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Jonas J. Snoots
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Birth: Oct. 16, 1829
Virginia, USA
Death: Jan. 16, 1901
Virginia, USA

My GGG-Grandfather

Jonas was the son of John and Dorothy Snoots. He was survived by his wife, the former Annie Frye. Their known children were Susan, Amanzello Fox (died 1878), Dolly (died young?), John, Alonzo, Nannie Butts Wilson and Harry. Jonas was also survived by 12 grandchildren and sisters Margaret Everhart and Mary Ann Compher.
Jonas had been a farm laborer. At the time of his death, he and Annie made their home with son Harry and family. 
 
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 Parents:
  John Snoots (1799 - 1880)
  Dorothy Snoots (1801 - 1890)
 
 Spouse:
  Annie M. Frye Snoots (1832 - 1907)
 
 Children:
  Susan Snoots (1853 - 1854)*
  John William Snoots (1861 - 1932)*
  Alonzo Snoots (1866 - 1927)*
  Nannie L. Snoots Wilson (1869 - 1935)*
  Harry C. Snoots (1874 - 1959)*
 
 Siblings:
  Samuel Snoots (____ - 1895)*
  Jonas J. Snoots (1829 - 1901)
  Susannah Snoots Smith (1833 - 1888)*
  William B. Snoots (1837 - 1897)*
  John Snoots (1838 - 1854)*
  Margaret Snoots Everhart (1840 - 1913)*
  Mary Ann Snoots Compher (1842 - 1918)*
  Charles Hamilton Snoots (1845 - 1869)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Rehobeth United Methodist Church Cemetery
Lovettsville
Loudoun County
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: Jen Snoots
Record added: Oct 30, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 5088633
Jonas J. Snoots
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