226. John M Jr SNOOK was born in 1760 in New Jersey. He died before 23 Nov 1808 in Ohio Warren Co. He married Hannah COOLBACK on 26 Jul 1781 in New Jersey Hunterdon Co Amwell. [Parents]
[Snook.FTW]John Snook, Jr. likely born in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, died testate, Warren Co., Ohio. His estate record, Oct. 18, 1808, names administrator William Snook, widow Hannah Snook, and children William, Johnston (2yrs 3mos), Nancy Snook (10yrs), John Snook, Charlotte Sutton, wife of David sutton,Jr., and Julian Snook, who was his daughter-in-law.William Marts, his step-brother, was named administrator of John's property in Hunterdon County, New Jersey on Aug, 03, 1811. The bond was $2000. marts applied in the Hunterdon County Orphan's Court, August term 1811, stating the personal estate of John Snook was insuffecient to discharge the debts and expenses, and John's real estate was sold on Jan. 1, 1812 to Benjamin Johnson. (Snook newsletter, June 1997)On Nov. 23, 1808, Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio, Hannah snook, widow of the late John Snook, together with Elizabeth Trump, Charlotte Sutton, and Alice Snook, sold to William and John M. Snook a tract of 11 acres adjoining the town of Deerfied, where a sawmill and house were built. All participants were Tenants in Common.Hannah Snook of Union Twp. Warren Coounty, Ohio, also died testate. On Sept 14, 1835, the administrator of her estate was John M. Snook. On the same day, John M. Snook, son of Hannah, sued Joab Snook and others. Those named in the suit as heirs were: John M. Snook, Elizabeth Trump, late Elizabeth Snook, Nancy Sutton, late Snook of Warren County, Ohio, Joab Snook of Green County, Ohio, March Snook of Kentucky. Also name were: The children and heirs of William Snook, late of Warren County, Ohio, and the grandchildren of Hannah Snook: Lowry and Peter W. Snook, Melinda Crane, late Melinda Snook, married to Alexander Crane, Tarcilla Snook of Warren County, Harrison Snook of Indiana, and Jane & Irwin Snook of Warren County, OhioSources: Federal Census, Warren Co., Ohio 1820, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1900, Warren County Published Marriage Records, Cemetery Inscriptions, Willand Probate Records, Deeds and Wills, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.on Sept 6, 1803, John Snook and his wife Hannah conveyed a lot or parcel of woodland being part of a tract of land devolved on him as one of the heirs of John Snook (his father, late of the Township of Amwell, dec'd, to charles stout for $200.00 (Snook Newsletter, June 1997)Jan 1, 1807, Abstract of Unrecorded Deed, Propery of Frank W. Mounts, (Partiton and Quiteclaim) Indenture made between John Snook (one of the sons of John Snook, late of Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey deceased, & Hannah his wife, and Peter Snook, another son of the aforesaid John Snook, dec'd. The aforesaid John and Peter Snook, co-heirs of the aforesaid John Snook, dec'd, have made partition of all lands, tenements, ect in Amwell, which decended to them by the death of their father John Snook, intestate. John and Hannah Snook frant, release, and quitclaim unto Peter Snook all right and title to Peter Snookwitness by William marts and J. Blackwell
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Title: Descendants of William SnookAbbrev: Judy Tooman, Descendants of William SnookAuthor: Judy ToomanPublication: sent April 22, 2000Note: Descendants of William SnookGeneration No. 11. WILLIAM1 SNOOK died Bef. 18 Jun 1760 in Hunterdon Co., NJ. Hemarried CATERON (-).Notes for WILLIAM SNOOK:The will of William "Schnuck" or Snook, Amwell Hunterdon Co., written 26May 1760, proved 18 Jun 1760, named wife Cateron; children John, CaterinSteenman, Elizabeth Volbart, Christian Roteham, Ann Wombock, Mary Abbut,William, George, and Philipp. Execs: wife and sons John and William.Inventory taken 13 Jun 1760. (NJ Lib. 10, p. 575) Note: Roteham ismistranscription of Ketchum; Volbart aka Phulpher.William Snook was in Hunterdon Co. by about 1744.Birth order of William's children is unknown, except that John is calledthe eldest son in the will of wife Cateron and listed first in the willof William. It is believed son William, Jr. is buried in Larison'sCorner Cemetery, Amwell, and if so, he was born ca 1725. According to amilitary pension application, son Philip was born about 1740. All fivedaughters were married before May 1760, and were likely born before 1740.In Cateron's 1763 will, she refers to all children but George as havingchildren. She gave a special bequest to daughter Catharine Stineman,perhaps indicating she is the eldest daughter.In the New York City Dutch Church, 14 Jun 1724, Catherina SNOEK wasbaptised, the daughter of Wm. Snook & Anna K. Follepertyn; sponsors wereJohannes Snoek and Katharina Follepertyn. (NYGB, Record, 20/15) Someresearchers believe this is William, Cateron and dau. Catharine Snook ofHunterdon Co., NJ. Based also on NY church records (NYGB Record,16/124), it is believed by some that William Snook's father was JohannesSnook/Snoek, widower, who married 17 Mar 1727, CoenradinaManderbach/Manerspach, widow of Johann Peter Strouber, both from Germany.Sources: Hunterdon Co. and NJ State wills, probates, deeds and publishedmarriages; the Snook Newsletter; the "Snook Book", Littleford (1984).Notes for CATERON (-):The will of Catharine Snook, widow of William Snook, Amwell, HunterdonCo., written 30 Jan 1763, proved 3 Jun 1769, named sons Phillip; eldestson John; William (for use of children); and George (for the use of hischildren, if he shall have any); daughters Catharine, wife of RodolfeStineman (for the use of her children); Elizabeth Phulpher, wife ofWilliam Phulpher (for the use of children); Christian, wife of JacobKitchain (to her children); Ann, wife of Henry Wambock (for use of herchildren); Mary the wife of Benjamin Abet (for the use of her children);granddaughter Christian Stineman; Henry Wambock; 9 children all named.Inventory 22 May 1769. (NJ Lib. 14, p. 196; Lib.15, p. 28)Children of WILLIAM SNOOK and CATERON (-) are:2. i. JOHN2 SNOOK, b. ca 1722; d. Bef. 14 Mar 1794, NJ.3. ii. CATHERINE SNOOK, b. ca 1724; d. 1799, Hunterdon Co., NJ.4. iii. WILLIAM SNOOK , JR., b. ca 1725; d. 13 Jun 1793, Hunterdon Co.,NJ; bur Larison's Corner Cem., Hunterdon Co., , NJ.5. iv. ANN SNOOK, d. Aft. Oct 1787.v. MARY SNOOK, m. BENJAMIN ABBOTT.vi. CHRISTIAN SNOOK, m. JACOB KETCHUM.vii. ELIZABETH SNOOK, m. (1) WILLIAM PHULPHER; m. (2) WILLIAM SUTPHIN.Notes for WILLIAM PHULPHER:This surname is also Fulper and sometimes Volbert.6. viii. PHILIP SNOOK, b. ca 1740; d. 12 Nov 1816, Scioto Co., OH.7. ix. GEORGE SNOOK, b. ca 1742; d. 1807, Amwell, Hunterdon Co., NJ.Generation No. 22. JOHN2 SNOOK (WILLIAM1) was born ca 1722, and died Bef. 14 Mar 1794 inNJ1. He married (1) ELSE ROCKEFELLER ca 1750, daughter of JOHANN PIETERROCKEFELLER. He married (2) ELIZABETH (-) 23 May 1777 in Amwell,Hunterdon Co., NJ2.Notes for JOHN SNOOK:Based on circumstantial evidence from Hunterdon Co., NJ guardianship anddeed records, it is believed John Snook married first Else Rockefeller,daughter of emigrant Johann Pieter Rockefeller of Somerset and HunterdonCos., NJ.The will of Pieter Rockefeller, Sr., written 6 Dec 1763, proved 16 Aug1766, mentions the children (William, Ann, John and Peter) of daughterElse Snuke, deceased. Inventory was taken 11 Aug 1766. In the estateaccount by the executors, 23 Dec 1771, she is called Alice Snook. (NJLib. 12, p. 418; Lib. 14, p. 405)The Rockefeller Genealogy states Else Rockefeller was born 1727, SomersetCo., NJ. No information, including guardianship records, has been foundfor Snook children William and Ann.Hunterdon Co. Deed Abstract:Bk. 1, pg. 38 Mortgage deed from John Snook of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., toPeter Rockafeller and Phillip Peters, execs. of the last will of PeterRockafeller, late of the Twp. and county aforesaid, deceased. Dated 23Mar 1767. A lot or plantation in Amwell. Proviso: The said John Snookand his heirs or administrators pay off and fully disharge unto PeterRockafellar or Phillip Peters or either of their execs. or assignees onebond conditional for the payment of 85 pounds, 18 shillings, 8 pence,with lawful interest for the same from the date hereof, for the use ofthe degatees of the estate of Peter Rockefeller, deceased; and that on orbefore 1 May 1771, this deed shall be void. Wits: George and SamuelCorwin. Memo: On 2 Dec 1786, the original mortgage was cancelled.In 1776, John and Peter Snook, grandchildren of Peter Rockfellor (sic),fourteen and upwards, state in their petition that "having an estate realand personal which stands in need of due care, hath made choice of JohnSnook to be their guardian until they are twenty one." Signed 30 Jan1776.John was deceased by 14 Mar 1794. From the unrecorded deed (property ofFrank Mounts) between Joseph Craft of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., andCatharine his wife, and John Snook, son of John, dec'd, of the sameplace: William Snook late of Amwell, dec'd, in his life time and at thetime of his death, owned 103 acres of land in Amwell, where ElizabethSnook now lives. William Snook died intestate and his dau. Catharinebecame heir to the 1/23 part of the land. For the sum of 8 pounds goldor silver money, the land was released to John Snook. Wits: John andAugustine Stillwell. (See the division of land in the notes for William(2) Snook, son of William and Cateron.)Notes for ELIZABETH (-):From the Hunterdon Co., NJ, Historical Society, Flemington, NJ, Contentsof document in Pt. 1, collection #0018, Folder 86 (courtesy of FrankMounts): Elizabeth Snook, wife of John Snook, of Amwell Twp., executrixof the estate of the late John Marts, dec'd, and Peter Ent, executor,sold all the land of John Marts in accordance with his will. John Martswas the first husband of Elizabeth Snook. The land was sold to WilliamMarts on 27 Nov 1786, for 250 pounds, the land already being in WilliamMarts' possession. This document was also signed by John Snook. On 22Mar 1787, William Marts and his wife Elizabeth conveyed the same land toBenjamin Prall.Children of JOHN SNOOK and ELSE ROCKEFELLER are:i. WILLIAM3 SNOOK.ii. ANN SNOOK.iii. JOHN SNOOK , JR., b. ca 1760, NJ; d. Bef. 23 Nov 1808, Warren Co.,OH; m. HANNAH COOLBACK, 26 Jul 1781, Amwell, Hunterdon Co., NJ3.Notes for JOHN SNOOK , JR.:On 6 Sep 1803, John Snook and his wife Hannah conveyed a lot or parcel ofwoodland being part of a tract of land devolved on him as one of theheirs of John Snook (his father, late of the Township of Amwell, dec'd,to Charles Stout for $200. (Snook Newsletter, June 1997)1 Jan 1807, Abstract of Unrecorded Deed, Property of Frank W. Mounts(Partition and Quitclaim)Indenture made between John Snook (one of the sons of John Snook, late ofAmwell, Hunterdon Co., deceased) & Hannah his wife, and Peter Snook,another son of the aforesaid John Snook, dec'd. The aforesaid John andPeter Snook, co-heirs of the aforesaid John Snook, dec'd, have madepartition of all lands, tenements, etc. in Amwell, which descended tothem by the death of their father John Snook, intestate. John and HannahSnook grant, release, and quitclaim unto Peter Snook all right and titleto Peter Snook. Wit: William Marts and J. Blackwell.John Snook, Jr., likely born in Hunterdon Co., NJ, died intestate, WarrenCo., OH. His estate record, 18 Oct 1808, names administrator WilliamSnook, widow Hannah Snook, and children William, Johnston (2y 3m), NancySnook (10 y), John Snook, Charlotte Sutton, wife of David Sutton, Jr. andJulian Snook, who was his daughter-in-law.William Marts, his step-brother, was named administrator of John'sproperty in Hunterdon Co., NJ, on 3 Aug 1811. The bond was $3000. Martsapplied in the Hunterdon Co. Orphan's Court, August term 1811, statingthe personal estate of John Snook was insufficient to discharge the debtsand expenses, and John's real estate was sold on 1 Jan 1812 to BenjaminJohnson. (Snook Newsletter, June 1997)On 23 Nov 1808, Lebanon, Warren Co., OH, Hannah Snook, widow of the lateJohn Snook, together with Elizabeth Trump, Charlotte Sutton, and AliceSnook, sold to William and John M. Snook a tract of 11 acres adjoiningthe town of Deerfield, where a sawmill and house were built. Allparticipants were Tenants in Common.Hannah Snook of Union Twp., Warren Co., also died intestate On 14 Sep1835, the administrator of her estate was John M. Snook. On the sameday, John M. Snook, son of Hannah, sued Joab Snook and others. Thosenamed in the suit as heirs were: John M. Snook, Elizabeth Trump, lateElizabeth Snook; Nancy Sutton, late Snook, of Warren Co.; Joab Snook ofGreene Co., OH; March Snook of KY. Also named were: The children andheirs of William Snook, late of Warren Co., decd., and the grandchildrenof Hannah Snook: Lowry and Peter W. Snook; Melinda Crane, late MelindaSnook, married to Alexander Crane; Tarcilla Snook of Warren Co.; HarrisonSnook of IN; and Jane & Irwin Snook of Warren Co., OH.Sources: Federal Census, Warren Co., OH 1820, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1900;Warren Co. Published Marriage Records, Cemetery Inscriptions, and Willand Probate Records; Deeds and Wills, Hunterdon Co., NJ.iv. PETER SNOOK, b. Jan 1762, NJ; d. ca 1843, Hunterdon Co., NJ; burHarbourton Cem., Hopewell, Mercer Co., NJ; m. REBECCA (-), 01 Oct 1786,Hunterdon Co., NJ.Notes for PETER SNOOK:The birthdates for Peter and Rebecca (-) Snook and some children arefound in the Snook files at Hopewell Museum, Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., NJ.A birthdate for William Barns or Burns, 22 Jan 1784, is also included andmay be the son of Rebecca by a first marriage.Peter Snook acquired the designation "Miller". Peter died intestate andhis estate was inventoried 13 Apr 1843, proved 17 Apr 1843. Enoch andJohn Snook were administrators. Heirs listed were John, Enoch, ElizabethCraft, Peter and William Hunt and Levi Hixson, guardian of Susan AnnHixson. An order for division of the estate was filed Aug 1843 andlisted as heirs in this document were: Elizabeth, wife of George Craft;John and Enoch Snook; Peter and William Hunt, children of Susannah Hunt,dec'd; Susan Hixson, daughter of Elizabeth Hixson, dec'd, who was also achild of Susannah Hunt, decd. (Snook Newsletter)3. CATHERINE2 SNOOK (WILLIAM1) was born ca 1724, and died 1799 inHunterdon Co., NJ. She married RUDOLPH STEINMAN.Notes for CATHERINE SNOOK:Catherine Stineman's Hunterdon Co., NJ will written 16 Apr 1799, proved15 Jun 1799, names children Daniel, Rachel Young and Alice Runyan. Execs:Peter and John Snook. Wits: William Marts, Henry and Jacob Tidd.Notes for RUDOLPH STEINMAN:Rudolph Stineman, Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., died intestate before 23 Mar1780. Administrator of his estate was William Stineman, fellowbondsmanMinne Gulick, both of same place. Inventory was made 23 Oct 1779. (NJLib. 23, p. 215)Children of CATHERINE SNOOK and RUDOLPH STEINMAN are:i. CHRISTIAN3 STEINMAN, d. Bef. 02 Apr 1790; m. EPHRAIM REED.Notes for CHRISTIAN STEINMAN:The marriage of Christian Steinman to Ephraim Reed is based on the 2 Apr1790 division of land in Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., NJ, to the widow ofRudolph Stineman. No. 5 of the lots was to the four children ofChristian Reed, deceased wife of Ephraim Reed. Also, see the will ofCateron Snook.ii. WILLIAM STEINMAN, d. 1783, Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., NJ.Notes for WILLIAM STEINMAN:William Stineman, Hopewell, died intestate. Administrator of his estatewas Daniel Stineman with fellowondsman Minne Gulick, both of HunterdonCo. Wits: Aaron Runyan and Henry Hevener. Inv. 10 Dec 1785.8 May 1789, a Citation was made to Daniel Stineman, Admr. of WilliamStineman (which William was Adm'r of Rudolph Stineman), to file an Inv.of the estate of William and an account of estate of Rudolph. 6 Feb1790, a petition was filed by brother, sisters and heirs at law ofWilliam Stineman stating that he died in 1783, Int., and a division ofproperty was requested.On 2 Apr 1790, Division of lands of William Stineman, situated inHopewell Twp.:No. 1 Set off to the widow of Rudolph Stineman, 25 and 1/2 acres+/-No. 2 To Daniel Stineman, 20 and 3/4 acresNo. 3 To Rachel Young, wife of Peter Young, 10 acres, 10 perchesNo. 4 To the child of Ann Stout, dec'd, late wife of Anthony Stout, 10acres, 10 perchesNo. 5 To the four children of Christian Reed, dec'd, late wife ofEphraim Reed, 10 acres, 10 perchesNo. 6 To the child of Mary Heavener, late wife of Henry Heavener, 10acres, 10 perchesNo. 7 To Else Runion, wife of Cornelius Runion, 10 acres, 10 perchesNo. 8 To the four children of Catherine Hartman, late wife of JohnHartman, 10 acres.(NJ Lib. 26, pg. 218)iii. DANIEL STEINMAN.iv. RACHEL STEINMAN, m. PETER YOUNG.v. ALICE STEINMAN, m. CORNELIUS RUNION.vi. MARY STEINMAN, d. Bef. 02 Apr 1790; m. HENRY HEAVENER.vii. ANN STEINMAN, d. Bef. 02 Apr 1790; m. ANTHONY STOUT.viii. CATHERINE STEINMAN, d. Bef. 02 Apr 1790; m. JOHN HORTMAN.Notes for JOHN HORTMAN:In a few records, this surname is also Hartman.4. WILLIAM2 SNOOK , JR. (WILLIAM1) was born ca 1725, and died 13 Jun1793 in Hunterdon Co., NJ; bur Larison's Corner Cem., Hunterdon Co., ,NJ. He married ELIZABETH BELLIS.Notes for WILLIAM SNOOK , JR.:William Snook died intestate, 1793. In the will of his daughterElizabeth Snook, 1813, she names John as her eldest brother. Also fromher will, and documents dividing the estate of William, it can beascertained that John, Daniel, Peter, William, Jacob, Anne, Catherine,Elizabeth and Mary were children of William Snook, Jr. From theresearch of Frank Mounts, it is thought Andrew, Charles, Philip andGeorge Snook were three others. But there is likely another daughter asyet unknown.The property of William Snook equalled 103 acres, to be divided into 23shares, with each son to have 2 shares and each daughter one share. Ifthe above are William's children, 18 shares went to his sons and 4 sharesto his daughters, totaling 22 shares, therefore, one daughter is missing.Children of WILLIAM SNOOK and ELIZABETH BELLIS are:i. JOHN3 SNOOK, m. MARY GOLDEN, 05 Feb 1783, NJ.Notes for JOHN SNOOK:John and Mary (Golden) Snook quitclaimed his share of his fatherWilliam's 103+/- acres to John's brother Daniel on 1 May 1808. John andMary were of Independence Twp., Sussex Co., NJ at the time.ii. DANIEL SNOOK.iii. PETER W. SNOOK, b. 25 Sep 1758, Amwell, Hunterdon Co., NJ; d. 1837,Hunterdon Co., NJ; m. CATHERINE HEAVENDER, 13 Oct 1784, Hunterdon Co.,NJ.Notes for PETER W. SNOOK:Children of Peter Snook via the Snook Newsletter, Oct 1997. Peter andCatharine Snook sold Peter's share of his father William's 103+/- acresto his brother Daniel on 1 May 1807 (Hunterdon Co., NJ, Deed Book 23, pg.5). Peter gave his birthdate in a declaration when he filed for amilitary pension 15 Aug 1832. After his death in Hunterdon Co., in 1837,his estate was not administered by William W. Bradey until 11 Aug 1840.Inv. was taken 10 Aug 1840. Estate records show his name as Peter W.Snook.iv. WILLIAM W. SNOOK, b. ca 1766; d. 15 May 1842, Hunterdon Co., NJ.v. JACOB SNOOK.vi. ANDREW SNOOK.vii. CHARLES SNOOK.viii. PHILIP SNOOK, d. 1823, Hunterdon Co., NJ; bur Larison's CornerCem., Hunterdon Co., NJ; m. SARAH WILLIAMSON, 09 Dec 1802, HunterdonCo., NJ.ix. GEORGE SNOOK.x. ANNE SNOOK, m. SAMUEL DANBERRY.xi. CATHERINE SNOOK, m. JOSEPH CRAFT.Notes for CATHERINE SNOOK:14 Mar 1794, Abstract of Unrecorded Deed, original document property ofFrank W. Mounts:Indenture between Joseph Craft and Catharine his wife, Amwell, HunterdonCo., and John Snook, son of John, dec'd. Whereas, William Snook late ofAmwell, dec'd., owned a plantation or lot containing 103 acres situatedin Amwell, where Elizabeth Snook now lives, and the said William Snookdied intestate, the said Catharine Craft, dau. of said William Snook,dec'd., became heir to the one twenty-third part of the land. Joseph andCatharine Craft have full power and authority to sell the same and do forthe sum of 8 pounds gold or silver paid by the said John Snook.(Quitclaim deed) Wits: John and Augustine Stilwell.Notes for JOSEPH CRAFT:xii. ELIZABETH SNOOK.xiii. MARY SNOOK, m. WILLIAM DANBERRY.5. ANN2 SNOOK (WILLIAM1) died Aft. Oct 1787. She married HENRYWAMBAUGH.Notes for HENRY WAMBAUGH:Henry Wambaugh of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., NJ, died Int. by 5 Nov 1787.Adm'x, Ann Wambaugh; fellowbondsman Philip Snook, both of said place.Inv. 29 Oct 1787 by Paul Kuhl and John Rockafellor. (NJ Lib. 29, p 294)This surname is also Womboch and other variations.Children of ANN SNOOK and HENRY WAMBAUGH are:i. PETER3 WAMBAUGH.ii. CATHERINE WAMBAUGH.iii. ANNA WAMBAUGH.iv. WILLIAM WAMBAUGH.v. HENRY WAMBAUGH, d. Bef. 05 Feb 1805, Hunterdon Co., NJ; m. RACHELSNOOK, 03 Aug 1800, Hunterdon Co., NJ.Notes for HENRY WAMBAUGH:Guardianships of Minors: Ann & Jacob (-14) Wambough, children of HenryWambough, dec'd. Guardian: their mother Rachel; sureties, William Snook& William Danbury, 5 Feb 1805. (More Records of Old Hunterdon Co., NJ,Vol. 1, 1998, compiled by D'Autrechy)6. PHILIP2 SNOOK (WILLIAM1) was born ca 1740, and died 12 Nov 1816 inScioto Co., OH. He married MARGARET HEIVENER 01 Apr 1773 in HunterdonCo., NJ.Notes for PHILIP SNOOK:Children and their spouses taken from the Snook Newsletter, Feb. 1987 &Feb 1988, and Scioto, OH, Marriage Records and Affidavits. On 11 Nov1858, Parke Co., IN, Jeremiah Snook, age 74 yrs, resident of MacoupinCo., IL, declared he was the son and heir of Philip Snook, Capt. in theNJ Militia in the RW; that Philip volunteered at Monmouth Co. in 1776,and was wounded in the Battle of Monmouth; that Jeremiah Snook is the sonof Philip by wife Margaret Heavener who married Philip in NJ, about 1772;and that Philip died in Scioto Co., OH, on 12 Nov 1816; and that Margaretdied in the same county and state about 1 Nov 1819. The only otherliving children of Philip are Margaret Davis, Elizabeth Moore and JohnSnook.Birthdates of children from Kelsey Jones, 1999.Children of PHILIP SNOOK and MARGARET HEIVENER are:i. CATHERINE3 SNOOK, b. 13 Jun 1773.ii. AARON SNOOK, b. 08 Dec 1774; m. ELIZABETH HESLER, 17 Apr 1822,Scioto Co., OH.iii. RACHEL SNOOK, b. 16 Nov 1776; m. (1) WILLIAM DONALDSON; m. (2) LEVITAYLOR.Notes for RACHEL SNOOK:Husbands of Rachel from Kelsey Jones, 1999.iv. ABRAHAM SNOOK.v. CHARITY SNOOK, b. 12 Mar 1780.vi. LEAH SNOOK, b. 18 Feb 1782.vii. JEREMIAH SNOOK, b. 22 May 1784; m. NANCY PILLHOUSE, 12 Dec 1805,Scioto Co., OH.Notes for NANCY PILLHOUSE:Her name was transcribed Pitthone in the marriage record and some havesaid it was Pittman.viii. MARGARET SNOOK, b. 31 Mar 1786; m. ROBERT DARLINGTON, 03 Dec 1821,Scioto Co., OH.ix. PHILIP SNOOK, b. 09 Apr 1788.x. ANNE SNOOK, b. 20 Feb 1790.xi. ISAAC SNOOK, b. 19 Apr 1793.xii. ELIZABETH SNOOK, b. 27 Jan 1795; m. WILLIAM MOORE, 04 May 1813,Scioto Co., OH.xiii. JOHN SNOOK, b. 06 Sep 1797; m. BARBARA HOPPES, 05 Mar 1819, SciotoCo., OH.xiv. ISAIAH SNOOK, b. 26 Mar 1801; m. POLLY FLEMING, 13 Jan 1827, SciotoCo., OH.7. GEORGE2 SNOOK (WILLIAM1) was born ca 1742, and died 1807 in Amwell,Hunterdon Co., NJ. He married ANNE (-).Notes for GEORGE SNOOK:Children of George Snook based on research by Frank Mounts. His will(written 15 Oct 1803, proved 23 Sep 1807) names wife Anne and 14children. His children were all born after 1763 (see his mother's will).His estate was to be sold and proceeds divided into 20 shares among hischildren: Sons William, George, Peter, Samuel, Richard and Nathanielwere to have 2 shares each; daughters Elizabeth Marts, Catherine Field,Sarah Bosenberk, Mary Young, Hannah Golden, Deborah Snook, Achsa Snook,and Rachel Snook were to receive 1 share each.Note: On 4 Jul 1807, George Snook,Sr. and Anne his wife sold part of hisland to son Wiliam, being part of a 103 acre tract which descended to himby the death of his father William Snook. The deed states that WilliamSnook died intestate; however, this statement proves to be an error.William (1) Snook had a will and divided his land so that his son Johnreceived 102 acres and sons William, George and Phillip received 103acres each. William (1) left wife Cateron 120 acres and his fivedaughters received a total of 175 acres. George Snook, Sr., was then theson of William (1) Snook.Notes for ANNE (-):It has been speculated that Anne was the daughter of GeorgeCorwin/Corwine but no proof has been found. She may have been Anna MariePulver, b 4 Dec 1746, dau of Conrad Pulver and Anna Schaffer who md 7 Nov1765, Gottfried Schnuch at the Red Hook Lutheran Church, Dutchess Co.,NY.Children of GEORGE SNOOK and ANNE (-) are:i. WILLIAM C.3 SNOOK, b. 07 May 1780, NJ; d. 29 Oct 1827, OH; m.LAMBRECHE STOUT.Notes for WILLIAM C. SNOOK:Some information on William and Lambreche (Stout) Snook and descendantsfrom Michael A. Barker, 1995.On 20 Apr 1814, William Snook of Amwell, Hunterdon Co. and Lamberche, hiswife, sold land to George Snook, being the same land which George Snook,Sr. and Ann his wife, by their deed of indenture (4 Jul 1807) sold to thesaid William Snook. (Hunterdon Co. Deed Book 23, pgs. 321-322)On 17 Dec 1817, William Snook sold land in Warren Co., OH ( Warren Co.,Deed Book 9, pg. 19) and was enumerated in the 1820 Census as W. C. Snookin Hamilton Twp. On 24 Mar 1821, he is identified as of that place, whenhe and George Snook of Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., NJ, sold their father'sland containing 174 acres+ to Jacob Case. (Hunterdon Co. Deed book 31,pgs. 596-598).William C. Snook was a resident of Hamilton Twp., Warren Co., OH before1820. "Representative Citizens of Paulding Co., OH" lists William CorwinSnook, born 26 Aug 1781, NJ; died 28 Aug 1827. It lists his wife asLonita but it is believed this is an error in transcribing her name. Shewas said born 28 Aug 1783, NJ; died 17 Jan 1833, OH.Notes for LAMBRECHE STOUT:She may be the same as Lambertha Snook, 1850 Census of Delaware Twp.,Defiance Co., OH, age 67, b NJ; with George, farmer, age 43, b NJ; Peter,age 32, lawyer, b OH; and Caroline 15, b OH,ii. GEORGE SNOOK.iii. PETER G. SNOOK, b. 14 Jan 1789, Hunterdon Co., NJ; d. 22 Apr 1874,Hunterdon Co., NJ; bur Larison's Corner Cem., Hunterdon Co., NJ; m. AMYWILLIAMSON.iv. SAMUEL SNOOK.v. RICHARD SNOOK.vi. NATHANIEL SNOOK.vii. CATHERINE SNOOK, m. (-) FIELD.viii. SARAH SNOOK, m. (-) BOZENBACK.ix. MARY SNOOK, m. JOHN YOUNG, 10 Feb 1799, Hunterdon Co., NJ.x. HANNAH SNOOK, m. ANDREW GOLDEN.xi. DEBORAH SNOOK, m. WILLIAM SNOOK, 15 Jun 1811, Hunterdon Co., NJ.xii. ACHSAH SNOOK, m. NOAH CRAFT, 25 Jan 1809, Hunterdon Co., NJ.xiii. ELIZABETH SNOOK, m. WILLIAM MARTS, 28 May 1783, Hunterdon Co.,NJ4.Notes for WILLIAM MARTS:In 1830, William Martz was living in Hamilton Twp., Warren Co., OH, withone free white male 60-70; one free white female 60-70 and one free whitefemale 30-40. He was not in Warren Co. in the 1820 census.Warren Co., OH, probate: Wm. Marts will signed 10 Sep 1842, probated 4Nov 1844, residence Hamilton Twp., named exec. Peter W. Snook; widowElizabeth Marts; heirs son-in-law James Hixson. A notation: William wasCol. late of Montgomery Co., IN.xiv. RACHEL SNOOK, b. NJ; m. HENRY WAMBAUGH, 03 Aug 1800, Hunterdon Co.,NJ.Notes for HENRY WAMBAUGH:Guardianships of Minors: Ann & Jacob (-14) Wambough, children of HenryWambough, dec'd. Guardian: their mother Rachel; sureties, William Snook& William Danbury, 5 Feb 1805. (More Records of Old Hunterdon Co., NJ,Vol. 1, 1998, compiled by D'Autrechy)Endnotes1. Quitclaim deed from Joseph & Catherine (Snook) Craft, to John Snook,son of John..2. Rev. Wm. Fraser's 3 Parishes (The PA Magazine of Hist. & Biog., VolXIII).3. The PA Magazine, Vol. XII.4. Snook Newsletter.Repository:
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232. Henry Bolser BALTZELL was born in 1735 in Germany Klingen. He died in 1821 in Ohio Hamilton Co Sycamore Twp. He married Mary Margaretta ALEXANDER on 2 Nov 1760 in Maryland Frederick Co . [Parents]
Henry left Frederick, MD prior to 1790 and lived in Berks Co before he went to Washington Co., PA where he resided when he sold his last Frederick Co. property to his sister Magdalena Storm. A transfer of property from Henry and Margaretha Balsell to Leonard Sturrun, called"Tom's Gift', was recorded 28 Mar 1775. 1
Abbrev: DENMAN-FRISINGER & Allied Fams. by Betty Pond SnydTitle: DENMAN-FRISINGER & Allied Fams. by Betty Pond Snyder B3569FF
Abbrev: Marriage Record-FGERCTitle: First German Evangelical Reformed ChurchPublication: Frederick Co, MD: (FR 1107)Page: Quoted by Bette Casteel
Source: Lester LeMay
Both Henry and Mary are buried on the burial plot on the old Bolser homestead, four miles east of Reading, Ohio. The family moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania around 1790 and then on to Hamilton County, Ohio (currently Cincinnati) by 1795 coming in with the Bell, Waldsmith and Kern families.
Henry served in the Revolutionary War as a 2nd Lieutenant in Captain Fist(h)er’s Company under the command of Colonel Nicholas Hausseger of the German Battalion. This makes all of his adult descendants eligible to join the Sons/Daughters of the American Revolution.
233. Mary Margaretta ALEXANDER was born in 1741 in Germany Klingen. She died in 1821 in Ohio Hamilton Co. [Parents]
~B DATE OF MARRIAGE: 2 NOV 1760 ~b 1ST GER EVAN REFORMED CH, FREDERICKCOMD "HENRY BALZEL TO MARG. ALEXANDER 2 NOV 1760"
248. Joseph EVERETT was born on 1 Nov 1757 in Pennsylvania Lehigh Co Lynn Twp. He died on 1 Oct 1831. He was buried on 14 Oct 1831 in Ohio Tuscarawas Co Clay Twp . He married Sarah Elizabeth DAVIS. [Parents]
249. Sarah Elizabeth DAVIS was born on 30 Aug 1754 in New York Dutchess Co Oblong. She died on 15/16 Oct 1813 in Ohio Tuscarawas Co Beersheba. [Parents]
250. Matthias TAYLOR was born on 5 Dec 1753 in Maryland Frederick Co. He died on 14 Feb 1841 in Ohio Tuscarawas Co Gnadenhutten. He married Mary OWEN on 9 May 1775. Matthias joined religion Hope N Carolina Moravian Church on 21 Apr 1793.
Religion: Taken from Church Book of the Brethren's Congregation at Beersheba on the West side of the Muskingam River opened in the year of our Lord 1805 Clay Twp., Tuscarawas, Ohio:977.166K2eb - Page 10 - 79. November 15th, 1810. Brother Matthias Tailor with his wife and son John moved on this side from the Dutch settlement. Belonged to the Brethren's Congregation at Hope in North Carolina. Came to Gnadenhutten October 11, 1804. Taken from the, Church Book of the Bretheren's Congregation at Beersheba on the Westside of the muskingum River Opened in the Year of Our Lord 1805 Clay Twp., Tuscarawas, Ohio: "October 6th. Brother Matthias Tailor's house in our settlement got raised." Later in the same book: "Matthais and Mary Tailor. Children: John, Ann, Mary Ann, Rebecca. Note. By a letter of Brother Loskiel dated November 22nd, 1805, I got informed that Brother and Sister Tailor are not to be reckoned to our congregation, since they live on the Eastside of Muskingum river. George Miller. Moved to this side in 1810.
Religion: "... One year later (1810), Mathias Taylor built a cabin on the east side of the river, in the Gnadenhutten tract. His children were John, Ann, Mary Ann and Rebecca. Mathias Taylor and family, William, Horatio and John S. Petticoart, three brothers, and Thomas Hamilton, an unmarried young man, emigrated from North Carolina in 1804 and settled in the vicinity of Gnadenhutten."
DEATH: Mary Tailor, late Owen, a married woman aged 69 years, 5 months and 2 days. She was born November 15, 1754 in Loudon County, Virginia. May 9, 1775 she married the present widower Matthias Tailor. Their married state was blessed with 3 sons and 6 daughters; of which 2 sons and 4 daughters have died; she lived to see 29 grandchildren, 5 departed this life, and one great grandchild. August 26, 1781 she was received in the Brethrens' Congregation at Hope, North Carolina and on April 21, 1791 was admitted to the Lord's Supper. In the year 1804 she moved with her family to the State of Ohio and lived near Gnadenhutten till November 15, 1810 when she moved to Beersheba.