA farmer, $300
Ann Snodgrass 32-F-VA
Wm. Snodgrass 12-M-VA
Elvira Snodgrass 8-F-VA
Eliza Snodgrass 5-F-VA

#575/575:
William Dubusk / Debusk 22-M-VA
Ann Dubusk / Debusk 24-F-VA [Ann Snodgrass m. 1847]
Samuel Dubusk / Debusk 26-M-VA
Wm. Snodgrass 20-M-VA laborer
Margaret Snodgrass 10-F-VA

#612/612:
Capt. Clark 68-M-VA
Mary Clark 54-F-VA
***
M. J. Snodgrass 9-F-VA <m. 24 Nov 1859 John Buchanan Edmondson>

#649/649:
Jas. Clark 63-M-VA
Ann Clark 58-F-VA
Martha Clark 18-F-
Mary Clark 14-F-
Jas. Clark 23-M-
William Clark 21-M-
Martha Snodgrass 14-F-VA <m. 8 May 1856 Hugh McGinnis Grant>

#671/671:
Benj. Snodgrass 68-M-VA farmer, $2000 
[Benjamin Snodgrass b. 6 Nov 1781, d. 22 Jan 1857 s/o David]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 45-F-VA [Elizabeth Fleming m. 1829]
Wm. Snodgrass 10-M-VA
David Snodgrass 12-M-VA
Ann Snodgrass 21-F-VA
Lucretia Snodgrass 20-F-VA [? 1860 Wise Co with Geo. & Nancy ?]

#682/682:
Jane Reed 70-F-PA $2000
Elizabeth Snodgrass 84-F-PA (blind)

#735/735:
Wm. Snodgrass 41-M-VA farmer, $700 [William Snodgrass]
Rachel Snodgrass 35-F-VA [Rachel Robinson d/o Alexander; she d. 1858]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 8-F-VA
John Snodgrass 4-M-VA
James Snodgrass 6/12-M-VA

#910/910:
E. & H. College <Emory & Henry College> 
***
James Snodgrass 15(16?)-M-VA student

#1063/1063: [is this ELLIOTT page 141A of census?]
Chas. Elliott 40-M-VA
Margaret Elliott 40-F-VA [m. 1847]
Mary Elliott 1-F-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 45-F-VA
Viniy Snodgrass 10-F-VA

#1107/1107:
Jose Glenn 41-M-VA
Ann Glenn 49-F-VA

#1108/1108:
Joseph Snodgrass 4x-M-VA $1800 <should be about 42>
Ann Snodgrass 3x-F-VA <should be about 38>
Jas. Snodgrass 19-M-VA farmer
John Snodgrass 17-M-VA
Benj. Snodgrass 12-M-VA
William Snodgrass 10-M-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 8-F-VA
Saml. Snodgrass 6-M-VA
Martha Snodgrass 4-F-VA
Florence Snodgrass 2-F-VA

#1115/1115:
Margaret Snodgrass 30-F-VA $1000 <widow of Moses>
Pheby Snodgrass 13-F-VA
Margaret Snodgrass 10-F-VA
Mary Snodgrass 8-F-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 6-F-VA
Sally Snodgrass 2-F-VA

#1117/1117:
Jos. Snodgrass 40-M-VA farmer, $1912
Nancy Snodgrass 33-F-VA
Wm. Snodgrass 10-M-VA
Sarah Snodgrass 7-F-VA
James Snodgrass 6-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Edward Snodgrass 1-M-VA
Abigail Snodgrass 55-F-VA 
[?Abigail Dunlap m. James D. Snodgrass s/o James; also 1850 Cherokee AL]
Catherine Stuart 23-F-VA
Sally Stuart 14-F-VA (black)
William Stuart 19-M-VA (black)

#1468/1468:
William Snodgrass 26-M-VA farmer
Catharine Snodgrass 24-F-VA
Margaret Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Nancy Snodgrass 10/12-F-VA

#1502/1502:
John Snodgrass 30-M-VA farmer
Matilda Snodgrass 26-F-VA
[m. 1845 as Parmelia Matilda Claman]
Mary Snodgrass 4-F-VA
Martha Snodgrass 9/12-F-VA
Milly Snodgrass 14-F-VA
<1860 Lee Co., VA>
------------------------

22 Jul 1850 -- Minute Bk. 9, page 205: Joseph Snodgrass, road overseer.

10 Aug 1850 -- Deed Bk. 20, page 50: Abram H. Snodgrass & Nancy his wife
of Pulaski Co., IN, to Richard Montgomery of Washington Co., VA... $70...one
undivided tenth of one undivided half of a certain tract or parcel of land,
lying...in Washington Co. between the south and middle forks of Holston
river containing 277 acres... and being the same tract...owned by the said
Richard Montgomery and Henry Montgomery now deceased...the interest hereby 
intended to be conveyed being the one undivided tenth of the one undivided half 
of said tract of land which descended to the said Nancy Snodgrass the sister of the
said Henry Montgomery by the death of the said Henry who died intestate and
without issue...
Abraham H. Snodgrass
Nancy (her mark) Snodgrass
Signatures acknowledged in Washington Co., VA, and recorded 26 Aug 1850.

11 Oct 1850 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 92:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, plaintiffs
against Edward H. Jamison's heirs, defendants
On motion of the Plaintiffs, by their counsel, it is ordered that the
Defendants, John McCready and Thomas McCready, be summoned to appear here
on the first day of the next term, to show cause, if any they can, why they shall
not be attached for their contempt, in failing and refusing to made deeds,
pursuant to a decree entered in this cause at a former term of this court.

26 Nov 1850 -- Minute Bk. 9, pp. 255 & 256: Elizabeth Snodgrass, will proved, executors of,
appraisers of.

26 Nov 1850 -- (Will of Elizabeth Snodgrass, dated 12 Jun 1841, was proved.)

14 Dec 1850 -- Will Bk. 12, page 27: Inventory of estate of Elizabeth Snodgrass 
by L. Newland. <No Snodgrasses mentioned.>

18 Dec 1850 -- Ann L. Snodgrass married Robert E. Grant, by Phillip Rohr (page 171).

29 Jan 1851 -- Will Bk. 12, page 45: In the name of God Amen
I Sarah Crow of the County of Washington and state of Virginia being sick
and weak in body, but of sound mind and disposing memory for which I thank
God, and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life, and being desirous to
dispose of all such worldly estate as it has pleased God to bless me with, I
give and bequeath the same in manner following that is to say.
1st I give and bequeath to my Grandson James C. Williams one bay filly,
new saddle & bridle, two heifers and one cow, one two horse plow with two
pair of horse gears, doubletrees devices and patent axe one bed and clothing
with a suffering of seed oats to sow this spring and to feed his beast until he
makes his crop, all of this gift he is to have at my decease.
2nd I give to my Granddaughter Sarah E. Williams one horse beast saddle
and bridle worth seventy dollars when she arrive to the age of eighteen, with
one bed and clothing, with one black heifer, the last gift she is to have
immediately after my death.
I give my three daughters each one bed and furniture to divide as they can agree.
I desire that all the balance of my property of every kind that I have be
sold imediately after my decease and out of the money arising therefrom my
burial expenses be paid. I hold two promisory notes on my sons William and
James Crow. I give them the interest on those two notes I request that the
balance of my estate of every kind that is not devised heretofore after paying
my burial expenses I give to my children and Grandchildren equally divided as
follows James Crow, William Crow, Nancy Snodgrass [m. Joseph 1840], 
Mary Snodgrass [m. Edward 1838] and Sarah E. Robinson, my grandchildren 
of my deceased daughters Margaret Kelly dec'd and Jane Williams dec'd Heirs 
the same that their mothers would have got if they had been living equally 
divided among them.
And lastly I do constitute and appoint my son William Crow Executor of
this my last Will and Testament hereby revokjing all other or former wills or
testaments by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and my seal this 29th day of January 1851.
signed sealed published and declared as and Sarah (her mark) Crow
for the last will and testament of the above 
named Sarah Crow in presence of us
J. M. Price William Snodgrass John Miller
Proved in court 24 Feb 1851.
William Crow appointed executor, with William Snodgrass & John M. Price his securities.

31 May 1851 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 100: 
<causes continued until the next term include:>
Sam'l Mahaffey & wife, petitioners, against Jamison's heirs, defendants.
page 102: The dismission entered in the office in these suits is confirmed:
Elizabeth Snodgrass, petitioner, against Abraham Snodgrass, deft.

15 Jul 1851 -- Will Bk. 12, page 286: Accounting of the estate of Samuel M. Snodgrass, 
by administrator Joseph Snodgrass.

25 Nov 1851 -- Guardian Bonds: Robert E. Grant, guardian of James C. Snodgrass, 
William L. Snodgrass, Mary Jane Snodgrass, & Martha G. Snodgrass, children of 
Samuel M. Snodgrass; John Brown, John Rosenbale, Gardner Grant Jr., & 
Thomas Preston, securities.
<see also 26 Aug 1840>

4 Dec 1851 -- James Snodgrass married Catherine Stewart.

10 Jun 1852 -- Deed Bk. 21, page 119: John E. Horne & Mary his wife and
Martha Horne to Joseph Snodgrass, all of Washington Co., VA...$780... parcel
of land...in Washington Co. on the waters of the south fork of Holston river,
being the same land allotted to John E. Horne as his portion of his fathers
estate containing 65 acres and bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning at a
poplar corner to the said Jos. Snodgrass and with a line of the same S 37 3/4
W 174 poles to a white oak on the old line of Horne's tract thence S 26 E 59
poles to a peach tree N 40 E 193 poles to a stake on a line of said Snodgrass
and with the said line N 45 W 60 3/4 poles to the beginning...
John E. Horne
Mary B. Horne
Recorded 28 Jun 1852. Martha Horne

9 Sep 1852 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 108:
<causes continued till the next term include:>
Sam'l Mahaffey & wife, petitioners, against E. H. Jamison's heirs, Defts.

31 Jan 1853 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 121:
<causes continued till the next term include:>
Sam'l Mahaffey & wife, petitioners, against E. H. Jamison's heirs, defts.

23 Feb 1853 -- Deed Bk. 21, page 342: Edward Snodgrass & Mary his wife to
Philip B. Snapp, all of Washington Co., VA...$1800 and a two horse wagon ...<in
installments>...two undivided sixths of a certain tract...in Washington Co., VA...
the same of which John Snodgrass s'r died siezed adjoining the lands of Joseph
Snodgrass 
deceased, now owned by Arthur Huton, and also adjoining the lands of Joseph Meek 

deceased now owned by the heirs of James Meek deceased and others said tract 
containing 280 acres or more including the farm whereon the said John Snodgrass
died ... 
the said Edward Snodgrass interest as a legal heir of said John Snodgrass deceased
who 
died intestate being one sixth of said undivided land and secondly to one half of two
other 
shares of one sixth each in said tract of land which I the said Edward Snodgrass and
my 
brother John purchased jointly of our brother Moses Snodgrass deceased and of our
sister Ellen Snodgrass deceased thus making our interest in said land equal to one
third of 
the whole tract of land which said one third of said tract of land...
Edward Snodgrass Mary Snodgrass
Recorded 25 Apr 1853. 
<see 29 Nov 1834, Deed Bk. 13, page 55> <see also 4 Jan 1854>

13 Apr 1853 -- (child) Snodgrass born, son of James M. & Ann Snodgrass (page 2).

14 Apr 1853 -- (child) Snodgrass died age 1m <sic>; reported by James M.
Snodgrass, 
father (page 2).

8 Jul 1853 -- Joseph F. Snodgrass born, son of James & Catharine Snodgrass;
reported by Jas.<Jos.?> Snodgrass, grandfather (page 5).

22 Aug 1853 -- Guardian Bonds: Levi Oak, guardian of Mary Eliza C. Crawford,
dau. of Arthur O. Crawford; Benjamin Snodgrass, security.

1 Nov 1853 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 144:
Elizabeth Snodgrass, plaintiff
against
Abram Snodgrass, defendant
This cause came on to be heard upon the bill of the plaintiff, the exhibits filed and 
the depositions of witnesses, and was argued by counsel, and it appearing to the
court 
that the subpoena in this cause has not been served on the deft. and that an order of 

publication against him has been duly executed by posting and publishing, and it
further 
appearing to the court by testimony filed in the cause that the defendant had
abandoned 
the plaintiff, for more than five years before the institution of this suit, it is therefore
adjudged, ordered and decreed, that a divorse A Vinenlo? Matrimonii be granted
to the plaintiff, but not granted the defendant. And it is further adjudged, ordered
and 
decreed, that the plaintiff recover against the defendant her costs by her in this behalf 

expended. And there being no reason, why this cause should longer remain upon the 

docket, it is ordered that the same be stricken therefrom.

3 Nov 1853 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 149:
Samuel Mahaffey & wife, plaintiffs
against
Jamison's heirs, defendants
This cause came on again to be heard upon the papers formerly read, and
it appearing to the court that the partition heretofore made has not been
entirely perfected by the conveyances, that were ordered pursuant to it, and
that from the death of parties and their situations, it is difficult to
procure their signatures to deeds and that the act in the new code on the
subject of partition makes it when affirmed, as operative as if deeds were
made, and it not appearing absolutely necessary to fully perfect the
conveyances, ordered between the parties, and that the reputed partition,
having been affirmed, will invest the parties with the title to the shares
assigned them. It is therefore ordered that this cause be stricken from
the docket, and that the costs be borne by the parties, according to their
several interests.

16 Dec 1853 -- Deed Bk. 21, page 544: Francis K. Snodgrass & Jane his wife to
James A. Bailey, all of Washington Co., VA...$800...one certain tract of land lying in 
Washington Co., VA containing 71 acres...and bounded as followeth to wit: 
Beginning at a black oak hickory and dogwood, thence with the old
lines N 54 E 60 poles to a white oak and walnut S 52 E 52 poles to a poplar
and walnut S 32 E 61 poles crossing a branch to a poplar sapling N 86 E 58
poles to 2 chesnuts S 67 W 65 poles to a fallen chesnut S 65 W 90 poles to a
double black oak, then for a division line between said Snodgrass and Susannah
J. Cox N 19 W 116 poles crossing said branch to the beginning, being the same
land conveyed to the said Francis K. Snodgrass by John P. Clark by deed
bearing date 19 Sep 1849...
Francis K. Snodgrass
Recorded 16 Dec 1853. Jane S. Snodgrass
Deed Bk. 22, page 107: Jane S. Snodgrass acknowledged her signature. This
certificate of acknowledgement was not recorded until 15 May 1854.

4 Jan 1854 -- Deed Bk. 22, page 38: John Snodgrass of Lee Co., VA, to Philip
B. Snapp of Washington Co., VA...$1800...2 undivided sixths of a certain tract
of land lying in Washington Co., VA, on the waters of the Middle fork of
Holston River north of said River being the same tract of which my father John
Snodgrass died seized, said tract was conveyed or willed to my father by my
grandfather John Snodgrass, said tract is also a part of the original tract which my 
grandfather John Snodgrass purchased of Thomas Bates the Patentee and
Elizabeth Bates his wife. The other part of said Bates tract being cut off
and assigned to my uncle Joseph Snodgrass by my Grandfather John Snodgrass
and now owned by Arthur Hutton. The tract herein conveyed also adjoins other
lands of Arthur Hutton and the lands of Joseph Meek sen'r deceased now owned
by the heirs of James Meek deceased. Said tract includes the farm on which my
father John Snodgrass lived up to the time of his death. Said tract
containing 280 acres ...one of the sixths shares conveyed descended to me
(the said John Snodgrass) as a legal heir from my father John Snodgrass deceased
and the second sixth conveyed is my interest in two undivided sixths of said
tract which I the said John Snodgrass and my brother Edward Snodgrass
purchased jointly and equally of our brother Moses Snodgrass deceased and of
our sister Ellen Snodgrass deceased...
John Snodgrass
Signature acknowledged in Washington Co., VA.
Recorded 24 Jan 1854.
<see also 29 Nov 1834 & 23 Feb 1853>
<see will of John Snodgrass, dated 8 Jun 1795>

11 Apr 1854 -- Will Bk. 13, page 160: Inventory of estate of Benjamin Glenn
by administrator Joseph Snodgrass.

15 Apr 1854 -- Ellen born, dau. of Ann, slave owned by Joseph Snodgrass.

4 May 1854 -- Will Bk. 13, page 178: Sale bill of estate of Benjamin Glenn
by administrator Joseph Snodgrass.

Aug 1854 -- Margaret born, dau. of Mary, slave owned by Sam'l M. Snodgrass;
reported by Jas. W. Davis, hirer.

4 Oct 1854 -- Phoebe Widener died of dysentery, age 45y; dau. of Jas. & Polly
Snodgrass; wife of Wm. S. Widener (page 4).

16 Feb 1855 -- Julina O. Snodgrass born, son of Jas. M. & Ann Snodgrass (page 20).

6 Apr 1855 -- Deed Bk. 22, page 380: James C. Snodgrass & Margaret L. his
wife to Robert E. Grant, all of Washington Co., VA...$350... all the right
title interest and claim which he the said James C. Snodgrass has in and to a
certain tract of land lying in Washington Co. on the Blue Spring road about
twelve miles East of Abingdon, and containing 220 acres...being the same tract
of land formerly belonging to Joseph Snodgrass and Samuel M. Snodgrass
deceased. The interest hereby intended to be conveyed, is the one undivided
fifth of the one undivided half, of the said tract, which descended to the said 
James C. Snodgrass by the death of his father the said Samuel M. Snodgrass 
deceased he having died instestate, leaving five children and heirs, of which the 
said James C. is one and as such entitled to the one undivided fifth of the interest 
of the said Samuel M. in the said tract of land ...
James C. Snodgrass
Recorded 25 Jun 1855. Margaret L. Snodgrass

27 Sep 1855 -- Phoebe Ann Snodgrass, 18, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Moses
& Margaret Snodgrass; married Samuel Larimer [or is it Larimore], 24, farmer, 
b. Washington Co., VA, son of Robert & Sally Larimer; by Noah C. Baldwin (page 275).

27 Oct 1855 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 247:
Nickerson Snead exrs. Adm'r etc., plaintiffs
against Edward H. Jamison's heirs, etc., defendants
<this case is continued on pages 247, 265, 292, 310, 366?, 343, & 371, and
Order Bk. C, pp. 27? & 90, however no futher mention is made of the Snodgrass
heirs of Edward H. Jamison, so we will not include the later extracts.>

30 Oct 1855 -- Deed Bk. 22, page 470: 
Margaret Snodgrass ... of Washington Co., VA, widow and relict of John Snodgrass s'r 
late of the same place deceased...$20 to her in hand ...by Philip B. Snapp of the same 
county & state ... and for the further consideration that the said Philip B. Snapp makes 
due and payable in current money in Virginia by the first day of May 1856, two certain 
notes executed by said Snapp one in favor of John Snodgrass j'r and the other to Edward 
Snodgrass, sons of the said Margaret Snodgrass (to be paid to them the s'd John & 
Edward Snodgrass) said notes bearing date 18 Jan 1853 for the sum of $600 each, which 
said notes were executed to the said John & Edward Snodgrass and made payable at the 
decease of the said Margaret Snodgrass, as the last payments on the purchase from the s'd 
John & Edward by the said Snapp of four undivided sixths in the tract of land upon which 
the said Margaret Snodgrass has resided and of which her husband John Snodgrass S'r 
died seized lying in Washington Co., VA, on the waters of the Middle fork adjoining the 
lands of Arthur Hutton James Meek deceased and others, containing 288 acres ...
Know ye that the said Margaret Snodgrass for the above named considerations hath 
granted, remised, released and forever quit claimed unto the said Philip B. Snapp ... 
five sixths of the dower and thirds (in the aforesaid tract of land) right & title of dower 
and thirds in five sixths and all other right title interest...
Recorded 1 Dec 1855. Margaret (her mark) Snodgrass

8 Nov 1855 -- Margaret Ann Snodgrass born, dau. of Joseph R. & Taymer / Faymer Snodgrass
(page 20).

29 Feb 1856 -- Deed Bk. 22, page 538: 
Mary Snodgrass of Washington Co., VA, to Benj'm F. Aker of Smyth Co., VA ... $1200 
... all her right title, claim & interest in a certain tract of land lying in Washington Co. and 
bounded as follows, on the west & east side by Philip P. Snapp, on the north by Arthur Huttons
and on the south side by James Meeks heirs, containing 46 acres of land being the said parcel of
land which was conveyed to the said Mary Snodgrass by the Commissioners of Washington
county, being a portion of the land owned by John Snodgrass dec'd which descended to the said 
party of the first part.
Recorded 29 Feb 1856. Mary (her mark) Snodgrass

11 Mar 1856 -- Deed Bk. 23, page 280: William Snodgrass & Eliza Snodgrass his wife to
Campbell E. Orr, all of Washington Co., VA...$250... all their right, title, interest, claim &
demand in and to a certain tract of land lying in Washington Co., VA, being their undivided
interest to wit: The one ninth part of the tract of land of which James Orr died seized and
possessed and which said undivided interest the said William Snodgrass & Eliza his wife,
formerly Eliza Orr, devised by descent from James Orr deceased, and bounded by the lands
of Parker Smith, James Clark & others...
William Snodgrass
Recorded 16 Feb 1857. Eliza Snodgrass

27 Apr 1856 -- Mary A. Snodgrass born, dau. of Jas. & Cath. Snodgrass (page 29).

8 May 1856 -- Martha Glenn Snodgrass, 19y 6m 19d, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of 
Samuel M. & Margaret Snodgrass; married Hugh McGinnis Grant, 26y 1d, dentist, 
b. Washington Co., VA, son of James & Elizabeth K. Grant; by James McChain (p. 172)

8 Sep 1856 -- Rebecca C. Snodgrass born, dau. of Wm. & Cath. Snodgrass (page 25). 
<possible error, see entry below>

8 Sep 1856 -- Rebecca C. Snodgrass died of fever, age 3y, dau. of Wm. & Cath. Snodgrass 
(page 10). <possible error, see entry above>

29 Sep 1856 -- Deed Bk. 22, page 346: Joseph Warsham & Nancy his wife to Jas. M. 
Snodgrass, Robert Warsham and Grandison Scott, all of Washington Co., VA...$1...
to be held in trust by them for the public, to build thereon a meeting house for the free 
religious worship...a lot of land to be laid off seven poles square at the forks of the creeks 
running from James Meadows and J. N. Logans respectively...
Joseph (his mark) Warsham
Recorded 10 Apr 1857. Nancy (his mark) Warsham

18 Oct 1856 -- Jas. A. Snodgrass died of fever, age 11m, son of Wm. & Cath. Snodgrass 
(page 10).

22 Jan 1857 -- Benjamin Snodgrass, b. 6 Nov 1781, died 22 Jan 1857, buried Old Glade 
Spring Cemetery.

22 Jan 1857 -- Benjamin Snodgrass, age 76y, died of diarrhea; son of David Snodgrass; 
husband of Elizth. Snodgrass (page 14).
[vss - Benjamin Snodgrass m. Elizabeth Fleming 1829]

24 Feb 1857 -- Will Bk. 12, page 45: 
Will of Sarah Crowe names her grandson James C. Williams, granddaughter Sarah E. Williams,
deceased daughters Margaret Kelley & Jane Williams, children William Crow, James Crow, 
Nancy Snodgrass, Mary Snodgrass, and Sarah E. Robinson. 
William Snodgrass witnessed signing of will.

8 Jun 1857 -- Deed Bk. 23, page 412: Andrew F. Moore to Jos. Snodgrass [Joseph 
Snodgrass] ... $5199.44 good & lawful money of the United States, payable as follows 
to wit: $3000 in hand paid, the remainder to be paid, when said Snodgrass gets 
possession of that portion of the land held by Dower right, by Martha Edmondson and 
at her death Ann Moore has Dower right to 2 fields on the south west corner of the said 
tract. $20 per acre reserved for Ann Moore claim until possession is given. The said 
Andrew F. Moore doth grant...parcel of land in Washington Co., VA, being the tract of 
land bequeathed to the said A. F. Moore by Samuel Moore dec'd adjoining the lands of 
A. Edmondson, the heirs of R. M. Buchanan & others, on the waters of the South
fork of Holston river, containing by survey 259 acres & 155 poles...and bounded as 
follows to wit: Beginning at a white oak on Hornes line corner to a tract of 100 rods 
square devised to Ann C., wife of the said Jos. Snodgrass by John Edmondson dec'd 
then S 44 3/4 E 91 poles to a double poplar and maple, thence N 37 E 100 poles to a 
whiteoak A. Edmondsons corner, thence N 39 1/2 E 27 poles to a whiteoak, thence N 23 
E 204 poles with Buchanans line to a white oak poplar and dogwood pointers on Gibsons 
line, thence N 60 3/4 W 83 poles to three black oaks stone inserted, Debusks corner, 
thence N 24 W 39 poles to a stake on Wm. Snodgrass line, thence S 66 W 37 poles 
with said line to 2 beeches near a branch S 36 1/2 W 86 poles, with Jas. S. Glenns line 
to a stake near a poplar on a ridge, thence S 30 W 50 poles to a stake, thence
S 41 1/2 W 37 1/2 poles to a stake thence S 44 3/4 W 107 poles to a stake, thence 
S 44 1/4 W 96 poles to the beginning ...
Recorded 23 Jun 1857. A. F. Moore

18 Sep 1857 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 308:
Robert E. Grant & wife, etc., plaintiffs
against Mary Jane Snodgrass etc., defendants
On the motion of John A. Campbell, guardian ad litem to the infant defendents in this 
suit, leave is given him to file his answer, which was sworn to in court and filed.

22 Sep 1857 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 317:
Robert E. Grant & wife etc., plaintiffs 
against Mary Jane Snodgrass etc., defendants
This cause came on this 22d day of September 1857 to be heard upon the bill of 
complainants, the answer of the guardian ad litem and exhibits filed, and was argued by 
counsel. And the court being of the opinion that the interest of the parties would be 
promoted by a partition of the slaves in the bill mentioned. It is therefore adjudged 
ordered and decreed that Thomas M. Preston, William C. Edmondson, David M. Stewart 
and John Eakin, or any three of them, who are hereby appointed commissioners for that 
purpose, do make partition of the slaves in the bill mentioned, assigning to each of the 
heirs of Samuel Snodgrass dec'd one fifth of said slaves in value and to the children and 
widow of Benjamin Snodgrass, dec'd, one fifth in value of said slaves, being the interest 
purchased of James Snodgrass; and in order to equalize the interests, the commissioners 
may require the parties to pay to each other sums of money and that they report their 
proceedings to the next term of the court and this cause in continued until the next term.

25 Nov 1857 -- Bond Book: Robert E. Grant is made guardian of Mary Jane Snodgrass
and William L. Snodgrass, children of Samuel M. Snodgrass. Also second bond wherein 
Robert E. Grant is made guardian of James C. Snodgrass & Martha G. Snodgrass, 
likewise children of Samuel M. Snodgrass.

11 Jun 1858 -- Rebecca Preston died of cancer, age 62y 5m; dau. of W. & C. [?] Snodgrass; 
wife of Saml. Preston; reported by A. J. Legard, daughter (page 17).
[vss - d/o William d. Jul 1830 & Sarah; m. Samuel Preston 1832]

31 Jul 1858 -- John Snodgrass born, son of W. & Cath. Snodgrass (page 41).

23 Sep 1858 -- Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery, Order Bk. B, page 370:
Robert E. Grant & wife etc., plaintiffs against
Snodgrass & others, defendants
This cause came on to be heard on this day, upon the papers formerly read, and the 
report of the commissioners appointed by a former decree of this court to make a 
partition of the slaves the bill & proceedings mentioned; and there being objection to 
said report, it is ordered that the same be affirmed and it is adjudged, ordered and 
decreed, that the parties to this suit, pay the costs according to their respective interests 
in said slaves; and there being no further reason for retaining this cause on the docket, 
it is ordered to be stricken therefrom.

9 Oct 1858 -- Deed Bk. 24, page 210: James Poston to James M. Snodgrass, both of
Washington Co., VA...Witnesseth that the said James Poston doth grant unto the said 
James M. Snodgrass and his heirs the following personal property to wit: one small bay 
mare and any increase of said mare, one cow and 2 heifers about 2 years old, 10 head of 
small hogs, about 25 bushels of corn...in trust to secure to Joseph Poston the payment of 
the sum of $100 with interest from this day... 
Recorded 9 Oct 1858. James Poston

3 Nov 1858 -- Rachel Snodgrass died of consumption, age 44y 3m 27d; dau. of
Alexander Robertson [vss - d/o Alexander Robinson]; wife of William Snodgrass (page 19).

15 Nov 1858 -- (Iona or Joana) Snodgrass born, dau. of J. M. & F./T. Snodgrass (p. 44)

20 Nov 1858 -- Eliza M. Snodgrass born, dau. of Joseph & Nancy Snodgrass (page 44)

4 Dec 1858 -- James Snodgrass married Catherine Stewart, by Ephn. E. Wiley (page 426).

29 Jan 1859 -- (or 27 Jan) Wm. Silvester Snodgrass, 20, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of James M. & Ann Snodgrass; m. Abigail Florence Murdock, 16, b. Washington 
Co., VA, dau. of Joseph M. & Martha Murdock; by Julius I. Davenport (page 429).

26 Jul 1859 -- Deed Bk. ?, page 392: Charles S. Beckern commissioner appointed by a 
decree at the January term 1855 of the County Court for Washington Co., in the suit of 
John E. Horn against Martha Horn & others of the one part & Joseph Snodgrass of the 
other part ...convey unto the said Snodgrass to whom the said Horn sold the land allotted 
to him in said suit, bounded as follows: Beginning at a poplar corner to said Snodgrass 
lands and with a line thereof S 37 3/4 W 174 poles to a white oak on an old line of the 
Horn tract thence S 26 E 59 poles to a peach tree N 40 E 193 poles to a stake on a line 
of said Snodgrass & with said line N 45 W 60 3/4 poles to the beginning and there is to 
be added 2 1/2 poles by extending the second and fourth lines to stakes described by the 
dotted lines on D. Jones plot filed in the above suit, said boundaries embrace 68 acres...
Charles S. Beckern
Recorded 26 Jul 1859. Commissioner

22 Sep 1859 -- William Snodgrass, 50y 7m, widower, b. Washington Co., VA, son
of James & Mary Snodgrass; married Jane Greer, 37, b. Washington Co., VA, dau.
of Joshua Greer (no return) (page 429).

24 Nov 1859 -- Mary Jane Snodgrass, 20, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Samuel M. &
Margaret Snodgrass; married John Buchanan Edmondson, 21, farmer, b. Washington Co., 
VA, son of Andrew & Rosannah Edmondson; by Wm. M. Stickley (page 134).

15 Dec 1859 -- Henry F. Snodgrass born, son of James & Amelia <Ann?> Snodgrass 
(page 48)

9 Feb 1860 -- John Edmondson Snodgrass, 26, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of Joseph & Ann Snodgrass; married Mary Ann Porter Buchanan, 
b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Russell M. & Rosannah Buchanan; by E. E. Wiley 
(page 429).

19 Apr 1860 -- Helen Q. M. Snodgrass, 18, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o James M. &
L. M. L. Snodgrass; married John L. Taylor, 18, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of Andrew & Nancy Taylor; by Julian T. Davenport (page 470).
--------------------------

1860 Washington Co VA Census 

??????
Joseph Snodgrass 44(49?)-M-VA farm laborer, $50/0
Tamar Snodgrass 40-F-VA 
Charles Snodgrass 20-M-VA farm laborer [Charles W. m1. Amanda; m2. Rebecca]
Sarah Snodgrass 11-F-VA 
Abram Snodgrass 7-M-VA 
Ann Snodgrass 4-F-VA 
Joanna Snodgrass 1-F-VA 

Western Dist., Saltville P.O., page 385, #135/135:
James M. Snodgrass 48-M-VA farmer, $2000/500 <d. bef. 22 Feb 1864>
Ann Snodgrass 47-F-VA 
William Snodgrass 21-M-VA farm laborer <William Sylvester Snodgrass>
Abigail Snodgrass 19-F-VA spinster <Abigail Florence Murdock>
Eliza Snodgrass 18-F-VA weaver <Ella E.; m. 1861>
Julina Snodgrass 5-F-VA 
Henry Snodgrass 5/12-M-VA 

Emory P.O., page 442, #538/526:
E. A. Robinson 53-M-VA farmer, $10000/7000
Rebecca Robinson 38-F-VA
John Robinson 2-M-VA
James Edmondson 18-M-VA farm laborer
James Barton 16-M-VA farm laborer
Sallie Fulton/Hutton 80-F-VA
Mary Snodgrass 35-F-VA seamstress

Saltville P.O., page 448, #596/593:
David Snodgrass 68-M-VA farmer, 0/$100
Mary Snodgrass 68-F-VA 

Emory P.O., page 466, #739/716:
Elizabeth Snodgrass 52-F-VA housekeeper, $4000/4000 <m. 1863 James Grant>
[Elizabeth Fleming m. 1829 Benjamin Snodgrass (d. 1857)]
William Snodgrass 22-M-VA farmer, $4000/4000
David Snodgrass 20-M-VA farmer, $4000/4000 [David G. s/o Benj. & Elizabeth]
<m. 15 May 1866 Sallie M. Grant; died 12 Dec 1866>
Rebecca Flemming 17-F-TN [who is she?]

Lodi P.O., page 514, #1119/1074:
James Snodgrass 29-M-VA farmer, $2000/500
Catharine Snodgrass 29-F-VA 
Joseph Snodgrass 8-M-VA 
Mary Snodgrass 5-F-VA 
Thomas Stewart 26-M-VA farm laborer

#1120/1075:
Joseph Snodgrass 56-M-VA farmer, $5000/1500
Nancy Snodgrass 44-F-VA 
William Snodgrass 20-M-VA farmer
Sallie Snodgrass 17-F-VA spinster
James Snodgrass 15-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 12-F-VA
Edward Snodgrass 10-M-VA
John Snodgrass 8-M-VA
(page 515)
Elisa Snodgrass 1-F-VA
Rebecca Snodgrass 7-F-VA

Liberty Hall P.O., page 515, #1122/1077:
Margaret Snodgrass 46-F-VA housekeeper, $1500/200
Margaret Snodgrass 20-F-VA spinster
Mary Snodgrass 18-F-VA weaver
Elizabeth Snodgrass 16-F-VA spinster
Sarah Snodgrass 12-F-VA

#1126/1081:
Joseph Snodgrass 52-M-VA farmer, $6400/7500
Ann Snodgrass 48-F-VA 
William Snodgrass 21-M-VA farmer <m. 20 Aug 1863>
Samuel Snodgrass 17-M-VA farmer <d. 4 May 1863>
Martha Snodgrass 14-F-VA
Florence Snodgrass 12-F-VA
Mary Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Henry Snodgrass 2-M-VA

#1127/1182:
John Snodgrass 27-M-VA farmer, $200/0
Mary Snodgrass 21-F-VA

page 517, #1142/1097:
William Snodgrass 51-M-VA farmer, $800/300
Nancy Snodgrass 36-F-VA 
Elizabeth Snodgrass 17-F-VA spinster
John Snodgrass 13-M-VA
James Snodgrass 9-M-VA

#1143/1098:
Charles Elliott 40-M-NC farmer, $100/300
Margert Elliott 42-F-VA
Mary Elliott 9-F-VA
Elizabeth Snodgrass 58-F-VA

Goodson P.O., page 705, #2493/2431:
William Snodgrass 37-M-TN farm laborer, $50/0
Catharine Snodgrass 37-F-VA housekeeper
Margaret Snodgrass 14-F-VA
Nancy Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Mary Snodgrass 9-F-VA
John Snodgrass 2?-M-VA
<m. 26 Aug 1847 Washington Co., TN; 1870 Sullivan Co., TN>
----------------------------

11 Oct 1860 -- William Moore Snodgrass, 22y 9m, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of Joseph & Ann Snodgrass; married Margaret Snodgrass, 20y 11m, 
b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Moses & Margaret L. Snodgrass (no return) 
(page 429).

2 Apr 1861 -- Ella E. Snodgrass, 19, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of James M. & 
Mary Snodgrass; married David Worley, 32, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co., 
VA, son of Michael & Elizabeth Worley; by Julius I. Davenport (page 504).

30 Dec 1861 -- Deed Bk. 25, page 422: William Carson & Margarett A. his wife of 
Washington Co., VA, to William Snodgrass of Johnson Co., TN ...$2100...a certain 
tract of land lying in Washington Co., VA, on the north side of Middle Fork of Holston
river containing by survey 112 7/8th acres, Bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at a 
black oak, corner to lands A. D. Hutton thence S 50 W 30 poles to a stake in the 
division line between F. E. Horn? and said Carson, thence a division line S 38 
E 72 poles to a pile of rock, thence S 40 W 6 1/2 poles to a stake in a field S 23 1/2 
E 29 poles to a stake near a lane S 49 W 8 poles to a stake S 30 1/2 E 126 poles 
to a stake or a rock S 88 1/4 E 19 poles to a large dogwood on a ridge S 21 
E 59 poles to a red oak on the river bank, thence up the river meanderin the same, to 
a buckeye and hickory corner to Roberts land thence N 77 W 43 to 2 white oaks, 
corner to McCall's land, thence N 40 W 223 poles to the beginning ...
William Carson
Recorded 28 Apr 1862. Margarett A. Carson

4 Dec 1862 -- Benjamine Snodgrass, 27y 5m 11d, farming, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of Joseph & Ann Snodgrass; married Sarah Ann Snodgrass, 19y 10m 11d, 
b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Joseph & Nancy Snodgrass; by R. S. Base 
(page 430).

4 May 1863 -- Samuel M. Snodgrass, son of <James/Joseph?> Snodgrass, 
b. 2 Nov 1843, died 4 May 1863, bur. Rock Spring Cemetery.

25 May 1863 -- Will Bk. 16, page 32: Mary Ann Snodgrass made administratrix 
of estate of James M. Snodgrass, who died 1 May 1862.

20 Aug 1863 -- Wm. Snodgrass, 22y 5m, farming, b. Washington Co., VA, son of 
Joseph & Nancy Snodgrass; married Mary E. Edmondson, 23, b. Washington Co., 
VA, dau. of Wm. M. & Matilda Edmondson; by James O. Speer (page 430).

23 Aug 1863 -- David Snodgrass, 72, widower, farming, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of Joseph & Ann Snodgrass; married Eliza Jane Little, 46y 9m, widow, 
b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of James & Catherine Browning; by E. Longley 
(page 430).

4 Nov 1863 -- Deed Bk. 26, page 141: Elizabeth C. Snodgrass to Arthur D. Hutton 
trustee, both of Washington Co., VA ... whereas the said Elizabeth C. Snodgrass being 
about to intermarry with James Grant of the said county and wishing to secure to the 
sole use and behoof of herself and her children whatever estate real or personal she 
now possesses or may hereafter acquire in any manner whatsoever doth by these 
presents transfer ... to the said Hutton trustee for the purpose hereinbefore expressed 
all the real and personal estate which the said Elizabeth C. Snodgrass now owns free 
from the use and control of him the said James Grant and not subject to the payment
of any debt or debts which he may now owe or which he may hereafter contract,
which real and personal estate consists of the following property to wit. The said 
Elizabeth C. Snodgrass dower interest in the real estate of Benjamin Snodgrass 
deceased, one slave named Bonney, one slave named Sam, one slave named Mana, 
and one slave named Martha, four head of horses, fourteen head of cattle, 20 head 
of sheep and sixteen head of hogs, one confederate bond amounting to $1000, 
farming utencels, household & kitchen furniture and all other personal property 
whatever...
Elizabeth C. Snodgrass
A. D. Hutton trustee etc.
Witnesses: James O. Speer Robt. L. C. Hutton
Recorded 25 Jan 1864.

5 Nov 1863 -- Elizabeth C. Snodgrass, 57, widow, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of 
James & Martha Flemming; married James Grant, 60y 10m, widower, farmer, 
b. Washington Co., VA, son of James & Jenet Grant; by James O. Speer (page 173). 
[widow of Benjamin Snodgrass]

22 Feb 1864 -- Guardian Bonds: Henry Davenport, guardian of Juline O. Snodgrass & 
Henry F. Snodgrass, children of James M. Snodgrass; Milton Y. Heiskell, security.

14 Apr 1864 -- Elizabeth C. Snodgrass, 20, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Wm. & 
Rachel Snodgrass; married Wm. H. Hammond, 21, carpenter, b. Washington Co., VA, 
res. Elbert Co., GA, son of F. W. & Tensy Hammond; by N. C. Baldwin.

25 Jul 1864 -- Will Bk. 16, page 215: Inventory of estate of John E. Snodgrass, by 
Joseph Snodgrass. Inventory includes $1200 in old issue Confederate money. Sales 
include some to B. Snodgrass & Joseph Snodgrass.

22 Sep 1864 -- Wm. L. Snodgrass, 22y 6m, farming, b. Washington Co., VA, son of 
Samuel & Margaret Snodgrass; married Sarah L. Grant, 23, b. Washington Co., VA, 
dau. of Gardner & Mary Grant; by Geo. R. Barr (page 431).

26 Sep 1864 -- Guardian Bonds: Charles W. Webb, guardian of Martha Ann 
Snodgrass, dau. of William S. Snodgrass; John Webb & A. Linder, securities.

28 Oct 1864 -- Deed Bk. 26, page 211 <faded film>: Mary Ann Snodgrass to 
Julina O. Snodgrass and Henry Francis Snodgrass children of the said Mary Ann 
Snodgrass and James M. Snodgrass her husband now deceased, all of Washington 
Co., VA...for & in consideration of the natural love and affection which she the said 
Mary Ann Snodgrass bears toward her two children the said Julina O. & Henry F. 
Snodgrass doth give ... any interest or claim that she may now have in all the real 
estate of her late husband ... also any claim that she may have against the estate of her 
husband for money paid by her as Administratrix which can be ascertained from her 
Settlement of said estate, one bay mare with a white star on her forehead about 4 years
old, two milch cows, 10 head of sheep, 2 feather beds, bedsteads and necessary
bedding for the same, 8 head of hogs, 3 stands of bees, reserving however her life 
interest in the real estate and one half of the increase of the personal property hereby
itemized ...
Recorded 28 Oct 1864. Mary Ann (her mark) Snodgrass

3 Nov 1864 -- Mary Ann Snodgrass, 47, widow, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of 
Moses & Mary Whitaker; married John R. Jackson, 53y 3m, widower, farmer, 
b. Russell Co., VA, son of Wm. & Mary Jackson; by J. I. Davenport (page 244).

21 Sep 1865 -- Mary Ellen Snodgrass, 22, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of Moses & 
Margaret Snodgrass; m.. John Francis Cook, carpenter, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of Jno. & Mary Cook (page 78).

21 Jan 1866 -- Will Bk. 16, page 364: Inventory of estate of William J. Snodgrass, 
includes note on Wm. C. Edmondson due 23 Aug 1858 for $414.61.

15 May 1866 -- David G. Snodgrass, 26, farmer, b. Albermarle Co., VA, son of 
Benjamin & Elizabeth Snodgrass; married Sallie M. Grant, 26, b. Washington Co., 
VA, dau. of James & Elizabeth Grant; by Henry M. White (page 432).
[David G. Snodgrass s/o Benjamin Snodgrass & Elizabeth Fleming]

13 Oct 1866 -- Deed Bk. 26, page 410: Know all men by these presents that I 
Jane S. Snodgrass formerly Jane S. Galliher of Owsley Co., KY, do make ... 
Speed C. Cole of the county & state aforesaid my true and lawful attorney to 
collect & receive all dues and demands, interest, claim or claims that may be 
coming to me from my fathers estate John Galliher of Washington Co., VA,
either by debt contract or devise, to sue or be sued in my name and dispose of 
said estate by sale or as he may otherwise think best, hereby giving full faith and 
credit to all his acts as such.
Given under my hand 13th October 1866. Jane S. Snodgrass
Recorded 20 Nov 1866.
[vss - see Owsley & Lee Co KY - Speed Cole m. America Snodgrass
d/o Francis K. Snodgrass & Jane S. Galliher]

12 Dec 1866 -- David G. Snodgrass, b. 28 Oct 1838, died 12 Dec 1866 
age 28y 2m 4d, buried Old Glade Spring Cemetery.

16 Mar 1867 -- Will Bk. 17, page 217: Inventory of estate of David G. Snodgrass 
by William Snodgrass. Items: Wm. G. Crowe, S. A. Edmondson, John Eakin, E. C. 
Snodgrass, H. M. Grant, 1200 # iron.

19 Aug 1869 -- Juliana O. Snodgrass, 15, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of 
Jas. Snodgrass; married Francis N. Webb, 19, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
son of John & Mary Ann Webb; by J. I. Davenport (page 507).
[see a marriage 1872 Lee Co VA, the R. B. Webb there is also s/o J & M Webb ...]

27 Sep 1869 -- Guardian Bonds: Phebe Ann Larimore, guardian of Sarah Jane 
Larimore and Laura Larimore, daughters of Samuel M. Larimore; Margaret L. 
Snodgrass, security.

25 Nov 1869 -- Sarah J. Snodgrass, 23, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of J. R. & I. 
Snodgrass, married Harvey H. Hilton, 21, farmer, b. & res. Russell Co., son of 
N. & M. Hilton; by Alex Little (page 210).

30 Dec 1869 -- Martha A. Snodgrass, 23, b. Washington Co., VA, dau. of 
J. & A. Snodgrass, married Wm. R. Buchanan, 30, b. Washington Co., VA, son of 
R. & R. Buchanan; by Joseph Hashern.
-------------------

The following deeds are also in the index, but the deeds have not been filmed, and are 
therefore available only in the courthouse in Washington Co., VA:

Deed Bk. 27, page 676: Jas. M. Snodgrass's heirs from A. G. Thompson Atty. in fact.
Deed Bk. 31, page 277: Joseph Snodgrass & wife to Wm. M. Snodgrass.
Deed Bk. 31, page 505: Joseph Snodgrass to James Snodgrass.
Deed Bk. 32, page 242: W. L. Snodgrass from A. A. McConnell.
--------------------------

1870 Washington Co VA Census 

Abington Twp., pg. 20A, #130/131:
Hugh M. Grant 37-M-VA D.D.S. & M.D.
Martha G. Grant 39-F-VA 
<Martha Glenn Snodgrass; m. 8 May 1856, Washington Co., VA>
Bettie I. Grant 13-F-VA 
Margaret E. Grant 11-F-VA 
Charles W. Grant 9-M-VA
Samuel F. Grant 7-M-VA
Kate C. Grant 4-F-VA
Lelia B. Grant 1m-F-VA b. May
Kate Evans 22-F-VA house keeper
Mary Grant 13-F-VA (black) domestic 

Glade Spring Twp., pg. 60A, #101/105:
M. Snodgrass 55-F-VA keeping house, $1500/300
Phoebe Snodgrass 35-F-VA no occupation
Sallie Snodgrass 21-F-VA 
Marion Cook 1-M-VA
Sarah Larmer? 10-F-VA
Lavina Larmer? 6-F-VA

#102/107:
Wm. Snodgrass 29-M-VA farmer, 0/$100
Mary Snodgrass 30-F-VA housekeeper
M. K.? Snodgrass 5-F-VA
W. J. Snodgrass 3-M-VA
Jas. H. Snodgrass 1-M-VA
M. J. King? 12-F-VA no occupation

#104/109:
Jas.<Jos.?> Snodgrass 47-M-VA farmer, $3000/500 [Joseph]
Nancy Snodgrass 40-F-VA 
Mary Snodgrass 24-F-VA 
Edward Snodgrass 21-M-VA farmer [Edward C.]
Rebecca Snodgrass 19-F-VA 
John Snodgrass 15-M-VA 
Eliza Snodgrass 13-F-VA 

pg. 61, #112/117:
W. Snodgrass 60-M-VA farmer, $1100/300 [William Snodgrass]
E. Hammunde 27-F-VA <Elizabeth C. Snodgrass> 
[d/o William & Rachel; m. William H. Hammond]
Jno Snodgrass 23-M-VA clerk in store
Alex Snodgrass 20-M-VA farmer
H. R. Hammunde 3-F-VA 

pg. 68, #202/208:
James Grant 67-M-VA keeping house, $3200/900
Elizabeth Grant 62-F-VA no occupation <Elizabeth (Flemming) Snodgrass>
S. A. Snodgrass 30-F-VA no occupation [m2. Henry H. Edmondson]
<Sarah Grant, d/o James; widow of David G. Snodgrass [m. May 1866, d. Dec 1866]
& therefore is dau.-in-law and step-daughter of Elizabeth>
A. C. Snodgrass 3-M-VA [David G. Snodgrass s/o David G. & Sarah M. Grant]
Robert Foster 14-M-VA (black) laborer
Ambrose Brown 74-M-VA (black) laborer

#207/213:
Wm. Snodgrass 46-M-VA farmer
Eliza Snodgrass 27-F-VA 
W. F. Barker 12-M-VA laborer

Goodson Twp., pg. 110, #431/456:
Wm. L. Snodgrass 28-M-VA farmer, $1800/350

1st Division, P.O. Abingdon, pg. 192, #107/119:
Moses Whitaker 35-M-VA blacksmith, 0/$125
Moses<?> Whitaker 24-F-VA cook<sic>

Ann Snodgrass 52-M<sic>-VA farmer <sic>
Jones R.<?> Snodgrass 48-F<sic>-VA keeping house <sic>
Tabitha Snodgrass 18-M<sic>-VA laborer <sic>
A. B. Snodgrass 14-F-VA domestic
Margaret Snodgrass 12-F-VA domestic
Jenna? Snodgrass 11-F-VA domestic
America Snodgrass 34-M-VA (black) laborer
<note: The census-taker obviously got some of the data for this family mixed up; 
if you move all the data down one line, it fits better.>

Saltville Twp., pg. 205A, #76/76:
Ann Snodgrass 24-F-VA hyring, $250/0

pg. 210A, #157/157:
Josh Snodgrass 55-M-VA farmer <Joseph>
Tamor Snodgrass 46-F-VA 
Ann Snodgrass 15-F-VA
Joanna Snodgrass 13-F-VA
Mary Snodgrass 8-F-VA
Abram Snodgrass 18-M-VA
Florence Snodgrass 16-F-VA
-------------------------- 

1870 -- Bettie P. Snodgrass born in Glade Spring Twp., d/o Wm. & Mary Snodgrass 
(page 56).

17 Aug 1870 -- Mahala Snodgrass born in Saltville Twp., d/o C. C. & Amanda
Snodgrass (pg. 55). [d/o Charles W. & Amanda]

1 Dec 1870 -- Geo. Melvin Snodgrass, 19, farmer, b. Lee Co., VA, res. Wise Co., VA, 
s/o Jno. H. & Betty Snodgrass; married Laura Rebecca Adkins, 21, b. Washington Co., 
VA, d/o W. & Adeline Adkins; by Geo. R. Barr (pg. 435).

22 Feb 1871 -- Mrs. Sallie Snodgrass, 26, widow, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o James &
Elizabeth A. Grant; married Henry H. Edmonson, 22, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
s/o Wm. M. & Matilda Edmonson; by N. C. Baldwin (pg. 135).
[vss - this record needs verified, Sarah Grant m1. David G. Snodgrass in May 1866 when 
she was 26 - she is widow age 30 on 1870 census]

1 Jul 1871 -- Will Bk. 17, pg. 551: Accounting of estate of David Snodgrass by James 
Grant, includes same 1200 # iron as in David's inventory (see 16 Mar 1867). Also item 
"received of Robert E. Grant, Administrator of Benjamin Snodgrass of whom David 
Snodgrass is one of the heirs ...," other names mentioned include J. W. Blankenbeckler, 
H. M. Grant, Joseph S. Eakin, J. H. Ernest, W. W. Williams, Benjamin Glenn, A. D. 
Hutton, etc., and it also states that Elizabeth Snodgrass, mother of William, is still alive.

2 Sep 1871 -- Will Bk. 17, pg. 550: Accounting of estate of William Snodgrass by 
James Grant, includes note on Wm. C. Edmondson for $414.61, which is due 
24 Aug 1858. Explains David Snodgrass was formerly administrator, heir, and 
distributee, but he died, so James Grant took on the administration of both William 
Snodgrass and David Snodgrass estates.

13 Sep 1871 -- Sarah M. Snodgrass, 19, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Joseph & Ann C.
Snodgrass; married Rufus Haward, 20, b. & res. Russell Co., VA, s/o John & Jane Haward 
(pg. 211).

27 Nov 1871 -- Guardian Bonds: Henry H. Edmondson, guardian of David G. 
Snodgrass, s/o David G. Snodgrass; Robert Hutton, security and other bondsmen 
John E. Horne, John McCall, D. B. Hawthorn, & W. B. McKee.

25 Dec 1871 -- Joseph Snodgrass, b. 16 Jun 1803, d. 25 Dec 1871, buried Old 
Glade Spring Cemetery.

22 Jan 1872 -- Will Bk. 18, pg. 38: Will of Joseph Snodgrass, names wife Nancy, 
children William, Edward C., John, Sally Ann, Mary Jane, Rebecca P., Eliza M.. 
Land to wife until her demise, then to children. James Snodgrass witnesses the will.

3 Jan 1873 -- Edward C. Snodgrass, 24, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
Jas.<Jos.?> & Nancy Snodgrass; married Mary S. L. Logan, 17, b. Franklin Co.,
TN; d/o J. W. & Mary E. Logan; by H. M. White (pg. 437).
[son of Joseph & Nancy]

20 May 1873 -- Polly Ann Snodgrass, b. 27 Apr 1856, d. 20 May 1873, buried
Rock Spring Cemetery.

7 Jan 1874 -- Sarah C. Snodgrass, 26, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Joseph &
Margaret Snodgrass; married James H. Copenhauer, 33, farmer, b. & res. Smythe
Co., VA, s/o Henry & Barbara Copenhauer; married by H. M. White (pg. 83).

22 Jun 1875 -- Rebecca Snodgrass, 17, b. Ohio Co., VA, d/o David A. & Mary
J. Snodgrass; married Thomas W. Noble, 42, widower, civil engineer, b. New Jersey, 
s/o John S. & Eliza A. Noble; by E. H. Barnett (pg. 348).
[vss - 6 Nov 1852 Ohio Co (WV) - David Snodgrass s/o John (d. 1857 Ohio Co VA) & 
Rebecca m. Mary Jane Delaplane; their dau Rebecca was b. 30 Nov 1858]

15 Jul 1875 -- Margaret Ann Snodgrass, 20, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o
Joseph Snodgrass; married Thomas R. Hicks, 28, farmer, b. Tennessee, s/o
John & Catha Hicks; by A. Little (pg. 213).

4 Aug 1875 -- Will Bk. 19, pg. 219: Administration of estate of David Snodgrass 
by H. H. Edmondson, who is also guardian of David Snodgrass.

4 Aug 1875 -- Will Bk. 19, pg. 220: Administration of estate of William Snodgrass, 
by H. H. Edmondson.

14 Jul 1876 -- Amanda J. Snodgrass, w/o C. W. Snodgrass, b. 15 Jun 1845,
d. 14 Jul 1876, buried Snodgrass Cemetery <prob. w/o Charles W.>

8 Nov 1876 -- Rebecca J. Snodgrass, 22, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Joseph
& Nancy Snodgrass; married John W. McFaddin, 24, farmer, b. Decalb Co., AL,
s/o Moses & Elizabeth McSpaddin (pg. 302).

15 Feb 1877 -- Charles W. Snodgrass, 37, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co.,
VA, s/o Jos. R. & Tema Snodgrass; married Rebecca Worley, 38, b. Floyd Co.,
VA, d/o Edmond & Martha Worley; by Henry Taylor (pg. 440).

4 Sep 1877 -- Deed Bk. 34, pg. 387: William Snodgrass and Mary E. Elliot &
Charles Elliot sell to William R. Crow for $1500, 95+ acres adjacent Debusk,
Crow, William Crow, and Glenn, and 12 bought from Joseph Snodgrass and
adjacent James Debusk, A. B. Edmondson, James Snodgrass, James S. Glenn,
and Snodgrass.

10 Oct 1877 -- John Snodgrass, 26, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o Jos.
& Nancy Snodgrass; married Alice E. Kelly, 17, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o
Pleasant & Nancy J. Kelley (pg. 441).

4 Sep 1878 -- Eliza M. Snodgrass, 18, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Joseph &
Nancy Snodgrass; married Frank B. Copenhover, 21, farmer, b. Washington Co.,
VA, s/o Valentine & Rebecca J. Copenhover (pg. 86).

15 Sep 1878 -- Joseph Snodgrass, b. 20 Feb 1808, d. 15 Sep 1878, buried Rock
Spring Cemetery.

23 Sep 1878 -- Will Bk. 20, pg. 79: Will of Joseph Snodgrass <when dated?>,
names wife Ann, children James, William (these two to be administrators),
Henry H., Benjamin, Elizabeth McCall, Martha A. Buchanan, Florence & Jane,
Sarah M. Howard, and Martha L. E. Snodgrass "the heir of John Snodgrass
deceased." Land adjoins Redshaws, part of Redshaw land goes to Henry H.

17 Jan 1879 -- Will Bk. 20, pg. 115: Appraisal of estate of Joseph Snodgrass
by executors Wm. M. Snodgrass & James Snodgrass. Buyers include Ann C.
Snodgrass [the widow], Joseph Snodgrass, & J. H. Snodgrass.

11 Feb 1879 -- Catherine D. Snodgrass, w/o James Snodgrass, b. 25 Apr 1828, 
d. 11 Feb 1879, buried Rock Spring Cemetery.

26 Nov 1879 -- Will Bk. 20, pg. 188: David Snodgrass [dec'd], administrator de bonis
non is H. H. Edmondson who is "Guardian of David Snodgrass Jr." and
Administrator d. b. n. of William, also.

25 Mar 1880 -- Joseph H. Snodgrass, 22, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
Joseph & Ann Snodgrass; married Elizabeth J. Robinson, 22, b. Washington Co.,
VA, d/o James & Mary Ann Robinson (pg. 443).

27 May 1880 -- Will Bk. 20, pg. 314: Accounting of estate of Joseph Snodgrass
by Executors James Snodgrass & William Snodgrass. Paid J. H. Snodgrass;
received money from Benjamin Snodgrass & John Glenn, et al. 
------------------------------

1880 Washington Co VA Census/Soundex

Abingdon Dist., 32-92-8-4:
Wade H. Adkins
***
George M. Snodgrass 29-M-VA
Laura Snodgrass 31-F-VA
Nannie Snodgrass 9m-F-VA
Wade Snodgrass 5-M-VA

Glade Springs, #111:
William Snodgrass 56-M-VA/VA/VA
Eliza P. Snodgrass 47-F-VA/VA/VA

Glade Spring Dist., 32-94-35-32, #304
William Snodgrass 39-M-VA
Mary E. Snodgrass 40-F-VA wife
Matilda J. Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
William J. Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Joseph H. Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Bettie Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
Wedding J. Snodgrass 7-M-VA son
Robert Snodgrass 5-M-VA son
Walter Snodgrass 8m-M-VA son, b. Oct 1879

32-94-46-42, #405:
Nancy J. Kelly
***
John Snodgrass 28-M-VA son-in-law
Alice Snodgrass 19-F-VA daughter
Oscar A. Snodgrass 1-M-VA grandson

Goodson Dist., #270:
William Snodgrass 65-M-TN/TN/TN
Catharine Snodgrass 49-F-VA/VA/VA wife
John Snodgrass 22-M-VA/TN/VA son
Eliza J. Snodgrass 22-F-VA daughter-in-law
Martha Snodgrass 20-F-VA/TN/VA daughter
Josephine Snodgrass 16-F-VA/TN/VA daughter
William Snodgrass 7-M-VA grandson

32-96-39-33:
William Snodgrass 38-M-VA
Latetia Snodgrass 39-F-VA wife
Mattie Snodgrass 14-F-VA daughter
Samuel Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Toliever Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Addie Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
Bettie Snodgrass 4-F-VA daughter
Buford Snodgrass 2-M-VA son

Saltville Dist., 32-99-16-1:
Charles Snodgrass 39-M-VA 
[Charles W. s/o Joseph R. m1. Amanda d. 1876]
Rebecca Snodgrass 39-F-VA wife [Rebecca Worley m. 1877]
William Snodgrass 15-M-VA son
Maggie Snodgrass 12-F-VA daughter
Mahalia Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
David Snodgrass 7-M-VA son
Stonewall Snodgrass 9m-M-VA son
David Snodgrass 94-M-VA father

Holston Dist., 32-100-8-34:
Edw. Snodgrass 30-M-VA [Edward C. s/o Joseph & Nancy]
Mary S. Snodgrass 24-F-VA wife
Thomas Snodgrass 6-M-VA son
Charles Snodgrass 4-M-VA son
Cora Bell Snodgrass 2-F-VA daughter

32-100-13-10:
Wm. N. Snodgrass 42-M-VA
Margaret Snodgrass 40-F-VA wife
Moses F. Snodgrass 10-M-VA son

32-100-13-13:
Ann C. Snodgrass 67-F-VA 
Joseph H. Snodgrass 22-M-VA son
Elizabeth Snodgrass 22-F-VA daughter-in-law
Florence C. Snodgrass 30-F-VA daughter
Ginnie Snodgrass 24-F-VA daughter
------------------------ 

17 Jul 1880 -- James Snodgrass, 49, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA,
s/o Joseph & Ann Snodgrass; married Amanda L. G. Buchanan, 34, b. Washington 
Co., VA, d/o Russell M. & Rosannah Buchanan; by B. W. S. Bishop (pg. 443).

7 Nov 1880 -- Francis M. Snodgrass, s/o John & A. E. Snodgrass, born & died
7 Nov 1880, buried Old Glade Springs Cemetery.

12 Dec 1882 -- Lilburn S. Snodgrass, 24, merchant, b. Sullivan Co., TN, s/o ___; 
married Margaret Barnes, 34, widow, b. Russell Co., VA, d/o William & Rosa Cooper; 
by A. H. Ingle (pg. 445).
[vss - s/o William H. Snodgrass & Ellen Snodgrass; Lilburn H. Snodgrass & 
Margaret E. are on 1900 Sullivan Co TN]

29 Oct 1884 -- Annie C. Snodgrass, b. 29 Dec 1812, d. 29 Oct 1884, age 71y 8m,
bur. Rock Spring Cemetery.

22 Dec 1884 -- Will Bk. 22, pg. 87: Will of Ann C. Snodgrass, names children
William M. Snodgrass, Sarah M. Howard, Florence C. Snodgrass, and Mary Jane
Snodgrass. J. H. Snodgrass is administrator (account in Will Bk. 22, pg. 134).

8 Aug 1885 -- Will Bk. 22, pg. 176: Sale Bill of Anna C. Snodgrass. Purchasers include 
William M. Snodgrass, Joseph H. Snodgrass, J. H. Snodgrass, James Snodgrass, 
J. Snodgrass, & F. Snodgrass.

14 Oct 1885 -- David G. Snodgrass, 20, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
D. G. & Sallie M. Snodgrass; married Lydia B. Edmondson, 17, b. Washington
Co., Va, d/o John W. & Martha Edmondson; by J. R. Harrison (pg. 447).

25 Feb 1886 -- Margaret A. Snodgrass, 18, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o C. W.
Snodgrass; married Van B. Caywood, 24, widower, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA,
s/o Berry & Mary Caywood; married by John E. Grace (pg. 92).

28 Oct 1886 -- Will Bk. 22, pg. 323: H. H. Edmondson is "Administrator d.b.n.
of David G. Snodgrass, deceased" and is "Guardian of D. G. Snodgrass."

8 Dec 1887 -- Mattie L. Snodgrass, 24, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o John &
Porter Snodgrass; married George L. Counts, 25, farmer, b. & res. Russell
Co., VA, s/o David & Mary Counts; by J. L. M. Forrest Jr. (pg. 94).

26 Aug 1888 -- Gordon E. Snodgrass, s/o D. G. & L. B. Snodgrass, b. 26 Apr 1888, 
d. 26 Aug 1888, buried Old Glade Spring Cemetery (or buried Greenfield Cemetery).

19 Dec 1888 -- Joseph T. Snodgrass, b. 6 Jul 1853, d. 19 Dec 1888, age 35y 5m 13d, 
buried Rock Spring Cemetery.

24 Dec 1888 -- Will Bk. 23, pg. 277: Will of Joseph T. Snodgrass <dated
when?>, names wife Mary A. Snodgrass, son Tyler F. Snodgrass, brother
William J. Snodgrass; father James Snodgrass to be executor.

24 Apr 1889 -- Mrs. Eliza Snodgrass, d. 24 Apr 1889, age "about 59 years,"
bur. Rock Spring Cemetery.

2 May 1889 -- Will Bk. 23, pg. 312: Will of James Snodgrass names wife Amanda
G. <first wife was Catherine Stewart>, son William Snodgrass <W.J.> to
receive 60 acres, has land beside Buckhannon. Sister is Martha Ann Buchanan.
William R. Snodgrass witnesses will.

4 Aug 1889 -- W. J. Snodgrass, 22, school teacher, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
William & Mary E. Snodgrass; married Sarah E. M. M. Ryburn, 24, b. Washington
Co., VA, d/o W. S. Ryburn; by Frank McCutshan (pg. 452).

28 Jan 1890 -- Wm. F. Snodgrass, 25, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o C. W. & 
A. J. Snodgrass; married Elizabeth E. Wolfe, 40, b. Smyth Co., VA, d/o M. R. & 
Malinda Wolfe; by H. Taylor (pg. 452).

22 Jun 1890 -- Mary Snodgrass, b. 9 Jul 1802, d. 22 Jun 1890, buried Old
Glade Spring Cemetery.

Nov 1891 -- Adaline Snodgrass, 20, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Wm. G. &
Sarah L. Snodgrass; married W. E. G. Lathram, 25, farmer, b. Washington Co.,
VA, s/o M. R. & M. M. Lathram; by H. C. Butt (pg. 286).

7 Mar 1892 -- Mahala E. Snodgrass, 22, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Charles
& Amanda Snodgrass; married James M. King, 23, b. & res. Smith Co., VA, s/o
John & Mary King (pg. 265).

10 Apr 1892 -- Jas. C. Snodgrass born, s/o Wm. J. & S. T. Snodgrass (pg. 64).

1 Sep 1892 -- Florence Snodgrass, 44, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o James
Snodgrass; married James L. Garritt, 47, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA,
s/o Lawrence & Elizabeth Garnett; by E. L. Addington.

8 Feb 1893 -- Mattie Snodgrass, 26, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Wm. L. &
Latitia Snodgrass; married Frank C. Wright, 26, engineer, b. Washington Co., VA, 
s/o A. K. & M. A. Wright; by H. C. Butt (pg. 524).

7 Apr 1893 -- Matilda J. Snodgrass, 27, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Wm. L.
Snodgrass; married J. R. Beverly, 37, widower, b. Wise Co., VA, s/o W. L. &
E. S. Beverly (pg. 52) (or 7 Apr 1792).

17 Apr 1893 -- Mary J. Snodgrass, 46, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o Jos. &
Nancy Snodgrass; married C. J. Kingsolver, 61, widower, farmer, s/o David &
C. Kingsolver; by W. W. Pyatt (pg. 266) (or 15 Aug 1893).

4 Sep 1893 -- Margaret L. Snodgrass, "Mother", b. 15 Aug 1815, d. 4 Sep 1893,
bur. Rock Spring Cemetery (on stone with Moses Snodgrass, d. 1850).

10 Jan 1895 -- M. L. Snodgrass, 25, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o William M. &
Margaret Snodgrass; married J. D./O. McKee, 21, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o
M. W. S. & M. McKee; by Revb. N. C. Baldwin (pg. 456).
<Moses L. Snodgrass & Joella McKee>

19 Nov 1895 -- Ellen Snodgrass, w/o W. H. Snodgrass b. 1821, d. 19 Nov 1895; 
married 1 Jun 1841, buried Snodgrass Cemetery. 
[vss - this is also in Scott Co - perhaps died one, buried the other? Verify]
[William H. Snodgrass m. Ellen Snodgrass]

5 Oct 1896 -- Minnie Snodgrass, d/o W. J. & Sallie T. Snodgrass, b. 7 Mar 1894, 
d. 5 Oct 1896, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

9 Oct 1896 -- James Counts Snodgrass, s/o W. J. & Sallie T. Snodgrass, b. 10 Apr 1892, 
d. 9 Oct 1896, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

20 Feb 1897 -- Will Bk. 26, pg. 77: Will of Mary Jane Snodgrass names brother 
Joseph Henry Snodgrass, sisters Florance C. Garrett, Sarah Margaret Howard, and 
Martha Ann Buckhanan. 
Relatives M. L. Snodgrass & son William McKee Snodgrass, W. J. Snodgrass & 
daughter Pauline Snodgrass.
Witnesses include William M. Snodgrass & D. G. Snodgrass.
[vss - Mary Jane d. 3 Jul 1897 so look for probate records]

23 Feb 1897 -- S. P. Snodgrass, 21, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
Chas. W. & Amanda Snodgrass; married Sarah V. Woodward, 18, b. Washington
Co., VA, d/o N. W. & A. N. Woodward (pg. 458).

3 Jul 1897 -- Mary J. Snodgrass, b. 16 Jan 1855, d. 3 Jul 1897, age 42y 6m 15d, 
buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.
-----------------------

1900 Washington Co VA Census

Abingdon Dist., 56-106-11-35, #204/207:
Robert Snodgrass 32-M-TN/TN/TN Jul 1868 single, merchant, o.h.f.

56-107-13-11, #232/252:
Benj. Bough 56-M-VA/VA/VA married 13 y
Susan A. Bough 46-F-VA/VA/VA wife, 0 ch, 0 liv
***
Betsy Snodgrass 24-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1876 boarder, single, seamstress

Glade Spring Dist., 56-108-7-13, #106/111:
William Snodgrass 75-M-VA/PA/PA Apr 1825 married 47y, farmer, o.f.f.
Eliza Snodgrass 68-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1832 wife, 0 ch, 0 liv
Sallie Barker 12-F-VA/VA/TN Jan 1888 adopted daughter

56-109-1-9, #2/2:
George Graham 68-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
***
Wedding Snodgrass 26-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1873 single, hireling, farm lab.
<there is a surname Wedding in this district>

56-109-2-14, #22/22:
David Snodgrass 33-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1867 married 14y, farmer, o.f.f.
[David G. s/o David G. & Sarah M. Grant]
Lottie Snodgrass 31-F-VA/VA/VA Oct 1868 wife, 6 ch, 5 liv 
[Lydia B. Edmondson]
Sallie E. Snodgrass 13-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
Volney S. Snodgrass 10-M-VA/VA/VA son
Annie G. Snodgrass 6-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
Lilly C. Snodgrass 4-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
John H. Snodgrass 1-M-VA/VA/VA son

56-109-12-78, #238/247:
John Snotgrass 46-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1853 married 22 y, farmer, o.f.f.
Alice Snotgrass 39-F-VA/VA/VA May 1860 wife, 4 ch, 3 liv
Oscer Snotgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1878 son 
Oliver Snotgrass 19-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1880 son
Wiley P. Snotgrass 11-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1888 son
Bessie O. Snotgrass 9-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1891 daughter

Goodson Dist., 56-111-9-53, #168/168:
William Snodgrass 58-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1842 married ???y, farmer, o.f.f.
Sarah L. Snodgrass 59-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1841 wife, 9 ch, 7 liv
Hugh T. Snodgrass 31-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1868 son
Odell Snodgrass 19-F-VA/VA/VA Nov 1880 daughter
Sarah L. Snodgrass 14-F-VA/VA/VA Dec 1885 daughter

Holston Dist., 56-114-3-42, (poor film):
William Snodgrass 33-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1867 married 10 y, farmer, o.f.f.
Sarah Emm Snodgrass 34-F-VA/VA/VA Sep 1865 wife, 5 ch, 4 liv
Henry S. Snodgrass 9-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1891 son
Elizabeth Snodgrass 7-F-VA/VA/VA <illegible> 1893 daughter
Mary R. Snodgrass 3-F-VA/VA/VA May 1897 daughter
Matildy C. Snodgrass 8m-F-VA/VA/VA Oct 1899 daughter

56-114-6-26, #100/100:
John W. McFadden 46-M-VA/VA/VA Jul 1853 married 24y, farmer, o.f.f.
Rebecka P. McFadden 46-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1854 wife, 5 ch, 5 liv
Nancy B. McFadden 20-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1880 daughter
Thomas J. McFadden 17-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1882 son, farm laborer
William P. McFadden 13-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1887 son, farm laborer
Challie McFadden 7-M-VA/VA/VA Apr 1893 son
Nancy Snotgrass 82-F-VA/VA/VA Dec 1817 mother-in-law, 9 ch, 7 liv

56-114-13-29, #226/228:
William Snotgrass 36-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1864 married 11y, farming, o.f.f.
Sallie T. Snotgrass 28-F-VA/VA/VA Nov 1871 wife, 4 ch, 2 liv
Pauline Snotgrass 9-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1890 daughter
Ethel Snotgrass 3-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1897 daughter
Emandy G. Snotgrass 54-F-VA/VA/VA Nov 1845 sister-in-law, widow 
<no info. about children>

56-114-13-34, #227/229:
Faett Snodgrass 30-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1869 married 5y, farming, o.f.f.
Ollie Snodgrass 25-F-VA/VA/VA May 1875 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
Mack Snodgrass 4-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1895 son
William Snodgrass 63-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1836 father, married 32y
Margret Snodgrass 60-F-VA/Va/VA May 1840 mother, 1 ch, 1 liv

56-114-15-19, #267/269:
William Snotgrass 59-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1841 married 37y, farming, o.f.f.
Mary Snotgrass 59-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1840 wife, 8 ch, 6 liv
Henry Snotgrass 30-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1870 son, farm laborer <m. 1901>
Bettie Snotgrass 25-F-VA/VA/VA Oct 1874 daughter
Weden Snotgrass 23-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1876 son, farm laborer
Robert Snotgrass 22-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1879 son, day laborer
<date does not compute>
Walter Snotgrass 19-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1880 son, day laborer

Mendota Voting Precinct, 56-116-5-21, #71/71:
John Snodgrass 30-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1870 married 9y, farmer, r.f.
Mary Snodgrass 29-F-VA/VA/VA Jan 1871 wife, 4 ch, 4 liv
John Snodgrass 8-M-VA/VA/VA May 1892 son
Mary Snodgrass 6-F-VA/VA/VA Apr 1894 daughter
Maggie Snodgrass 4-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1896 daughter
Chas. Snodgrass 2-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1898 son
Jane Snodgrass 21-F-VA/VA/VA May 1879 sister, single
Martha Snodgrass 50-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1850 mother, widowed, 2 ch, 2 liv

56-116-9-44, #155/155:
Fletcher D. Snodgrass 53-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1847 married 19y, farmer, o.f.f.
[David Fletcher Snodgrass s/o William H. Snodgrass & Ellen Snodgrass]
Sarah Snodgrass 38-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1862 wife, 5 ch, 5 liv
Willie H. Snodgrass 18-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1882 son
Lilborn J. Snodgrass 16-M-VA/VA/VA May 1884 son
Maggie E. Snodgrass 13-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1887 daughter
Nannie E. Snodgrass 8-F-VA/VA/VA Aug 1891 daughter
______ D. Snodgrass 6-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1894 son

Kinderhook Dist., 56-117-7-1, #65/66:
Wm. H. Snodgrass 80-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1820, widowed, farmer, _._.f (living alone)
[vss - William H. Snodgrass is also on 1900 Sullivan Co TN w/son Lilburn H. Snodgrass; wife
Ellen Snodgrass Snodgrass d. 19 Nov 1895]

Saltville Dist., 56-121-11-36, #167/167:
Steve Snotgrass 24-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1875 married 3y, farmer, r.f.
Viola Snotgrass 22-F-VA/VA/VA May 1878 wife, 2 ch, 2 liv
Lizzy Snotgrass 2-F-VA/VA/VA Dec 1897 daughter
James J. Snotgrass 8m-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1899 son

56-121-14-57, #214/214:
Charles Snotgrass 58-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1841 married 23y, carpenter, o.f.f.
Rebecca Snotgrass 70-F-VA/VA/VA Jul 1829 wife, 3 ch, 2 liv
David W. Snotgrass 30-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1869 son, farmer
Stonewall Snotgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA Aug 1878 son, farmer
Charley Saules 14-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1886 grandson, farm lab
Ausker Wood 18-M-NC/VA/VA May 1882 nephew, farm lab.
<could "Ausker" be a phonetic spelling of "Oscar"?>

56-121-16-20, #329/329:
William Snotgrass 36-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1863 married 10y, farmer, r.f.
Liney Snotgrass 51-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1849 wife, 0 ch, 0 liv
Charles Caywood 12-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1887 nephew
Roscoe Blackwell 5-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1894 lodger

City of Bristol, 59-143-9-74:
James A. Brown 25-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1875, m. 7y, leather finisher, r.h.
***
Sarah L. Snodgrass 26-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1873, m. 10y, 0 ch, 0 liv
------------------------ 

2 Jan 1901 -- J. D. Snodgrass, 33, farmer, b. Sullivan Co., TN, res. Texas;
married Maggie K. Bailey, 22, b. Sullivan Co., TN, d/o Jno. W. & Margaret
Bailey; by W. G. Wolford (pg. 462).

1 May 1901 -- Eliza P. Snodgrass, w/o William, b. 1 Jan 1832, d. 1 May 1901, 
buried Snodgrass Cemetery (on stone with William Snodgrass, d. 1902).

10 Aug 1901 -- Jack Snodgrass, 22, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA; s/o C. W.
& R. Snodgrass; married Ida Worley, 20, b. Washington Co., VA, d/o R. N.
Worley; by W. G.? Blevins (pg. 462).

23 Dec 1901 -- Margaret E. Snodgrass, b. 20 Sep 1849, d. 23 Dec 1901,
buried East Hill Cemetery. [m. Lilburn H. Snodgrass 1882 as Margaret E. Barnes]

24 Dec 1901 -- J. Henry Snodgrass, 32, farmer, b. Washington Co., VA, s/o
W. M. & Mary E. Snodgrass; married R. A. Buchanan, 29, b. Washington Co.,
VA, d/o C. M. & M. E. Buchanan; by W. H. Price (pg. 463).

13 Mar 1902 -- Nancy C. Snodgrass, b. 2 Dec 1816, d. 13 Mar 1902, buried
Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

2 May 1902 -- William Snodgrass, b. 15 Apr 1824, d. 2 May 1902, buried
Snodgrass Cemetery (on stone with Eliza P. Snodgrass, d. 1901).

18 Jan 1903 -- John Snodgrass, b. 3 Aug 1851, d. 18 Jan 1903, buried Snodgrass Cem. 

14 Jun 1905 -- S. P. Snodgrass, b. 13 Sep 1875, d. 14 Jun 1905, buried
Snodgrass Cemetery. "Farewell my Wife & Children Dear."

4 Feb 1907 -- Rebecca Snodgrass, w/o C. W. Snodgrass, b. 15 Jul 1838, d. 4 Feb 1907, 
buried Snodgrass Cemetery.

26 Feb 1908 -- William Snodgrass, b. 8 Mar 1841, d. 26 Feb 1908, buried Mt.
Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery (with Mary E. Snodgrass, d. 1914).

25 Oct 1908 -- Elizabeth E. Snodgrass, w/o W. F. Snodgrass, b. 2 Feb 1849,
d. 25 Oct 1908, buried Snodgrass Cemetery (also stone for C. W. Snodgrass,
b. 13 Sep 1841, d. (blank), "Confederate States of America").

10 Mar 1910 -- Sarah T. Snodgrass, w/o W. L. Snodgrass, b. 5 Jun 1841, d.
10 Mar 1910, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.
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1910 Washington Co VA Census/Miracode

97-108-180:
David F. Snodgrass 65-M-TN 
[David Fletcher Snodgrass s/o William H. Snodgrass & Ellen Snodgrass]
Sarah C. Snodgrass 46-F-TN wife
William H. Snodgrass 27-M-TN son
Lebren L. Snodgrass 25-M-TN son 
[Lilburn - m. 5 Jan 1911 Sullivan Co TN, Victoria Lettors]
Jeddie D. Snodgrass 15-M-TN son
Wesley W. Snodgrass 8-M-TN son

97-113-67:
Marion McRay
***
Elizabeth Snodgrass 12-F-VA step-daughter
Jimmie Snodgrass 10-M-VA step-son
Sydney Snodgrass 7-M-VA step-son
Ethel Snodgrass 6-F-VA step-daughter

97-113-68:
Charles W. Snodgrass 69-M-VA
Jackson A. Snodgrass 30-M-VA son
Ida E. Snodgrass 28-F-VA daughter-in-law
Garland R. Snodgrass 7-M-VA grandson
N. Violet Snodgrass 6-F-VA granddaughter
Gertie S. Snodgrass 5-F-VA granddaughter
Robert W. Snodgrass 3-M-VA grandson
+ 1 non-relative

97-113-151:
John W. Snodgrass 61-M-VA 
Rachel E. Snodgrass 55-F-TN wife
Thomas A. Cook 90-M-TN father-in-law

97-114-137:
William F. Snodgrass 46-M-VA
Mary F. Snodgrass 27-F-VA wife
+ 1 non-relative

97-115-209:
James Calton
***
Joanna Snodgrass 49-F-VA sister-in-law
Olie Snodgrass 20-F-VA niece

98-116-44:
Robert H. Snodgrass 33-M-VA
Grace R. Snodgrass 25-F-VA wife
Chas. Brown Snodgrass 3-M-VA son

98-117-109:
Alice E. Snodgrass 48-F-VA
Eiley P. Snodgrass 21-M-VA son
Bertha Snodgrass 19-F-NC daughter
Bessie Snodgrass 19-F-VA daughter
Ernest Snodgrass 3-M-VA grandson
Alice R. Snodgrass -F-Va granddaughter

98-117-164:
Ollie Snodgrass 29-M-VA
Gertrude Snodgrass 28-F-TN wife
Preston Snodgrass -M-VA son
Lillion Snodgrass -F-VA daughter

98-117-252:
David S. Snodgrass 43-M-VA 
[David G. Snodgrass s/o David G. & Sarah M. Grant]
Lydia B. Snodgrass 41-F-VA wife [Lydia B. Edmondson]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 22-F-VA daughter [? Sarah Elizabeth]
Valney Snodgrass 20-M-VA son [Volney]
Gertrude Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter [? Ann G on 1900]
Leala Snodgrass 14-F-VA daughter [? Lilly C on 1900]
John H. Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
David Snodgrass 9-M-VA son
Audry Snodgrass 7-M-VA son
Spurgeon Snodgrass -M-VA son

98-120-38:
William Snodgrass 43-M-VA 
Sarah Snodgrass 44-F-VA wife
Henry Snodgrass 19-M-VA son
Elizabeth Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter
Mary Snodgrass 13-F-VA daughter
Matilda Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
Pearl Snodgrass 8-F-VA daughter

98-121-16:
Henry Counts
***
Amanda Snodgrass 62-F-VA boarder [? Amanda Buchanan m. James Snodgrass]

98-121-22:
Fayette Snodgrass 38-M-VA
Ollie Snodgrass 33-F-VA wife
William M. Snodgrass 13-M-VA son
Louise Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
William M. Snodgrass Sr. 72-M-VA father [1838-1913]
Margarett Snodgrass 71-F-VA mother [1839-1916]

98-121-33:
Mary E. Snodgrass 69-F-VA
John W. Snodgrass 36-M-VA son
Walter Snodgrass 34-M-VA son

98-123-41:
William Snodgrass 46-M-VA
Sallie Snodgrass -F-VA wife
Pauline Snodgrass 19-F-VA daughter
Ethel Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
William Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
Thomas Snodgrass 8-M-VA son
Amy Snodgrass 8-F-VA daughter
Ralph Snodgrass 2-M-VA son

98-124-34:
Henry J. Snodgrass 42-M-VA
Rebecca Snodgrass 37-F-VA wife
Cuolia Snodgrass 6-F-VA daughter

98-127-185:
Edward Akers
***
John Snodgrass 48-M-VA boarder
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6 Aug 1911 -- Amanda L. G. Snodgrass, b. 14 Nov 1845, d. 6 Aug 1911, buried
Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

1913 -- William M. Snodgrass, b. 1838, d. 1913, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist
Church Cemetery.

1913 -- Mack Snodgrass, s/o M. L. & J. O. Snodgrass, b. 1895, d. 1913,
buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

1913 -- Walter C. Snodgrass, b. 1880, d. 1913, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist
Church Cemetery.

1914 -- Mary E. Snodgrass, w/o William, b. 1840, d. 1914, buried Mt.
Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery (William d. 1908).

11 Mar 1914 -- David G. Snodgrass, s/o D. G. & L. B. Snodgrass, b. 16 Sep 1900, 
d. 11 Mar 1914, buried Greenfield Cemetery.

1915 -- Infant daughter Snodgrass, b. & d. 1915, d/o J. W. & A. M., buried
Greenfield Cemetery.

30 May 1915 -- Oscar Snodgrass, b. 18 Aug 1878, d. 30 May 1915, buried
Snodgrass Cemetery.

1916 -- Margaret Snodgrass, b. 1839, d. 1916, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cem.

10 Dec 1917 -- John Snodgrass, died 10 Dec 1917, age 59 years, buried Hartsock Cem.
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1920 Washington Co VA Census/Soundex

Bristol, Commonwealth Ave., 11-8-6-67:
George Ray
***
Beverly Snodgrass 24- -TN cousin, roomer

Bristol, Norfolk Ave., 11-12-8-39:
Andrew Snodgrass 48-M-TN
Mary Snodgrass 31-F-TN wife

83-142-6-95:
R. L. Snodgrass 51-M-TN
living alone

(Meadowview), 83-148-4-88:
Ollie Snodgrass 39-M-VA
Gertrude H. Snodgrass 38-F-VA wife
Clijze<?> P. Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Lizzie R. Snodgrass 10-F-VA daughter
Fredrick M. Snodgrass 8-M-VA son
John G. Snodgrass 6-M-VA son
Maud E. Snodgrass 4y8m-F-VA daughter
Dorothy J. Snodgrass 3y5m-F-VA daughter

83-148-9-12:
Alice E. Snodgrass 58-F-VA
Wiley P. Snodgrass 31-M-VA son
Birdie S.<?> Snodgrass 29-F-VA daughter-in-law
Bessie O. Snodgrass 28-F-VA daughter
Earnest C. Snodgrass 12-M-VA grandson
Ritchie A. Snodgrass 10-F-VA granddaughter
John H. Snodgrass 8-M-VA grandson
Ellen O. Snodgrass 2y3m-F-VA granddaughter

82-148-13-99:
David G. Snodgrass 52-M-VA
Lidia B. Snodgrass 50-F-VA wife
Elizabeth P. Snodgrass 32-F-VA daughter
Annie G. Snodgrass 26-F-VA daughter
Leola K. Snodgrass 24-F-VA daughter
John H. Snodgrass 21-M-VA son
Ordrea M. Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter
Spurgeon O. Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Liddie B. Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter

28-148-14-57:
Henry S. Snodgrass 28-M-VA
Margaret J. Snodgrass 23-F-VA wife
Cathrine J. Snodgrass 3y11m-F-VA daughter 
Henry S. Snodgrass 1y11m-M-VA son

82-148-16-27:
John W. Snodgrass 46-M-VA
Aldonia Snodgrass 42-F-VA wife

82-150-9-84:
James H. Snodgrass 40-M-TN
Maggie E. Snodgrass 25-F-VA wife
Pauline Snodgrass 1y1m-F-VA daughter

82-152-9-25:
Cle Snodgrass 28-M-TN
Willie Snodgrass 24-F-TN wife
James Snodgrass 9-M-VA son
Alice Snodgrass 4-F-VA daughter
Charlie Snodgrass 3y7m-M-VA son
Evelyn Snodgrass 9m-F-VA daughter

82-155-3-10:
James W. Snodgrass 53-M-VA
Sarah E. Snodgrass 55-F-VA wife
Elizabeth Snodgrass 26-F-VA daughter
Matilda C. Snodgrass 20-F-VA daughter
Pearl A. Snodgrass 17-F-VA daughter

82-156-1-46:
Joseph H. Snodgrass 50-M-VA
Rebeca Snodgrass 47-F-VA wife
Mary C. Snodgrass 17-F-VA daughter

82-156-2-12:
Robert H. Snodgrass 43-M-VA
Grace B. Snodgrass 37-F-VA wife
Charles B. Snodgrass 12-M-VA son
Robert Snodgrass Jr. 6-M-VA son
Harold W. Snodgrass 1y7m-M-VA son

82-156-12-21:
Moses L. Snodgrass 50-M-VA
Ollie Snodgrass 46-F-VA wife
Louise Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
Virginia Snodgrass 4y10m-F-VA daughter
Marjorie Snodgrass 1y3m-F-VA daughter

82-156-15-1:
William L. Snodgrass 77-M-VA
Odell Snodgrass 39-F-VA daughter
Kyle Wright 22-M-VA grandson

82-158-5-39:
John M. Cross
***
Rosa Snodgrass 28-F-VA daughter
***
Harman L. Snodgrass 5-M-VA grandson

82-165-6-33:
James Calton
***
Joanna Snodgrass 58-F-VA sister-in-law

82-166-2-3:
Marion McCray
***
Ethel Snotgrass 16-F-VA step-daughter

82-166-5-86:
John W. Snodgrass 70-M-VA
Rachel E. Snodgrass 65-F-TN wife

82-167-4-87:
Jack Snodgrass 40-M-VA
Ida Snodgrass 38-F-VA wife
Parland Snodgrass 18-M-VA son
Violet Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter
Gertie Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
Robert Snodgrass 12-M-VA son
Edna Snodgrass 7-F-VA daughter
Charles Snodgrass 78-M-VA father
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1 Mar 1921 -- W. J. Snodgrass, b. 12 Feb 1867, d. 1 Mar 1921, buried Rock Spring 
Cemetery (husband of Mrs. W. J. Snodgrass, d. 18 Feb 1941).

18 Jan 1922 -- John Wedding Snodgrass, b. 12 Oct 1873, d. 18 Jan 1922,
buried Greenfield Cemetery.

18 Jan 1922 -- William L. Snodgrass, b. 20 Mar 1842, d. 18 Jan 1922, buried
Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

1924 -- Alice E. Snodgrass, b. 1862, d. 1924, buried Snodgrass Cemetery.

1927 -- David G. Snodgrass, b. 1867, d. 1927, buried Greenfield Cemetery
(wife Lydia B. Snodgrass d. 1960).

1929 -- Amanda Andis Snodgrass, b. 1875, d. 1929, buried East Hill Cemetery.

1933 -- William M. Snodgrass, b. 1838, d. 1933, buried Mount Olivet
Methodist Cemetery, north Lodi.

1933 -- Gertie Snodgrass Dancy, b. 1904, d. 1933, buried Snodgrass Cemetery.

14 Apr 1933 -- W. F. Snodgrass, b. 24 Jun 1873, d. 14 Apr 1933, buried
Snodgrass Cemetery.

27 Mar 1937 -- John Wedding Snodgrass, b. 12 Oct 1873, d. 27 Mar 1937, buried
Greenfield Baptist Church Cemetery (on same stone: Aldonia Mills Snodgrass,
b. 10 Jun 1878, d. ____).

1938 -- S. V. Snodgrass, b. 1889, d. 1938, buried Greenfield Cemetery.

18 Feb 1941 -- Mrs. W. J. Snodgrass, b. 20 Sep 1864, d. 18 Feb 1941, buried
Rock Spring Cemetery (w/o W. J. Snodgrass, d. 1 Mar 1921).

1943 -- M. L. Snodgrass, b. 1869, d. 1943, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

1946 -- Rebecca B. Snodgrass, b. 1872, d. 1946, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist
Church Cemetery.

1947 -- Joseph Henry Snodgrass, b. 1869, d. 1947, buried Mt. Olivet
Methodist Church Cemetery.

1947 -- William J. Snodgrass, b. 1864, d. 1947, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist
Church Cemetery.

1952 -- James H. Snodgrass, b. 1877, d. 1952, buried East Hill Cemetery.

1954 -- Ida W. Snodgrass, "Mother," b. 1881, d. 1954, buried Snodgrass
Cemetery (on stone with Jackson A. Snodgrass, d. 1956).

5 Sep 1954 -- Andis Lilburn Snodgrass, b. 24 Aug 1904, d. 5 Sep 1954,
buried Mountain View Cemetery. 
[s/o Lilburn H. Snodgrass - 1910 Washington Co TN census]

6 Dec 1954 -- David W. Snodgrass, b. 25 Dec 1873, d. 9 Dec 1954, buried Snodgrass Cemetery.

1956 -- Jackson A. Snodgrass, "Father," b. 1879, d. 1956, buried Snodgrass
Cemetery (on stone with Ida W. Snodgrass, d. 1954).

7 Mar 1957 -- Grace B. Snodgrass, b. 31 May 1884, d. 7 Mar 1957, buried Mt.
Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

11 Jun 1958 -- Miss Elizabeth P. Snodgrass, d. 11 Jun 1958, age 71 years,
buried Greenfield Cemetery.

1959 -- Ollivene Snodgrass, b. 1873, d. 1959, buried Mt. Olivet Methodist Church Cemetery.

1960 -- Lydia B. Snodgrass, b. 1868, d. 1960, buried Greenfield Baptist
Church Cemetery (w/o David G. Snodgrass, d. 1927).

1962 -- Pauline A. Snodgrass, b. 1890, d. 1962, buried Greenfield Baptist Church Cem.

1979 -- Lydia Belle Snodgrass, b. 1910, d. 1979, buried Greenfield Baptist Church Cem.

1983 -- Audrey Matilda Snodgrass, b. 1903, d. 1983, buried Greenfield
Baptist Church Cemetery.

(no death date) L. H. Snodgrass, b. 1859, d. 19--, buried East Hill Cemetery.
[Lilburn H. Snodgrass s/o William H. Snodgrass - 1910 Washington Co TN census]

(no death date) Aldonia Mills Snodgrass, b. 10 Jun 1878, d. ---, stone in Greenfield Cemetery.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

William & Mary Quarterly, vol. 13, page 289: Notes & Queries: Who was the father of
Margaret Gwynn, who married Sam Williams about 1800? They were from Tennessee. What
were the names of the parents of William Snodgrass, from Washington county, a hero of King's
Mountain?--Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders, Hotel Bismarck, Decatur, Alabama.
<Note: This address is obsolete, as the query was written about 80-90 years ago!>

############### end Washington Co VA ###############
 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

SOURCES (975.524)

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS
Westmoreland Co., VA, Order Books, 1675-1679 & 1690-1705 (Dorman) NS

LAND RECORDS
Deed & Will Abstracts of Westmoreland Co., VA, vol. 1-9, 1723-1747 (??) NS
Westmoreland Co., VA, Deeds & Patents, etc., vol. 3-10, 1665-1720 (Dorman) NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Westmoreland Co., VA, Records, vol. 1 & 2, 1658-1664 (Dorman) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Wills of Westmoreland Co., VA, 1654-1800 (Fothergill) NS

VITAL RECORDS
The Marriage License Bonds of Westmoreland Co., VA, from 1786-1850
(Nottingham) NS

##############################

WISE COUNTY and the city of NORTON 

SOURCES (975.5743 & 975.5744) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Family Burying Grounds in Wise Co., VA (Adams) yes
Wise Co. Cemetery Records 2 (Mullins) <yes or NS?>

CENSUS RECORDS
1860 census - yes
1870 census transcription - yes
1880 soundex - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #34,392 = Deed index, grantor & grantee, 1856-1888, Wise Co., VA -yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #34,391 = Probate index, 1856-1953 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Marriage records (in courthouse) yes
Wise Co., VA, Marriage Register, 1856-1886 (Mullins) yes
Death records (in courthouse) yes
Birth records (in courthouse) yes

************************* 
RECORDS 

22 Jun 1857 -- Deed Book 1, page 50: John H. Snodgrass from Green B. Jones, 6
acres on both sides of Benjes Branch.
Recorded 22 Jun 1857.

19 Dec 1859 -- Deed Book 1, page 217: John H. Snodgrass from Wm. Huff, 33
acres on Stone Gap Fork of Powells River.
Recorded 27 Mar 1861.
-------------------------

1860 Wise Co Census 

Wise C. H. P.O., page 363, #657/367:
John H. Snodgrass 33-M-VA farmer, $3500/6415 [s/o Geo. & Nancy]
Elizabeth P. Snodgrass 35-F-KY
Nancy Z. Snodgrass 11-F-VA
George M. Snodgrass 9-M-VA
Henry B. Snodgrass 7-M-VA
Joseph D. Snodgrass 5-M-VA
Martha V. Snodgrass 2-F-VA [m. John S. Hubbard]
Geo. H. Snodgrass 25-M-VA carpenter <1850 Botetourt Co., VA>

#658/658:
George Snodgrass 65-M-VA tanner, $550/3615
Nancy C. Snodgrass 52-F-VA 
[Nancy St. Clair d/o Isaac St. Clair d. 1829 Bedford Co VA]
Patterson Snodgrass 30-M-VA tanner
Lucretia Snodgrass 30-F-VA seamstress [? 1850 Washington Co with Benj.?]
<1850 Russell Co., VA>
--------------------------

16 Feb 1863 -- Deed Book 1, page 243: Patterson A. Snodgrass from John Riddle
& wife et al, grantors interest in 1 tract of 157 acres on both sides of Stone Gap Fork 
of Powell River.
Recorded 24 Feb 1863.

23 Jun 1864 -- Deed Book 1, page 278: John H. Snodgrass to John B. Collier,
80 acres on Waters of Stone Gap Fork of Powells River.
Recorded 26 Jul 1864.

8 Dec 1865 -- Nancy Zerilda Snodgrass, age 17, b. Russell Co., res. Wise Co.,
d/o John & Elizabeth Snodgrass, married Franklin Gilly, farmer, age 20, b. Lee
Co., res. Wise Co., s/o Ira & Annie Gilly; by D. R. Smith (page 23).

17 Dec 1866 -- George W. Snodgrass born, s/o Patterson A. & Jane F. Snodgrass.

25 Aug 1867 -- Deed Book 2, page 68: John H. Snodgrass to Wm. L. P. Counts,
80 acres on waters of Stone Gap Fork of Powells River.
Recorded 28 Aug 1867.

29 Mar 1870 -- Deed Book 2, page 237: John H. Snodgrass, trustee, to Patrick Hagan, 
258 acres (see deed of trust executed by Hozea Bolling to said Snodgrass Trustee).
Recorded 27 Feb 1871.
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1870 Wise Co VA Census

Gladeville Twp., page 324, #148/148:
George Snodgrass 74-M-VA tanner, $1500/315
Nancy C. Snodgrass 65-F-VA

#149/149:
P. A. Snodgrass 39-M-VA farmer (tanner?), $1500/380
Jane F. Snodgrass 35-F-VA
Ardela Snodgrass 6-F-VA

Robinson Twp., page 343, #64/64:
John H. Snodgrass 43-M-VA farmer, $4000/450
Elizabeth P. Snodgrass 45-F-KY 
George M. Snodgrass 19-M-VA farm laborer
Henry B. Snodgrass 17-M-VA farm laborer
Joseph D. Snodgrass 15-M-VA farm laborer
Martha V. Snodgrass 12-F-VA
John B. Snodgrass 9-M-VA
Elizabeth J. Snodgrass 6-F-VA
Robert Snodgrass 2-M-VA
Lucretia A. Snodgrass 43-F-VA house keeper
Alcy Hubbard 21-F-VA keeping house
Harry L. 1-M-VA [Harry L. Snodgrass s/o John H. & Alcy ?]
Webster 7m-M-VA b. Dec [Webster Snodgrass s/o John H. & Alcy ?]
----------------------

27 Feb 1871 -- Deed Book 2, page 254: Patterson A. Snodgrass & George Snodgrass 
from Patrick Hagan, 400 acres, Little Stone Gap, Forks of Powells River, & North Side 
of Stone Mountain.
Recorded 20 Jul 1871.

27 Feb 1871 -- Deed Book 2, page 310: John H. Snodgrass from Patrick Hagan, 
2 tracts, 50 acres & 60 acres, on waters of Powells River & North side of Stone Mt.
Recorded 28 Dec 1871.

27 Mar 1871 -- Deed Book 3, page 43: John H. Snodgrass et al to Henry C.
Slemp, 1 tract on waters of Stone Gap Fork of Powells River.
Recorded 28 Jul 1873.

3 Dec 1873 -- W.D.2, page 125: John H. Snodgrass to John W. Stallard,
assignee, assignment in bankruptcy, all of said Snodgrass's real & personal
estate owned by him 12 Nov 1873 for purposes stated in said assignment in
trust to secure various creditors.
Recorded 19 Feb 1874.

31 Dec 1873 -- Probate Records: John H. Snodgrass, bankruptcy. Assigned
all property to George L. Smith of Union, county of ---. (p. 143)

24 Feb 1875 -- Probate Records: George Snodgrass, bankruptcy. Assigned all
property to John W. Boss of town of Abingdon. (p. 165)

24 Feb 1875 -- W.D. 2, page 143: George Snodgrass to John W. Stallard,
assignee, assignment in Bankruptcy, all of said Snodgrass' real & personal estate 
owned by him 26 Jan 1875, in trust for purposes in said bankruptcy proceedings.
Recorded 9 Nov 1875.

23 Feb 1876 -- John H. Snodgrass, farmer, age 49, b. Russell Co., res. Wise
Co., s/o George & Nancy Snodgrass, married Ailsy/Ailey Hubbard, age 27,
single, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o R. S. & Sarah Hubbard; by J. H. Stallard
(page 68, line 33).

25 Jul 1876 -- Deed Book 4, page 197: John H. Snodgrass from T. G. Wells
Corner?, 2 tracts, 150 acres & 65 acres on Pound River.
Recorded 10 Nov 1876.

14 Jan 1877 -- M. V. Snodgrass, 18, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o J. H. & E. P.
Snodgrass, married John Hubbard, 20, farmer, b. & res. Wise Co., s/o R. S.
& S. Hubbard; by J. H. Hubbard (page 75, line 42)
[vss - Martha Virginia d/o John H. & Elizabeth - she & John Hubbard had a son 
Wm. Robert Hubbard who was b. 1900 Wise Co - went to AR and m. 1921 Searcy Co.
AR to Eathyl Rainbolt]

7 Feb 1877 -- Probate Records, Book 2: Appraisal of estate of P. A. Snodgrass <on half 
the papers, name is given as A. P. Snodgrass>. Sale bill, 17 Nov 1876, includes sales to 
J. G. Snodgrass & J. H. Snodgrass; sold household goods, leather supplies, sheep, etc. 
George Snodgrass administrator of estate of P. A. Snodgrass, dec'd. (pages 192-193).

17 May 1878 -- Probate Records, Book 2: George Snodgrass, admin., report of estate 
accounts (p. 197). Jane F. Snodgrass, guardian of infant heirs of A. P. Snodgrass (heirs 
not named), report (p. 199). George Snodgrass, admin. report filed & accepted (p. 200). 
Geo. Snodgrass bond is good, L. H. N. Salyer, commissioner (p. 201).

9 Dec 1879 -- Eliza J. Snodgrass, age 16, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o J. H. &
Elizabeth Snodgrass, married J. T. Cowdan, farmer, b. Tazewell Co., res.
Wise Co., s/o Amos & Sallie Cowdan; by R. S. Hubbard (page 85, line 14).

(no date given) -- Probate Records: Appraisal of estate of Geo. Snodgrass
& also that of P. A. Snodgrass that has not yet been administered. Includes
notes from J. B. Snodgrass, J. H. Snodgrass. (very hard to read)

16 Dec 1879 -- Deed Book 6, page 155: John H. Snodgrass & wife Alcy, to
Thos. Williams, 1 tract on waters of North Fork of Pound River.
Recorded 15 Jun 1883.
---------------------------

1880 Wise Co VA Census/Soundex

Gladeville Dist., 32-101-11-12, page 15, #109/111:
Joseph D. Snodgrass 24-M-VA/VA/VA
Elizabeth V. Snodgrass 22-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Lester/Jestin Snodgrass 7m-M-VA/VA/VA son

page 17, #121/123:
George Snodgrass 85-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Nancy C. Snodgrass 75-F-VA/VA/VA wife [Nancy St. Clair]
Lucretia Barnes 52-F-VA/VA/VA servant, single

32-101-12-27, page 17, #125/127:
John H. Snodgrass 53-M-VA
Alcy Snodgrass 33-F-VA wife
John B. Snodgrass 20-M-VA son
Robert Snodgrass 12-M-VA son
Harry L. Snodgrass 11-M-VA/VA/VA son
Webster Snodgrass 9-M-VA son
Frances M. Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Patric H. M. Snodgrass 3-M-VA son
Allen F. Snodgrass 1-M-VA son

page 17, #126/128:
John Hubbard 24-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Martha V. Hubbard 22-F-VA/VA/VA wife <Martha V. Snodgrass>
George P. Hubbard 1-M-VA/VA/VA son
--------------------

30 Jul 1881 -- Deed Book 9, page 86: John H. Snodgrass to John L. Litz,
Title bond, 1 acre on ford of Benjes Branch.
Recorded 30 Jul 1887.

12 Apr 1882 -- Deed Book 6, page 97: John H. Snodgrass & wife Alcy to
Samuel Salyer 1 acre on Benjes Branch, Mill property.
Recorded 2 Jan 1883.

12 Apr 1882 -- Deed Book 9, page 397: John H. Snodgrass from Patrick
Hagan, 1 tract, 445 acres on waters of Stone Gap Fork of Powells River.
Recorded 17 Sep 1887.

28 Jun 1882 -- Deed Book 9, page 484: John H. Snodgrass to Jas. P. Short,
exchange of property, 76 acres, Middle Fork of Pound River.
Recorded 10 Oct 1887.

14 Sep 1882 -- Deed Book 6, page 172: John H. Snodgrass to T. G. Wells,
trustee, all of said Snodgrass's land in Wise Co., VA, in trust to secure
Patrick Hagan the payment of $700 with interest. Satisfied 14 Sep 1887.
Recorded 14 Jul 1883.

10 May 1884 -- Deed Book 6, page 290: J. B. Snodgrass from T. G. Wells,
executor of James Brown dec'd, 1 lot, south side of Main St., Gladeville.
Recorded 10 May 1884.

27 Sep 1884 -- Harry Lee Snodgrass, farmer, age 16, b. & res. Wise Co., s/o
John & Alcy Snodgrass, married Elender Jane Martin, age 17, b. & res. Wise
Co., d/o James & Matilda Martin; by S. J. Parson.

5 Aug 1886 -- Deed Book 7, page 116: John H. Snodgrass et al to Geiser? Mfg. Co., 
saw mill, fixtures, engine, in trust to secure the Geiser Mfg. Co. the payment of $1566.00 
with interest.
Recorded 5 Oct 1886.

1 Mar 1887 -- Deed Book 8, page 68: John H. Snodgrass & wife Alcy to N.W.
Railroad Co., contract for right of way 80 feet wide, Powells river.
Recorded 20 Apr 1887.

9 Apr 1887 -- Deed Book 7, page 523: John H. Snodgrass & wife Alcy to Patrick
Hagan, 229 1/2 acres, Little Stone Gap Fork of Powells River.
Recorded 13 Apr 1887.

4 May 1887 -- Deed Book 10, page 455: John H. Snodgrass & Patrick Hagan from
Jeremiah Hubbard & wife, 89 acres on North Fork of Pound River.
Recorded 21 Feb 1888.

25 Jan 1888 -- Deed Book 11, page 208: John H. Snodgrass & wife Alcy to
Fletcher Dean, 103 acres on Jones Flats.
Recorded 14 May 1888.

14 Feb 1888 -- Deed Book 10, page 451: John H. Snodgrass et al, ads. The
Commonwealth of Virginia, Lispenden. Object of suit in Richmond City Cir. Ct.
is to recover & enforce Judgement against the estates of J. H. Blair late F. W. C. and 
his sureties in favor of Commonwealth for $3414.60 with interest.
Recorded 17 Feb 1888.

20 Jul 1892 -- John H. Snodgrass, merchant, died age 67, b. Botetourt, s/o
George & Nancy Snodgrass. Informant: wife Alcy Snodgrass.

22 Jul 1892 -- John H. Snodgrass, b. 18 Oct 1826, d. 22 Jul 1892, buried in
the George Snodgrass Cemetery.
<In 1936 the Rev. Patrick Eugene Snodgrass, grandson of John H. Snodgrass,
said: John Hunt Snodgrass was a son of George and Nancy Snodgrass. He
married Elizabeth (Betty) Litton in Russell Co., and settled on the Pound.
Betty died, and John H. Married, second Alcy, d/o Robert Shanklin Hubbard. 
A few years before the outbreak of the War between the States, he settled on
Benges Branch, now the West End of Norton, where he kept a store and
operated a mill and tanyard. He seems to have been a man of unusual business
ability for his time.>

22 Jul 1892 -- Frances Mary Snodgrass, age 17, b. & res. Wise Co., VA, d/o
John H. & Alcy Snodgrass, married Joseph Nemelka, engineer, age 23, b.
Austria, res. Wise Co., s/o Joseph & Elizabeth Nemelka; by S. J. Parsons.

26 Mar 1893 -- Frances Mary, d/o J. H. & Alcy Snodgrass, b. 16 Apr 1875, 
d. 26 Mar 1893, buried in the George Snodgrass Graveyard. <In 1936 the Rev. Patrick 
Eugene Snodgrass said: She was the wife of Joseph Gemelki, and a d/o John H. and 

Alcy Snodgrass. Her husband killed her at their home in Norton. He then hid himself in a 
thicket and committed suicide. His body was not found for six weeks.>

21 Sep 1894 -- A. R. Snodgrass, age 22, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o James & T.
Snodgrass, married J. M. Culton, railroader, age 29, b. Scott Co., res. Wise
Co., s/o John & Murcy Culton; by J. O. Straly.

1895 -- Will Book 4, page 47: John Snodgrass, dec'd.

11 Aug 1895 -- Patrick H. Snodgrass, age 21, b. Wise Co., res. West Norton,
VA, s/o J. H. & Alcy Snodgrass, married Maggie F. Carter, age 17, b. Scott
Co., res. Coons Eye, VA, d/o Henry & Mary Carter.
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1900 Census

Gladeville Dist., 51-124-9-74, #156/167:
Alcy Snodgrass 53-F-VA/MO/VA Jun 1846 widow, 9 ch, 8 liv, o.h.f.
Webster Snodgrass 29-M-VA/VA/VA Nov 1870 son, farm laborer
Allen F. Snodgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1878 son, school teacher
Laura B. Snodgrass 18-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1881 daughter [Laura Belle m. Wm. Hitchins]
Rosa E. Snodgrass 14<?>-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1883 daughter 
[Rosa Ellen 17 Mar 1883-1 Nov 1962; m. John C. Stewart]
Dona Snodgrass 15-F-VA/VA/VA May 1885 daughter
Edwin Snodgrass 12-M-VA/VA/VA Sep 1887 son [Isaac Edwin b. 29 Oct 1887]
Allen J. K. Snodgrass 2-M-VA/VA/VA Jun 1897 grandson

51-124-9-82, #156/167:
Patrick H. Snodgrass 23-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1877 m. 2y, farm laborer, r.h.
Maggie F. Snodgrass 19-F-VA/VA/VA May 1881 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
John H. Snodgrass 1m-M-VA/VA/VA Apr 1900 son

51-124-18-12:
Harry L. Snodgrass 31-M-VA/VA/VA Jul 1868 m. 15y, farm laborer, r.h.
Ella J. Snodgrass 33-F-VA/MD/VA Jun 1867 wife, 6 ch, 6 liv
Anthony W. Snodgrass 14-M-VA/VA/VA Oct 1885 son
Edna A. Snodgrass 12-F-VA/VA/VA Feb 1888 daughter
Mary S. Snodgrass 9-F-VA/VA/VA Nov 1890 daughter
Charles F. Snodgrass 6-M-VA/VA/VA Jul 1893 son
Patrick U. Snodgrass 4-M-VA/VA/VA Feb 1896 son
Harry L. Snodgrass 1-M-VA/VA/VA Dec 1898 son

Richmond Dist., 51-129-31-6, #357/537:
James Snodgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA Jan 1879 m. 2y, day laborer, r.h.
Lissa Snodgrass 17-F-VA/VA/VA Mar 1883 wife, 0 ch, 0 liv
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 Nov 1901 -- Allen F. Snodgrass, school teacher, age 22, b. & res. Wise
Co., s/o John & Alcy Snodgrass, married Martha A. Beverly, age 14, b. Lee Co.,
res. Wise Co., d/o George W. & M. A. Beverly; by J. W. Parnell.

11 Dec 1902 -- Leonard Snodgrass, age 19, b. & res. Scott Co., s/o John & Emeline 
Snodgrass, married Katie Herron, age 14, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o J. W. & --- Herron.

5 May 1903 -- Rosa E. Snodgrass, age 20, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o J. H. &
Alcy Snodgrass, married John C. Stewart, age 24, b. Scott Co., res. Wise Co.,
s/o R. H. & M. A. Stewart.

3 Jul 1906 -- Wayne Snodgrass, age 26, b. & res. Wise Co., s/o H. C. & Ellen 
Snodgrass, married Viola V. Paxton, age 18, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o Rachel Paxton.

17 Sep 1906 -- Edna A. Snodgrass, age 18, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o H. C. &
Ella Snodgrass, married H. J. Wampler, miner, age 23, b. Scott Co., res. Wise
Co., s/o John & Elizabeth Wampler; by M. D. Richmond.

3 Jul 1907 -- Laura B. Snodgrass, age 26, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o J. H. &
Alcy Snodgrass, married Wm. G. Hitchens, age 42, b. Delaware, res. Texas, s/o
Mitchell & Eliz. Hitchens.

23 Dec 1907 -- J. E. Snodgrass, farmer, age 20, b. & res. Wise Co., s/o J. H. & Alcy 
Snodgrass, married Katharine<?> McReynolds, age 20, b. Russell Co., res. Wise Co., 
dau of Malissa Austin; by J. W. Parnell.

6 Feb 1908 -- Mary S. Snodgrass, age 17, b. & res. Wise Co., d/o H. C. & Ella Snodgrass,
married J. D. Jones, farmer, age 28, b. & res. Wise Co., s/o B. F. Jones; by Wm. Robinett.
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1910 Wise Co VA Census/Miracode

100-132-72:
A. F. Snodgrass 30-M-VA
M. A. Snodgrass 24-F-TN wife
Alice Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
Annie Snodgrass -F-VA daughter

100-132-448:
Alice Snodgrass 63-F-VA 
Dona Snodgrass 24-F-VA daughter
Edin Snodgrass 22-M-VA son [Isaac Edwin Snodgrass]
+ 1 non-relative

100-132-473:
Patrick Snodgrass 33-M-VA
Ella Snodgrass 25-F-VA wife
John Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
Bessie Snodgrass 5-F-VA daughter
unknown -M-VA son
Johny Porter 10-M-KY step-son

100-132-916:
Harry Snodgrass 41-M-VA
Ella Snodgrass 43-F-VA wife
Fred Snodgrass 17-M-VA son
Pat Snodgrass 14-M-VA son
Lee Snodgrass 11-M-VA son
Naoma Snodgrass 9-F-VA daughter
Grace Snodgrass 6-F-VA daughter
James Snodgrass 3-M-VA son 
John Snodgrass -M-VA son

101-135-145:
Leonard H. Snodgrass 25-M-VA
Kate Snodgrass 22-F-VA wife
Robert G. Snodgrass 6-M-VA son
Mard Snodgrass 4-F-VA daughter
Clifford Snodgrass 2-M-VA son

101-136-604:
George Snodgrass 27-M-VA [?age should be 29 or 30 - b. 1880]
[George W. Snodgrass, s/o John & Sarah E. Vineyard; m. 1904 Caladasia Wininger ?]
Iowa Snodgrass 26-F-VA wife
Ethel Snodgrass 3-F-VA daughter
Stella Snodgrass -F-VA daughter [as 12 on 1920 with George & Dona]
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21 Mar 1916 -- Webster Snodgrass, s/o J. H. & Alcy Snodgrass, b. 15 Nov 1869,
d. 21 Mar 1916, buried in the George Snodgrass Graveyard.
<In 1936 the Rev. Patrick Eugene Snodgrass said: The date should be 1919.
Webster Snodgrass was a s/o John H. & Alcy (Hubbard) Snodgrass. He married
Julia (Ralie) Stidham, and lived on Black Creek.>
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1920 Wise Co VA Census/Soundex

Norton, 83-172-14-26: 
A. F. Snodgrass 40-M-VA 
Alice Snodgrass 33-F-VA wife
Virginia Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
Annie L. Snodgrass 11-F-VA daughter
Lois Snodgrass 4-F-VA daughter

83-172-29-98:
Charles Collins
***
Edd Snodgrass 36-M-VA boarder

83-172-43-50
J. B. Marcum
***
D. Snodgrass 11-M-VA step-son
Carl Snodgrass 9-M-VA step-son
Nora Snodgrass 5-F-VA step-daughter

83-172-46-57:
C. F. Snodgrass 26-M-VA
Pearl Snodgrass 24-F-VA wife
Laura E. Snodgrass 3-F-VA daughter
Chas. S. Snodgrass 1-M-VA son

83-171-17-71:
Patrick H. Snodgrass 43-M-VA
Ella Snodgrass 35-F-VA wife
Bessie Snodgrass 15-F-VA daughter
Theodore H. Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
Woodrow Snodgrass 2y5m-M-VA son
Grover Snodgrass 5m-M-VA son

84-178-32-11:
L. B. Snodgrass 25-M-VA
Edan Snodgrass 14-F-TN wife

84-178-36-17:
H. H. Snodgrass 28-M-VA 
[Henry Holloway Snodgrass, s/o John & Sarah Emaline Vineyard, b. ca 1892]
Mary Snodgrass 19-F-WV wife
Hazel Snodgrass 1y2m-F-VA daughter [m. Palmer E. Snodgrass s/o George W.]

84-179-36-100:
George Snodgrass 39-M-VA [George W. s/o John & Sarah Emaline Vineyard]
Dona Snodgrass 35-F-VA wife
Stella Snodgrass 12-F-VA daughter
Grady Snodgrass 7-M-VA son
Palmer Snodgrass 6-M-VA son 
[Palmer E. m. cousin Hazel Snodgrass d/o H. H. & Mary]
Gertrude Snodgrass 4-F-VA daughter
Carl Snodgrass 2-M-Va son
Elmer Snodgrass 1-M-VA son

84-180-5-61:
Patrick Snodgrass 23-M-VA
Ester Snodgrass 19-F-VA wife
Clinton Snodgrass 2-M-VA son
Ruth Snodgrass 9m-F-VA daughter

84-180-5-84:
Ellma Rigins
***
Edwin Snodgrass 34-M-VA son-in-law [Isaac Edwin Snodgrass]
Sevana Snodgrass 21-F-VA daughter
Lena Snodgrass 3-F-VA granddaughter
Mary O. Snodgrass 2-F-VA granddaughter
Ray A. Snodgrass 3m-M-VA grandson [Ray Allen Snodgrass]

84-180-5-94:
Harry Lee Snodgrass 51-M-VA
Ella J. Snodgrass 52-F-VA wife
Harry L. Snodgrass Jr. 21-M-VA son
Grave G. Snodgrass 16-F-VA daughter
Junes E. Snodgrass 12-M-VA son
John P. Snodgrass 10-M-VA son
---------------------- 

1929 -- John Paul Snodgrass, dec'd. Will Book 9, page 106; 
Clerks Fiduciary Orders, Book 2, page 31; Bond Book 7, page 156

1936 -- The Rev. Patrick Eugene Snodgrass said: George Snodgrass and his wife
are buried in unmarked graves in the George Snodgrass Cemetery. George
Snodgrass was a son of Joseph and Mary Snodgrass of Botetourt Co. He married
Nancy St. Clair in Bedford Co., and moved to the Clinch Valley and settled at
the Old Courthouse in Russell Co. He lived there a few years and then moved
to Benges Branch, in what is now Wise Co., and settled where the Norton Floral
Company's greenhouse is now. There he operated a tanyard, and there he lived
out his days. I think he died in 1883, and that he was about 78 years old.
A man named Jack Akers is also buried there, or I might say he was buried
there. His grave exploded a shsort time after he was buried, and pieces of
his body and the casket were scattered for several hundred yards in every
direction. There is still a hole where Akers was buried.
----------------- 

1938 -- Allen F. Snodgrass, dec'd. Clerks Fiduciary Orders Book 2, page 392

1940 -- Will Book 13:
page 257 - Allen F. Snodgrass, Alice B. Snodgrass, Annie Lee Snodgrass,
Lois O. Snodgrass.
page 262 - Alice B. Snodgrass.
page 351 -- Dona Snodgrass

1948 -- Grover Stephen Snodgrass, dec'd: Will Book 16, pages 304 & 307
Clerks Fiduciary Order Book 3 
page 308 - Grover Stephen Snodgrass & Nell Bessie Hilton Snodgrass
page 324 -- Edwin D. Snodgrass (guardian)
Account Book 16, page 587 - Edwin D. Snodgrass
Account Book 17, pages 185 & 434 - Edwin D. Snodgrass
Account Book 18, page 1

1950 -- Leonard H. Snodgrass, dec'd. Clerks Fiduciary Order Book 3, page 412;
Bond Book 16, page 99; Will Book 17, page 107 - List of heirs.

29 Oct 1961 -- Charles F. Snodgrass, b. 2 Jul 1893, d. 29 Oct 1961, 
buried Wise Cemetery.

############## end Wise Co VA ############## 
 

WYTHE COUNTY 

SOURCES (975.5773) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Tombstone Inscriptions, East End Cemetery & St. Mary's Catholic Church
Cemetery, Wytheville, VA (Chitwood) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census transcription - NS
1820 census transcription - NS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1850 census transcription - NS
1860 census transcription - yes
1870 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - NS

HISTORY
Early Settlers of Old Mount Airy, Wythe Co., VA (Cameron--date?) yes
A Family Album of Wythe Co., VA (Kegley) unindexed, didn't do
Glimpses of Wythe Co., vol. 1 & 2 (Kegley) NS

LAND RECORDS
Film #34,229 = Deed Index, grantor, 1790-1907, Wythe Co., VA - yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Wythe Co., VA, Civil War Records, 1861-1865 (Douthat) NS

NEWSPAPERS
Death and Marriage Notices from the South-West Virginia Enterprise, 
17 Apr 1870 - 28 Dec 1881 (Chitwood) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Wythe Co., VA, Will Books 1 & 2, 1790-1822 (Douthat, Murphy, & Hatcher) NS
Film #34,224 = Probate Index, 1790-1911 - yes

TAX RECORDS
Wythe Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1793-1800 (Murphy & Douthat) NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marr. Reg., Wythe Co., 1790-1850 (Vogt & Kethley) yes
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Wythe Co., VA: Annotated Baptismal Records,
1793-1833 (Kegley) NS
Film #34,254
item 1 = Misc. Marriage Records, 1790-1905 - unindexed, didn't do
item 2 = Marriage Records #1, 1790-1853 (printed) yes
Film #34,255 = Register of Marriages #2, 1853-1890 - NS

************************************
RECORDS

24 Nov 1818 -- John Snodgrass of Montgomery Co., VA, married Kitty Stuart;
by George Flohr (publication of banns).

23 Nov 1820 -- Rebecca Snotgrass married John Pogee; by George Flohr.

[vss - from SCS member Lavern Snodgrass 7 Oct 98 ...
Quote: I recently stopped by the Wythe County, VA Courthouse. I was looking
for the family of Charlotte King who married Hugh Snodgrass in Mercer
Co., KY in 1797. In the process, I noted the marriage of Rebecca
Snodgrass to John Bogle. In the source book for Wythe County his name
is given as John Pogee. I did not pull any of the actual marriage
records--my observations were from the large book of marriage records.
Also in the same book, the marriage of John Snodgrass & Kitty Stuart on
24 Nov 1818 is given as "John Snodgrass of Montgomery County and Kitty
Stuart of Wythe County". - end quote]

12 Oct 1821 -- Deed Book 8, page 428: John Snodgrass to Enos Carter,
personalty, mortgage.
Recorded 13 Oct 1821.
<see 28 Mar 1834, Montgomery Co., VA>
----------------------------------- 

1860 Wythe Co VA Census

Wytheville P.O., page 740, #149/118:
E. H. McDonald 29-M-VA school teacher, 0/$100
Henderson Snodgrass 23-M-VA school teacher, 0/$100 <1850 Botetourt Co., VA>
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(need date) -- Early Settlers of Old Mount Airy, page 182: Lula Crocket Kinder,
born 1876 in Wythe Co., VA, died 1955; buried near her parents in Mountain View 
Cemetery. She married 17 Oct 1928 in Wythe Co., VA, Dexter Everett Snodgrass, 
born 1870, died 1956, s/o Sylvester & L. C. (Kirk) Snodgrass. They had no children.

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YORK COUNTY and the city of POQUOSON

SOURCES (975.5422 & 975.5423)

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemeteries of the City of Poquoson, VA, & Some Cemeteries of York Co., VA
(Forrest) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1830 census transcription - NS
1840 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS

LAND RECORDS
York Co., VA, Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. (Dorman) no. 8-10, 1667-1697 -- NS

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Calender of VA State Papers - yes
York Co., VA, Records, 1659-1662, 1665-1676, 3 vol. (Weisiger) NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Index to Wills & Estate Settlements Commencing 1608 [to the present century]: 
Williamsburg, James City, York Co., VA (Gardner) NS
York Co., VA, Orders, Wills, & Inventories, 1733-1734 (TLC Gen.) NS

TAX RECORDS
York Co., VA, Tax Lists 1788 & 1789 (Simmons) unindexed, didn't do

VITAL RECORDS
York Co., VA, Marriages, vol. 1, Bonds & Ministers' Returns, 1769-1853
(Pollock) NS

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RECORDS

31 Oct 1781 -- Calender of Virginia State Papers, vol. 2, page 571 -- A letter
from David Ross to the Governor, dated 31 Oct 1781, from York, includes the
following:
I find among the traders here some men who are really objects of
compassion, and 'tis from motives of humanity that I trouble your Excellency
about them, long convinced that they are inoffensive in their conduct--One of
them, a Mr. Hastie lived long in this County & left it ab: 20 yrs: ago--His
misfortunes in course of this War has reduced him to Bankruptcy. he wishes to
have his parole extended into the county where he formerly lived & has some
property.

A Mr. Snodgrass is in similar circumstances--two or three others are
sick. the others I will say nothing for--If your Excellency will be pleased
to extend the paroles of these unfortunate people I shall esteem it a
favour--By the inclosed letter* you'll see Genl: Washington's sentiments
relative to it. <*not found>

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