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Schnorf/Snuff, Rigg, Walker and Cook Family Photo Collection

Contributor:
John Walker on 23 to 30 April 2005 and later
Source:
Photo Collection of John Walker
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Anna Elizabeth (Stubbs) Schnorf
(b. 1831, Maryland; d. 6 Oct 1906, Niles, Berrien Co., MI; bur. Morris Chapel Cemetery
)
wife of David Schnorf who she married 5 Sep 1853 in Ohio
(b. 14 Mar 1830, Warren Co., OH to Peter Schnorf & Martha Cartwright; d. 23 Aug 1888, NIles, Berrien Co., MI; bur. Morris Chapel Cemetery)

contributed by Rosemary Cain Wallace who indicates that they had 3 children,
Syvilla Jane "Villie" Schnorf (b. 26 Jun 1854, Michigan; d. 21 Jun 1942, Niles, MI; married Charles Loren Davis 9 Oct 1873 Berrien Co., MI)
Chauncey Ellmore Schnorf (b. 23 Apr 1856, Michigan; d. 29 Aug 1860, Michigan)
Musetta May "Musa" Schnorf (b. 20 Apr 1873 Berrien Co, MI; d. 17 Apr 1969 Niles, MI; married Francis A. "Frank" Davis)

367 A license authorizing
the Marriage of
David Schnorf &
Ann Elisabeth P. Stoubs
issued
September 3d 1853
The Marriage of
these partes was
solemized by
William Nealeigh, M.G.
Septr. 8, 1853
Contributed by John Walker 1 April 2006 who indicates that this is a Darke County, Ohio Marriage Record
SCHNORF, David Stoubs, Ann Elizabeth P 8 September 1853, William Nealeigh, MG
Contributed by John Walker 1 April 2006 who indicates that this is a Darke County, Ohio Marriage Record
Catharine Cook Snuff - following text submitted by John Walker on 24 Oct 2005 who writes,
"This was written by Edgar Snuff after the death of his mother, Catharine Cook Snuff and transcribed by Faye Calbetzor Walker, the wife of Robert Walker who was the son of Elwood Walker and the grandson of Edith Mae Snuff Walker. It was typed it exactly as he wrote it - misspelled words and all."
25 Jul 2006: John Walker adds that "Elwood is the (1st)son of Edith(Walker),grandson of Edgar Snuff."
25 Sep 2006" John Walker adds thant "George's death date is 3 years off..."

Catharine Cook (Snuff) was borned June 2nd 1828. Her birth occured in New Jersey where Trenton now stands. Her father, Anthony Cook then moved to Warren Co. Ohio when she was 2 years old. Her second birthday occurring as they were crossing the Allagany Mountains. Ohio is where she grew up to womanhood. She was married to Geo. Snuff of the same place on Dec.14, 1848. There was borned to them 6 children of which there was one pair of twins who lived but a few hours then passed away. Granville a son passed away in young manhood. Those that are still living are Mrs. N. J. Long of Grand Rapids, John W. Snuff & Edgar L. Snuff who reside near the homestead. All of whom were borned in Warren Co, Ohio. The father and mother with their family moved to this state in the fall of 1863. The death of Granville occurring in this state. With the exception of about 2 years she resided ever since she came to this state at the same place. George Snuff the father passed away June 13, 1898 [sic 1895] leaving a widow 23 years. The mother who lived to the age of 90 yrs 5 mo 8 days. She lived a hale and hardy life until about 2 months ago and 5 weeks ago took to her bed gradually failing until the end came. She was a member of South Berrien County church of the Baptist denomination and contributed to it's support as long as the church exhisted. She had great faith in her maker as one can see by the prayer she made a few days before she died which as near as memory serves was like this:

"Oh my God have mercy on me Lord Jesus take me in Thy arms and carry me home to my God in Heaven."
(then a pause of a few minutes)
"Oh how sweet it will be when I get home to the my God in Heaven"
another pause,
"oh where are where are my children being told that they were all here saying I want you all
to be good and sometime come home to me in Heaven"

George Snuff

 

George Snuff

Contributor: John Walker on 23 June 2006 who writes,
"See Obituary which reads, George Snorf, aged about 76 years of Niles twp.,formerly of Berrien twp.(wrong George!)
died at his home 4 miles north of Niles last Thursday morning."

 

John W. Snuff

Born Oct.18,1857 in Franklin,Warren Co., Ohio, died Jan.30,1 938 in Niles,Berrien Co., Michigan. Son of George and George and Catharine Cook Snuff.

John W. Snuff son of George and Catharine Cook Snuff, born 10/18/1857 in Franklin,Warren Co.,Ohio.
Wife Julia A. Wolfgang,
children: Irva (Strong) and Alton John Snuff.

[also see obituaries]

Joseph Corwin Snuff

Born Jan. 22, 1825 in Turtle Creek Twp.,Warren Co., Ohio died after 1860 Clear Creek Twp.,Warren Co., Ohio, married.Martha Ann Cunningham May 13,1847 Turtle Creek Twp.

Joseph Corwin Snuff was the son of George Schnorf(1796-1851) and Kaziah Corwin(1799-1866),grandson of Jacob Schnorf and Mary Kinder Schnorf. [photo submitted by John Walker who obtained it from Kim Richards]

Corwin Brothers

The brothers of Keziah Corwin Schnorf - Matthias, Joseph, Ichabod, James,Richard, William, Benjamin and Milton. They were the children of Joseph Case Corwin and Susanna Wickerham.
[photo submitted 11 May 2005 by John Walker who obtained it from Kim Richards - not sure who is who]

Edgar Landis,John W.,Nancy Jane (Long) Snuff aft 1877

3 of 6 surviving children of George and Catharine Cook Snuff,all born in Warren Co.,Ohio

4 Generations

Catharine Cook Snuff,daughter Nancy Snuff Long (wife of Wilber Long), her son Marshal Long, his son Walter Long.

Nancy Jane Snuff was born in Warren Co. on 12/7/1849, her father is George S. Snuff who died in 1895, photo no doubt after that. She is the great grandaughter of Jacob Schnorf Revolutionary War vet of Warren Co.,Ohio.

John, Robert & Joel Cook great Uncles

Sons of Anthony and Nancy Taylor Cook from New Jersey. The family lived in Franklin,Ohio and are buried at Woodhill Cemetery.

Granville C. Snuff

Born 2/1853 in Franklin Twp., Warren Co.,Ohio died May 4,1877 in Niles Twp.,Berrien Co.,Ohio.
Son of George and Catharine Cook Snuff,
Grandson of Isaac and Sarah Jane Rigg Snuff,
Ggreat grandson of Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf.

"repaired" photo contibuted by John Walker 12 April 2006

Mary Ann Cook Bradstreet & Catherine Cook Snuff about 1900

daughters of Anthony and Nancy Taylor Cook ,Mary Ann Cook Bradstreet most likely was born in Warren Co.,Ohio in 1834

Snuff & Walker 4 generations

Catharine Cook Snuff 1828-1918,Edgar Landis Snuff 1851-1927,Edith May Snuff Walker 1881-1972, and her daughter Marian Edith.taken abt 1912-3

Edgar Landis Snuff

Contributed 23 Jan 2006 by John Walker who writes,
"This is the earliest photo of Edgar found so far,born in 1851,probably taken in Niles abt 1869,father George Snuff move out of Warren county in the fall of 1863. Great grandson of Jacob Schnorf and Eleazer Rigg."

Edgar Landis Snuff

Contributed by John Walker 30 Apr 2005 who writes
"Born May 1,1851 in Franklin Twp., Warren Co. ,Ohio, died Oct. 10.1927 in Niles Twp., Berrein Co., Michigan. married Sarah Amelia Foster Jan.18,1875 in Niles. Children:George Edwin (infant), Clyde John (1878-1952), Edith May Snuff (aka Mrs.David Nelson Walker) 1881-1972"

Edgar Landis Snuff (about 1875) - following text submitted by John Walker on 24 Oct 2005

EDGAR L. SNUFF is a prominent
farmer residing on section 10, Niles township, and the years have brought him a good return for his labor in the fields. He was born in Warren county, Ohio, May 1, 1851.His father, George Snuff, a native of the same county, arrived in Berrien county in 1864. He was a son of Isaac Snuff, who was supposed to have been a native of Pennsylvania, while the great-grandfather of our subject was born in Germany(Uetikon,Switzerland) and was the founder of the family in the new world. George Snuff upon his arrival in Berrien county(fall of 1863) took up his abode on section 18, Niles township, where he remained for a year, and in 1865 he located on section 3 of the same township, where he died in his seventy-fifth year. His political allegiance was given to the Democracy. In early manhood he wedded Catharine Cook, a native of New Jersey, and a daughter of Anthony Cook, who was born in *England, and on coming to America settled in New Jersey,where he resided for a time. Later he removed to Warren county, Ohio, where his daughter, Mrs. Snuff, was reared. She is still living and resides upon the old homestead on section 3, Niles township. By her marriage she became the mother of six children, four sons and two daughters, but only three are now living, namely: Nana J., the wife of Wilber F. Long, of Grand Rapids, Michigan; Edgar L.; and John W., who is residing on section 3, Niles township.Edgar L. is the second child and eldest son in his father's family and was about thirteen years of age when his parents left the Buckeye state and came to Berrien county, Michigan. The remainder of his youth was therefore passed upon the old
homestead place on section 3, Niles township. His early education was acquired in the district schools and he afterward attended a select school in Niles. He re-mained at home until he attained his majority, assisting in the work of the fields and then sought a companion and helpmate for life's journey, being married February 18,1875, to Miss Sarah Foster, a daughter of George and Margaret (Johnson) Foster.Mr. Foster was born in County Down, Ireland, December 27, 1817, and died November 1, 1891. Mrs. Foster was born in Virginia, August 5, 1823, and died June 26,1888. Both are interred in Niles cemetery.Mrs. Snuff was born in Niles township,February 4, 1855, where she spent her girlhood days. Mr. Snuff operated his father's farm for some time and eventually bought the farm where he now lives. Here he owns one hundred and sixty acres of land, of which one hundred and twenty acres is situated on section 10, and forty acres on section 11, Niles township. He carries on general farming and his wife also owns a farm of one hundred and twenty acres adjoining his place. In his work he is practical and his efforts are attended with a measure of success that makes him one of thesubstantial residents of his community.Unto Mr. and Mrs. Snuff have been born two children who are yet living, and they also lost one child. The son, Clyde J.,one of the successful teachers in North Dakota, was educated in South Bend, and at the Valparaiso Normal. Edith M. is the wife of David Walker, who resides upon her mother's farm. Mr. Snuff votes with the Democracy on questions relating to the weal or woe of the nation but casts an independent ballot at local elections. He belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at Niles and he and his wife are members of the Rebekah lodge. He is well known in the county where for forty-two years he has made his home.


*I read where if a family didn't know the birthplace of an ancestor they would note origin of ancestory lines,this because the English wanted distinction from the Irish.If it is true that Anthony was born in England then he probably isn't the son of Joel and Keturah Meirs Cook.Anthony's first son was named Joel and second son Robert named after Anthony's father-in-law Robert Taylor.There is record of Joel Cook and Keturah Meirs having a son named Anthony born in the early 1790's.So far I haven't made a 100% positive connection with Anthony(1794-1859) and Joel Cook(1763-1796) unless the account made by Richard Yerkes Cooke is true,Richard Y. seemed to have a pretty good handle on family history,but I have not seen the original copy either.

  Edgar Landis Snuff 1927 Death Record [one line of Register- in 3 parts]
674 Oct 28 1927 Snuff Edgar L. M, W, 76-5-27, Niles Twp, acute indigestion Ohio, Retired farmer, Geo. Snuff, Oh
Catharine Cook, Ohio

contributed by John Walker 21 Feb 2006

Sarah Amelia (Foster) Snuff
wife of wife of Edgar Landis Snuff,abt 1873

contributed by John Walker 1 Feb 2006

George Franklin Hapner

born 1848 to George and Minerva (Schnorf) Hapner

Wilber F. Long and Nancy Jane (Snuff) Long

Contributed by John Walker 30 Apr 2005 [updated 25 Jan 2008] who writes,
Wilber, born 11/28/1846 in Ellsworth,Ohio, died 3/17/1921 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, wife Nancy Jane born 12/7/1849 in Franklin Twp.,Warren Co., Ohio died 4/25/1943 in Proctor,St.Louis county,MN and both are buried in Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Michigan, she is the daughter of George and Catharine Cook Snuff. Children: Clinton A.died as an infant, Marshal Long born 1876

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Anderson Daughters

Contributed by John Walker 30 Apr 2005 who writes,
"Daughters of John S. and Margaret Carmony Anderson, grandaughters of James Anderson (1765-1837) and Mary Elizabeth Schnorf Anderson (1773-1840) & great grandaughters of Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf
F-LR,Sinthey Ann Walser, Elizabeth Teague.
B-LR,Mary Waymire, Margaret E. Anderson

Unknown in Franklin, Ohio

Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes  
"I'm guessing this is a sister to Catharine Cook Snuff, could be Edna Cook Corwin or Mary Ann Cook Bradstreet, or Catherine in her younger years, photo was taken in Franklin, Ohio, or I could be way off?"

Syvilla Schnorf Davis

Contributed by John Walker 19 Jan 2006

Hamlin & Rachel Marie (Snuff) Skinner

Betty Skinner Cowels donated the photo sent by John Walker 29 August 2005 who writes,
"Distant cousins who married,Hamlin is the great grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf and Rachel Marie is the grandaughter of Isaac and Sarah Jane Rigg Snuff.John and Isaac are brothers." See Family Group Sheet [pdf file]


obituary

James C. Skinner

Contributed 23 Jan 2006 by John Walker who writes,
" James C Skinner(1828) married Susanna Schnorf (1837) Warren Co.,Ohio,daughter of Isaac(1814) and Elizabeth Nye Schnorf"

Morris Chapel Cemetery, Niles, Berrien Twp, Berrien County, Michigan

Contributed by John Walker who writes,
" This is the Snuff /Cook family that left Warren Co.,and came to Niles,Michigan in 1863.Picture taken at the Morris Chapel Cemetery,Berrien Twp.,Berrien Co.,MI.George Snuff is a grandson of Jacob Schnorf and son of Isaac and Sarah Jane Rigg Snuff.Catharine is the daughter of Anthony and Nancy Taylor Cook. George Snuff was born in Warren Co."
Granville C. Snuff
Died May 4, 1877
aged 24 years 3 months 11 days
Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes  
"Granville Cook Snuff born 2/1853 in Warren Co., Ohio died 5/4/1877 in Niles Twp.,Berrien Co.,Michigan. never married. Son of George and Catharine Cook Snuff. Morris Chapel cemetery Berrein Twp., reverse side of George/Catharine's stone"
SNUFF
Julia A. Snuff John W. Snuff
1879 - 1951 1857 - 1938
 
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Isaac Schnorf
died
Aug 20, 1882
aged
68 years 1 month & 24 days
Eliza Schnorf
1818 - 1897

Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes
"Isaac Schnorf born 6/27/1814 in Warren Co., Ohio died 8/20/1882 in Niles Twp., Berrien Co., Michigan, son of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf.married Elizabeth Van Vleer? no dates, and Elizabeth Nye who was born 12/14/1813 in Warren Co.,Ohio on 7/17/1834 in Ohio."

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David Schnorf Ann E. Schnorf
wife of D. Schnorf
died
Aug 23, 1888
aged
58 years 5 months & 9 days
died
Oct. 8, 1906
aged
75 years 5 months & 28 days
SCHNORF

Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes
David Schnorf born 3/14/1830 Warren Co., Ohio died 8/23/1888 in Niles, Michigan, married Anna Elizabeth Permila? 1831-10/6/1906 on 9/8/1853 Darke Co., Ohio. David is the son of Peter and Mary Martha Cartwright, also the grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf of PA and Warren Co., Ohio, and a cousin to George Snuff also buried at the Morris Chapel Cemetery,Berrien Twp.,Berrien Co.,MI"

Peter & Sarah (Concannon) Schnorf Family
Peter Schnorf
died
March 9, 1868
aged 67 years
Mother
Sarah Concannon
wife of Peter Schnorf
born April 5, 1804
died Nov. 13, 1893
aged 82 yrs 7 mos & 8 days
IsaacSchnorf
son of P. & S. Schnorf
died
Dec. 22, 1863
AE. 17 yrs 4 mo 25 ds
George W. Schnorf
son of P. & S. Schnorf
died Jun 22, 1851?
aged 1 year, 5 mo & 8 days
Contributed by John Walker 17 Aug 2005 who writes,
"Peter Schnorf, son of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf was born in Washington Co., PA, Jan.14,1801"

Chauncey E. Schnorf
son of D. & A. E. Schnorf
died Aug. 29, 1860
aged 4 years 4 months & 6 days

Contributed by John Walker 29 Aug 2005 who writes,
born 4/23/1856 Niles Twp. ,Michigan. died 8/29/1860 Niles Twp., MI. Morris Chapel. Son of David and Anna Elizabeth Stubbs Schnorf.

Jackson Snuff
died Mar. 7, 1877
aged 61 years 6 months & 22 days

Contributed by John Walker 29 Aug 2005 who writes,
Son of Isaac and Sarah Jane Rigg Schnorf . Born 8/13/1815 Turtlecreek Twp.,Warren Co., Ohio died 3/7/1877 in Oronoko Twp.,Berrien Co., Michigan. He married Mary Ross 9/4/1838 Warren Co.,OH. Haven't found a stone for Mary yet.

Mary Snorf Hadlock
wife of Francis J. Hadlock
born June __, 18__

Contributed by John Walker 29 Aug 2005 who writes,
another daughter of Peter and Sarah Schnorf, all these stones from the Morris Chapel Cemetery ,Berrien Twp., Berrien Co., MI
[see Photo]

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James M. Taylor
1837 - 1875
Eliza K. Taylor his wife
1840 - 19__
Contributed by John Walker 29 Aug 2005 who writes,
daughter of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf

Union Church Cemetery, Berrien Twp, Berrien County, Michigan

SNORF
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John Snorf Teresa O'Brien Snorf
his wife
1844 - 1908 1848 - 1904

Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes, "Buried at the Union church cemetery in Berrien Twp.which is about two miles west of Morris Chapel. May have been born in Darke or Warren Co., son of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf of Warren Co.,Ohio, grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf."

Mother [also see obituary]
Sarah J. Morris
1828 - 1884
Father [also see obituary]
Jonathan Morris
1828 - 1919
Contributed by John Walker 30 September 2005
John Snorf
died
May 5, 1844
aged 37 years, 3 months
Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes,
"John Snorf Jr. born 2 Feb 1807 in Warren Co.,Ohio died 5 May 1844 in Ansonia,Darke Co.,OH; married Sarah W. Crawford (1811-1840) on 8 Oct 1829 in Warren Co.,Ohio. Son of John and Elizabeth Winterrowed Schnorf I'm pretty sure that is Verona Cem.,Preble Co.that's were Larry took the Mary Kinder Schnorf stone.
."
John E. Snuff
Co. E.
18 Ohio Inf.
Dayton National Cemetery,
Sec 1 Row 22, Site 37
Contributed by John Walker 30 April 2005 who writes,
"born 6/20/1838-Company E 18th Infantry Ohio, son of George and Kaziah Corwin Schnorf, married Mary Eliza Wilkinson, children: Wade Wilkinson Snuff and Joseph C. Snuff. Show John living in Clear Creek Twp with Kaziah in 1860."
This shows my Anthony Cook and family in Warren Co in 1840 census. Family history says he left NJ in 1832.

Michigan Death Record for George Snuff

Submitted by John Walker on 24 April 2005 who writes,
"This Death certificate proves that George's parents where Isaac Snuff (aka Schnorf) and Sarah Jane Rigg Snuff of PA. Also on the second line up from George is his second cousin once removed Elizabeth J. Nye Stafford born (10/29/1842) Ohio,and it shows her parents are Benjamin Nye(4/19/1816) and Euphamia Schnorf (9/19/1818)both of Warren Co.,Ohio not Michigan as the document states. Euphamia is the daughter of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf and grandaughter of Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf. George Snuff would be a cousin to Euphamia Schnorf,I think!"

George Snuff Remembrance

 

Entry in Abstracts of Rev. War Pension files contributed by John Walker 23 Jul 2005

"RIGG, Eleazer, PA Line, R8812, sol was b 28 Dec 1754 in Chester Co PA & he lived in said Co at enl & he lived there for 1 or 2 yrs then moved to York Co PA for 9 yrs then moved to Washington Co PA & in 1800 he moved to Warren Co OH where he appl 17 Apr 1837, in 1855 sol was dec'd & his daughter Jane the wid of Isaac "Schuerff?" was of Franklin in Warren Co OH"

Eleazer Rigg Revolutionary War Pension Affidavit from 17 April 1837 Warren County Common Pleas Court
Transcritpion submitted by John Walker on 25 April 2005 & updated 27 April 2005.  John also provided a link to the "Battle Of Long Island" from David Ramsay’s The History of the American Revolution

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Declaration:
In order to obtain benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832.
The State of Ohio Warren County} April Term 1837

On this seventeenth day of April in the year eighteen hundred and thirty seven, in his own person, in open court, being the Court of Common Pleas in and of this county aforesaid now in session, appeared Eleazer Rigg, a resident of the county of Warren aforesaid, age 82 years : who being solemnly sworn according to law, doth make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832.

This Declarant states that he was born in Uchland Township, Chester county, in the state of Pennsylvania, on the 28th day of December 1754: when quite young he, with his Father and family, moved into Whiteland Township in said Chester county, and whilst residing in the last named place, he entered the service of the United States and served in the manner hereinafter stated.

Sometime in the month of February, about the 20th, as nearly as he can recollect, in the year 1776, this declarant was enlisted in the service of the United States for the term of six months by one Lieutenant John Davis: He immediately rendevoused [sic] with his company, consisting of 80 or 90 men under the command of Captain Patrick Anderson, Lieut. John Davis, and Ensign Septimus Davis at a village called Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania at which place the company remained in garrison

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until about the first of June, during which time the members of our Company were drilled twice a day, and stood sentry by turns. From Chester aforesaid our Company marched to the City of Philadelphia, then a small town by the name of Darby, and on arriving in that City we went into Barracks & staid there until about the 8th day of July, exercising twice each day & standing sentinel. At Philadelphia our Company was placed in a Regiment Commanded by Colonel Atlee, first name not recollected-Caleb Perry was the Lieutenant Colonel and Philip Baten, or Bateman, declarant does not recollect which, was the Major. Whilst our Company remained in Philadelphia, this declarant was in the state yard when the Independence of the United States was declared by Congess then in session there - he recollects this event was announced by the firing of a cannon. From Philadelphia our company as well as several other[?] Companies under the Command of Col. Atlee (he being the highest officer present) marched to Amboy in New Jersey, passing thru' Trenton, Princeton and another town, name not recollected, but declarant thinks it was New Brunswick, & staying on the route long enough only to rest at nights. Our company tarried at Amboy until about the last of July or first of August under drill twice each day and standing as sentinals by turns. Whilst we remained at Amboy there was cannonading across the Staten Island Sound between the British and Americans. Declarant recollects that some of the balls from the British cannon knocked down the pillar of the Market House in Amboy - some entered the roofs of other houses - also a horse was killed in the streets. On leaving Amboy, our Regiment under the command
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of Col. Atlee marched thru' Elizabethtown immediately to New York City, where we encamped on the Commons in tents - here this Declarant saw Gen. Washington riding thru' the streets of the City surrounded by some of the regular officers of the Army. While at New York we exercised twice a day and stood sentry. About the middle of August we were ordered and did cross over to Long Island under the command of Col. Atlee assd [assigned?] a few days after we landed[?] on Long Island, and before the battle there, towit, on or about the 20th of August 1776 the term for which this Declarant had enlisted expired, and he obtained a discharge-a verbal one only: but a battle being almost daily anticipated, the imminent danger of the Country, and the slender forces of the Americans induced this Declarant voluntarily to remain in the ranks, where he then was in defense of his Country.

Near the last of August the battle on Long Island was fought and this Declarant was actively engaged in it. All the day previous to this commencement of the battle & for some time before the British were landing their troops on the Island from ships. The battle was a scattered, running fight, commencing in the night and continuing the greater part of the next day. The line in which the Declarant was posted occupied a position about one half mile from the bay or harbor - it being on our right, and the enemy attacking us on our left. We were drawn up behind an old fence and the British occupied a line of hills and their musket balls rattled like hail stones on the old fence before us.

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Declarent thinks that the American forces in the battle of Long Island were under the command of Gen. Sullivan and Lord Stirling until they were successively captured by the enemy: he distinctly recollects seeing Lord Stirling on horseback at one time during the engagement. Declarant also recollects the "Flying Camp", so called, from New Jersey, under the command of Gen. Mercer, if he remembers rightly, was engaged in the Long Island battle. The American forces being too weak to contend with the British & Hessians a retreat was ordered, and we were all night retreating into New York: The company to which the Declarant belonged was the last taken over to the city, as we had been commanded to throw up breast-works to cover the retreat of the American Army if necessary, so that when we embarked it was day-break, and the enemy was close upon our heels. Immediately at the commencement of the action on Long Island, Lieut. Col. Parry was killed by a shot in the eye - Declarant saw him carried from the ground. This Declarant never saw or heard of his Colonel or Major after the battle, nor has he heard from that day to this, what became of his Lieutenant or Ensign - nor has he ever seen his Captain since but he heard, sometime after the battle, that he arrived safely at home, he was quite an elderly man. Without any Regimental or Company officers, and with only a few remaining members of his company this Declarant remained in New York several days with the Militia of Pennsylvania, to defend the city, but finally it was thought advisable to abandon the city to the enemy without any defences [sic],
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and thereupon he returned, by the same route he came, in company with some of the Militia of Pennsylvania, to his home in Chester County aforesaid, where he arrived sometime in the latter part of September 1776. This Declarant states that from the time he entered service of the United States as aforesaid until he arrived at his home as aforesaid (which he reached as soon as he could) he was engaged in the Revolutionary War, in the character of a private, for the full term of seven months, for which he never received any pay, whatever, except the bounty money which was five dollars.

The Declarant would further state that he is now old and infirm, and if he has erred in detailing dates, facts, and events, that error is attributable to the frailty of memory attendant on his age: he makes the foregoing statement now, as he, at this distance of time, recollects the facts. Declarant lived in Chester County aforesaid after he arrived at home, as aforesaid, and then moved to York County, Pennsylvania were he resided about nine years; he then went into Washington County. Sometimes called Red Stone, Pennsylvania where he lived until sometime in the year 1800 when he came to Warren County, Ohio and has lived here ever since. This Declarant has outlived nearly all his other youthful companions, consequently he knows of no living person by whom he can prove his services: he would, however, name to this court John Probasco Sen. a cler

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gyman and William Sweeny as credible persons to testify to his general reputation. He has no documentary evidence of his service; he never obtained a written discharge. His age was recorded by his father in his family bible, from which declarant has transcribed it into his own bible now in his possession but where his father's bible is, he does not know.

Declarant hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity, except the present and he declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state. The reason why Declarant has not before this time applied for a pension is that although justly Intitled to it, he was healthy & able to take care of himself, and under such circumstances would not ask for it: - but he is now old, weak, infirm & stands in need of a pension for his maintenance.

Sworn to & subscribed in open court this day and year aforesaid

signed

JC Wilds Clk Eleazer Rigg

We John Probasco Snr, a Clergyman and William Sweeny, residing in this county of Warren, state of Ohio, in our own persons in open court, do herby certify that we now are and for a great length of time past have been well acquainted with Eleazer Rigg who has subscribed and sworn to the above Declaration - that we believe him to be 82 years of age, that he is reputed and believed, in the neighborhood where he resides, to have been a Soldier of the Revolution, and that we concur in that opinion.

Sworn and subscribed, severally in open court this 17th day of April 1837

JC Wilds clk} John Probesco

William Sweeny

And the said Court do herby declare their opinions, after the investigation of the matter

SNUFF, Isaac; d July 1828, age 43 yrs.; wife Jane Riggs, b. Dec. 27, 1783, d Oct. 1860, dau. of Eleazer Riggs; son William. b July 11, 1818 in Warren Co., m July 13, 1853, Catharine Freerer, dau. of Job & Almira Green) Freerer.

submitted by John Walker on 27 Apr 2005 who writes,
"Farmer born in Washington Co.,PA, buried at the Schnorf farm cemetery in Turtle Creek Twp."

Snuff Family Record

submitted by John Walker on 5 May & 17 Aug 2005 who writes,
"E.L. Snuff on the cover.
I think the early stuff may have been written by one of George Snuff's sisters and then added more info by others later on"

IMAGE TRANSCRIPTION SUBMITTER COMMENTS
Jacob Snuff (Great G Father)
died April 12,1827
aged 85 years 26 das

Isaac Snuff (Grand Father)
Born Jan 19 1785
died July 15 1828
aged 43 years 5 mo 26 das
(Disease Billious fever)

Jane Riggs Snuff (Grand Mother)
born Nov 7 1783
died Oct 10 1860
aged 76 yrs 11 mo 3 das
(Disease old age)
This most likely was written by Edgar Landis Snuff a great grandson of Jacob Schnorf/Snuff. Riggs should be spelled Rigg and Snuff is a variation of Schnorf. Not sure why Mary Kinder Schnorf wasn't entered in the record. Jacob and Issac are buried at the desecrated Schnorf farm cemetery.

Deaths

George S. Snuff died June 13,1895
Age 74 yrs 6 mo 17 da
(Disease Diabetes)

William Snuff died December 10,1885
Age 67 years 4 mo 29 das
(Disease Paralysis)

*Maria Wilkinson Snuff died
June 6,1890 Age 73 years 3 mo 24 das
(Disease Paralysis)

Finely L. Snuff died July 23,1894
age 71 years 9 mo 23 das
(Disease Paralysis)

Calvin Snuff died Feb 18,1913
age 86 years 8 mo 23 days
(Disease Diabetes)

*aka Maria Snuff Wilkinson

Marriages

William A Snuff and Catharine Ferere,was married,Aug 11th 1859

Johnathon Morris and Sarah Jane Snuff was married Dec 6th 1853

Finley L. Snuff and Mary Ann Marshall was married Jan 3 1856

Deaths

Jackson Snuff died March 7th 1877 age 61 yrs 6 mo 24 das (Disease Diabetes)

Sarah Jane Snuff Morris died Oct 14th 1884,age 56 yrs 3 mo 22 days (Disease Abcess on Liver)

Mary Ross Snuff died Nov 19th 1894,age 78 yrs 10 mo 14 das (Old age)

 

Births

Calvin C. Snuff was born Warren Co.,Ohio May 25th AD 1826

Sarah Jane Snuff was born Warren Co.,Ohio June 22nd 1828

Marriages

Isaac Snuff and Jane Rigg was married Oct 13th A.D. 1814*

Jackson Snuff and Mary Ross was married Sept 4th 1838*

George S. Snuff and Catharine Cook was married Dec 14th 1848*

Richard Wilkinson and Maria Snuff was married Sept 4th 1850*

Calvin C. Snuff and Mary Unglesbee was married Feb 16th 1853*

* in Warren Co.,Ohio

Snuff Record (Births)

(Mother)
Jane Snuff was born Washington Co.,Pennsylvania.Nov 7th A.D. 1783

Eleazer J. Snuff was born Warren Co.,Ohio Aug 13th A.D. 1815

Maria Snuff was born Warren Co.,Ohio Feb 12th A.D.1817

George Snuff was born Warren Co.,Ohio Nov 26th A.D. 1820

Finley Snuff was born Warren Co.,Ohio Sept 30th A.D. 1822

 
Lizzie a sister to my John H. Schnorf, her husband John. Son Elliott and H. E. Pinnell & spouse Imogene.

Top of picture says All in Pa Dec. 25th 1897.

Photo and notes by Larry B. Schnorf and forwarded by John Walker on 30 September 2005

Dr. Pearl E. Guthzeit Letter - 5 January 1937

contributed by John Walker 1 Febuary 2006

1875 Franklin Twp Map
highlighting Anderson, Cook, Eberhart & Snuff farms

contributed by John Walker 1 Febuary 2006

Descendants of James and Eliza K Schnorf Taylor
Arvel David Taylor Family
left to right  Claud, Arvel David Taylor, Fred (front), Harry, Sarah Jane (Taylor) Taylor

Rosa Taylor Matthews

contributed by John Walker 1 Febuary 2006 who writes,
"daughter of James and Eliza K. Schnorf Taylor
grandaughter of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf
great grandaughter of John and Elizabeth Winterrode Schnorf
gg grandaughter of Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"

2nd photo contributed by John Walker 5 Feb 2008

Clement and Eleazer Rigg in the 1800 census for Pike Run Twp, Washington County, Pennsylvania
see http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/view.aspx?dbid=7590&path=Pennsylvania.Washington.Pike+Run.6

contributed by John Walker 4 Febuary 2006

[click for close-up of Rigg Entries]

Jacob Schnorf [Jr.] 10 Jul 1832 Land Patent for public land in Fountain County, Indiana purchased at the Crawfordsville, Indiana Land office
"the east half of the southwest quarter of Section Thirteen, in Townsip nineteen north of Range nine west, in the district of lands subject to sale at Crawfordsville Indiana containing Eighty Acres"

contributed by John Walker 4 Febuary 2006

Wm. F. Gunder and Donald B., c1905

contributed by John Walker 22 Febuary 2006 who received them from Linda Gunder

Don B. with Lizzie Snuff Gunder Zindorf, c1930

contributed by John Walker 22 Febuary 2006 who received them from Linda Gunder who writes,
"The Gunders were mostly in Darke Co; Lizzie was born in Red Lion, but lived in Darke most of her life."

Frank and Aseneth Critzer, with their daughter Nola and son-in-law Lee Douglas

forwarded by John Walker on 8 March 2006 who received it from Joe Beckett who writes,
" photo of Frank and Aseneth Critzer, with their daughter Nola and son-in-law Lee Douglas. My mother said Aseneth didn’t like her name and went by “Lena” instead"

Elizabeth and Rosa Taylor

forwarded by John Walker 8 March 2006 who received it from Doris L. Taylor Smith who writes,
"daughter and grandaughter of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf"

 

James M. Taylor

forwarded by John Walker 8 March 2006 who received it from Doris L. Taylor Smith who writes,
" Husband of Eliza K. Schnorf
born 1837 in Ohio
died 1875 ,buried at the Morris Chapel cemetery
Civil war vet"

Edith Mae (Snuff) Walker ca. 1897

contributed by John Walker 25 Mar 2006 who writes,
"wife of David Nelson Walker
daughter of Edgar L. and Sarah Amelia Foster Snuff
grandaughter of George and Catharine Cook Snuff
g grandaughter of Isaac and Sarah Jane Rigg Schnorf
gg grandaughter of Pvt. Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf
"

Mell's Livery Stable
Located near present site of Standard Federal. Alfred Mell sitting in Hack which carried many a Bonine patient to and from the Depot. M. Z. Mell in center of group at right. (This photo was takne about 1908.)

contributed by John Walker 25 Mar 2006 who writes,
"Alfred son of MZ Mell
MZ son of David and Keziah Schnorf Mell
grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf
gg grandson of Pvt. Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"

Genevieve Skinner Kincheloe

forwarded by John Walker 25 Mar 2006 who received it from Susan Dancingwinds
"daughter of Isaac Jay and Minnie Shearer Skinner
grandaughter of James C. and Susanah Schnorf Skinner
g grandaughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Nye Schnorf
gg grandaughter of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf
ggg grandaughter of Pvt.Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"

CORWIN
top middle bottom
David B. Corwin
1824 - 1901
Edna Corwin
1830 - 1908
Ellsworth Corwin
1869 - 1885

Forwarded by John Walker 1 April 2006 who obtained it from Lynn Howard
John Walker
writes,
"Tombstone is in cemetery at Independence, Warren County, Indiana.
David B. Corwin was born Warren County, Ohio 10 Feb 1824 to Joseph William Corwin.and his 1st wife, Sarah Burntrager. Joseph William Corwin is buried in Lebanon Cemetery Old Section Lot 75 with his 2nd wife, Priscilla Corbly
Edna (Cook) Corwin
was born 18 Mar 1830 in New Jersey to Anthony Cook and Nancy "Mary Ann" Taylor. See "Descendants of Anthony Cook" for more information about the David B. Corwin and Edna Cook family"

undated photo of
Thomas Groves Hurst
(1860-1936) and his wife Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst (1865-1952)

Forwarded by John Walker 1 April 2006 who obtained it from Lynn Howard
John Walker
writes,

" Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst is the daughter of David B. Corwin and Edna Cook"

undated photo of
Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst (1865-1952)

Forwarded by John Walker 1 April 2006 who obtained it from Lynn Howard
John Walker
writes,
" Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst is the daughter of David B. Corwin & Edna Cook and the wife of Thomas Groves Hurst"

Edgar Landis Snuff farm showing David N. and Edith Snuff Walker with Elwood-Clyde, Edgar and farm hand-may be Edgar Kershner

Contributed by John Walker 12 April 2006 who writes,
"This farm belonged to James C. and Susanah Schnorf Skinner before Edgar Landis Schnorf bought it."

MiltonCrawford Snorf

forwarded by John Walker 12 April 2006 who received them from Kay Palmer who has originals


Park Snorf Family

forwarded by John Walker 12 April 2006 who received them from Kay Palmer who has originals

Kay Palmer writes,
" Photo on the left is a young Parker Snorf -at first we thought it was his father Milton.
Photo on the right is the children of Parker and Clementine Snorf in 1916
Back row is Effie, Minnie Ester and Ida [hopefully in the right order!!]
Front is my grampa Frank left and Milton Chalmer right"

Also see Park Snorf Biographical Sketch transcription submitted 12 Apr 2006 by Kay Palmer
Source: Vol. P. Mooney, History of Butler County Kansas Illustrated (Lawrence, Kansas, Standard Publishing Company, 1916), pages 625-627 [scanned images available at Ancestry.com]

SNORF
Clementine Snorf Parker M. Snorf
Dec. 1, 1858 July 6, 1855
Nov. 6, 1937 May 22, 1938

Contributed by John Walker 12 April 2006 who writes,
"Born in Niles,Michigan died in Potwin,KS
buried Shaffer cemetery, Butler, Kansas

son of Milton Crawford and Mary Patterson Schnorf
grandson of John and Sarah W. Crawford Snorf
g grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf
gg grandson of Pvt. Jacob and mary Kinder Schnorf"

Samuel P. Snorf
died June 5, 1889
aged 56 years & 6 days
Thou art gone but not forgotten

Contributed by John Walker 12 April 2006 who writes,
" born and buried in Darke Co.,Ohio
son of John and Sarah W. Crawford Snorf
grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf
g grandson of Pvt. Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"

CHARLES DAVIS CAME TO NILES 80 YEARS AGO [from unidentified newspaper ca 1928]
Coverd Wagon Brought Old Reisdent Here From Pennsylvania

 

Contributed by John Walker 12 April 2006 who writes,
"The place in Niles twp is most likely the farm where my parents now live.The floor joists are made of full logs hand hewn.My father has the deed/record where John Davis sold off the western 66' to the Big Four Railroad. Hope you all can read these scans"

Ethel Toney Walker (1st wife of Clyde Walker) - also see undated obituary from unidentified newspaper

Contributed by John Walker 12 April 2006 who writes,
"born 8/12/1884 in Berrien Twp.,Berrien Co.,MI to George H. and Jennie Adela Snorf.
died 1/5/1930 in Rock Island,IL
grandaughter of John and Teresa O'Brien Snorf
g grandaughter of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf
gg grandaughter of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf
ggg grandaughter of Pvt. Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf
Charles and Syvilla Schnorf Davis lived next to Solomon and Mary Cameron Walker on River bluff rd."

RICHARD STRONG MISSING IN ACTION (from undated, unidentified newspaper)

Contributed by John Walker 12 April 2006 who writes,
"b. May 20,1918-d. July 10.1943 WWII- Navy
son of Veryl and Irva Snuff Strong
grandson of John and Julia Wolfgang Snuff
g grandson of George S. and Catharine Cook Snuff
gg grandson of Isaac and Sarah Jane Rigg Schnorf
ggg grandson of Pvt. Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"

See High School Yearbook type photo at Yahoo Photos
http://photos.yahoo.com/ph/nicenonya2/detail?.dir=.5862&.dnm=e1aa.jpg&.tok=phq3KEFBzNPuMiqD&.src=mail


Eliza Fikes

Mary Hadlock

Sisters: Eliza K Schnorf (Taylor) Fikes & Mary Hadlock

Forwarded by John Walker 12 April 2006 who received them from Rosemary.
Rosemary writes,
"Here are 2 of the labelled photos from the "large" photo album I received from my grandmother Melba Davis Cain which are supposed to be pictures of Eliza Fikes and Mary Hadlock, pursuant to handwritten labels below photos."
John Walker writes,
" daughters of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf
grandaughters of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd
g grandaughters of Pvt. Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"
[Also see Descendants of Peter & Sarah Schnorf by John Walker , Mary Hadlock tombstone photo and Eliza Fikes Obituary]]

David Nelson Walker & Edith Mae Snuff Wedding

Mr David N. Walker and Miss Edith M. Snuff,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Snuff, of Niles,Mich.,were married at 8:30 o'clock last evening at the residence of the bride's parents,Rev.Mr. Douglass,of Buchanan,Mich.,officiating.The bride was atended [sic] by Ruth Sparks and also by Miss Ethel Toney and Miss Gertrude Smith,both of Niles,Mich.Mr Clyde J. Snuff,of this city,acted as best man,while the ushers were Lawrence Smith,of Berrien Center and Fred L. Foster, of Niles.The bride was attired in a gown of cream taffeta trimmed with cream applique and cream chiffon.the bridesmaid wore a dress of white organdie trimmed in white applique.The marriage was witnessed by about 150 guests and the house was beautifully decorated in roses and carnations.Miss Gertrude Shearer played the Mendelssohn wedding march.Following the marriage a wedding supper was served and Mr. and Mrs. Walker left for Detroit,Mich.,from which city they will return on July 24.Among the guests present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hammond,of Dowagiac,Mich.,Miss Blanche Simpson,of South Bend,and Mrs.Wilber Long of Grand Rapids,Mich.

Contributed by John Walker 2 May 2006

The Long Family

photo of Marshall Long, his wife Lena, son Walter, with Nancy and Catharine Cook Snuff

Contributed by John Walker 24 June 2006
Also see Long Family obituaries

Wilbur F. Long

Contributed by John Walker 2 May 2006 who writes,
"Wilbur F. Long
----------------------------------------
Birth: 28 Nov 1846, Ohio
Death: 17 Mar 1921, Grand Rapids, Kent Co.,Michigan
Burial: Oak Hill Cem., Grand Rapids, MI
Occ: Farmer-RR Engineer
Father: Samuel F. Long? (1821-)
Mother: Julia Ann Byers? (1822-)
Show a Wilbur Long,farmer,sec 4,Niles.
Home in 1880:Evangeline and Wilson,Charevoix,Michigan
Home in 1910:12-WD Grand Rapids,Kent Co.,Michigan
Find a Wilbur Long buying 163.36 acres at the Traverse City land office on 8/15/1876"


also see
Obituary

CAPTAIN CAMERON WALKER b. DECEMBER 31.1914 d.JUNE 20, 2006

Contributed by John Walker 25 July 2006 who writes,
"Capt.Cameron Walker
son of Clyde and Ethel Toney Walker
grandson of George H. and Jennie Snorf Toney
g grandson of John and Teresa O'Brien Snorf
gg grandson of Peter and Sarah Concannon Schnorf
ggg grandson of John and Elizabeth Winterrowd Schnorf
gggg grandson of Pvt.Jacob and Mary Kinder Schnorf"

Cameron Walker Kills a Deadly Snake on Airline

Contributed by John Walker 25 July 2006

Cameron Walker Survives Crash of Airliner

Contributed by John Walker 25 July 2006

1910 Hatfield School-Niles twp.

1st row second from left is Elwood Walker,oldest son of David N. and Edith Snuff Walker
2nd row 1st from left is Irva Snuff (Strong),only daughter of John W. and Julia Wolfgang Snuff

Contributed by John Walker 25 July 2006

Violet Mell Family

Violet Mell, Baby, Frances Ronella Murphy (Florette's grandma) Frank Murphy 1902
She divorced him in 1906 and married Hite Newlin, same month, year. Did not
waste any time! I have Frank's family history back to 1700 and slightly before.

Contributed by John Walker 25 July 2006 (Photos came from Florette Camarata)

Violet Eunice Mell (1883-1949)

Violet Eunice Mell b. 13 Apri 1883 d. 18 Sept. 1949 in Hamburg, NY (Buffalo)
while visiting niece Dorothy Mell Piller who was married to Jules Piller (a band member
of "Buffalodians".I have her death record, died of heart attack, age 67.

Contributed by John Walker 25 July 2006 (Photos came from Florette Camarata)

Violet Eunice Mell Murphy Newlin (1883-1949)

daughter of David Lafayette Mell and Rosa Granger,gran daughter of David and Keziah Schnorf Mell

Contributed by John Walker 13 January 2008

Lafayete Mell and Rosa Granger Marriage
Certified Copy of Record of Marriage from Berrien County, Michigan
License dated May 25, 1879; Record No. 124
Bridegroom Bride
Lafayette Well [sic]
white, age 20
Residence: Berrien County, Michigan
Birthplace: Montgomery County, Ohio
Occupation: Farmer
Rosa Granger
White, age 18
Residence: Niles, Michigan
Birthplace: Springfield, Illinois

Marriage performed by John Surrom, Clergyman on May 25, 1879 at residence of David Well
witnesses: David Well and Emzy Well, both of Berrien County, Michigan

Contributed by John Walker 10 October 2007

Lafayete Mell and Harriet B. Harris Marriage
Certified Copy of Record of Marriage from Berrien County, Michigan
License dated November 17, 1886; Record No. 574
Bridegroom Bride
Lafayette Mell
white, age 27
Residence: Niles, Michigan
Birthplace: Warren, Ohio
Occupation: Laborer
Harriet B. Harris
White, age 27
Residence: Niles, Michigan
Birthplace: Cass County, Michigan

Marriage performed by Ira R. A. Wightwau, Minister of the Gospel, on November 17, 1886 at Niles, Michigan
witnesses: William Drake of Niles, Michigan and Kittie S. Bassett, of Dowagiac, Michigan

Contributed by John Walker 10 October 2007

Hannah J. Crane
wife of Joseph Crane
died Jan. 12, 1852
aged 25 years 5 months 8 days

Contributed by John Walker 10 October 2007 who writes,
"I believe this marker is in Warren county,daughter of Jacob and Rachel Cook Schnorf"

Clyde John Snuff (1878-1952)

c. 1900 photo of Clyde John snuff, son of Edgar Landis and Sarah Amelia Foster Snuff (aka Schnorf)

Contributed by John Cameron Walker 22 February 2008


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