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Colin George and Ida Amy (Lead) Snowden
Colin George and Ida Amy (Lead) Snowden
 
 
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Colin George and Ida Amy Lead Snowden
Colin George and Ida Amy Lead Snowden
 
 
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Colin George Snowden
Colin George Snowden
 
 
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Colin George Snowden
Colin George Snowden
 
 
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Colin George Snowden  (on left)
Circa 1920
Colin George Snowden (on left) Circa 1920
 
 
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Colin George Snowden & Ida Amy Lead photo 3
Colin George Snowden & Ida Amy Lead photo 3
 
 
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Cousin Eddie
Unknown relative
Cousin Eddie Unknown relative
 
 
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Dalziel Steel and Iron Works Buildings, ca 1995
Dalziel Steel and Iron Works Buildings, ca 1995
Status: Located; It is believed that Edward (Osman Edin) Snowden left Lincolnshire, England--emigrating to Motherwell, Scotland--to take advantage of the rapidly growing economy and excellent employment opportunities at the steel mil under construction. HIs brick-laying skills were likely in demand, offering an opportunity for long-term employment at relatively high wages. A brief history of the village of Motherwell follows:


otherwell, a town in Dalziel and Hamilton parishes, Lanarkshire, on the Caledonian railway, at the junction of the two lines from the N and S sides of Glasgow, and at the intersection of the cross line from Holytown to Hamilton and Lesmahagow, ½ mile from the left bank of South Calder Water, 1 ¼ from the right bank of the Clyde, 2 ½ miles NE of Hamilton, 2 ¼ SSE of Holytown, 12 ½ SE by E of Glasgow, 15 ¼ NW of Carstairs Junction, and 43 W by S of Edinburgh. It took its name from a famous well, dedicated in pre-Reformation times to the Virgin Mary; and it occupies flat ground, 300 feet above sea-level, amid richly cultivated and well-wooded environs.

onsisting largely of the dwellings of miners and operatives employed in neighbouring collieries and ironworks, it serves, in connection with the railway junctions, as a great and bustling centre of traffic; and it ranks as a police burgh, governed by a senior magistrate, 2 junior magistrates, a clerk, a treasurer, and 6 commissioners. Motherwell has a post office, with money order, savings' bank, insurance, and railway telegraph departments, branches of the Bank of Scotland and the Clydesdale Bank, offices or agencies of 18 insurance companies, 5 hotels, the combination poorhouse for Dalziel, Bothwell, Cambusnethan, and Shotts parishes, and a Saturday paper, the Motherwell Times. The streets are lighted with gas; and in 1877 a splendid water supply was brought in from two burns on the estate of Lee at a cost of over £14, 000.

In Merry Street is the new parish church of Dalziel, erected in 1874 at a cost of £5700; whilst the former parish church (1789; enlarged 1860) belongs now to the quoad sacra parish of South Dalziel, constituted in 1880. One of the two U.P. churches was built in 1881 at a cost of £3750, and from its site - the highest in the town uprears a conspicuous steeple. There are also a Free church, a Primitive Methodist chapel, an Evangelical Union chapel, and the Roman Catholic church of Our Lady of Good Aid (1873; enlarged 1883).

No Scottish Town - not even Hawick - has grown so rapidly as Motherwell, such growth being due to the vast extension of its mineral industries. These, at the census of 1881, employed 2470 of the 3671 persons here of the ' industrial class, - 1024 being engaged in coal-mining, 20 in ironstone-mining, 1069 in the iron manufacture, 58 in the steel manufacture, etc.

The malleable iron-works of the Glasgow Iron Company are the largest in Scotland, with 50 puddling furnaces and 8 rolling mills; and Mr D. Colville's steel-works, where operations were commenced on 20 Oct. 1880, now employs over 1000 men. Pop. (1841) 726, (1861) 2925, (1871) 6943, (1881) 12, 904, of whom 7041 were males, and 2209 were in Hamilton parish. Houses (1881) 2346 inhabited, 146 vacant, 50 building.—Ord. Sur., sh. 23, 1865.
 
 
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Dan11--Will Marshall
Dan11--Will Marshall
 
 
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Danny Marshall
about 2008
Danny Marshall about 2008
 
 
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David Hoover
David Hoover
Status: Located;  
 
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David Hoover 1781 face
David Hoover 1781 face
 
 
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Delilah Knott
Delilah Knott
Photo obtained from 3rd great grandson
Gregory Hinshaw 
 
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Deseret News Article on the trial of Andrew Gibbons (and others)
Deseret News Article on the trial of Andrew Gibbons (and others)
In Prescott, Arizona nine Mormons were sentenced to a $100 fine for violations of the Edumuns Act--a federal statue prohibiting polygamy. Andrew Gibbons, though charged, was found not guilty. 
 
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Status: Located;  
 
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Dick Riley.jpg
Dick Riley.jpg
 
 
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Dick,Dolly, Velma, Betty and Joe Riley.  Photo taken in 1934.
Dick,Dolly, Velma, Betty and Joe Riley. Photo taken in 1934.
Status: Located;  
 
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Dinah Frankish photo
Dinah Frankish photo
 
 
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Dorilas Alfred SNOWDEN burial
Dorilas Alfred SNOWDEN burial
 
 
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Earliest known photo of Emma Hale
Earliest known photo of Emma Hale
Status: Located;  
 
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Early image of William Bulla.
Early image of William Bulla.
Status: Located; William Bulla was a respected leader within the community; and, with his father-in-law Andrew Hoover that resided next door, were leaders in the Underground Railroad that permeated Central Indiana. 
 
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Early photo of Andrew Augustus Gibbons
Early photo of Andrew Augustus Gibbons
 
 
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Early photo of Lucretia Sankey
Early photo of Lucretia Sankey
 
 
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Early photograph of Mary Rosa Kale Friese
Early photograph of Mary Rosa Kale Friese
Status: Located;  
 
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Early photograph of Richard Canine Gibbons
Early photograph of Richard Canine Gibbons
 
 
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Early sketch of the original parish church in Rigsby, Lincs
Early sketch of the original parish church in Rigsby, Lincs
Status: Located;  
 
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Edna and Nick Glinnis
Edna and Nick Glinnis
Status: Located; Nick was a cousin of Edna, based upon a census return; but family genealogists have yet to document a direct tie. 
 
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Edna Hornie and a nursing friend
Edna Hornie and a nursing friend
Status: Located;  
 
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Edward Osman Snowden 150p.jpg
Edward Osman Snowden 150p.jpg
 
 
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Edward Snowden, Church Warden
Edward Snowden, Church Warden
 
 
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