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Jacob & Anna Maria Schneider's Descendants 


- Jacob Schneider of Donegal Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania and His Family's Migration
to Salt Creek Twp., Holmes Co., Ohio -


7. Daniel2 Snyder (Jacob1), born 20 Aug 1789 in Md; never married; died 10 Sep 1871 in Salt Creek, Holmes Co, Oh; buried in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh.

Notes, Chronology, Sources for Daniel Snyder  

      1800 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Donegal

Jacob Snyder Sr.  (Daniel's Father)

males, 4 under 10, 1 10-15, 2 16-25, 1 over 45

females, 1  10-15, 1 16-25, 1 26-44

 

      1810 U.S. Census, Ohio, District Wide Loss for Ohio.

    
     
A Listing of Entrymen on Lands in Holmes Co, Ohio, by L. Richard Kocher, 459 Ross Road, Columbus, Oh. 43213, published Woolkoch Publishing--Ohio River Survey and U.S. Military survey on congressional lands in Holmes Co, Oh. 

Snyder, Daniel--Mar 12, 1815; 120 acres; Range 12 Township 14 Section 09 Portion/Location S 1/2

     
     
Lutherans of Holmes County in the Nineteenth Century, p. 23.  St. John, Fryburg-Arnold's Mt. Hope.  The earliest church record in Holmes County Deed Record Books is for "Presbyterian Lutheran Good Hope Congregation in Salt Creek, Wayne County, State of Ohio."  Before the creation of Holmes County in 1824 Salt Creek was divided by the Greenville Indian Treaty Line with Wayne County (Wooster as County seat) on the north, and Coshocton County (Coshocton as County seat) on the South.  The line intersects Fryburg, formerly called Good Hope.  The site originally was part of "congress land" given or granted to one Daniel Snyder in 1819.  It came permanently into the possession of Jacob Snyder in 1823.  But he gave it to the trustees of the Union church for $20.  The trustees in the deed are William Bell, George Snyder and Jonathan Snyder.  Frank Snyder is also an early trustee in other records.  Both parties to the deed, Snyder and trustees list themselves as from "Salt Creek Township, Wayne County, State of Ohio."

     
     
1819 Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

#129 Snider, Daniel

     
     
1820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

Jacob Snider Jr. (Daniel's brother) 

males, 1 16-26, 3 26-45 

females, 1 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 45+

4 in agriculture

Peter Miller and George Snider lived close.

     
     
Millersburg, Holmes Co. Recorder's Office (deeds), Vol. 11, p. 299.  Daniel Snider to Jacob Snider and Peter Miller--Indenture made 9 July 1823 between Daniel Snyder of Wayne County, and Jacob Snyder and Peter Miller trustees for A Good Hope meeting house of Presbyterians and Lutherans both of Wayne County.  Daniel Snider per acre in consideration of the sum of twenty five cents paid by Jacob Snider and Peter Miller sold a parcel of land described as Sec 9 Twp 14 Range 12 (on the boundary line between the county of Wayne and Coschocton [portions of which became Holmes Co.]) containing one acre of land.

     
     
Millersburg, Holmes Co. Recorder's Office (deeds), Vol. 9, p.130.  Daniel Snyder to Jacob Snyder--Indenture made 12 Dec 1823 between Daniel and Jacob.  The east part or end of Sec 9 Twp 14 Range 12 containing 58 and 4/5 acres in consideration of $116.  Land directed to be sold at Wooster by an Act of Congress entitled an act providing for the sale of lands of the United States and of act amendatory of the same granted by the United States unto the said Daniel Snyder by Patent 23 Oct 1819 recorded Volume 35, page 227.  Witnessed by George CARTER

and Jonathon Snyder

     
     
1823 Census, Ohio, Wayne Co., Salt Creek (list of male inhabitants over age of 21)

Snyder, Daniel 

     
     
1830 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

Daniel Snyder

males, 1 under 5, 1 30-40

females, 1 10-15, 1 20-30

     
     
1840 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek

Jacob Snider (Danielís brother)

Males, 1 10-15, 1 40-50, 2 50-60

Females, 1 15-20, 2 30-40

     
     
1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 2238, Family 2279

Jacob Snyder 67 Farmer 8000 MD

Jonathan Snyder 56 Laborer PA

Daniel Snyder 60 MD

Mary Snyder 49 PA

Mary BAKER 15 OH

Josiah SHUNK 20 Laborer OH

Sarah AANDERSON 3 OH

Mena SMARTSFELLOW 17 Germany

     
     
Daniel Snyder, William Lemmon and Jonathan Snyder are bound unto the State of Ohio, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars, to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made, we hereby jointly and severely bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators:  Sealed with our seals, and dated at Millersburg, Holmes County, Ohio this 1st day of March, 1855.  The condition of the above obligation is such, whereas, the court of probate, within and for said County of Holmes, hath this day granted to the said Daniel Snyder letters of testamentary on the Estate of Jacob Snyder deceased.  Now if he the said Daniel Snyder shall make and return into said court, on oath, within three months, a true inventory of all moneys, goods, chattels, rights, credits, and effects of the said Jacob Snyder.

      
     
Rec'd of Daniel Snyder executor of the Estate of Jacob Snyder deceased eight dollars and fifty cents in full for coffin of the above named Jacob Snyder deceased.  Affixed March 18th 1855 Gottlieb Boehler

     
     
Received of Daniel Snyder executor of Jacob Snyder deceased the one half of all the personal property of said Jacob Snyder deceased, assenting 15 decedent heirs.  May 15, 1860 Mary Ribler (RIDER) NASH

     
     
1860 U.S. Census , Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 1731, family 1752

Daniel Snyder, 70, farmer, real estate 9000, personal 300, born Md.

Jonathan, 65, farmer 10000, personal 2200, born Pa.

Mary Riley (RIDER), 60, born Pa.

     
     
Buried Fryburg Cemetery, Salt Creek Twp., Holmes Co., Ohio.  Age 82 yr 21 days. (conflicting date of death 10 Jan 1871 on headstone).

 

8. David2 Snyder  (Jacob1), born 24 Jul 1791 in Md; christened 28 Jul 1792 in Clear Spring, Washington, Md; died 18 Sep 1870 in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh; buried in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh.  He married on 12 Nov 1818 in Holmes, Oh. Amelia\Milla COTTON, born 10 Jan 1800 in Pa; died 16 Nov 1852 in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh; buried in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh, daughter of John Cotton and Mary RICKETS .


Notes, Chronology, Sources for David Snyder

      Christening source, yet to be proved:  Joyce Cooper e-mail "witnesses were parents, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran and Reformed Church, located near Clear Spring, Washington Co, Md.  This church was formed as a reformed congregation about 1747 with the Lutheran group added about 1760.  They worshiped in the same building."

     

      1800 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Donegal

Jacob Snyder Sr. (David's Father)

males, 4 under 10, 1 10-15, 2 16-25, 1 over 45

females, 1  10-15, 1 16-25, 1 26-44

     

      1810 U.S. Census, Ohio, District Wide Loss for Ohio.

     

      A Listing of Entrymen on Lands in Holmes Co. Ohio, by L. Richard Kocher, 459 Ross Road, Columbus, Oh. 43213, published Woolkoch Publishing--Ohio River Survey and U.S. Military survey on congressional lands in Holmes Co., Oh.

Synder, M & D (Michael & David)--May 8, 1815; 235 acres; Range 12 Township14 Section 08 Portion/Location S 1/2

     

      1819 Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

#125 Snider, David

     

      1820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

David Snider [29]

Males, 1 16-18, 1 26-45

Females, 1 to 10, 2 16-26, 1 45 & over

2 engaged in manufactures

     

      1823 Census, Ohio, Wayne Co., Salt Creek (list of male inhabitants over age of 21)

Snyder, David

     

      1830 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek

David Snyder

Males, 1 5-10, 1 30-40

Females, 2 under 5, 1 10-15, 1 30-40, 1 70-80

     

      David built mill on south branch of Martin's Creek about 1832 in Benton (Martinsburg), anecdotal, yet to be proven. 

     

      1840 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek

David Snyder

Males, 2 under 5, 1 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 40-50

Females, 1 under 5, 1 10-15, 1 15-20, 1 40-50

     

      1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 2160, family 2201

David Snyder, 58, farmer, real estate 5000, born Md.

Amelia, 50, born Pa.

Alfred, 28, laborer, born Oh.

James, 17, laborer, born Oh.

Caroline, 13, born Oh.

Daniel, 11, born Oh.

William, 8, born Oh.

     

      1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 1652, family 1673

David Snyder, 69, farmer, real estate 5000, personal 300, born Md.

Caroline, 24, born Oh.

Wilson, 18, farmhand, born Oh.

     

      1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 5, family 5

David Snyder, 79, real estate 4000, born Pa, cannot read or write

Caroline KELLY, 22, house keeper, born Oh.

     

      Probate Court, Holmes County, Estate of David Snyder, filed 15 Dec 1871, no. 609, Alfred Snyder administrator or executor of the estate of David Snyder.  Final report of the distribution of the estate of David Snyder dec. under the feruse administration of this court by Alfred Snyder administrator.

April 5, 1871 paid Monroe Snyder and Wilson Snyder 140.00

Oct 28, 1871 paid John B. PAINTER and Mary Painter 38.89

Oct 28, 1871 paid A.C. Lemmon and N. Lemmon 38.89

Oct 28, 1871 paid James Snyder 38.89

Oct 28, 1871 paid Martin KIMERER guardian of Daniel Kimerer and Wilson Kimerer 38.98

Nov 16, 1871 paid Henry CROCO and Matilda Croco 38.89

Alfred Snyder adm. of David Snyder dec being duly sworn depart say that the foregoing report is true and correct as reported.  Alfred Snyder   Sworn to and subscribed before me this 15th day of Dec 1871  Thomas ___mor Probate

     

      Woodland April 5, 1871 received of Alfred Snyder the sum of one hundred and forty dollars this being his receipt in full against all demands of the chattles of David Snyder dec'd estate.  Signed Monroe Snyder, Wilson S. Snyder

     

      120.00 rec'd Millersburg, Oh Sept 28, 1871 of Alfred Snyder administrator of the estate of David Snyder deceased, the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars in full for one monument for said deceased.  C.P. DAILY

     

      Received of Alfred Snyder twenty four dollars it being the amount due me for the medical attendance given David Snyder deceased in last illness Sept 30, 1870.  P.P. POMERENE

     

      October 28, 1871 received of Alfred Snyder administrator of David Snyder dec'd thirty eight dollars and eighty nine cents money due me as heir to said estate. Signed James Snyder

     

      Nov 16, 1871 received of Alfred Snyder administrator of David Snyder dec'd thirty eight dollars and eighty nine cents. Money due us as heirs of said dec'd estate   Signed Martin Croco

     

      Received of Alfred Snyder (David's son) administrator of David Snyder estate the sum of thirty eight dollars eighty nine cents being the full share of the proceeds of the chattles and monies of the estate of David Snyder deceased belonging to Daniel S. Kimerer and Wilson S. Kimerer (David's grandchildren by Caroline)  Signed Martin Kimerer, guardian

     

      Buried Fryburg Cemetery, Salt Creek Twp, Holmes Co, Ohio.  Age 79 yr l mo 18 days.

Notes for Amelia\Milla Cotton 
     
Buried in Fryburg Cemetery, Salt Creek Twp. Holmes Co., Ohio.  Age 52 yr 10 mo 6 days.

     
Children of David Snyder and Amelia\Milla Cotton were as follows:

+    34        i           Matilda3 Snyder, born 17 Jan 1820 in Holmes, Oh; died 27 Oct 1903 in Holmesville, Holmes, Oh; buried in Millersburg, Holmes, Oh.  She married
                              Henry CROCO
.

+    35        ii          Alfred3 Snyder, born 25 May 1822 nr. Mt. Hope, Holmes, Oh; died 21 May 1903 nr. Benton, Holmes, Oh; buried in Millersburg, Holmes, Oh.  He married Sarah NIXON.

+    36        iii         Mary Ann3 Snyder, born 4 Feb 1825; died 21 Apr 1900 in Benton, Holmes, Oh; buried in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh.  She married John Bruce PAINTER.

+    37        iv         Nancy3 Snyder, born 27 Oct 1827 in Benton, Holmes, Oh; died 16 Dec 1911 in Millersburg, Holmes, Oh; buried in Millersburg, Holmes, Oh.  She married Andrew C. LEMMON.

      38        v          Monroe3 Snyder, born 25 Jul 1830 in Oh; died 25 Apr 1896 in Ca.  He married on 31 Dec 1862 in Holmes, Oh. Elizabeth Jane LEMMON, born 17 Sep 1841 in Oh; died 6 Apr 1921 in Ca.

+    39        vi         James B.3 Snyder, born 11 Feb 1833 in nr. Benton, Holmes, Oh; died 23 Jun 1908 in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh; buried in Millersburg, Holmes, Oh.  He married Mary Catherine REECE.

+    40        vii        Caroline3 Snyder, born 13 Jul 1836 in Holmes, Oh; died 6 Dec 1867 in Cranmore, Sutter, Ca.  She married Martin KIMERER.

      41        viii        Daniel3 Snyder, born 27 Apr 1839. 

      42        ix         Wilson S.3 Snyder, born 28 Apr 1842; died 4 Jul 1913 in Ca.  He married (1) Amanda Ogle GREWELL; (2) on 15 Mar 1873 Anna M. BROWN.


9. Jonathan2 Snyder (Jacob1), born 16 Feb 1796 in Pa; never married; died 25 Dec 1867 in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh; buried in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh.



Notes, Chronology, Sources for Jonathan Snyder

      1800 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Donegal

Jacob Snyder Sr. (Jonathon's Father)

males, 4 under 10, 1 10-15, 2 16-25, 1 over 45

females, 1  10-15, 1 16-25, 1 26-44

     
1810 U.S. Census, Ohio, District Wide Loss for Ohio.

     
A Listing of Entrymen on Lands in Holmes Co. Ohio, by L. Richard Kocher, 459 Ross Road, Columbus, Oh. 43213, published Woolkoch Publishing--Ohio River Survey and U.S. Military survey on congressional lands in Holmes Co., Oh.

Snyder, Jonathan--May 3, 1815; 160 acres; Range 12 Township 14 Section 08 Portion/Location NE 1/4

     
1819 Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek 

#128 Snider, Jonathan

      1
820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

Jacob Snider Jr. [37] (Jonathon's brother) 

males, 1 16-26, 3 26-45 

females, 1 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 45+

4 in agriculture

Peter Miller and George Snider lived close

     
1823 Census, Ohio, Wayne Co., Salt Creek (list of male inhabitants over age of 21)

Snyder, Jonathan

     
21 Aug 1821, Power of Attorney, Jonathan Snyder and Isaac Snyder to Jacob Snyder, Jr.  Know all men by these presents that whereas Jacob Snyder of Westmoreland Co., state of Pennsylvania deceased by his last will and estament in writing bearing date April the 8, 1808 did give and bequeath unto we Jonathan Snyder and Isaac Snyder of Wayne County, Ohio state a legacy to be paid unto us agreeable to said will and said will made and constituted Joseph Blackburn of the county and state of first above mentioned and George Snyder of Wayne County state Ohio executors as in and by the said will may appear now know ye that we the said Jonathan and Isaac have made ordained and constituted and appointed Jacob Snyder of Wayne County Ohio our true and lawful attorney for us and in our name and for our use and benefit to ask demand and use all lawful means in our name or otherwise for the recovery thereof  by attachment wrest distress or otherwise of and from the said Joseph Blackburn the legacies of the said Jacob Snyder deceased given and bequeathed unto us the said Jonathan and Isaac by the said will of the said Jacob Snyder deceased as aforesaid and upon recept there of by or payment thereof discharge to our said attorney a general discharge or release for the same to make execute and deliver hereby receipting confirming and allowing all and whatsoever our said attorney shall lawfully do in the presence in witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 21 day of August ad 1821.  Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us Wm HUCHISON, Michael Snyder

     
1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, M432 #696, p. 246, age 56 (which would put birth at 1794--a conflicting date). Dwelling 2238, Family 2279 

Jacob Snyder 67 Farmer 8000 MD

Jonathan 56 laborer PA

Daniel 60 MD

Mary Snyder 49 PA

Mary BAKER 15 OH

Josiah SHUNK 20 laborer OH

Sarah ANDERSON 3 OH

Mena SMARTSFELLOW 17 Germany

     
Daniel Snyder, William Lemmon and Jonathan Snyder are bound unto the State of Ohio, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars, to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made, we hereby jointly and severely bind  ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators:  Sealed with our seals, and dated at Millersburg, Holmes County, Ohio this 1st day of March, 1855.  The condition of the above obligation is such, whereas, the court of probate, within and for said County of Holmes, hath this day granted to the said Daniel Snyder letters of testamentary on the Estate of Jacob Snyder deceased.  Now if he the said Daniel Snyder shall make and return into said court, on oath, within three months, a true inventory of all moneys, goods, chattels, rights, credits, and effects of the said Jacob Snyder.

      Rec'd of Daniel Snyder executor of the Estate of Jacob Snyder deceased eight dollars and fifty cents in full for coffin of the above named Jacob Snyder deceased.  Affixed March 18th 1855 Gottlieb Boehler

     
Received of Daniel Snyder executor of Jacob Snyder deceased the one half of all the personal

property of said Jacob Snyder deceased, assenting 15 decedent heirs.  May 15, 1860  Mary Ribler (Rider) Nash

     
1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 1731, family 1752

Daniel Snyder, 70, farmer, real estate 9000, personal 300, born Md.
Jonathan, 65, farmer 10000, personal 2200, born Pa.

Mary Riley (Rider), 60, born Pa.

     
Will of Jonathon Snyder.  Lived in Salt Creek Township; to Nancy Lemmon and her heirs (wife of Andrew C.) east half of northeast quarter of section eight in township fourteen of range twelve; to Jonathon Snyder Shonk and his heirs (son of Joseph Shonk) west half of section eight in township fourteen of range twelve and northeast part of the northwest quarter of section number eight and township number fourteen of range twelve containing two and one-half acres; to Jonathan Uhl Snyder and his heirs the southwest end or part of section nine, township fourteen of range twelve containing eighty four acres more or less; to William E. Lemmon (son of William Lemmon), Sarah M. ANDERSON, Jonathan Snyder (son of Isaac Snyder, Jr.), Andrew HUFFER all my personal property to be divided share and share alike. Executor nominated, Andrew C. Lemmon Will signed, 1 Feb 1862 Witnesses, Josiah SHONK, William Lemmon Proved, 30 Dec 1867

     
Buried Fryburg Cemetery, Salt Creek Twp., Holmes Co., Ohio.  Age 71 yr 10 mo 9 days.


10. Isaac2 Snyder  (Jacob1), born 15 Jul 1798 in Pa; christened 13 Oct 1799 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa; died 1870 in Birmingham, Van Buren, Iowa.  He married on 13 Dec 1821 in Wayne, Oh. Catherinah LAWRENCE, born 1805 in Pa; died aft 1870 in Iowa.


Notes, Chronology, Sources for Isaac Snyder

      Church book of the Four-Mile Run Congregation in Donegal, Westmoreland Co. now Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Donegal 1791-1804, and The German Church Records of Westmoreland Co, Pa. 1792-1804 by Paul Miller Ruff V2, p. 39.  Both publications show Isaac being christened 13 Oct 1799.

     

      1800 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Donegal

Jacob Snyder Sr. (Isaac's father)

males, 4 under 10, 1 10-15, 2 16-25, 1 over 45

females, 1  10-15, 1 16-25, 1 26-44

     

      1810 U.S. Census, Ohio, District Wide Loss for Ohio.

     

      1820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

Jacob Snider Jr. [37] (Isaacís brother)

males, 1 16-26, 3 26-45

females, 1 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 45+

4 in agriculture

Peter Miller and George Snider lived close.

     

      21 Aug 1821, Power of Attorney, Jonathan Snyder and Isaac Snyder to Jacob Snyder, Jr.  Know all men by these presents that whereas Jacob Snyder of Westmoreland Co., state of Pennsylvania deceased by his last will and testament in writing bearing date April the 8, 1808 did give and bequeath unto we Jonathan Snyder and Isaac Snyder of Wayne County, Ohio state a legacy to be paid unto us agreeable to said will and said will made and constituted Joseph Blackburn of the county and state of first above mentioned and George Snyder of Wayne County state Ohio executors as in and by the said will may appear now know ye that we the said Jonathan and Isaac have made ordained and constituted and appointed Jacob Snyder of Wayne County Ohio our true and lawful attorney for us and in our name and for our use and benefit to ask demand and use all lawful means in our name or otherwise for the recovery thereof  by attachment wrest distress or otherwise of and from the said Joseph Blackburn the legacies of the said Jacob Snyder deceased given and bequeathed unto us the said Jonathan and Isaac by the said will of the said Jacob Snyder deceased as aforesaid and upon recept there of by or payment thereof discharge to our said attorney a general discharge or release for the same to make execute and deliver hereby receipting confirming and allowing all and whatsoever our said attorney shall lawfully do in the presence in witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 21 day of August ad 1821.  Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us Wm Huchison, Michael Snyder

     

      Marriage info from IGI.

     

      1823 Census, Ohio, Wayne Co., Salt Creek (list of male inhabitants over age of 21)

Snyder, Isaac

     

      1830 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek

Isaac Snyder

Males, 2 under 5, 1 5-10, 1 30-40

Females, 1 under 5, 1 5-10, 1 20-30

     

      1840 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Hardy

Isaac Snyder

Males, 2 under 5, 1 5-10, 2 10-15, 1 15-20, 1 40-50

Females, 1 under 5, 1 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 15-20, 1 30-40

     

      1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Hardy, dwelling 395, family 410

Isaac Snyder, 51, farmer, real estate 3000, born Pa.

Catherine, 45, born Pa.

John, 24, farmer, born Oh. (all siblings born Oh.)

Mary, 22

Daniel, 20, farmer

Jacob, 19, farmer

Nancy, 16

Samuel, 14

Catherine, 13

Simon, 10

Elizabeth, 8

Susan, 8

George, 6

J.S., 3

     

      1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Hardy, dwelling 384, family 400

Isaac Snyder, 61, farmer, born Pa.

C., 55, born Pa.

S [Samuel]., 24, farm hand, born Oh.

C [Catherine]., 22, born Oh.

Simon, 20, farm hand, born Oh.

George, 15, farm hand, born Oh.

I.S., 13, born Oh.

C.J. SKELLEY, 10, female, servant, born Oh.

J.A. Skelley, 8, male, born Oh.

     

      1870 U.S. Census, Iowa, Van Buren, Union, dwelling 49, family 45 (enumerated 8 June 1870)

Snyder, Isaac, 71, farmer, real estate 3500, personal 2235, born Pa.

Catherine, 65, born Pa.

Catherine, 32, born Oh.

Skelly, A., male, farm laborer, born Oh.

LAWRENCE, Emma, 10, born Oh

     

      Iowa Cemetery Records, pg 210, listed on Ancestry.com 

Isaac Snyder, born 1798, died 1870 in Birmingham, Van Buren, Iowa.  Buried at Smith Cemetery.

     

      Holmes Co. Obit of Daniel W., "the deceased was born in Holmes County, about three miles southwest of Millersburg.....their father was the late Isaac Snyder, who prior to 1866, owned what is known as the Armor farm southwest of Millersburg, now owned by John W. Johnson."

     

      Probate record in Millersburg--Isaac died in Iowa, probably mid-late 1870.   Judge Thomas Armor who bought the farm in Hardy Twp. still owed money on the farm.

     

      An Iowa obit for Daniel says "Jonathan and Samuel Snyder, former residents of Holmes Co, and a sister residing at Fairfield, Iowa are the only surviving members of the family."

     
Children of Isaac Snyder and Catherinah Lawrence were as follows:

+    43        i           Harriet3 Snyder, born abt 1823 in Oh; died 7 Jun 1853; buried in Millersburg, Holmes, Oh.  She married James SKELLY.

+    44        ii          Jonathon3 Snyder, born 26 Jul 1824 near Benton, Holmes, Oh; died 24 Nov 1909 in New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas, Oh; buried in Holmes, Oh.  He married Amanda UHL.

      45        iii          John3 Snyder, born 1826; died 21 Apr 1860; buried in Monroe, Holmes, Oh. 

      46        iv          Mary3 Snyder, born 1828; died bef 1909.

+    47        v          Daniel W.3 Snyder, born 28 Aug 1829 in Oh; died 22 Jul 1909 in Madison Co, Iowa.  He married Margaret BILDERBACK.

      48        vi         Jacob3 Snyder, born 1831; died bef 1909.

      49        vii         Nancy3 Snyder, born 1834; died 11 May 1857; buried Monroe, Holmes Co, Oh.

      50        viii        Samuel3 Snyder, born Dec 1835; died 29 Sep 1913 in Wooster, Wayne, Oh.

      51        ix         Catherine3 Snyder, born 1837; died aft 1909.

      52        x          Simon3 Snyder, born 1840; died bef 1909.

      53        xi          Elizabeth3 Snyder, born 25 May 1842; died 22 Sep 1858; buried Monroe, Holmes Co, Oh.

      54        xii         Susan3 Snyder, born 25 May 1842; died 10 Oct 1856; buried Monroe, Holmes Co, Oh.

      55        xiii        George3 Snyder, born 1844; died 18 May 1861; buried Monroe, Holmes Co, Oh.

      56        xiv        I. S.3 Snyder, born 1847; died bef 1909.

11. Anna Maria2 Snyder  (Jacob1), born 3 May 1801 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa; christened 18 Apr 1808 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa; died 21 Jul 1870 in Salt Creek, Holmes, Oh.  She married on 23 Oct 1823 in Wayne, Oh. William RIDER\REITER, Reverend, born 30 Sep 1799 in Lancaster, Pa; died 9 May 1826 in Sugar Creek, Tuscarawas, Oh; buried in Sugar Creek, Tuscarawas, Oh, son of William Rider\Reiter and Hannah BORDNER.



Notes, Chronology, Sources for Anna Maria Snyder

       Baptismal sponsors P. TUMBOLD and Michael Hoh (HAY).

      1820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek

Jacob Snider Jr. [37] (Anna Mariaís brother)

males, 1 16-26, 3 26-45

females, 1 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 45+

4 in agriculture

Peter Miller and George Snider lived close.

     

      1850 Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 2238, family 2279

Jacob Snyder 67 Farmer 8000 MD

Jonathan Snyder 56 laborer PA

Daniel Snyder 60 MD

Mary Snyder 49 PA (this is Anna Maria)

Mary BAKER 15 OH

Josiah SHUNK 20 laborer OH

Sarah ANDERSON 3 OH

Mena SMARTSFELLOW 17 Germany

     

      Last Will and Testament of Jacob Snyder Jr.  The last will and testament of Jacob Snyder late of said Holmes County deceased was this day produced in Court by William Lemmon and Jonathon Snyder and William Lemmon the subscribing witness to said will appeared and in open court on oath testified to the due execution of said will which testimony was reduced to writing and by them respectively subscribed and filed with said will and it appearing to the court by said testimony that said will was duly attested and executed and that the said testator at the time of executing the same was of full age and of sound mind and memory and not under any restraint.  It is ordered by the court that said will and testimony be recorded.  Whereupon Daniel Snyder the executor in said will named appeared in court and signified his acceptance of the trust of executing said will.  It is therefore ordered that letters testamentary be issued to him on his giving bonds in the sum of ten thousand dollars with Jonathan Snyder and William Lemmon as sureties conditioned according to law.  I Jacob Snyder in the county of Holmes and State of Ohio do make and publish this my last will and testament.  Item 1st.  It is my will that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be paid.  Item 2nd.  I give and bequest to my brother Daniel Snyder and my sister Mary Rider all my chattle property now owned by me, also all money in hand and of interest belonging to me to be equally divided between my said brother Daniel Snyder and sister Mary Rider.  Item 3rd.  I give devise and bequeath to my brother Daniel Snyder and my sister Mary Rider the following described real estate viz: the northeast quarter of section nine of township fourteen in range twelve also the southeast part or end of section nine township fourteen and range twelve as reference to the deeds now in my possession will fully show.  It is my will that my brother Daniel Snyder and my sister Mary RIDER shall be equal to the above mentioned lands and when one of them die it is further my will that his or her interest in said lands shall pass to the surviving brother or sister and to his or her heirs or assigns forever.  Item 4th.  I give devise and bequeath to Ann H. Rider now Ann H. CRILE, the following real estate viz: the southeast quarter of section four of township fourteen in range twelve of the lands directed to be sold at Wooster Ohio to her and to her heirs and assigns forever.  Item 5th.  I do hereby nominate and appoint my brother Daniel Snyder executor of this my last will and testament.  I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty nine.  Witnessed by Jonathon Snyder and William Lemmon

     

      Daniel Snyder, William Lemmon and Jonathan Snyder are bound unto the State of Ohio, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars, to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made, we hereby jointly and severely bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators:  Sealed with our seals, and dated at Millersburg, Holmes County, Ohio this 1st day of March, 1855.  The condition of the above obligation is such, whereas, the court of probate, within and for said County of Holmes, hath this day granted to the said Daniel Snyder letters of testamentary on the Estate of Jacob Snyder deceased.  Now if he the said Daniel Snyder shall make and return into said court, on oath, within three months, a true inventory of all moneys, goods, chattels, rights, credits, and effects of the said Jacob Snyder.

     

      Received of Daniel Snyder executor of Jacob Snyder deceased the one half of all the personal property of said Jacob Snyder deceased, assenting 15 decedent heirs.  May 15, 1860  Mary Ribler (Rider) NASH

     

      1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, dwelling 1731, family 1752

Daniel Snyder, 70, farmer, real estate 9000, personal 300, born Md.

Jonathan, 65, farmer 10000, personal 2200, born Pa.

Mary Riley (Rider), 60, born Pa.

     

      1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Holmes, Salt Creek, Dwelling 194, family 191

Mary Snyder 70 real estate 7620, personal property 260, PA, cannot write

Susan 25 keeping house OH

Catherine 21 at home OH

     

      Died at age 69y 3m 17d.

Notes, Chronology, Sources for William Rider\Reiter, Reverend   

      William Rider, Jr. was the founding minister of the First Reformed Church in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.

     

      Ohio Repository, a local newspaper dated May 18, 1826 "died at Shanesville, Tuscarawas County, on the 9th inst of pulmonary complaint, the Rev. William Rider, pastor of the German Presbyterian Church and son of William Rider this county, age 27 years."

     

      The Tree Climber-Stark County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society, January 1986:  "Early Ministers:  Rider, William, 15 April 1823 Tuscarawas County, Ohio, German Presbyterian."

     

      History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, page 660.  "At Shanesville, are three religious societies at least 60 years old.  The German Reformed congregation was organized in 1821 by Rev. W. Reiter, who remained in charge till 1825."

     

      1884 History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, page 690.  "The following ministers have served the German Reformed Church, William Reiter of Shanesville."

     

      Marriage info from IGI.

     

      Church Record Book of the First German Reformed Congregation in Shanesville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio founded in the Year of Our Lord 1821.  Translated and transcribed by Maxine Renner Eberle 1981.  This church book was begun in 1847 by John George Zahner, Pastor.  "A brief account of the first German Reformed congregation in Shanesville.  This congregation has been organized in the year of our Lord 1821 by the Rev. W. Reiter, the first regular German reformed minister in this neighborhood.  Labouring as he was in an extensive field he was faithful in gathering and attending our congregation in its infancy, till in the fall of 1825, when the Almighty saw fit to inflict him with a sore disease and shortly after to take him away from his flock by the hand of death.  We then were without a stated pastor till in the spring of 1827 when the Rev. D. Schaerer, after having visited us in the summer 1826, was duley called to become our pastor.  Up to this time our preaching had been always only in schoolhouse, as we had no house of worship.  But in the summer 1828 we, in connection with the Lutheran congregation, commenced building a church edifice which was happily completed in a short time.  On the 3rd of Sept 1828 the cornerstone was laid at which occasion the Rev. WEGENHALS, SNYDER and D. SCHAERER officiated.  The chief builders on the reformed side were the following members:  Jacob DIETZ, Benjamin REAM (was workmaster), J. SCHULTZ, John BALSLY, Father CHRISTMANN, Jacob SLIFFE, Henry Sliffe, Henry Dietz, Georg Dietz, Abraham Dietz and Jacob FUNK.

     

      William Rider, Jr. is buried at the Shanesville First Reformed Cemetery in Sugar Creek Twp., Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.  His headstone inscription spelled the last name as "Riter."

     

      6 Feb 1826, Tuscarawas Co, Ohio Will Book.  William Rider, Jr. left a will in Tuscarawas Co, Ohio recorded July 1826.  Named in the will:  himself as William "Reiter", wife Mary and daughter Anne.  Mentions a deed of conveyance to Michael SWAGLER for property he sold to him in Shanesville, Ohio.  He appointed Jacob Snyder of Holmes County, Ohio and his beloved wife Mary as his executors. Witnessing the will was George RICHARDSON and Jacob LOWE.  Jacob Snyder and Mary Reiter named John SHUTTZ, Jacob Lowe and Stephen YODER as appraisers of the estate of dec'd William Reiter.

     

      The Marrying Parsons of Holmes County, Ohio, 1825-1875.  Rider, William--He was a regularly ordained minister in the German Presbyterian Church.  A license to solemnize marriage rites was issued to him in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.  The license was dated April 5, 1823 and was recorded on May 13, 1823.  William Rider was at that time a resident of Tuscarawas County, Ohio.  The license was recorded in Holmes County, Ohio on May 20, 1825.

      Children of Anna Maria Snyder and William Rider\Reiter Reverend were as follows: 

      57        i           Ann H.3 Rider, born abt 1825 in Holmes, Oh.  She married on 17 Aug 1847 in Holmes, Oh. George W. CRILE, born 1820 in Bedford, Pa; died 1873 in Va.  

     


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. Susanna2 Snyder (Jacob1), born 15 Dec 1803 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa; christened 18 Apr 1808 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa.  She married Benjamin LAWRENCE.


Notes, Chronology, Sources for Susanna Snyder
      Baptismal sponsors P. Tumbold and Michael Hoh (Hay). 

      1820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek
Jacob Snider Jr. [37] (Susanna's brother) 
males, 1 16-26, 3 26-45,
females, 1 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 45+
4 in agriculture
Peter Miller and George Snider lived close.

      1830 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Franklin
Benjamin Lawrence
Males, 1 30-40
Females, 2 under 5, 1 20-30

      1840 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Franklin
Benjamin Lawrence
Males, 1 under 5, 2 5-10, 1 40-50
Females, 2 under 5, 1 5-10, 2 10-15, 1 30-40

      1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Franklin, dwelling 65, family 67
Benjamin Lawrence, 50, farmer, real estate 5500, born Pa.
Susan, 46, born Pa.
John, 17, farmer, born Oh.
Aaron, 15, born Oh.
Lucinda, 13, born Oh.
Simeon, 11, born Oh.
Harriet, 9, born Oh.

      1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Franklin, dwelling 928, family 947
Benjamin Lawrence, 60, farmer, personal 327, born Pa.
Susanna, 57, born Pa.
Aaron, 24, laborer, real estate 300, personal 30, born Oh.
Simon, 21, laborer, born Oh.
Lucinda, 23, born Oh.
Harriet, 19, born Oh.

      Benjamin Lawrence is listed as a pioneer family of Franklin, documented to be in Franklin, Ohio by 1830.     


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. Nancy2 Snyder (Jacob1), born 5 Mar 1807 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa; christened 18 Apr 1808 in Donegal, Westmoreland, Pa; married 24 Oct 1848 in Holmes Co., Henry SCHWARTZFEGER/SWARTSEGER. 


Notes, Chronology, Sources for Nancy Snyder
 
      Baptismal sponsors P. Tumbold and Michael Hoh (Hay).

      Married by A.G. Gorge, M.G.  Holmes Co. Marriages from the L.D.S. library, vol 977,164 v25r p 480.

      1820 U.S. Census, Ohio, Wayne, Salt Creek
Jacob Snider Jr. [37] (Nancy's brother) 
males, 1 16-26, 3 26-45;
females, 1 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 45+
4 in agriculture
Peter Miller and George Snider lived close.

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850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Coshocton, Crawford, dwelling 182, family 182
Henry Swetsfeller, 46, farmer, real estate 1100, born Germany
Nancy, 40, born Germany
William, 18, farmer, born Germany
Versina, 18, female, born Germany

      1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Coshocton, Crawford, dwelling 405, family 404
Henry Swartzfager, 57, shoemaker, real estate 400, personal 50, born Hanover
Nancy, 54, born Pa.  Schneider Descendants, Page Four



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