|Birth: ||Oct. 1, 1738|
|Death: ||Aug. 2, 1813|
Ebenezer Snell & Sarah Packard moved to Cummington, Hampshire Co., MA, in 1771.
Ebenezer Snell served for 5 days in August 1777, as a Private and a Minute Man in Cummington, in Capt. William Ward's company at the Bennington Alarm. (Cummington VRs, p. 326).
Ebenezer & Sarah were living in Cummington, MA, in the 1790 Federal Census.
Their grandson, poet William Cullen Bryant stayed for a time in his grandparents house. William wrote his poem "The Old Man's Counsel" about his grandfather in 1840.
Zachariah Snell (1704 - 1768)
Abigail Hayward Snell (1702 - 1796)
Sarah Packard Snell (1737 - 1813)
Ebenezer Snell (____ - 1857)*
Samuel Snell (1766 - 1785)*
Sarah Snell Bryant (1768 - 1847)*
Thomas Snell (1774 - 1862)*
Ebenezer Snell (1738 - 1813)
Zachariah Snell (1743 - 1747)*
Hannah Snell (1745 - 1747)*
Erected/to the memory of/Ebenezer Snell Esq./who died August 2d/1813 In the 75th year/of his age.
Revolutionary/Soldier/Ebenezer Snell/1738-1813/Placed by/Betty Allen Chapter/DAR
Created by: P.K. Magruder
Record added: Jun 24, 2010
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