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Timothy SMITH was born on 24 AUG 1731 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Lydia COLBY. Timothy SMITH and Lydia COLBY were married on 1 FEB 1753 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Haverhill.) Children were: Anna SMITH, Hannah SMITH, Sarah SMITH, Samuel SMITH, Samuel SMITH, Timothy SMITH, William SMITH, James SMITH, Elizabeth SMITH.


Timothy SMITH was born on 16 JUN 1762 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Haverhill.) Parents: Timothy SMITH and Lydia COLBY.


Vashti SMITH was born on 5 OCT 1739 in Topsfield, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: "History of Joseph Smith By His Mother", Edited by Scot Facer Proctor & Maurine Jensen Proctor, 1996 Bookcraft, Salt Lake City, Utah. ISBN I-57008-267-7
Parents: Samuel SMITH II and Pricilla GOULD.

Spouse: Soloman CURTIS. Soloman CURTIS and Vashti SMITH were married on 15 SEP 1763.

Spouse: Jacob HOBBS. Jacob HOBBS and Vashti SMITH were married on 13 JUL 1767.


Veima SMITH was born on 28 OCT 1907. She died on 26 AUG 1961. Parents: Stephen SMITH and Ada GEE.


Vena SMITH was born in 1901 in Hiddenwood, Walworth County, South Dakota. She appeared in the census on 10 MAY 1910 in Hiddenwood, Walworth County, South Dakota. (living at home with father and mother.) (SOURCE: FHL Film 414876, "Ancestry and descendants of the Darien (New York) Colbys : genealogy of five Colby brothers who came to Darien from Canaan, New Hampshire, about 1812" by Rex Chase Bartlett.) Parents: John B. SMITH and Julia R. COLBY (twin).


Viola C. (Neal) SMITH was born on 6 APR 1854 in Barrington, Strafford County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 25 APR 1910 in Merrimac, Essex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 19 JAN 1920 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 1 MAR 1929 at Epping, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
Name: Viola J. Colby
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Death Place: Epping, , New Hampshire
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Spouse: Moses Colby
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Father: John P. Neal
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Mother: Elvira S. Hoyt
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Film Number: 2078690
Digital Folder Number: 4242863
Image Number: 401
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Collection: New Hampshire Death Records, 1654-1947
She was buried on 4 MAR 1929 in the Prospect Cemetery at Epping, Rockingham County, New Hampshire

Spouse: Moses Fellows COLBY. Moses Fellows COLBY and Viola C. (Neal) SMITH were married on 27 DEC 1908 in Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.


Walter C. SMITH was born in JUN 1893 in North Dakota. He appeared in the census on 12 JUN 1900 in Hiddenwood, Walworth County, South Dakota. (living at home with father and mother.) He appeared in the census on 10 MAY 1910 in Hiddenwood, Walworth County, South Dakota. (living at home with father and mother.) He died on 30 JUN 1938 at Walworth County, South Dakota. (SOURCE: FHL Film 414876, "Ancestry and descendants of the Darien (New York) Colbys : genealogy of five Colby brothers who came to Darien from Canaan, New Hampshire, about 1812" by Rex Chase Bartlett.) Parents: John B. SMITH and Julia R. COLBY (twin).

Spouse: Evelyn P. ELFRINK. Walter C. SMITH and Evelyn P. ELFRINK were married on 3 APR 1915 in Shelby, Walworth County, South Dakota.


Weldon Charles SMITH was born on 10 NOV 1860 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. Son of Charles White Smith and Lucy Ball Gage. He died on 23 JUN 1925 at Clifton, Iroquois County, Illinois. He was also known as Weston Charles Smith.

Spouse: Allie Mary COLBY. Weldon Charles SMITH and Allie Mary COLBY were married on 21 AUG 1889 in Clifton, Iroquois County, Illinois. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1321548; SMITH, Weldon C. Age: 29 years, Marriage: Allie M. COLBY Age: 22 years, Date: 21 Aug 1889; Recorded in: Iroquois, Illinois.) Children were: Cecil Weldon SMITH, Hawley Lester SMITH, Mildred Colby SMITH, Harold Colby SMITH, Kathryn SMITH, John Charles SMITH, Kenneth Arthur SMITH.


Wilbur Wallace SMITH was born on 4 AUG 1890 in South Dakota. He appeared in the census on 1 JUN 1900 in Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska. (living at home with father and mother.) He died in OCT 1966. Parents: Ephraim Houston SMITH and Cathrine Elmira COLBY.


William SMITH was christened/baptized on 14 AUG 1808 in Northill, Bedfordshire, England. He has Ancestral File Number 3W1J-7G. He died at England. SOURCE: 1. Parish record of Southill, Hamlet of Ireland, Bedford, England, by British Mission Gen. Dept. Order No. 2458 L.R.
2. Information from an Archive record: research done by Emma Crane Draper, 4215 - 26th ST., San Francisco, Calif 94131.
3. BAPTISM: Ancestral File shows 7 Jan 1956.
4. ENDOWED: Ancestral File shows 15 Feb 1957.
5. Film #599349 Parish Register Northill, Southill, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.
6. Film #826480 Parish Register Southill, Bedfordshire, England.
7. Salina Cemetery Records.
8. Ordinances checked on CFI 1976 Edition.
9. Film #087678 1851 census Southill, Bedfordshire, England.
10. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996, Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150
Parents: William SMITH and Molly WOODWARD.

Spouse: Mary WILES. William SMITH and Mary WILES were married on 14 MAY 1831 in Northill, Bedfordshire, England. Children were: Elizabeth SMITH, Ann SMITH, James SMITH, William James SMITH, Jane SMITH.

Spouse: Jane (SMITH). William SMITH and Jane (SMITH) were married about 1848 in Northill, Bedfordshire, England.


William SMITH was born date unknown. Parents: James SMITH and Elizabeth MOODY.


William SMITH was born on 16 FEB 1766 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Haverhill.) Parents: Timothy SMITH and Lydia COLBY.


William SMITH was born about 1779 in Northill, Bedfordshire, England. He has Ancestral File Number CF95-JM. He is reference number 52. SOURCE: 1. Film #826479, 826480 Parish Registers Northill, Bedford., England.
2. Film #086990 Caldecote Branch Records--death of Molly Woodward and her first baptism, P. 68.
3. Film #087678 1851 Census of Northill, #241196, 1841 Census of Northill.
4. Film #93397, P.R.'s of Northill Page 342.
5. IGI 1978 for baptisms and endowments and sealings.
6. Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996, Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150


Other marriages:
#2 William Md. (2) Jane

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Molly Woodward SMITH was baptized by Hy FOWLES, also Mary Ann, but she was cut-off 3 Apr 1859 according to Caldecote Branch Records #086990.

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Spouse: Molly WOODWARD. William SMITH and Molly WOODWARD were married on 21 MAY 1804 in Northill, Bedfordshire, England. Children were: George SMITH, William SMITH, John SMITH, Mary Ann SMITH.


William SMITH was born on 25 MAR 1796 in Francestown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Parents: John SMITH and Lucretia COLBY.


William SMITH was born on 13 MAR 1811 in Royalton, Windsor County, Vermont. He died on 13 NOV 1893.
Smith, William, a member of the Council of Twelve Apostles from 1835 to 1845, was the fifth son of Joseph Smith, sen., and Lucy Mack; born in Royalton, Windsor county, Vermont, March 13, 1811. He was baptized at an early period, and was a Teacher in the Church in 1831. He took a mission to Erie county, Pennsylvania, in December, 1832, to preach the gospel and call the Elders to Kirtland to attend a school of the Prophets. He was ordained to the office of a High Priest, under the hands of Sidney Rigdon, in council, on the 21st day of June, 1833. During the winter of 1833 he worked on a farm and chopped cord wood near Kirtland. He was married to Caroline Grant, daughter of Joshua and Thalia Grant, February 14, 1833, by whom he had two daughters—Mary Jane and Caroline L. He went to Missouri in [p.87] Zion's camp in 1834, and returned to Kirtland the same fall. He was appointed one of the Twelve Apostles at the organization of that quorum, at Kirtland, Feb. 15, 1835, under the hands of Oliver Cowdery, David Whitmer and Martin Harris. He accompanied the Twelve on their first mission through the Eastern States and returned with them to Kirtland in the fall. While Joseph Smith was presiding in a High Council, William rebelled against him in a very headstrong manner. At a debating school held in the house of Father Joseph Smith, Dec. 16, 1835, the Prophet Joseph told the brethren he feared it would not result in good, whereupon William, in a rage, commanded Joseph to leave the house, attempted to put him out and inflicted upon him personal injury, the effects of which he occasionally felt until his death. After Hyrum and the Twelve had labored with William for several days, he made confession and was forgiven. He removed to Far West with his family in the spring of 1838. After Joseph was taken prisoner and the mob began to drive out the Saints, William expressed himself in such a vindictive manner against Joseph that the Church suspended him from fellowship, May 4, 1839, at a general conference near Quincy. He went to Illinois and settled in Plymouth, Hancock county, keeping a tavern. William was restored to the fellowship of the Church through the intercession of Joseph and Hyrum; but when the Twelve went to England, instead of accompanying them, according to the commandment of the Lord, he remained on his farm at Plymouth. He published a letter in the "Times and Seasons," Dec. 1, 1840, making an apology for neglecting to go on his mission upon the ground of poverty, but it came with an ill grace as he was better situated to leave his family than any of the members of the quorum who went. In the spring of 1841 he visited the branches of the Church in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and collected means for his own benefit, returning to Nauvoo the same season. He was elected a member of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of Illinois in the winter session of 1842-43. His acts as a member of the legislature were highly approved by the people; he displayed considerable energy in defending the Nauvoo charter and the rights of his constituents. He took a journey to the East on business in the spring of 1843, and spent his time among the churches. William returned to Nauvoo April 22, 1844, with about forty or fifty Saints from New Jersey. After staying a short time in Nauvoo, he had his last interview with his brother Joseph under the following circumstances: He asked Joseph to give him a city lot near the Temple. Joseph told him that he would do so with great pleasure, if he would build a house and live upon it; but he would not give him a lot to sell. William replied he wanted it to build and live upon. The lot was well worth $1,000. In a few hours afterwards, an application was made by Mr. Ivins to the recorder to know if that lot was clear and belonged to Wm. Smith, for William had sold it to him for $500. Joseph, hearing of this, directed the clerk not to make a transfer; at which William was so offended that he threatened Joseph, who deemed it prudent to keep out of the way, until William left on a steamboat for the East accompanied by his family. He spent his time mostly in the various branches of the Church, and collected a good deal of money for the Temple, which he used for his own accommodation. In all his missions the course of conduct he pursued towards the females subjected him to much criticism. In a general conference of the Church held in Nauvoo Oct. 6, 1845, Wm. Smith was dropped as one of the Twelve Apostles and Patriarch of the Church, and on the following Sunday (Oct. 12th) he was excommunicated, as more of his inconsistent acts had come to light. Some time after he associated himself with the apostate James J. Strang, who tried to organize a church of his own, but failed. Wm. Smith afterwards identified himself with the "Reorganized Church," of which his nephew is president, and lived for a number of years in Elkader, Clayton county, Iowa. He died Nov. 13, 1894, at Osterdock. Clayton county, Iowa, as the last surviving brother of Joseph the Prophet. (See also "Millennial Star," Vol. 27, p. 7.)
Parents: Joseph SMITH Sr. and Lucy MACK.

Spouse: Caroline Amanda GRANT. William SMITH and Caroline Amanda GRANT were married on 14 FEB 1833. Children were: Mary Jane SMITH, Caroline L. SMITH.

Spouse: Roxy Ann GRANT. William SMITH and Roxy Ann GRANT were married date unknown.

Spouse: Eliza Elsie SANBORN. William SMITH and Eliza Elsie SANBORN were married date unknown.

Spouse: Rosa SURPRISE. William SMITH and Rosa SURPRISE were married date unknown.


William (Wm.) SMITH was born about 1577 in Flitton w/Silsoe, Bedfordshire, England. He is reference number 3484. @T565@

Spouse: Joan BETTS. William (Wm.) SMITH and Joan BETTS were married on 1 OCT 1609 in Flitton w/Silsoe, Bedfordshire, England. Children were: Robert SMITH, Elizabeth SMITH, Joan SMITH, Mary SMITH, Thomas SMITH, Margt SMITH.


William Albert SMITH was born on 20 MAR 1901 in Waterford, Calendonia County, Vermont. He died on 8 JAN 1968 at Ocean Grove, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Spouse: Jennie COLBY. William Albert SMITH and Jennie COLBY were married on 20 OCT 1923 in Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut.


William E. SMITH was born in 1877 in Grantham, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Charles B. SMITH and Olive A. COLBY.


William F. SMITH was born in 1823 in New Hampshire. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Deering, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Mary Ann MORGAN. William F. SMITH and Mary Ann MORGAN were married on 12 NOV 1849 in Henniker, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Orren SMITH.


William James SMITH was born on 29 JAN 1839 in Southill, Bedfordshire, England. He was christened/baptized on 11 AUG 1839 in Southill, Bedfordshire, England. He died on 12 MAY 1892. He has Ancestral File Number 3W1J-SD. BIRTH: By British Gen. Dept. Order No. 2458 L/R. sent to Emma Crane Draper.

Parents: William SMITH and Mary WILES.

Spouse: Maria MATHEWS. William James SMITH and Maria MATHEWS were married in 1864 in Southill, Bedfordshire, England.


Captain Zebulon SMITH was born date unknown.

Spouse: Clarinda COLBY. Captain Zebulon SMITH and Clarinda COLBY were married about 1847.


Charles Albert SMOTHERS was born on 11 FEB 1859 in Whitesboro, Harrison County, Iowa. He appeared in the census on 10 JUL 1860 in Jefferson, Harrison County, Iowa. (living at home with father and mother.) He appeared in the census on 28 JUN 1870 in Jefferson, Harrison County, Iowa. (living at home with father and mother.) He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jefferson, Greene County, Iowa. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: Nathan Beach SMOTHERS and Clarinda COLBY.


Clarissa SMOTHERS was born in 1861 in Harrison County, Iowa. Parents: Nathan Beach SMOTHERS and Clarinda COLBY.


Nathan Beach SMOTHERS was born on 7 SEP 1801 in Louisiana County, Pennsylvania. He appeared in the census on 10 JUL 1860 in Jefferson, Harrison County, Iowa. He appeared in the census on 28 JUN 1870 in Jefferson, Harrison County, Iowa. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jefferson, Harrison County, Iowa.
Census Place: Jefferson, Harrison, Iowa
Source: FHL Film 1254343 National Archives Film T9-0343 Page 178D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Napolen B. SMOTHERS Self M M W 78 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Clarinda SMOTHERS Wife F M W 62 NY
Occ: Keeps House Fa: DON'T KNOW Mo: DON'T KNOW
Evia REEDER GDau F S W 10 IA
Occ: At Home Fa: IL Mo: IA
Charles SMOTHERS Son M S W 21 IA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: NY
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He died on 22 APR 1881 at Iowa. He was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery at Whitesboro, Harrison County, Iowa

Spouse: Clarinda COLBY. Nathan Beach SMOTHERS and Clarinda COLBY were married about 1857. Children were: Charles Albert SMOTHERS, Clarissa SMOTHERS.


Margaret M. SMYTH was born on 12 MAR 1881 in Melrose, Adams County, Illinois. She died on 13 JUL 1954 at Los Angeles County, California.

Spouse: Fred Knapp COLBY. Fred Knapp COLBY and Margaret M. SMYTH were married about 1913. Children were: Harry William COLBY.


George SNAP was born about 1832.

Spouse: Lois Ann COLBY. George SNAP and Lois Ann COLBY were married on 8 DEC 1864 in Greene County, Illinois. SOURCES: (1) FHL Number 1310037; SNAPE, George, Marriage: Lois A. COLBY, Date: 08 Dec 1864; Recorded in: Greene, Illinois; (2) Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763-1900. Mariage.


Photo Clayne SNEDEGER was born on 22 FEB 1958 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Clayne SNEDEGER died on 8 MAY 2009 at Murray, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Clayne Snedeger
(February 22, 1958 - May 8, 2009)

Salina, Utah - Our beloved father, grandfather and brother, Clayne Snedeger, age 51, of Salina, died May 8, 2009 in Murray, Utah.

He was born February 22, 1958 in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Dustin Herbert and Marceil Colby Snedeger.

He married Charlene Johnson in Salt Lake City, Utah and they were later divorced. He married Karen Hill May 9, 1996 in Las Vegas, Nevada and they were later divorced.

Clayne worked hard as a cement finisher. He enjoyed fishing and being with his family.

He is survived by his children: Elysha and Israel Villarreal of Wendover, NV; Sarah Hill of Monroe; step-son, Travis Hill of Monroe; three grandchildren: Andriana, Anthony and Gavin Villarreal, all of Wendover, NV; brothers and sister: Thomas and Christina Snedeger of Sonora, CA; Kurt Snedeger of Salina; Debra and George Stebbins of Las Vegas, NV; Darrell and Pam Snedeger of Annabella; Shane and Kerrie Snedeger of Hurricane.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Dustin and Marceil Snedeger; a brother, Dusty Snedeger and a sister, Roberta Snedeger.

At his request, his remains have been cremated and burial will take place at a later date in the Sigurd Cemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

Parents: Dustin Herbert SNEDEGER and Marceil COLBY.


Dustin SNEDEGER was born on 3 MAY 1954 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. He died on 31 DEC 1996 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. He had Social Security Number 569-88-8498 . Parents: Dustin Herbert SNEDEGER and Marceil COLBY.


Dustin Herbert SNEDEGER was born on 28 OCT 1923. He served in the military on 27 NOV 1940 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.
U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Name:
Dustin H Snedeger
Birth Year: 1922
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Utah
State: California
County or City: Contra Costa

Enlistment Date: 27 Nov 1940
Enlistment State: California
Enlistment City: San Francisco
Branch: Infantry
Branch Code: Infantry
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: 2 years of high school
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 64
Weight: 118


He died on 13 NOV 2006 at Salina, Sevier County, Utah.

Spouse: Marceil COLBY. Dustin Herbert SNEDEGER and Marceil COLBY were married on 5 JAN 1948 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
Details For Marriage ID#489357
Groom Last Name: SNEDEGER
Groom First Name: Dustin Herbert (24)
Groom Residence: Sigurd, Sevier, Utah
Bride Last Name: COLBY
Bride First Name: Marceil (15)
Bride Residence: Sigurd, Sevier, Utah
Place: Richfield, Sevier, Utah
Date: 05 Jan 1948
County of Record: Sevier
State: Utah
Volume: E
Page: 321
Comment: Certificate # 3570

Children were: Roberta Lowella SNEDEGER, Dustin SNEDEGER, Clayne SNEDEGER.


Photo Roberta Lowella SNEDEGER was born on 27 FEB 1949 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. She died on 26 APR 2009 at St. George, Washington County, Utah.
Roberta Lowella Snedeger
(February 27, 1949 - April 26, 2009)

Salina, Utah - Our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister, Roberta Lowella Snedeger, age 60, of Salina, died April 26, 2009 in St. George, Utah, after a prolonged illness.

She was born February 27, 1949 in Salina, Utah, a daughter of Dustin Herbert and Marceil Colby Snedeger.

Roberta married Kent Nelo Brindley, February 12, 1965 in Sandy, Utah. They were later divorced.

She enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and spending time with her family. She loved the out doors and all kinds of animals, but most of all, she loved her big, red Dodge.

She is survived by her children: Terri and Randy Ricci of Mesquite, Nevada; Melissa Brindley of St. George; Howard and Tina Brindley of Salina; David and Cassie Nebeker of Hurricane; 12 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; brothers and sister: Thomas and Christine Snedeger of Sonora, California; Kurt Snedeger and Clayne Snedeger, both of Salina; Debbie and George Stubbins of Las Vegas, Nevada; Darrell and Pam Snedeger of Annabella; Shane and Kerrie Snedeger of Hurricane.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Dustin and Marceil Snedeger; and a brother, Dustin Snedeger.

Friends and family may call for viewing at the Springer Turner Funeral Home in Richfield, Saturday evening, May 2, 2009 from 6 to 8 P.M.

At her request, Roberta’s remains will be cremated and she will be buried next to her parents and brother in the Sigurd Cemetery, Sigurd, Utah, at a later date. Funeral Directors: Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

Parents: Dustin Herbert SNEDEGER and Marceil COLBY.


Hannah SNELL was born on 28 OCT 1819 in Anson, Somerset County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Moscow, Somerset County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Moscow, Somerset County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Bingham, Somerset County, Maine. She died on 18 APR 1876. She was buried in the Bingham Village Cemetery at Bingham, Somerset County, Maine

Spouse: Calvin D. COLBY. Calvin D. COLBY and Hannah SNELL were married about 1842 in Moscow, Somerset County, Maine. Children were: Alonzo COLBY, Charles COLBY, Joel COLBY, Calvin COLBY, Alice COLBY.


Thomas E. SNELL was born in 1854 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Ida May COLBY. Thomas E. SNELL and Ida May COLBY were married on 10 NOV 1886 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.)


Twila Hope SNELLMAN was born on 11 MAY 1938.

Spouse: Richard Rollo COLBY. Richard Rollo COLBY and Twila Hope SNELLMAN were married on 12 JUN 1958. Children were: Timothy Richard COLBY, James Hugo COLBY.


Marl Wayne SNELSON was born date unknown.

Spouse: Clara May WATTS. Marl Wayne SNELSON and Clara May WATTS were married on 9 JAN 1952 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. They were divorced.


Catharine SNIDER was born on 15 DEC 1814. She died on 10 MAY 1839. She was buried on 12 MAY 1839 in the Grindstone Hill Cemetery at Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Spouse: George COLBY. George COLBY and Catharine SNIDER were married about 1835. Children were: Melissa COLBY, Catherine COLBY, Theodore COLBY.


Sylvia Pearl SNIFFIN was born on 5 JAN 1885 in Salem, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. (Daughter of George C. Sniffin and Sylvia J. Raines.) She appeared in the census on 13 JUN 1900 in Salem, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. (living at home with father and mother.) She appeared in the census on 18 APR 1910 in Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. (1 child, 1 living.) She appeared in the census on 2 JAN 1920 in Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. She appeared in the census on 24 APR 1930 in Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois.

Spouse: Ralph Page COLBY. Ralph Page COLBY and Sylvia Pearl SNIFFIN were married on 11 MAR 1908 in Illinois. Children were: Amy P. COLBY, Albert W. COLBY, Alvina Esther COLBY, Orville S. COLBY, Zelda J. COLBY, Celia S. COLBY.


Arlitta Colister SNOW was born on 30 JAN 1857 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. Parents: James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER.


Carrie L. SNOW was born on 2 DEC 1856 in Swanzey, Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Parents: Charles SNOW and Martha Jane COLBY.


Charles SNOW was born about 1827.

Spouse: Martha Jane COLBY. Charles SNOW and Martha Jane COLBY were married on 1 JUN 1854 in Henniker, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1001307; SNOW, Charles, Marriage: Martha J. COLBY, Date: 01 Jun 1854; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire. Children were: Carrie L. SNOW.


Dominicus Carter SNOW was born on 18 JUN 1851 in Carterville, Pottawattamie County, Iowa. Parents: James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER.


Don Carlos SNOW was born on 22 JAN 1842 in Lima, Adams County, Illinois. Parents: James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER.


Eliza Ann SNOW was born 35 aug 1843 in Lima, Adams County, Illinois. Parents: James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER.


Eliza Ann (Hall) SNOW was born on 9 APR 1832. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Merrimack, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She died on 1 SEP 1912 at Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. She was buried in the Sunnyside Cemetery at Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire

Spouse: Daniel M. COLBY. Daniel M. COLBY and Eliza Ann (Hall) SNOW were married on 3 MAY 1865 in Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, Daniel Age: 54 years, Marriage: Eliza Ann SNOW Age: 35 years, Date: 03 May 1865; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.) Children were: William H. COLBY, Charles E. COLBY, John I. COLBY.


Elizabeth SNOW was born on 9 NOV 1814. She appeared in the census on 7 JUN 1860 in Plaistow, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She died on 26 MAR 1894.

Spouse: Timothy SARGENT. Timothy SARGENT and Elizabeth SNOW were married on 8 JAN 1834 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Warren Emerson SARGENT, Harriet E. SARGENT, Charles Henry SARGENT, Abby F. SARGENT, William W. SARGENT, Wainwright Snow SARGENT.


Fay Gertrude SNOW was born on 21 NOV 1933 in Walpole, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Parents: Joseph William SNOW and Gladys Eva SAWYER.


Harriett Melissa SNOW was born on 1 FEB 1852 in Macoupin County, Illinois. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hackberry, Labette County, Kansas. She appeared in the census in 1895 in Hackberry, Labette County, Kansas. Parents: Henry SNOW and Mary J. COLBY.

Spouse: Thomas J. SHARP. Thomas J. SHARP and Harriett Melissa SNOW were married on 20 SEP 1872 in Macoupin County, Illinois. Children were: Henry M. SHARP, Isaac SHARP, Minnie SHARP, Maudie SHARP, Lula J. SHARP, Marietta SHARP, Bessie SHARP.


Henry SNOW was born about 1825. He died on 22 MAY 1873 at Hackberry, Labette County, Kansas.

Spouse: Mary J. COLBY. Henry SNOW and Mary J. COLBY were married on 3 APR 1851 in Carlinville, Macoupin County, Illinois. Children were: Harriett Melissa SNOW.


James Chauncy SNOW was born on 11 JAN 1817 in Chesterfield, Cheshire County, New Hampshire. He was baptized on 19 OCT 1833 in Vermont. He was ordained LDS Teacher on 23 JUN 1834. He was ordained LDS Priest on 23 NOV 1834. He was given a Patriartcal Blessing on 20 APR 1837 in Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio. Officator: Joseph Smith, Sr.
He was ordained LDS High Priest on 18 JUN 1843 in Hancock County, Illinois. Officiator: Isaac Morley
He died on 30 APR 1884 at Pettyville, Sanpete County, Utah. He was buried in MAY 1884 in Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. He has Ancestral File Number 1DD2-42. He was ordained LDS Seventy. Snow, James Chauncey
Places of Residence: Provo, Utah, UT, USA; 1860
Manti, Sanpete, UT, USA; 1870

Vocations: Farmer; 1860, 1870 Surveyor

Comments: James was called to labor as a missionary in New Brunswick, LowerCanada. He came to the Valley in 1852.

Comments: #21. In 1860 James had a household of 10, a real wealth of $100, and a personal wealth of $900. 2. In 1870 he had a household of 14, a real wealth of $6,000, and a personal wealth of $2,500.

Comments: #31. James was mentioned on the Continuing Church Record at Nauvoo.

Comments: #41. James came to Utah on October 9, 1852, at the head of his own company.

Comments: #51. Taken from the Journal of James Chauncey Snow--Moved to St. Johnsbury. Stayed at St. Johnsbury until leaving on mission with Erastus Snow, 1834. Spent most of mission in Vermont and New Hampshire. Apparently the experience a series of short missionary trips rather than one continuous mission. To Kirtland, 1836.

Comments: #61. James served as president of the Utah (or Provo) Stake of Zion from 1853 to 1858. He was reared from a child, eighteen months old, to manhood in the state of Vermont. In the year 1836 he filled a mission to the New England States, where he baptized many, among whom Elizabeth Cluff and Lucy Smith. With his wife he traveled to Missouri in the Kirtland camp; thence went to Illinois and settled in Nauvoo, where he became a member of the Nauvoo Legion. May 17, 1844, he left his home in Illinois to go on a special mission, on which he was instructed also to electioneer for Joseph Smith, who was a candidate for the presidency of the United States. A response to this call required a great sacrifice on Elder Snow's part as his family, consisting of a wife and four children, were in poor circumstances; they had not even flour in the house at the time, but his wife told him to go and do his duty, and God would provide; and so he did. Elder Snow arrived at Madison, Indiana, June 24, 1844, after walking 52 miles. At that place he was joined by Dominicus Carter; and the two Elders started out together without purse or scrip, and God blessed them. On the 27th of June, the very day on which Joseph and Hyrum Smith were martyred, Elder Snow was preaching at Milroy, Rush County, Indiana. After the martyrdom the Elders went forth to comfort the Saints in the freshness of their grief over their martyred Prophets. Brother Snow, together with other missionaries, was called home shortly after the martyrdom, and he was present at the meeting when the mantle of Joseph fell upon Brigham Young--an event of which he often testified afterwards. Together with his family he left Nauvoo in 1846, to go to the Valleys of the Mountains. They remained at Council Bluffs until 1852, when they started across the plains with Brother Snow as captain of the company. After enduring the hardships and privations of a long and toilsome journey they arrived in Salt Lake City October 9, 1852. Later in the fall Brother Snow and family moved to Provo, Utah county, and in 1853 he was appointed president of the Utah Stake of Zion, which position he held until 1858, when he resigned. In the spring of 1857 he accompanied the First Presidency on a mountain trip through northern Utah and into Oregon. Elder Snow held many responsible civil positions in the community. Thus he served as a member of the Utah legislature in 1856, and was appointed United States deputy marshall in 1853. In 1858 he was elected surveyor of Utah county; and he was re-elected to that position in 1860. In the fall of 1868 he moved to southern Utah, where he remained until 1880, when he located at Pettyville, where he died. His body was taken to Manti for interment. Elder Snow was loved and respected by all who knew him and remained firm and faithful in the Church until the last. He was the father of twenty children.



Spouse: Eliza Ann CARTER. James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER were married on 10 FEB 1838 in Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio. Children were: Sarah Jane SNOW, John Carter SNOW, Don Carlos SNOW, Eliza Ann SNOW, James Erastus SNOW, Richard Carter SNOW, Dominicus Carter SNOW, Mary Ellen SNOW, Arlitta Colister SNOW.


James Erastus SNOW was born on 26 MAR 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois. Parents: James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER.


John Carter SNOW was born on 28 JUN 1840 in Lima, Adams County, Illinois. Parents: James Chauncy SNOW and Eliza Ann CARTER.

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