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Note    N318         Index
In June 1861, he moved with his family to Mercer County, OH. In April 1865, he moved to Iowa. At this writing (1890), he was living near Oakland, Pottawattami Co., IA. Since he was in this state, he taught vocal music 11 winters.

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Note    N319         Index
In 1867, Sam & Mary went to Arcola, Douglas Co., IL.

In his second marriage, he returned to Madison Twp., Perry Co., OH.

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Note    N320         Index
In the fall of 1868, they moved to Arcola, Douglas Co., IL.

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Note    N321         Index
This little babe making 2 in the 7th generation in this branch of the family of Peter Snyder.

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Note    N322         Index
Isaiah was a minister of the Evangelical Assoc. They lived in IA.

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Note    N323         Index
Eliza married the husband of her deceased sister, Mary.

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Note    N324         Index
Noah served his country 3 years in the late civil war. He lived for some years in Cole Co., IL, then removed to Junction City, Davis Co., KS.

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Note    N325         Index
Amos was a Lutheran minister who completed a collegiate & theological course at Captiol University, Columbus, OH in 1868. He served a congregation in Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA for 2 years; moved to Farmersville, Montgomery co., OH, December 1871 & served that charge until the fall of 1889.

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Note    N326         Index
7 months difference in age between Laura & Charles.

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Note    N327         Index
7 months difference in age between Charles & Laura.

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Note    N328         Index
Served his country as a Private until the end of the Civil War, June 1865. After farming some years, he engaged in the hardware business in Somerset, OH, where they lived.

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Note    N329         Index
Jacob came to Somerset, Perry Co., OH with his parents in May 1808.
Sometime after the marriage of Jacob & Barbra, they moved to West Liberty, Logan Co., OH. Jacob was a shoemaker by trade.

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Note    N330         Index
III Generation:
In May 1808, she moved with her parents to Somerset, Perry Co., OH. There she married James.
After her husband's death, she made her home with their son, Edward, in Nodaway Co., MO for nearly 4 years, when she sweetly fell asleep. Her remains were brought to Miamisburg, OH & buried beside her husband.

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Note    N331         Index
III Generation

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Note    N332         Index
III Generation:

In May 1856, Jeremiah & Elizabeth moved to Fairfield, Jefferson Co., IA, but returned again in October 1857 to Fultonham, Muskingum Co., OH where his wife still lives (1890).

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Note    N333         Index
III Generation