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Frances Marian Snider Drumm
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Birth: Jun. 6, 1816
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Feb. 20, 1876
Perry County
Ohio, USA

Frances is the daughter of Adam Snider and Elizabeth Pfeiffer. On December 2, 1835, Frances was wed to Joseph Beyer (Boyer)in Perry County, Ohio. Joseph passed away by 1852. Later in 1852, Frances was wed to Peter Drumm in Perry County, Ohio.

Frances and Joseph were the parents of the following children: Elkanah Beyer (1839-1864), Sabina Emma Beyer (1841-1923), Ann Mariah Beyer (1844-1921), and Solomon Levi Beyer (1845-1946). Frances and Peter had one son together, Rev. Peter W. Drumm (1853-1943).

Frances and Peter owned a farm near the home of Frances' mother in Thorn Township, Perry County, Ohio. Frances passed away there in 1876 followed by Peter in 1877. Frances and Peter are buried together at Friend's Cemetery (this cemetery has also been referred to as Crist Cemetery). The cemetery is the burial grounds for the Friend's Methodist Church. The congregation no longer exists and the church building has been razed. 
Family links: 
  Peter Drumm (1792 - 1877)*
  Elkanah Boyer (____ - 1864)*
  Sabina Emma Beyer Heckard (1841 - 1923)*
  Ann M. Beyer Carnrike (1844 - 1921)*
  Solomon L Beyer (1846 - 1946)*
  Peter W Drumm (1853 - 1943)*
*Calculated relationship
Friends Cemetery
Perry County
Ohio, USA
Created by: Carl Speckman
Record added: May 11, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69682600
Frances Marian <i>Snider</i> Drumm
Added by: Carl Speckman
Frances Marian <i>Snider</i> Drumm
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Great-great-grandmother, you live on through your children's children's children and through their children. You are not forgotten. Someday we will finally meet on that distant celestial shore.
- Your great-great-granddaughter.
 Added: Oct. 2, 2011

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