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MARION COUNTY 
(formed 1842 from Harrison & Monongalia Counties) 

SOURCES (975.454) 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Readings in West Virginia, vol. 1, Lincoln & Paw Paw 
Magisterial Districts of Marion County (WPA) - yes
Cemetery Readings in West Virginia, vol. 3, Fairmont & Grant
Magisterial Dist., Marion Co., WV (WPA) yes
Film #464,957 
item 1 = Cemetery records - NS
item 2 = Cemetery register, Woodlawn Cemetery - yes
item 3 = Ice Cemetery Register - NS
item 4 = Barrackville Cemetery Register - yes
item 5 = Bellview Cemetery Register - NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1850 census - yes <old film, hard to read> 
[vss - have transcription of 1850 thru 1870 published by
Marion Co Genealogy Club]
1860 census index - yes <film was very faint>
1870 census - yes
1880 census transcription - yes
1900 soundex/census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

LAND RECORDS
Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia - yes
Film #834,207 = Index to deeds, grantor, when-when? - yes
<CD Note: These deeds have not yet been looked up, however 
I have identified all the woman as wives, even though there
is a small chance they are not wives. I did this in order
to save time re-typing later.>

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Film #464,957 item 12 = Church & Parish Roll Memberships - NS

PROBATE RECORDS
Marion Co., WV, Will Book Index, 1842-1924 (Haines) yes
Film #464,957
item 11 = Wills, inventories, etc, 1842-1899 - yes
Film #834,447 = will book 1, 2, & 3 - yes
Film #834,448 = will book 4 - yes
Film #834,811 = will index, 1842-1970 - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Marion Co., WV, Death Records to Jan. 1944, vol. 5, 
(Marion Co Gen. Club) yes
<CD Note: There are apparent errors and discrepancies in 
these records, so other records should be used to verify
and complete the data>
Film #464,957
item 6 = Death Roll of Marion Lodge I.O.O.F. - NS
item 7 = Marriages, 1842-1865 - yes
item 8 = Births, 1890-1899 - yes
item 9 = Deaths, 1861-1889 - yes
item 10 = Marriages, 1866-1899 - yes
Film #835,624 = marriage index, 1855-1962 - yes
Film #835,626 = marriages, vol. A, B, C, 1 & 2 - yes
Film #835,627 = marriages, vol. 3 & 4 - yes
Film #835,628 = marriages, vol. 5 & 6 - yes
Film #835,629 = marriages, vol. 7 & 8 - yes
Film #835,630 = marriages, vol. 9 - yes
Film #835,631 = marriages, vol. 10 & 11 - yes
Film #835,632 = marriages, vol. 12 & 13 - yes 
Film #835,633 = marriages, vol. 14 & 15 - yes
Film #835,634 = marriages, vol. 16 & 17 - yes
Film #835,635 = marriages, vol. 18 & 19 - yes
Film #835,637 = marriages, vol. 22 & 23 - yes
Film #835,639 = marriages, vol. 26 & 27 - yes
Film #835,640 = marriages, vol. 28 & 29 - yes
Film #835,641 = marriages, vol. 30 & 31 - yes
Film #835,642 = marriages, vol. 32 & 33 - yes
Film #835,644 = marriages, vol. 35 & 36 - yes
Film #835,646 = marriages, vol. 38 & 39 - yes
Film #835,648 = marriages, vol. 41 & 42 - yes
Film #835,649 = marriages, vol. 43 - yes
Film #835,650 = marriages, vol. 44 - yes
Film #835,652 = marriages, vol. 48 & 49 - yes
Film #835,653 = marriages, vol. 50 & 51 - yes
Film #835,654 = marriages, vol. 52 & 53 - yes
Film #835,655 = marriages, vol. 54, 55, & 56 - yes
Film #835,656 = marriages, vol. 57 & 58 - yes
Film #835,657 = marriages, vol. 59 - yes

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

3 Mar 1842 -- John Jefferson Snodgrass of Tyler Co., married 
Anna Watson of Marion Co. (Book A, page 1). 
[vss - s/o Tho.Haymond Snodgrass]

18 Apr 1842 -- Will Book 1, page 61: Will of Michael Snodgrass, 
dated 18 Apr 1842, proved 3 Jul 1848. 
Leaves everything to Charles W. Satterfield.
Executor - John Musgrave.
[vss - Michael s/o Wm. d.1832 - Chas.W. s/o Isabella Snodgrass
d/o Wm.d.1832 - she may have m. Samuel Satterfield ca 1820 - 
find proof] 

14 Sep 1842 -- Deed Book 1, page 133: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor
his wife to Arthur Cowen, Lot 1 Rivesville.
Recorded 5 Dec 1842.

14 Sep 1842 -- Deed Book 1, page 137: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor
his wife to Jonathan Musgrave, Lot 13 Rivesville.
Recorded 5 Dec 1842.

14 Sep 1842 -- Deed Book 1, page 138: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to Jacob H. Straight Jr., Lot 16 Rivesville.
Recorded 5 Dec 1842.

14 Sep 1842 -- Deed Book 1, page 165: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his wife
to Jonathan Coogle, Lot 21 Rivesville.
Recorded 2 Jan 1843.

15 Sep 1842 -- Deed Book 1, page 244: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his wife to 
John Prichard, Lot 17 Rivesville.
Recorded 5 Jun 1843.

7 Jan 1843 -- Deed Book 1, page 182: Enos Snodgrass & Rachel his wife to
Alexander Talkington, 25 acres on Clay Lick Run.
Recorded 30 Jan 1843.
[vss - Enos s/o John (1781-1866) & Anna; m. Rachel Price - find m. record]

23 Mar 1843 -- Nelson Snodgrass married Thursay Morgan (Book A, page 3).
[vss - Nelson, s/o Elisha & Eleanor Batton]

1844 -- Taylor Co. formed from Barbour, Harrison, Marion, & Preston Counties.

1844 -- Sims Index: Elisha Snodgrass, 3 1/2 acres, Paw Paw Creek, Book 1, page 12.

13 Jan 1844 -- Deed Book 1, page 370: Jeremiah Snodgrass & Uphamy his wife to
Henry Valentine, 100 acres on Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 5 Feb 1844.

25 Dec 1844 -- Deed Book 1, page 497: Nathan Snodgrass to Isaac Means, sheriff, 
interest in parcel.
Recorded 25 Dec 1844.

24 Jan 1845 -- Deed Book 1, page 531: Nathan Snodgrass to Daniel Satterfield,
75 acres on Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 8 Feb 1845.

15 Nov 1845 -- Deed Book 2, page 80: Michael Snodgrass to James Satterfield,
1/10 of 168 acres on Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 15 Nov 1845.

30 Dec 1845 -- Deed Book 8, page 122: Elisha Snodgrass & Elenor his wife to
Samuel Barnhouse, parcel.
Recorded 10 Jan 1856.

7 May 1846 -- Deed Book 2, page 162: Enos Snodgrass & Rachel T. his wife to
Eli T. Price, 100 acres on Mahones Run.
Recorded 2 Jun 1846.

Jun 1846 -- Book 1, page 140: N. B. Snodgrass & others appraised the estate of John Merrill.

19 Sep 1846 -- Eliza Snodgrass married James T. Buchanan (Book A, page 19).

1 Oct 1846 -- Eugenius Snodgrass married Jane Knight (Book A, page 17).

20 Feb 1847 -- Deed Book 2, page 307: W. B. Snodgrass & Mary his wife to Elias Kendall, 
179 acres on Warrior Fork.
Recorded 30 Mar 1847.

22 Mar 1847 -- Deed Book 2, page 355: Elisha Snodgrass & Elenor his wife to
William Willey, Lots 17 & 18 Rivesville.
Recorded 12 Apr 1847.

22 Mar 1847 -- Deed Book 2, page 487: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his wife to
Moses McCurdy, Lot 10 Rivesville.
Recorded 26 Nov 1847.

22 May 1847 -- Deed Book 2, page 390: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his wife to
Thomas Barnes, Lots 11 & 12 Rivesville.
Recorded 31 May 1847.

[vss - "21 Feb 1848 Nathan Snodgrass died The Funeral tex is in Luke 22 Chapter vers 31 and 32
- Daniel Cunningham preached at the schoolhouse" (sic) 
(from J. H. Floyd death records/journal)]

20 Mar 1848 -- Isabella Snodgrass married Jared Hawkins (Book A, page 22).

6 May 1848 -- Deed Book 3, page 233: John Snodgrass & Anna his wife to 
Aaron Snodgrass, 100 acres on Rush Run.
Recorded 8 Nov 1848.

1 Jun 1848 -- Deed Book 3, page 232: Gabriel Snodgrass & Sarah his wife to Jesse Rex, 
170 acres on Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 7 Nov 1848.
[vss - Gabriel s/o John (1781-1866) & Anna]; Sarah d/o ___ Higgenbotham]

[vss - "June 5th Day 1848 Michael Snodgrass died this lif The funeral text is in Proverbs 14th
Chapter and 32 verse Goosman preached it at home. (sic) 
(from J. H. Floyd death records/journal, as published in Gleanings, Jun 1980 newsletter of 
Marion Co Gen. Club)]

17 Jun 1848 -- Deed Book 3, page 206: John Snodgrass to Isaac Y. Snodgrass, 
61 acres Warriors Fork.
Recorded 2 Oct 1848. [vss - Isaac Y. s/o John & Anna Bateson]

3 Jul 1848 -- (will of Michael Snodgrass, dated 18 Apr 1842, is proved)

Aug 1848 -- Clarinda Snodgrass, d/o Joseph Snodgrass, married James H. Davis (Bk A, p. 28)

16 Nov 1848 -- Sarah Snodgrass married Solomon Hawkins, by William Hawkins (Bk A, p. 27)

20 Mar 1849 -- Deed Book 3, page 318: Aaron Snodgrass & Elmira his wife to 
John Snodgrass, 100 acres on Rush Run.
Recorded 2 Apr 1849.
[vss - Aaron s/o John & Anna, m. Elmina Jane West, d/o James G. West]

14 May 1849 -- Deed Book 4, page 4: Enos Snodgrass & Rachel his wife to 
Elias Blackshere, parcel on Mchans Run.
Recorded 1 Jan 1850.

14 Aug 1849 -- Deed Book 6, page 285: Elisha Snodgrass & Elenor his wife to 
Edward L. Morgan, Lot 14 Rivesville.
Recorded 16 Jul 1853.

15 Sep 1849 -- Deed Book 4, page 35: Wm. B. Snodgrass & Mary his wife to 
Jesse F. Snodgrass, 140 acres on Warriers Fork.
Recorded 4 Feb 1850.

15 Sep 1849 -- Deed Book 5, page 28: Wm. B. Snodgrass & Mary his wife to 
Francis H. Snodgrass, 113 acres on Rock Camp Run.
Recorded 25 Oct 1851.

15 Nov 1849 -- Jesse Snodgrass married Sarah Ann Cunningham, by David Cunningham, 
M. E. Church (Book A, page 46).
[vss - Jesse F. s/o Wm.B. & Mary]
-------------------------

1850 Marion Co Census 

<Note: There is an Isaac Y. Snodgrass & family in the census, which we still need to copy.>
[vss - added the Isaac reading from my copy Marion Co Census - 1850 publ. by Marion Co. Gen.
Club ... Western District, #636-638 ... I put it in place]

Eastern District, #342/343:
Nelson Snodgrass 30-M-VA farmer
Theresa Snodgrass 30-F-VA <Thursy Morgan>
Nancy Merrifield 23-F-VA

Western District, #81/81:
Francis B. Snodgrass 27-M-VA blacksmith, $250
Rebecca Snodgrass 22-F-VA
Harriet<?> Snodgrass 5-F-VA [m. 1860 Harrison Co. George W. B. Martin]
Sarah<?> E. Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Mary _<?> Snodgrass 1m<?>-F-VA
Washington Parker 18-M-VA blacksmith
<1860 Harrison Co.> [vss - 1870 Ritchie]

Western District, #167/167:
Joseph Snodgrass 42-M-VA house carpenter 
[vss - s/o Joseph & Rebecca]
Dorcas Snodgrass 37-F-VA <Dorcas Thorn>[d/o John & Eliz.]
John Snodgrass 19-M-VA laborer
Elizabeth Snodgrass 13-F-VA
James Snodgrass 8-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 6-F-VA
Joseph S. Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Elizabeth Thorn 60-F-VA
Hawn? Thorn 32-M-VA [Aaron Thorn s/o John Thorn & Elizabeth]
<m. 1830 Monongalia Co.>
[vss - Aaron Thorn, d.20 May 1884, age 66-3-27, s/o John & Eliz. - from Marion Co Deaths]

Western District, #375/375 [? my copy has #575-577]:
Enis Snodgrass 38-M-VA stone mason, $1,750 
[Enos s/o John & Anna Bateson]
Rachel L.? Snodgrass 31-F-VA [vss - my copy says "T"]
Rebecca M. Snodgrass 12-F-VA
Melissa _? Snodgrass 10-F-VA [vss - my copy "Melissa Ann"]
Susan Snodgrass 7-F-VA
Hannah Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Jesse F.? Snodgrass 2-M-VA [vss - my copy "Jesse T"]
<1840 Harrison Co.; 1860 Muhlenberg Co., KY>
[vss - look for m. of Enos to Rachel Price d/o Jesse & Susannah]

Western District, #430/430 [vss - my copy has #630-632]:
Jesse F. Snodgrass 22-M-VA farmer, $1,000 [m. within yr]
Sarah Ann Snodgrass 18-F-VA 
[vss - d/o David Cunningham & Charlotte Rebecca Snider]
<1870 Doddridge Co.>

Western District, #431/431 [my copy has #631-633]:
Charles W. Snodgrass 22-M-VA farmer 
[vss - this is Charles M. s/o John & Anna Bateson]
Mary Snodgrass 20-F-PA 
[vss - Mary Stoneking - ?d/o Jacob; 
m. ca 1848, she is Chas' first wife of three]
Melissa H. Snodgrass 2-F-VA

Western District, #434/434 [my copy #634-636]:
Francis H.? Snodgrass 25-M-VA farmer, $450 [vss - s/o Wm.B.& Mary]
Hannah Snodgrass 26-F-VA [my copy says "Susannah"]
Christiana? Price 14-F-VA
[vss - find m. Susannah PRICE? is Christiana Susannah's sister?]

[vss - inserted from my copy 1850 Marion census
Western Dist. #635-637
KINDAL, Elias 34 farmer VA [Elias Kendall]
Isabel 30 [Isabelle d/o Wm.B. & Mary]
Noah 10
Sarah J. 8 [d.26 Jul 1862 Marion Deaths]
Wm.B.C. 6 [see below]
Susannah 4
Lavinia 2
John W. 7/12 [7 mo.]
[vss - Isabelle Snodgrass m. Elias Kendall 30 Aug 1838, Harrison Co.]
[vss - Wm.B.C. Kendall m.27 Feb 1868 Marion, Rachel Cunningham, 
d/o Nimrod & Martha, and had a son Norman F. Kendall, who wrote 
"History & Genealogy of Kendalls, Cunninghams and Snodgrasses",
publ. 1942, Grafton Sentinel Publ.Co., Grafton, WV ... MUCH of
the confusion in sorting the early WV Snodgrasses started with
the publication of that book! Kendall quoted heavily from a 
"History of Ritchie County" book, published ca 1911,
written Minnie Kendall Lowther ... vss]

[vss] Western Dist #636-638:
Isaac Y Snodgrass 26 farmer VA [s/o John & Anna Bateson]
Mathilda 24 PA [m1. ca 1847]
[d/o Jacob & Matilda Stoneking; d. 3 Apr 1854, age 29, b. Greene Co PA]
Martha E 3VA 
[m. Levi H. Cain s/o Walter & Sarah Hays (d/o Levi & Anna Jack)]
Alpheus R 9 mo VA 
[? as Aphy Snodgrass 20/VA in prison 1870 Marion]

Western District, #438/438 [my copy #637-639]:
John Snodgrass 69-M-PA farmer, $1,400
Ann Snodgrass 66-F-MD[Anna Bateson, m. ca 1802 - 1804]
Sarah Morgan 20-F-VA [d. 31 Jan 1857 Pleasants Co]
<1840 Harrison Co.> 
[vss - Sarah is their grandaughter, d/o Hugh Morgan & Rachel Snodgrass 
(She is also on 1850 Tyler)]

Western District, #439/439 [my copy #638-640]:
Gabriel Snodgrass 35-M-VA farmer, $150
Sarah Snodgrass 36-F-VA <Sarah Higginbotham>
William O. Snodgrass 12-M-VA [William Oliver, m. Marinda Shuman]
John Snodgrass 10-M-VA [John H., m. Pleasant Kendall]
Onesimus Snodgrass 8-M-VA [O.Y. m. Eliz.Booth]
Ann Snodgrass 6?-F-VA [6]
Isabel Snodgrass 4-F-VA
Stinson? Snodgrass 2-F-VA [Almira?]
Mary Snodgrass 1-F-VA
Jacob Higginbotham 19-M-VA laborer
<m. 1836 Tyler Co.> <1840 Harrison Co.>
<This needs to be re-checked, as there are discrepancies between
readings by various people.>

Western District, #440/440 [my copy #640-642]:
William Snodgrass 54-M-VA farmer, $4,700 
[William B., Sr. s/o Francis & Rachel Smith]
Mary Snodgrass 47-F-VA
John D. Snodgrass 18-M-VA laborer 
[m.1 Charlotte R.Millan, m.2 Susannah Hitchcock]
Enos E. Snodgrass 16-M-VA 
[m.1 Mary Millan, m.2 Melissa A. (?) widow of Joseph Snodderly]
Rachel Snodgrass 14-F-VA [m. Enoch Evans]
William R. Snodgrass 12-M-VA [Wm.B.Jr. m. Mary Fetty, divorced]
Silas V. Snodgrass 10-M-VA [m. Samantha Hays; 1870 Wright Co MN]
Mary Ann Snodgrass 6<4?>-F-VA [m. Geo. Ice]
Rebecca Snodgrass 3-F-VA [Rebecca m. Ed Fetty]
Alpheus Snodgrass 24-M-VA laborer [m. Christina Parrish]
<1840 Harrison Co.>
[vss - Wm.& Mary's other children: 
Isabelle b.ca 1820, m. Elias Kendall; Sarah b.ca.1822 
m. Davis Toothman; Francis H. b.ca.1824 m. Susannah Price;
Jesse F. b.ca.1828, m. Sarah Cunningham; Lavinia b.ca.1830, 
m.1 James Ice, and m.2 Nim Martin]

Western District, #1039/1039 [my copy #1039-1043:
Elisha Snodgrass 64-M-VA farmer, $3,000 [vss - s/o James & Catherine]
Eleanor Snodgrass 69-F-PA <Eleanor Batton>[d/o Henry]
James Locaster? 67-M-France laborer
<m. 1807 Monongalia Co., VA>

Western District, #1040/1040 [my copy #1040-1044]:
Eugeniah? Snodgrass 24-M-VA [Eugenus, s/o Elisha]
Jane Snodgrass 27-F-VA <Jane Knight>[Ann Jane]
Samantha Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Carolina Snodgrass 1-F-VA

Western District, #1043/1043 [my copy #1043-1047]:
Amos Snodgrass 40-M-VA farmer, $1,200 [s/o Elisha]
Elizabeth Snodgrass 33-F-VA <Elizabeth Danley>[? Donnelly]
Rowana Snodgrass 10-F-VA
Johnine? Snodgrass 8-F-VA [Julianne, named for Amos' sister]
Silas W. Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Rachael V.? Snodgrass 2-F-VA
Martha J.? Connelley 17-F-VA [Martha J Donnelly]
Joseph Van Kirk 45-M-PA [b.ca 1805, d.29 Jul 1852 Marion]
<m. 1839 Monongalia Co., VA>
<1840 Harrison Co.>

Western District, #1046/1046 [my copy #1046-1050]:
John Muscrabe 48-M-VA <Musgrave>
Sarah Muscrabe 40-F-VA <Sarah Snodgrass> 
[d/o Joseph Snodgrass & Rachel Smith]
***
Rachel Snodgrass 72-F-DE [vss - d/o Samuel Smith & Anna; d. 22 Jul 1858]
[vss - Rachel m.1 13 Mar 1795 Francis Snodgrass (d. 1805 ?) s/o Wm. d. 1832; 
she m.2 12 Aug 1805 Joseph Snodgrass s/o James & Catherine]
<we need the rest of this census>
[vss -the Musgrave children in hh:
Edgar Musgrave 18 Laborer VA
Rachel 16 VA
James P 14 "
Alcinda 13 "
Isabel 11 "
John 9 "
Wm.Lynch 6 "
Zeri 4 " (male)
Lurana 2 "
*************************

[vss-here is another insert:
Western Dist. #1047-1051:
Simon Donnelly 38 farmer VA
Mary Ann 38 VA [d/o Elisha]
Marshall 8
George V 5

[vss - THIS ENTRY IS AN ERROR MADE BY THE CENSUS TAKER IN 1850
[Western District, #1048/1048:
[Francis Snodgrass 26?-M-VA wagon maker
[Susannah Snodgrass 21-F-VA
[Sarah F. Snodgrass 5-F-VA
[Samuel L.? Snodgrass 3-M-VA
[Emily M. Snodgrass 2-F-VA
[the family above is actually SATTERFIELD - 
Francis is s/o Sam'l & Isabella Snodgrass Satterfield, which must
be what confused the census taker - just look at 1860 Marion - 
#1272-1210 and the family has the correct name!]

Western District, #1052/1054 [vss - my copy #1052-1056]:
Nicholas Baker 47-M-VA 
[m.10 Mar 1831, bond date 5 Mar Monongalia Co., 
bondsman: Wm. Snodgrass]
Fanny Baker 43-F-VA 
[d/o Wm.Snodgrass & m1. Ann/Nancy King, she is niece of Benj.]
***
[vss - their children in hh inserted from rest of census ...]
Wm. T. 19 laborer
John W. 17
Martha C. 13
Nicholas E 7
Benjamin Snodgrass 55-M-VA laborer [d. 1853; s/o Wm. d.1832 Monongalia]
Martha Snodgrass 41-F-VA 
[vss - is this dau of Wm. & Ann, too? unlikely to be wife of Benj.
because in his will written 1836, he left all to nephew Nicholas Baker
(actually nephew in law)]

[vss- one more insert:

Western Distr #1053-1057:
Charles Satterfield 23 farmer VA 
[s/o Samuel Satterfield ? & Isabella Snodgrass]
Zana 20
Erastus F. 1
Lydia BOON 8
--------------------------------------

17 Oct 1850 -- Deed Book 4, page 257: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor
his wife to Eugenus Snodgrass, Lots 6 & 8 Rivesville.
Recorded 19 Oct 1850.

17 Oct 1850 -- Deed Book 4, page 306: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor
his wife to Simeon S. West, part Lots 10 & 11 Rivesville.
Recorded 19 Oct 1850.

4 Feb 1851 -- David Snodgrass married Elen Youst, by A. Haynes, 
Baptist minister. (Book A, page 44). 
[David L. Snodgrass s/o Jeremiah & Euphamey, m. Perdilla Ellen Youst]

6 Feb 1851 -- Deed Book 5, page 165: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to Jarret Evans, 310 acres on Laurel Run.
Recorded 14 Jan 1852.
[vss - Jared Evans m. 1836 Elisha's dau. Elizabeth]

Jun 1851 -- Book 1, page 397: William Snodgrass & others appraised 
the estate of John Cunningham.

(no dates) -- Book 1, page 438: W. B. Snodgrass & others appraised
the estate of Andrew Baker.

25 Oct 1851 -- Deed Book 5, page 147: Eugenus Snodgrass & Jane 
his wife to Elisha Snodgrass, Lot in Milford.
Recorded 23 Dec 1851.

25 Oct 1851 -- Deed Book 5, page 268: Eugenus Snodgrass & Jane 
his wife to William M. Reed, Lot 8 Rivesville.
Recorded 3 May 1852.

23 Mar 1852 -- Deed Book 5, page 244: Enos Snodgrass & Rachel T. 
his wife to Isaac Talkington, 150 acres on Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 6 Apr 1852.

23 Mar 1852 -- Deed Book 6, page 190: Enos Snodgrass & Rachel 
his wife to Stephen T. Gooch, 125 acres on Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 27 Apr 1853.

3 Apr 1852 -- Deed Book 6, page 292: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to John K. Cunningham, Lot 15 Rivesville.
Recorded 6 Jul 1853.

20 Sep 1852 -- Deed Book 6, page 24: Elisha Snodgrass & Elnor 
his wife to Arthur Cowan, Lot 1 Rivesville.
Recorded 6 Dec 1852.

20 Sep 1852 -- Deed Book 7, page 196: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to Simeon S. West, Lot 9 Rivesville.
Recorded 8 Aug 1854.

1 Nov 1852 -- Deed Book 6, page 3: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to Richard Clayton, 32 acres on Laurel Run.
Recorded 1 Nov 1852.

28 Feb 1853 -- Deed Book 6, page 291: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to John K. Cunningham, Lot 7 Rivesville.
Recorded 6 Jul 1853.

25 Mar 1853 -- Benjamin Snodgrass, b. Monongalia Co., WV, 
s/o William & Barbara Snodgrass, died 25 Mar 1853.

[vss - "March 25 Day 1853 Benjamin Snodgrass the lame man depart this life on Friday
Morning age 61 years on the 5th Day of June. David Cunningham preached his funeral
at the schoolhouse the text was in Numbers the 23 Chapter and last part of the 16th verse"
(from J. H. Floyd death records/journal as published in "Gleanings" Jun 1980 newsletter of
the Marion Co Genealogy Club, Fairmont, WV)]

[vss - Marion Co Death Records: 25 Mar 1853 - Benjamin Snodgrass died; age not given; 
born Monongalia County; parents William & Barbara]

Apr 1853 -- (Monongalia Co Will of Benjamin Snodgrass, dated 18 Jun 1836, is proved in 
Marion Co April Court)

25 Apr 1853 -- Will Book 1, page 208: Will of David Youst, Marion Co., VA,
widow Rebecca Youst.
daughters Prudilla Snodgrass <m. 4 Feb 1851 David L. Snodgrass>, Elva Ellen McBee, 
Sally Wirtman, Malinda Freeland, Harriet Alton, & Eliza N. Wade.
sons Jehu D. & Fielding Youst.
grandchildren Lucy Ellen, Louis Ramur, Martha and John Gooch, heirs of 
daughter Polly Ann Gooch, dec'd.
grandchildren Martha Ann, Malissa, David, Permanas, Alvina, ---, and Tinidese Youst, heirs of
son Nicholas B. Youst, dec'd.
Witnesses: Henry Boggess, William Basnett, Milo Haynes.
Will proved Jun Court 1853.

31 Aug 1853 -- Deed Book 6, page 313: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his wife to
Noe T. Matheny, 50 acres on Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 31 Aug 1853.

Sep 1853 -- Deed Book 6, page 484: John Snodgrass to Charles M. Snodgrass, 80 acres on
Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 10 Jan 1854.

1854 -- Sims Index: Elisha Snodgrass, 19 acres, Buffalo Creek, Book 1, page 117.

24 Mar 1854 -- Deed Book 7, page 434: Elisha Snodgrass & Elenor his wife to
Nelson Snodgrass, Lot 6 Rivesville.
Recorded 2 Apr 1855.

[vss - 3 April 1854 - Matilda d/o Jacob Stoneking & Matilda (they 1840 Tyler, 1850 Wetzel)
Matilda is 24 b.PA on 1850 Marion .... and her death is in Marion Co. Death Records book
published by Marion Co. Gen. Club - Vol. I, p. 30 ...
"died 3 April 1854 Matilda Snodgrass, age 29y, b. PA, Greene Co., parents: Stoneking, J & M;
husb: I Y"]

31 Jul 1854 -- Nathan J. Snodgrass married [m1.] Rhoda Amos (Book B, page 6).
[vss - this is s/o Isaac & Hannah Baker of Ritchie Co]

9 Oct 1854 -- John D. Snodgrass married Charlotte Millan (Book B, page 6).
[vss - John D. s/o Wm. B. & Mary; m1. Charlotte Rebecca Millan, m2. Susannah Hitchcock]

16 Oct 1854 -- Rachel Snodgrass married Enoch Evans (Book B, page 6).

10 Mar 1855 -- Will Book 1, page 235: Will of P. B. Arnett, Marion Co., VA.
Heirs of Levina Arnett: Florence & Loughrey Arnett.
Heirs of brother Sidney N. Arnett: Elizabeth Ann Arnett, Pinkney B. Arnett, &
Mary A. Arnett.
granddaughter Alcinda Youst.
devisees Laverna Snodgrass, devisee Lindsay Merrill, devisee Rachel Manear
witnesses Henry Fleming & Daniel D. Tucker.
will proved 8 May 1855.

24 Mar 1855 -- Deed Book 7, page 480: Elisha Snodgrass & Elenor his wife to
Albert T. Knight et al, 3 1/2 acres on Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 24 May 1855.

24 Mar 1855 -- Deed Book 8, page 35: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his wife to
Simeon Danelly, 36 acres.
Recorded 1 Oct 1855.

2 Oct 1855 -- Deed Book 8, page 77: Francis B. Snodgrass to Daniel S.
Clelland et al, agreement, Lot in Barrackville.
Recorded 10 Nov 1855.

24 Feb 1856 -- James F. Snodgrass, b. 7 Sep 1850, Marion Co., 
s/o Jesse F. & Sarah Snodgrass, died 24 Feb 1856. 

2 Aug 1856 -- Deed Book 8, page 460: Jesse F. Snodgrass & Sarah Anne
his wife to Nimrod Cunningham, 159.140 p., Warrior Fork.
Recorded 13 Dec 1856.

25 Aug 1856 -- Enos E. Snodgrass married [m1] Mary Millan 
(Book B, page 14).
[vss - Enos E. s/o Wm. B. & Mary]

26 Sep 1856 -- William H. Snodgrass, died 26 Sep 1856, age 2y 3m 6d,
buried Freeland Cem.

10 Oct 1856 -- William H. Snodgrass, b. 4 Jul 1854, Marion Co., 
s/o Francis B. & Rebecca
Snodgrass, died 10 Oct 1856.

24 Nov 1856 -- Deed Book 8, page 534: Enos Snodgrass (by Commissioner)
to Aaron Baker, 40 acres 3 rods on Mahors Run.
Recorded 2 Feb 1857.

1857 -- Deed Book 9, page 129: John W. Snodgrass & Margaret his wife
to Elijah Musgrave, 1/3 acre.
Recorded 27 Jul 1857.

7 Jul 1857 -- Deed Book 13, page 271: John Snodgrass to John D. 
Snodgrass, 109 acres.
Recorded 7 Feb 1865.

9 Nov 1857 -- Deed Book 9, page 202: Isaac Z. Snodgrass 
[Isaac Y. Snodgrass] & Emeline his wife to Wm. B. Snodgrass, 
61 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 20 Nov 1857.

11 Jan 1858 -- Deed Book 11, page 261: J. W. Snodgrass & 
Margaret D. his wife et al to Wm. T. Baker, 10 acres 37 poles, 
Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 21 Mar 1861.

15 Jan 1857 -- Will Book 1, page 277: D. L. Snodgrass witnessed 
the will of John Clayton.

17 Apr 1858 -- Deed Book 11, page 78: Wm. B. Snodgrass to 
John D. Snodgrass, 166 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 5 Jun 1860.

17 Apr 1858 -- Deed Book 11, page 93: Wm. B. Snodgrass to 
Alpheus R. Snodgrass, parcel, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 2 Jul 1860.

1 May 1858 -- Deed Book ???, page ???: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor
his wife to Seth Thorn, 100 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 5 Jul 1858.

22 Jul 1858 -- Rachel Snodgrass, b. 12 Dec 1776, d. 22 Jul 1858,
buried Oaklawn Cemetery. 

24 Aug 1858 -- Wm. B. Snodgrass Jr. married Mary Felty [Mary Fetty]
(Book B, page 21).

29 Apr 1859 -- Will Book 1, page 356: Will of Elizabeth Clayton,
Marion Co., VA.
sons Elijah & Ezekiel Clayton
daughters Sarah Wilson & U. Snodgrass 
[Uphamey Clayton m. Jeremiah Snodgrass].
witnesses: Joseph S. Snodgrass & Elisha S. Clayton.
No record of probate.

3 Dec 1859 -- Deed Book 11, page 86: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor his
wife to Alfred Hood, Lot 4, Rivesville.
Recorded 19 Jun 1860.

3 Dec 1859 -- Deed Book 12, page 373: Elisha Snodgrass & Eleanor 
his wife to William Beatty, Lot 19, Rivesville.
Recorded 6 Aug 1864.

21 Jan 1860 -- Elisha Snodgrass, 74, widower, farmer, b. Monongalia 
Co., s/o Jas. & Catherine Snodgrass, married Phebe Shaver, 64, widow,
b. Harrison Co. (parents names not given) (Book C, page 17).
<If this is actually 20 Jun, it would explain perhaps why Eleanor 
is still listed as his wife in the census. The deed dated 
30 Aug 1860 shows that he was married to Phebe by that date.>
[vss - Eleanor Batton Snodgrass wife of Elisha d. 26 Jul 1860 Marion Co]

23 Feb 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 4: John W. Snodgrass & Margaret 
his wife to Nicholas Baker, interest in 75 acres, Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 22 Mar 1860.

17 Mar 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 77: Nathan Snodgrass & Rhoda his
wife et al to Edgar W. Amos, 52 1/2 acres, Little Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 4 Jun 1860.

7 May 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 102: Amos Snodgrass & Elizabeth
his wife to A. H. Dudley, lot 2, Rivesville.
Recorded 6 Aug 1860.
-------------------------

1860 Marion Co VA Census 

Third Magisterial District, Meredith Tavern P.O., page 533, #645/608:
Amos Snodgrass 51-M-VA laborer, $100/550
Elizabeth Snodgrass 46-F-VA [Danley / Donelly ?]
Roanna Snodgrass 19-F-VA
Julianne Snodgrass 17-F-VA
Silas Snodgrass 14-M-VA
Virginia R. Snodgrass 9-F-VA
Martha E. Snodgrass 4-F-VA
William Clark 1-M-VA
<m. 1839 Monongalia Co., VA> [1870 Macon Co MO]

Third Magisterial District, Meredith Tavern P.O., page 534, #654/616:
Nelson Snodgrass 39-M-VA carpenter, $820/100
Thirza Snodgrass 39-F-VA

page 613 <supposed to be 2 entries on this page>

Fifth Magisterial District, Rivesville P.O., page 613, #1259/1197:
Winkley Snodgrass 46-M-VA laborer, 0/$700 [Brinkley M. s/o Elisha]
Elisha Snodgrass 74-M-VA farmer, $42200/360
Ellen Snodgrass 79-F-PA [Eleanor Batton; d. 26 Jul 1860]
Rebecca Evans 11-F-VA 
Vernima<?> Me___ill 79-F-PA 

page 614 <supposed to be an entry on this page>

Fifth Magisterial District, Rivesville P.O., page 616, #1280/1217:
Samuel West 56-M-VA laborer, 0/$50
Sarah West 60-F-VA
James West 25-M-VA laborer, 0/$210
Felix West 22-M-VA laborer, 0/$40
Gabriel Snodgrass 8-M-VA

Fifth Magisterial District, Rivesville P.O., page 619, #1305/1241:
Eugenius Snodgrass 34-M-VA laborer, 0/$390
Ann J. Snodgrass 37-F-VA <Jane Knight>
Samantha Snodgrass 13-F-VA
Caroline Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Clinton Snodgrass 4-M-VA

page 620 <supposed to be an entry on this page>

Fifth Magisterial District, Rivesville P.O., page 623, #1335/1269:
Joseph S. Snodgrass 52-M-VA carpenter, 0/$300
Dorcas Snodgrass 47-F-VA <Dorcas Thorn>
Elizabeth Snodgrass 22-F-VA
James Snodgrass 18-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 15-F-VA
Joseph Snodgrass 13-M-VA
Martha Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Henry Yates 13-M-VA
<m. 1830 Monongalia Co., VA>

Fifth Magisterial District, Basnettsville P.O., page 650, #1523/1453:
David L. Snodgrass 32-M-VA constable, $1230/150
Perdella Snodgrass 30-F-VA
Fielding E. Snodgrass 8-M-VA
Feneton D. Snodgrass 7-M-VA
Louey M. Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Wilford B. Snodgrass 3-M-VA
infant 2m-M-VA

Seventh Magisterial District, Mannington P.O., page 709, #1738/1868:
Ezekiel C. Snodgrass 30-M-VA carpenter, $1800/400
Livorna V. Snodgrass 25-F-VA
Ellory B. Snodgrass 7-M-VA
Sarah H. Snodgrass 5-F-VA
Breckinridge Snodgrass 3-M-VA
Columbus A. Snodgrass 2-M-VA
Araminta D. Snodgrass 1m-F-VA
<1850 Ritchie Co.>

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 735, #2131/2055:
William L. Felty 43-M-VA farmer [vss - FETTY]
Jenny E. Felty 17-F-VA
Emery Felty 15-M-VA farm laborer, 0/$100
Larned E. Felty 14-M-VA
Sanford E. Felty 13-M-VA
Sarah E. Felty 11-F-VA
Christina V. Felty 10-F-VA
Hackley L. Felty 8-M-VA
Albert N. Felty 6-M-VA
Martha J. Felty 4-F-VA
Mary A. Felty 2-F-VA
Milly Snodgrass 18-F-VA [Milly Fetty, m1. Wm. B. Snodgrass, Jr.]
Isabel V. Snodgrass 10m-F-VA

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 739, #2133/2077:
Francis H. Snodgrass 35-M-VA farmer, $1000/300
Susannah Snodgrass 35-F-VA
Susanna Kindall 15-F-VA

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 739, #2134/2078:
William B. Snodgrass 64-M-VA farmer, $9000/1000
Mary Snodgrass 57-F-VA
Silas W. Snodgrass 18-M-VA farm laborer
Mary A. Snodgrass 15-F-VA
Rebecca Snodgrass 11-F-VA
Alphonso Sedwick 3-M-VA 
[vss - Alpheus Sedgewick Snodgrass is s/o Enos E.]
<we need to check & see if Sedwick is Alphonso's middle name or surname>

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 739, #2158/2082:
John D. Snodgrass 28-M-VA farmer, $7000/500
Charlotte R. Snodgrass 23-F-VA <Charlotte Millan>
Francis J. Snodgrass 4-M-VA
Harriet R. Snodgrass 3-F-VA
Mary M. Snodgrass 1-F-VA

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 739, #2159/2983:
Alpheus R. Snodgrass 34-M-VA farmer, $900/300
Christina Snodgrass 26-F-VA
Philadelphia Caton 7-F-VA

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 740, #2162/2086:
John Snodgrass 79-M-PA farmer, $2000/375
Ann Snodgrass 76-F-MD
Hiram E. Snodgrass 7-M-VA 
[vss - last child of Isaac Y. & #1 Matilda Stoneking]

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 740, #2163/2087:
Isaac Y. Snodgrass 34-M-VA farm laborer, 0/$170
Emeline Snodgrass 34-F-VA [Teagarden; m2. by 1857?]
Martha E. Snodgrass 12-F-VA [d/o #1 Matilda]
Alpheus R. Snodgrass 10-M-VA [s/o #1]
Ellis D. Snodgrass 3-M-VA [s/o #2 Emaline]
William A. Snodgrass 2-M-VA [William Nelson s/o #2]

Seventh Magisterial District, Glovers Gap P.O., page 740, #2164/2088:
Gabriel Snodgrass 50-M-VA farmer, $100/525 
[d. 1862; s/o John & Ann Bateson]
Sarah Snodgrass 50-F-VA [Higgenbotham]
John H. Snodgrass 18-M-VA farm laborer
Omasymer Y. Snodgrass 17-M-VA farm laborer
Almira O.? Snodgrass 16-F-VA
Isabel M. Snodgrass 14-F-VA
Mary E. Snodgrass 12-F-VA
Rachel R. Snodgrass 9-F-VA
<m. 1836 Tyler Co., VA>

Seventh Magisterial District, Beatys Mills P.O., page 744, #2193/2117:
Margaret Millam 36-F-VA, 0/$100
Elizabeth Millam 29-F-VA
John M. Millam 16-M-VA
Mary Snodgrass 24-F-VA 
[Millan; m. Enos E. Snodgrass s/o Wm. B. & Mary]
Charlotte E. Snodgrass 4m-F-VA [d/o Enos]
--------------------------

23 Aug 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 151: J. W. Snodgrass & Margaret D.
his wife to Wm. S. Baker, 25 acres, Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 1 Oct 1860.

25 Aug 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 507: John D. Snodgrass & 
Charlotte R. his wife to Daniel Hess, 81 acres 3 rods, 
Warriors Fork.
Recorded 1 Dec 1862.

27 Aug 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 125: Elisha Snodgrass, Joseph 
Snodgrass, James Snodgrass heirs, to Eugenuas Snodgrass, 145 acres,
Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 27 Aug 1860.

30 Aug 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 543: Elisha Snodgrass & Phebe 
his wife to Wm. M. Reid, 25 acres, Clay Lick Run.
Recorded 6 Mar 1863.

1 Oct 1860 -- Alviny A. Snodgrass (f.) married Francis M. Hayes 
(Book B, page 26).
[vss - d/o Gabriel Snodgrass & Sarah Higgenbotham - name seems 
to be Elmina Ann, but is variously seen as Elmyra, Almira, Alvina;
Francis Marion Hays b. ca 1838 is F. M. 13, s/o John E. Hays & 
Rachel on 1850 Wetzel; 1860 Wetzel as Marion F. 22 w/ John E. Hays;
1870 Marion has Francis M. Hays 33 & wife Elmina 26, dau Rachel 7,
son Oneseviras B 4, and son George J 2]

1 Oct 1860 -- Deed Book 11, page 396: Elisha Snodgrass to 
Felix Beaty, 149 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 23 Jan 1862.

21 Jan 1861 -- Book 4, page 121: E. C. Snodgrass & others appraised
the estate of Robert Hill.

5 Feb 1861 -- Deed Book 11, page 282: Alpheus R. Snodgrass to 
Elias Kendall, 34 acres.
Recorded 8 Apr 1861.

20 Apr 1861 -- Deed Book 11, page 504: W. B. Snodgrass & Mary his
wife to Enos S. Evans, et al, 100 acres 18 poles, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 10 Nov 1862.

7 May 1862 -- Ann Jane Snodgrass, wife of Dennis Snodgrass, 
d. 7 May 1862, age 38y 11m 13d, buried Knight Cemetery. 
[vss - Ann Jane Knight m. Eugenus Snodgrass - someone please 
look for actual death record!]

30 Aug 1862 -- Deed Book 19, page 482: Elisha Snodgrass & Phebe 
his wife to Charles L. Gooch, 16 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 30 Oct 1869.

3 Nov 1862 -- Will Book 1, pg 371: Will of Gabriel Snodgrass, 
dated 3 Nov 1862, proved Dec 1862 
wife Sarah
oldest son William O. Snodgrass
son John H. Snodgrass
son Onesimus Y. Snodgrass
daughter Almyra Ann Hays
daughter Isabel M. Snodgrass
daughter Mary E. Snodgrass
daughter Rachel R. Snodgrass
executor - friend W. B. Snodgrass

16 Dec 1862 -- Book 4, page 22: Appraisal of the estate of 
Elishu Snodgrass; administrator G. W. Swisher. 
[vss - Elisha Snodgrass]

1863 -- Estate Settlement Book 5, page 236: Settlement of the estate
of Elisha Snodgrass; administrator Geo. W. Swisher.

12 Aug 1863 -- Deed Book 12, page 26: J. W. Snodgrass & Margaret
his wife to Wm. Beaty, 30 acres.
Recorded 29 Aug 1863.

1 Sep 1863 -- Deed Book 18, page 255: John Snodgrass Sr. to 
Andrew Campbell, agreement, parcel, Rush Run.
Recorded 5 Oct 1868.

20 Jan 1864 -- Deed Book 12, page 150: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass & 
Luverna his wife to Edgar M. Jones, 106 3/4 acres, Piles Fork.
Recorded 29 Jan 1864.

20 Jan 1864 -- Deed Book 13, page 297: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass & 
Leverna his wife to Edgar M. Jones, 106 3/4 acres, Piles Fork.
Recorded 10 Feb 1865.

28 Jan 1864 -- Brinkley M. Snodgrass, 50, widower, soldier U.S.A.,
b. Monongalia Co., s/o Elisha & Eleanor Snodgrass, married [m2] 
Elizabeth Newman, 43, single, b. Monongalia Co.,
d/o Jno. & Sarah Newman (Book C, page 25).

12 Apr 1864 -- Deed Book 12, page 251: Brinkley M. Snodgrass & 
Elizabeth his wife to James M. Danley, 8 1/4 acres.
Recorded 12 Apr 1864.

22 Apr 1864 -- Deed Book 12, page 345: John Snodgrass Jr. to 
Andrew Campbell, parcel, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 23 Jun 1864.

22 Aug 1864 -- Book 4, page 189: Appraisal of the estate of 
William B. Snodgrass; $174.00.

(need dates)-- Book 4, page 410: Appraisal of the estate of 
Eugenus Snodgrass, by John Clayton & John Coogle.

3 Sep 1864 -- Deed Book 13, page 138: Amos Snodgrass to 
Jasper Hayhurst, 10 « acres.
Recorded 19 Dec 1864.

1865 -- Estate Settlement Book 5, page 230: Settlement of the estate
of William B. Snodgrass; administratrix Mary Snodgrass.

3 Apr 1865 -- Deed Book 14, page 144: William O. Snodgrass & 
Marinda his wife to John B. West, 36 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 8 May 1865.

4 Apr 1865 -- Deed Book 14, page 92: William B. Snodgrass estate 
to Fontain Smith, interest in estate.
Recorded 5 Apr 1865.

20 Apr 1865 -- Phebe Snodgrass, 60, widow, b. Marion Co., parents
names not given, married Isaac Phillips, 60, widower, b. Fayette 
Co., PA, s/o Theophilus & Mary (Book C, page 27).
[widow of Elisha, she was his second wife]

6 Jun 1865 -- Deed Book 17, page 217: Nelson Snodgrass, discharge,
U.S. Army,
recorded 3 Feb 1866.
<may have been recorded twice, or one may be an error of indexing - 
see 3 Feb 1866>

20 Jul 1865 -- Deed Book 14, page 377: John D. Snodgrass & Rebecca
his wife to Samuel Snider, 12 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 5 Sep 1865.

1 Sep 1865 -- Deed Book 14, page 374: Silas V. Snodgrass & Samantha
his wife to Enos E. Snodgrass, 1/7 of 33 acres.
Recorded 5 Sep 1865.

1 Sep 1865 -- Deed Book 14, page 380: Enos E. Snodgrass & Mary his
wife to Silas V. Snodgrass, 76 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 5 Sep 1865.

5 Oct 1865 -- Fielden S. Snodgrass, 22, single, farmer, b. Wetzel Co.,
s/o John D. & Nancy Snodgrass, married Sarah M. Robins, 22, single, 
b. Marion Co., d/o George & Rosanna (Book C, page 28).

11 Oct 1865 -- Deed Book 15, page 8: Nelson Snodgrass & Thurza his
wife to Simeon Danley, 9 1/2 acres, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 11 Oct 1865.

5 Dec 1865 -- Deed Book 16, page 250: Rachel T. Snodgrass to 
A. M. Brooke, interest in 177 acres, Mods Run.
Recorded 4 Sep 1866.

3 Jan 1866 -- Deed Book 16, page 181: Nelson Snodgrass & Thurza his
wife to John P. Clayton, Lot 6, Rivesville.
Recorded 6 Aug 1866.

3 Feb 1866 -- Deed Book 15, page 217: Nelson Snodgrass, discharge 
from U.S. Army.

24 Mar 1866 -- Deed Book 15, page 361: Charles M. Snodgrass by 
trustee, to Elias Blackshire, 80 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 24 Mar 1866.

29 Jun 1866 -- Deed Book 16, page 111: Amos Snodgrass to 
Brinkley M. Snodgrass, 400 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 30 Jun 1866.

5 Jul 1866 -- John H. Snodgrass, 26, b. Harrison Co., s/o Gabriel & 
Sarah, married Pleasant Kendall, 25, b. Harrison Co., d/o Julius & 
Mary (Book C, page 31).

17 Aug 1866 -- Nelson Snodgrass & Thurza his wife to Brinkley M. 
Snodgrass, interest in 400 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 18 Aug 1866.

25 Aug 1866 -- Deed Book 16, page 271: Francis H. Snodgrass to 
Joseph H. Talkington, interest in 127 acres, Mods Run.
Recorded 10 Sep 1866.

3 Oct 1866 -- Will Book 1A, page 27: Will of John Snodgrass, 
dated 3 Oct 1866, proved 19 Mar 1869 & 30 Oct 1869. 
<we need to check this to see if it contains additional information>
[vss - actually we need to FIND the will, I checked the courthouse 
in 1994 and all they had in the book was the Codicil (below) and THAT
was probated as John's WILL!]

3 Oct 1866 -- Will Book 2, page 74: Codicil of the will of 
John Snodgrass, dated 3 Oct 1866, to a will dated 24 Feb 1865:
grandson Hiram E. Snodgrass
wife Anna Snodgrass
page 75: <The court decided that the purported will was a fake, but
that the codicil was valid, so that was all that was admitted to 
probate. Isaac Y. Snodgrass acted as "next friend," i.e. attorney,
for Hiram E. Snodgrass.> 

8 Oct 1866 -- Deed Book 63, page 167: Amos Snodgrass to 
William Hood, Parcel Rivesville.
Recorded 23 Dec 1893.

10 Nov 1866 -- Deed Book 17, page 263: Brinkley M. Snodgrass & 
Elizabeth his wife to Andrew C. Glasscock, 86 acres, Laurel Run.
Recorded 5 Jul 1867.

7 May 1867 -- Mary A. Snodgrass, 22, b. Marion Co., d/o William & 
Mary, married G. M. Ice, 29, farmer, b. Harrison Co., 
s/o Andrew & Elizabeth.

27 Mar 1867 -- Deed Book 17, page 480: Enos E. Snodgrass, Mary Anne
Snodgrass, Wm. B. Snodgrass, Silas V. Snodgrass, Mary Snodgrass, 
Read Snodgrass [? maybe Alpheus R ?], Rebecca Snodgrass, et al, to 
Enos E. Snodgrass et al, agreement, division lines.
Recorded 20 Dec 1867.
<children of William Burl "Squire Billy" Snodgrass>

15 Nov 1867 -- John Snodgrass, b. Jul 1781, Marion Co., s/o Charles 
Snodgrass, died 15 Nov 1867 at Mannington, WV, married. 
[vss - That is wrong! John died 1866 - his gravestone actually says:
John Snodgrass, died Nov 14, 1866, aged 85 years, 1 mo's & 10 d's]

15 Nov 1867 -- John Snodgrass died age 86 years; b. Marion Co.; 
s/o Charles Snodgrass.
[vss - my copy Marion Co Death Records, Vol. II, p. 61, publ. by 
Marion Co Gen Club 1984, has: (year) 1866; (name) Snodgrass, John; 
(date) Nov 15 *typo?; (age) 86-4-0 *typo?; (parents) P: Charles & 
n/g (not given); W (wife): n/g]

2 Mar 1868 -- Deed Book 18, page 118: Joseph S. Snodgrass & Dorcas 
his wife to George Exline, 1 acre, Ministers Run.
Recorded 24 Apr 1868.

2 Mar 1868 -- Deed Book 18, page 267: Jeremiah Snodgrass & Christena 
his wife to John B. Mercer, 36 acres 3 rods 34 poles, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 15 Oct 1868.

22 Mar 1868 -- Sarah Snodgrass, b. Oct 1808, wife of Gabriel Snodgrass,
died 22 Mar 1868 at Mannington, WV. 

22 Mar 1868 -- Sarah Snodgrass died age 60, b. Marion Co.; parents 
unknown; informant Mariah Hays, son-in-law.

8 Sep 1868 -- Deed Book 18, page 265: Francis B. Snodgrass to ? 
Homestead Deed, lot, Barrackville.
Recorded 12 Oct 1868.

13 Sep 1868 -- Ann Snodgrass, b. 1763, Maryland, wife of John 
Snodgrass, died 13 Sep 1868 at Mannington, WV. 
[vss - her gravestone actually says: 
Anna wife of John Snodgrass, died Sep. 14, 1868,
aged 83 years 2 mo's & 12 d's]

13 Sep 1868 -- Ann Snodgrass died age 85, b. Marion Co.; 
informant Andrew Campbell, son in law; parents names unknown.
[vss - My copy Marion Co Death Records, Vol. II, p. 62, publ. by 
Marion Co Gen Club, 1984 says: (year) 1868; (name) Snodgrass, Ann;
(date) Sep 13; (age) 85 yrs; (parents) P: n/g ("not given"); 
Bn (born): Md; H (husb.): Jno; 
(informant) S. I. L. (son in law): Andrew Campbell]

26 Sep 1868 -- Deed Book 20, page 372: Brinkley M. Snodgrass & 
Elizabeth his wife to Eliza Barnes, Lot 24, Palatine.
Recorded 2 Jul 1870.

18 Nov 1868 -- Francis H. Snodgrass & Susannah his wife to 
Jair W. Hibbs [Jeremiah Hibbs], 9 1/4 acres, Warriors Fork.
Recorded 13 Oct 1869.

2 Sep 1869 -- Mary E. Snodgrass, 21, b. Marion Co., 
parents both deceased, married John L. Taylor, 22, farmer, b. PA,
s/o Wm. & Catherine (Book C, page 43).
[vss - d/o Gabriel Snodgrass & Sarah Higgenbotham]

20 Sep 1869 -- Deed Book 22, page 259: John D. Snodgrass & Rebecca
his wife to William D. Hixenbaugh, 78 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 24 Jun 1872.

4 Nov 1869 -- Jas. G. Snodgrass [James G. T. Snodgrass], 22, 
b. Ohio [should say VA/WV], s/o Aaron & Elmira J. Snodgrass, married 
Mary J. Devore, 20, b. Marion Co., d/o John & Hannah Devore 
(Book C, page 43).
[1871 Aaron gives James land in Wetzel Co; 1880 Wetzel Co WV]

4 Dec 1869 -- Deed Book 21, page 470: John D. Snodgrass & 
Charlotte R. his wife to Samuel Snider, 47 acres.
Recorded 4 Dec 1871.

20 Dec 1869 -- Lucy Snodgrass, b. 14 Sep 1868, Marion Co., 
d/o D. L. & Perdilla Snodgrass, died 20 Dec 1869 at Paw Paw, WV.

20 Dec 1869 -- Lucy Snodgrass died age 1y; d/o D. & Perdilla 
Snodgrass; b. Marion Co.; informant D. Snodgrass, father.

20 Dec 1869 -- Lucy Snodgrass, d/o D. L. & P. Snodgrass, 
died 20 Dec 1869, age 1 y 3 m 6 d, buried St. John's Cemetery. 

1870 -- Deed Book 26, page 486: Alpheus R. Snodgrass & Christina
his wife et al to George W. Campbell, 26 acres 2 rods, 
Mannington Dist.
Recorded 2 Jan 1877.

6 Jan 1870 -- Mary A. Snodgrass, 21, b. Marion Co., d/o Albert, 
married Rufus Hibbs, 26, farmer, b. Marion Co., s/o George & Maria.

11 Feb 1870 -- Book 6, page 140: Appraisal of the estate of 
John Snodgrass; administrator Andrew Campbell; appraised by 
Jacob Murry [Jacob Murray ?], Alpheus Snodgrass, & Elias Kendell.

12 Feb 1870 -- Deed Book 20, page 92: Ezekiel Snodgrass to 
E. Blackshire & Son, Lis Pen, 40 acres & 60 acres, East run.
Recorded 12 Feb 1870.

30 Mar 1870 -- Deed Book 20, page 330: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass et al,
commissioner, to Isaac Thomas Jr., 14 1/2 acres, Flat Run.
Recorded 8 Jun 1870.

4 Apr 1870 -- Deed Book 20, page 506: Enos E. Snodgrass & Mary his 
wife to William Hall, 71 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 14 Nov 1870.

5 Apr 1870 -- Deed Book 25, page 382: Brinkley M. Snodgrass to 
Andrew C. Glasscock, 35 acres 2 rods, Laurel Run.
Recorded 16 Sep 1875.
--------------------------

1870 Marion Co WV Census 

Palatine Twp., page 428, #84/92:
Elijah Morgan 66-M-VA house carpenter
Martha Morgan 60-F-Va <Martha Snodgrass>
William Gray 29-M-VA school teacher
Florence Gray 20-F-VA without occ.

Winfield Twp., page 433, #28/28:
Nelson Snodgrass 50-M-VA farming, $2000/1000
Thirsey Snodgrass 50-F-VA 
Brinkley Snodgrass 57-M-VA no occ., $1240/0
Sarah Morgan 18-F-VA

Census, Paw Paw Twp., page 448, #40/41:
Ann Knight 72-F-PA kpage hse., $11000/600
Uz.? H. Knight 45-M-VA farm laborer
Jeremiah V. Knight 43-M-VA farm laborer
Albert T. Knight 40-M-VA farm laborer
Clinton B. Snodgrass 16-M-VA farm laborer

Paw Paw Twp., page 452, #103/104:
John Musgrave 67-M-VA farmer, $2615/1315
Sarah S. Musgrave 57-F-VA <Sarah Snodgrass>
James Musgrave 30-M-VA farm laborer
John W. Musgrave 25-M-VA farm laborer
Zeri E. Musgrave 21-M-VA farm laborer
Lurenna Musgrave 20-F-VA no occ.
<m. 1831 Monongalia Co., VA>

Paw Paw Twp., page 452, #105/106:
Nicholas Baker 66-M-Va farmer, $625/241
Fannie Baker 61-F-VA <Frances Snodgrass>
Emory Baker 26-M-VA farm hand

Paw Paw Twp., page 453, #116/117:
Joseph Snodgrass 62-M-VA farm laborer, $1000/200 
[s/o Joseph & Rachel Smith]
Dorcas Snodgrass 57-F-VA 
<Dorcas Thorn; m. 1830 Monongalia Co., VA>
Joseph S. Snodgrass 22-M-VA farm laborer
Marthey Snodgrass 15-F-VA no occ. [Martha m. W. W. Emminger]
 

Paw Paw Twp., page 463, #272/275:
David S. Snodgrass 43-M-VA farmer
Perdilla Snodgrass 40-F-VA
Fielding E. Snodgrass 19-M-VA at home
Fenlon D. Snodgrass 18-M-VA at home
Laura May Snodgrass 15-F-VA at home
Wilfred B. Snodgrass 13-M-VA at home
Clement V. Snodgrass 11-M-VA at home
Elder C. Snodgrass 8-M-VA at home

Mannington Twp., page 483, #226/226:
John D. Hayhurst 35-M-WV farmer, $4500/0
Rebecca Hayhurst 35-F-WV 
James A. Hayhurst 21-M-WV farm hand
Rachel R. Snodgrass 18-F- no occ. 
[d/o Gabriel Snodgrass & Sarah Higgenbotham]

Mannington Twp., page 484, #229/229:
John D. Snodgrass 38-M-WV farmer, 0/$202
Charlotte Snodgrass 33-F-WV <m1. Charlotte Millan>
Francis J. Snodgrass 15-M-WV no occ.
Harriet R. Snodgrass 13-F-WV no occ.
George B. Snodgrass 6-M-WV 
Mary M. Snodgrass 11-F-WV
Cristine R. Snodgrass 8-F-WV
William M. Snodgrass 3-M-WV

Mannington Twp., page 484, #230/230:
George Ice 30-M-WV $500/0
Mary Ice 26-F-WV <Mary A. Snodgrass d/o Wm. B. & Mary>
James Ice 2-M-WV
unnamed infant 1m-M-WV b. May
Mary Snodgrass 67-F-WV no occ. <widow of Wm. Burl Snodgrass>

Mannington Twp., page 484, #235/235:
Francis H. Snodgrass 46-M-WV blacksmith, $1200/0 
[s/o Wm. B. & Mary]
Susanah Snodgrass 46-F-WV 
Rebecca Horner 30-F-WV 
Samantha Horner 6-F-WV

Mannington Twp., #236/236:
Enos E. Snodgrass 35-M-WV farm hand [s/o Wm. B. & Mary]
Mary Snodgrass 32-F-WV [m1. Mary Millan]
Alpheus S. Snodgrass 12-M-WV farm hand
Charlotte Snodgrass 11-F-WV
William J. Snodgrass 8-M-WV
James F. Snodgrass 4-M-WV
Albert F. Snodgrass 2-M-WV
Margaret Parsons 9-F-WV

Mannington Twp., #239/239:
Elias Kendall 55-M-VA farm hand $2000/0
Isabella Kendall 49-F-VA 
<Isabella Snodgrass d/o Wm. B. & Mary; m. 1838 Harrison Co., VA>
Luvina Kendall 23-F-VA no occ.
John W. Kendall 20-M-VA farm hand
Raymer Kendall 18-M-VA farm hand 
[m. Anne Marie Snodgrass d/o Aaron & Elmina]
Mary J. Davis 6-F-VA
William Davis 4-M-VA
 

Mannington Twp., page 484, #243/243:
Davis Toothman 50-M-WV farm hand, $860/0
Sarah S. Toothman 49-F-WV <Sarah Snodgrass d/o Wm. B. & Mary>
James S. Toothman 17-M-WV no occ.
Elmus D. Toothman 16-M-WV no occ.
Mary Toothman 14-F-WV no occ.
Francis J. Toothman 8-M-WV
Alpheus L. Toothman 8-M-WV
Bubb? Toothman 5-M-WV

Mannington Twp., page 484, #244/244:
Enoch Evans 45-M-PA blacksmith
Rachel Evans 34-F-WV <Rachel Snodgrass d/o Wm. B. & Mary>
William P. Evans 14-M-WV at home
Ellery Evans 11-M-WV at home
Milky Evans 8-F-WV
Thomas L. Evans 4-M-WV
George M. Evans 1-M-WV

Mannington Twp., page 484, #246/246:
Andrew Campbell 54-M-WV farm hand, $2000/0
Eleanor Campbell 43-F-WV <Eleanor Snodgrass> 
[d/o John Snodgrass & Anna Bateson]
Sarah Campbell 30-F-WV (deaf & dumb)
Eliza Campbell 25-F-Wv no occ.
Emaline Campbell 23-F-WV no occ.
George Campbell 21-M-WV farm hand
Elias Campbell 19-M-WV farm hand
Frank Campbell 18-M-WV farm hand
Matilda Campbell 14-M-WV no occ.
Alcinda Campbell 12-F-WV no occ.
Pennine E. Campbell 12-F-WV no occ.
Albert L. Campbell 7-M-WV

Mannington Twp., page 485, #249/249:
Isaac Y. Snodgrass 46-M-WV farmer, $300/0 
[s/o John & Anna Bateson]
Emeline Snodgrass 34-F-WV [m2. Emaline Teagarden]
Hiram E. Snodgrass 17-M-WV no occ.
Ellis D. Snodgrass 14-M-WV no occ. [m. ___ Gilly]
William N. Snodgrass 12-M-WV no occ. 
[William Nelson, m. Irena Bell Stayton, went MO]
Isalina Snodgrass 10-F-WV no occ. 
[Icelone Snodgrass, m. D. Justice]
Sanford C. Snodgrass 6-M-WV no occ.
Annie Snodgrass 4-F-Wv no occ.
<1880 Doddridge Co.> [vss - see I. Justice death Harrison Co WV]

Mannington Twp., #254/254:
Silas W. Snodgrass 27-M-WV farmer, $1090/350
Nancy Snodgrass 22-F-WV <Nancy Morgan; m. 1862 Wetzel Co.>
Jacob R. Snodgrass 2-F<sic>-WV
Lindsay E. Snodgrass 1-M-WV
John D. Watson 35-M-WV carpenter
<1900 Jackson Co.>

Mannington Twp., page 489, #310/310:
Rawley E. Ice 33-M-WV physician (homopath) $1350/271
Thursay P. Ice 33-F-WV <Thursay Pindle Snodgrass> 
Charles W. Ice 13-M-WV 
Rachel A. Ice 9-F-WV
George M. Ice 5-M-WV
Lulu Ann Ice 1-F-WV

Town of Mannington, page 500, #21/21:
Ezekiel C. Snodgrass 40-M-WV lawyer, $2000/200
Luverna V. Snodgrass 36-F-WV 
Ellery B. Snodgrass 17-M-WV no occ.
Sarah H. Snodgrass 15-F-WV no occ.
William G. Snodgrass 13-M-WV no occ.
Columbus A. Snodgrass 11-M-WV 
Araminta D. Snodgrass 9-F-WV
Robert E. L. Snodgrass 7-M-WV
Charles R. Snodgrass 5-M-WV
Theadore J. J. Snodgrass 3-M-WV
Victoria Snodgrass 1-F-WV

Lincoln Twp., page 508, #247/254:
Abner C. Laycock 34-M-PA farmer, $3720/815
Robert C. Snodgrass 46-M-PA farmer, $3720/815
Eliza Snodgrass 45-F-PA 
Jemima Patterson 16-F-IL no occ.

Mannington Twp., page 524, #86/86:
Evanezer C. Jones 28-M-WV farm hand, 0/$225 
[Ebenezer C. Jones]
Milley Jones 28-F-WV 
[Milly Fetty; m1. William B. Snodgrass, Jr.; div.]
Caroline Jones 2-F-WV
Dick Jones 8m-M-WV b. Sep
Isabel V. Snodgrass 11-F-WV at home

Town of Fairmont, Fairmont Twp., page 579, #47/48:
William Clayton (jail)
***
Aphy Snodgrass 20-M-VA in prison
[vss - 1870 Marshall Co also has Aphy Snodgrass, as 21 in prison 
... bound to be same guy - Alpheus R. Snodgrass, s/o Isaac Y.]

Town of Fairmont, Fairmont Twp., page 581, #71/75:
William P. Camp (hotel)
***
Elizabeth Snodgrass 50-F-VA hotel waiter 
[Elizabeth Newman w/o Brinkley M. Snodgrass]
-------------------------

6 Sep 1870 -- Deed Book 23, page 30: John D. Snodgrass & 
Charlotte R. his wife to Enoch S. Evans, 58 1/2 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 16 May 1873.

5 Oct 1870 -- Rachel Snodgrass, 19, b. Marion Co., d/o Gabriel & 
Sarah, married John Devore, 21, b. Marion Co., s/o John & Hannah 
(Book C, page 48).

25 Oct 1870 -- Deed Book 20, page 491: Robert C. Snodgrass & Eliza
his wife to Abner C. Lacock, 253 1/2 acres.
Recorded 3 Nov 1870.

5 Nov 1870 -- Deed Book 20, page 525: Francis B. Snodgrass by 
Commissioner to Benj. Burton, lot, Barrackville.
Recorded 5 Dec 1870.

25 Nov 1870 -- Deed Book 21, page 222: John Snodgrass by 
commissioner, to Andrew Campbell, 100 acres, Rush Run.
Recorded 26 Apr 1871.

27 Nov 1870 -- Annie E. Snodgrass, 21, b. Wetzel, d/o Michael & Mary,
married J. N. White, 22, b. Marion Co., s/o Spencer & Margaret 
(Book C, page 46).
[vss - both sets of parents listed here are in error, due to a typo
problem when Marion Co Gen Club first printed Marion Co Marriages - 
I have the corrected copy from Dec 1985 issue of "Gleanings" and 
it says:
27 Nov 1870 Annie E. Snodgrass, 21, b. Wetzel, d/o John & Nancy 
(vss - this being John D. s/o John & Anna Bateson, and his wife 
Nancy Hays, d/o Levi & Anna Jack), married J. N. White, 22, 
b. Marion, s/o James & Mary.]

1871 -- Deed Book 21, page 367: Isaac Y. Snodrass & Emeline his 
wife to B. M. Snodgrass, 37 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 4 Sep 1871.

25 Feb 1871 -- Deed Book 22, page 441: Brinkley M. Snodgrass to 
Joshua J. King, 50 acres, Laurel Run.
Recorded 23 Dec 1872.

28 Feb 1871 -- Deed Book 25, page 125: Brinkley M. Snodgrass to 
Perry G. Musgrave, 116 acres, Laurel Run. 
Recorded 27 Apr 1875.

13 Mar 1871 -- Deed Book 21, page 311: Silas V. Snodgrass & Samantha
his wife to Elisha S. Snider, 146 1/2 acres, Warriors Fork.
Recorded 4 Aug 1871.

7 Apr 1871 -- Ezekiel C. Snodgrass by commissioner, to Nimrod Morgan,
46 acres 40 poles, Dents Run.
Recorded 20 Jun 1871.

5 Jul 1871 -- Will Book 2, page 95: D. L. Snodgrass witnessed the 
will of John McBee.

19 Oct 1871 -- Deed Book 21, page 412: Elisha Snodgrass heirs by 
recorded tax D., 112 acres, Owen Davies Fork.
Recorded 19 Oct 1871.

19 Oct 1871 -- Deed Book 21, page 423: Nelson Snodgrass & Thurza
his wife to Seth Harris, 39 1/4 acres, Pricketts Creek.
Recorded 20 Oct 1871.

4 Apr 1872 -- Deed Book 22, page 679: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.)
to Allen M. Brooke, Lot 17, Mannington.
Recorded 24 Apr 1873.

14 Apr 1872 -- Will Book 2, page 141: D. L. Snodgrass witnessed the
will of Daniel Fluharty.

2 Sep 1872 -- Perdilla Snodgrass, wife of D. L. Snodgrass, 
died 2 Sep 1872, age 42 y 10 m 5 d, buried St. John's Cemetery. 

12 Sep 1872 -- Perdilla Snodgrass died age 42, d/o David & 
Rebecca Youst; informant David Snodgrass, husband; b. Marion Co.

21 Sep 1872 -- Perdilla Snodgrass, b. 16 Nov 1829, Monongalia Co., 
d/o David and Rebecca Youst, wife of David L. Snodgrass, 
died 21 Sep 1872. 

1 Mar 1873 -- Deed Book 33, page 340: Silas W. Snodgrass et al 
to Board of Education, 3/4 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 2 Jan 1883.

3 Sep 1873 -- Deed Book 23, page 235: Elisha Snodgrass to Methodist
Episcopal Church South, 1 lot Rivesville.
Recorded 18 Oct 1873.

12 Dec 1873 -- Deed Book 24, page 100: Brinkley M. Snodgrass to 
A. F. Hamilton, 26 1/4 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 9 May 1874.

6 Jan 1874 -- Deed Book 25, page 145: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.) 
to Jesse Dancer, lot 2, West Mannington.
Recorded 5 May 1875.

12 Feb 1874 -- Martha Snodgrass, 19, b. Marion Co., married 
Wm. W. Emminger, 27, contractor, b. Clarion Co., PA, 
res. Clarion Co., PA (Book C, page 56).
[d/o Joseph & Dorcas]

16 Feb 1874 -- Deed Book 26, page 203: Alpheus R. Snodgrass & 
Christena his wife to Jemima E. Fisher, 36 1/4 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 19 Apr 1876.

30 Mar 1874 -- Deed Book 24, page 54: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass & 
Leverna V. his wife to Nelson Myers, 83 acres, Pyles Fork.
Recorded 20 Apr 1874.

1 May 1874 -- Deed Book 24, page 211: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.)
to John C. Burchinal, 167 acres, 27 1/4 acres, 48 1/4 acres, 
Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 22 Jul 1874.

13 May 1874 -- Deed Book 25, page 473: E. C. Snodgrass (Comr.) 
et al to Nimrod Morgan, 159 acres 3 rods, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 2 Nov 1875.

Jun 1874 -- Book 6, page 421: Thos. Snodgrass & others appraised
the estate of Jacob Morgan.

8 Jul 1874 -- Mary E. Snodgrass, b. 5 Feb 1873, Marion Co., 
d/o James P. & Minerva J. Snodgrass, died 8 Jul 1874. 

10 Jul 1874 -- Deed Book 24, page 235: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass & 
Leverna V. his wife et al to Baltimore & O. Railroad Co., 
Lot 33, Mannington.
Recorded 18 Aug 1874.

5 Nov 1874 -- Deed Book 27, page 446: Joseph S. Snodgrass & 
Darcus his wife to John W. Merrill, 32 acres 4 poles, Little Paw Paw.
Recorded 17 Oct 1877.

16 Nov 1874 -- Deed Book 24, page 408: John Snodgrass heirs by Comr.
to John H. Snodgrass, 33 1/4 acres.
Recorded 11 Jan 1875.

16 Nov 1874 -- Deed Book 25, page 77: John Snodgrass heirs by Comr.
to John W. Campbell, 38 1/4 acres.
Recorded 6 Apr 1875.
[vss - I have copies of Chancery Court cases #1172 (Apr 1870) and 
#2303 (Mar 1874) concerning the above two deeds - the cases name all
John & Anna's children, plus the children of two dec'd sons of 
John & Anna (Enos & Gabriel).]

3 Dec 1874 -- Chas. M. Snodgrass, 46, widower, carpenter, 
b. Monongalia Co., married Sarah E. Layman, 38, widow, b. Marion Co.
(Book C, page 58).
[vss - this is Charles s/o John and Anna Bateson, and it is his 
#3 marriage; Sarah Ellen Satterfield, d/o Daniel Satterfield & 
Mary Dicken (1850 Marion), m1. 6 Nov 1854 Marion Co. John W. Layman;
Charles & Sarah are on 1900 Belmont Co OH]

22 Jan 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 227: Clinton B. Snodgrass to 
Elisha Summers, 14 acres, Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 17 Jun 1875.

12 Feb 1875 -- Deed Book 26, page 124: Elisha Snodgrass to 
William Beaty, power of attorney.
Recorded 6 Mar 1876.

23 Mar 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 32: David L. Snodgrass to 
John Kuhn, house & lot 6, Fairview.
Recorded 23 Mar 1875.

21 Apr 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 126: Brinkley M. Snodgrass & 
Elizabeth his wife to P. G. Musgrave, interest in 116 acres, 
Laurel Run.
Recorded 27 Apr 1875.

23 Apr 1875 -- Deed Book 28, page 389: Clinton B. & Brinkley M. 
Snodgrass heirs <unclear whose heirs they are referring to> to 
George W. Brumage, 90 acres, Owen Davy.
Recorded 9 Jul 1878.

23 Apr 1875 -- Deed Book 28, page 389: Brinkley M. Snodgrass to 
George W. Brumage, 90 acres, Owen Davy.
Recorded 9 Jul 1878.

12 May 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 166: Elizabeth Snodgrass to 
Joshua J. King, 50 acres, Laurel Run.
Recorded 12 May 1875.

12 May 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 167: Elizabeth Snodgrass to 
A. C. Glasscock, 34 acres, Laurel Run.
Recorded 12 May 1875.

12 May 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 290: Silas W. Snodgrass & Nancy
his wife to Jacob Morgan, 109 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 22 Jul 1875.

20 May 1875 -- Deed Book 28, page 184: David L. Snodgrass to 
D. Ammons & Company, Lot 6, Coal, Fairview.
Recorded 12 Mar 1878.

16 Aug 1875 -- Deed Book 25, page 379: Onesimus N. Snodgrass to 
John Devore, 58 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 15 Sep 1875.

14 Sep 1875 -- Deed Book 33, page 464: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass to 
Peter McDiffit, 2 acres, Grover Gap [Glover Gap]
Recorded 1 Mar 1883.

16 Nov 1875 -- Deed Book 30, page 75: Clinton B. Snodgrass to 
Amos W. Cunningham, 9 1/2 acres, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 7 Jan 1880.

28 Nov 1875 -- Sarah E. Snodgrass, 14, b. Marion Co., married 
Thos. J. Campbell, 27, farmer, b. Marion Co.

26 Dec 1875 -- F. E. Snodgrass, 24, farmer, b. Monongalia Co., 
married Lucy E. Hoskins, 24, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 61).
[vss - Fielding E. s/o David L. & Perdilla Youst; copies of marriage
cert. & Fielding & Lucy's death certs.info from SCS member 
Denzil Riley of Fairmont, WV (riley_denzil@prc.com) which he got from
Marion Co Courthouse in 1992 - 
note: the marr. info says Lucy E. Haskins & her death info says 
"Lucy E. Snodgrass, widow, d. 12 Apr 1928, b. 18 Jun 1855, name of
parents Hawkins"]

24 Feb 1876 -- Laura M. Snodgrass, 20, b. Marion Co., married 
Asberry Hawkins, 21, laborer, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 62).

6 Mar 1876 -- Deed Book 26, page 125: Elisha Snodgrass by Attorney 
to Martin V. Knight, 3 1/4 acres, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 6 Mar 1876.

25 May 1876 -- Will Book 2, page 163: E. C. Snodgrass witnessed the 
will of John E. Wells.

13 Jun 1876 -- Will Book 2, page 174: Will of Ann Knight names, 
among others, grandson Clinton B. Snodgrass.

26 Mar 1877 -- Deed Book 27, page 207: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.)
to Daniel Heldreth, 59 1/4 acres, Wisemans Run.
Recorded 18 Apr 1877.

19 Apr 1877 -- Ellery B. Snodgrass, 24, farmer, b. Marion Co., 
res. Wetzel Co., married Mary Bell Barrack, 22, b. Marion Co.

5 Sep 1877 -- Deed Book 27, page 404: Francis A. Snodgrass to 
Eli T. Price, 60 acres.
Recorded 11 Sep 1877.

29 Sep 1877 -- Deed Book 29, page 171: Joseph S. Snodgrass & Dorcas
his wife to Felix C. Michael, 8 acres, 14 acres, Ministers Run.
Recorded 28 Feb 1879.

2 Nov 1877 -- J. P. Snodgrass died age 34, b. PA, parents J. & 
D. Snodgrass; informant Joseph Snodgrass, father.

21 Nov 1877 -- J. P. Snodgrass, b. 27 Apr 1843, Marion Co., 
s/o Joseph S. & D. Snodgrass, husband of Jane Snodgrass, 
died 21 Nov 1877 at Penn. 
[vss - my copy Marion Co Death Records, Vol. III, p. 102, publ. by
Marion Co Gen. Club 1985:
(year) 1877 (name) Snodgrass, J. P.; (death date) Nov 21; 
(age) 34-6-25; Died: Pa. (parents) P: Joseph S. & D.; 
(informant) W (wife): Jane 
..... I just wonder what a PA death is doing listed in Marion Co 
Death Records!]

29 Nov 1877 -- Virginia P. Snodgrass, 18, b. Marion Co., married 
Andrew C. Martin, farmer, b. Marion Co.

13 Dec 1877 -- Eliza V. Snodgrass, 18, b. Marion Co., married 
A. W. Devore, 23, farmer, b. Marion Co. 
[vss - Eliza V. d/o William Oliver Snodgrass & Marinda Shuman, 
1870 Wetzel Co; Andrew Wiley Devore b. 1854, s/o John & Hannah,
1860 Marion Co]

15 Jan 1878 -- Deed Book 28, page 114: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.)
to David W. Huey, 20 5/4 acres, Sugar Camp Run.
Recorded 15 Jan 1878.

24 Jan 1878 -- Onesimus Y. Snodgrass, 34, farmer, b. Marion Co., 
married Elizabeth Boothe [Elizabeth Booth], 22, b. Marion Co.

19 Mar 1878 -- Deed Book 28, page 271: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.)
& David L. Snodgrass (Comr.) et al to Archimedes B. Youst, 12 acres,
Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 18 Apr 1878.

18 Apr 1878 -- Deed Book 28, page 319: E. C. Snodgrass (Comr.) 
to Perry G. West, 44 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 29 May 1878.

1 Jun 1878 -- Deed Book 28, page 453: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.) 
to Oliver N. Koon, 4 acres 14 poles, Mannington.
Recorded 14 Aug 1878.

14 Aug 1878 -- Deed Book 28, page 463: Robert C. Snodgrass by Comr.
to Laverna Ritchie, 253 1/4 acres.
Recorded 3 Sep 1878.

23 Sep 1878 -- Christena Snodgrass, b. 14 Aug 1824, Marion Co., 
d/o E. & P. Parish, wife of A. R. Snodgrass [Alpheus R.], 
died 23 Sep 1878.

23 Sep 1878 -- C. Snodgrass died age 54; b. Marion Co.; d/o E. & 
P. Parish; informant A. R. Snodgrass, husband.

8 Oct 1878 -- Minnie O. Snodgrass, b. 12 Oct 1877, Marion Co., 
d/o F. E. & S. E. Snodgrass, died 8 Oct 1878.

8 Oct 1878 -- M. O. Snodgrass died age 11; b. Marion Co., 
parents F. & S. Snodgrass; informant F. E. Snodgrass, father.

2 Mar 1879 -- Smith Snodgrass, 32, farmer, b. Mason Co., VA, 
married Annie Riggs, 24, b. Monongalia Co.

4 Mar 1879 -- Deed Book 29, page 303: Clinton B. Snodgrass & 
Matilda R. his wife et al to Albert T. Knight, 7 acres 86 poles & 
46 acres 141 poles, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 10 May 1879.

4 Mar 1879 -- Deed Book 29, page 346: Clinton B. Snodgrass & 
Matilda his wife et al to Jeremiah V. Knight, 49 acres 79 poles.
Recorded 21 Jun 1879.

4 Mar 1879 -- Deed Book 29, page 459: Clinton B. Snodgrass & 
Matilda his wife et al to Shelby F. Knight, 7 acres 3 rods, 
31 1/2 acres, Big Paw Paw.
Recorded 11 Oct 1879.

17 May 1879 -- Deed Book 32, page 314: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass (Comr.)
to Francis H. Pierpoint, 28 acres, Little Bingamon.
Recorded 13 Apr 1882.

15 Jul 1879 -- Deed Book 29, page 479: Francis H. Snodgrass to 
David C. Hibbs, 43 acres, Rock Camp Run.
Recorded 27 Oct 1879.

2 Oct 1879 -- Christena R. Snodgrass, 18, b. Marion Co., married 
Eli Satterfield, 23, farmer, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 72).

22 Oct 1879 -- Deed Book 29, page 481: Francis H. Snodgrass & 
Susanna his wife to Jair W. Hibbs, 14 acres 1 rod 30 poles, 
Rock Camp Run.
Recorded 27 Oct 1879.

9 Dec 1879 -- Lucinda Snodgrass, b. 19 Sep 1879, Marion Co., 
d/o J. H. & P. W. Snodgrass, died 9 Dec 1879.

12 Apr 1880 -- Deed Book 30, page 421: B. M. Snodgrass to 
D. L. Cunningham, 98 acres.
Recorded 21 Aug 1880.

12 Apr 1880 -- Deed Book 31, page 208: B. M. Snodgrass et al to 
Riley Arnett, 20 1/2 acres.
Recorded 13 Jun 1881.

27 Apr 1880 -- Deed Book 32, page 220: Joseph S. Snodgrass & 
Dorcas his wife to Martha E. Eminger [Emminger ?], 24 3/4 acres, 
Big Paw Paw.
Recorded 1 Mar 1882.
-------------------------

1880 Marion Co WV Census 

Mannington Dist., page 43:
George M. Ice 43-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Mary A. Ice 36-F-VA/VA/VA wife <Mary Ann Snodgrass>
James E. Ice 12-M-WV/VA/VA son
George M. Ice 9-M-WV/VA/VA son
Hannah L. Ice 7-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Alphie R. Ice 5-M-WV/VA/VA son
Hulda M. Ice 2-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Mary Snodgrass 77-F-VA/VA/VA widow, boarder 
[w/o William B. Snodgrass]

Mannington Dist., page 44:
Francis H. Snodgrass 55-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Susanah Snodgrass 56-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Semantha Smith 15-F-WV/VA/VA adopted
Edward Clayton 12-M-WV/VA/VA boarder
Mary Strait 6-F-WV/VA/VA adopted
<1870 Marion Co., WV>

Mannington Dist., page 46:
Alphius Snodgrass 54-M-VA/VA/VA farmer, widowed 
[Alpheus R. m1. Christina Parrish]
Mary A. Welch 40-F-VA/VA/VA servant, married
Daisy S. Cunningham 3-F-WV/VA/VA

Mannington Dist., page 47:
John H. Snodgrass 40-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Pleasant Snodgrass 40-F-VA/VA/VA wife [Pleasant Kendall]
Virginia A. Snodgrass 13-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Mary M. Snodgrass 11-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Sarah E. Snodgrass 8-F-WV/VA/VA daughter

Mannington Dist., page 47:
Ons Y. Snodgrass 38-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Elizabeth A. Snodgrass 24-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Stoy Snodgrass 6m-M-WV/VA/VA son (b. Nov 1879)

Mannington Dist., page 47:
William Snodgrass 41-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Marinda W. Snodgrass 43-F-VA/VA/PA wife 
<Marinda Shuman m. 1858 Wetzel Co., WV>
John H. Snodgrass 14-M-WV/VA/VA son, works on farm
Samantha E. Snodgrass 12-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Millie Snodgrass 10-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Franklin Snodgrass 8-M-WV/VA/VA son
Hannah R. Snodgrass 4-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Howard Snodgrass 1-M-WV/VA/VA son
<1860 & 1870 Wetzel Co., WV>

Mannington Dist., page 47:
Lorenza Cave 41-M-VA/VA/VA works on farm
Jennie Cave 33-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Ruben Cave 9-M-MO/VA/VA son
Brinkley Snodgrass 67-M-VA/VA/VA widower, boarder, farmer

Mannington Dist., page 47 & 48:
William S. Snodgrass 31-M-VA/VA/VA works in sawmill [s/o Aaron & Elmina of Wetzel]
Maria F. Snodgrass 28-F-VA/VA/VA wife [Cartwright]
John C. Snodgrass 7-M-WV/VA/VA son
Davenport Snodgrass 3-M-WV/VA/VA son
Samuel D. Snodgrass 1-M-WV/VA/VA son
Jennie West 15-F-WV/VA/VA servant

Mannington Dist., page 48:
Rolloy E. Ice 43-M-VA/VA/VA physician
***
William G. Snodgrass 14-M-WV/VA/VA workhand, day lab.

Mannington Dist., page 59:
E. C. Snodgrass 50-M-VA/VA/VA attorney at law
Lavernie V. Snodgrass 45-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Hellen Snodgrass 26-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
Columbus A. Snodgrass 21-M-VA/VA/VA son, atty. at law
Arminta D. Snodgrass 20-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
Robert E. Snodgrass 17-M-VA/VA/VA laborer
Thomas J. J. Snodgrass 14-M-WV/VA/VA son
Victoria Snodgrass 11-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Cora Snodgrass 7-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Clarence H. Snodgrass 6-M-WV/VA/VA son

Paw Paw Dist., page 2:
Joseph Snodgrass 72-M-VA/VA/DE miller
Dorcus Snodgrass 67-F-VA/VA/VA wife

Paw Paw Dist., page 2:
Smith Snodgrass 34-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Nancy A. Snodgrass 24-F-VA/VA/VA wife

Paw Paw Dist., page 5:
Clinton B. Snodgrass 26-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Matilda R. Snodgrass 28-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Maud E. Snodgrass 4-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Annie B. Snodgrass 1-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
John W. Knight 19-M-VA/VA/VA boarder, laborer

Paw Paw Dist., page 43:
Asbury Hawkins 25-M-VA/VA/VA laborer
Lowry M. Hawkins 25-F-VA/VA/VA wife [Laury / Laura Snodgrass]
Lucy Hawkins 3-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Mary P. Hawkins 9m-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Elder C. Snodgrass 17-M-WV/VA/VA bro.-in-law, lab.

Fairmont Dist., page 17:
Enos Snodgrass 48-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Mary Snodgrass 45-F-VA/MD/VA wife
Alpheus S. Snodgrass 23-M-VA/VA/VA son 
Charlotta Snodgrass 20-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
William J. Snodgrass 17-M-VA/VA/VA son
James F. Snodgrass 14-M-WV/VA/VA son
Abbert F. Snodgrass 12-M-WV/VA/VA son
Francis H. Snodgrass 8-M-WV/VA/VA son

Lincoln School Dist., page 4:
Jacob S. Chester 47-M-VA/VA/VA shoemaker
Susan Chester 46-F-VA/VA/MD wife
David L. Snodgrass 54-M-VA/VA/VA boarder, lawyer, married
-------------------------

12 Jun 1880 -- Deed Book 30, page 344: Mary Snodgrass et al to 
Wilson Hall, 35 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 14 Jun 1880.

28 Dec 1880 -- Deed Book 31, page 39: E. C. Snodgrass, report of
County Surveyor, 30 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 29 Dec 1880.

28 Dec 1880 -- Deed Book 31, page 40: E. C. Snodgrass, report of
County Surveyor, 47 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 29 Dec 1880.

28 Dec 1880 -- Deed Book 31, page 41: E. C. Snodgrass, report of 
County Surveyor, 30 acres, Pyles Fork.
Recorded 29 Dec 1880.

28 Dec 1880 -- Christena R. Snodgrass, 19, b. Marion Co.; married 
John M. Arnett, 21, farmer, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 76).

29 Dec 1880 -- Deed Book 31, page 42: E. C. Snodgrass (by clerk) 
to C. A. Snodgrass, tax deed, parcels & 30 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 29 Dec 1880.

1881 -- Estate Settlement Book 10, page 504: 
Account of Francis M. Brown, dec'd; David Snodgrass, administrator.
Also 1882, Book 11, page 436.

1 Apr 1881 -- Deed Book 31, page 172: J. D. Snodgrass & Nancy his 
wife to Wm. E. Hanes, 119 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 12 Apr 1881.

1 May 1881 -- Manerva J. Snodgrass [Jane, m1. James P. Snodgrass],
32, widow, b. Marion Co.; married Ulysses S. Atha, 45, widower, 
merchant, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 77).

19 Oct 1881 -- Deed Book 32, page 40: E. C. Snodgrass, commissioner,
to John W. Grubb, 51 acres, Flat Run.
Recorded 1 Dec 1881.

18 Nov 1881 -- Lula Snodgrass, 18, b. Marion Co.; married 
John W. Parker, 25, lumber business, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 94).

20 Jan 1882 -- Deed Book 32, page 462: David Snodgrass by 
Commissioner, Coal Lot 6 Fairview.
Recorded 24 Jan 1882.

7 Feb 1882 -- Mary Snodgrass, b. 1803, Marion Co., WV, 
d/o John & Anna Snodgrass, died 7 Feb 1882, married.
<Note: Mary is the widow of William Burl (Squire Billie) Snodgrass.
This record agrees with the account of her grandson, J. F. Snodgrass,
in the "Blue Book" (see Appendix 1), and does NOT agree with Kendall's
account in the "Red Book.">
[vss - from my copy of Marion Co Death Records Vol. III, p. 104, 
publ. by Marion Co Gen. Club, 1985 - 
(death date) 7 Feb 1882, Snodgrass, Mary, (age) 79 yrs; 
P (parents): John & Anna; (informant)D (dau): Mary A. Ice
AND 
from Mary's 26 Nov 1879 statement for 1812 pension appl.:
"That she was married to the said William B. Snodgrass in Harrison Co.,
WV, then VA, on 28 Oct 1819 by John Smith, a Baptist Minister; and 
that her name before her said marriage was Mary Snodgrass, and that
she has not remarried since the death of the said soldier; neither 
she nor her said husband had been previously married; her said 
husband William B. Snodgrass died at Marion Co., WV, 17 Jul 1864;
places of residence Monongalia, Harrison, & Marion Cos., VA, now WV.]

Jun 1882 -- Book 8, page 373: Appraisal of the estate of 
Mary Snodgrass, by Newton Cunningham, John H. Snodgrass, & 
George Campbell.

12 Nov 1882 -- Deed Book 36, page 14: Joseph S. Snodgrass & 
Darcus his wife to Aaron Thorn, 30 acres, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 21 Mar 1884.

25 Jan 1883 -- Wm. J. Snodgrass, 21, school teacher, b. Marion Co.;
married Anna West, 21, b. Monongalia Co. (Book C, page 83).

1 Feb 1883 -- Deed Book 34, page 175: Isaac C. Snodgrass & 
Elizabeth R. his wife to Miles S. Snoderly, 1/2 parcel, Flat Run.
Recorded 30 May 1883.

14 Mar 1883 -- Deed Book 34, page 93: Brinkley M. Snodgrass to
Clinton B. Snodgrass, 20 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 14 Apr 1883.

15 Jul 1883 -- Will Book 2, page 292: W. B. Snodgrass witnessed the
will of Abraham Rice.

23 Jan 1884 -- Deed Book 37, page 101: Joseph S. Snodgrass to
Elisha L. Clayton & wife, 14 acres, interest in lot, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 3 Dec 1884.

2 Jun 1884 -- Deed Book 39, page 334: Ezekiel Snodgrass by trustee
to Morgan Billingslea, 30 acres.
Recorded 29 Mar 1886.

9 Jun 1884 -- Deed Book 36, page 253: John D. Snodgrass & Nancy C. 
his wife to Aaron N. Spears, 56 acres, Clay Lick Run.
Recorded 10 Jun 1884.

11 Jul 1884 -- Deed Book 38, page 29: Francis H. Snodgrass &
Susanna his wife to Absolom Martin, 26 acres, East Run.
Recorded 23 May 1885.

15 Aug 1884 -- Deed Book 37, page 68: Marcellus A. Snodgrass to
James A. Hawkinberry et al, 35 acres Warrior Fork.
Recorded 18 Nov 1884.

20 Sep 1884 -- Deed Book 38, page 492: Clinton B. Snodgrass &
Matilda R. his wife to Ellery B. Evans, 20 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 13 Nov 1885.

30 Nov 1884 -- Joseph S. Snodgrass, b. 12 Mar 1808, Marion Co., WV,
s/o Joseph & R. Snodgrass, husband of Dorcas Snodgrass, 
died 30 Nov 1884.

30 Nov 1884 -- Joseph S. Snodgrass, b. 12 Mar 1808, d. 30 Nov 1884,
buried Oaklawn Cemetery.

15 Jan 1885 -- Deed Book 37, page 248: W. G. Snodgrass & 
Elizabeth H. his wife to John L. Hawkins, Lot & Parcel, Farmington.
Recorded 5 Feb 1885.

Mar 1885 -- Book 8, page 489: Appraisal of the estate of Joseph
Snodgrass; E.L. Clayton, administrator.

(need dates)-- Book 8, page 513: Appraisal of the estate of 
Brinkley Snodgrass; Clinton B. Snodgrass, administrator; 
by O. Y. Snodgrass & A. N. Spears.

16 Apr 1885 -- Deed Book 39, page 158: Clinton B. Snodgrass &
Matilda R. his wife to Amanda Musgrave, 1/2 acre, Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 13 Jun 1886.

27 Mar 1885 -- Deed Book 37, page 395: Jesse F. Snodgrass & Sarah
his wife, parcels, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 31 Mar 1885.

27 Apr 1885 -- Will Book 2, page 313: D. L. Snodgrass witnessed the
will of Thomas Cunningham.

23 May 1885 -- Amelia B. Snodgrass, 16, b. Marion Co.; married 
S. B. Metz, 21, farmer, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 90).

12 Jun 1885 -- Will Book 2, page 318: will of Brinkley M. Snodgrass
dated 12 Jun 1885, proved 31 Aug 1885 
executors A. S. Hayden & Madison Carter
wife Elizabeth
brother Nelson
sister Mary Ann
other heirs (no relationship stated)
Marshall Danley
Zen<?> Danley
Clinton B. Snodgrass

24 Jul 1885 -- Mary Snodgrass, b. 10 Mar 1835, d. 24 Jul 1885, wife of
E. E. Snodgrass, buried Millan Cemetery.

12 Sep 1885 -- Deed Book 41, page 368: Clinton B. Snodgrass &
Matilda R. his wife to Martha E. Satterfield, 140 poles, Pharoahs Run.
Recorded 18 Mar 1887.

17 Sep 1885 -- Sarah E. Snodgrass, b. 5 Feb 1872, Marion Co., WV,
d/o J. H. & P. Snodgrass, died 17 Sep 1885.

20 Oct 1885 -- Deed Book 38, page 475: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass 
(by trustee) to Alva H. Youst, 2 acres.
Recorded 2 Nov 1885.

15 Nov 1885 -- Geo. B. Snodgrass, 22, farmer, b. Marion Co.; married
Olive Boord, 18, b. Marion Co. (Book C, page 91).

24 Nov 1885 -- Deed Book 39, page 17: E. C. Snodgrass, plat report
of del. land, lot in Mannington.
Recorded 24 Nov 1885.

24 Nov 1885 -- Deed Book 39, page 18: E. C. Snodgrass by clerk, to
C. A. Snodgrass, tax deed, lot in Mannington.
Recorded 24 Nov 1885.

10 Dec 1885 -- Deed Book 40, page 249: O. Y. Snodgrass to 
J. M. Guffey & Co., oil & gas lease, 58 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 10 May 1885.

15 Apr 1886 -- Deed Book 39, page 404: Elizabeth Snodgrass,
renunciation of will. 
Recorded 20 Apr 1886.

14 Jul 1886 -- Deed Book 41, page 441: David L. Snodgrass to
Howard N. Ogden, 9 1/4 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 12 Apr 1887.

5 Aug 1886 -- Will Book 2, page 350: D. L. Snodgrass witnessed the
will of Peter Mulvehill.

19 Aug 1886 -- Will Book 2, page 328<?>: Will of Julius Kendall =
daughter Pleasant Snodgrass
son Zedekiah Kendall
wife Mary Kendall

24 Nov 1886 -- Deed Book 41, page 176: C. A. Snodgrass to J. H.
Snodgrass
Jr., 47 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 1 Dec 1886.

13 Feb 1887 -- Samantha E. Snodgrass, 20, b. Marion Co.; married
Alpheus
L.
Ammons, 23, b. Marion Co. (Book 1, page 16).

13 Jun 1887 -- Deed Book 43, page 185: Wm. S. Snodgrass & Maria
T. his
wife
to Nancy Cartwright et al, 75 acres, Buffalo Creek, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 2 Apr 1888.

31 Aug 1887 -- Deed Book 42, page 198: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass estate
&
Laverna
V.
Sndograss
to Alva H. Youst, 2 acres.
Recorded 8 Oct 1887.

19 Oct 1887 -- A. Sedwick Snodgrass, 30, b. Marion Co., married
Clona
Page,
22, b. Marion Co. (Book 1, page 93).[vss - Alpheus S]

19 Oct 1887 -- Enos E. Snodgrass, 50,[vss - s/o Wm.B. & Mary] b.
Marion
Co.;
married
[#2]
Melissa A. Snoderly, 40,[widow of Joseph Snodderly] b. Marion Co.
(Book 1,
page
94).

6 Dec 1887 -- Deed Book 42, page 400: Clinton B. Snodgrass &
Matilda R.
his
wife to Albert T. Knight, 17 acres 4 perches, Paw Paw Dist.
Recorded 17 Dec 1887.

6 Dec 1887 -- Deed Book 43, page 242: Clinton B. Snodgrass &
Matilda R.
his
wife to John W. Knight, 7 acres 72 poles, Paw Paw Dist.
Recorded 25 Apr 1888.

10 Dec 1887 -- Deed Book 43, page 21: David L. Snodgrass et al by
commissioner to Robert Lowe, 7 acres 115 poles, Dunkard Mill Run.
Recorded 20 Feb 1888.

10 Mar 1888 -- Deed Book 43, page 95: Elizabeth Snodgrass &
Brinkley M.
Snodgrass heirs to D. L. Cunningham, 98 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 13 Mar 1888.

13 Mar 1888 -- Deed Book 52, page 231: David L. Snodgrass by
commissioner to
Cronelius B.
Carney, 2 acres, B & O R.R.
Recorded 7 Feb 1891.

22 Mar 1888 -- Deed Book 43, page 194: Ezekiel C. Snodgrass heirs
to H.
W.
Koon, lot 15, West Mannington.
Recorded 4 Apr 1888.

23 Mar 1888 -- Deed Book 43, page 205: D. L. Snodgrass et al by
commissioner to
John
W.
Swisher, 14 acres, Dunkard Mill Run.
Recorded 7 Apr 1888.

5 Apr 1888 -- Deed Book 52, page 235: E. A. & O. Y. Snodgrass to
Sarah
Boggess, 46 1/4 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 10 Feb 1891.

2 Sep 1888 -- Virginia A. Snodgrass, 21, b. Marion Co.; married Elmer
E.
Ice, 26, b.
Wetzel Co.,
res. Wetzel Co. (Book 1, page 219).

29 Nov 1888 -- Deed Book 44, page 120: Elizabeth Snodgrass to
Ellery B.
Evans, 20 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 29 Nov 1888.

31 Dec 1888 -- Deed Book 44, page 472: Wm. S. Snodgrass & Maria
F. his
wife
et al to Nancy A. Cartright, 135-1/4 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 15 Mar 1889.

27 Feb 1889 -- Will Book 3, page 24: C. A. Snodgrass witnessed the
will of
Patrick Hopkins.

6 Mar 1889 -- Deed Book 47, page 102: Elizabeth Snodgrass to Riley
Arnett,
20
1/2
acres.
Recorded 26 Nov 1889.

14 Mar 1889 -- Deed Book 45, page 25: Smith [Jos.S. s/o Joseph &
Dorcas
Thorn]
Snodgrass &
Anna [Riggs] his wife to John W. Parker, 2 1/2 acres, Paw Paw Creek.
Recorded 1 Apr 1889.

6 Apr 1889 -- J. F. Snodgrass (m.), 24, b. Marion Co.; married M. J.
Conaway
(f.), 25, b. Marion Co. (Book 1, page 338).
<James Fielding Snodgrass & Minerva J. Conaway>

19 Sep 1889 -- Will Book 3, page 7: Will of Elizabeth Snodgrass, of
Fairmont,
Marion
Co., WV,
dated 19 Sep 1889, proved 16 Jan 1890.
1/2 to Robert L. Cunningham
1/2 to the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fairmont,
WV.
[vss- wonder if this is Eliz. Cunningham Fluharty Snodgrass, w/o
Dudley ...]

8 Dec 1889 -- John H. Snodgrass Jr., 24, b. Wetzel Co.; married Hattie Kendall, 19, 
b. Marion Co. (Book 1, page 45).

1890 -- Estate Settlement Book 15, page 98: Account of Elizabeth Snodgrass,
$741.49; Geo. W. Carpenter, administrator.

3 Mar 1890 -- Deed Book 53, page 76: John H. Snodgrass & Harriett his wife to
Z. D. Kendall, 3 acres 52 poles, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 6 Apr 1891.

5 Aug 1890 -- Deed Book 48, page 521: Enos E. Snodgrass & Malissa A. his wife
to Singer Mfg. Co., Lis Pen, interest 18 acres 90 poles, Davies Run.
Recorded 5 Aug 1890.

7 Oct 1890 -- Deed Book 50, page 392: Clinton B. Snodgrass &
Matilda R.
his
wife to Edward V. d'Invilliers, trustee, 66 acres 102 poles, Coal, Paw
Paw
Dist.
Recorded 24 Nov 1890.

23 Dec 1890 -- Oscar Clinton Snodgrass born, s/o Hattie & John Henry Snodgrass.

28 Mar 1891 -- Deed Book 58, page 75: James F. Snodgrass & Manervia J. [Minerva J.]
his wife to Clarissa B. Parker, 131 poles, Barrackville.
Recorded 5 Jul 1892.

x5 Apr 1891 -- Deed Book 53, page 292: Enos E. Snodgrass &
Malissa A.
his
wife to Amedee M. Trader, 17 acres 84 poles, Coal, Davies Run.
Recorded 11 May 1891.

19 Apr 1891 -- Fannie Snodgrass, 18, b. Doddridge Co.; married
Richard L.
Ice, 21,
b.
Marion
Co. (Book 2, page 206).

23 Apr 1891 -- Eugenes W. Snodgrass, 26, b. Doddridge Co.; married
Martha
Robinson, 25, b. Marion Co. (Book 2, page 207).

3 Jul 1891 -- Deed Book 51, page 383: J. H. Snodgrass & Hattie his
wife to
C. J.
Lavelle
et al,
oil & gas lease, 47 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 6 Jul 1891.

3 Jul 1891 -- Deed Book 55, page 63: J. H. Snodgrass & Hatty his
wife to C.
J. Lavelle et al, royalty, 47 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 21 Nov 1891.

3 Jul 1891 -- Deed Book 55, page 69: John H. Snodgrass Jr. & Hatty his wife
to A. P. Booth et al, oil & gas, 47 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 21 Nov 1891.

3 Jul 1891 -- Deed Book 66, page 290: J. H. Snodgrass & Hattie his
wife to
C. J.
Lavelle,
oil &
gas lease, 47 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 8 Feb 1893.

29 Dec 1891 -- Joseph S. Snodgrass, 24, b. Doddridge Co.; married
Annie
Gump,
21, b.
Marion
Co. (Book 2, page 378).

8 Feb 1892 -- Will Book 3, page 219: Will of Dorcas [Thorn]
Snodgrass,
dated 8
Feb
1892,
proved 27 Apr 1897.
grandsons David F. Clayton, William S. Clayton, Joseph E. Clayton
late husband Joseph Snodgrass
daughters Elizabeth Clayton, Mary Musgrave

14 Mar 1892 -- Deed Book 57, page 411: T. J. J. Snodgrass to Daniel
T.
Parrish & wife, lot in Mannington.
Recorded 9 Jun 1892.

25 Mar 1892 -- Deed Book 58, page 91: T. J. J. Snodgrass to J. S.
Price, 2
lots, 5-7, Mannington.
Recorded 6 Jul 1892.

6 Sep 1892 -- Will Book 3, page 284: Will of Susanna Snodgrass of
Mannington
District,
dated 6
Sep 1892, proved 26 Apr 1899.
husband F. H. Snodgrass
relationship not stated: Mary Strait & Samantha Coon
[vss-F & S adopted these two girls]

10 Sep 1892 -- Maria Jane Snodgrass, 20, b. Marion Co.; married
Willey J.
Hawkins, 27, b. Marion Co. (Book 3, page 21).
[vss-1907 estate settlement of Aaron & Elmina Snodgrass, Maria J.
Hawkins
came
forward to
claim portion as only heir of their son Charles!]

12 Nov 1892 -- Deed Book 58, page 555: C. R. Snodgrass to M. V.
Hawkins, 2
lots, 1-3, Hawkins Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 23 Nov 1892.

20 Mar 1893 -- Deed Book 61, page 30: A. R. Snodgrass & Mary L.
Snodgrass his
wife
to T. L.
Evans, 80 acres.
Recorded 22 Mar 1893.

12 Jun 1893 -- Will Book 3, page 125: D. L. Snodgrass witnessed the
will of
Annie C. Baker.

21 Aug 1893 -- Will Book 3, page 185: C. A. Snodgrass & T. J. J.
Snodgrass
witnessed will of Sarah A. Baker.

2 Sep 1893 -- Minerva Snodgrass, b. 1863, Barrackville, WV, d/o Andrew & Elizabeth Conaway,
wife of J. F. Snodgrass, d. 2 Sep 1893, buried Conaway Grave Yard. 
<wife of James Fielding Snodgrass>.

2 Sep 1893 -- Minerva J. Snodgrass, b. 4 Jul 1868, d. 2 Sep 1893, buried Clelland Cemetery.

9 Jan 1894 -- George Hershel Snodgrass born, s/o George H. & Olive Snodgrass;
informant R. E. Ice.

12 Jan 1894 -- Deed Book 63, page 335: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et al, to Ellen Kendall, 2 lots,
5-8,
Snodgrass
Addition,
Mannington.
Recorded 15 Jan 1894.

15 Jan 1894 -- Deed Book 85, page 172: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et al, to L. D. Levelle, log in
Mannington.
Recorded 2 May 1899.

30 Jan 1894 -- Deed Book 63, page 321: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et al, to A. N. Spears, Lot 1,
Snodgrass Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 1 Feb 1894.

15 Feb 1894 -- Deed Book 72, page 424: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, to M. V. Hawkins, 2 lots 6-7,
Snodgrass
Addition,
Mannington.
Recorded 18 Sep 1895.

13 Mar 1894 -- Deed bk. 67, page 55: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et zl to S. P. Freeland, lot,
Mannington.
Recorded 27 Nov 1894.

19 Mar 1894 -- Deed Book 64, page 34: C. A. Snodgrass, C. R.
Snodgrass,
T. J. J.
Snodgrass to
Charles E. Manley, lis Pen, Lot Wahoo.
Recorded 19 Mar 1894.

22 Mar 1894 -- Deed Book 64, page 297: C. A. Snodgrass, C. R.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et al to Margaret J. Hendrixon,
lot 14
in Mannington.
Recorded 22 Mar 1894.

25 May 1894 -- Deed Book 68, page 45: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to
James
W.
Bogges, 4
acres, Wahoo.
Recorded 22 Mar 1895.

29 Jun 1894 -- Deed Book 64, page 461: Laura Snodgrass et al by
commissioner to
James
Bennett et al, pt. lot in Fairmont.
Reocrded 29 Jun 1894.

21 Jul 1894 -- Deed Book 65, page 43: Enos E. Snodgrass & Malissa
A. his
wife to
Edgar
P.
Conoway et al, interest in parcel, Drakes Run.
Recorded 21 Jul 1894.

25 Jul 1894 -- J. Fielding Snodgrass, 28, b. Marion Co.; married Laura
B.
Dotson, 24, b. --- (25 Jul 1894).

14 Aug 1894 -- Deed Book 68, page 126: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, to James R. Heldreth, 2 lots,
Mannington.
Recorded 30 Mar 1895.

3 Oct 1894 -- Deed Book 65, page 382: John H. Snodgrass & Pleasant
his
wife
to Virginia A. Ice, 60 poles, Brink.
Recorded 10 Oct 1894.

4 Oct 1894 -- Deed Book 71, page 101: Pleasant H. Snodgrass et al to
South
Penn Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 53 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 5 Nov 1894.

22 Oct 1894 -- Deed Book 65, page 426: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to
Fielden R. Ice, 37 1/4 acres, Davys Run.
Recorded 22 Oct 1894.

22 Oct 1894 -- Deed Book 67, page 12: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to
Wm.
E. Drummond, 30 1/4 acres, Dunkard Mill Run.
Recorded 13 Mar 1894.

19 Nov 1894 -- Everett Snodgrass, b. 19 (July or Aug) 1894, near
Brink, VA,
child of J. H. & Hattie Snodgrass, d. 19 Nov 1894, buried Gump
Cemetery.

4 Dec 1894 -- Verna Snodgrass, 19; married James B. Marr Jr., 23, b.
Marion
Co. (Book 3, page 521).

7 Feb 1895 -- Deed Book 67, page 444: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to
A. J.
Straight,
69
acres 75 poles Dunkard Mill Run.
Recorded 2 Mar 1895.

5 Apr 1895 -- Marriage license (no return): Bessie Snodgrass, 17, b.
Marion
Co., to marry George Hinerman, 35, b. Greene Co., PA. Written
consent of
Bishop[?] Snodgrass, father of Bessie. (Book 4, page 2).

7 May 1895 -- Deed Book 68, page 356: C. A. Snodgrass, trustee, to
Robert
P.
Floyd, 5
acres,
Buggalo Creek, Mannington.
Recorded 24 May 1895.

30 May 1895 -- Rosa May Snodgrass, 22, b. Greene Co., PA; married
James
T.
Price, 28, b. Marion Co. (Book 4, page 40).

6 Jun 1895 -- Deed Book 68, page 423: C. R. Snodgrass to J. S. Price,
pt. lot
in
Mannington.
Recorded 12 Jun 1895.

14 Jun 1895 -- Deed Book 77, page 65: A. R. Snodgrass to M. L.
Hutchinson,
oil & gas lease, 50 acres, Lincoln Dist.
Recorded 26 Jul 1895.

18 Jul 1895 -- Deed Book 72, page 171: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, et
al, to
Elijah T.
Wood, parcel & 15 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 31 Jul 1895.

7 Sep 1895 -- Deed Book 77, page 371: E. A. & O. Y. Snodgrass to
South
Penn
Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 60 acres, Rush Run.
Recorded 21 Nov 1895.

7 Sep 1895 -- Deed Book 77, page 373: J. H. Snodgrass Sr. & P. H.
Snodgrass
to South Penn Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 91 acres, Rush Run.
Recorded 21 Nov 1895.

7 Sep 1895 -- Deed Book 77, page 375: J. H. Snodgrass Sr. & P. H.
Snodgrass
to South Penn Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 53 acres, Lick Run.
Recorded 21 Nov 1895.

27 Sep 1895 -- Deed Book 72, page 453: Charles R. Snodgrass to
Adda
Sticelber, lot in Mannington.
Recorded 27 Sep 1895.

30 Nov 1895 -- Deed Book 78, page 14: C. A. Snodgrass, C. R.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, & T. J. J. Snodgrass, to South Penn Oil Co., oil
& gas
lease, 50 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 27 Jan 1896.

30 Nov 1895 -- Deed Book 78, page 18: C. A. Snodgrass, C. R.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, & T. J. J. Snodgrass, to South Penn Oil Co., oil
& gas
lease, 30 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 27 Jan 1896.

2 Dec 1895 -- Deed Book 74, page 376: J. F. Snodgrass & Laura B.
his wife
to
James B.
Tucker, 2 lots in Barrackville.
Recorded 31 Mar 1896.

1896 -- Estate Settlement Book 19, page 42: Account of Smith
Snodgrass; S.
E.
Fleming,
administrator; $151.

22 Jan 1896 -- Deed Book 78, page 157: Francis H. Snodgrass &
Susanna his
wife to Delmar Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 90 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 11 Apr 1896.

10 Feb 1896 -- Deed Book 74, page 425: D. L. Snodgrass by
commissioner
to
Fielden R. Ice, 37 1/4 acres, Lincoln Dist.
Recorded 7 Apr 1896.

18 May 1896 -- Snodgrass, infant son, b. 17 May 1896, child of J. &
Maggie
Snodgrass, died 18 May 1896.

21 May 1896 -- Deed Book 95, page 104: Charles R. Snodgrass to
Margaret
A.
Beaty, parcel, Buffalo Creek, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 30 Aug 1900.

4 Jun 1896 -- Eugenus W. Snodgrass, 31, b. Doddridge Co.; married
Miss
Laura
B. Dotson, 26, b. Doddridge Co. (Book 4, page 293). 

25 Jun 1896 -- Deed Book 76, page 141: D. L. Snodgrass by
commissioner
to
John Righter, 4 acres, Wahoo.
Recorded 14 Dec 1896.

8 Aug 1896 -- Smith Snodgrass, b. Feb 1849, died 8 Aug 1896 at
Rivesville,
WV,married.

8 Aug 1896 -- Smith Snodgrass, b. 28 Oct 1846, d. 8 Aug 1896, buried
Oaklawn
Cemetery.

Aug 1896 -- Book 18, page 170: Appraisal of the estate of Smith
Snodgrass;
$151.00.

13 Aug 1896 -- Deed Book 76, page 497: C. A. Snodgrass & Lusetta
K. his
wife to
D. A.
Hibbs
& wife, 30 acres, Glover Gap.
Recorded 22 Mar 1897.

24 Dec 1896 -- Deed Book 76, page 429: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to
Arta
Cole,
3.8
acres, Wahoo.
Recorded 2 Mar 1897.

24 Dec 1896 -- Deed Book 79, page 24: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to
Carla
Riggs,
66 1/2
poles, Thoburn.
Recorded 27 Mar 1897.

6 Mar 1897 -- Deed Book 86, page 166: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
T. J. J.
Snodgrass to
Eureka Pipe Line Co., right of way.
Recorded 29 May 1897.

11 Mar 1897 -- Deed Book 76, page 474: J. D. Snodgrass & Nancy W. his wife to
S. W. [Silas] Snodgrass, 8 3/4 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 16 Mar 1897.

23 Mar 1897 -- Deed Book 86, page 297: John H. Snodgrass Jr. & Hattie his wife to 
South Penn Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 47 acres, Clay Lick Fork.
Recorded 29 Jun 1897.

30 Mar 1897 -- Mrs. Dorcus Snodgrass, b. 16 Apr 1812 in WV, d. 30
Mar
1897,
buried Musgrave Cemetery, married.

9 Apr 1897 -- Deed Book 86, page 378: C. A. Snodgrass & Lusetta
his wife
to
South Penn Oil Co., oil & gas lease, 30 acres, Pyles Fork.
Recorded 29 Jun 1897.

27 Apr 1897 -- (will of Dorcas Snodgrass proved, see 8 Feb 1892)

6 May 1897 -- Deed Book 106, page 231: C. R. Snodgrass to Emma
Parsons, quit
claim
deed,
lot, Rivesville.
Recorded 10 Jul 1901.

18 May 1897 -- Deed Book 87, page 16: F. D. Snodgrass to Eureka
Pipe
Line
Co., right of way.
Recorded 18 Aug 1897.

May 1897 -- Book 18, page 411: John Snodgrass & others appraised
the
estate
of James C. Booth.

1 Jun 1897 -- Deed Book 87, page 89: O. Y. Snodgrass to R. R.
Carroll, 60
acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 4 Sep 1897.

26 Jun 1897 -- Deed Book 79, page 492: C. A. Snodgrass & Lusetta
K. his
wife to
W. B.
C.
Kendall, 30 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 21 Jul 1897.

28 Jun 1897 -- Price Snodgrass, s/o J. A. & M. A. Snodgrass, d. 28 Jun
1897,
age 5m 5d, buried St. John's Cemetery.

30 Jun 1897 -- Chas. R. Snodgrass, 32, b. Marion Co.; married Alice E.
Atha,
26, b. Marion Co. (Book 4, page 572).

15 Nov 1897 -- Deed Book 81, page 436: John H. Snodgrass &
Pleasant H.
his
wife to M. E. Church South Tr., 1/2 acre, Brink.
Recorded 15 Mar 1898.

31 Dec 1897 -- Deed Book 81, page 440: J. F. Snodgrass to E. P.
Straight, 2
lots 4-5 in Barrackville.
Recorded 17 Mar 1898.

21 Jan 1898 -- C. H. Snodgrass, b. 8 Sep 1875 in Marion Co., died 21
Jan
1898,
single. 
<duplicate of entry below>

21 Jan 1898 -- Clarence H. Snodgrass, b. 19 Mar 1874, Mannington,
s/o
Ezekeal C.
&
Lucinda
[Lavernia?] J. Snodgrass, died 21 Jan 1898, Mannington, WV. 
<duplicate of
entry above>

30 Jan 1898 -- Myron Charles Snodgrass born, s/o Luretta & C. A.
Snodgrass;
informant W. C. I. Wilson.

31 Jan 1898 -- Deed Book 81, page 268: S. W. Snodgrass & Nancy his
wife
to H.
W.
Brown, 9
acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 12 Feb 1898.

26 Mar 1898 -- Anna [Riggs] Snodgrass, 43, widow [widow of Smith],
b.
Monongalia Co.;
married Daniel L.Toothman, 57, widower, b. Marion Co. (Book 5,
page 161).

28 Mar 1898 -- Deed Book 82, page 131: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Alice E. Snodgrass, L. K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, to John Kuhn,
2 lots
in
Mannington.
Recorded 14 Apr 1898.

23 Apr 1898 -- Deed Book 81, page 405: Nelson Snodgrass &
Brinkley M.
Snodgrass heirs to Smith Snodgrass et al, interest in 30 acres, Warrior
Fork.
Recorded 10 Mar 1898.

10 May 1898 -- Deed Book 103, page 22: C. A. Snodgrass, Alice E.
Snodgrass,
C. R. Snodgrass, Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, et al, to E.
L.
Fetty et al, lot 9, Snodgrass Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 23 Mar 1901.

20 May 1898 -- Deed Book 84, page 336: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, & T. J. J. Snodgrass, to Wm. H. Snyder, lot
Mannington.
Recorded 28 Mar 1899.

20 May 1898 -- Deed Book 84, page 336: Alice E. Snodgrass to Wm.
H.
Snyder,
lot Mannington.
Recorded 28 Mar 1899.

21 May 1898 -- Deed Book 82, page 297: H. Snodgrass & Melissa his
wife
to W.
H.
Furbee, 3
acres 25 poles, Barrackville.
Recorded 27 May 1898.

3 Jun 1898 -- Deed Book 82, page 420: Nelson Snodgrass to Emma A.
Parsons,
quit claim deed, lot in Rivesville.
Recorded 25 Jun 1898.

6 Jun 1898 -- Deed Book 82, page 334: Charles R. Snodgrass & Alice
E. his
wife to E. C. Martin, lot in Mannington.
Recorded 9 Jun 1898.

18 Jun 1898 -- Deed Book 83, page 100: H. Snodgrass & Malissa his
wife to
W. H.
Furbee,
Deed of correction, 3 parcels, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 17 Aug 1898.

23 Jun 1898 -- Deed Book 82, page 482: John H. Snodgrass &
Pleasant H.
his
wife et al to Baker-Kendell Cemetery, 60 poles, Dents Run.
Recorded 6 Jul 1898.

16 Jul 1898 -- Deed Book 88, page 19: O. Y. Snodgrass & Elizabeth
A.[Booth] his
wife
to F. W.
Bartlett, 60 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 20 Jul 1898.

2 Aug 1898 -- Deed Book 88, page 35: John H. Snodgrass & Pleasant
H. his
wife
to J. E.
Smith
et al, royalty, 94 acres, Rush Run.
Recorded 9 Aug 1898.

13 Sep 1898 -- Melissa Snodgrass, b. 7 Dec 1854, Dunkard, PA, d. 13
Sep
1898,
buried
Baptist
Cemetery, Barrackville, WV, married.

13 Sep 1898 -- Malissa South Snodgrass, wife of H. Snodgrass, b. 18
Nov
1864, d.
13 Sep
1898,
buried Barrackville Baptist Cemetery.

14 Sep 1898 -- Francis L. Snodgrass [Frances - female], b. 5 Sep 1872,
Marion Co.,
WV,
child of
Silas W. & Nancy Snodgrass, died 14 Sep 1898 at Barrackville, WV,
married.

16 Sep 1898 -- Malissa Beall Snodgrass, d/o H. & M. S. Snodgrass, b.
13 Sep
1898, d. 16 Sep 1898, buried Barrackville Baptist Cemetery.

13 Nov 1898 -- H. Bertha Snodgrass, 23, b. Marion Co.; married Omer
H.
Arnett,
28, b.
Marion
Co. (Book 5, page 320).

16 Nov 1898 -- Deed Book 83, page 376: H. Snodgrass to John
Collfield, bill
of sale.
Recorded 17 Nov 1898.

18 Nov 1898 -- Deed Book 83, page 399: J. D. Snodgrass & Nancy
W. his
wife to
Newton
Cunningham, 1 acre, Brink.
Recorded 24 Nov 1898.

31 Dec 1898 -- Hilford Snodgrass, 26, b. Marion Co.; married Olie
Welch, 30,
b. Chautauqua Co., NY (Book 5, page 372).

5 Jan 1899 -- Susanna Snodgrass, b. 1825, d/o J. & S. Rice [? Price], 
wife of F. H. Snodgrass, died 5 Jan 1899.

30 Mar 1899 -- Deed Book 84, page 370: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Alice E. Snodgrass, Lusetta K. Snodgrass, & T. J. J. Snodgrass to Lee
Roy
Criss, Lot 10, Mannington.
Recorded 31 Mar 1899.

18 Apr 1899 -- Deed Book 88, page 248: C. A. Snodgrass & Lusetta
his wife
to
Frederick W. Bartlett, royalty, 25 acres, Mannington Dist.
Recorded 1 May 1899.

26 Apr 1899 -- (will of Susanna Snodgrass proved, see 6 Sep 1892)

1899 -- Estate Settlement Book 22, page 163: Account of Susanna
Snodgrass, 
F. H. Snodgrass, administrator; $72.34.

19 May 1899 -- Deed Book 85, page 394: F. H. Snodgrass to B. F.
Hibbs, 
21 3/4 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 21 Jun 1899.

21 Jun 1899 -- Deed Book 85, page 395: F. H. Snodgrass to Elizabeth
Youst, 
68 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 21 Jun 1899.

21 Jun 1899 -- Francis H. Snodgrass, 74, b. Marion Co.; married Lizzie
Yost,
25, b. Wetzel Co. (Book 5, page 487).

25 Jul 1899 -- Deed Book 94, page 58: D. L. Snodgrass,
commissioner, to S.
J.
Sturm, 38 1/2 acres, Teverbaugh.
Recorded 1 Jun 1900.

26 Aug 1899 -- Deed Book 88, page 890: John H. Snodgrass &
Pleasant H.
his
wife to Fred W. Bartlett, 92 acres, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 25 Sep 1899.

2 Sep 1899 -- Deed Book 95, page 182: Alice E. Snodgrass, C. R.
Snodgrass, et
al to Laura M. Wright, lot 1, Furbee Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 15 Sep 1900.

16 Sep 1899 -- Deed Book 89, page 406: C. A. Snodgrass & Lusetta
K. his
wife
to E. L. Martin et al, 2 lots, Metz.
Recorded 18 Sep 1899.

28 Sep 1899 -- Deed Book 90, page 271: C. R. Snodgrass & Alice E.
his
wife to
Susan A. Rose et al, lot, Mannington.
Recorded 18 Nov 1899.

10 Oct 1899 -- Deed Book 88, page 493: A. R. Snodgrass & Mary L.
his
wife to
J. C. Parish, oil & gas lease, 40 acres, Lincoln Dist.
Recorded 6 Feb 1899.

Oct 1899 -- Book 20, page 427: D. L. Snodgrass & others appraised
the
estate
of J. P. Schmitt.

14 Oct 1899 -- Deed Book 98, page 5: A. R. Snodgrass et al to J. C.
Parrish,
100 acres, Buffalo Creek.
Recorded 6 Feb 1900.

25 Oct 1899 -- Deed Book 91, page 310: Alice E. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
C. R. Snodgrass, Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, to Isaac N.
Ashcraft et al, 55 acres 20 poles Lewis Fork.
Recorded 12 Feb 1900.

28 Oct 1899 -- Deed Book 95, page 213: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, Alice E. Snodgrass et al to
James H.
Cunningham, 21 3/4 acres, Owen Davy.
Recorded 21 Sep 1900.

8 Nov 1899 -- Deed Book 90, page 223: F. H. Snodgrass & Elizabeth
his
wife to
Charles R. Snodgrass, parcel, Warrior Fork.
Recorded 10 Nov 1899.

18 Nov 1899 -- Deed Book 94, page 204: A. R. Snodgrass & Mary L.
his
wife to
A. B. Morgan, 1/4 acre, Farmington.
Recorded 18 Jun 1900.

6 Jan 1900 -- Deed Book 91, page 171: A. R. Snodgrass & Mary L.
his wife
to
J. L. Spicer, 8 acres 100 poles, Farmington.
Recorded 23 Jan 1900.

21 Feb 1900 -- Deed Book 91, page 439: C. R. Snodgrass & Alice E.
Snodgrass
to John T. Hopkins, Pg. lot 1, Snodgrass Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 24 Feb 1900.

26 Feb 1900 -- Deed Book 103, page 452: A. R. Snodgrass & Mary L.
Sndograss
to Willie Downs, 1/16 acre, Farmington.
Recorded 3 May 1901.

15 Mar 1900 -- Deed Book 94, page 159: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Alice E. Snodgrass, Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et al to
Daniel
S. Hawkins, 55 acres 150 poles, Glade Fork.
Recorded 16 Jun 1900.

22 Mar 1900 -- Deed Book 96, page 254: C. R. Snodgrass & Alice E.
Snodgrass
to Rebecca Shaver, pt. lot 1, Snodgrass addition, Mannington.
Recorded 28 Dec 1900.

31 Mar 1900 -- Deed Book 93, page 234: C. A. Snodgrass to C. F.
Ammons
et al,
Lis Pen, 19 5/8 acres, Road Fork.
Recorded 2 Apr 1900.

2 May 1900 -- Ernie O. Snodgrass (f.), 22, b. Wetzel Co.; married Lida
E.
Ashcroft (m.), 24, b. Marion Co. <This couple was entered with Ernie
O.
Snodgrass as the bride & Lida E. Ashcroft as the groom, but there was
likely
a
mistake made when they were entered, or else it was an incredible
coincidence
that the groom had a woman's name and the bride had a man's name!>

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1900 Marion Co Census

Winfield Dist., 17-65-9-2 
William J. Hawkins 34-M-WV/WV/WV Sep 1865 m.8y
Maria J. Hawkins 28-F-WV/WV/WV Mar 1872 wife, 3 ch, 3 liv
Charles R. Hawkins 6-M-WV/WV/WV Jul 1893 son
Joseph H. Hawkins 4-M-WV/WV/WV Aug 1895 son
John D. Hawkins 2-M-WV/WV/WV Jan 1898 son
Eliza Snodgrass 57-F-WV/WV/WV Jul 1842 mother-in-law, widow, 2 ch, 1 liv.

Fairmont Dost., 17-49-3-11:
Edgar P. Straight 72-M-WV/WV/WV m 48y, farmer, o.f.f.
Mary Straight 71-F-VA/IRE/VA wife, 2 ch, 0 liv
Charlotte Snodgrass 37-F-WV/WV/WV Nov 1862 boarder, single

Fairmont Dist., 17-49-3-99 (bad film):
Andrew F. Conaway 76-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1823 m.41y, farmer, o.f.f.
--- Conaway 65-F-WV/WV/WV Sep 1834 wife, 3 ch, 2 liv
Frederick Snodgrass 9-M-WV/WV/WV Jun 1891 grandson

Fairmont Dist., 17-49-4-77:
Enos E. Snodgrass 66-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1833 m.13y, farmer, r.f.
Malissee Snodgrass 53-F-WV/WV/WV Apr 1847 wife, 0 ch

Grant Dist., 17-54-28-81:
Belle Grimes 
***
David Snodgrass 69-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1830 boarder, lawyer
(marital status scribbled over & illegible) [vss - he is a widower]

Lincoln Dist., 17-56-8-53:
Alfred K. Atha
***
V. C. Snodgrass 25-M-WV/WV/WV Feb 1875 single, farm laborer

Lincoln Dist., 17-56-14-34: 
John W. Dudley 43-m-WV/WV/WV Jan 1857 m.11y, lather, o.h.
Laura Dudley 43-F-WV/WV/WV Mar 1875 wife, 6 ch, 6 liv
Asa L. Dudley 10-M-WV/WV/WV Feb 1890 son
Hazel S. Dudley 9-F-WV/WV/WV Apr 1891 daughter
Vernal Dudley 7-F-WV/WV/WV Nov 1892 daughter
Luster Dudley 4-M-WV/WV/WV Aug 1895 son
Mollie Hawkins 20-F-WV/WV/WV Aug 1879
W. B. Snodgrass34-M-WV Aug 1865 brother-in-law
<no occupation given for W. B. Snodgrass>

Lincoln Dist., 17-56-17-37:
James T. Price 33-M-WV/WV/WV Sep 1866 m.4y, undertaker, o.h.
Rosa M. Price 24-F-PA/WV/WV (illeg) 1875 wife, 3 ch, 3 liv
Harry Price 3-M-WV/WV/PA son
Paul H. Price 2-M-WV/WV/PA son
Sarah A. Price 4/12-F-WV/WV/PA daughter
U. G. Snodgrass 35-M-WV/WV/WV May 1865 bro.-in-law, barber

Lincoln Dist., 17-57-11-88:
Alph R. Snodgrass 73-M-WV/WV/WV Jun 1826 m.10y, no occ. given, o.f.f.
Mary L. Snodgrass 56-F-WV/WV/WV Dec 1843 wife, 0 ch

Lincoln Dist., 17-57-21-78:
Fielden E. Snodgrass 47-M-WV/WV/WV --- 1853 m.26y, teamster, r.h. [s/o David & Perdilla]
Lucie Snodgrass 42-F-WV/WV/WV May 1858 wife, 10 ch, 6 liv [Lucy E. H... m. 1875]
Flossie Snodgrass 17-F-WV/WV/WV --- 1883 daughter
George N. Snodgrass 18-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1881 son, coal miner
Ida R. Snodgrass 12-F-WV/WV/WV Dec 1888 daughter
Jerry Snodgrass 48-M-WV/WV/WV -- 1852 boarder, coal miner
+ 3 other boarders

Mannington Dist., 17-58-1-98 (bad film):
William O. Snodgrass 61-M-WV/WV/WV Jul 1838 m.40y, farmer, r.f.
Marinda Snodgrass 62-F-WV/WV/WV Oct 1837 wife, 9 ch, 8 liv?
Howard L. Snodgrass 21-M-WV/WV/WV Jul 1878 son, clerk store
Elizabeth Conaway 71-F-WV/WV/WV Jun 1829 inmate, single

Mannington Dist., 17-58-2-78:
John H. Snodgrass 60-M-WV/WV/WV May 1840 m.34y, farmer, o.f.f.
Pleasant Snodgrass 59-F-WV/WV/WV Aug 1840 wife, 6 ch, 4 liv
Mary Snodgrass 31-F-WV/WV/WV Feb 1869 daughter
Fanny B. Snodgrass 18-F-WV/WV/WV Dec 1881 daughter
Frances A. Snodgrass 14-F-WV/WV/WV May 1886 daughter
Mary Kendall 79-F-WV/WV/WV Oct 1820 mother-in-law

Mannington Dist., 17-58-2-84:
Onesmus Y. Snodgrass 58-M-WV/WV/WV Feb 1842 m.21y, farmer,
o.f.f.
Elizabeth Snodgrass 44-F-WV/WV/WV Jan 1856 wife, 4 ch, 4 liv
Storif Snodgrass 20-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1879 son, farm laborer
James H. Snodgrass 16-M-WV/WV/WV Apr 1884 son, farm laborer
Anna M. Snodgrass 9-F-WV/WV/WV Sep 1890 daughter
John F. Snodgrass 6-M-WV/WV/WV Feb 1894 son

Mannington Dist., 17-58-4-18:
F. H. Snodgrass 75-M-WV/WV/WV Sep 1824; m.2y <sic>, farmer,
o.f.f.
Elizabeth Snodgrass 25-F-WV/WV/WV Aug 1875 wife, 2 ch, 2 liv
Walker Snodgrass 5-M-WV/WV/WV Feb 1895 son
Ranzie Snodgrass 3-M-WV/WV/WV Mar 1897 son
<children may be hers by a previous marriage>

Mannington Dist., 17-58-7-14:
Geo. B. Snodgrass 36-M-WV/WV/WV Apr 1864 m.15y, farmer,
lives on
farm
Allie Snodgrass 34-F-WV/WV/WV Jun 1866 wife, 3 ch, 3 liv
John D. R. Snodgrass 13-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1886 son
Virgil R. Snodgrass 11-M-WV/WV/WV Jan 1889 son
Geo. H. Snodgrass 6-M-WV/WV/WV Jan 1894 son

Manington Dist., 17-59-9-17:
Joshua Looman 56-M-WV/WV/WV Sep 1843 m.34y, farmer,
o.f.f.
Melissa J. Looman 55-F-WV/WV/WV Oct 1844 wife, 5 ch, 3 liv
Florence M. Looman 18-F-WV/WV/WV Jan 1882 daughter
Goldie Looman 14-F-WV/WV/WV Mar 1886 daughter
Berchia Snodgrass 7-M-WV/WV/WV Aug 1892 grandson

Mannington Dist., 17-59-15-20:
John H. Snodgrass 34-M-WV/WV/PA Jun 1865 m.9y, farmer, o.f.f.
Hattie Snodgrass 30-F-WV/PA/PA Apr 1870 wife, 4 ch, 3 liv
Oscar C. Snodgrass 9-M-WV/WV/WV Dec 1890 son
Chloe P. Snodgrass 3-F-WV/WV/WV Nov 1896 daughter
Aubrey Snodgrass 1-M-WV/WV/WV Feb 1899 son

Mannington Dist., 17-60-2-80:
C. A. Snodgrass 42-M-VA/VA/VA Jul 1857 m.12y, lawyer, o.h.f.
Lucetta Snodgrass 37-F-OH/FRA/GER Apr 1863 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
Myron Snodgrass 2-M-WV/VA/OH Jan 1898 son

Mannington Dist., 17-60-3-93:
L. V. Snodgrass 65-M-VA Jul 1834
Sarah Snodgrass 45-F-VA Sep 1854 daughter
Winnie Snodgrass 40-F-VA Apr 1860 daughter
Thos. J. Snodgrass 34-M-WV Feb 1866 son
Victoria Snodgrass 31-F-WV Dec 1868 daughter
Cora Snodgrass 22-F-WV Oct 1879 daughter

Mannington Dist., 17-60-6-17:
J. S. Snodgrass 32-M-WV Sep 1867
Anna Snodgrass 29-F-WV Mar 1871 wife
Oscar Snodgrass 5-M-WV Oct 1894 son
Glenn Snodgrass 3-M-WV Feb 1897 son

Mannington Dist., 17-60-7-36:
Chas. R. Snodgrass 37-M-WV/VA/VA Nov 1862 m.3y, merchant,
o.h.f.
Alice Snodgrass 28-F-WV/VA/VA Jun 1871 wife, 1 ch, 1 liv
Edwin Snodgrass 2-M-WV/WV/WV Apr 1898 son
Chas. L. Snodgrass 20-M-WV/WV/VA Oct 1877 nephew
Howard Alba 23-M-WV/VA/VA Aug 1876 bro-in-law, salesman
Ezra W. Baker 34-M-WV/VA/VA May 1866 boarder, butcher

Mannington Dist., 17-60-13-89:
F. D. Bassett
***
Clara Snodgrass 20-F-WV Nov 1879 servant

Paw-Paw Dist., 17-61-7-85:
C. B. Snodgrass 46-M-WV/WV/WV Nov 1853 m.25y, farmer,
o.m.f.
Matilda Snodgrass 45-F-WV/WV/WV Sep 1854 wife, 3 ch, 3 liv
Maude E. Snodgrass 24-F-WV/WV/WV Jun 1876 daughter
A. Blanch Snodgrass 21-F-WV/WV/WV Sep 1879 daughter
Hugh Snodgrass 18-M-WV/WV/WV Mar 1882 son, farm laborer

Paw Paw Dist., 17-61-17-19:
D. L. Toothman 60-M-WV/WV/WV May 1840 m.3y, farmer, o.f.f.
Annie Toothman 45-F-WV/WV/WV Mar 1855 wife, widow <sic>,
3 ch,
3 liv
Alpha Toothman 22-M-WV/WV/WV Jun 1878 son, farm laborer
Glenn Toothman 16-M-WV/WV/WV Jul 1883 son, farm laborer
Russell Snodgrass 12-M-WV/WV/WV Mar 1888 step-son
Georgia Snodgrass 7-F-WV/WV/WV Apr 1893 step-daughter

Paw Paw Dist., 17-62-2-17:
Jack Snodgrass 37-M-WV/WV/WV Oct 1863 m.7y, barber, r.h.
Maggie Snodgrass 27-F-WV/WV/WV Sep 1873 wife, 4 ch, 2 liv
Earl Snodgrass 4-M-WV/WV/WV May 1896 son
Madge Snodgrass 11/12-F-WV/WV/WV Jun 1899 daughter

Paw Paw Dist., 17-62-14-29:
Fenton Snodgrass 47-M-WV/WV/WV Dec 1852 m.15y, day laborer,
o.h.f.
Carrie Snodgrass 31-F-WV/WV/WV Jul 1868 wife, 2 ch, 2 liv
Francis R. Snodgrass 13-M-WV/WV/WV Jun 1886 son
Lealah Snodgrass 9-F-WV/WV/WV Nov 1890 daughter

Paw Paw Dist., 17-62-5-44 (bad film):
John A. Snodgrass 40-M-WV/WV/WV Aug 1859 m.6y, day laborer,
r.h.
Minnie A. Snodgrass 25-F-WV/WV/WV Sep 1874 wife, 4 ch, 3 liv
Blanch Snodgrass 5-F-WV/WV/WV May 1895 daughter
Ruby D. Snodgrass 2-F-WV/WV/WV Jan 1898 daughter
Grace C. Snodgrass 8/12-F-WV/WV/WV Oct 1899 daughter
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24 Jul 1900 -- Edna E. Snodgrass, 16, b. Marion Co.; married Lloyd
Watkins,
21, b. Marion Co. Consent of father, F. E. Snodgrass (Book 6, page
183).

24 Jul 1900 -- Deed Book 106, page 129: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Alice E. Snodgrass, Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass et al to S.
P.
Freeland, lot, Jerico Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 29 Jun 1901.

1 Oct 1900 -- Elizabeth E. Snodgrass, 36, b. Wetzel Co.; married Wm.
O.
Gallaher, 34, b. Monongalia Co. (Book 6, page 272).

20 Nov 1900 -- Sarah E. Snodgrass, b. 1835, Marion Co., WV, died 20
Nov
1900
at Barnesville, WV, married.

20 Nov 1900 -- Sarah E. Snodgrass, d. 20 Nov 1900, age 67y 7m 18d,
buried
Jones Cemetery.

30 Nov 1900 -- Deed Book 96, page 231: C. R. Snodgrass & Alice E.
Snodgrass
to James Hawker, pt. lot 5, Goulds Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 24 Dec 1900.

10 Dec 1900 -- Deed Book 102, page 308: C. R. Snodgrass, C. A.
Snodgrass,
Lusetta K. Snodgrass, T. J. J. Snodgrass, Alice E. Snodgrss, et al to
Elizabeth S. Newell, lot 17, Jerico Addition, Mannington.
Recorded 26 Feb 1901.

25 Feb 1901 -- Will Book 3, page 430: Will of T. J. J. Snodgrass,
dated 25
Feb 1901, proved 30 May 1902.
mother L. V. Snodgrass
brothers E. B. Snodgrass, W. G. Snodgrass, R. E. L. Snodgrass, C.
A.
Snodgrass, C. R. Snodgrass
sisters Helen Snodgrass, Minnie Snodgrass, Flora Snodgrass, Cora
Snodgrass

5 Aug 1901 -- Lorena Snodgrass, daughter of J. A. & M. A. Snodgrass, 
b. 11 Mar 1901, d. 5 Aug 1901, buried St. John's Cemetery.

18 Sep 1901 -- Blanche Snodgrass, 23, b. Marion Co.; 
married John R. Hawkins, 28, b. Marion Co. (7-14).

22 May 1902 -- T. J. J. Snodgrass, b. 12 Feb 1867, Marion Co., WV, 
died 22 May 1902.

30 May 1902 -- (will of T. J. J. Snodgrass proved, see 25 Feb 1901)

5 Jun 1902 -- Will Book 4, page 358: Will of Charles R. Snodgrass,
dated 5 Jun 1902, proved 11 Nov 1908.
brothers R. E. L. Snodgrass, E. B. Snodgrass, W. G. Snodgrass
wife Alice E. Snodgrass
mother L. V. Snodgrass
sisters Helen Snodgrass, Minnie Snodgrass, Flora Snodgrass, Cora Burgess
son Edwin C. Snodgrass
daughter Mildred V. Snodgrass

30 Sep 1902 -- V. Clyde Snodgrass of Ritchie Co., 27, b. Ritchie Co.; married
at Farmington, Marion Co., WV, A. Grace Atha, 24, b. Ritchie Co.

8 Aug 1903 -- Clara Snodgrass, 19, b. Marion Co.; married Earl Cain, 26, b. Wood Co. 
(Book 8, page 192).

30 Oct 1903 -- Howard Snodgrass, b. 1878, Marion Co., WV, 
s/o W. O. Snodgrass, died 30 Oct 1903, Rymer, WV, single.

8 Feb 1904 -- Geo. C. Snodgrass, 22, b. Marion Co.; 
married Maggie E. Prosser, 19, b. Marion Co. (Book 8, page 383).

6 May 1904 -- Clement V. Snodgrass, b. 1 Apr 1860, d. 6 May 1904, 
buried St. John's Cemetery.

12 May 1905 -- Frank Snodgrass, b. 1824 Marion Co., WV, died 12 May 1905 at Mannington,
WV, married.

1 Sep 1905 -- Minnie A. Snodgrass, wife of J. A. Snodgrass, b. 9 Sep 1874, d. 1 Sep 1905, 
buried St. John's Cemetery.

27 Nov 1906 -- William Oliver Snodgrass, b. 23 Jul 1838, Marion Co., WV, died 27 Nov 1906;
married.

17 Jun 1907 -- Carrie Snodgrass, b. 1868, died 17 Jun 1907, Monongah, WV, married.

6 Dec 1907 -- F. E. Snodgrass [Fielding], b. 1862, died 6 Dec 1907, Monongah, WV, married.

6 Dec 1907 -- George Snodgrass, b. 1878, died 6 Dec 1907, Monongah, WV, married.

13 Jan 1908 -- V. L. Snodgrass, 19, b. Marion Co.; married Jessie C. Ott, 17, b. Marion Co. 
Mary A. Ott, guardian of Jessie C. Ott, gave her consent in writing. G. B. Snodgrass, father of 
V. L. Snodgrass, appeared in person and gave his consent. (Book 11, page 72)
<Virgil L. Snodgrass>

6 Feb 1908 -- I. J. Snodgrass, 43, widower, b. Ritchie Co.; married Eliza Willard, 44, divorced, 
b. Harrison Co. (Book 11, page 90).

11 Mar 1908 -- Lelah Snodgrass, 18, b. Marion Co.; married Luther Shingleton, 22, 
b. Wood Co., res. Harrison Co., WV. F. D. Snodgrass, father of Lelah, appeared in person and
gave his consent (Book 11, page 20).

24 Oct 1908 -- Charles R. Snodgrass, b. 1865, died 24 Oct 1908 at Mannington, WV, married.

11 Nov 1908 -- (will of Charles R. Snodgrass proved, see 5 Jun 1902)

13 Feb 1909 -- Ethel Fern Snodgrass, b. 31 Mar 1908 at Bartholomew, WV,
d/o Virgil and Jessie C. Snodgrass, died 13 Feb 1909 at Rymer, WV.

27 Feb 1909 -- Snodgrass (N.X.N.), son, b. 1895, died 27 Feb 1909 at Mannington, WV.

20 Aut 1909 -- Jessie C. Snodgrass, b. 18 Jan 1891, died 20 Aug 1909 at Rymer, WV, married.

1 Nov 1909 -- Snodgrass, infant son, died 1 Nov 1909.

4 Dec 1909 -- Russell Snodgrass, b. Nov 1909, died 4 Dec 1909 at Fairmont, WV.

26 Mar 1910 -- Georgia A. Snodgrass married Chauncey L. Russell (Book 12, page 233).

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1910 Marion Co WV Census

Fairmont Dist., page 116, #138/146, 23-56-146:
Enos Snodgrass 76-M-WV/WV/WV m/2; m.23y, own income, r.f.
Melissa Snodgrass 63-F-WV/WV/WV wife, m/2, 2 ch, 2 liv
Sarepta Phillips 66-F-WV/WV/WV servant, wid., 6 ch, 6 liv

Fairmont Dist., page 141, #142/144, 23-57-144:
Edgar Straight 82-M-WV/WV/WV m/1; m.58y, none, o.f.f.
Mary Straight 81-F-VA/IRE/VA m/1, 2 ch, 0 liv
Lottie Snodgrass 49-F-WV/WV/WV servant, housekeeper

Fairmont, page 188, #254/271:
Errie R. Parker 29-M-WV ????
***
Ottis R. Snodgrass 26-M-WV/--/-- principal city school

Fairmont, , page 229, #349/392, 23-61-392:
Annie E. McArdle (hospital) ***
Laura Snotgrass 24-F-WV/WV/WV lodger, chamber maid in hospital

Fairmont, page 232, #409/453, 23-61-453:
Jerry Snodgrass 47-M-WV/WV/WV m/2; m.2y, house carpenter, r.h. [d. 8 Dec 1919]
Liza Snodgrass 49-F-WV/WV/WV wife, m/2, 2 ch, 2 liv [m. 1908 as Eliza Willard]
Carol Snodgrass 15-M-WV/WV/WV son, laborer odd jobs
Ernest Snodgrass 13-M-WV/WV/WV son, laborer odd jobs
John Woolard 19-M-WV/WV/WV step-son
Clyde Woolard 14-M-WV/WV/WV step-son

Fairmont, page 248, #197/200, 23-62-200:
Will Hawkins 42-M-WV/WV/WV m/1; m.18y, Engineer feed mill, r.h.
Mariah Hawkins 36-F-WV/WV/WV wife, m/1, 5 ch, 5 liv
Charles R. Hawkins 17-M-WV/WV/WV son
Hernden G. Hawkins 14-M-WV/WV/WV son
John D. Hawkins 12-M-WV/WV/WV son
Albert S. Hawkins 7-M-WV/WV/WV son
Willie B. Hawkins 4-M-WV/WV/WV son
Eliza Snodgrass 64-F-WV/WV/WV mother, wid., 2 ch, 1 liv

Grant Mag. Dist., Monongah, page 3, #46/48, 24-63-48:
Thomas Hothead (hotel)
Eliza Hothead
***
David Snodgrass 79-M-WV/WV/WV boarder, wid., Justice of Peace

Grant Mag. Dist., Monongah, page 3, #55/58, 24-63-58:
David Grace 40-M-Wales
Maggie Grace 21-F-WV/Wales/Wales dau., wid., 2 ch, 1 liv
Lillian Snodgrass 4-F-OH/WV/WV granddaughter [? d/o Geo. (d. 1907) & Maggie]

Lincoln Dist., page 59, #139/139, 24-66-139:
Alfred Atha 78-M-WV/WV/WV wid., farmer, o.f.f.
Grace Snodgrass 32-F-WV/WV/WV daughter, m/1, 1 ch, 1 liv
Mary C. Snodgrass 3-F-WV/WV/WV granddaughter
Verner C. Snodgrass 35-M-WV/WV/WV son-in-law, m/1; married 7y, worker, So. Penn oil

Lincoln Dist., page 82, #278/329, 24-67-329:
Lucy Snodgrass 49-F-WV/WV/WV wid., 8 ch, 5 liv, own income, r.h.
Margurite Cain 4-F-WV/WV/WV granddaughter

Mannington Dist., page 148?, #154/154, 24-69-154:
Alfred R. Snodgrass 83-M-WV/WV/WV m/2; m.22y, overseer, o.h.
Mary E. Snodgrass 74-F-MD/MD/MD wife, m/3, 14 ch, 10 liv

24-70-76:
Frank Snodgrass 37-M-KS
Callie Snodgrass 32-F-PA wife
Mildred Snodgrass 11-F-WV daughter
Hazel Snodgrass 9-F-WV daughter
Alma B. Snodgrass 7-F-WV daughter
Nola G. Snodgrass 5-F-WV daughter
Howard L. Snodgrass 2-M-WV son
Waker L. Snodgrass -M-WV son

24-70-208:
George B. Snodgrass 46-M-WV
Elizabeth Snodgrass 43-F-WV wife
Russel Snodgrass 23-M-WV son
Vergil L. Snodgrass 21-M-WV son
Hershel Snodgrass 16-M-WV son
Barrha F. Snodgrass -F-WV granddaughter
John Boord 67-M-PA father-in-law

24-70-289:
John H. Snodgrass 69-M-WV 
Pleasant Snodgrass 69-F-WV wife
Mary Snodgrass 40-F-WV daughter
Francis Snodgrass 23-F-WV daughter

24-70-290:
Perry Snodgrass 26-M-WV
Fannie Snodgrass 27-F-WV wife
Flossie Snodgrass 6-F-WV daughter
Edna Snodgrass 2-F-WV daughter

24-70-291:
Onesimus Snodgrass 67-M-WV
Elizabeth W. Snodgrass 55-F-WV wife
Stowe R. Snodgrass 30-M-WV son
James H. Snodgrass 25-M-WV son
Annie M. Snodgrass 19-F-WV daughter
John F. Snodgrass 16-M-WV son

Mannington, 24-71-209:
Oscar Snodgrass 19-M-WV
Birtie Snodgrass 18-F-WV wife
Gussie Striht 14-F-WV sister-in-law

Mannington, 24-71-213:
Joseph Snodgrass 42-M-WV
Rebecca Snodgrass 39-F-WV wife
Deal Snodgrass 13-M-WV son
Silas Snodgrass 8-M-WV son
Edna P. Snodgrass 4-F-WV daughter
+ 1 non-relative

Mannington, 24-71-300:
Alice Snodgrass 38-F-WV
Edwin Snodgrass 12-M-WV son
Mildred Snodgrass 8-F-WV daughter
Altie Atha 21-M-IA nephew
Virginia Atha 14-F-WV niece

Mannington, 24-71-317:
Charles Snodgrass 30-M-WV
Dora Snodgrass 23-F-WV wife
William Snodgrass -M-WV son

Mannington, 24-71-462:
Lavern Snodgrass 75- -WV
Sara Snodgrass 55-F-WV daughter
Minnie Snodgrass 49-F-WV daughter
Tora Snodgrass 42-F-WV daughter

Mannington, 24-71-480:
Columbus Snodgrass 51-M-WV 
Lusetta Snodgrass 47-F-OH wife
Myron Snodgrass 12-M-WV son
Kennis Snodgrass 8-M-WV son

24-72-471:
Clinton B. Snodgrass 56-M-WV
Matilda Snodgrass 58-F-WV wife
Maud Snodgrass 34-F-WV daughter
Hugh Snodgrass 28-M-WV son

Fairview, 24-73-14:
Laney McBee
***
Wilford Snoddgrass 49-M-WV PA?

Fairview, 24-73-166:
John Snodgrass 52-M-WV
Blanche Snodgrass 14-F-WV daughter
Rubby Snodgrass 12-F-WV daughter
Christine Snodgrass 10-F-WV daughter
John Snodgrass 8-M-WV son
+ 1 non-relative
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8 Nov 1910 -- Margaret H. Snodgrass married Wate Goff (Book 12, page 489).

4 Jul 1911 -- Virgil Snodgrass married Bessie Satterfield (Book 13, page 133).

1 Jan 1912 -- Malissa Snodgrass, b. 1848, died 1 Jan 1912 at Fairmont, WV, married.

11 Jan 1912 -- Malissa A. Snodgrass, wife of E. Snodgrass, b. 18 Apr 1847, d. 11 Jan 1912,
buried Snodderly Cemetery.

17 Sep 1912 -- Wilbur Snodgrass, 50, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married Maggie A. Caton, 48,
b. & res. Marion Co., WV (Book 14, page 42).

18 Apr 1913 -- Clinton B. Snodgrass, b. Nov 1853, died 18 Apr 1913,
Rivesville, WV, married.

6 May 1913 -- Laura E. Snodgrass, 24, b. Ritchie Co., WV, res. Fairmont, Marion Co.; married
Richard A. M. Fluharty, 29, b. Alleghany Co., PA, res. Marion Co., WV (Book 14, page 329).

9 Nov 1913 -- Frances M. Snodgrass, 27, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married Joseph O. Nolan,
26, b. Wetzel Co., WV, res. Marion Co. (Book 15, page 3).

7 Jan 1914 -- Laverna V. Snodgrass, b. Jul 1834, died 7 Jan 1914 at
Mannington, WV, married.

14 Mar 1914 -- Anna M. Snodgrass, 22, b. Marion Co., WV; married Gordon M. Cunningham,
22, b. Marion Co., WV (Book 16, page 3)

18 Apr 1914 -- David L. Snodgrass, b. 23 Nov 1827, d. 18 Apr 1914, buried Woodlawn Cem.

21 Apr 1914 -- D. L. Snodgrass d. age 86, buried Woodlawn Cemetery
(from cemetery register).

20 Jun 1914 -- Lillian Snodgrass, b. 8 Jan 1906, died 20 Jun 1914 at Monongah, WV.

15 Aug 1914 -- Maud Elizabeth Snodgrass, 38, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married
William Thompson, 41, b. Mercer Co., IL, res. Marion Co., WV (Book 15, page 363).

26 Sep 1914 -- Russell Snodgrass, 26, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married Belvie Riffle, 22, 
b. & res. Marion Co., WV (Book 15, page 411).

16 Mar 1915 -- Onesimus Y. Snodgrass, b. 11 Feb 1842, died 16 Mar 1915 at Brink, WV,
married.

22 Aug 1915 -- Eliza A. Snodgrass, b. 1845, died 22 Aug 1915 at Fairmont, WV, married.

4 Nov 1916 -- George H. Snodgrass, 23, b. Marion Co., WV; married Hazel Hayes, 22, 
b. Marion Co., WV (Book 17, page 75).

19 Nov 1916 -- Russell Snodgrass, b. 15 Aug 1888, d. 19 Nov 1916, buried Oaklawn Cemetery.

21 Nov 1916 -- Russell Snodgrass, b. 1888, died 21 Nov 1916 at Fairmont, WV, married. 
<may be same as entry for 4 May 1917>

1917 -- Perry Snodgrass married Mary L. Thomas.

4 May 1917 -- Russell Snodgrass, b. 1887, died 4 May 1917 at Fairmont, WV.
<May be same as entry for 21 Nov 1916>

5 Jul 1917 -- Will Book 7, page 337: Will of W. G. Snodgrass; will dated 5 Jul 1917; 
will proved 27 Oct 1922.

4 Sep 1917 -- Elder Snodgrass d. age 40, res. Cleveland, OH 
(from cemetery register, Woodlawn Cemetery).

18 Apr 1918 -- David L. Snodgrass, b. Nov 1832, died 18 Apr 1918 at Fairmont, WV, married.
[vss - see 18 Apr 1914 ..... verify - I think there is just one David L. here]

21 Sep 1919 -- William Earl Snodgrass, 25, b. & res. Wetzel Co., WV; married Mary A. Michael,
17, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; W. D. Michael father of bride (Book 19, page 75).

23 Nov 1919 -- Mary Snodgrass, 56, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married Wm. B. Byard, 64, 
b. Wetzel Co., WV, res. Marion Co., WV (Book 19, page 162).

8 Dec 1919 -- Ishmael J. Snodgrass, b. 1864, died 8 Dec 1919 at Fairmont, WV, married.
[vss - ? As Jerry Snodgrass 1920 Marion]

25 Mar 1920 -- Ray Audra Snodgrass, 21, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married Rose Leah Jones,
20, b. & res. Marion Co., WV (Book 19, page 356).

29 Apr 1920 -- Charles Edwin Snodgrass, 22, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married
Lucy Marguerits McConnell, 21, b. & res. Marion Co., WV (Book 19, page 405).
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1920 Marion Co WV Census/Soundex

30-15-15-87:
Lottie Snodgrass 59-F-WV
(living alone)

Fairmont, 7th, 30-27-10-34:
James C. Welton
***
Rose Snodgrass 27-F-WV servant

31-26-9-8:
Perry Snodgrass 35-M-WV
Fanny B. Snodgrass 38-F-WV wife
Flossie M. Snodgrass 16-F-WV daughter
Edna M. Snodgrass 12-F-WV daughter

Monongah, Cottage, 31-32-23-5:
Lucy E. Snodgrass 66-F-WV 
[Lucy E. Haskins (or Hawkins) w/o Fielding E. Snodgrass]
Clara P. Cain 30-F-WV daughter
Margreet Cain 14-F-WV granddaughter

Monongah, Walnut, 31-32-26-1:
Francis R. Snodgrass 33-M-WV
Flora M. Snodgrass 25-F-WV wife
Richard C. Snodgrass 8-M-WV son
Edith L. Snodgrass 6-M-WV daughter
Denver M. Snodgrass 4m2m-M-WV son
Herold D. Snodgrass 1y11m-M-WV son

31-33-27-42:
John W. Dudley
***
Jerry Snodgrass 67-M-WV boarder

31-36-3-20:
William Snodgrass 70-M-WV
Samuel G. Snodgrass 40-M-WV son

31-36-7-12:
John H. Snodgrass Sr. 79-M-WV
Pleasant Snodgrass 79-F-WV wife

31-36-7-26:
Elizabeth A. Snodgrass 64-V-WV
Stacy R. Snodgrass 40-M-WV son
James H. Snodgrass 34-M-WV son
John F. Snodgrass 25-M-WV son

31-36-7-60:
Virgil L. Snodgrass 31-M-WV
Bessie Snodgrass 25-F-WV wife
Georgie Snodgrass 5-F-WV daughter
Jahew Snodgrass 3y6m-M-WV son
Eveline Snodgrass 1y2m-F-WV daughter

31-36-8-83:
William E. Snodgrass 26-M-WV
Mary Snodgrass 17-F-WV wife

31-36-12-12:
George B. Snodgrass 55-M-WV
Elizabeth D. Snodgrass 54-V-WV wife
Barsha I. Snodgrass 10-F-WV granddaughter

31-36-12-15:
George H. Snodgrass 26-M-WV
Hazel Snodgrass23-F-WV wife
Jessie E. Snodgrass 2y10m-F-WV daughter
George W. Snodgrass 8m-M-WV son

Mannington, W. Main, 31-37-2-34:
Minnie Snodgrass 59-F-WV
Helen Snodgrass65-F-WV sister
William T. Snodgrass 63-M-WV brother

Mannington, E. Main, 31-37-5-87:
Columbus O. Snodgrass 61-M-WV
Lusetta E. Snodgrass 56-F-OH wife
Myron C. Snodgrass 21-M-WV son
Kennis K. Snodgrass 18-M-WV son

Mannington, Fairview, 31-37-6-95:
John H. Snodgrass 55-M-WV
Harriet Snodgrass 49-F-WV wife
Chloe P. Snodgrass 23-F-WV daughter
Roy A. Snodgrass 20-M-WV son

Mannington, Fairview, 31-37-7-4:
Oscar C. Snodgrass 29-M-WV
Berdie A. Snodgrass 28-F-WV wife
Fredrick S. Snodgrass 8-M-WV son

Mannington, Buffalo, 31-38-3-98:
Sterling B. Metz
***
Marnida? Snodgrass 82-F-WV mother-in-law

Mannington, Jefferson St., 31-38-4-64:
Alice W. Snodgrass 47-F-WV
Edwin Snodgrass22-M-WV son
Mildred Snodgrass 18-F-WV daughter

Mannington, Third, 31-38-7-74:
Joseph S. Snodgrass 54-M-WV 
Rebecca A. Snodgrass 48-F-WV wife
Glenn R. Snodgrass 22-M-WV son
Silas D. Snodgrass 17-M-WV son
Edna P. Snodgrass 14-F-WV daughter
Elma Rosa Gump 19-F-WV niece

Mannington, Buffalo, 31-38-8-47:
Charles W. Snodgrass 35-M-WV
Anna G. Snodgrass 33-F-OH wife
Mary E. Snodgrass 13-F-WV daughter
Caroline L. Snodgrass 9-F-WV daughter
Dwight C. Snodgrass 2-M-WV son
William J. Snodgrass 2m-M-WV son

Mannington, Buffalo St., 31-38-10-17:
Charles L. Snodgrass 40-M-WV [Charles Lee Snodgrass]
Dora E. Snodgrass 32-F-WV wife [Dora E. Shields]
William C. Snodgrass 9-M-WV son
Jack G. Snodgrass 7-M-WV son
Charles Lee Snodgrass Jr. 6-M-WV son
Walter E. Snodgrass 4-M-WV son

Fairview, Washington, 31-40-14-99:
Wilford B. Snodgrass 61-M-WV
Margaret B. Snodgrass 55-F-WV wife

Fairview, Washington, 31-40-16-52:
Vernon C. Snodgrass 44-M-WV
Anna G. Snodgrass 42-F-WV wife
Mary C. Snodgrass 13-F-WV daughter

Fairview, Main, 31-40-18-3:
John A. Snodgrass 60-M-WV
Ruby D. Snodgrass 22-F-WV daughter
John R. Snodgrass 17-M-WV son

Rivesville, High Lawns Addition, 31-151-1-92:
Hugh Snodgrass 37-M-WV
Tilda Snodgrass69-F-WV mother
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25 Aug 1920 -- Mildred Virginia Snodgrass, 18, b. & res. Marion Co.,
WV;
married Harold K. Debendarfer, 19, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; H. K.
Debendarfer
consents (Book 19, page 592).

22 Sep 1922 -- William Garrett Snodgrass, b. 9 Oct 1856, VA, s/o E.
C.
Snodgrass, died 22 Sep 1922 at Mannington, WV, married.

27 Oct 1922 -- Will Book 7, page 337: Will of W. G. Snodgrass.

2 Dec 1922 -- Rosa R. Snodgrass, 29, b. & res. Marion Co., WV;
married
Thos.
R. Linn, 40, b. & res. Marion Co., WV (Book 22, page 30).

1 Dec 1923 -- G. R. Snodgrass, 26, b. & res. Marion Co., WV; married
Jean
Basnett, 24, b. & res. Marion Co., WV (Book 22, page 564).

17 Mar 1924 -- Marinda Snodgrass, b. 20 Oct 1837, WV, d/o John
Shuman,
died 17
Mar 1924 at Rymer, WV, married.

21 Dec 1924 -- Hugh Snodgrass, 42, b. & res. Marion Co., WV;
married
Georgia
Lowe, 40, b. & res. Monongalia Co., WV (Book 23, page 496).

11 Jun 1925 -- Enos Snodgrass, b. 14 Nov 1833, d. 11 Jun 1925,
buried
Snodderly Cemetery.

17 Aug 1926 -- Helen Snodgrass, b. WV, child of E. C. Snodgrass,
died 17
Aug
1926.

25 Aug 1926 -- Will Book 8, page 465: Will of Helen Snodgrass.

17 Mar 1927 -- Elizabeth Olive Snodgrass, b. 18 Jun 1886, WV, d/o
John H.
Board, died 17 Mar 1927, Rymer, WV, married.

9 Jul 1927 -- Madge Marie Snodgrass, 22, b. Jacksonburg, Wetzel Co., WV, res. Marion Co.;
married J. Leroy Roberts, 24, b. Martinvale, Wetzel Co., WV, res. Marion Co. 
(Book 26, page 9).

19 Oct 1927 -- F. D. Snodgrass, b. 14 Dec 1852, WV, child of David L. Snodgrass, 
died 19 Oct 1927, buried St. John Cemetery, Marion Co., WV, married.

29 Oct 1927 -- John R. Snodgrass, 45, b. Marion Co., WV; married Mariah Baker, 37, 
b. Marion Co., WV (Book 26, page 187).

1927 -- Ed Snodgrass, b. 1851, d. 1927, buried St. John's Cemetery.

12 Apr 1928 -- Lucy E. Snodgrass, b. 18 Jun 1855, WV, d/o ___ Hawkins, died 12 Apr 1928,
buried Traction Park Cemetery, married.

16 Jul 1928 -- Barsha Snodgrass, age 23, b. Marion Co., Res. Mannington, R.D.; married 
George Efaw, age 32, b. Marion Co., res. Mannington, R.D.; by J. B. Workman 
(Book 26, page 522).

21 Jul 1928 -- Everett Snodgrass, age 22, b. Mobley, Wetzel Co., WV, res. Mannington, WV;
married Helen Satterfield, age 21, b. Fairmont, Marion Co., WV, res. Mannington, WV 
(Book 26, page 541).

27 Apr 1929 -- Mary Snodgrass, 23, b. Sistersville, Wetzel Co., res. Mannington, WV; married
Harold Toothman, 22, b. Mannington, Marion Co., res. Mannington; b. Glenn D. Watts 
(Book 27, page 252).

22 Jan 1930 -- Will Book 10, page 76: Will of Minnie Snodgrass.

11 Apr 1930 -- John Alvin Snodgrass, b. 11 Aug 1859, WV, s/o Jeremiah Snodgrass, 
died 11 Apr 1930, buried St. John Cemetery, Marion Co., WV, married.

29 Jun 1930 -- Silas Dale Snodgrass, 28, b. & res. Mannington, Marion Co.; married 
Willa Ruth Hawkins, 22, b. Marion Co., res. Rachel, WV; by Chas. A. Swisher 
(Book 28, page 156).

10 Sep 1931 -- Mary Christina Snodgrass, 24, b. Marion Co., WV, res. Fairview, WV; married
Robert S. Atkinson, 25, b. Ritchie Co., WV, res. Thirmiston?, WV; by T. G. Meredith 
(Book 28, page 548).

10 Mar 1932 -- John Haymond Snodgrass, b. 15 May 1840, WV, s/o Gabriel Snodgrass, 
died 10 Mar 1932, buried Snodgrass Cemetery, Marion Co., WV, married.

9 Jul 1932 -- Matilda R. Snodgrass, b. 2 Oct 1851, WV, d/o Samuel Snider, died 9 Jul 1932,
married.

13 Jul 1932 -- Nell Louise Snodgrass, 22, b. Wetzel Co., res. Mannington; married 
W. P. Thorne, 31, b. Marion Co., res. Mannington; by Emmett V. Swan;
information given by Agnes Efaw (Book 29, page 184).

14 Aug 1932 -- Columbus Adelphus Snodgrass, b. 24 Jul 1858, WV, child of
Ezekial Snodgrass, died 14 Aug 1932 in Mannington, WV, married.

12 Sep 1932 -- Will Book 10, page 428: Will of C. A. Snodgrass.

28 Jan 1935 -- Pleasant H. Snodgrass, b. 12 Aug 1840, WV, d/o Julius Kendall,
died 28 Jan 1935, married.

27 Feb 1935 -- Charles L. Snodgrass, b. 12 Oct 1879 in WV, s/o W. G. & Helen Hawkins
Snodgrass, husband of Dora Shields Snodgrass, died 27 Feb. 1935, at Mannington, WV. 

19 Mar 1935 -- Will Book 11, page 259: Will of Charles L. Snodgrass.

28 May 1935 -- Margaret Mary Snodgrass, 21, b. & res. Mannington, WV; married
Samson Wayne Thorn, 27, b. Marion Co., WV, res. Mannington; by F. M. Malcolm
(Book 31, page 285).

25 Nov 1936 -- C. Dwight Snodgrass, 20, b. Marion Co., WV, res. Mannington; married 
Mary Hendershot, 21, b. Tyler Co., WV, res. Mannington; by Harry C. Howard 
(Book 32, page 563).

4 Dec 1936 -- Mary Kathryn Snodgrass, 21, b. Monongalia Co., res. Logansport,
married Wilbert S. Hostutler, 21, b. Monongalia Co., res. Seven Pines; by T. J. Kendall 
(Book 32, page 573).

19 Apr 1937 -- George Frederick Snodgrass, born and died 19 Apr 1937 at Mannington, WV,
child of Kennis K. & Marie Huey Snodgrass.

9 Feb 1938 -- John Henry Snodgrass, b. 5 Jun 1865, WV, s/o Oliver & Marinda Shuman
Snodgrass, husband of Harriet Snodgrass, died 9 Feb 1938 at Mannington, WV.

19 Feb 1939 -- George B. Snodgrass, b. 10 Apr 1863, WV, s/o John D. & Rebecca Mellon
Snodgrass, husband of Elizabeth Olive Board Snodgrass, died 19 Feb 1939 at Rymer, WV.

22 Apr 1939 -- Ulysses Grant Snodgrass, b. 7 May 1865, WV, s/o Jesse F. Snodgrass & 
Sarah Ann Cunningham, died 22 Apr 1939, buried Thorn Cemetery, Marion Co., WV.

5 Sep 1939 -- John William Snodgrass, 19, b. 20 Oct 1919 at Mannington, son of
Charles W. & Anna Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Esther Louise Summers,
17, b. 31 Aug 1922 at Mannington, d/o Oscar & Lenora Summers, res. Mannington; 
married at Farmington, WV, by F. M. Malcolm (Book 35, page 428).

26 Jan 1940 -- William Jehu Snodgrass, 23, b. 3 Jun 1916 at Mannington, s/o Virgil & Bessie
Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Verna Lee Lafferty, 20, b. 1 Oct 1919 at Benwood, 
d/o Dover & Edna Lafferty, res. Mannington; married at Mannington, WV, 
by Harry Culley Rush (Book 36, page 21).

20 Jan 1941 -- Fannie Bell Snodgrass, b. 4 Dec 1881, WV, d/o John H. & Pleasant Kendall
Snodgrass, wife of Parry G. Snodgrass, died 20 Jan 1941, buried Snodgrass Cemetery, 
Marion Co., WV (sic).

15 Jun 1943 -- Glen Stanley Snodgrass, 21, b. 5 Jun 1922 at Washington, PA, s/o William R. &
Clara E. Snodgrass, res. Waynesburg, PA; married Frances Jean Baker, 19, b. 23 Oct 1923 at
Rivesville, WV, dau. of Ray C. & Louella A. Baker, res. Rivesville, WV; married at Fairmont,
Marion Co., by R. Moorman Parker (Book 38, page 463).

11 Jul 1944 -- James Edgar Snodgrass, 21, b. 6 Feb 1923 at Mannington, s/o Hershel & Hazel
Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Betty Jean Clovis, 17, b. 23 Apr 1927 at Mannington, 
d/o Andrew & Clara Clovis, res. Mannington; married at Mannington by S. B. Cunningham
(Book 39, page 491).

13 Oct 1945 -- Ray Snodgrass, 28, b. 23 Jul 1917 in Oklahoma, s/o Robert L. & Nell Snodgrass,
res. Smithfield, WV; married Margaret Wilson, 21, b. 20 Mar 1924 at Mannington, d/o Paul &
Alice Wilson, res. Centerville, WV; married at Mannington by Moss Bias (Book 41, page 72).

8 Dec 1945 -- Normagee Idres Snodgrass, 19, b. 25 Jan 1926 at
Mannington,
d/o
Virgil Lee and Bessie Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married John H.
Cooper,
23,
b. 1 Nov 1922 at Mannington, s/o R. C. & Mollie Cooper, res.
Mannington;
married at Fairmont, WV, by John W. Hollister (Book 41, page 165).

14 May 1946 -- Aretta Maxine Snodgrass, 18, b. 10 Jul 1927 at Wetzel
Co.,
WV,
d/o Earl & Mary Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Edwin Keith
Floyd, 23,
b.
17 Apr 1923 in Michigan, s/o James & Ocie Floyd, res. Mannington;
married
at
Fairmont, WV, by C. G. Stater (Book 42, page 110).

21 Nov 1946 -- Georgia Snodgrass, 32, b. 27 Apr 1914 at Mannington,
WV,
dau.
of Vergil & Bessie Snodgrass, res. Mannington, WV; married William
L.
Felty/Fetly, 38, b. 20 Mar 1908 at Fairmont, WV, s/o Oliver & Dessie
Felty/Fetly, res. Jordan, WV; married at Fairmont by I. S. Middough
(Book
43,
page 125).

14 Dec 1946 -- Agnes Eileen Snodgrass, 19, b. 19 Sep 1927 at Rymer,
WV,
dau.
of William Earl and Mary A. Snodgrass, res. Rymer; married Hoy C.
Dalton,
26,
b. 23 Nov 1920 at Moatsville, WV, s/o Gordon & Hazel Dalton, res.
Four
States;
married at Farmington, WV, by Luther L. Caster (Book 43, page 171).

28 Apr 1947 -- Jack L. Snodgrass, 22, b. 15 Apr 1925 at Mannington,
s/o
Charles & Anna Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Mary Jo Hennen,
b. 20
Jul
1929 at Mannington, d/o Clarence (dec.) & Nina Hennen, res.
Mannington;
married at Mannington, WV, by L. R. Mahoney (Book 43, page 443).

17 Jan 1948 -- Ethel Louise Snodgrass, 16, ;b. 4 Nov 1931 at
Mannington,
dau.
of William & Mary A. Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Donald
Perry
Thorn,
21, b. 18 Mar 1926 at Mannington, s/o Edward & Dorothy Thorn, res.
Mannington; married at Logansport by E. B. Ware (Book 44, page
499).

3 Apr 1948 -- Elverta Mae Snodgrass, 17, b. 30 Aug 1930 at
Mannington,
dau. of
V. L. & Bessie Alice Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Warren
Duay
Wetzel,
26, b. 14 Aug 1921 at Mannington, s/o D. E. & Effie Pearl Wetzel, res.
Mannington; married at Mannington by L. R. Mahoney (Book 45, page
150).

13 Jun 1948 -- Kathleen Elizabeth Snodgrass, 20, b. 22 Aug 1927 at
Clarksburg,
WV, d/o Leo and Cecelia (dec.) Snodgrass, res. Fairmont; married
Jospeh
Anthony Tutalo, 22, b. 5 Apr 1926 at Fairmont, WV, son of Joe and
Angelina
Tutalo, res. Fairmont; married at Fairmont by Rev. Edward Heald
(Book 45,
page
166).

29 Nov 1950 -- Will Book 20, page 484: Will of M. A. Snodgrass.

2 Jan 1951 -- Eleanor Lucille Snodgrass, 17, b. 6 Dec 1933 at
Mannington,
d/o
Earl & Mary A. Snodgrass, res. Mannington; married Cecil Wayne
Williams,
18,
b. 25 Aug 1932 at Mannington, s/o George H. & Loretta Williams, res.
Weirton,
WV; married at Mannington, WV, by Orin D. Curtis (Book 48, page
376).

23 May 1953 -- William Joseph Snodgrass, b. 19 Feb 1931 in Elm
Grove,
WV, son
of William & Lenore Snodgrass; married Louella/Louetta Jean Wetzel,
b. 7
May
1937 in Mannington, WV, d/o Newton & Phyllis Wetzel (father
deceased)
(Book
50, page 501).

2 Aug 1953 -- Edwin Brent Snodgrass, b. 16 Dec 1928 in Mannington,
WV,
s/o C.
E. & Lucy Snodgrass; married Betty Jean Olson, b. 13 Sep 1930
Hayward,
WI, d/o
Norman C. & Violet A. Olson (Book 51, page 116).

21 Aug 1954 -- John William Snodgrass, b. 16 Apr 1927 in Clarksburg,
WV,
son
of John Ross Snodgrass & Dorothy G. Snodgrass; married Mary J.
LaRue, b.
4 Jul
1933 in Fairmont, WV, d/o <we missed getting this> (Book 52, page
33).

31 Aug 1955 -- Will Book 25, page 493: Will of Wm. C. Snodgrass.

23 Feb 1956 -- Joillette Vaughn Snodgrass, b. 9 May 1937 in
Mannington,
WV,
d/o William & Mary Snodgrass; married Jack Lee Cross, b. 27 Mar
1930 in
Wetzel
Co., WV, s/o Earl C. & Orpha Leona Cross (Book 53, page 180).

30 Mar 1957 -- Charleen Snodgrass, b. 6 Sep 1939, d/o William C.
(deceased)
&
Kathleen Snodgrass; married Gerald G. Ingram, b. 29 May 1935 in
Alabama,
s/o
David & Mary E. Ingram (Book 54, page 163).

25 May 1957 -- Flora M. Snodgrass, widow, b. 8 Aug 1894 in
Howesville,
WV,
d/o John & Mary Miller (deceased); married Wm. E. Hopper, widower,
b. 5
Oct
1874 in Newton Twp., OH, s/o William J. & Margret Hopper
(deceased)
(Book 54,
page 225).

14 May 1958 -- Will Book 29, page 323: Will of Oscar C. Snodgrass.

14 Mar 1959 -- James W. Snodgrass, b. 27 May 1940 in Mannington,
WV,
s/o John
& Ester Louisa Snodgrass; married Priscilla L. Wilson, b. 9 Feb 1941 in
Wheeling, WV, d/o Harold E. & Anna Priscilla Wilson (Book 55, page
491).
15 Apr 1961 -- Janet Lee Snodgrass, b. 21 Aug 1941 in Fairmont, WV,
d/o
William J. & Verna Lee Snodgrass; married Milton E. May, b. 11 Feb
1940 in
Pittsburg, PA, s/o Francis P. May & Helen E. May (Book 57, page
324).

17 Jan 1962 -- Will Book 35, page 205: Will of Perry G. Snodgrass.

17 Feb 1962 -- Jack Lee Snodgrass, divorced, b. 15 Apr 1925 in
Mannington,
WV,
s/o Charles W. & Anna C. Snodgrass; married Ethel Irene Park, b. 28
Aug
1941
in Mannington, WV, d/o George & Irene M. Park (Book 58, page
172).

1 Jun 1963 -- Mary Jo Snodgrass, widow, b. 20 Jul 1929 in
Mannington,
WV, d/o
Clarence K. & Nine L. Hennen (father deceased); married Geo. Thomas
Peach, b.
1 Jan 1932 in Kingwood, WV, s/o Joseph C. & Vira R. Peach (father
deceased)
(Book 59, page 133).

31 Jul 1968 -- Will Book 48, page 894: Will of Georgia L. Snodgrass.

5 May 1969 -- Will Book 50, page 5: Will of Silas D. Snodgrass.

(no date) -- Lonearg Snodgrass, b. Marion Co., died Amos, WV.
 
 
 
 

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Brinkley M. Snodgrass widow's application #384,464.

Widow's Declaration for Pension.
State of West Virginia, County of Marion.
On this 23 Nov 1888...Elizabeth Snodgrass, aged 66 years...that she
is
the widow of Brinkley M. Snodgrass, who enlisted under the name of
B. M.
Snodgrass at Fairmont, W.Va., 6 Aug 1861, in Company A, 6th Reg. of
W.
Va.
Inf. Vols. in the war of 1861, who while in the service aforesaid and in
the
line of his duty, contracted disease and disability which caused his death
in
Marion County, in the State of West Virginia, at a date unknown to this
declarant, who bore at the time of his discharge from service the rank of
private; that she was married under the name of Elizabeth Newman to
said
Brinkley M. Snodgrass on the 28th day of January 1864 by Rev. J.
Wesley
Webb
at Fairmont, W.Va...had not been previously married; that her said
husband
had
been previously married but his first wife died prior to claimants
marriage...
that her deceased husband left neither child nor children by claimant or
his
former wife under 16 years of age at his death...
Elizabeth (her mark) Snodgrass
--------------------
Marion Co., WV.
I, Thomas B. Carpenter, Clerk of the County Court...do certify that
the
Marriage Register of said county of Marion in my office, shows that
Brinkley
M. Snodgrass, age 50 years and Elizabeth Newman, aged 43 years,
were
married
in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia, on the 28th day of January,
1864,
by the Rev. J. Wesley Webb...
--------------------
General Affidavit.
...that the said Brinkley M. Snodgrass...was a private in Captain
John
Fisher's Company A of the 6th Reg. of WV Inf. Vols...that the said
Brinkley
M.
Snodgrass died in Marion Co., WV, in the year 1885...
--------------------
William Gray, Attorney for Pensioners and Claimants.
Palatine, Marion Co., WV, 17 Jan 1890.
The Commissioners of Pensions.
Honorable Sir:
Refering to claim for pension No. 384,464 of Elizabeth Snodgrass,
as
widow of Brinkley M. Snodgrass...I have to report that the claimant
died at
her home in Fairmont, Marion Co., WV, on Monday, January 13th
1890. 
Claimant
left surviving her neither child nor children of any age. There are no
children by any former wife of the soldier, nor dependant relatives
living.
Respectfully submitted, William Gray.

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Enos Snodgrass application #285,271; certificate #594,293

Declaration for Original Invalid Pension
Marion Co., WV
On this 31 Mar 1879 personally appeared...Enos Snodgrass, a
resident of
Marion Co., WV...April 1865 at Grafton, WV, took the measles and
was
placed on
duty before I had fully recovered caught cold and they settled in the
small of
my back causing a weakness which has permanently disabled me and
for
which I
claim a pension...
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Declaration for Original Invalid Pension
Marion Co., WV
On this 9 Aug 1890 personally appeared...Enos Snodgrass...that he
is now
suffering from broken left arm and dislocation of right knee
Rheumatism and
lumbago in back caused by cold and measles while in the service...
-------------------------
Claimant's Affidavit
Marion Co., WV
On this 25 Mar 1891, personally appeared...Enos Snodgrass, aged
57
years...that the dislocation of right knee for which he claims pension...
occurred when he...was running, as a deck-hand on a steamboat on the
Ohio
River between Parkersburg, W. Va. and Galliopolis, Ohio, and was the
result
of
injury by being caught by a salt-kettle which slipped against him on the
boat
and dislocated his knee joint. That he cannot furnish any evidence to
show
when, where and under what circumstances he was so injured for the
reason
that
he has no knowledge of the present whereabouts of any person who
was
present
or who has any personal knowledge of said accident. That the injury to
left
arm by having the bones broken near the elbow, was caused by
accidently
falling through Pine Grove Bridge in Marion Co., WV, about the year
1885 or
1886, while engaged with other workmen in repairing said bridge. That
at the
same time and under the circumstance of the said injury to left arm he
was
also disabled by having several ribs broken upon his right side...
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Deposition 
On this 16 Sep 1896 at Fairmont, WV...personally appeared Enos
Snodgrass...I am 63 years of age. Occupation farmer. Residence
Fairmont
District Marion Co., WV. Post Office address Barracksville, Marion
Co.,
WV.
I enlisted as a private in Co. I, 6th WV Vol. Inf. February, about
18th,
1865, and was discharged June 1865. No prior or subsequent service in
Army,
Navy, or Marine Corps of this or any foreign country.
I am now a pensioner under the Act of June 27, 1890, at $12 per
month,
payable at Washington D.C. Agency.
Five years before enlistment I lived in Marion Co., Mannington
Dist., WV.
I farmed for myself. I did not hire help, but performed my own work. 
Two of
my close neighbors were John D. Snodgrass (P.O. New Martinsville,
Wetzel
Co.,
WV) and Samuel Snider (P.O. Uniontown, Wetzel Co., WV). I never
had any
medical treatment at any time before enlistment. I never suffered from
any
diseases before service. I had my right knee dislocated before service
when
running on steamboat on the Ohio river. I ran up against a salt kettle,
this
was about 1860. My knee has bothered me ever since. My knee before
service
would ache and swell up and be partially stiff, however, when the
swelling
would go down it did not bother me so bad.
I was medically examined at date of enlistment, stripped off naked. 
The
Board was made up of Army surgeons at Wheeling, WV. I cannot
name
members of
Board. The doctors did not say one word about my right knee. At that
time
it
did not hurt me much.
The Board pronounced me physically sound and I was mustered into
service.
Outside of my knee I was physically sound at date of enlistment.
I had no regular bunkmates. Five or six of us messed together. 
John D.
Snodgrass, Sam Snider, and Silas Gump (P. O. Logansport, Marion
Co.,
WV).
Cannot recall any other comrades.
I claim pension under the general law on account of results of the
measles which I contracted. I expect at Grafton, Taylor Co., WV, and
it is
possible that I contracted measles at New Creek, WV. Anyway, I was
sick
with
measles at New Creek, WV (now called Keyser City, WV) I had
measles in
March
1865. We (our Company) went from Grafton to New Creek, WV, in
March
1865
and
before we left Grafton, WV, a good many men were down with
measles.
Q.: What physical ailments do you claim as the results of the
measles
contracted in service. A.: Lumbago in my back. I have a weakness in
my
back, across the small of my back, which appeared right away after I
got up
from having the measles. Kidney trouble same on right away, causing
an
excessive flow of urine, the doctors called it "polyuria". I was put on
duty
about as soon as I could walk after getting up from the measles. Stood
guard
at a post called "Bull Neck" at or near New Creek, WV, during the
night
twice,
in March some time 1865, and that was the occasion when I caught
cold
which
brought on the disabilities named. The orderly sergeant who put me on
guard
was called John W. Beverlin (P.O. West Union, Doddridge Co., WV)
John
Donohow
(P.O. Grafton, Taylor Co., WV) was captain and Jesse F. Snodgrass
(P.O.
Three
Forks, Doddridge Co., WV) Second Lieut. Wm. A Higgins (P.O.
addressed
used to
be Wheeling, WV) was our First Lieut. I was not treated by surgeon
for
measles and results in the service, nor was in hospital. I was treated in
service by my brother, Corporal John D. Snodgrass, who was a
practicing
physician by profession at that time. He now lives at New Martinsville,
Wetzel Co., WV. I was treated right in camp at New Creek, WV. I
was
confined
to my tent a couple of weeks before I got up from measles. I had pains
across
small of back and kiidney trouble during balance of my service until
muster
out of service.
Immediately after discharge I returned to Mannington District on my
farm,
Marion Co., WV, where I lived ten or twelve years and during that time
I had
treatment for lumbago in back and kidney trouble by Dr. Jesse Flowers
(dead).
Was also treated for same disabilities by Dr. R. E. Ice (P.O.
Logansport,
Marion Co., WV). I was next treated for two or three years by Dr.
Blair
(dead) yes: up to 1885. I moved to Fairmont District, Marion Co.,
WV,
about
1875 or possibly a little later and worked for Fielding R. Ice, P.O.
Farmington, Marion Co., WV. I did carpentry work for him. I have
lived in
Fairmont Dist., Marion Co., WV, ever since about 1875 and have
worked
mostly
for myself. I have treated myself since 1885 with a liniment.
I have suffered from lumbago in my back, weakness across the small
of my
back, and kidney trouble, all the result of measles and catching cold in
service in each year since discharge to the present time.
I should judge that I have been disabled for manual labor at least
three
quarters, on account of my disabilities, in each year since discharge to
the
present time. I am no account for work now at all.
Q.: By whom can you prove that you contracted your alleged
disabilities
in the service in line of duty?
A.: Captain John Donahue (P.O. Grafton, Taylor Co., WV).
Enos Snodgrass, Deponent
Sworn to...this 16 Sep 1896...
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Questionaire, 4 Jun 1898
Married, wife's name Malissa A. Snodgrass, before marriage
(illegible)...
m. 10 Oct 1887 in Marion Co., WV, by Rev. W. H. Wiley; record of
marriage
in
Family Bible; former wife was Mary Millan died 24 Jul 1885; children
living
Alpheus S. born May 31 1857 Charlotta A. Nov 21 1860 William J. Jan
11
1862
James F. May 24 1866 Albert F April 23 1868 Francis H. May 1 1874...
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Declaration for Pension
Marion Co., WV
On this 17 Nov 1908 personally appeared...Enos Snodgrass...he is
75 years
of age and a resident of R.F.D. No. 5, Fairmont, Marion Co., WV; and
that
he...enrolled at Wheeling, WV...on 18 Feb 1865...in Co. I, 6th Regt.
WV. Inf.
as a private...and was honorably discharged at Wheeling, WV, on 10
Jun
1865...that his personal description at enlistment was as follows: 
height, 5
feet 7 1/2 inches; complexion fair; eyes blue; hair light; that his
occupation
was farmer; that he was born 14 Nov 1833 in Marion Co., WV...
witnesses: P. B. Snodgrass & John C. Nichols (who have each known
Enos
Snodgrass 8 years)
-------------------------
Questionaire, 20 Apr 1915
Born 14 Nov 1833 Va. now W. Va...Post Office at enlistment,
Beatyes?
Mills, Marion Co., WV; wife's maiden name Mary Millan; m. Marion
Co.,
WV,
by David Cunningham; I was married to Mary Millan 4 Sep 1856. She
died
24 Jul
1885 and I maried the widow Malissa Snoderly 19 Oct 1887. She died
11 Jan
1912. Her first husband was Joseph Snoderly, not in the war...she is
dead, we
had no children. By my first wife we had 6 children as follows Alpheus
born
31 May 1857, Lottie born 21 Nov 1859, William Born Jan 11 1862,
James
Fieldon
born 24 May 1866, Albert born April 23 1868, Francis born May 1st
1874 this
is
all and done the best I can
-------------------------
In accordance with instructions...I have the honor to transmit herewith
Pension Certificate No. 594,293 of Enos Snodgrass deceased, late of I
Co.,
6th
Reg't, W.Va. Inf., who died at Central Branch Hospital on 11 Jun 1925. 
Cause
of death, chronic myocarditis, arteriosclerosis, general advanced. 
Social
condition, widower. Next of kin son, J. F. Snodgrass, 624 W. High St.,
Lima, OH.
 
 
 
 

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Eugenus Snodgrass 
minor's application #112,378; certificate #97,904

Adjutant General's Office
Washington, D.C.
21 Oct 1865

...It appears from the Rolls on file in this office that Eugenus
Snodgrass was enrolled on 13 Aug 1862, at Fairmont in Co. F, 12th
Regiment
of
W. Va. Volunteers, to serve 3 years, or during the war, and mustered
into
service as a private on 27 Aug 1862, at Wheeling, Va...he is reported
"Killed
in action at Fort Gregg, Va., 2 Apr 1865." The Christian name is
variously
spelled Eugenous & Eugenus on the rolls.
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Claim of Guardian of Orphan Children for Pension.
Marion Co., WV
On this 5 Oct 1865 before me...personally appeared Uz H. Knight, a
resident of Pawpaw Twp., Marion Co., WV, aged 39 years...as
guardian of
the
minor child of Eugeneus Snodgrass, deceased...That he is the guardian
of
Clinton B. Snodgrass born 14 Nov 1853, whose father was a private in
Co. F,
commanded by Captain Amos N. Prichard, in the 12th Regt. of WV
Vols. in
the
war of 1861, and that the said Eugenus Snodgrass died at the Battle of
Ft.
Gregg on or about 1 Apr 1865, by reason of wounds received in Battle. 
That
the mother of the aforesaid child, Ann J. Snodgrass, died 27 May
1862...he
further declares that the parents of his said ward were married at the
residence of Seth Knight, on 1 Oct 1846, by William Hawkins a Justice
of the
Peace...
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Marriage Record:
Marion Co., WV
Marriage celebrated by William Hawkins...Eugenis Snodgrass &
Jane
Knight
1 Oct 1846...
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Claim for Minors Pension
...admitted 19 Jul 1867, to a pension of $8 per month, commencing 2
Apr
1865,
ending 13 Nov 1869, and payable to Uz H. Knight, Rivesville, WV,
Guardian...
 
 
 
 

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Nelson Snodgrass application #518,988

Declaration for Original Invalid Pension
Bourbon Co., KS
23 Jul 1884...Nelson Snodgrass, aged 63 years...who was enrolled
on 3
Sep
1862 in companyD of the 3rd regt. of WV Cav. commanded by Capt.
Geo. W.
McVicker, and was honorably discharged at Alexandria, VA, on 6 Jun
1865;
that
his personal description [at time of enlistment] is as follows: age, 42
years; height, 5 feet 9-1/2 inches; complextion light; hair, dark; eyes,
gray.
That while a member of the organization aforesaid, in the service and in
the
line of his duty at Strausburg Road or Fishers Hill in the State of
Virginia
on or about the 22 Apr 186x, he was injurred in the right shoulder by a
rifle
ball fired by the enemy entering his navy revolver while waiting orders
to
fire; and while in the line of duty in the service as aforresaid on or about
the month of June 1864 at the Battle of Winhester (Starr Fort) his
hearing
became affected and from which he has never recovered from either
injury and
his disabilities increased with age.
...That he never received any medical treatment for either of said
injuries...
That since leaving the service this applicant has resided in Marion
Co.,
WV, and in Bourbon Co., KS, and his occupation has been that of a
farmer... that prior to his entry into the service he was a man of good,
sound, physical health, being when enrolled a carpenter...
That his residence is Barnsville P.O., Bourbon Co., KS
-------------------------
Declaration for Invalid Pension
Bourbon Co., KA, 25 Oct 1891
...personally appeared... Nelson Snodgrass, aged 70 years, a resident
of
near Barnsville, Bourbon Co., KS... enrolled 3 Sep 1862 in Co. "D"
Third
Regt.
West VA Cavy... was honorably discharged at Alexandria, VA, on 6
Jun
1865.
That he is unable to earn a support by reason of deafness and injury to
right
shoulder... that he has applied for pension under application No.
518,988.
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Questionaire, 4 May 1898
Widower, wife's maiden name Thurza Morgan, niece of Gen'l
Morgan.
Married 25 Mar 1843, marion Co., WV, by Rev. Wm. Hawkins.
Marriage certificate & county records
Not previously married.
No childrren, never had any. My wife died 28 Mar 1895.
-------------------------
Deposition: Case of Nelson Snodgrass
14 Jul 1890, at Barnesville, Bourbon Co., KS...Nelson Snodgrass...
My name is Nelson Snodgrass. Age 69 years. Occupation farmer. 
P.O.
Barnesville, Bourbon Co., KS.
I volunteerred in Aug 1862 in Marion Co., WV, and was mustered
in at
Wheeling, WV in Co D. 3 WV Cav and was mustered out about 6 Jun
1865 at
Wheeling, WV, from Co. D 3 WV Cav. In the spring of 1863 I think
April at
Fisher's Hill, VA, we were in battle and I received a musket ball in the
muzzle of my navy revolver which threw my right arm back and injured
my
right
shouldeer to such an extent that I was not required to use or carry any
saber
afterwards. This musket ball was fired by the enemy we were going up
the
hill sight deep as there was a par-pet wall on the right of us as we went
up
and just as we got to the summit of the hill our first two platoons had
just
fired and the order was to return fire? and draw sabres and charge and
it was
just at this juncture that I received the ball in my navy hurting my right
shoulder it did not wound my shoulder or clean out of joint but I was
unable
to swing my arm back and had to catch hold of my wrist and ____ my
arm and
shoulder and give it a twist before I could get it back and it was from
this
cause that I was excused from carrying a sabre. I was not in hospital
for
this injury and never received any treatment for it at all during my
service.
I was favored by my officeers as much as possible I was commissary
sergeant
and never went on detail unless the whole company did. Since the am
on the
10
Aug 1876 I fell from a horse and dislocated my right hip and parted the
center
ligament at the socket joint and at the same time I campleted a
dislocation of
my right shoulder. I was treated for my shoulder and hip by Dr. Wm.
Baird of
Barnesville, KS. I was treated by Dr. Baird on account of said injuries
about
one year. I have not been treated by him since for the injuries to right
hip
and right shoulder. He set my shoulder twice during the time he was
treating
me for the injuries but my shoulder is still out of joint. I never had any
treatment for the injury to my right shoulder from the date of my
discharge up
to the time I received the fall in aug 1876 and I have received no
treatment
since I was treated by Dr. Baird for the injuries to my right hip and
shoulder
which were received 10 Aug 1876. From the time I came out of the
service
up
to the time I received the fall in Aug 1876 I was disabled about one half
on
account of the injury to my right shoulder which was received as above
stated.
...I claim pension on account of deafness of both ears which was
contracted during the summer of 1865 at "Starr Fort" Winchester VA
by
concussion of the two siege piees which were fired over us we being
down in
the fort lying down I have never been treated for deafness during
service or
since discharge. I have been deaf ever since discharge and it has ___
very
much against me in business I was elected assessor in 1868 in Marion
Co.,
WV
and by being deaf it ____ very much against me....
Q: Wherre did you live prior to your enlistment?
A: I lived in Reevesville, Marion Co., WV. I was born and lived
there
until I enlisted. I lived at Reevesville, Marion Co., WV, from date of
discharge to 1872 and since 1872 I have lived in Bourbon Co., KS.
16 Jul 1890
In addition to my statement made in my case yesterday relative to
disabilities received in the service I had a malignant cancer on my right
cheek about May or June 1863 at Hagerstown, MD. I don't know what
caused it.
I showed it to our Hospl Steward Chas. C. McClane now in
Steubenville,
Ohio,
and he said he did not know what it was and it would develoop itself. 
The
second time I showed it to him it had bulged up the skin and he still
remarked
that he did not know what it was and I remarked to him that I feared it
was a
cancer. The next time I showed it to Morton Assist Regt. Surg. 3 W.
VA.
Cav.
now dead, and he examined it and it had then got to be as large as an
old
fashioned five cent piece, and said he did not know what it was but
would
send
me down to Brigade Hospl Headqrs and have it examined. He wrote a
note
to
Brig. Hdgrs and I went down to Charleston W.VA and it was examined
and
the
doctors pronounced it a malignant cancer. I don't remember the names
of any
of the doctors. He the surgeon wrote back to Morton stating what it
was and
told him to excise it. When I returned to Morton's Hdqrs he was not in.
Hospl Stewd McClane broke the note open and read it and exclaimed if
you
ever
let Morton excise it, it will kill you. He said the scientific world of
doctors have never cured a cancer of malignent growth by excising it. I
told
McClane that there was a doctor in Marion Co., WV, near my original
home
who
cured cancer and I would get a furlough and go home and he remarked
that
was
all right and that would do. I got a furlough and went home in the
winter of
1863 for fifteen days I went and seen the doctor Geo. W. Swisher and
he
commenced to treat me right off when the fifteen days had expired the
cancer
had not come out. I got my likeness taken and reported it back to my
company
and the doctor would not give his consent to my returning to my
company for
six weeks and when I did return to my company, I think it was Feby or
March
1864 my right cheek was all raw. I think I went on furlough about
holiday
time 1863. The only treatment I received for the cancer was that given
by Dr.
Swisher. His P.O. address is Hoodsville, Marion Co., WV.
I have never been treated for the cancer of my right cheek since
discharge because it was cured but there is a large scar which is
adherent to
the cheek bone and my cheek is sunken and the right side of my face is
disfigured on account of the cancer being removed.
I did not know it was a cancer but i just suspicioned it was.
No, I have never had one before or since that time.
Q: Did any of your family ever have a cancer?
A: Yes, a brother of mine had one and died in Macon, Macon Co.,
MO,
about 1871<?> 
 
 
 

====================================================================
=
=========
Ulysses Grant Snodgrass application #1,554,989; certificate
#A-12-31-27
C-2,310,188

Affidavit
On this 14 Sep 1927 at Marion County Home, Marion Co.,
WV...personally
appeared Ulysses G. Snodgrass...
My age is 62 years May 7th last. Occupation, none, formerly a barber
and
now
an inmate of the Marion Co. Home; address: County Home, RFD,
Fairmont,
W.Va.
I was born on Beverland Fork of McElroy in Doddridge Co., W.Va.
near
Center Point. My father was Jessie S. Snodgrass and my mother's name
was
Sarah Ann born Cunningham. I am one of thirteen children of whom I
think
there are nine living, I can name them but not locate them all, towit: 
David
S. employed on the Shipping Floor of the Old Pride Foundry on Euclid
St.,
Cleveland, Ohio. Albert A. T. works in the Mahoning Co. Morgue and
lives
in
Cleveland, Ohio. Jessie M. of Rockford, Wright Co., Minn. Joseph S.
a
gauger
at Mannington, W. Va. Eugenus Wesley blacksmithing for the Hope
Natural
Gas
Co. at West Union, Doddridge Co., W. Va. William R. location
unknown. 
Fannie
wife of Leb Ice, saw Mill man, Glovers Gap, W. Va. Rosie May wife
of
James
Price, works in a furniture shop, at Youngstown, Ohio.
I have never been married. I never lived with any woman in the
relation
of a husband.
I served in Co. H, 1st W.Va. Vol. Inf., enlisted and mustered in at
Charleston, WV think on the 3rd day but forget the month, in 1898 and
served
with that Company until mustered out at Columbus, Ga., a period of 9
months
and 8 days. That was my only U. S. service...
-------------------------
Letter, 25 May 1939
...under date of April 22, 1939, Ulysses Grant Snodgrass departed
this
life, having served in the war with Spain...funeral of Ulysses Grant
Snodgrass
on the 24th day of April, 1939, at two o'clock in the afternoon...
Ulysses Grant Snodgrass enrolled May 3, 1898, at Mannington,
West
Virginia, to serve two years; was mustered into service may 12, 1898,
at
Charleston, West Virginia, as a private of Company H, First Regiment
West
Virginia Infantry, War with Spain and was honorably discharged with
his
company as a private February 4, 1899, at Columbus, Georgia...
-------------------------
Death Certificate
Mannington, Marion Co., WV
Ulysses Grant Snodgrass; male; white; single; b. 7 May 1865; age
73y 11m
15d; profession, barber; b. W.Va.; father, Jessie F. Snodgrass, b. VA;
mother
Sarah Ann Cunningham, b. VA; informant, Jos. S. Snodgrass,
Mannington,
WV;
burial, Thorn? Cemetery, 24 Apr 1939; date of death, 22 Apr 1939;
cause of death, cerebral hemorhage. 

=========
 

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MARSHALL COUNTY
(formed 1835 from Ohio County)

SOURCES

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Records of Bluefield (Mercer Co.), Sattes (Kanawha Co.),
Cameron, & McMechen (Marshall Co.) (Gen. Soc. of UT) NS

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

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Every Name Index to History of Marshall County, WV, from Forest
to Field (Powell--date?) yes
A History of Limestone Community, Marshall Co., WV (Allman)
unindexed, didn't do

LAND RECORDS
Film #851,539 = Deed index, grantors, 1835-1971 - yes 
<did only to 1900>
Film #853,826 = Deeds, vol. 18-19, 1868-1871 - yes
Film #853,826 = Deeds, vol. 26-27, 1882-1884 - yes
Film #853,826 = Deeds, vol. 28-29, 1884-1887 - yes
Film #853,840 = Deeds, vol. 44-45, 1894-1895 - yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Index to Marshall Co., WV, Wills Prior to 1900 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marshall Co. WV Marriages 1835-1889 (Cochran, Metz, & Camp) yes
Film #853,799 = Death index, ???-??? - yes
Film #853,800 = Deaths, vol. 1 - yes 

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

1850 Marshall Co Census

#1480/1486:
Washington Snodgrass 35-M-VA farmer, $350 
[s/o Thomas H. & Ann Higgenbotham]
Margarett Snodgrass 30-F-VA
Sarah A. Snodgrass 8-F-VA <m. 1860 Wetzel Co., VA>
Emeline Snodgrass 6-F-VA
Martha J. Snodgrass 4-F-VA
John D. Snodgrass 2m-M-VA
<1860 Wetzel Co., VA>
------------------------------

5 May 1869 -- Deed Book 18, page 232: Van H. Buckey & Celia his
wife, Alexander H. Bukey and Jennie his wife, John S. Bukey and 
Roberta his wife, Joseph T. Bukey by Kennard Snodgrass, his 
attorney in fact, and Kennard Snodgrass and Sallie B. his wife,
heirs of Spencer T. Bukey to William V. Hoge of the City of 
Wheeling, WV...being a lot which descended to said Van H. Bukey,
Alexander H. Bukey, John S. Bukey, Joseph T. Bukey, and Sallie B.
Snodgrass wife of Kennard Snodgrass as children and sole heirs at
law of Spencer S. Bukey deceased...
Signatures acknowledged in Washington Co., OH:
Van H. Bukey & Celia his wife
Alexander H. Bukey & Jennie his wife
John S. Bukey & Roberta his wife
Joseph T. Bukey
Kennard Snodgrass and Sallie B. his wife
Recorded 16 Jun 1869.
---------------------------------

1870 Marshall Co Census

Union Twp., page 236, #338/337:
Susan Snodgrass 45-F-WV
Nannie Snodgrass 27-F-WV mantua maker [Nancy J., m. McMillan]
William Snodgrass 20-M-WV cooper
Edwin Snodgrass 17-M-WV nail feeder [1900 Ramsey Co MN]
Todd Snodgrass 15-M-WV nail feeder [Archibald Todd Snodgrass]
Mary Snodgrass 13-F-WV 
Birtie Snodgrass 8-M-WV [Albert]

Town of Moundsville, page 306, #282/272:
Penitentiary, convicts
***
Alpheus Snodgrass 21-M- 
[vss - probably same guy as 1870 Marion Co - in prison;
Alpheus R. s/o Isaac Y. Snodgrass & m1. Matilda Stoneking]
-----------------------------------

24 Dec 1873 -- Nancy J. Snodgrass, age 26 m. Oscar McMillan, age 24.
------------------------------------

1880 Marshall Co Census

Union District #2, #152:
Susan Snodgrass 55-F-WV/SCT/WV kps. house
Edwin Snodgrass 26-M-WV/PA/WV son, nail feeder
Archibald Snodgrass 24-M-WV/PA/WV son, nail feeder
[Archibald Todd d. 1883]
Mary Snodgrass 22-F-WV/PA/WV daughter [m. W. T. Reilly / Riley]
Albert Snodgrass 17-M-WV/PA/WV son, nail feeder
----------------------------------

25 Aug 1880 -- A. May Snodgrass, age 22, m. W. T. Reilly, age 23.

26 Apr 1883 -- A. T. Snotgrass [Archibald Todd Snodgrass] died at
Benwood of cong. lungs, age 28, nailer, s/o Wm. & Susan Snotgrass
(Book 1, page 59). [s/o William Snodgrass & Susan McCammon]

5 Jun 1883 -- Deed Book 27, page 305: Susanna Snodgrass, Albert
Snodgrass, Edwin Snodgrass and Tossa his wife, Wyley Riley and
May his wife, William J. Snodgrass and Anna his wife and 
Oscar McMillan and Nancy Janes his wife, Heirs at law of A. F. 
Snodgrass [Archibald Todd Snodgrass] dec'd ... the same lot was 
conveyed to A. T. Snodgrass deceased by August Schade and wife by
deed dated 26 Apr 1882 (Deed Book 26, Folia 141).
Signatures acknowledged in Ramsey Co., MN:
Edwin Snodgrass & Tossa Snodgrass his wife
Wyley Reilly & May Reilly his wife.
Signatures acknowledged in Marshall Co., WV:
Susanna Snodgrass
Albert Snodgrass
Wm. J. Snodgrass & Anna his wife [Anna Bradford; see Bellaire OH]
Oscar McMillan & Nancy Jane McMillan his wife
Recorded 5 Jun 1883.

7 Aug 1884 -- Deed Book 28, page 285: Oscar McMillan and Nan McMillan
his wife, William Snodgrass and Ann Snodgrass his wife, Edwin Snodgrass
and Tossy Snodgrass his wife, Wylie Riley and May Riley his wife and 
Albert Snodgrass, Heirs at law of A. T. Snodgrass to Susan Snodgrass
...in consideration of the love and affection whey they have and bear
towards the said second party...all their right title and interest in
and to the estate of A. T. Snodgrass, which estate is as follows, that
is to say, Lot number 28 in Schads second amended addition to the 
Town of Benwood...
(Signatures acknowledged as above)
Recorded 13 Nov 1884.

31 Jul 1888 -- Will Book 4, page 193: 
I Susanna Snodgrass of Benwood Marshall County West Virginia,
being of sound mind, do make this my last will, as follows that is
to say
To my son Albert L. Snodgrass and his heirs, I give and devise
my house and lot situated on Water Street in the City of Benwood 
Marshall County West Virginia, and I direct that my said Son 
Albert L. Snodgrass pay all expences attending my last Sickness,
also my funeral expences and have erected at my grave a respectable
tomb stone. The omission by me to give anything to any of my 
children not named in this will is intentional; 
In witness whereof I have signed and sealed and published and
declared this instrument as my will; at Benwood, West Virginia, 
on the 31 Jul 1888.
Susannah Snodgrass
Witnesses: Mary A. Pelley & A. L. Pelley.
Probated 11 Apr 1904.

21 Sep 1894 -- Deed Book 45, page 199: Susannah Snodgrass, widow
of A. T. Snodgrass, dec'd, to the Wheeling Bridge and Terminal 
Company...right of way.
Signature of Susannah Snodgrass acknowledged in Ohio Co., WV.
Recorded 21 Sep 1894.
[vss - this deed should be re-checked, because Susannah was widow of
William Snodgrass and mother of A. T. Snodgrass !!]

1 Apr 1897 -- Lena May Snodgrass died at Maud of consumption, age 19,
daughter of Wilson & Matilda Snodgrass (Book 1, page 102).
---------------------------------

1900 Marshall Co WV Census

Clay Dist., 18-68-19-36:
Wilson Snodgrass 72-M-WV/IN/PA Sep 1827 m.29y, farmer, r.f.
Matilda A. Snodgrass 60-F-WV/WV/MD Apr 1840 wife, 5 ch, 3 liv
Thomas H. Snodgrass 23-M-WV/WV/WV Apr 1877 son, farm laborer
Harry A. Wise 3-M-WV/WV/WV Jun 1896 grandson
Blanch Buchannon 17-F-WV/WV/WV Oct 1882 servant

Union Dist., 18-75-14-47:
Albert L. Snodgrass 37-M-WV/-/- Sep 1862 m.2y steel worker o.h.f.
[s/o William Snodgrass & Susannah McCammon]
Maggie Louise Snodgrass 32-F-WV/PA/WV Oct 1867 wife, 0 ch

Union Dist., 18-75-20-45:
Lewis R. Snodgrass 32-M-WV/WV/WV Dec 1867 m. 5y firing in mill r.h.
Fannie Amelia Snodgrass 25-F-NY/GER/NJ Nov 1874 wife, 0 ch
----------------------------------

11 Apr 1904 -- will of Susannah Snodgrass, dated 31 Jul 1888,
is probated.
-------------------------------

1910 Marshall Co Miracode

McMechen, 25-91-64:
Albert Snodgrass 47-M-WV
Maggie Snodgrass 42-F-WV wife
Margaret Snodgrass 7-F-WV daughter

25-92-214:
Benjamin Spurr
***
Emma Snodgrass 24-F-WV NU?

25-92-300:
Thomas H. Snodgrass 33-M-WV
Ester Snodgrass 29-F-OH wife
William W. Snodgrass -M-WV son

Miracode, 25-92-301:
Wilson Snodgrass 82-M-WV
Matilda Snodgrass 70-F-WV wife
Harry Wise 13-M-WV grandson

Roundsville, 25-94-502:
Graville Snodgrass 32-M-WV 
[Granville S. Snodgrass, s/o Wilson & Mathilda, s/o Tho. H. & Anna]
Bertha Snodgrass 27-F-WV wife
Anna Louise Snodgrass 3-F-WV daughter
+ 1 non-relative
------------------------------

5 Jul 1913 -- Wilson Snodgrass died, age 85 (Book 2, page 208) 
<Book 2 should be on film #853,801, but it doesn't appear to be>.

26 Dec 1917 -- Mary L. Snodgrass died (Book 2, page 210).
--------------------------------------

1920 Marshall Co Census/Soundex

12-49-6-78:
Matilda Coffield
***
Ella Snodgrass 55-F-WV daughter
[vss - Ella m.1 Baumberger; m.2 Calder Snodgrass 
s/o Tho. H. & Sophie Shuman of Wetzel Co]

McMechen, So. Logan St., 13-61-6-62:
Albert Snodgrass 54-M-WV 
Margaret Snodgrass 48-F-WV wife
Margaret Snodgrass 16-F-WV wife

Moundsville, Fifth, 13-65-11-36:
Granville S. Snodgrass 42-M-WV 
Bertha E. Snodgrass 37-F-WV wife
Anne L. Snodgrass 12-F-WV daughter
Evan Snodgrass 6-M-WV son
Earl T. Snodgrass 2y0m-M-WV son
[vss - as of Sep 1997- Evan lives in Auburn, WA, age 84, member SCS
(I met him when he visited bro in FL this yr); Earl T lives in 
Valrico, FL, age 80, his dau, Karen told me her mother died in 1996]

Moundsville, 8th, 13-67-4-42:
William F. Snodgrass 42-M-PA
Caroline Snodgrass 42-F-PA wife
Alma Snodgrass 17-F-WV daughter
Nola Snodgrass 15-F-WV daughter
Howard Snodgrass 12-M-WV son
Walker Snodgrass 9-M-WV son
-----------------------------

(date?) -- History of Marshall Co., WV, from Forest to Field:
page 297: C. L. & Margaret Snodgrass <we need this>
 

################### end Marshall Co WV ######################
 

MASON COUNTY

SOURCES

CEMETERY RECORDS
Kanawha Valley Cemeteries, vol. 2: Some Cemeteries from
Counties of
Fayette, Kanawha, Lincoln, Mason, & Putnam (Gardman) yes--see
Kanawha
&
Lincoln Counties
Mason Co., WV, Cemetery Inscriptions (Machir)
vol. 1: Graham, Waggener, Robinson, & Lewis Districts - NS
vol. 2: Arbuckle, Clendenin & Hannan Districts - yes
vol. 4: Kirkland, Suncrest, Lone Oak Addition, Lone Oak - yes
vol. 5 (Reed & Machir): NS

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

LAND RECORDS
Film #567,379 = index to deeds, grantor - yes

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages in Mason Co., WV, 1850-1861 - NS
Surname Index to Marriages in Mason Co., WV, Book 2,
1850-1861
(Whiteman)NS
Film #567,406 = index to marriages, 1806-1914 - yes
 
 
 
 

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RECORDS

Mason County formed 1804 from Kanawha County.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1831 -- Jackson County formed from Kanawha, Mason, & Wood
Counties.
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
ca. 1838 -- Francis C. Snodgrass born, s/o Francis & Mary Snodgrass. 
Ref:
Marriage record of Francis C. in Barbour Co., 1860. [vss-that ref. most
likely
an
error -
should
probably be Marion Co, NOT Mason, Francis is found on 1850
Barbour Co
and
seems
likely to
be s/o Francis, s/o Wm. who died in 1832 Monongalia - my reasoning?
Francis
s/o
Wm.
m.Rachel
Smith, had four sons and died ... then Rachel m.2 Joseph Snodgrass s/o
Elisha.
Francis and
Mary's
son John C., abt 2yrs older than Francis C. is shown in HIS m.record in
Barbour Co.
to be
born
Marion, and, Francis' second m. 1864 Barbour Co says he is s/o
Francis
and
Rebecca
.....
leading ME to believe the Rebecca is mistake for RACHEL ....]

1848 -- Putnam County formed from Kanawha, Mason, & Cabell
Counties.
 
 
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1866 -- Deed Book 20, page 250: Joseph B. Snodgrass, Margaret H.
Snodgrass,
et al, to Charles O. Perrine, interest in 550 acres, Old Town Creek.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1870 Census

Hartford, page 97:
William Snodgrass <we need this>
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1871 -- Deed Book 25, page 117: William P. Snodgrass & Mary A.
Snodgrass to
Elijah Bibbee, Lots #6, 11, 12, Square #4, Hartford.

1874 -- Deed Book 27, page 241: William P. Snodgrass & Mary A.
Snodgrass to
E. C. Harpold, Lots #6, 11, 12, Square #4, Hartford.

1895 -- Deed Book 56, page 603: W. A. Snodgrass to C. H. Brown et
al, 57
acres, oil & gas, assignment of Lease, Robinson.

1895 -- Deed Book 57, page 189: W. A. Snodgrass to McCalmont Oil
Company,
34
acres, oil & gas, assignment of lease, Lewis.

1895 -- Deed Book 57, page 192: W. A. Snodgrass to McCalmont Oil
Company,
19
acres, oil & gas, assignment of lease, Robinson.

1895 -- Deed Book 57, page 195: W. A. Snodgrass to McCalmont Oil
Company,
195
acres, oil & gas, assignment of lease, Robinson.

14 Aug 1906 -- Theodor [Theodore] Snodgrass m. Oti Wallace
(11-390).

5 Aug 1909 -- M. E. Snodgrass (m.) m. Ollie Spears (12-473).

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1910 Miracode

27-107-127:
Lila E. Wallace
***
Otie Snodgrass 22-F-WV daughter [w/o Theodore]
Kenneth O. Snodgrass 4-M-WV grandson [Kenneth Elwood]
Amenia S. Snodgrass -F-WV granddaughter
[1920 Grundy Co IL]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1911 -- Deed Book 84, page 530: Theodore Snodgrass & Otie
Snodgrass to
M. J.
Lilly, 50 acres, Clendenin.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1920 Soundex

Henderson, Henderson, 32-75-3-49:
Michael H. Lyons
***
M. J. Snodgrass29-M-WV son-in-law
Nany L. Snodgrass 33-F-WV daughter
James M. Snodgrass 5y0m-M-WV grandson
Mary C. Snodgrass 1y18m-F-WV granddaughter

32-78-2-56:
William O. Spears
***
Garnett Snodgrass 5y0m-F-WV granddaughter
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1920 -- Deed Book 94, page 11: Theodore Snodgrass & Otie
Snodgrass to
Orvill
Wallace, 1/12 interest in 129 acres.

1921 -- Deed Book 96, page 289: Millard J. Snodgrass & Nannie L.
Snodgrass to
William A. Adkins, 1 lot, Henderson.

1923 -- Deed Book 101, page 305: M. E. Snodgrass to Hope
Brothers, bill of
sale.

20 Aug 1930 -- Kate Elwood Snodgrass, b. 7 Jun 1881, d. 20 Aug
1930,
buried
??<Clendenin District>***

1937 -- Howard Snodgrass Jr., d. 1937, buried Suncrest Cemetery.

5 Oct 1944 -- James Ray Snodgrass, s/o Boyd & Charlotte (Rogers)
Snodgrass, d.
5 Oct 1944, age 4 m 7 d, buried Suncrest Cemetery.

1960 -- Blaine Snodgrass, b. 1888, d. 1960, buried Suncrest Cemetery.

1968 -- Virgie Snodgrass, b. 1891 Hernshaw, Kanawha Co., d/o Mary
Huffman &
Reed Snodgrass, d. 1968, buried Suncrest Cemetery.

1970 -- Harvey Snodgrass, b. 1909, d. 1970, buried Kirkland Cemetery.
 
 
 
 

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McDOWELL COUNTY

SOURCES

CENSUS RECORDS
1860 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - NS
1910 miracode - yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #800,209 = Deed index, 1868-1969 - NS <checked to 1900>

PROBATE RECORDS
Film #464,956 item 3 = Wills & inventories - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Film #464,956 
item 1 = Births, 1887-1899 - NS
item 2 = Marriages, 1861-1899 - NS
Film #804,693 = marriage index, 1861-1910 - yes
 
 
 
 

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RECORDS

McDowell County formed 1858 from Tazewell County.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1908 -- George Snodgrass married Nancy Dison (Book 12, page 160).

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1910 Miracode

22-83-291:
Nancy H. Snodgrass 40-F-VA
Lottie Evans 14-F-WV daughter
Sarah Dixon12-F-WV daughter
James T. Dixon 10-M-WV son
Gerogia? F. Dixon 4- -WV son?
Ida M. Snodgrass -F-WV daughter
+ 1 non-relative
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
 
 

##########################################################################
 

MERCER COUNTY

(formed 1837 from Giles & Tazewell Cos.)

SOURCES

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Records of Bluefield (Mercer Co.), Sattes (Kanawha
Co.),
Cameron, & McMechen (Marshall Co.) (Gen. Soc. of UT) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census - yes
1880 census transcription - yes
1900 census - yes
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Mercer Co. History (Mercer Co. Hist. Soc.--1985) yes
Mercer Co. History: Sesquicentennial Year (Mercer Co. Hist.
Soc.--1987)
yes

LAND RECORDS
Film #801,892 = Deed Index, ??? - ??? - yes

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Journal, D. H. Carr, 1884-1900 - NS

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Mercer Co. (from courthouse records) - yes
Deaths of Mercer Co., VA, now WV, 1853-1882 (Gills & Martin)
yes
 
 
 
 

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RECORDS

Mercer County formed ???? from ????.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
23 Jan 1868 -- John C. Snodgrass, age 65, married Margaret J.
Wagner, age
23.

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1870 Mercer Co Census

East River Twp., page 521, #157/157:
John C. Snodgrass 23-M-VA farmer
Araminta A. Snodgrass 18-F-VA
Charles W. Snodgrass 8m-M-VA b. Sep

East River Twp., page 521, #158/158:
Estin Snodgrass 50-M-VA
Sarah A. Snodgrass 51-F-VA
Luemma J. Snodgrass26-F-VA idiotic
Columbia Snodgrass 21-F-VA
Catherine F. Snodgrass 20-F-VA
Sarah Snodgrass 17-F-VA
Senah M. Snodgrass 14-F-VA
George M. Snodgrass11-M-VA
Rachel E. Snodgrass 9-F-VA
<1860 Giles Co., VA>
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1871 -- Summers County formed from Greenbrier, Monroe, & Mercer
Counties.
 
 
 

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24 Dec 1872 -- Annie Snodgrass, age 22; married Isaiah W. Dunn, age
24.

22 Sep 1875 -- Sarah V. Snodgrass, age 23; married Frederick H.
Shelton,
age 23.

1877 -- Catherine Snodgrass married John W. Mickle.

17 Feb 1877 -- Nora V. Snodgrass, single, female, died 17 Feb 1877 in
Mercer
Co. of inflamation of the stomach & bowels; age 1 year; parents John &
Araminta Snodgrass; born Mercer Co.; informant father John
Snodgrass.
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1880 Mercer Co Census

East River Dist., #160/162:
John Snodgrass 34-M-VA/VA/VA farmer
Arminta Snodgrass 33-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Charles W. Snodgrass 10-M-VA/VA/VA son
Mary M. Snodgrass 8-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
John M. Snodgrass 7-M-WV/VA/VA son
Walter A. Snodgrass 3(2?)-M-WV/VA/VA son

Rock Dist., #101/101:
Eston Snodgrass 60-M-VA/VA/VA tanner
Sarah Snodgrass 62-F-VA/VA/VA wife
Luemma Snodgrass 28-F-VA/VA/VA daughter
Sena Snodgrass 23-F-VA/VA/VA daughter, assists mother
Rachel E. Snodgrass 20-F-VA/VA/VA daughter, works in house
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29 Apr 1881 -- Sarah M. Snodgrass, age 22; married James A.
Rowland, age
21

20 Dec 1886 -- Deed Book 15, page 295: John & Araminta Snodgrass
to
Flemming
W. Elmore, 15 acres on the waters of East River.

22 Nov 1893 -- Ollie Snodgrass, age 21; married Albert W.
Blankenship, age
21.
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1900 Mercer Co Census

East River Dist., 20-82-10-28:
John M. Snodgrass 27-M-WV/VA/WV Mar 1873 m.4y, farmer, r.f.
Ella Snodgrass 34-F-VA/VA/VA Jun 1865 wife, 2 ch, 2 liv
Sarah A. Snodgrass 3-F-WV/WV/VA Jan 1897 daughter
Clarence Snodgrass 1-M-WV/WV/VA Sep 1898 son

East River Dist., 20-82-11-12:
John C. Snodgrass 55-M-VA/VA/VA Mar 1845 m.28y, farmer,
o.m.f.
Arimita? Snodgrass 46-F-VA/VA/VA Nov 1853 wife, 5 ch, 3 liv
Charles Snodgrass 28-M-WV/VA/VA Jul 1871 son, div., farmer
Mollie Snodgrass 26-F-WV/VA/VA Jun 1873 daughter

East River Dist., 20-82-13-18:
Mary Straley 46-F-KY/VA/VA div., 3 ch, 3 liv, farmer, r.f.
Lottie Snodgrass 14-F-VA/VA/KY Jul 1885 daughter, servant
Irvwin Snodgrass 12-M-WV/VA/KY Jul 1887 son, farm laborer

Rock Dist., 20-86-1-17:
John W. Michael 47-M-WV/unk/unk Sep 1852 m.23y, farmer, o.f.f.
mortgage
Kate Michael 50-F-VA/VA/VA May 1850 wife, 6 ch, 6 liv
Anna A. Michael 16-F-WV/WV/VA Nov 1883 daughter
Minna L. Michael 14-F-WV/WV/VA May 1886 daughter
Carl M. Michael 19-M-WV/WV/VA May 1881 son, farm laborer
Rudolph C. Michael 11-M-WV/WV/VA Oct 1888 son, farm laborer
Eston E. Snodgrass 80-M-VA/VA/VA Apr 1820 father-in-law, wid.
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1910 Miracode

28-130-173:
John C. Snodgrass 65-M-VA
Arminta A. Snodgrass 57-F-VA wife
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1920 Soundex

33-89-7-58:
John W. Skeens
***
Arminta Snodgrass 67-F-WV grandmother
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1985 or 1987 -- 
page ??
The Willard Akers Family
Clarence Willard Akers, born 25 Sep 1958 at Princeton, WV, to
Clarence
William and Mary Louise Akers. His grandparents were Charlie and
Florence
Akers from Arista, WV, and William and Goldie Combs from Beeson,
WV. 
Willard
had three sisters: Pauline Gay Akers, Linda Walker, and Judy Irene
Nelson.
When Willard was three days old, the Akers bought a home in
Glenwood,
WV. He
attended Glenwood Elementary and Junior High Schools and graduated
in
1975
from Princeton High School.
Vickie Ann Fields was born in her Mercer County home on 20 Mar
1957,
at
Montcalm, WV, to Vernon Soloman and Helen Marie Fields. She has
one
sister,
Donna Marie Perdue, and one brother, Vernon Craig Fields. Her
grandparents
were James Jefferson and Jettie Elizabeth Fields. James was originally
from
the Richlands, VA, area. He photographed Robert Sheffy, a circuit
preacher,
on one of Sheffy's trips through Virginia. Jettie Combs Fields came
from the
Wilkesboro, NC, area. Jettie's parents were James and Clementine
Combs.
Vickie's mother's parents were Lucille Mae and Malcom Earl
Snodgrass.
Malcom's father was Harry Snodgrass from Kanawha County. Malcom
drowned in
1932, three months prior to Helen's birth. Helen's stepfather was
Stewart G.
White. Stewart and Lucille had one daughter, Lillian Mae Shewbridge.
Lucille's parents were James Franklin and Icie Leona Watkins. James
Watkins'
parents, Gordon and Harriet Hatfield Watkins, came to Mercer County
from
Martinsville, Virginia. Icie's parents were Jasper and Fannie Honaker,
coming to Mercer County from the Raleigh County area.
Vickie attended Montcalm Elementary, Junior High, and High
Schools. 
She
graduated from Princeton High School in 1974. She attended Bluefield
College
in Bluefield, VA, for two years, and classes at Bluefield State College.
On 20 Jun 1975 Willard and Vickie were married at Fincastle
Presbyterian
Church in Bluefield, VA. They lived with Willard's parents until Feb
1976
when they bought their first home at Skating Rink Hollow, two miles
from
Bluewell.
Willard's occupations included working at Pageton Preparation Plant
at
Pageton in McDowell County. During the decline of the coal industry
in
1980,
Willard was laid off from work. He later began drilling water wells for
Pauley-Bluewell Drilling Co. With the economy still low, he was laid
off
again. Within one month, he began working on road construction jobs
drilling
blast holes, one job being in 1982-83 the road from East Cumberland
Road to
the Industrial Park. Vickie's work included being a typist, secretary,
and
inventory control clerk at Tinder-White Trucking Company until April
1979.
On 5 May 1979 Eric Michael was born to Vickie and Willard at the
Bluefield Sanitarium on Ramsey Street. He has enjoyed working with
his
hands,
such as building with blocks and learning to write and color. At age
four,
Eric has seven first cousins: Allen and Shelia Walker; Cathy, Tammy,
and
James Nelson; and Jason and Jeremy Perdue. Eric's birth created a fifth
generation beginning with his great-great-grandmother, Icie Watkins.
The Akers family are members of the Protestant faith. They plan to
continue residing in Mercer County.
(by Vickie Fields Akers)
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Clyde Sherwood Dove 
<partial abstract>
(Clyde Sherwood Dove married Lura Martha Bridges. Seven
children
were
born to this union.)
June Dove was born 29 Jan 1923. She married James Cardwell, Jr. 
They
have six children: Connie, Beverly, Karen, Nancy, Cathy, and David. 
Connie
married Charles Snodgrass, and they have two children: John and
Elizabeth.
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page 24: Vernon S. Fields Family
Vernon Soloman Fields was born 29 Jan 1928 to James Jefferson
and Jettie
Elizabeth Fields. Vernon was the youngest son of thirteen children. 
His
brothers and sisters are Avery Burchett, Gertrude Wyatt, John Fields,
Viola
Johnston, Perry Fields, Estle Burchett, Annie Patrick, and Nannie
Grubb
(twins)., Eulice Fields, Carl Fields, Marie Picket, and Pauline Lambert.
Vernon is originally from Bluefield, Virginia. He attended the old
Graham High School, which was destroyed by fire in the 1950's. On 28
Oct
1950, Vernon married Helen Marie Snodgrass. Seventeen days later
Vernon
was
inducted into the United States Army to serve in the Korean Conflict. 
He
trained at Fort Knox, KY, and Fort Sam Houston, TX. He then went
to
South
Korea, April 1951. He was seriously wounded in combat on 18 Aug
when he
stepped on an enemy land mine, resulting in the loss of his left leg. He
had
been serving as a Medical Corpsman with the Second Infantry Division. 
He
has
been awarded the Korean Service Medal, Combat Medical Badge,
Purple
Heart, and
the Bronze Star Medal with V Devise.
Helen Marie Snodgrass was born 20 Jun 1932. Her parents were
Lucille
Mae
and Malcom Earl Snodgrass. Three months prior to her birth, her
father
drowned in the Kanawha River in Charleston, WV. Her stepfather was
Stewart G.
White. She has one sister, Lillian Mae Shewbridge. Her grandparents
were
James Franklin and Icie Leona Watkins (Lucille's parents). James'
parents
were Gordon and Harriett Hatfield Watkins. Icie's parents were Jasper
and
Fannie Honaker. Helen was reared in Montcalm, where she attended
Montcalm
Elementary and High Schools. She graduated from Bramwell High
School in
1950.
Helen and Vernon eventually bought the "old home place" at
Montcalm.
Vernon and Helen lived at Clarksville, Georgia, for two years while
he
attended a school for photography training. On 8 Jan 1953, their first
child,
Donna Marie (Perdue) was born. Their second child, Vickie Ann
(Akers) was
born on 20 Mar 1957. Both children were born at their home at
Montcalm. 7
Nov 1960 brought their first son, Vernon Craig Fields. He was born at
the
Bluefield Sanitarium on Ramsey Street.
Vernon became a newspaper photographer after his training and has
photographed several famous people: John F. Kennedy, Hubert
Humphrey,
President Lyndon Johnson, and the all popular Dolly Parton. Vernon
and
Helen
also entertained honored guests in their home. Among these guests are
Congressman Jim Key and Evelyn Lincoln, secretary to President
Kennedy.
Vernon helped organize the Montcalm Area Improvement
Association and
became the Associations' first president in August of 1967. On 10 Nov
1969
Vernon was appointed Justice of the Peace of Rock District. On 12
May
1970,
an election by Mercer County voters won him the position as "JP." 
Later he
became a Mercer County deputy under Sheriffs Homer K. Ball and
Winfrey
Shrewsbury. Vernon worked as an employee of the West Virginia
Department of
Highways until his retirement in 1983.
Helen worked as a homemaker until Craig started school. She then
became
an instructional aide for the Mercer County Schools at Montcalm
Elementary.
She has worked as an aide at Montcalm over sixteen years.
Helen and Vernon have three grandchildren: Jason Lee and Jeremy
Lane
Perdue and Eric Michael Akers. The Fields are of the Protestant faith.
(by Vickie Fields Akers)
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Sarah Gott & Jonathan J. Rowland
<partial extract>
(Jonathan Jackson "Jack" Rowland was born about 1826. His wife,
Sarah
F.
"Sallie" Gott, was born 8 May 1831. Jack & Sallie had eight children: 
Julia
A., Elizabeth F., George P., Mary J., James A., Susan, Kinzie C., and
Nancy.)
James A. Rowland was born about 1860. He married Sara
Snodgrass. 
There
were no children born to this union. Jim and Sara lived their last years
in
Athens, WV, where Jim was a carpenter and built many dwelling
houses in the
area of Athens and Gardner. Some of these homes are still standing in
Athens
and have been restored to their original Victorian state.
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page 144-145:
Morodock McKenzie
<partial extract>
(Morodicai (Morodock) Otis McKenzie was born in Scotland in
1738. He
m/3 Sarah Huet/Hurt, wid. of John Huet/Hurt.)
According to his will, Morodock and Sarah had four sons: James,
Daniel,
John, and Alexander. John and Alexander are listed as his youngest
sons.
James married Polly Snodgrass on 24 Sep 1811. Daniel married Rhoda
Copley,
the daughter of James and Rhoda Prater Copley, on 13 Jul 1821. There
is no
information about John. Alexander married Malinda Allen on 21 Nov
1821.
<The rest of the article is about Morodock's offspring by his first two
wives, and about Alexander & Malinda Allen's descendants.>
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page ??:
 
 
 
 

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MINERAL COUNTY

SOURCES

CENSUS RECORDS
1880 census transcription- NS
1900 census transcription - NS

LAND RECORDS
Film #588,281 = Deed index - NS <checked to 1900>

NEWSPAPER RECORDS
Abstracts from the South Branch Intelligencer (Hampshire, Mineral,
&
Hardy Counties), 1837-1839 (Horton) yes <see Hardy Co.>
 
 
 
 

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RECORDS

Mineral County formed 1866 from Hampshire County.
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MINGO COUNTY

SOURCES

CEMETERY RECORDS
Sand Creek Cemetery, Man, Logan Co., WV; Earling Cemetery,
Earling,
Logan
Co., WV; Carter Cemetery, Gilbert, Mingo Co., WV (Bright) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1910 miracode - yes
1920 soundex - yes

LAND RECORDS
<deeds not filmed>
 
 
 
 

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RECORDS

Mingo County formed 1895 from Logan County.
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1910 Miracode

26-173-97:
Ira Snodgrass 44-M-WV
D. May Snodgrass 35-F-WV wife
Ernest Snodgrass 16-M-WV son
Pearl Snodgrass 14-F-WV daughter
Frank Snodgrass 7-M-WV son
Jessie Snodgrass 5-M-WV son
Evel Snodgrass 4-F-WV daughter
Birtha Snodgrass 2-F-WV daughter
Martha Snodgrass -F-WV daughter
Mary Snodgrass -F-WV daughter
+ 1 non-relative
<1900 Lincoln Co., WV>
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1920 Soundex

37-14-4-16:
Ira Snodgrass 53-M-WV
Ernest Snodgrass 25-M-WV son
Frank Snodgrass 16-M-WV son
Jesse Snodgrass 14-M-WV son
Evelyn Snodgrass 13-F-WV daughter
Bertha Snodgrass 11-F-WV daughter
Martha Snodgrass 10-F-WV daughter
Mary Snodgrass 10-F-WV daughter
Hazel Snodgrass 8-F-WV daughter
Hilma Snodgrass 6-F-WV daughter
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MONONGALIA COUNTY 
(formed 1776 from District of West Augusta) 

SOURCES 

CEMETERY RECORDS
Cemetery Readings, Cass, Morgan, & Union Dist., Monongalia Co., 
3 vol. (WPA-1939) NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1810 census - yes
1820 census - yes
1830 census - yes
1840 census - yes
1860 census transcription - NS
1870 census transcription - NS
1880 census transcription - yes
1920 soundex - yes

[vss - 1850 Monongalia Co census #938/939 Western Dist. Baptist
minister, Rev. Jas. A. Hogue 38, and his wife, Sarah (Satterfield)
27, have her mother, Isabel (Snodgrass) Satterfield 58, & Sarah's 
bro. Elias 19 in hh. Isabel (b.ca 1792 d/o Wm. who d. 1832 
Monongalia) m. ca 1820 Samuel Satterfield (haven't found marr. yet,
chk Harrison Co. for both Wm. B.'s & Isabel's) Sam'l is on 1830 
Monongalia as "Saterfield" 2m 0-5, 2m 5-10, 2m 30-40 (1 is Sam'l
& 1 is Michael Snodgrass, Isabel's bro.); 1f 10-15 (this is Sarah
and age should be abt 7 as she is 15-20 on 1840 w/husb. and 27 
on 1850.) 1f 30-40 (Isabella). On 1840 Monong. Western Dist.,
between her son Michael & his wife and James Hogue & wf Sarah
(Satterfield), is Isabel Satterfield 1m 5-10, 1m 10-15, 1m 15-20,
1m 50-60 (this is her bro. Michael, d. 1848 - his Marion Co. will 
left everything to Isabel's son Chas. W. Satterfield); 1f 40-50.
Nearby on 1840 Monongalia is Nicholas Baker & wf Frances "Fanny"
(Snodgrass), d/o Wm. & Ann (King), also Wm. & Ann (King), Isaac &
Hannah (Baker), John Musgrave & wf Sarah (Snodgrass), d/o Joseph &
Rachel (Smith)]

COURT RECORDS
1803 Voters List, Monongalia Co., (W)VA (Marion Co. Gen. Club) yes
Monongalia Co., WV, Naturalization Records, 1776-1906 (Williams) NS
Monongalia Co., (W)VA: Records of the District, Superior, & 
County Courts (Zinn) 
vol. 1, 1776-1799 - yes
vol. 2, 1800-1803 - yes
vol. 3, 1804-1810 - yes
vol. 4, 1800-1802, 1810 - yes
vol. 5, 1802-1805 - yes
vol. 6, 1805-1808 - yes
vol. 7, 1808-1814 - yes
<check which envelopes are covered in which books>
Film #249,852 = Court Records Index - yes

[vss - 1803 Voters List Monongalia Co (West) Virginia, publ. 1986 
by Marion Co. Genealogy Club (preface says "this copy of 1803 
Monongalia Co. freeholders voting list was transcribed from LDS
Church microfilm." no # provided) Chas. & Wm. Snodgrass are on
this list - Chas. voted for Tho. Wilson, Dudley Evans, and Wm. G.
Payne. Wm. voted for John G. Jackson, Dudley Evans, and 
Wm. G. Payne. (There are SO many people on this list who figure
in Snodgrass dealings that came from Berkeley Co., VA; Zackquill
Morgan, 1774 pay list - Ft. Pitt has both a Charles Snodgrass & 
a William Snodgrass - Col. Wm. McCleery - from Frederick Co MD,
Calder Haymond, supposedly father of Eliz. who married William
Snodgrass (vss - marr. not yet found) and "went out to Indiana
ca. 1813 in a party w/her father, Calder who was b.ca. 1734 MD,
moved to Monongalia in 1773, got his land patent 1781, and died
1815-1817 Franklin Co IN." 
***Very interesting side note: "Calder's bro Wm. enlisted 1759 
in the Va. regiment, commanded by Col. Geo. Washington, which had
been detailed to garrison the country captured from the French.
He served along the Monongahela & Allegheny rivers and as far 
north as "Presque Isle", now Erie, on the lake of that name. When
the regt. was withdrawn from the west, it was marched up the 
Shenandoah Valley, and on to the Holstein river to suppress an
outbreak among the Cherokee Indians". Wm. Haymond b. ca. 1740 MD,
d. 12 Nov 1821 Harrison Co. VA. (*** from book, "The Haymond Family,
Brief Sketches, Official Papers and Letters" publ. 1903, written by
Henry Haymond, then of Clarksburg, Harrison Co. WV)]

LAND RECORDS
Copy of the Index to the Unpatented Lands for the Counties of
Monongalia, Yohogania, & Ohio, in the state of VA, 1766-1794,
copied from LDS Film #840,856 (Marion Co Gen. Club)(see 1775)
[vss - Copy of the Index to the Unpatented Lands for the Counties of
Monongalia, Yohogania, & Ohio in the state of Virginia 1766-1794,
copied from LDS Film #840-856 , and publ. 1988 by Marion Co. Gen.
Club (preface says "this old record was found and indexed by a 
county clerk of Monongalia Co in 1929 ... original record has been
rebound and preserved ... signed: John M. Gregg, clerk of court,
Monongalia, WV, August 30, 1929) Shows a Chas. SNATZ - p.315 - 
300 ac - 1775 - Farrows Creek (vss - there are no other entries
on Farrows/Pharoah's Creek, and I just wonder if this could be
some horrible corruption of SNODGRASS ?)]
Monongalia Co., (W)VA Deedbook Records, 1784-1810 
(old series volumes 1-4) (Toothman) yes
Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia - yes
Film #?? = index to deeds, grantor
Film #?? = index to deeds, grantee
Film #163,902 = index to record of Commrs. for adjusting claims
to unpatented lands - NS
Film #250,080 
item 1 = Land Entry Book - yes
item 2 = Index to record of Commissioners for adjusting 
claims to unpatented lands, 1760-1789 - NS
Film #549,701 = Land Book, 1788-1823 - yes

MILITARY RECORDS
Historical Register of Virginians in the Rev. (State Library) yes
Virginia's Colonial Soldiers (Bockstruck) yes

PROBATE RECORDS
Monongalia Co., WV, Will Abstracts, 1796-1816 (Williams) NS
Monongalia Co., WV, Will Book Index, 1796-1923 (Haines) yes
Film #840,877 = Monongalia Co., WV, Estate Records, Book 1 - yes

TAX RECORDS
1787 Census of Virginia (Schreiner-Yantis) yes
[vss - Notes from the Foreword : " ...this work ...contains the same
type of data that some other censuses have, it should be considered
a census, and not just a tax list being used as a census." and 
" ...not all of the tax lists for 1787 survive; however, when 
possible, the compiler did use a list or lists for preceding or 
succeeding years. .... With regard to the counties that formed West
Virginia, only Monongalia suffered loss. The compiler used the 1788
tax list and compared it with the 1786 list...." [This composite
of 1786, 1787, 1788 Tax Lists is meant to help replace info from the
lost 1790 census for Virginia.] 
Notes from the Preface: "...The actual 1787 tax lists for only six
counties and one city are missing. ... Finally, a number of 
petitions and other contemporary records are available whichcould
be used to help establish who was living in those missing counties
in 1787." so - 1786 - look at tax list - should find James, Chas.
& Wm., and 1788 - look at tax list - should find Jas., Chas. & Wm.]

VITAL RECORDS
Marriages of Monongalia Co., WV (Crickard) yes
Death Records, Monongalia Co., WV, 1856-1863 (DAR) NS
Film #843,804 = Marriages - yes
Film #843,806 = Marriages - yes
Film #843,508 = Marriages - yes
Film #843,809 = Marriages - yes
Film #843,812 = Marriages - yes
Film #?? = index to marriages - yes

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RECORDS 

1774 -- Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, page 144: 
Capt. Zachquil Morgan's roll includes 
Charles Snotgrass & William Snotgrass.

1775 -- Index to unpatented land: 
Charles Snatz, page 315, 300 acres, Farrows Creek. 

1775 -- Hist. Reg. of Virginians in the Rev.: A list of militia paid
off at Pittsburg (Fort Pitt) in 1775, indexed in the State Library. 
It is probable that these were Colonial troops in Dunmore's War late
in receiving their pay. Their names are included here as interesting
data, and it will be noted that practically all of them immediately
joined the Revolutionary forces.
Names include: Charles Snotgrass & William Snotgrass

Jul 1781 -- John Snodgrass born, s/o Charles Snodgrass. 
Ref: Death record of John Snodgrass, 15 Nov 1867, Marion Co. 
[vss - actually John's gravestone says "John Snodgrass died Nov. 14,
1866, aged 85 years, 1 m's & 2 d's" making him b. Oct 1781; 
1850 Marion has John 69 b. PA & 1860 Marion has him as 79 PA]

5 Apr 1783 -- Land Entry Book, page 210: William Snodgrass, 
150 acres on Farrows Run.

1784 -- Harrison County formed from Monongalia County.

1785 -- Sims Index: William Snodgrass, 300 acres, Farrow's Run, 
Book 2, page 168. 

ca. 1786 -- Elisha Snodgrass born, s/o James & Catherine Snodgrass. 
Ref: 2nd marriage of Elisha, 21 Jan 1860, Marion Co.

1786 -- Tax List: 
James Snodgrass -- self, 1 tithable, 3 horses, 4 cattle.
<Note: This extraction only contains names of people not on the 1788
tax list therefore Charles & Wm. Snodgrass could also be on this list.>

1787 -- Tax list missing.

1788 -- Tax List "A": Charles Snodgrass -- self, 2 horses, 5 cattle.
Tax List "C": William Snotgrass -- self, 3 horses.

[vss - 1787 - Schreiner... - shows 
Monongalia Co Personal Property Tax 1787 - List A
last name first name charged w/tax 1 2 3 4 5 notes
Snodgrass Chas. self 0 0 0 2 5
(check - what is column 4, and col. 5? I copied everything but THAT!)

Monongalia Co [1788] - Tax List C
last name first name charged w/tax Blacks ovr 12 Horses notes
Snotgrass Wm. self 03 
[check if this is 3 blacks or 3 horses!]

Non-Duplicates From 1786 Monongalia Co. List
last name first name chged w/tax Tithables Horses Cattle notes
Snodgrass James self 13 4 
[check if 4 horses or 4 cattle!] 
vss - end ]
------------------------ 

1789 -- Sims Index: Charles Snodgrass, 285 acres, Farrow's Run, 
Bk 4, p. 109. 
[vss - 19 Oct 1789 - Chas. Snodgrass received patent for Pharoah's 
Run land - date is from a 13 Apr 1799 deed in Deed Book OS 2, p.405
(Millie Fry gave me a copy of the patent)]

1790 -- List of Land Tax within the District of James Cochran
Commissioner in the County of Monongalia for the year 1790:
William Snodgrass -- 300 acres, price 1/6 per acres, 
value 22.10.0, tax 0.1.8.

1791 -- List of Land Tax within the District of Henry Barns
Commissioner in the County of Monongalia for the year 1791:
Charles Snodgrass -- 285 acres, price 0/9 per acre, 
value 10.13.9, tax 0.0.92.
William Snodgrass -- 200 <?> acres, price 1/6 per acre, 
value 22.10.0, tax 0.1.8 1/2.
-----------------------------
[vss - (abstract from Toothman, p. 164) 
14 Apr 1792 - - James and Saborah Cobun, John and Sarah Connor, and
Peter and Susannah HARNESS (latter couple of Hardy Co) to John Brumage
(Toothman caps all surnames, I capped this one because of Hardy Co) 
200 acres in Monongalia, no adjoiners or place names mentioned. 
Consideration: [100 pounds, VA.] Signed: James Cobun, Saberah Cobun, 
John Conner, Sarah Conner, James Cobun attorney in fact for Peter 
Harness, Susannah Harness. 
Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court, date not stated. 
No delivery shown.
Recorded: October 1802, OS 2:477. Re-recording of burned instrument. 
(vss - see Hardy Co for 1820 m. Snodgrass/Harness)]

[vss - Feb 1999 - I queried Charlou in 1997 - still questions that
need answered!
"Note the following entry - 19 Apr 1792 - -?: Originally Charlou 
had in source book "00 Sep 1793 - - Dist. Court, envelope 15: 
Martin Stevens vs. Chas. Snodgrass. Action in
Debt; Narrative, Capias, Bail Bond, Recog. of xxx"

This really needs to be verified: present day Big Spring is in 
Preston Co., NOT adjoining either Pharoah's Run or PawPaw - I am not
familiar w/either Martin KEEVER or Martin STEVENS - (a Stephens 
m. Snodgrass & a Keffer m. Snodgrass in WV, but no Martin I know of) - 
1782 typo? - 1788 demand note asking for deed to PawPaw land Chas. 
gets patented in 1793 ? - and is it 1792 or 1793 Chas. summoned ? ]

19 Apr 1792 -- ?? District Court, Envelope 15: Charles Snodgrass 
summoned to answer Martin Keever in a plea of debt of 38 pounds & 38 
pounds damage, 19 Apr 1782. Demand note: 18 Aug 1788, for 38 pounds
of Pennsylvania currency on condition that the defendant (Snodgrass) 
make a deed for 200 acres of land on Pappa Creek adjoining the big 
spring tract to Keever. Appearance bond for Snodgrass, with 
William Snodgrass as surety, 25 Apr 1792.
Charles Snodgrass's bail was secured & signed by James Barker. 
----------- 

1792 -- List of Land Tax within <illegible>:
Charles Snodgrass -- 285 acres <rest illegible>
William Snodgrass -- 300 acres <rest illegible>

1793 -- List of Land Tax within the District of Henry Barnes 
Commissioner in the County of Monongalia for the year 1793:
Charles Snodgrass
William Snodgrass

1793 -- Sims Index: 
Charles Snodgrass, 200 acres, Pappa Creek, Bk 4, p. 407. 

1794 -- List of Land Tax <some lists missing, no Snodgrass entries
found in the lists extant>.

ca. 1795 -- Benjamin Snodgrass born, s/o William (d. 1832) & 
Barbara Snodgrass
Ref: 25 Mar 1853 death record, Marion Co.; 1850 census, Marion Co.

13 Mar 1795 -- Francis Snodgrass married Rachel Smith, by James Fleming 
(Book A, page 1); minister's return only, no marriage bond.
[vss - Francis s/o Wm. who d.1832 Monongalia; Francis d.ca.1805,
leaving Rachel with four sons 0-10, and she m.2 in Aug 1805 Joseph
Snodgrass s/o James; Rachel d/o Sam'l and Anna -
from Rachel's death record Marion Co. 1858]

15 Oct 1795 -- District Court, Envelope 27: William Snodgrass
summoned to answer John Francisco in a plea of assault & battery,
$500 damage, 15 Oct 1795. The defendant not being arrested, the 
goods & chattels of Snodgrass ordered to be attached to satisfy the
sum of $500, 29 May 1796. On reverse "nothing found." 
Sep 1796 term of court, agreed the defendant paying costs.

1795 -- List of the Land Tax within the District of Joseph Tricket
Commissioner in the County of Monongalia for the year 1795:
Charles Snottgrass -- 285 acres, price 0/9 per acre, 
value 10.13.9, tax 0.0.6 1/4. 
[Charles Snodgrass - Pharoah's Run land]
William Snottgrass -- 300 acres, price 1/6 per acre, 
value 22.10.0, tax 0.1.1 1/2. 
[William Snodgrass - Pharoah's Run]
Charles Snottgrass -- 200 acres, price 1/0 per acre, 
value 10.0.0, tax 0.0.6. 
[Charles Snodgrass - PawPaw Creek land]

1796 -- Monongalia County Court records were destroyed by fire. 
[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, RT's editorial notes: 
"The Monongalia Clerk's office burned in 1796, destroying such 
deedbooks as then existed. The horizon of instruments presently of
record is about 1794/95, since not all deeds made by the time of 
the fire had been recorded, but numerous pre-1796 instruments were
recorded again, from the originals. These bear a formula notation
which I have abbreviated as "Re-recording of burned instrument."
Still other lands were conveyed anew, with reference to burning
of the record."] 

1796 -- List of the Land Tax within the District of Joseph Trickett 
Commissioner in Monongalia County for the year 1796:
Charles Snottgrass - 285 acres, price 0/9 per acre, 
value 10.13.9, tax 0.0.6 1/4.
William Snottgrass - 300 acres, price 1/8 per acre, 
value 22.10.0, tax 0.1.1.
Charles Snottgrass - 200 acres, price 1/0 per acre, 
value 10.0.0, tax 0.0.6.
---------------------- 

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p.6]

9 Jun 1796 - - Deed Book OS 1, p.34-36: 
Keziah Little (vss - w/o Adonijah ?), Keziah Verden (vss - Keziah 
Little d/o Adonijah, w/o Hugh Verdin - also seen as Verdun), of 
Washington Co., Northwest Territory (Ohio - location verified 
by OS 1, p. 198-200) Henry and Elizabeth Batten, (vss - Eliz. Little;
I believe they are parents of Eleanor who m. Elisha Snodgrass ) 
James and Mary (vss - Little) Longwell, and Charles Snodgrass, 
attorney in fact for Jehu Little (vss - entry in OS 1, p.195-196,
6 Sep 1796 says Jehu's wife Eliz. acknowledges deed in Jefferson
Co KY, certificate of Stephen Ormsby, clerk of Jeff. Co.; also says
Jehu is heir at law of Adonijah Little who lived on upper side of 
Papaugh Creek (PawPaw) at time of his death) to John Evans, Jr. and
Benjamin Reeder ... 400 acres on the west side of the Monongahela 
River, patented to Adonijah Little 15 May 1787... 
Consideration: $1000 Signed: Kisia Verdin, Henry (RT- "mark") Batten, 
Elizabeth ("mark") Batten, James ("O" mark) Longwell, Mary (mark) 
Longwell, Charles Snodgrass. (RT- Keziah Little does not sign) 
Witnesses: Calder Haymon, Josiah Prickett, Wm. Jolliff. 
Power of atty from Jehu Little, Bourbon Co. KY, to Charles Snodgrass,
dated 11 November 1795 and witnessed by Calder Haymon and 
Josiah Prickett. No acknowledgement recorded. No delivery shown.
(vss- wonder if / how Charles Snodgrass is related to Jehu Little ...
don't we generally find relatives were given power of attorney to 
clear up affairs when people were moving?)]
-------------- 

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 20]
26 Sep 1796 - Joseph and Mary Batten to Thomas Batten Junr.
Thomas Batten of Springhill Twp. Fayette Co., PA, willed 95 acres
to his son Joseph, adjoining Martin Harden, and James Neel, part
of a tract called Battens Grove. Thomas Batten Jr. [illegible words]
a patent for the said tract. Joseph conveys all his interest in the
land to Thomas Jr. Consideration: 5 shillings.
Signed: Joseph [B, his mark] Batten, Mary [O, her mark] Batten.
Witnesses: William Snodgrass, Henry Batten, Charles Snodgrass.
No acknowledgements recorded. No delivery shown.
Recorded: OS 1:157

Feb 1797 -- Deed Book OS1, page 478: James Snodgrass bought from 
Robert Minnis, 100 acres on Buffalo.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 63]
14 Feb 1797 - Robert Minnis to James Snodgrass, son to Wm. 
Snodgrass. 100 acres on Buffaloe Creek, adjoining Morgans Run.
Consideration: 10 pounds. Signed: Robt. Minnis. 
Witnesses: Charles Snodgrass, Philip Roberts, Wm. Snodgrass, 
Isaac Eddy. Receipt for purchase money. 
Del: to Wm. Snodgrass father of James, 13 Aug 1805. 
Recorded: OS 1:478 
[vss - Toothman left out something VERY IMPORTANT: 
the original, hand-written OS 1, p. 478 says 
" Received of James Snodgrass the within consideration money in
full this 14th day February 1797 sworn (signature) Robt. Minnis" 
Then, in different handwriting (1805!)
"D.~ to Wm. Snodgrass father of James 13 Augt 1805"
I have copy of the above deed - We are talking here about a 
James Snodgrass who was VERY much alive on 14 Feb 1797, and 
was MAYBE unavailable for delivery of said deed on 13 Aug 1805
so the deed was delivered to his father. - vss]

1797 -- List of the Land Tax within the District of Joseph Trickett 
Commissioner in Monongalia County for the year 1797:
Charles Snottgrass -- 285 acres.
William Snottgrass -- 300 acres.
Charles Snottgrass -- 200 acres 
<transcribed lists have James>

24 Apr 1797 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 47-A: 
Thomas Peacock (not found) & John West summoned to answer 
Luranie Windsor & Charles Snodgrass in a plea of debt for 
13 pounds, 13 shillings, & $20 damage, 24 Apr 1797.

1798 -- ?? Court, envelope 54A: "Ordered that Augusta Ballot [Ballah],
John Strait, and William Snodgrass Sr. be appointed to view and lay 
out a road from Pleasant Villa [Pleasantville] to the mouth of 
Robinson's Run, and from the mouth of William Woods Run to the road
leading up Buffalow Creek the nearest & best way and report to 
the June court." 
At June court, a report was made that the road had been laid 
out, but the route was not given.

1798 -- List of the Land Tax within the District of Joseph Trickett
Commissioner in Monongalia County for the year 1798:
Robert Minnis to James Snodgrass -- 100 acres.
Charles Snodgrass -- 285 acres.
same -- 200 acres [vss - same = Charles]
William Snodgrass -- 300 acres.

1798 -- Delinquent tax list: James Snodgrass, 100 acres, 
residence unknown.

1798 -- Sims Index: 
William Snodgrass, 130 acres, adjacent James Longwell, Bk 5, page 216. 

ca. 1797 - 1799 -- Thomas H. Snodgrass born, s/o William. 
Ref: 2nd marriage of T. H., 13 Dec 1864, Wetzel Co. 
[Thomas H. Snodgrass shown as age 52 on 1850 Wetzel, 63 on 1860,
65 on 1864 marriage, and 70 on 1870 Wetzel]

1799 -- List of the Land Tax within the District of Joseph Trickett
Commissioner in Monongalia County for the year 1799:
James Snodgrass -- 100 acres
Charles Snodgrass -- 285 acres
same -- 200 acres [same Charles] <according to Film #250,080, this 
land was adjacent to Henry Watton [vss - actually Henry Batton], and
another 116 « acres was adj. to John Smith>

Mar 1799 -- County Court, Envelope 57: Charles Snodgrass granted
Administrator's Bond for the estate of James Townsen <?>, deceased 
13 Mar 1797. (On the bond cover is the date of March 1799.) 
Sureties: Christopher Erwin & William Snodgrass. 
<surname of James could be Wensen, Evenson, Everson,or something else;
difficult to read.>

18 Mar 1799 -- County Court, Envelope 55: William Snodgrass summoned
to testify in behalf of William Jolliffe, defendant at the suit of 
David Piles, 18 Mar 1799.

30 Apr 1799 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 114-B: John Evans
summoned to answer John Stealey in a plea of debt and $100 damage,
30 Apr 1799. Capt. John Evans in account with Jno. Stealey, 
16 Aug 1798 through 27 Mar 1799. "25 yards Irish linen (8.8.9); 
3 quires of writing paper (0.7.6); snuff and misc. (0.2.1); 
17 yards cambric (0.16.5); thread (0.0.3); 2 yards cotton (0.8.0)."
Another account dated 5 Oct 1794 through 2 Apr 1798, "sole leather
at 0.1.10 1/2 (0.19.1); 1 calf skin (0.10.0); 20 gallons whiskey 
(3.10.0); your note for (6.0.0); upper leather for boots and shoes 
(0.5.0); paid to Joseph Wilson (7.10.0); paid to Thomas Hite (2.10.0);
sole leather (1.6.0); 1 side of upper (1.1.6); 1 pair shoes (0.12.0);
paid William Snodgrass (2.15.0); 7 yards lining (1.11.6); 3 1/2 yards
lining (0.15.3); 1 side of sole leather (1.8.6); 1 side upper leather
(0.18.0); paid to Snodgrass (1.3.0)." Credited to account (30.0.0).
"Balance due Stealey on account for myself and others 
(12.18.5 1/2)," signed J. Evans Jr.
March 1800 term, judgement confessed.

Jun 1799 -- County Court, Envelope 56-A: 
William Snodgrass vs. Benjamin Hartley.
Execution; Fifa. Bo.

20 Jul 1799 -- (?District Court held at Ohio County), Envelope 75: 
July Court 1799, ordered that James & John Snodgrass be exempted from
paying county taxes.

1799 -- County Court, Envelope 56-B: 
William Snodgrass vs. Benjamin Hartley
Execution.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 81]
1 Jan 1800 - Cornelius and Catherine Lynch, Union Town, Fayette, 
Co., PA to Jonathan Rowland ... mortgage on 500 acres at Farrows
Run, adj. Charles Snodgrass, Samuel Musgrave, Gilbert Butler, and
David Scott ... Lynch owns 1100 acres in this location ...
Witnesses: Jacob Hasbrough, James Richey, Thomas Rowland.
Acknowledged in Fayette Co PA 27 Mar 1800 before Alexr. Addison, JP.
Recorded: OS 2:23-24

1800 -- List of the Land Tax within the District of Joseph Trickett
Commissioner in Monongalia County for the year 1800:
James Snodgrass -- 200 acres
Charles Snodgrass -- 285 acres
same -- 200 acres
William Snodgrass -- 130 acres.

<Land tax lists done through 1800.>
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 

1800 -- County Court, Envelope 113:
Wm. Snodgrass vs. Benjamin Hartley.
Execution; Als. P. Casa.

1800 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 115: Road Petitions, 
Viewers, Overseer, and Surveyor Appointments, Road Repairs and Upkeep,
Reports, Road Signs, Orders to Road Workers, and other legal papers 
issued out of the County Court. Some are not dated. 
<Note: Since two of the following four documents are undated, they
are not necessarily in chronological order.>

"Dear Sirs: Will you please to make a motion to the court to 
appoint me in the room of Daniel Sayre, Phillip Shuttlesworth and 
William Snodgrass to view a road which has been petitioned for from
Sayres' Road to the mills at Pappa. As there is no dispute in the 
road, it might not be improper to appoint some of the neighbors that
could conveniently come. Except that something is soon done, we 
shall not be able to get to the mill because Mr. Merl's [Merrill]
fence will stop our path and he wants the road viewed if possible
before he puts up his fence. If it is only viewed from Harper's 
Riffle to the mills it might for awhile, 12 Apr 1800." 
Signed by Stephen Morgan.
"John West, Abner Harper and Zaquil Morgan [appointed] in room of
the former viewers."
- - - - - - - - - -
"We, your humble petitioners beg leave to inform Your Worships
of our grievances concerning the road leading from Pappaw Mills to the
mouth of Robisons Run, that part beginning at Panther Lick Run to 
Fleming Jones'. We think it is not the nighest nor the best way, that
way that is laid out. We wish to have the road, that is now most used,
established. Or if Your Worships won't grant us that, be pleased to 
appoint viewers to lay it out that it may be nearer and upon better 
ground, for which Your petitioners will ever pray." 
Signed by Richard Price, John Smith, Talah? Simkins, John Simkins,
James Musgrave, Henry Shuman, Matthew Furbee, Andrew Dehorthy, 
Thompson Phiddy, David Musgrave, Samuel Musgrave, James Davis, 
Matthias Davis, David Merydith. 
Viewers: Charles Snodgrass, Thomas Pindle, and William Woods.
- - - - - - - - - -
"June Court 1800, Ordered that Michael Fox be appointed surveyor
of the road from the forks of Indian Creek to Pappaw near the mills 
and that Reuben Squires, Charles Snodgrass, George Folk, Samuel Burton,
William Snodgrass Sr., William Snodgrass Jr., William Snodgrass III,
Francis Snodgrass, Charles Glasscock, Jonathan Barker, Robert Folerton,
Francis Barker and Joseph Hoult be appointed to work under said 
Michael Fox."
- - - - - - - - - -
"The petition of sundry inhabitants of Monongalia County humbly
showeth that they are very much oppressed by an order from this 
Worshipful Court to open a road from the Paw Paw Mill to Harper's 
Riffle and dividing of the district in such a manner that there is
only seven men left to work the road leading from Pappa Mill to 
Morgantown for the distance of five or six miles and there is upwards
of sixteen men to work the other road only about three miles and 
where it is of no benefit only to a few individuals for a mill road.
Your petitioners pray Your Worships to take it into consideration and
admit of a fair representation to be made of the district and divide 
it in such a manner as to allot an equal number of hands according to
the distance and quality of both roads." 
Signed by Christo Erwin, Charles Snodgrass, William Wilson, 
Joseph Hoult, Francis Snodgrass, Henry Batten Jr., Thomas Knight Jr.,
Robert Fulliton, Michael Fox, Samuel Burton, William Snodgrass, 
Dennis Parke, John Thorn, William Snodgrass Sr., William Thorn,
Uriah Morgan, and Thomas Batton.
-------------------------- 

7 Mar 1800 -- District Court held at Monongalia County, Envelope 71-A: 
John Bouslough summoned to answer Edward Tansey in a plea of trespass,
assault and battery (beat and abused him), 7 March 1800.
Mathias Hite, Caleb Tanzy, Joseph Snodgrass, and John Waggoner
summoned to testify in behalf of Edward Tanzy, 28 Apr 1801.
Michael Austine and _____ Tansey summoned to testify in behalf of
John Bouslog, 14 May 1801.
May 1801 term of court, "We the jury find in this case one cent 
damage for the plaintiff."
------------------------- 

18 Oct 1800 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 119-A: 
William Snodgrass summoned to answer Samuel Everly, assignee of 
William Cook, assignee of William Martin, in a plea of debt for
$20 due by note, 18 Oct 1800.
Promissory Note dated 13 Mar 1799 for $20 to be paid in horned
cattle by 7 November next, signed by Snodgrass in the presence of 
Richard Harrison.
Assignment to Cook dated 17 Apr 1799, signed by Martin in the
presence of Presley and Charles Martin.
Assignment to Everly dated 25 Apr 1799.
------------------------- 

29 Oct 1800 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 168: 29 Oct 1800,
by virtue of a Court Order dated Sep 1800, Joseph Sndograss 
(age 16 or 17 Feb 1800), was bound to Caleb Tansey (until age 21) to
learn the art of a house carpenter and joiner. 
Signed by Joseph Snodgrass; John Dent, guardian; and Caleb Tansey.
---------------------- 

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 130]
9 Dec 1800 - John and Ann Smith to Robert Fullerton, 200 acres adj. 
Smith, heirs of Thomas Pindall, and Charles Snodgrass. ...
Acknowledged in court January 1801.
Recorded: OS2:310

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia Deedbook
Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, Heritage Books:
p. 110]
13 Apr 1801 -- Deed Bk OS 2, p. 202: Charles and Barbara Snodgrass
to Jacob Fulk ... 78 acres at Farrows Run, part of a 19 October 1789
patent for 285 acres. No adjoiners named. Consideration: 125 pounds.
Signed: Charles Snodgrass, Barbara Snotgrass. Witnesses: none.
Acknowledged in court, April 1801. Del.: to Mrs. Foulk, 3 Sep 1804.
Recorded: OS 2:202.

Apr 1801 -- Deed Book OS2-405: Chas. Snodgrass & wife sold to 
Wm. Snodgrass Jr., 82 3/4 acres on Farrows.
[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia Deedbook
Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, Heritage Books:
p. 150: 13 April 1799, Charles and Barbara Snodgrass to William
Snodgrass Jr. 82 3/4 acres on Pharrows Run, adjoining William 
Snodgrass Sr., part of a 285 acre patent of 19 October 1789 to
Charles Snodgrass. Consideration: $80. Signed: Charles Snodgrass,
Barbara Snodgrass. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court, 
April 1801. Del.: to david Hayhurst, 28 February 1804.
Recorded: OS 2:405]

22 May 1801 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 119-B: 
Charles Snodgrass summoned to answer John Ryon in a plea of debt 
for $20 due by note, 22 May 1801.
June 1801 term of court, dismissed.

8 Jun 1801 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 119: Mary Batten, 
William Snodgrass Sr., & ___ Vance summoned to testify in behalf of
Charles Snodgrass, defendant, at the suit of John Ryan, 8 Jun 1801.

20 Nov 1801 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 168: ... by virtue
of a Court Order, Overseer of the Poor Calder Haymond bound 
Solomon Snodgrass (six years old) to James Collins (until age 21)
to learn the art of a cooper.
Signed by Haymond and Collins in the presence of John and Elisha Hoult.
[vss - no idea who this Solomon is, or what happened to him]

1801 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 122-C: William Snodgrass'
complaint: About the year 1799 William Martin sold him a tract of 
land for which he paid $518 in notes and Martin was to make him a 
good deed. Martin left and was gone nearly 2 years, upon his return
Snodgrass applied to him for a title but Martin refused saying it was
out of his power to do so. Martin agreed to cancel the contract and 
to return the notes which he did all except the one now in dispute,
the one he had assigned to Samuel Everly who has obtained a judgement
against him. Snodgrass prayed for an injunction to stay execution of
the judgement until Martin and Everly could be questioned.
Answer of Samuel Everly to a Bill of Injunction exhibited against
him and Martin by Snodgrass: He said he obtained, by assignment, a
note given to Martin by Samuel Everly. About the month of May and 
before the note was due and because he "much wanted a cow," he
proposed to discount the note $2 if Snodgrass would make early 
payment. Snodgrass agreed provided he could procure a cow from a 
certain person to whom he had sold a certain tract of land. Later,
Snodgrass informed Everly that he was unable to get the cow and 
could not pay off the debt. In the fall following, the note became
due and some time about the time of Col. C. Martin's sale he asked
that the note be paid. Snodgrass was then on his way home, having
been down the river with a raft and told Everly he could let him 
have a cow and would pay the rest in cash and told him to meet him
at a muster and he would then tell him when he could come for the
cow. He said that at this time William Martin was in the country.
About 20 days later, he attended the muster and Snodgrass objected
to paying the note alleging that he did not get a title to a certain
tract of land that William Martin agreed to convey to him. He 
advised Snodgrass he would have to sue and Snodgrass asked him to 
delay for a time and has since refused to pay and therefore 
he brings suit.
Injunction Bond signed by William Snodgrass Sr. and secured 
by William Snodgrass Jr. to ensure all costs & awards would be paid
in case the injunction would be dissolved, 11 May 1801.
"Received of William Martin full satisfaction for a Conveyance Bond
I had on him for a tract of land lying on Buffalow Creek which bond
is lost," 30 Oct 1801. 
Signed by Snodgrass in the presence of Presley Martin.
Deposition of Levi Mercer at the house of Simeon Everly on 
30 Oct 1801: He said at the "Battalion Muster last spring at 
David Scott's, Samuel Everly called on him to go and hear what
William Snodgrass would say and when Snodgrass and Everly met, 
Samuel Everly asked Snodgrass if he did not offer him a cow in part
pay for the note and Snodgrass said he did and acknowledged the 
note to be just." 
Deposition of Joseph Neile [Neely ?] heard at the house of 
Simeon Everly on 30 Oct 1801: He was at the sale of Col. Charles 
Martin and was called upon by Snodgrass and Everly to assist them
in a dispute regarding a note. He gave them his advise and 
Snodgrass assumed to pay Everly the sum called for.
The scheduled deposition of Jacob Lowe was not found.
------------------------------- 

1 Dec 1801 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 123-A: David Dunham
summoned to answer William Snodgrass in a plea of debt for $10.21 
obtained from the plaintiff by mistaken judgement rendered against
him by a Justice, 1 Dec 1801.
Christopher Irwin summoned to testify in behalf of Snodgrass 1 Dec 1801.

16 Dec 1801 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 123-B: David Dunham 
summoned to answer William Snodgrass in a plea of debt for $10.21 
obtained by mistaken judgement rendered against him, 16 Dec 1801.
John Ambrose, Lydia Plum, & John Fairfax summoned to testify in
behalf of Snodgrass, 2 Dec 1801.

1802 -- County Court, Envelope 121: Henry Barrackman vs. 
Chas. Snodgrass.
Execution; Fifa.

1802 -- County Court, Envelope 121: Charles Snodgrass vs. John Ryan.
Execution; Fifa, 2.

1802 -- County Court, Envelope 121: David Dunham vs. 
William Snodgrass, Sr.
Execution; Fifa.

1802 -- County Court, Envelope 121: 
David Dunham vs. Wm. Snodgrass & Wm. Snodgrass Sr. 
Execution; Fifa.

1802 -- County Court, Envelope 121: Samuel Everly vs. Wm. Snodgrass.
Execution; Casa.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia Deedbook
Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, Heritage Books:
p. 151]
8 Feb 1802 - Charles and Barbara Snodgrass to Christopher Erwin.
181 acres on Snodgrass Run and Pappaw Creek, adjoining Adonijah 
Little, William Snodgrass, Thomas Wilson. Consideration: 100 pounds.
Signed: Charles Snodgrass, Barbara Snodgrass. Witnesses: none.
Acknowledged in court, February 1802. Del.: to Christopher Erwin,
12 Mar 1804.
Recorded: OS 2:409

10 Feb 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 127-B: Jacob Foulk
summoned to answer James Nelson, for the use of Charles Snodgrass, 
in a plea of debt for 9 pounds and $20 damage due by a 1 Dec 1799 
Promissory Note, 10 Feb and 24 Mar 1802. Appearance Bond for 
Jacob (x) Foulk secured by George Foulk, 29 Mar 1802.
August 1803 term of court, non-suit.

19 Feb 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 122: One horse, 
the property of William Snodgrass Jr., was attached at the suit 
of David Dunham. In order to retain possession of his property until
time for public sale or his debt of $2.90 was paid, Snodgrass signed
this Delivery Bond secured by William Snodgrass Sr., 19 Feb 1802.

22 Mar 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 122: 
Charles Snodgrass summoned to answer Henry Barrickman in a plea of 
debt for $15 due by note, 22 Mar 1802. "I promise to pay or cause to
be paid unto Henry Barrickman or order $68 to be paid in the following
manner, viz, $15 in cash to be paid 1 October next and 20 gallons of
whiskey at 3 shillings per gallon to be delivered at William 
Snodgrass' by 1 January next. The remainder to be paid in good course
salt at $4 per bushel to be delivered at Morgantown 15 November next,"
signed by Charles Snodgrass; witnessed by William Snodgrass (no date).

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia Deedbook
Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, Heritage Books:
p. 165]
23 Mar 1802 - Philip Roberts to John Brown. 35 acres at Finches Run,
a branch of buffelow, adjoining William Gray and William Hillery.
Part of 150 acres patented to Roberts, [RT- blank] 1799.
Consideration: 35 pounds. Signed: Philip Roberts.
Witnesses: Wm. Snodgrass, Fleming Jones, Wm. [W, his mark] Straight.
Acknowledged in court Jun 1802. Del.: to John Brown 20 August 1806.
Recorded: OS 2:482

30 Mar 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 122-A: 
Christopher Irwin summoned to testify in behalf of William Snodgrass,
plaintiff, against David Dunham, __ ___ 1802.
Nathan Springer, William Vincent, and William Anderson summoned to 
testify in behalf of Dunham, 30 Mar 1802.

13 Apr 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 127-B: James McCoole
(not an inhabitant of Monongalia County) summoned to answer Charles 
Snodgrass in a plea of debt for 13 pounds equal to $43.33 due by note
dated 7 Nov 1801 and $10 damage, 13 Apr 1802. 
August 1803 term of court, "We the jury assess the damages 
to $4.55," John Bills, foreman.

28 Apr 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 122-A: 
"The examination of Jane Snodgrass, of Monongalia County, single woman,
taken upon oath before me, Asa Dudley, one of the Commonwealth's 
Justices of the Peace for the county aforesaid this 28th day of April
1802, who saith that on the 25th day of April last past [vss - ? 1801]
at the house of Charles Snodgrass in the county aforesaid, she the
said Jane Snodgrass was delivered of a male bastard child and that
the said bastard child is likely to become chargeable to the said
county and that Samuel Ralston of the said county, weaver, did get
her with child of the said bastard child, taken and signed the day
and year above written before me, Asa Dudley."
Thomas Barnes, one of the Overseers of the Poor, issued a warrant
for the arrest of Ralston, 10 May 1802.
Warrant executed by Constable Samuel Smith.
Appearance Bond for Ralston secured by Bartholomew Clark, 15 May 1802.
[vss - this is so odd - Charles has dau. Jane Snodgrass; 1802 this 
bastard child is sworn to Samuel Ralston, and then 12 Mar 1806,
Charles Snodgrass is bondsman for Samuel Ralston m. Mary Rude / Rudy;
note too, 1812 Ohio Co VA/WV m. of Mary Snodgrass to James Ralston]

1802 -- Envelope 125: Court Settlement with Sheriff Robert Ferrell; 
includes payment to Charles Snodgrass, deputy.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia Deedbook
Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, Heritage Books:
p. 156]
14 June 1802 - Jacob and Margratt Fulk to Christopher Irwin. 
11 acres on Pharohs Run, part of an original patent to Charles 
Snodgrass. No adjoiners named. Consideration: 8 pounds, 10.
Signed: Jacob [X, his mark] Fulk, Margret [X] Fulk. 
Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court June 1802. 
Del.: to Christopher Erwin, 4 March 1804.
Recorded: OS 2:430
and
Toothman's p. 166:
14 Jun 1802 - christopher and Mary Erwin to Jacob Fulk. 8 1/2 acres
adjoining Charles Snodgrass and Fulk's other land. Part of a patent
for 200 acres. Consideration: 10 pounds, 10. 
Signed: Christopher Erwin, Mary [mark] Erwin. Witnesses: none.
Acknowledged in court, June 1802. Del.: to Mr [? Mrs] Foulk,
2 September 1804.
Recorded: OS 2:488

28 Jun 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 136: John Evans Jr.
summoned to answer a Bill in Chancery exhibited against him by 
Benj. Reeder, 28 Jun 1802.
Reeder's complaint: On 13 Feb 1796, he and Evans entered into a
partnership to build and erect mills on a tract of land that they 
bought from Adonijah Little, situated on the upper side of Paw Paw
Creek. A misunderstanding arose and they submitted their settlement
to arbitrators in 1800. He said at the same time Evans submitted 
sundry charges against him, viz, $300 for attendance at the Paw Paw
Mills, $300 for building a store house at the mills, $300 for
merchandise delivered by Evans to the workmen and $30 for his expense
on his journey to Kentucky. He said he believed these charges were 
unjust and he never agreed for Evans to superintend the building of 
the mill nor was it necessary as the whole of the work was hired out
by the job. He said he agreed to have a store house built at the 
mill at his own expense, but that Evans built it for his own 
convenience and he had no part nor interest in the goods kept 
therein nor any part of the profits or involvement ensuing from the
sale thereof and he never made himself liable for any goods sold by
Evans to any of his workmen or other employees working about the 
mill. He said Evans' trip to Kentucky had nothing to do with their
partnership. He said he paid Calder Haymond 58 pounds for his 
services in doing his business in purchasing provisions for the 
workmen and the 58 pounds was not charged to the concern because 
he supposed it was not consistent with the true meaning and intent
of the Article of Agreement. He said James Hayes was employed as 
"saw-miller." Sometime later when he exhibited his accounts for
settlement, it appeared he had charged the company with sawing 
60,000 to 80,000 feet of plank more than he could render any 
satisfactory account of his having delivered it to the company or to
their order and agreed part of those planks were very much damaged 
and rendered unavailable upon which account he refused to allow Hayes
the full amount and said the greater part was damaged caused by being
improperly stuck <stacked to dry>. He said Evans encouraged Hayes
to bring suit against him and when they came into court, Evans 
acknowledged Hayes' account to be just and testified that Hayes had
performed his work agreeable to his contract. In consequence of Evans'
testimony, he lost the suit and Hayes was allowed two pence per 100 
feet for sticking the plank. Later he brought suit against Hayes to
recover the value of the damaged planks, the same that Hayes had been
allowed 2 pence for sticking. In this latter action, it was discovered
that the greater part of the planks were unfit for sale and that Evans
had actually told Hayes not to stick them. Reeder continued with his
complaint saying the arbitrators did not render judgement within the 
two week period allowed and he made other charges against Evans
including a store bill and other money due him that he did not present
in the first suit.
John Evans' answer: He said he entered the partnership, 
superintended the building of the mills and furnished provisions for 
the workmen and managed the whole from 1 Mar 1797 to 1 Nov 1797 and 
1 Apr 1798 to 1 Nov 1798, the charge being made upon an estimate of 
$1 per day for his attendance and labor and deducting 86 days for 
occasional absence during these periods. He said sometime in Jun
1797, Reeder wrote to him saying some one must superintend the 
building of the mills at Paw Paw and that if he (Evans) would do it
he would be justly compensated. He said he transported planks by 
water to be used in the construction of the mills. He said Stephen
Morgan had a contract dated 30 Jul 1796 to bring in planks and the
frame of the two mills were raised and a part of the dam built by 
Hite with Morgan's planks by March 1797. He said in the season of 
1797, he and the workmen under him "completed the mill dam by building
an abutment dam, planking the dam, hauling stones and felling them in
the dam, and in the same summer dug the foundation for the grist mill,
blew rocks and provided stone for the foundation for the grist mill 
and first story of the grist mill, provided lime for the same purpose,
and built the first story of the said mill 36 feet in length, 30 feet
in breath, and about 16 feet in height and also hauled the mill stones
from Laurel Hill, that during the same summer Hite nearly completed 
the saw mill and that during that season he furnished the greater part
of the provisions for the hands employed under him and also for the 
said Hite and the hands employed under him amounting in the whole to
from 10 to 15 hands employed during that season." He said he attended
to the business at all times except for an occasional day or two 
excepting about two weeks when he was on a journey. At the beginning
of January 1798, the work was resumed and from that time until 1 April
provisions were provided by a person hired for this purpose for which
he made no charge. About the last of March or first of April in the 
same year, he superintended, labored, and provided the logs out of 
which was sawed all the timber and plank for a new forebay to the saw
mill and for the forebay to the grist mill, excepting the sills and 
plates. He said he labored on and superintended the stone work which
when completed was 1 & 1/2 of its length from 16 to 20 feet high. In
the same season he helped build a new abutment and replanked the dam
because the former abutment and planking proved insufficient during 
that season. John Hageman/Hagerman, millwright, performed the work
stipulated in his contract dated 5 Mar 1798, but failed by several 
months to meet the time as stated. A new contract was drawn with
Hageman and he paid 10 pounds to Hageman and Hageman set a second set
of mill stones at work and during the season of 1798, he provided
provisions for all the hands. He said Stephen Morgan, Thomas Hite,
and John Hageman had contracts for work at the mill, there were no
other contracts or general agreements and all the other work was done
under his management. He said in 1796, Colder Hayman provided some
provisions by the order of Reeder and Rawley Evans, his brother,
by the order of Reeder undertook and during most of the season 
attended to the purchase of provisions and hiring hands for which
services no charge has been made. He said he could not know for what
services 58 pounds was paid to Haymond for he did not provide that 
many provisions and he supposed the 58 pounds was in part paid to 
Haymond for keeping store for two or three seasons, the private 
property of Reeder, which is a small distance from the grist mill.
He said during the time the business was before the arbitrators, 
Reeder presented a claim for services rendered by Haymond which was
rejected and he believed the 58 pounds was paid to Haymond for the 
private benefit of Reeder. In the season of 1797 and 1798, Reeder
was at the site several times but he does not recall that he ever 
spent a single day in labor or in superintending the business. He
denied that he charged $300 for building the store house but charged
only 14 pounds, 17 shillings and 6 pence or there about exclusive of
the joiners bill of 17 pounds, 19 shillings and 6 pence which was 
given to him before the arbitration took place. These two charges 
being the sum total charged by Evans. He continues his answer citing
several small details of the time he kept store, the times of 
employment for hired hands and the work they completed. He tells of
Reeder and the many times he took plank away from the mill and the
number of feet. He tells about Hayes allowing customers to measure
their own purchases and how orders were filled without exact 
measurements making it impossible to give an estimate or count of
the number of feet Hayes sawed. At ..... <5 more pages to type in>
--------------------------------- 

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia Deedbook
Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, Heritage Books:
p. 164]
13 Sep 1802 - Charles and Barbary Snodgrass to Jacob Fulk. 12 acres
adjoining other lands purchased from said Snodgrass. 
Consideration: 10 pounds. Signed: Charles Snodgrass, Barbara
Snodgrass. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court, September 1802.
Del.: to Mr [RT- Mrs?] Foulk, 2 September 1804.
Recorded: OS 2:478

[vss - from Toothma's; p. 165]
30 Sep 1802 - Christopher and Mary Irwin to Thomas Knight. 64 acres
on Papaw Creek, adjoining William Snodgrass, Adonijah Little, Thomas
Wilson, and Albert Gallatin, Esq. Part of a 200 acre tract patented
to Christopher. Consideration: 40 pounds.16
Signed: Christopher Erwin, Mary [+, her mark] Erwin.
Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court, September 1802.
Del.: to Thomas Knight, 11 April 1803.
Recorded: OS 2:483

29 Nov 1802 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 132-D: Henry Batton
summoned to answer a Bill in Chancery exhibited against him by 
John Merrel, 29 Nov 1802. [John Merrill]
John Merrel's complaint: He said he married the daughter of 
Henry Batton and in May 1799, Batton promised him he would give him a
certain part of a tract of land on which Henry then lived lying on 
the Bank of the River being the same place where John Vurder then 
lived to extend as far up as the run which came from a cabin known by
the name of Longwell's and extend back from the river so as to include
50 acres and in exchange Merrel was to work for Batton for that summer
which he did until late fall. In August 1799, Henry gave Vurder /
Vurden notice to leave the land and in the spring following Batton
gave possession to Merrel promising to make a title deed when required.
Since that time, he improved the land by clearing and fencing about 
30 acres and building a good hewn log house 23 x 18 two stories high.
He said Batton refused to make him a title deed and threatened to turn
him off the land unless he paid an annual rent. He said he proposed 
to Batton for him to pay the labor and improvement costs and he would
quit the land, Batton refused and therefore he brings suit.
Batton's answer to the said complaint: He said Merrel did not do
much toward improving the land, but did repair some fence already there
and raised the logs for a house, but has always had in mind to move to
Kentucky and did not expect to receive title to the 50 acres as 
described which constituted the better part of his 400 tract which was
mostly unfit for farming and would be more than a reasonable share of
his land for one of his children, 10 May 1803.
Verden was Mrs. Batton's cousin who was to reside on about 
6 acres free of rent for life. He cleared and settled on the 6 acres
and later he married and ask Batton to be allowed to clear an 
additional 6 acres in order to support his family. Batton allowed
this providing Verden paid an annual rent. Verden lived on this 
tract until he decided he needed land of his own and in the spring 
of 1800 "actually removed from the said land." Batton said after 
Verden moved, Merrel asked him to rent the property and they agreed
that Merrel would pay his rent by making repairs, but no specific 
time was fixed during which Merrel would occupy the place rent free.
In the fall of 1802, Batton proposed that Merrel should now start
paying rent, which Merrel refused to do saying if he was paid for
labor and materials used in repairing the property he would quit the
place. Batton refused to pay this demand but told Merrel he could 
have the use of the 10 or 12 acres he cleared until he could realize
from it sufficient pay to compensate him for his labor. He also 
offered to make a deed for the Verden place to Merrel "until a son 
became of full age with the remainder to the said son in fee." He
said during the term Merrel and family resided with him, he paid their
provisions and lodging and never promised to convey any land to him.
Notice to Batton and Merrel of time and place to take depositions.
Joseph Mearl served notice to Batton on 31 Jul 1804.
Deposition of Jasper Wait: He said he heard Batton say several 
times, before and after Merrel came into his family, that he would 
never give title of his land out of his hands during his lifetime.
Deposition of Joseph Hoult: He said at the first log rolling in
1800 he heard Batton say he would never give any of his land to "his 
children lest they marry men that would run through it and by that it
would do his children no good but at his death he would give it to his
grandchildren and by so doing it would do his children good."
In a second deposition Hoult said he heard Batten tell Merrel 
"since you have carried it on as far as you have you may look out for
another place for here you shall not stay if so be that you do stay 
for this ensuing year you shall pay $50 in cash and further he added
that he would sell the whole tract to which Merrel answered the he 
should not sell his part if he could help it," 10 Sep 1803 at the 
house of John Meral [Merrill].
Deposition of John Haymond: He said he heard Batton declare many
times that he would never give title to anyone during his lifetime.
Deposition of Darcus (x) Haymond: She said, before the suit was
brought, she hear Merrel say "he would make a fuss about going down 
the river so that the old man might give him the land and she heard 
him say that the old man, his father-in-law, intended to give his
children no land but to give his land to his grandchildren..." 
Deposition of Robert Shearer: He said that sometime in the 
spring of 1802 Merrel told him "it would hardly be worth his while
to plant an orchard because the old man, his father-in-law, had given
him no assurance of the land and could turn him off at six months 
warning." He said he heard Merrel say he "could not live in this 
country, the land was so much better down the river," 23 Jul 1803.
In a second deposition, Shearer said Merrel told him he would 
not cut all his hay in 1802 nor finish his house because he "had no
certainty of the place," 9 Aug 1804 at the house of Stephen Morgan.
Deposition of James West Jr.: He said Merrel cleared and fenced
the "land along the river as far up as to the run which is between 
Merrel's house and Robert Shearer's," 9 August 1804 at the house of
Stephen Morgan.
Deposition of William Snodgrass: He said he saw Merrel married
to a young woman who was known as Henry Batton's daughter and that
Merrel "cleared about six acres and the fence was indifferent," 
10 Sep 1803 at the house of John Mearl [Merrill].
Deposition of Thomas Batton: He said Henry Batton told him that
if Merrel sued him, he would "give him one dollar of his portion," 
9 Aug 1804 at the house of Stephen Morgan.
Deposition of Thomas Batton: He said, after the suit was 
initiatiated, Henry Batton offered to make a deed to Merrel for the
Verdon Place "upon which he the said Mearl answered that he would not
be such a fool or damned fool," 23 Jul 1803 at the house of 
Stephen Morgan.
Deposition of Mary Fluharty: She said that soon after Verden
left, Batton told her "that Verden need not be mad at him for he 
had gave the land to Merrill." Batton told her he "understood Merrill
was going to sue him for the land but he never should have one foot of
it except he got it by law and if he did sue he would give him one 
dollar to help out," 9 Aug 1804 at the house of Morgan.
Deposition of Thomas West: He heard Batton say he intended to
give each of his five children ("four children besides the 
plaintiff's wife") 50 acres and had already given Merrel's wife 
50 acres which was to extend as far up the river as to the run which
is between Merrel's house and Robert Shearer's, 
9 Aug 1804 at the house of Morgan.
Deposition of Stephen Morgan: He said he helped Merrel roll logs
at the upper end of his plantation and Batton was there and he did not
see or hear any dispute or dissatisfaction, 
2 Sep 1803 at the house of John Merrel.
Deposition of William Jolliff: He said he worked for Henry Batton
for about 5 months in the year of 1799, 2 Sep 1803 at the house of 
John Mearl [Merrill].
Deposition of Henry Batton Jr.: He said he heard Batton say 
"he was weak in force and he was growing old and he thought it was a
little as his sons-in-law could do to help him along and give him a 
small rent in grain to help to maintain him and his family," 
10 Sep 1803 at the house of John Mearl.
Deposition of Isaac Eddy: He said, before Merrel settled in this
country, he heard Batton say he sold Merrel 50 acres and that the run
should be the division line between Merrel and Robert Shearer.
Gion Edy said about the same as Isaac Eddy.
Deposition of John Vurden: He say while he was living on the land
Henry Batton came and "told him he must go off the land for Mearl was
to come on." He said he was suppose to have 12 acres for his lifetime. 
Deposition of John West: He said the value of the improvements 
made by Merrel was about 100 pounds and the yearly rent should be worth
about $40, 2 Sep 1803 at the house of John Meral [John Merrill].
August 1804 term of court, dismissed, agreed, each party paying 
their own costs.
---------------------------------- 

1803 -- Mary Joliffe Snodgrass born, d/o John & Anna. 
Ref: Death record of Mary Snodgrass, 7 Feb 1882, Marion Co.
[vss - has anyone actually seen this death record? Or seen the 1820 
Harrison Co marriage bond for Mary and William B. Snodgrass?]

1803 -- Voter's list:
Chas. Snodgrass voted for Tho. Wilson, Dudley Evans, & Wm. G. Payne.
Wm. Snodgrass voted for John G. Jackson, Dudley Evans, & Wm. G. Payne.

3 Aug 1803 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 130: 
Settlement papers for the estate of John Stewart; 
Mary Stewart administratrix. 
Includes a receipt signed by Charles Snodgrass & dated 3 Aug 1803.

20 Aug 1803 -- District Court held at Monongalia County, Private 
Papers,Envelope 104: "This Indenture of three parts and entered into
on 20 Aug 1803 between Charles Snodgrass Jr., of the first part, 
Charles Snodgrass Sr., of the second part, and Jacob Foulk, of the
third part, all of Monongalia County and State of Virginia. 
Witnesseth that the said Charles Jr. being upwards of 16 years of age
by and with counsel and approbation of the said Charles Snodgrass Sr.,
his father, hath this day agreed to bind himself an apprentice to the
said Jacob Foulk Jr. to learn the art, mystery or trade of a potter,
and doth hereby <we need the rest of this: vol. 4, top of page 22>

1803 -- County Court, Envelope 126:
Chas. Snodgrass vs. James W. Coole.
Ex.; Casa.

Sep 1803 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 127: Petition for a 
constable in the Upper District on the west side of the Monongahela
River signed by Stephen Fluharty, John Fluharty, George Lowe, 
William Jolliffe Jr., John Thorn, Thomas Jolliffe, Robert Shearer,
Joseph Hoult, John Mirvill? [John Merrill], Charles Snodgrass, 
John West, David Lowe, John Snodgrass, Joshua Thorn, Christopher Erwin,
Samuel Burton, Thomas Knight, and William Jolliffe.
William Snodgrass Jr. appointed Constable.

1803 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 127: "We the Grand Jury 
present the following persons, freeholders, Monongalia County, 
viz... James Snodgrass ...

13 Sep 1803 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 130: Constable Bond
for William Snodgrass for a term of 2 years, secured by Jasper Wyette
[Jasper Wyatt] & John West, 13 Sep 1803.

24 Dec 1803 - Mar 1808 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 154-A:
Davis Shockley summoned to answer Jacob Foulk in a plea of trespass
on the case damage $200, 24 Dec 1803. Foulk said that he and Shockley
agreed to go into the butchering business as partners for the season
of 1803 and agreed to share in the sales and profits. Foulk said he
purchased sundry fat cattle, sent them to Shockley who butchered them
and sold the meat, hides, offals, and tallow. He complained that 
Shockley did not pay him his share and therefore he brings suit.
John Thompson, Charles Snodgrass, Susannah Ward, and James McVicker
summoned to estify in behalf of Foulk 9 Aug 1806
Robert Lewis summoned to testify in behalf of Shockley 18 Aug 1806.
William Waller summoned to testify in behalf of Shockley 11 Aug 1806.
March 1808 term of court, dismissed by order of the plaintiff.

27 Jan 1804 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 139-B: 
Justice Joseph Snodgrass witnessed appearance bond for Clark 
Hollenback secured by George Hollenback, 27 Jan 1804.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 214]
9 Mar 1804 - Christopher and Mary Erwin to John Floyd, Fayette
Co., PA. 11 1/2 acres on Pharoas Run, no adjoiners named. Part
of a 90 acre tract sold by Charles Snodgrass to Jacob Foulk.
Consideration: $57.50. Signed: Christofer Erwin, Mary Erwin
(written by B Reeder at her request at the time her relinquishment
of dower was taken). Witnesses: none. Acknowledged by Mary Erwin
before Stephen Morgan, 27 August 1805. 
Del.: to George Foulk, 27 Jan 1806.
Recorded: OS 3:215
and
Toothman's p. 215:
9 Mar 1804 - Christopher and Mary Erwin to John Floyd, Fayette Co.,
PA. 103 acres on Papaw creek, adj. William Snodgrass, Gallaton,
and Knight. Part of a 200 acre survey. Consideration: $515.
Signed: Christefor Erwin, Mary Irwin (written by B Reeder at her
request when her relinquishment of dower was taken).
Witnesses: Thos McKinley, Wm Lanham, Jacob Foulk. Acknowledged by
Mary Erwin before B Reeder and Stephen Morgan, JPs, 27 August 1805;
by Christopher Erwin in court, September 1805. 
Del.: to George Foulk, 27 January 1806.
Recorded: OS 3:225

12 Mar 1804 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 163-C: 
William Snodgrass summoned to answer John Dragoo in a plea of 
trespass on the case damage $100, 12 Mar 1804.
Dragoo complained that Snodgrass abused his horse when he
(Snodgrass) rode him to try his gaits in consideration of trade of a
horse between the two parties. Dragoo said he warned Snodgrass not
to run or vex the horse as he was difficult to hold. Dragoo said as
soon as Snodgrass mounted the horse, he began to whip and spur the 
horse and put him to full speed in a rough part of the road, the 
horse fell and was crippled and rendered useless. Dragoo said he
was put at great expense and trouble in caring for the horse. He
said Snodgrass refused to make compensation for the damage he caused
and therefore he brings suit.
September 1810 term, judgement for the defendant.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 324]
15 Mar 1804 - William (Jr.) and Elizabeth Snodgrass to David Hayhurst.
82 3/4 acres on Pharows Run, adj. William Snodgrass. Part of 285 
acres patented 19 October 1749 [sic!] (vss - Rick knew and we know
the actual date was 1789) Consideration: $300.
Signed: Wm Snodgrass, Elizabeth [X, her mark] Snodgrass.
Witnesses: Stephen Morgan, Charles Snodgrass, Asa Hall,
William Snodgrass Senr., Asa Dudley. Acknowledged by Elizabeth
Snodgrass before Stephen Morgan and Asa Dudley, JPs, 15 Mar 1804.
Proved by witnesses September 1804 and June 1808.
Del.: to him [? David Hayhurst], 16 May 1811.
Recorded: OS 4:234-236

1 May 1804 -- District Court, held at Harrison County, Envelope 84:
Anthony Koon summoned to answer Henry Batton in a plea of slander 
(said he stole his bacon or meat) and $1000 damage, 1 May 1804.
From Monongalia County: Michael Christ and Joseph Snyder 
summoned to testify in behalf of Anthony Koon, 15 Apr ___.
Rezen, Druzilla and Solomon White, Peter Chriss, Abel Williams, 
Edward Harbert, and Norman Randall summoned to testify in behalf
of Batton, 19 Mar and 12 September 1805.
Stephen Morgan, Robert Shearer, and Charles Snodgrass summoned to
testify in behalf of Batton, 16 May and 12 Sep 1805.
John Tetrick, John Simms and Isaac Coon summoned to testify in 
behalf of Batton, 20 Apr 1805.
September 1805 term of court, "We the jury find for the 
plaintiff $17 in damage," Hedgeman Triplett, foreman.

1804 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 134: "Your humble
petitioners humbly showeth that as it will be attended with 
conveniences and benefit to our settlement on the main branch of
Indian creek generally and to many others traveling to have a road
opened from where the road that leads from Dunker Creek intersects
the road at Indian Creek above Jared Evans and from thence to 
Joshway Low's [Joshua Lowe] Mill on the river the nearest and best
way. Praying that we may be allowed the same and Your petitioners
as in duty bound will pray." Signed: Jared Evans, Charles Glasscock,
Arthur Mellett, John Shuman, John Mellett, Thomas Downs, Jesse 
Mellett, William Mellett, John Glasscock, Samuel Pindall, Samuel 
Kindall Jr., Samuel Musgrave, John Snider, David Snider, David
Musgrave, Jonathan Arnett, Paul Michael, Daniel Arnett, John Arnett,
Henry Emos Jr. (or Henry Amos Jr.), Andrew Arnett, Garnet Whitelock,
John Smith, Jacob Evans, and John Evans. 
On reverse - John Smith, Andrew Arnett, Jerred Evans [Jared Evans],
and Wm. Snodgrass [William Snodgrass]. 

1804 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 132-A: A petition & summons
Henry Barrickman vs. Charles Snodgrass for $15 due by note under seal.

1804 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 132-B: John Drago vs. 
William Snodgrass, Trespass on the case damage $200. 
(no other information available).

1804 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 135: 
Tax Delinquents include Francis Snodgrass & John Snodgrass.
[vss - well, Francis Snodgrass may have just died, but John Snodgrass
is now in Harrison Co. So probably that is why he didn't want to pay
Monongalia taxes.]

5 Dec 1804 - District Court, Monongalia County, Envelope 88-A: 
Benjamin White Jr., stone mason, was indicted on charges of stealing
nine silver dollars from George O'Kell on 5 Dec 1804.
James Stonek___ [James Stoneking] summoned to testify in behalf
of White, 8 Sep 1806.
James Scott, Simon Crotzer, Samuel Randall, and Richard Ayers
summoned to testify in behalf of White, 11 Aug 1806.
Boaz Burrows, John Dent, William Willy, Edward Parish, William
Hamilton, and George Barnes summoned to testify in behalf of White,
5 Aug 1806.
Jury called: Nimrod Evans, Thomas R. Chipps, George Hite, 
Zacquill Morgan, Robert Ferrell, Hedgeman Triplett, John Evans Jr.,
Rawley Evans, Arthur Wilson, James McVicker, Noah Ridgeway, and 
William Wilson; George Huffman and William Russell swore in open 
court to give evidence, 15 Sep 1806.
Caleb Furbey, James Knox (not found), Waitman Davis, and 
Charles Snodgrass (not found) summoned to testify in behalf of 
White, 18 Aug 1806.
Edward Burk summoned to testify in behalf of White, 15 Sep 1806.
John Bizzard [John Buzzard], Jacob Boggard, Joseph Harrison 
(not found) and William Hamilton (not found) summoned to testify in
behalf of White, 29 Aug 1806.
Testimony of George O'Kell: "He went to house of William 
Russell on 25 Dec 1804 where there were a number of people and that
evening a scuffle ensued between him and John Billins." During the
scuffle he felt his purse lifted from his pocket and "did not suspect
but that Billins might have taken it during the fight."
Testimony of William Russell: He said the transaction described
above took place at his house during the night but he "did not pay any
respect to it until morning when Benjamin White Jr. came out into the
yard where he was and said `I am a queer fellow' and went to where 
there were some ashes in a heap and stooped down and either with his
finger or a stick stirred the ashes, after that he went thro an___ 
round a small shop, turned and with his feet scraped away the snow 
and picked up a dollar and said here is a dollar of O'Kell's money 
and I will give it to him, which he did. 
George Huffman's testimony: He went to White's house at Scott's
Ferry in February last and called for a half pint of whiskey which he
drank and then said he was going home. White then went along with him
to get a load of wood and they spoke of card playing. He said to 
White it was better to win money that way than to steal it and White
said he had taken O'Kell's money and divided it with David White and
John Fortney and he further said he intended to make it up to him and
that he had returned $1 to him.
September 1806 term of court, trial and acquittal.

4 Mar 1805 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 163-C: 
Estate of Jesse Martin includes a note signed by Foulk to Thorne for
$198 dated 7 Oct 1803, payable in good horses on or before 2nd Monday
in October 1804 and witnessed by Charles Snodgrass.

6 Mar 1805 -- District Court held at Monongalia County, Envelope 88: 
Charles Snodgrass summoned to answer James Scott, assignee of 
Samuel Smith, who was assignee of Jacob Folk [Jacob Foulk] in a plea
of debt for 53 pounds the value of $176 2/3 and $150 damage, 
6 Mar 1805. 
Assignment to Scott made 3 Apr 1804 and witnessed by 
George (x) Tucker.
Appearance Bond for Snodgrass secured by Stephen Fluharty, 
18 May 1805.
James Collins summoned to testify in behalf of Scott, 
18 September 1806.
Charles Snodgrass summoned to answer John Evans, Sr. for non-
payment of a debt due by Clerk's Note, 16 Sep 1805.
Promissory Note from Snodgrass to Jacob Foulk for 53 pounds 
due 25 Dec 1804 with interest, dated 8 Dec 1801. Signed by Snodgrass
and witnessed by John Snodgrass.
George Foulk summoned to testify in behalf of Snodgrass,
11 Sep 1806.
A receipt from Meshack Sexton to Snodgrass for $2 for his fee 
"in a suit the said Charles assignee of Jacob Faulk, Jr. who was 
assignee of James Nelson," 17 Sep 1805.
Promissary note from Jacob (x) Folk to James Nelson for 9 pounds
to be paid by 1 Dec 1799.
Snodgrass said he paid Foulk and the action should not be had
against him.
A receipt dated 10 May 1804: "Then settled with Jacob Foulk and
remains due to Charles Snodgrass 15 pounds, 1 shilling and 11 pence,"
signed by Jacob Foulk.
Snodgrass made oath that George Folke [George Foulk], a material
witness, went to Ohio in March and had not returned but he had heard 
that he had left home to attend court but may not be able to arrive 
in time to attend this term, 19 May 1806.
May 1806 term of court, "We the jury find for the plaintiff 
the debt... plus interest" 
<A formula for computing interest is included in the verdict.>

12 Mar 1805 -- Charles Snodgrass was surety for Samuel Ralston to 
marry Mary Rude, widow.
[vss - this is listed in "Marriage Bond Records Monongalia County,
(West) Virginia 1796-1850", compiled by Mrs. Owen Crickard, Rt. 1,
Box 218, Beverly, WV, 26253, published 1977, p. 9: 
bond date 12 Mar 1806 - Samuel Rolston to marry
Mary Rude widow of ? Rude - bondsman Charles Snodgrass]

10 Jun 1805 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 142-A: Bond for
William Snodgrass to serve as constable for the term of two years
secured by Jasper Wyatt and Otho Henry, 10 Jun 1805.

12 Aug 1805 -- Joseph Snodgrass married Rachel Smith, by James Fleming 
(Book A, page 10); minister's return only, no marriage bond.

7 Sep 1805 -- District Court, Monongalia County, Envelope 84-A: 
William Snodgrass Sr. summoned to answer John West in a plea of
assault, 7 Sep 1805.
November 1805 term of court, dismissed, agreed.

1805 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 141: "The petition of a 
number of the inhabitants of Papaw, Indian Creek, and White Day 
settlements humbly showeth that we labor under great difficulty for 
the want of a road to take its start at the forks of the road near 
to John Smith's on Indian Creek, then the nearest and best way to 
the mouth of said creek, from that the nearest and best way to 
intersect the Glade Road at Doctor Nilen's and We, Your petitioners
as in duty bound will pray." Signed by John West, John Smith, Andrew
Arnett, David Musgrave, Jonathan Arnett, James Watkins, Thos. Martin,
John Dicken, John Arnett, George Lowe, John Mellett, George Folk 
[George Foulk], Charles Snodgrass, Robert Fullerton, James Snodgrass,
James Musgrave, John Golliff [John Jolliffe], Wm. Snodgrass 
[William Snodgrass], Mathias Furby [Mathias Furbee], James Jolliffe,
Samuel West, Chas. Glasscock, Joseph Snodgrass, Stephen Fluharty, 
Stephen Morgan, Wm. Jolliffe [William Jolliffe] and Samuel Buckalew.
"Zack'l Morgan, Isaac Powell, and John Smith to be appointed
to lay off a road agreeable to the prayer of the within and report
to next court."

5 Oct 1805 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 142-A: Fleming Jones, 
Joseph Houtt/Hoult, and Robert Fulliten [Fullerton] appraised a stray
horse taken up by William Snodgrass Sr. at $25, 5 Oct 1805. 
Justice Stephen Morgan.

1805 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 169: 
Tax delinquents for 1805 include James Snodgrass, 100 acres.

ca. 1804-1806 -- Francis Snodgrass born s/o Francis & Rebecca Snodgrass.
Ref: Second marriage of Francis, 1864 in Barbour Co., and death record,
1879 in Barbour Co.
[vss - actually Francis Snodgrass s/o Francis & Rachel Smith was 
b. 1803 Monongalia and died 1879 Barbour Co]

1806 -- County Court, Envelope 143-A: Charles Snodgrass vs. 
John Ryon [Ryan ?].
Execution; P. Casa.

17 Jan 1806 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 165: 
District Court notes, 17 Jan 1806, include names of 
J. Snodgrass & Charles Snodgrass.

24 Feb 1806 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 145: 
James Jolliffe summoned to answer John Evans Jr. in a plea of debt 
for $33.50, 24 Feb 1805 ... Note signed by Jolliffe to Evans 
dated 14 Jun 1804, payable in good whiskey delivered in Morgantown,
due 1 Nov 1804 and witnessed by William Hays ... Appearance Bond
for Jolliffe secured by Wm. Snodgrass, 25 Feb 1806 ... 
May 1806 term of court, judgement.

8 Mar 1806 -- ??? Court, Envelope ???: 
Josiah Prickett, Calder Haymond, Zackquill Morgan, and Stephen Morgan, 
Trustees for the Town of Pleasant Vill, conveyed to Roger Park lots 
#11 and #12 ($30) in Pleasant Vill being the same as conveyed by 
Benjamin Reeder to William Jolliffe Sr. and John Jolliffe Sr. and by
them to Roger Park, 8 Mar 1806.
Signed by the trustees in the presence of Wm. Snodgrass, William 
Jolliffe, and John Marrcle [??].

30 Sep 1806 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 150: George Foulk
summoned to answer Christian Madera, assignee of Robert Shearer, in
a plea of debt for $13.50 due by note, 30 Sep and ?? Dec 1806 ...
Note signed by Foulk to Shearer for $13.50 payable in bar iron @ 
6 pence per pound delivered at William Snodgrass' on or before 
1 Aug next, dated 11 April 1805 and witnessed by Elisha Snodgrass
and James Snodgrass ... 
Note assigned to Madera on 14 Apr 1806 & witnessed by James Thompson.

2 Dec 1806 -- Charles Snodgrass, Jr. married Sarah Foulke, 
d/o Jacob Foulke Sr.; bondsman Chas. Snodgrass Sr. 

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 271]
13 Jan 1807 - Jonathan Rowland, Union Town, Fayette Co., PA 
to William Williams, washington Co, MD, 100 Acres on Farrows Run,
adj. James Walker and lands sold to George Young. Part of an 1100
acre survey adj. charles Snodgrass ... Tract patented to Cornelius
Lynch of Union Town, 9 Mar 1798. Order for resurvey granted in
Monongalia Court, May 1801 ... On 12 Jun 1804, Lynch conveyed the
property in trust to Jonathan Rowland, Esq. and James Morris, Esq.,
for the benefit of his creditors ...
Recorded: OS 3:542-544
[also Toothman's p. 291-92 - 24 Jan 1807, Cornelius Lynch to 
Jonathan Roland ... Farrows Run, adj. Charles Snodgrass ... 
Recorded: OS 4:46
and p. 312
1 Dec 1807, James Morrison, Esq. formerly of Union Town,
Fayette Co., PA and now of Shenandoah Co., to Benjamin Kugal (Coogle),
John Bowser, John Coss, Jr., William Williams, Thomas Maradeth 
(Meredith), George Young, and Benjamin Ridenour, all of Washington
Co., MD ... Release ... Farrow's Run ... adj. Charles Snodgrass ...
Recorded: OS 4:148-151]

14 Jan 1807 -- Sibora <Sarah> Snodgrass [Sabra Snodgrass] 
d/o William Snodgrass arried William Higginbottom, Jr.; 
Bondsman: William Higginbottom, Sr.; by James L. Fleming 
(Book A, page 13)
[vss - Sabra is said to be d/o William Snodgrass & Elizabeth Haymond; 
14 Jan was date of the bond - what was date of marriage? ]

16 Mar 1807 -- Wm. Snodgrass married Anne King, d/o John King, 
by James L. Fleming; bond dated 14 Mar, bondsman John Cunningham. 
[vss - this is m1. of William Snodgrass (1850 Ritchie Co). 
He m2. Mary Prichard]

May 1807 -- District Court, Envelope 87:
James Scott vs. Charles Snodgrass.
Execution: For debt, interest, costs; Fifa, Folio 215.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 285]
21 May 1807 - Charles and Barbara Snodgrass to 
William Snodgrass Jr.,Joseph Snodgrass, and Elisha Snodgrass. 
Two tracts. 142 acres at Pharoas Run, adj. Henry batten and 
James Longwell. Part of a 230 acre tract. 
Consideration: 10 pounds, VA. Signed: Charles Snodgrass, Barbara
[X, her mark] Snodgrass. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court,
Jun 1807. Del.: to Wm. Snodgrass, September 1810.
Recorded: OS 4:19-20

Jun 1807 -- Deed Book OS4-19: Chas. Snodgrass & wife sold to 
Elisha Snodgrass, Joseph Snodgrass, & Wm. Snodgrass Sr., 142 acres.

8 Jun 1807 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 152: 
Bond signed by Jasper Wyatt to serve as constable for the term of two
years secured by William Snodgrass and Dudley Evans, 8 Jun 1807.

30 Jun 1807 -- District Court, Monongalia County, Envelope 94-A: 
James Scott summoned to answer Zebelon Dyer assignee of Uriah Lowther,
in a plea of debt for $135.32 by virtue of a Promissory Note dated 
4 May 1807 and $10 damage, 30 Jun 1807 ... Appearance Bond for Scott
secured by Charles Snodgrass & Samuel Kenedy [? Kennedy], 13 Jul 1807. 
Sep 1808 term of court, plea waived and judgement for costs.

[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 321]
(blank) Sep 1807 - Jacob (Sr) and Margret Foulk to Thomas Floyd.
134 acres, adj. Charles and William Snodgrass, in 4 tracts: 78 acres
no adjoiners or place names mentioned. 8 1/2 acres conveyed to 
Foulk by Christopher Erwin, 14 Jun 1802. 36 acres adj. Edward
Hamilton and Downer and Dent. 12 acres conveyed by Charles Snodgrass,
13 September 1802. Consideration: $500. 
Signed: Jacob [X, his mark] Foulk [Margret does not sign]
Witnesses: William Snodgrass, Charles Snodgrass, David Hayhurst.
Proved by witnesses William Snodgrass & David Hayhurst June 1808,
who also proved Charles Snodgrass, since deceased, the third witness.
Del.: to John Watson September 1810.
Recorded: OS 4:219-220

19 Sep 1807 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 150-A<?>: 
Peace Bond for Henry Foulk, laborer, to keep the peace toward all
citizens and especially toward Edward Parrish secured by Charles 
Snodgrass, yeoman, and William Thorn, laborer, 19 Sep 1807.
[vss - 2 Dec 1806 Charles Snodgrass, Jr. s/o Charles Snodgrass 
m. Sarah Foulk d/o Jacob Foulk. Wonder if the Charles above is
Jr. or Sr.?]

28 Sep 1807 -- Elisha Snodgrass married Eleanor Batten, d/o Henry
Batten, by James L. Fleming; bond dated 26 Sep, bondsman Jos. 
Snodgrass [Joseph Snodgrass, bro. of Elisha - they are sons of
James Snodgrass & Catherine].

1 Dec 1807 -- District Court, Monongalia County, Envelope 90-B: 
John Snodgrass summoned to answer Benjamin Burton and Catharine 
his wife in a plea of assault and $1000 damage, 1 Dec 1807 ... 
John Snodgrass was not found upon summons and Burton swore he
had removed from the jurisdiction of this court and asked he be
placed under bond, 1 Dec 1807.
[vss - John Snodgrass was then resident of Harrison Co jurisdiction]

14 Dec 1807 -- District Court, Monongalia County, Envelope 101:
William Snodgrass summoned to answer George Foulk in a plea of 
slander (Foulk said Snodgrass "stole his bag and carried it away
intending to have it") and $1000 damage, 14 Dec 1807. 
January 1810 term of court, "We the jury find the plaintiff's damages
to $.01," Richard Harrison, foreman.

1807 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 159-A: A list of fees due
to Nimrod Evans, Clerk of Monongalia Co., for the year 1807, includes
fees due from William Snodgrass Sr. & William Snodgrass.

1807 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 160: A List of [tax] 
delinquents for the year 1807 includes John Snodgrass 
(in Martin's District).

1807 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 169: A list of tax 
delinquents for the year 1807, includes James Snodgrass, 100 acres.

12 Mar 1808 -- Joseph S. Snodgrass born, s/o Joseph & R. Snodgrass
[Rachel Smith Snodgrass] 
Ref: Death record of Joseph, 30 Nov 1884, Marion Co. 

13 Jun 1808 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 157-A: Bond signed
by Barbary Snodgrass and David Musgrave to be administrators of 
Charles Snodgrass, deceased, secured by William Snodgrass and 
Robert Shearer, 13 Jun 1808.

Jul 1808 -- District Court, Envelope 92:
James Scott vs. Barbary Snodgrass & David Musgrave, executors of
Charles Snodgrass, decd.
Execution--Debt, Interest & Costs; Alias Fifa; No return made.

9 Jul 1808 -- Estate Book 1, page 146: 
Inventory of the estate of Charles Snodgrass, deceased. 

8 Aug 1808 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 156: "8 Aug 1808,
We Your humble petitioners take the liberty to inform You that we are
dissatisfied with the Pappaw Creek Road as the men was not sworn that
laid it out not being on the best ground and we petition the court 
and men appointed to review the same but did not attend and we hope
Your Worships will grant it to us again and to extend an order to the
mouth of Toothman's Run beginning at the ford near Brown's house and
Your petitioners will forever pray." 
Signed by Dennis Brown, John Price, Davis Merydith [Davis Meridith], 
Andrew (x) Toothman, Anthony Stout, John Putzer [John Pitzer], 
John Davison, Richard Price, William Price, William Wood, 
William Snodgrass & Thomas Pindall.

Sep 1808 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 156: "September 1808
term, Ordered that William Snodgrass, William Wood and Thomas Pindle
view and lay out a road from the ford on Papaw Creek at Dennis Brown's
up said creek to the mouth of Toothman's Run the nearest and best way
and report to October Court next."

Sep 1808 -- Estate Book 1, page 147: Sale bill of Charles Snodgrass, 
deceased, Sept. term of court, 1808. 
Purchasers include <list almost illegible>:
Zachariah Barker Robert Shern [Robert Sherer ?]
John S. Barnes Wm. Shern
Nancy Floyd Andrew Smith
Stephen Fluharty John Snider
Wm. Harn Barbara Snodgrass [MIGHT be widow;
also MIGHT be 
Barbara wife of William d. 1832]
John Hout [is this John Haught or John Hoult ?]
John Snodgrass [Charles' son]
William John Barbarah Spurgig [? Spurgeon]
Thomas Joliffe Wm. Stephens
Jacob Lucas George Stewart
Joseph Mend [??] Capt. John West
James Morgan
<there is also something concerning this estate on page 202, but
that page was inadvertently not filmed>

Oct 1808 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 156: "October 1808 term,
ordered that William Snodgrass, William Woods, Andrew Ice, and David
Hayhurst be appointed to view and lay out a road from the ford on 
Papaw Creek to Dennis Brown's up said creek to the mouth of Toothmans
Run the nearest and best way and report to December Court next." 
The viewers report was returned, but the Court would not accept it 
because the Magistrate who swore the viewers would not sign the 
order. ?? June 1808.

1808 -- District Court held at Monongalia County, Envelope 95: 
"To the Sheriff of Monongalia county, Greetings. Whereas James Scott,
assignee of Samuel Smith, who was the assignee of Jacob Foulk Jr.,
lately in our District Court holden at Morgantown before the judges 
of our said court recovered a judgement against Charles Snodgrass for
46 pounds, 18 shillings and four pence debt of the value of $156.38 
with interest thereon at 6% on $53 pounds from 28 Dec 1801 until 
15 Dec 1803, then interest on the said sum of 45 pounds, 18 shillings
and 4 pence in payment together with his costs by him about his suit
in that behalf expended. Whereof, the said Charles is convicted as
appears to us of record. And now on behalf of the said James, we 
have reviewed information in our said court that altho judgement be
thereupon given, yet execution of the said debt, interest, and costs
remains to be made to him. And the said Charles is since dead, 
intestate, and administration of all and singular the goods and 
chattels, rights and credits which were of the said Charles at the
time of his death was committed and granted to Barbery Snodgrass, 
wife and widow of the said Charles, deceased, and David Musgrave in
due form of the law. As we have received information from the said
James whereupon the said James has besought us that a proper remedy
in this particular may be provided for him and we being willing that
what is just and right should be done, command you that you make 
known to the said Barbery and David, administrators as aforesaid, 
that they do be before the judges of the said court on the first 
day of next term to show cause, if any they can, why the said James
should not have his execution against them ..."

12 Jan 1809 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 159-B: Peace Bond for 
John Newbrough, blacksmith, to keep the peace toward all citizens and 
especially toward Charity Hall, widow, secured by William White, 
yeoman, and Jonathan Colbourne, yeoman, 12 Jan 1809.
On reverse of one of the documents: "I killed Hall and will 
kill ___ family like snakes." "Newbury carries the stamp of truth.
This is Newbury's story to Barker."
Rawley Martin and Susanna Snodgrass summoned to testify in 
behalf of Newbrough, 12 Jun 1809.
Justice Boaz Burrows and Constable George B. Hoskinson.
Zachariah Barker summoned to give evidence to the Grand Jury,
3 Jun 1809.

25 Mar 1809 -- Monongalia County Court Envelope 164-C: David Musgrave 
obtained a judgement against Zachariah Barker for $8.50 plus costs. 
Bond signed by Barker secured by David Scott to ensure Barker would 
pay his debt before the rising of the next General Assembly, 
25 Mar 1809.
Musgrave assigned this bond to Barbara Snodgrass on 22 Aug 1809, 
witnessed by Nathan Matheny.
Snodgrass assigned this bond to Ralph Barkshire on 23 Aug 1809, 
witnessed by Joseph Grubel [? aka Gribble].

29 May 1809 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 164: James Ferrell
and Robert Ferrrell summoned to answer Barbara Snodgrass and David
Musgrave, administrators of Charles Snodgrass, deceased, in a plea
of debt of 13 pounds and 19 shillings ($46.50) and $10 damage, 
29 May and 31 Aug 1809.
Appearance Bond signed by James Ferrell secured by Adam Fast
in the presence of Jacob Fast, 4 Aug 1809
Note signed by James Ferrell and Robert Ferrell to Lurenia 
Windsor or Charles Snodgrass for 13 pounds and 19 shillings, it 
being for goods bought at the venue of James Windsor, deceased, to
be paid 25 Sep 1796 and witnessed by William Snodgrass and John Harr.
Lurenia Windsor departed this life intestate without having received
any part of the debt leaving the whole business invested in Charles
Snodgrass. Snodgrass departed this life in 1807 or 1808 without 
having received any part of the debt. The administrators of Charles
Snodgrass now bring suit to recover the debt.
____ 1810 term, We the jury find for the plaintiff $46.50 debt
with interest at 6% from 26 Sep 1796 until paid, John Carter, foreman.

5 Jun 1809 -- ?? Court, Envelope ??: 5 Jun 1809, William Snodgrass 
allowed $22.50 for supporting and clothing James and John Snodgrass,
two of the poor, for 9 months ending this date. <page 200>

5 Jul 1809 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 164-C: David Seaman
obtained a judgement against Thomas Floyd for $11.30 with interest.
Bond signed by Floyd secured by William Snodgrass to ensure he
would pay his debt before the rising of the next General Assembly,
5 Jul 1809.
The bond was assigned to William Lowry and Company on 
2 Sep 1809 signed by Seaman in the presence of Samuel Lowry.

6 Sep 1809 -- Superior Court, Monongalia Co., Envelope 101: 
Elisha Snodgrass & Elenor his wife summoned to answer Henry Batton
in a plea of covenant broken, 6 Sep 1809 and 29 Jan 1810.
Henry Batton dismissed this action on 28 Feb 1810.
May 1810 term of court, dismissed by plaintiff.

Oct 1809 -- Deed Book OS 4, p.499: John Snodgrass bought from Thomas
Floyd & wife; Pharoughs Run.
[vss - from Rick Toothman's "Monongalia County (West) Virginia
Deedbook Records 1784-1810 (Old Series Vol. 1-4)" publ. 1994, 
Heritage Books, p. 368]
7 Oct 1809 - Thomas and Drusella Floyd to John Snodgrass. 32 1/2 acres
on Pharos Run adj. William Snodgrass and heirs of Charles Snodgrass.
Part of a tract conveyed to Floyd by Jacob Foulk. Consideration: $50.
Signed: Thomas Floyd, Drusillah Floyd. Witnesses: none.
Acknowledged in court October 1809.
Del.: to John Watson, September 1810.
Recorded: OS 4:499

8 Jan 1810 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 165-A: Bond signed 
by Barbara (x) Snodgrass to serve as guardian to 
Elie, Ben___, Margaret, Joseph, and Elisha Snodgrass, secured by
Nathan Matheney & Noah Matheney, 8 Jan 1810. 
[vss - Eli, Beniah, Margaret, Joseph & Hiram E. - minor children of
Charles d. 1808]

28 May 1810 -- Monongalia Justice Court, Envelope 167: 
James Snodgrass summoned to answer the complaint of James Hayhurst
for non-payment of a debt due by account, 26 May 1810. David Hayhurst
and William Willey summoned as witnesses for the plaintiff. 
No property found.

May 1810 -- Monongalia Superior Court, Envelope 100: 
George Foulke vs. William Snodgrass.
Execution--Case for Slander; fifa.

5 Jun 1810 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 161: 
Order to pay William Snodgrass $7.50, the balance of the sum of $30
allowed him by the court for the support of his two sons, James and
John, paupers, for a year ending 5 Sep 1809, 5 Jun 1810. 
<Check film to see if William McCleery & C. Haymond are listed as the 
Overseers of the Poor.>
[vss - see, too, 5 Jun 1809 & 28 May 1810; this seems to be William & 
Elizabeth who went to IN - indeed, when William Snodgrass shows up on 
1830 & 1840 Madison Co IN there is a James Snodgrass there nearby]

1810 -- County Court, Envelope 162: William Lowry & Co. assee of 
David Seaman vs. Thomas Floyd & Wm. Snodgrass.
Ex.; Fifa, Vands.

1810 -- County Court, Envelope 162: Barbara Snodgrass, Admx. & 
David Musgrave Admr. of Charles Snodgrass vs. James & Robert Ferrell.
Ex.; Fifa.

1810 -- County Court, Envelope 162-A: Ralph Barkshire, Assee of 
Barbara Snodgrass, who was assee of David Musgrave 
vs. Zachariah Barker & David Scott.
Ex.; Fifa.

1810 -- County Court, Envelope 162-A: James Hayhurst vs. 
James Snodgrass.
Ex.; Casa.

7 Dec 1810 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 165-A: 
Petition to the court to appoint David Musgrave "for want of another
constable in our part of the district as there is but one at present
and very little dependency can be put in him." 
Signed by: 
John Snodgrass 
[vss - MAY be s/o Charles d. 1808; John b. 1781 PA, m. ca 1802
Anna Bateson; Charles' son John bought land 1809 and 1810 census
listed in Harrison Co. Would he sign a Monongalia petition?] 
Michael Snodgrass [s/o Wm. d. 1832; Michael d. 5 Jun 1848 Marion Co] 
William Snodgrass
William Snodgrass 
[two different signatures - one would be William Sr. d. 1832; 
the other MAY be William s/o Wm. d. 1832; 
OR MAY be William who moved to IN], 
Joseph Snodgrass 
[s/o James & Catherine; m. 1805 Rachel Smith widow of 
Francis Snodgrass s/o Wm.]
James Snodgrass 
[MAY be s/o Charles d. 1808; BUT, William Snodgrass had sons James
& John, too, so MAYBE the James & John signing this are those guys] 
Benjamin Snodgrass [s/o William d. 1832] 
Isaac Snodgrass [s/o Wm. d. 1832] 
Daniel Flueharty 
Nathan Snodgrass [s/o Wm. d. 1832] 
Thomas Floyd, Michael Floyd, Henary Floyd [Henry Floyd],
Thomas Clayton, William Morton, William Wood
7 Dec 1810. .... Musgrave appointed.
------------------------------ 

1810 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 165-A: 
Elenor Batton for 1810 taxes, 95 acres of land $.14, paid. 
On reverse of Batton's receipt is the name of Elisha Snodgrass.
------------------------------ 

1810 Monongalia Co VA/WV Census 

page 437: 
Joseph Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 3 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
[vss - Joseph is s/o James (and brother of Elisha);
m. 1805 Rachel (Smith) Snodgrass, widow of Francis Snodgrass who
d. ca 1804/1805; the 3 m 10-16 shown here are sons of Rachel and
Francis - Wm. B. b. ca 1796, Jeremiah b. ca 1798, Lemuel b. 1800;
one m 0-10 would be Francis b. ca 1803 s/o Rachel & Francis; 
the other three children 0-10 are Joseph's & Rachel's ]
William Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 1 m 10-16, 4 m 16-26, 1 m 45+, 
1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-45. 
[vss - where was this reading found?]
[William d. 1832, his wife at that time is Barbara]
<Charlou Note: alternate reading from transcribed census:
1 m 10-16, 5 m 16-26, 1 m 26-45, 1 m 45+, 1 f 10-16, 2 f 16-26, 1 f 45+.> 
[vss - that alternate transcription was by Elizabeth Estlack Mullett & 
Helen J. Estlack in 1992 for Wetzel Co Gen Soc - their note: "This 1810 
Monongalia Co census was taken from Microfilm Publication # M252, 
Roll #69, as it was written. The names were written in a 'sort of' 
alphabetical order and were typed in that order ..."]

page 438: 
Barbara Snodgrass = 3 m 0-10, 1 m 10-16, 1 f 26-45. 
[vss - widow of Charles Snodgrass d. 1808; where did this reading
come from?! My copy of 1810 Monongalia, transcribed by Mullett & 
Estlack has:
Snodgrass, Barbara = 3 m 0-10, 2 m 10-16; 1 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45; 
Barbara was made guardian of four sons and one dau of Charles - 
wonder who the fifth male is]
Jane Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 3 f 0-10, 2 f 10-16, 1 f 26-45. 
[vss - where did this reading come from?! 
My copy of 1810 Monongalia, transcribed by Mullett & Estlack has: 
Snodgrass, Jane = 3 m 1-10, 1 m 10-15; 1 f 26-45]

page 441: 
Elisha Snodgrass = 2 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45, 
1 free non-white. 
[vss - where did the reading come from?! My copy of 1810 Monongalia 
transcribed by Mullett & Estlack has: 
Snodgrass, Elisha = 2 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45; 1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26,1 f 45+; 
wonder if the woman 45+ is perhaps Elisha's mother, Catherine, 
widow of James d. 1797?]
William Snodgrass Jr. = 1 m 16-26, 2 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26. 
[vss - William m. Ann King 1807]
-----------------------------------------------

1810 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 169: 
Tax delinquents for 1810 include James Snodgrass, 1 lot & 100 acres.

1811 -- County Court, Envelope 198: Re: Barbara Snodgrass.
Order to commissioners to lay off her dower, also their report.

1811 -- Sims Index: Charles Snodgrass, 95 1/2 acres, adj. John Smith, 
Book 6, page 95.

13 Nov 1811 -- Order Book 4, page 241/243: Joseph Snodgrass & 
Elisha Snodgrass, heirs of James Snodgrass, dec'd; 
part in McIntoshes Campaign. 
<We need to check this out!>

1812 -- County Court, Envelope 199: Commonwealth vs. 
Joseph Snodgrass. Assault & Battery (on James Hayhurst); 
Indictment, Summons (2).

1812 -- County Court, Envelope 199: Commonwealth vs. 
Joseph Hayhurst, James Hayhurst, James Snodgrass, Isaac Snodgrass,
Seth Knight, Joshua Thorn, James Cross, Thos. Lanpher, & 
John Fluharty. Mayhem (on body of Thos. Knight); Indictment.

1812 -- County Court, Envelope 199: Commonwealth vs. Isaac Snodgrass.
Mayhem; Indictment, Warrant (3).

1812 -- County Court, Envelope 199: Commonwealth vs. James Snodgrass.
Mayhem; Indictment, Capias (3), Summons (2).

1812 -- County Court, Envelope 204: 
Re: William Snodgrass, William Willey. Bond--Admr.

1812 -- County Court, Envelope 206: Re: Joseph Snodgrass 
Estray--Bull; Warrant & Certificate.

3 Apr 1812 -- Isaac Snodgrass married Hannah Baker; by Joshua Hickman; 
bond dated 29 Mar, bondsman Wm. Snodgrass. 
Note: Minister's return has bride's name as Hanah Baten.

11 Sep 1812 -- Estate Book 1, page 237: Inventory of John Snodgrass
deceased. Wm. Snodgrass, administrator. 

30 Mar 1813 -- Monongalia Superior Court, Envelope 174-A: 
Elisha Clayton summoned to answer Joseph King in a plea of trespass
on the case damage $1000, 30 Mar and 20 Apr 1813.
Note signed by Clayton and King dated 19 Apr 1813 whereby they
settled their dispute and Clayton promised to pay King $40 in trade
within one year, and Clayton to pay his own cost of the suit, 
witnessed by Noah (x) Clayton and Mary M. (x) Clayton.
"I promise to pay all costs that may accrue in an action of 
trespass on the case Joseph King, plaintiff, and Elisha Clayton, 
defendant, by the clerk certifying the same if the said King should
fail to do the same." 
Signed William Snodgrass and witnessed by Thos. P. Ray.
December 1813 Term, dismissed.

1813 -- Monongalia Superior Court, Envelope 174-A: Grand Jurors, 1813,
include William Snodgrass.

1813 -- Envelope 70A: Property list for the year 1813 in the 
district of Rawley Martin:
Joseph Snodgrass: 2 white males 16+, 2 horses
Wm. Snodgrass Jr.: 1 white male 16+, 2 horses
William Snodgrass: 1 white male 16+, 3 horses
Elisha Snodgrass: 1 white male 16+, 2 horses
Isaac Snodgrass: 1 white male 16+, 1 horse

1813 -- Monongalia County Court, Envelope 165: Clerk Nimrod Evans'
papers, 1798-1813. List of John Evan's Clerk's notes include the
name of Charles Snodgrass.

1813 -- County Court, Envelope 210: Barbara Snodgrass vs. 
George D. Barnes.
Action on Scrire facias; Summons, Scire facias.

1813 -- County Court, Envelope 212: William Snodgrass vs. 
Zackquill Morgan.
Covenants; Narr., Capias, Capias bond, Note.

ca. 1814 -- Brinkley M. Snodgrass born, s/o Elisha & 
Eleanor Snodgrass. 
Ref: 2nd marriage of Brinkley, 28 Jan 1864, Marion Co.
[vss - Brinkley Snodgrass m1. 1838 Delaware Co IN, Esther Johnson,
and he had some land dealings 1850 and 1854 Cumberland Co IL; 

1814 -- County Court, Envelope 222: 
Re: Joshua Hickman, Jacob Wagner 
(John Shriver, Decd., Isaac Matthews & Ebinezer Snodgrass). 
[vss - there is no Ebenezer Snodgrass! I wonder what it really says]
Bond: Executors.

16 Apr 1816 -- Land Entry Book: 
Elisha Snodgrass, 12 acres Faroes Run near Joseph Holt et al.

28 Apr 1816 -- Wm. Snodgrass m. Letha Nash, by William G. Lowman; bond
dated 24 Apr, bondsman John Jolliffe. 
Note: Minister's return has bride's name as Petishe Nash.
[vss - Letitia Nash - this is from p. 36 of book "Marriage Bond 
Records Monongalia County, (West) Virginia 1796-1850", compiled by
Mrs. Owen Crickard, Rt. 1, Box 218, Beverly, WV, 26253, publ. 1977,
so I wonder where the Letha and Petishe come from!]

19 Dec 1816 -- Martha Snodgrass, d/o William Snodgrass, married 
Wm. Hawkins; bondsman John Deakin [John Dicken].
[vss - William Snodgrass d. 1832 names dau. Martha Hawkins in 
his 1831 will]

1818 -- Preston County formed from Monongalia County.
----------------------------

1820 Monongalia Co Census 

page 197A:
William Snodgrass = 1 m 18-26, 3 m 26-45, 1 m 45+, 1 f 45+.
William Snodgrass Jr. = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 
3 f 0-10, 2 f 10-16, 1 f 45+.
Isaac Snodgrass = 1 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 0-10, 1 f 26-45.
Elisha Snodgrass = 4 m 0-10, 2 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 2 m 45+, 
1 f 0-10, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-45.
Joseph Snodgrass = 2 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 
1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 26-45.
-------------------------

1822 -- County Court, Envelope 296:
Re: Elijah Dumm, Capt.
Richard Tennant, Lieut.
Theophilias Minor Jr., Ensign
Abraham Shriver, Lieut.
William Cox, Ensign
Elijah Morgan, Lieut.
Morgan Morgan, Ensign
Elisha Snodgrass, Lieut.
Robert Cunningham, Ensign
Military Affairs; Recommendation for appointments.

4 May 1822 -- Land Entry Book: John W. Snodgrass, 25 acres adj. 
Wm. Snodgrass, Farrows Run. [vss - John W. s/o William Snodgrass
and Anne King]

25 Jul 1822 -- Jeremiah Snodgrass married Uphamey Clayton, daughter
of Elisha Clayton; bondsman Lemuel Snodgrass. 
[vss - Lemuel is Jeremiah's brother - they are sons of Francis 
Snodgrass & Rachel Smith; Jeremiah & Euphamey are on 1850 Ritchie Co]

15 Jul 1823 -- Lemuel Snodgrass married Jane Stephens, 
by William Hawkins; bond dated 10 Jul, Bondsman Nathan Snodgrass. 
[vss - s/o William Snodgrass d. 1832, Nathan is Lemuel's uncle]

1824 -- County Court, Envelope 312: 
Re: Jacob Talkington, John Smith, John Springer, Wm. Snodgrass Jr.,
Seth Stafford, Wm. Stewart, Abraham Wilson, William Wilson, 
Gabriel Williams. Accts. for road work.

1824 -- Francis H. Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage records of Francis, 4 Sep 1890 in Ritchie Co., 
10 Nov 1892 in Ritchie Co., & 21 Jun 1899 in Marion Co.; 
death record of Francis, 12 May 1905 in Marion Co.

25 May 1824 (or ca. 1828) -- Isaac I. Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage record of Isaac, 25 Mar 1883, Doddridge Co.; death
record of Isaac, 19 May 1899, Doddridge Co. 
[vss - this refers to Isaac Y. Snodgrass s/o John & Anna Bateson
and he would have been born in Harrison Co.!]

1825?-- County Court, Envelope 321-A: Re: Elias Hoskinson, 
James Kelly, Wm. Swearingen, Archibald Shuttlesworth, Wm. Thomas, 
Jacob Barns, Reuben Wolcott, Wm. Stewart, Wm. Snodgrass.
Surveyors; 9 Accts. for road work.

ca. 1825 -- Elisha L. Snodgrass born. [s/o Jeremiah & Euphamey]
Ref: 1860 Census, Gilmer Co.

ca. 1825 -- Sarina Snodgrass born d/o Lemuel Snodgrass & Jane Stephens. 
Ref: Biographical sketch of Ronald Matthew Baker, Lincoln Co. <Note: 
Bio. sketches are not known for being accurate as to dates & locations.>
[vss - Serena Jane Snodgrass m. 1842 Monongalia John W. Keck]

30 Jan 1825 -- Wm. Snodgrass [William Snodgrass b. ca 1084] married 
Keziah Dawson, d/o Thomas Dawson, by Revd. William Hawkins; bond 
dated 28 Jan, bondsman Andrew Hayhurst.
Note: The minister's return gives the bride's name as Rosale Dawson. 
[vss - this William just might be s/o John & Anna Bateson; he & 
Keziah moved to IN and court cases settling John Snodgrass' estate
1874 Marion Co WV say his son "William Snodgrass of IN"]

8 Aug 1825 -- Land Entry Book, Elisha Snodgrass, 37 ac. Farows Run,
5 acres, Paw Paw Creek.

1826 -- County Court, Envelope 329-A: Re: William Swearingen,
Peter Youst, William Snodgrass Jr., Peter Straight, John E_ner, 
Seth Stafford, John Cunningham, John Smith, Isaac Riggs. 
Surveyors; 9 Accts. for road work.

1827 -- County Court, Envelope 337-A: Re: Abraham Shriver, 
Isaac Riggs, John Corrothers Jr., Wm. Stewart, Jacob Pindall, 
William Park, William Snodgrass, Rawley Martin, Anthony Smith.
Accounts for services on road.

25 Sep 1827 -- Wm. Snodgrass married [m2] Mary Prickett, d/o Thomas 
Prickett [Pritchard / Prichard], by Revd. William Hawkins; 
bond dated 12 Sep, bondsman Benjamin Hayhurst. 
[vss - this is William s/o Wm. d. 1832, he m1. Ann King - 
see Ritchie Co for family]

ca. 1828 -- Charles M. Snodgrass born. 
[s/o John Snodgrass & Anna Bateson]
Ref: 2nd marriage of Charles, 3 Dec 1874, Marion Co.

ca. 1818 -- A. R. Snodgrasss born. 
Ref: 2nd marriage of A. R., 30 Apr 1888, Wetzel Co.

1828 -- County Court, Envelope 345-A: Re: Noah Ridgway, Moses Cox, 
Daniel Knox, John Knox, Isaac Camp, Baltzer Hess, James Brand, James
Brand Jr., Jacob Pindall, Jacob Scott, Ben. B. Thorn, P. Wisman, 
Wm. G. Sowman heirs, L. Pindall, E. Cox, A. Cox, J. Smith, J. Sniders
heirs, A. Arnett's heirs, B. Kugle [vss - Benj. Coogle], A. Valentine,
Wm. Rice, Michael Floyd, Wm. Snodgrass [William Snodgrass], 
J. Snodgrass heirs, D. Hayhurst [David Hayhurst], John Merrell 
[John Merrill], Elisha Snodgrass.
Sum. to show cause, etc. (Road).

1828 -- County Court, Envelope 347-A: Re: Elisha Snodgrass, 
surveyor. Order of appointment. M

1829 -- County Court, Envelope 355: Re: Robert Shearer, Apprentice, 
Jeremiah Snodgrass. Indenture.

8 Nov 1829 -- Julianne Snodgrass, d/o Elisha Snodgrass, married 
Wm. Beaty [William Beaty], by Revd. William Hawkins; 
bond dated 2 Nov, bondsman Elisha Snodgrass. 

7 Jan 1830 -- Joseph S. Snodgrass married Dorcas Thorn, 
d/o Eliz. Thorn, by Rev. William Hawkins; bond dated 4 Jan, 
bondsman Elizabeth Thorn. 

1830 -- County Court, Envelope 362: Re: Nicholas B. Madera, 
Wm. Hawkins, Joseph D. Hill, Thomas Decker, Jonathan Prentiss, 
David Musgrave, Jonathan J. Pitcher, Wm. Reed, Jeremiah Snodgrass,
Godfrey Guseman, Francis Snodgrass, Michael Price. 
Owners; 3 Warrants of authority to impress teams, etc., for road work,
3 reports.

1830 -- County Court, Envelope 362-A: Re: John Shriver, John Willey, 
Charles Snodgrass, Jacob Shriver, Seth Stafford, Zackquill Pierpoint, 
Jones Vandervort, Joel Ridgeway. Owners; Report of viewers for 
services of teams & c. on road.
[vss - this Charles Snodgrass would be s/o Charles d. 1808; 
1830 Wood Co has him]
----------------------------

1830 Monongalia Co Census 

page 416: 
Elisha Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 3 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 40-50, 
1 f 5-10, 2 f 15-20, 1 f 40-50, 1 f 60-70.

page 417: 
William Snodgrass = 1 m 10-15, 2 m 30-40, 1 m 70-80, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 70-80.
William Snodgrass Jr. = 1 m 15-20, 1 m 40-50, 
1 f 0-5, 2 f 5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 20-30.
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 f 15-20.
Jeremiah Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 30-40,
1 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
Rachel Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 20-30, 1 f 50-60.

page 418: 
William Snodgrass = 1 m 30-40, 3 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.
--------------------------------------------

1831 -- Sims Index: Elisha Snodgrass, 37 acres, Farrow's Run, 
Book 7, page 361.

6 Jan 1831 -- Sarah Snodgrass, d/o Joseph Snodgrass, married 
John Musgrave, by Rev. Wm. Hawkins; bond dated 5 Jan, bondsman 
Francis Snodgrass. 

1831 -- County Court, Envelope 382: Re: Josiah F. Wilson, 
Barrick Watkins, John Weaver, John Wiley, Wm. Thomas, Elisha 
Snodgrass, Silas Stevens.
Surveyors: Accounts for services on road.

1831 -- County Court, Envelope 382: Re: John Wiley, Francis 
Stansberry, Elisha Snodgrass, Anthony Smith, Jacob Swi___ 
[Jacob Swisher ?]. Owners; Warrant to impress team, etc. 
Report of viewers on value of services.

Mar 1831 -- Deed Book OS11, page 14: Jeremiah Snodgrass bought from 
Elijah Morgan et al, 8 acres on Big Paw Paw.

10 Mar 1831 -- Fanny Snodgrass [Frances Snodgrass], d/o Wm. Snodgrass,
married Nicholas Baker, by Rev. Wm. Hawkins; bond dated 5 Mar, 
bondsman William Snodgrass.
<1850 Marion Co., VA>

7 Oct 1831 -- Will Book 1, page 63: Will of William Snodgrass, 
dated 7 Oct 1831, proved May Court 1832.
I, William Snodgrass of the county of Monongalia 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 just debts
if any there be shall be paid out of the parishable part of my 
estate and funeral expences paid. After the payment of my debts 
and funeral expenses I give to my wife Barbara one cow and one 
horse creature. 3rd I give to my three sons Michael, Benjamin 
and Nathan one cow each and also all my land to be equally 
divided agreeable to quality and quantity. Michael is to have
the middle part including the dwelling house. Benjamin is to have
the lower part and Nathan is to have the upper part and the said 
Michael, Benjamin and Nathan is to have firewood and timber to make
rails each one from my part of the aforesaid land so long as they live. 
4thly, I give to my son William Snodgrass one cow ---. 
[5thly ?] I give to my son Isaac Snodgrass one dollar and fifty cents.
6thly I give to my grandsons William, Jeremiah, Lemuel and Francis 
Snodgrass heirs of my son Francis deceased one dollar each, all the
foregoing legacies to be enjoyed by them and their heirs and assigns
forever. 7thly all the rest of the estate of whatsoever and it may
be I give to my two daughters Martha Hawkins, Isabella Satterfield
to be possessed and enjoyed by them and their heirs forever. 
And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint David Musgrave and my
son Michael Snodgrass executors of this my last will and testament 
hereby revoking all other or former wills or testament by me 
heretofore made. 
In witness where unto set my hand and seal this 7 day of Oct 1831.
William Snodgrass (seal)
Signed, sealed, published and declared by William Snodgrass and for
his last will and testament in the presence and herein of us who at
his request and in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses.
Richard Clayton William Baker
At a court held for Monongalia County May term 1832 the last will and 
testament of William Snodgrass dec'd was produced in court duly proven
by oath of Richard Clayton a witness thereto and at July term in the
year of 1832 was again produced in court duly proven by the oath of
William Baker the other subscriber witness thereto and ordered to 
be recorded.
Attest: Thos. P. Ray, Clerk

1832 -- County Court, Envelope 391: Re: Anthony Smith, William 
Tennant, Garret Thomas, John Satterfield, Elisha Snodgrass, Henry
Shaver, Larkin Pierpoint, Hezekiah Moran, Seth Knight, James Robinson.
Certificates for work done on road.

1832 -- County Court, Envelope 392: 
Re: David Musgrave, Executor, Wm. Snodgrass, dec. Bond.

ca. 1833-1835 -- Jesse F. Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage records of Jesse, 5 Nov 1890 & 1 Jun 1893, Doddridge Co.

1833 -- County Court, Envelope 399:
Re: Joseph Alton, Hillery Boggess, Jos. S. Snodgrass 
[Joseph S. Snodgrass s/o Joseph & Rachel], James Floyd, Wm. Wilson,
James Heel and Samuel Hanway.
Surveyors; Orders of appointment, etc.

14 Nov 1833 -- Enos Erwin Snodgrass born, s/o William Burl Snodgrass
& Mary Joliffe (Snodgrass) Snodgrass. 
<Ref: Pension application of Enos, Marion Co.; Appendix 1 
(The Blue Book); 1st marriage of Enos, 25 Aug 1856, Marion Co.; 
2nd marriage of Enos, 19 Oct 1887, Marion Co.; 1850 census, Marion
Co., #440/440; 1870 census, Marion Co., #236/236; 1880 census, Marion
Co., Fairmont Dist., page 17; 1900 census, Marion Co., Fairmont 
Dist., 17-49-4-77; 1910 census, Marion Co., Fairmont Dist., 
page 116, #138/146; cemetery record, 11 Jun 1925, Marion Co.; 
reportedly died in Old Soldiers' Home, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH.>

17 Nov 1833 -- Neomia Snodgrass, d/o Wm. Snodgrass, married 
Davis Meredith; by Rev. Wm. Hawkins; bond dated 13 Nov, 
bondsman Wm. Snodgrass. 
Note: Minister's return gives the bride's name as Nancy Snodgrass. 

1834 -- County Court, Envelope 404-C: Henry Pattee and Co. vs. 
Elisha Snodgrass. 
Debt; Narrative, Capias, Note, Plea, Payments and Memo.

1834 -- County Court, Envelope 406: Commonwealth vs. Elisha Snodgrass.
Misfeasance; 2 Summons, Indictment.

1834 -- County Court, Envelope 409: Re: Elisha Snodgrass.
Certificate for road work.

28 Aug 1834 -- John W. Snodgrass married Margaret Dudley, d/o Samuel
Dudley, by Rev. Wm. S. Morgan; bond dated 25 Aug, bondsman Asa Dudley.

1835 -- County Court, Envelope 412-C: John S. Chisler vs. 
Jeremiah Snodgrass.
Debt; Summons and Bond.

1835 -- County Court, Envelope 413: Robert McGee vs. Joseph Snodgrass.
Debt; Summons; J.P.

1835 -- County Court, Envelope 413: Michael Snodgrass vs. John Mason.
Debt; Summons; J.P.

1835 -- County Court, Envelope 419: Re: Thomas Pratt, William 
Swearingen, James Scott, Joseph W. Stewart, Caleb Tansey, Jeremiah
Snodgrass, Jesse M. Trippett, Jeremiah Stilwell, Nimrod Tennant?, 
Benjamin Toothman. Constables.

1835 -- County Court, Envelope 419: Re: Jere Snodgrass 
[Jeremiah Snodgrass], Elias Dudley, Constables, Rawley C. Dent.
3 Bonds, 2 Recommendations.

ca. 1836 -- John C. Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage record of John C., 1871 in Barbour Co.

1836 -- County Court, Envelope 422-A: John Rogers vs. Clayton & 
Snodgrass.
Debt; Cap., Recog. of Bail.

1836 -- County Court, Envelope 426-A: Robert McGee vs. 
Joseph Snodgrass.
EX. (Debt); Casa.

1836 -- Circuit Superior Court, Envelope 470-B: Isaac Snodgrass & 
John Gray vs. Charles Boyles & Daniel Minney.
Ex. (Debt); Fifa, /E

7 Apr 1836 -- Isabella H. Snodgrass, d/o Rachel Snodgrass, married 
James P. Arnett, by Rev. Wm. Hawkins; bond dated 6 Apr, 
bondsman John Musgrave.

18 Jul 1836 -- Will Book 1, page 228: Will of Benjamin Snodgrass of 
Monongalia Co., VA, dated 18 Jul 1836. Nephew Nicholas Baker to 
receive all real estate and all personal belongings, and is to be
executor.
Proved Marion Co - April Court 1853. 
[vss - Benjamin s/o William who d.1832 Monongalia]

19 Sep 1836 -- Nathan J. Snodgrass married Matilda Decker [Dicken], 
d/o Barbary Decker [Barbara (Hardinger) Dicken], by Revd. Wm. Hawkins; 
bondsman William Baker. 
[see Ritchie Co]

19 Dec 1836 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass, d/o Elisha Snodgrass, married 
Jared Evans; bondsman Elisha Snodgrass.

ca. 1837 -- Francis C. Snodgrass born, s/o Francis & Mary Snodgrass. 
Ref: Death record of Francis C., Barbour Co.

ca. 1837 -- John C. Snodgrass born, s/o Jeremiah & [Euphamy Clayton]
Snodgrass. Ref: Marriage of John, 12 Feb 1859, Ritchie Co.

1837 -- County Court, Envelope 435-B: Michael Snodgrass vs. 
John Mason.
Ex. (debt); Casa. M

1837 -- County Court, Envelope 436-A: Re: Jonathan Stansbury, 
John Sutton, Hugh Sidwell, Benjamin Shriver, Daniel Showalter, 
Jeremiah Snodgrass, Elijah Snider, James C. Snider, Benjamin Snider,
Michael Shisler.
Surveyors; 10 accounts for road work.

1837 -- County Court, Envelope 436-A: Re: Henry Morgan and 
Elisha Snodgrass.
Summons regarding road.

1837 -- County Court, Envelope 437: Re: James Steele, Joseph W.
Stewart, Jeremiah Snodgrass, Purnell Simpson, James N. Scott, 
George Smith, William P. Ross, Joseph Parks, John J. Pierpoint.
Constables; Bond.

1837 -- Circuit Superior Court, Envelope 470-B: Snodgrass & Gray
vs. Bolyes & Minney.
Ex. Debt; Fifa. J

ca. 1838 -- Elijah C. Snodgrass born, s/o Jeremiah & E. Snodgrass. 
Ref: Marriage record of Elijah, 16 Oct 1856, Ritchie Co.

1838 -- County Court, Envelope 440-A: Jeremiah Snodgrass vs. 
Joshua Knight.
Debt; Cap., Nar., Special Plea, Note, (4) Recog. Bond and Memo.

1838 -- County Court, Envelope 440-A: Benjamin B. Barthelow & 
Eugenius S. Baydston vs. Samuel Snodgrass.
Debt; Cap, Nar, Note, Memo, Recog. Bond.
[vss - see 1839 County Court, Envelope 454-D - 
actually vs. Lemuel Snodgrass]

1838 -- County Court, Envelope 440-B: James Hayhurst vs. 
Jeremiah Snodgrass.
Debt; Nar., Cap., Recog. of Bail, Note and Memo.

1838 -- County Court, Envelope 447: Re: John W. Snodgrass, 
John Straight, Benjamin T. Snider, Joshua Shuman, James Snider,
John Lemley, Joel Ridgeway, James Robison, Joseph W. Stewart.
Surveyors; Acc'ts for work on roads.

1838 -- County Court, Envelope 449: Re: Elisha Snodgrass.
Order to work on bridge.

1 Feb 1838 -- Deed Book OS14-361: This Indenture made this 1st day 
of Feby ... 1838 Between Enos Snodgrass [vss - s/o John & Anna Bateson]
and Rachel his wife of Harrison Co., VA, of the one part and John W. 
Snodgrass of Monongalia Co., and state aforesaid... Enos Snodgrass &
Rachael T. his wife ... for the sum of $80...sell...unto the said 
John W. Snodgrass ...1/10 part of an undivided tract of land 
containing 168 acres by survey...in Monongalia Co., on a branch of
Pharoahs Run, it being part of a tract Charles Snodgrass died seized
of and descended to his daughter Mary Snodgrass now Mary Floyd and
formerly Mary Fleharty - it being a part of the same place George 
Bird now lives on some part of said tract claimed by John Smith senr. 
The said John Snodgrass to have and to hold...
Enos Snodgrass
Rachel T. (x) Snodgrass
(Acknowledged in court 1 Feb 1838 & recorded 1 May 1837 <sic>)
[vss - see 5 Apr 1839 deed; Mary Snodgrass m1. Fluharty; m2. Floyd
.... need to find other evidence of Mary Snodgrass d/o Charles & 
her marriages!]

23 Jul 1838 -- William Oliver Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Death record of William, 27 Nov 1906, Marion Co.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 450: Presley Martin vs. Elijah Hoult
& Thomas H. Snodgrass.
Debt; 2 Caps., Memo.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 450-A: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Geo. Cowan & Arthur Cowan.
(blank)

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 450-A: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Job Meredith & Elijah Hoult.
Debt; Memo., Capias, Nar., and Bond.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 450-B: Barthelow & Boydston 
vs. Samuel Snodgrass.
Debt on Bond; Bond, Forthcoming. 
[vss - see 1839 County Court, Envelope 454-D - 
actually Lemuel Snodgrass]

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 450-B: Jeremiah Snodgrass 
vs. Zackquill M. West.
Debt; Warrant for Attachment.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 451: Thomas S. Haymond 
vs. Joseph S. Snodgrass.
Debt; Forthcoming bond.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 451: Thomas S. Haymond 
vs. J. & J. Snodgrass.
Debt; Narrative, Capias, Recog. of bail, Memo., Note.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 451-A: Jere Snodgrass 
vs. Zackquill M. West.
Debt; Forthcoming Bond.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-B: Thomas S. Haymond 
vs. Joseph Snodgrass & Jeremiah Snodgrass.
Ex. (Debt); Fifa.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-C: Thornton F. Hurry 
vs. Amos Danley, Jonathan Danley, & Amos Snodgrass.
Ex. (Debt); Fifa. /H

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-C: Jeremiah Snodgrass 
vs. Zackquill M. West.
Ex (debt); Casa. /KL

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-C: Thomas S. Haymond 
vs. Joseph S. Snodgrass et al.
Ex. (Debt); Fifa. /H

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-C: Benjamin Barthlow & E. Boydston
vs. Lemuel Snodgrass & Francis Snodgrass.
Ex (forthcoming Bond); Fifa. /KL

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-D: Barthelow & Boydston -- 
Assignees of Elisha Snodgrass vs. Lemuel Snodgrass.
Ex.; Casa. /KL

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 454-E: Jeremiah Snodgrass 
vs. Joshua Knight.
Ex. (Debt); Fifa. vh

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 455: Re: John A. Willey, James Neal,
Tassey Morrison, John E. Price, Ben. Straight, Jeremiah Snodgrass,
Ben. Sapp, Elisha Snodgrass.
Owners; Allowances for teams & wagons used on roads.

1839 -- County Court, Envelope 457: Re: Moses H. Wells, Isaac 
Trader, Joshua Thorn, Jere Snodgrass, Joel Ridgway, John Runner,
James Piles, John Pricket, Uriah Miller.
Fox Scalps; Certificates for killing foxes. HJ

1839 -- Circuit Superior Court, Envelope 470-D: Richard Morris 
vs. Jere Snodgrass.
Ex. (debt); Fifa.

1839 -- Circuit Superior Court, Envelope 470-D: Jonathan H. Haymond 
vs. Jeremiah Snodgrass & Ezekiel Clayton. 
Ex. (Debt); Fifa. /E

1839 -- Circuit Superior Court, Envelope 470-D: Jonathan H. Haymond 
vs. Jeremiah Snodgrass.
Ex. (Debt); Fifa. /E

29 Jan 1839 -- Amos Snodgrass m. Elizabeth Danley, d/o John Danley,
by Revd. Wm. Hawkins; bondsman Jonathan Danley.

5 Apr 1839 -- Deed Book OS15-329: This Indenture made this 5 Apr 1839
Between John W. Snodgrass and Margaret his wife of the one part and 
Michael Snodgrass of the other part all of Monongalia Co., VA...sum of
$80...sell...one-tenth part of an undivided tract of land containing 
168 acres by survey being same more or less lying & being in the county
of Monongalia on a branch of Pharoahs river it being part of a tract
Charles Snodgrass died seized of and descended to his daughter 
Mary Snodgrass now Mary Floyd and formerly Mary Flaharty & being a 
part of the same place George Bride [? Bird] now lives on some part
of said tract claimed by John Smith senr. the sd. Michael Snodgrass
to have and to hold...
John W. Snodgrass
Margaret Snodgrass
(Acknowledged in court 6 Apr 1839 & recorded 22 Jul 1839).
[see 1 Feb 1838 Monongalia deed]

ca. 1840 -- Sarah Snodgrass born, d/o Jeremiah & Euphemia. 
Ref: Marriage of Sarah, 9 Dec 1863, Ritchie Co.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 458: Elisha Snodgrass 
vs. Moses McCurdy & Benjamin McCurdy.
Debt; Narrative, Capias, Bail, 2 notes.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 458: Presley Martin vs. Elijah Hoult
& Thomas H. Snodgrass.
Debt; Narrative, Capias, Bail, Note, Memo.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 459: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Benjamin McCurdy, William Kennedy.
Debt on Bond; F. C. Bond.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 459: John Harvey and Co. 
vs. Joseph Snodgrass.
Debt; Summons. JP

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 459-A: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Benjamin McCurdy & Rawley Morris.
Debt; Nar, Caps, Bail, Note, Memo.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 459-A: John D. Baird vs. 
Joseph S. Snodgrass.
Action in Debt; Capias, Narr., Note, Attachment.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 459-C: James Morris vs. 
Lemuel Snodgrass.
Debt; Narrative, Capias, Memo., Recog. of Bail.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 463-E: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Benjamin McCurdy et al.
Ex (debt); Fifa. /KL

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 463-E: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Ben McCurdy.
Ex. (Debt on Bond); Fifa. /E

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 463-F: Thomas S. Haymond vs. 
J. S. Snodgrass et al.
Ex.; Fifa. /E

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 463-F: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Benj. McCurdy. (Debt) Ex.; Casa.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 463-F: John D. Baird, assignee 
of Pinkney B. Arnett vs. 
Joseph S. Snodgrass. Ex. (Debt); Fifa.

1840 -- County Court, Envelope 464: Re: Barnett Whitlatch, Jonah
Vandevort, Elisha Snodgrass, Thos. Barry, Jacob Debolt, Thomas Hall,
John Hall, Levi _____. Owners; (illegible).
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1840 Monongalia Co Census 

Eastern Monongalia, page 56:
Henry Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.

Western Monongalia, page 104:
Amos Snodgrass = 1 m 20-30, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 20-30.
Elisha Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 50-60, 
1 f 10-15, 1 f 20-30, 1 f 50-60.
Isaac Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 40-50, 1 m 50-60, 
1 f 10-15, 2 f 15-20, 1 f 50-60.
William Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 50-60, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40.
Nathan Snodgrass = 1 m 0-5, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30.

Western Monongalia, page 108:
J. W. Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 20-30, 1 f 20-30. 
[vss - John Wesley Snodgrass m. 1834 Margaret Dudley]

Western Monongalia, page 110:
Francis Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 1 f 20-30, 1 f 50-60.

Western Monongalia, page 115:
Jerh. Snodgrass = 2 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 2 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 40-50, 
1 f 0-5, 2 f 5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40.

Western Monongalia, page 117:
Joseph Snodgrass = 1 m 5-10, 1 m 15-20, 2 m 20-30, 
1 f 0-5, 1 f 5-10, 1 f 20-30.

Western Monongalia, page 124:
Lemuel Snodgrass = 3 m 0-5, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 30-40, 
3 f 0-5, 2 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40.
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24 Nov 1840 -- Mary Ann Snodgrass, d/o Elisha Snodgrass, married 
Simeon Danley, by Revd. John Smith; bondsman Elisha Snodgrass.

1841 -- County Court, Envelope 472-D: John D. Snider, Assignee
of L. M. Zest, Assignee of Ezekiel Clayton vs. Joseph Snodgrass.
Debt; 2 summonses. J.P.

1841 -- County Court, Envelope 473-C: Peter Lynch vs. Nelson Snodgrass.
Debt; Cap, Nar, Note, Memo, Plea, Bond, 7 Summons.

1841 -- County Court, Envelope 476-E: John D. Baird vs. 
Joseph Snodgrass. 
Ex.; Fifa. /E

1841 -- County Court, Envelope 476-E: John Snider vs. Jos. Snodgrass.
Debt; Casa. J.P.

1841 -- County Court, Envelope 476-E: John D. Snider vs. 
Joseph Snodgrass.
Debt; Casa. J.P. /E

ca. 1842 -- Caroline A. Snodgrass born, d/o Nathan & Matilda Snodgrass. 
Ref: Marriage of Caroline, 7 Jun 1860, Ritchie Co.

ca. 1842 -- John C. Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage record of John, 4 Nov 1888 in Ritchie Co.

1842 -- Marion County formed from Harrison & Monongalia Counties.

1842 -- County Court, Envelope 481-C: Peter Lynch vs. 
Nelson Snodgrass & Elisha Snodgrass.
Debt; Note, Memo, Vaps., Recog. Bond, Plea, Nar.

1842 -- County Court, Envelope 485-A: Peter Lynch vs. 
N. & E. Snodgrass.
Ex. (Costs); Fifa, Bond. C-

14 Oct 1842 -- Serena Jane Snodgrass, d/o Lemuel Snodgrass, 
married John W. Keck; bondsman Lemuel Snodgrass.

16 Jan 1844 -- George Thomas Snodgrass born 
(Civil War pension application of George, Belmont Co., OH)

30 Sep 1847 -- Lelah J. Snodgrass, d/o Lemuel Snodgrass, married 
Wm. E. Fry, by Revd. A. Haines; bond dated 28 Sep.

16 Jan 1848 -- Frances S. Snodgrass married Amelia Province, 
d/o Jesse Province, by Revd. A. Haines; bond dated 15 Jan, 
bondman Jesse Province.

ca. 1851 -- Francis E. Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage of F. E., 26 Dec 1875, Marion Co.

1851 -- County Court, Envelope 564-B: Benjamin Lewis for use of
Richard Lewis vs. Lemuel Snodgrass.
Debt; Nar, Note.

1853 -- Circuit Court, Envelope 663-C: Elisha Snodgrass vs. 
Enos Snodgrass.
Ex. (Costs) (Chancery); Fifa. /E

1855 -- Circuit Superior Court, Envelope 663-C: Nelson & 
Elisha Snodgrass vs. Peter Lynch.
Ex. (Supersedeas Proceedings); Fifa. /MM

15 Jun 1873 -- Cornelia B. Snodgrass, 21, b. Belmont Co., OH, 
d/o Henry & Elizabeth, married James I./J. Phillips, 21, 
b. Monongalia Co., son of Wm. & Sarah (Book B, page 31).

18 Nov 1875 -- Clinton Snodgrass, 22, b. Marion Co., s/o Eugenius
& Jane, m. Matilda R. Sni_ter [Snider ?], 23, b. Monongalia Co., 
d/o Samuel B. & Elizabeth (Book B, page 36).
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1880 Monongalia Co WV Census 

Morgantown Dist., page 14:
W. C. Snodgrass 30-M-VA/VA/VA minister [Winfield C. Snodgrass]
Laura L. Snodgrass 29-F-VA/VA/OH wife [Laura L. McConnell]
Orrin W. Snodgrass 9-M-WV/VA/VA son
Harlin E. Snodgrass 7-M-WV/VA/VA son
Clara Snodgrass 5-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Persie Snodgrass 4-F-WV/VA/VA daughter 
[Perris, b. 1876 Ohio Co WV]
Gertrude Snodgrass 2-F-WV/VA/VA daughter
Ray T. Snodgrass 3m-M-WV/VA/VA son (b. Feb. 1880) 
[Rhey Thompson Snodgrass]
[vss - 1850 Ritchie Co VA/WV with parents, Elisha L. & Mary; 
1860 Gilmer Co w/parents; m. 1869 Tyler Co WV; 1870 Jackson Co WV;
1900 Union Co NJ]
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ca. 1915 -- Mary Kathryn Snodgrass born. 
Ref: Marriage record of Mary, 4 Dec 1936, Marion Co.
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1920 Monongalia Co WV Census/Soundex 

Morgantown, Deckers Creek Blvd., 36-104-6-56:
Lewis Snodgrass 42-M-OH [Lewis / Louis W. Snodgrass] 
[s/o George Thomas Snodgrass & Mary M. Moore]
Anna Snodgrass 37-F-Belgium wife 
[Anna Remy; m. 1903 Ohio Co. WV]
Russell Snodgrass 14-M-OH son [Russell Theodore Snodgrass]
Louisa Snodgrass 12-F-OH daughter [Alice Louisa Snodgrass]
Virginia Snodgrass 8-F-WV daughter [Emma Virginia Snodgrass]
George Snodgrass 3y9m-M-WV son
---------------------------------

4 Jul 1923 -- Alice Louisa Snodgrass, age 16, b. Martins Ferry, OH,
res. Morgantown, WV, d/o Lewis Snodgrass & Annie Remy; married 
Victor Carlton Friend, age 30, b. Garrett Co., MD, miner, 
res. Morgantown, WV, s/o Alfred Friend & Elizabeth McCabe; 
at Morgantown, WV, by Oren H. Baker (Book 13, page 494).

8 Nov 1924 -- Pearl Snodgrass, 23, student, b. Wetzel Co., 
res. Smithfield, WV, d/o Wm. Riley Snodgrass & Mae Campbell; 
married Bryan Lewellyn Wade, 22, agronomist, b. Monongalia Co.,
res. Morgantown, WV, s/o Emory L. Wade & Rebecca Simpkins; 
at Morgantown, WV, by John A. Vollenweider (Book 14, page 466).

1925 -- County Court, Envelope 900:
L. W. Snodgrass vs. B. A. Zubriskas.
Detinue; Summons, Contract. J.P. /K

4 May 1929 -- Russell Theodore Snodgrass, 24, b. Martins Ferry, OH, 
res. Warren, OH, s/o L. W. Snodgrass & Anna Remy; 
married Nellie Blanche Shriver, 22, b. Monongalia Co., 
res. Morgantown, dau. of Ed Shriver & Hattie Kelley; 
at Morgantown, WV, by Sheridan Watson Bell (Book 17, page 266).

17 Aug 1929 -- Emma Virginia Snodgrass, age 18, b. & res. Morgantown,
d/o L. W. Snodgrass & Anna Remy; married John Craig, 26, miner, 
b. Preston Co., WV, res. Morgantown, s/o Geo. H. Craig & Kezarah
Miller; at Morgantown, by O. W. Waters (Book 17, page 324).

8 May 1937 -- Harry A. Snodgrass, 38, construction foreman, b. & 
res. Smithfield, WV, s/o W. B. Snodgrass & Hattie Nutter; 
m. Virginia Maude Bonner, b. Meade Co., KS, res. Smithfield, WV,
d/o Frank Bonner & Melissa George; at Arnettsville, Monongalia Co., 
by I. A. Canfield (Book 21, page 242).

24 Jan 1939 -- Richard Snodgrass, 27, b. Shinnston, WV, 
s/o Francis R. Snodgrass & Flora Miller; married Maxine Moore, age 23,
b. Daybrook, WV, d/o Jake Moore & Sarah Henderson; at Enterprise, 
Harrison Co., WV, by John A. McKenny, Jr. (Book 23, page 84).

27 Jul 1946 -- Thelma M. Snodgrass, 21, b. 30 Dec 1924 at Hazel Green,
WV, d/o Trevey Snodgrass & Grace Summers; married Harold L. Davis, 22,
b. 4 Jul 1924 at Morgantown, s/o Homer C. Davis & Anora Lou Mason; 
at Morgantown, by L. H. Burns (Book 28, page 306).

1965 -- Gwendolyn Yvonne Snodgrass married --- (Book 41, page 584).

1967 -- Sandra K. Snodgrass married --- (Book 42, page 559).

1967 -- Mary Lee Snodgrass; married --- (Book 42, page 831).

1970 -- Romona Claudette Snodgrass; married --- (Book 44, page 214).
 

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Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, vol. 2--
pg. 547: Adonijah Little had a patent dated May 15, 1789, for four
hundred acres of land in Virginia on the west or upper side, at the
mouth, of Pawpaw Creek. This land adjoined Sand Creek and the 
Monongahela River, and on this farm he died before June 9, 1796, on
which date, with Calder Haymond as a witness, an agreement was entered
into among his heirs, namely: Keziah Little (widow); Keziah Verdin
(wife of Hugh); Elizabeth Battin (wife of Henry); Mary Longwell 
(wife of either Isaac or James); and with Charles Snodgrass as 
attorney for John (or Jehu) Little (of Bourbon Co., KY, in Nov 1796,
and of Jefferson Co., that state, in Sep 1796). 
<Note: This is Monongalia Co., VA/WV>
---------------------------- 

From The Virginia Genealogist, vol. 1-27 (1957-1983), Vol. 23, 
pg. 75 - Query: #2324 (March 1979). SNODGRASS-FOULTZ-MATHENY. 
Seeking parents and information about Charles Snodgrass (1742-1808)
of Monongalia Co., WV.
Children of first marriage: James, Jane, Susannah, John, William. 
Children of marriage to Barbara Foultz: Hiram, Eli, Beniah, 
Margaret, Joseph.
Barbara Snodgrass married Nathan Matheny in 1824 in Marietta, Ohio.
Burial site of Barbara unknown. 
Submitted by Mildred Fry, 1495 Thurell Road, Columbus, OH 43229 
[vss - Oct 1999 - Millie Fry, Caldwell, OH (frymi@nobleco.net), 
member of SCS, desc. of Chas.' son Hiram; 
neither 1 or 2 marr. of Chas. found to date ...]
 

############### end Monongalia Co WV ################ 
 

MONROE COUNTY 
(formed 1799 from Greenbrier County) 
SOURCES 

CEMETERY RECORDS West Virginia, Some Cemetery Records of Monroe & 
Kanawha Counties (Montgomery Co. Gen. Soc.) NS

CENSUS RECORDS 1850 - 1880 census transcription - NS

COURT RECORDS Film #174,676: Monroe Co., WV, order book - yes

LAND RECORDS Film #= index to deeds, grantor - yes

VITAL RECORDS Index to deaths (courthouse) yes

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RECORDS 

1801 -- Deed Book BC, p. 103: Robert Snodgrass to John Preston, mortgage ... pers. propty.

20 May 1802 -- Order book, page 288: A deed of trust from Robert Snodgrass to
John Preston was acknowledged by the said Robert Snodgrass & is ordered to be recorded.

8 Apr 1817 -- Elizabeth Snodgrass, d/o Robert Snodgrass, married 
John Commack / McCommack; Robert Snodgrass, sur.

9 Apr 1818 -- Martin Snodgrass married Esther Bland; John Hawkins,
Richard Jones, James Fitzgerald, sureties. <We have a copy of the original bond.>

1820 -- Deed Book G, page 176: Tilghman Snodgrass & Polly his wife to
Saml. Clark & Alexander Clark, 60 acres, Servey Run.

1824 -- Deed Book H, page 156: Tilghman Snodgrass & Polly his wife et al
to James Clark, 150 acres, Turkey Creek.

1871 -- Summers County formed from Greenbrier, Monroe, & Mercer Counties.

1913 -- Monroe Watchman, vol. 42, p. 17: obituary of Mrs. J. H. Snodgrass <need this>

3 Jul 1916 -- Caroline Elizabeth Snodgrass born, d/o Irven & Effie Snodgrass.

1931 -- Monroe Watchman, vol. 58, p. 48: obit. of Mrs. Geo. W. Snodgrass, age 85 <need this>

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MORGAN COUNTY

SOURCES

CEMETERY RECORDS
Graveyard History of Morgan Co., (VA) WV (Morgan Co. Hist. & Gen. Soc.)NS

CENSUS RECORDS
1880 census transcription - NS

HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Morgan Co., WV, and Its People (Morgan Co. Hist. & Gen. Soc.--1981)
unindexed, didn't do
Pavilion vs. Pavilion, or Polk's Choice (Hunter) <Berkeley Springs Hotel>
unindexed, didn't do

VITAL RECORDS
Morgan Co., VA/WV, Marriage Records, 1820-1865 (Morgan Co. Hist. & Gen.Soc.) NS

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RECORDS 

Morgan County formed 1820 from Berkeley & Hampshire Counties.
 

   
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