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101
Death Certificate of Vinson Knight Belnap
Death Certificate of Vinson Knight Belnap
Status: Located;  
 
102
Death Certificate of William Smith Snowden
8 April 1929
Death Certificate of William Smith Snowden 8 April 1929
Died at Louth, Lincolnshire, England
81 years old
Occupation--retired furniture dealer
Death from Bronchitis and Senile Decay 
 
103
Death Registration
Dorilas Alfred Snowden
Death Registration Dorilas Alfred Snowden
Found on Ancestry.com 
 
104
Death Registration for George E. Snowden
Death Registration for George E. Snowden
Status: Located; George died at three years of age from Acute Bronchial Pnemonia--an illness that would not likely prove fatal today.

Age 2-10/12 years. 
 
105
Declaration for Invalid Pension--7 July 1890
Declaration for Invalid Pension--7 July 1890
Status: Located; Thomas was granted an invalid pension, based upon his health in 1890. He suffered from chronic constipation; indigestion; paralysis of the left arm, shoulder and side to the left knee; rheumatism of shoulders and hips; and kidney afflictions. 
 
106
Declaration of Intent
George Matweychuk
Declaration of Intent George Matweychuk
 
 
107
Deed of Conveyance
Andrew and Catharine Reilly
Issued in 1855--Allen County property
Deed of Conveyance Andrew and Catharine Reilly Issued in 1855--Allen County property
Status: Located; Deed of Conveyance--November 31, 1855\
Andrew Reilly and Catharine Reilly to George W. Chapman

Catharine Riley and Andrew Riley her husband of Huntington County, in the state of Indiana Conveys and Warrants to George W. Chapman of Huntington County in the state of Indiana for the sum of fifteen hundred dollars the following Real Estate in Allen County in the state of Indiana to wit. a part of the section of land granted by the United States to Ann Hackley by Treaty with the Miami Nation of Indians AD 1826 and designated as follows. Beginning at the North corner of a tract of land owned by John (Yesks ?) in 1854 in said records in Said County of Allen running thence South Sixty five degrees and fifteen minutes East nineteen chains & twenty three links to the centre of the State road leading from Fort Wayne to (Seo ?) thence on the line of Said Road north forty Two degrees and forty five minutes East Twenty Two chains and fifty Eight Links to the corner thence north thirty seven degrees thirty minutes West thirty five chains and eight links to a corner on the land of the Saint Joseph River thence down the banks of said River by the meanderings of the River to a point opposite the place of beginning thence south sixty five degrees fifteen inutes East to the exact place of beginning Conlaining one hundred and Ten Acres of land more or less. In testimony whench the said Catharine Reilly and Andrew Reilly have hereunto set their hand and seals this 21st day of November 1855.

Catharine X Reilly (Seal)
(her mark)
Andrew Reilly (Seal)


State of Indiana )
Huntington County)

Before me Sarah J. Ginn an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said County this 20th day of November 1855 Catharine Reilly and Andrew Reilly her husband acknowledge the execution of the annexed Deed witness my hand and nub.
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Sarah S. Ginn
Justice of the Peace
(Seal) 
 
108
Deed of Conveyance:  
  Lot 18, Town of Magnolia, Stark County, Ohio
  3 December 1849
Deed of Conveyance: Lot 18, Town of Magnolia, Stark County, Ohio 3 December 1849
To all to whom their presents shall come, greeting: Know y that I William Harkness of Carroll County, Ohio for the consideration of four hundred dollars, received to my full satisfaction of Andrew Reiley, of Stark County, do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto him the said Andrew Reiley and to his heirs one lot of ground in the town of Magnolia in Stark County aforesaid which said lot is distinguished on the maps of said town, as recorded in the Recorder's Office for said County, by the number eighteen with the ~~~~~ \
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To have and to hold the said lot of ground with the privileges and appurtenances , to him the said Andrew Reiley, his heirs and assigns forever to him and their own, proper use and ( ). And also him the said William Harness, does for himself heirs, Executors and administrators, covenants with the said Andrew Reiley, his heirs and assigns that at, and until the unsealing of these presents, was well ( ) of the premises, as a good and indefensible estate in fee simple, and have good right to bargain and sell the same in manner an form as is above written and that the same is free of all incumbrances whatsoever. And furthermore, he the s aid William Harkness, do by these presents find himself and his heirs forever to warrant and defend the above bargainee and grantee premises to him the said Andrew Reiley his heirs and assigns, against all claims and demands whatsoever. In witness where of I hereunto set my hand and seals the twenty fourth day of May Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and forty nine.
Signed, sealed and delivered
Witness
( ) Jas. M Lang
A. Hamilton William Harkness, (seal)

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State of Ohio
Stark County Before me a Justice of the peace in and for the County aforesaid personally comes William Harkness, and acknowledges the above deed of conveyance to be his voluntary act and deed. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of May one thousand eight hundred and forty nine..
This Dec 3, 1849, and recorded the b.
Andrew Hamilton (seal)
George H___kd Recorder (_______ _________)  
 
109
Description of North Somercotes, Lincolnshire, England
Description of North Somercotes, Lincolnshire, England
This describes the town and lifestyle lived by Emerson Snowden and his family. It has been added for general interest to the reader. Nothing specific is intended. 
 
110
Discharge from Territorial Force
Osmond Snowden (sic)
Discharge from Territorial Force Osmond Snowden (sic)
Good Character
Unfit for further military service. 
 
111
Excerpt from 1841 Goulceby, Lincolnshire census
This return shows Elizabeth and her son John Snowden living together
Excerpt from 1841 Goulceby, Lincolnshire census This return shows Elizabeth and her son John Snowden living together
Also found in the census are other daughters 
 
112
Excerpt from 1860 Federal Census
Cold Spring, Shelby County, Illinois
Excerpt from 1860 Federal Census Cold Spring, Shelby County, Illinois
Status: Located; Polly Knott and her son George W. Hoover are living independentaly, but either with or next door to her daughter Christena and son in law John Hedrick. Polly must have married Ephraim Knott in Indiana. 
 
113
Fakepath in Ronsgen
Fakepath in Ronsgen
 
 
114
Family Group Sheet of William and Sarah Ann (Peyton) Knott family
Provided by Greg Hinshaw
Family Group Sheet of William and Sarah Ann (Peyton) Knott family Provided by Greg Hinshaw
 
 
115
Family Group Sheet of William Heirs (Hyers) and Sarah Peyton
Family Group Sheet of William Heirs (Hyers) and Sarah Peyton
Document provided by Greg Hinshaw 
 
116
Frank Emerson Short Service Attestation
Frank Emerson Short Service Attestation
 
 
117
General Records Office
Death Record
General Records Office Death Record
Robert Hufton
Death registered 3rd Quarter of 1869
Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
Age 68
Book 7a, page 303 
 
118
Goulceby, Lincolnshire Parish Records
Burial of Thomas Snowden
February 14, 1827
Goulceby, Lincolnshire Parish Records Burial of Thomas Snowden February 14, 1827
 
 
119
Gravestone of Eliza Sarah 'Lizzie' Snowden
Gravestone of Eliza Sarah "Lizzie" Snowden
Fulstow Parish Church, Fulstow, Lincolnshire, England 
 
120
Index listing, showing the arrival and naturalization of Moses Key
Index listing, showing the arrival and naturalization of Moses Key
Status: Located;  
 
121
Index of George Murdock's marriage
Index of George Murdock's marriage
Status: Located; While this George Murdock has not been fully proven as the correct George, this document is shown to aid research and assist in documenting his tie to Andrew--likely his son. 
 
122
Indexed record of the christening of Eliza Michael Osband
21 June 1836
North Somercotes, Lincolnshire, England
Indexed record of the christening of Eliza Michael Osband 21 June 1836 North Somercotes, Lincolnshire, England
 
 
123
Information on Ann Found
Information on Ann Found
Banns and marriage for Ann Found and Robert Emerson.
 
 
124
Invoice for 1946 Ford Deluxe Tudor
Invoice for 1946 Ford Deluxe Tudor
During WW2 all critical items were rationed. This included things like butter, sugar, tires, and even toys such as bicycles and wagons. Auto plants were converted to produce tanks, airplanes, jeeps and similar items to support the war. On October 31st, 1946 Andy took Ronnie to the Hi Dawson Ford Dealership and purchased a new Ford. It was truly deluxe, and included such niceties as colored wheels, a hot water heater to keep the interior of the vehicle warm, a side (outside) mirror, a spare tire, and chrome wheel rings.

Before going in, Andy gave Ronnie his $669 cash down payment, and safely placed it in his pocket. When the deal was consummated, Andy told Ronnie "Pay the Guy." Ronnie then pulled out the money and paid the salesman--to everyone's astonishment.

Notice that Andy made payments of $43.06 for fifteen months on the balance owed.

This was one of those stories that will always be remembered in the Snowden family. In a time when this sort of thing was simply not done. 
 
125
Jennings Township, Fayette County, Indiana
Jennings Township, Fayette County, Indiana
Status: Located; Property located in Section 34 was owned by both Thomas Patton and Daniel Hoover. Note the cemetery marked within Section 34--it being the Burk(e) Cemetery where Thomas Patton and likely Daniel Hoover are buried. 
 
126
Knott Family History
Knott Family History
Provided by Greg Hinshaw
January 2011 
 
127
Land Record of William Essley, Jr.
Land Record of William Essley, Jr.
 
 
128
Land record of William Essley, Sr.
Land record of William Essley, Sr.
The West one half of the North East Section Eighteen in Township Seventy four. 
 
129
Land Registration Recordd
Land Registration Recordd
Describes the land holdings of Emmerson Snowden 
 
130
Legal birth certificate of Joe Riley
Legal birth certificate of Joe Riley
Status: Located; Joe's birth was not recorded, and later in life it was necessary for him to obtain affidavits from his sister and uncle to prove his birth within the United States. 
 
131
Letter from Osman Snowden to his father, Emerson
July 12, 1887
Letter from Osman Snowden to his father, Emerson July 12, 1887
Status: Located; Transcript of the letter:

Longriggend, 12 July 1887
Dear Father,
I have received your kind and welcome letter. The way I guessed your age was by my mother for I think she
was 42 when she died and you was two years older than her.
Now about William you said in your letter he had gone to Queensland. I hope you will tell me in the next letter
how he went and what trade he learnt before he went and if you have had any letters from him since he went
and what he says about the places he went to for I hear very bad news about it for there is some out of the
house and home. Hoping in out this and they wish they was back again. And would you send me his address
and I will write to him and now about my sister Minnie (Married John Johnson) I hope she has a big family by
now.
I think it will be about 3 weeks before I can send you one of my photos for I will have to go to Airdre to have
them took but I will send one as soon as I get them.
And now about Alfred the last time I seed him I was in the same opinion as you but I think when you see my
photo you will not think the same of me for when him and me was together at Richmond the people would not
belive we were brothers for my face and neck was like the rising sun but his was very like death and he shook
like a leaf I think Hull did for him he never was the same after but I hope he is in a better place.
And now about the land I cant see how you can manage all your work now that William is not at home with you
and have you got the donkey yet - if he is living I think he never die.
And send in the next letter if my Aunt Mary Touton is living yet and how all the family is. Just tell her I was
asking after her and all the family and Mr. Thorney and all enquiring friends. So no more at present from your
son Osman Edwin Snowden.

Good Night and God Bless you. Please Write soon soon soon.

 
 
132
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
133
Lindsey, Lincolnshire Court Record
Lindsey, Lincolnshire Court Record
Ephraim was acquitted of "Felonious killing a gelding"
Dated July 3, 1913
This has been assumed to be Ephraim Snowden, Junior--who would have been about 41 years of age. His father, of the same name, would have been 71 years of age. This will require further research; but is added to keep track of this event. 
 
134
Manby Parish Record
1866/7
Burials 282 and 284
Manby Parish Record 1866/7 Burials 282 and 284
Record of the burials of William and Eliza Snowden. Record for William contains no forename, but the date shown is correct. Eliza's matches known records

Williams age, listed as 62, places his birth year at approximately 1803/4. This corresponds to his Christening on November of 1803 in North Reston Parish. 
 
135
Manby Parish Record
Burial of James Snowden
Manby Parish Record Burial of James Snowden
Date of burial was 2 February 1782
Manby, Lincolnshire, England 
 
136
Manby Parish Record, Lincolnshire, England
Baptism of Andrew, son of Thomas Laydor
2 September 1746
Manby Parish Record, Lincolnshire, England Baptism of Andrew, son of Thomas Laydor 2 September 1746
 
 
137
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Record
Baptism of William Snowden, son of Edward and Eliza
16 October 1697
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Record Baptism of William Snowden, son of Edward and Eliza 16 October 1697
 
 
138
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Record
Marriage of Edward Snowden and Elizabeth Pice
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Record Marriage of Edward Snowden and Elizabeth Pice
Marriage after Banns
18 May 1693 at Manby Parish, Lincolnshire 
 
139
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Records
Baptism of William, son at Thomas and Eliza Laydor
1 September 1754
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Records Baptism of William, son at Thomas and Eliza Laydor 1 September 1754
 
 
140
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Records
Death entry for William Snowden, Farmer, age 66
May 20, 1798--date of burial
Manby, Lincolnshire Parish Records Death entry for William Snowden, Farmer, age 66 May 20, 1798--date of burial
 
 
141
Manby, Lincolnshire, England parish records
Baptism of Alice, daughter of John Snowden and Susannah Strawe
26 May 1644
Manby, Lincolnshire, England parish records Baptism of Alice, daughter of John Snowden and Susannah Strawe 26 May 1644
 
 
142
Mark small
Mark small
 
 
143
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
144
Mark Vonderharr adoption site
Mark Vonderharr adoption site
 
 
145
Marriage Affidavit--Lewis Leathers & Isabel Hoover
Marriage Affidavit--Lewis Leathers & Isabel Hoover
Status: Located;  
 
146
Marriage Banns--John Wight and Edith Matilda Snowden
Marriage Banns--John Wight and Edith Matilda Snowden
 
 
147
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
148
Marriage Certificate
Alexander Murdock to Elizabeth Underwood
Marriage Certificate Alexander Murdock to Elizabeth Underwood
 
 
149
Marriage Certificate
Ann Smith and Richard Snowden
Marriage Certificate Ann Smith and Richard Snowden
7 October 1846 
 
150
Marriage Certificate 
Harold Thompson, Bachelor and Minnie Charlotte Johnson, spinstress
Marriage Certificate Harold Thompson, Bachelor and Minnie Charlotte Johnson, spinstress
Status: Located; dated 14 July 1905 in Louth, Lincolnshire, England
Ceremony performed in the Wesleyan Chapel
Father of groom named as John Thompson--Blacksmith
Father of the bride named as John Johnson-Farm Labourer
J. Parson, Minister 
 

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