SNIDER, W. T. — PIONEER CITIZEN - W. T. Snider, who for twenty years has been a prominent citizen of Huntington, closed his eyes on earthly scenes
yesterday at 1:30 p. m. at his home, 1228 Fourth avenue.
Death was a result of paralysis, following complication the cause of which are unknown.
Mr. Snider was a veteran of the civil war, having answered the first call for volunteers issued by Lincoln.
Five children survive: Charles, Frederick, James, and Walter Snider, of this city, and Mrs. Mattie Holmes, of Belpre, Ohio. Three brothers and three
sisters also survive, who are as follows: John, Charles H. and Joseph O. Snider, all of this city, and Mrs. Mary E. Fuller, Mrs. Alice S. Wakefield,
of the city, and Mrs. O. L. Kelley of Chesapeake.
The funeral will occur this afternoon at 2:30 at 515 Eight street, and will be conducted by Rev. Townsend, of the First M. E. Church.
Bailey Post G. A. R., will attend and accompany the remains to their last
resting place, an order to that effect having been issued by Commander, J.
L. Caldwell and G. W. Hutchinson. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, April 2, 1909 Civil War Index