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Annie Gilbert Snyder Munger
Birth: Sep. 15, 1841
Death: Sep. 4, 1927

Natchez Democrat Sept 6, 1927
Mrs. ANNE GILBERT MUNGER, Following a long and useful life, death came to Mrs. Anne Gilbert Munger Sunday morning as a quiet peaceful sleep. The end came at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Pritchartt, 203 Clifton Avenue at 11:30 o'clock. Mrs Munger was born as Kaskaskia, Illinois September 15, 1840, and was the daughter of the late Benjamin Comyges Snyder and Mrs. Jane Dailey Baker Snyder. Mrs. Munger is survived by one daughter, Mrs. W. H. Pritchartt of this city and one son, C. A. Munger of Alton Illinois. The funeral services were held in St. Mary's Cathedral yesterday afternoon at five o'clock. Rev. Father Hunter officiating and the following gentlemen served as pall bearers, W. R. Wade, H. T. Winston, A D. Learned, W. C. Price, DR L. B. McLaurin and Clifton Blythe. Many friends attended the funeral services and beautiful flowers were sent tenderly expressing the love and sympathy felt for the family in their bereavement end.

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Obituary does not mention her son Henry Snyder Munger who at some point after 1895 changed his name to Henry Snyder Moreland.

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Married Henry Elias Munger and Annie had three children, Anne Lucy, Henry Snyder Munger and Carlton Austin Munger. Annie appeared on the 1880 census Alton Illinois, listed as divorced with three children in house - Ann Lucy age 13, Henry, age 10, and Carrloton age 7. She was listed in the 1890-1895 St Louis City directory, however by 1900, Annie Gilbert Snyder Munger was living with her son Carlton in Alton Illinois. She listed herself as widow per 1900 census. There are photographs of her in an album belonging her daughter, Anne Lucy Munger Pritchartt and passed on to her daugheter Annet Pritchartt.

Note July 20, 2011 - per inquiry to Pritchartt family in Natchez, it was recalled that Henry Elias Munger abandoned the family and died in Texas after 1900 bef 1907. This is under study. A photograph of Henry Elias Munger is still in possession of the Pritchartts.

In 1910 she was living in Natchez Ms with her married daughter Anne Lucy Munger Pritchartt and family. She can be found on 1910 and 1920 census in Natchez, Adams Co Mo. Her son, Henry Snyder Munger's whereabouts is unknown as of this writing.

Annie Gilbert Snyder Munger was living in St Louis Mo bet 1890-1895 and listed in city directory:
St. Louis, Missouri Directories, 1889-1890
about Annie Munger, Widow Henry E.
Name: Annie Munger, Widow Henry E.
Location 2: r. 2341 Adams
Year: 1890
City: St. Louis
State: MO

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. St. Louis, Missouri Directories, 1889-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.

Believe this is Annie Gilbert Snyder Munger kneeling between (children) William Dean b 1904 and Isabell Dean b 1901, with mother Anne Munger Trimble who married William Evan Dean being one of ladies in background.(possibly with the hat) Photo taken Natchez Ms about 1910 and placed in photo album belonging to Anne Lucy Munger Pritchartt and passed on to Annet Pritchartt her daughter.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Henry Elias Munger (1841 - ____)
 
 Children:
  Anne Lucy Munger Pritchartt (1866 - 1958)*
  Henry Snyder Munger (1868 - 1947)*
  Carlton Austin Munger (1871 - 1936)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Natchez City Cemetery
Natchez
Adams County
Mississippi, USA
Plot: Zurhellen 9
 
Created by: Anne Rupert
Record added: Mar 14, 2001
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- Vickie Oates Woods
 Added: Jun. 6, 2012
Annie, everyone should have at least one flower.
-Anonymous
 Added: Apr. 11, 2001
 
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