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Jesse Snyder
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Birth: Mar. 3, 1826
Lansing
Tompkins County
New York, USA
Death: Jan. 23, 1902
Plymouth
Huron County
Ohio, USA

Aged: 75y. 10m. 20d.

Husband of 1) Elizabeth Calista Loveland; 2) Satira A Campbell; 3) Martha Dickinson

Parents: Rudolph Snyder & Maria Mary Heller
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From the Biographical Record of the Counties of Huron and Lorain, Ohio. Chicago,
J.H. Beers & Co. 1894 (pg 317-318)

"JESSE SNYDER, a well-known farmer citizen of New Haven township, is a native of Tompkins county, NY

Jesse Snyder was born March 3, 1826, in Tompkins county, NY, where he passed his early years on a farm. In 1844 he came to Plymouth (then Paris), Ohio, and learned the carpenter's trade, working at same for three years, when he commenced farming, in which he continued until 1853. In that year he went to California, taking the route through Central America, where the Nicaragua Canal is now in course of construction. He remained two years in the California mining regions, visiting all the principal camps — San Francisco, Sacramento, etc. —and toward the latter part of his stay went to San Antonio, where he engaged in the shingle business. During this time he also conducted a store and hotel in West Union, four miles from Redwood City, Cal. In 1855 he returned to New Haven, Ohio, and purchasing a farm worked same for two years, when he engaged in the tanning business until 1865, and then again took up agriculture, to which he has ever since given his attention. Mr Snyder now owns 128 acres of good farming land, and by hard work and strict economy has attained considerable success in his chosen vocation. On October 3, 1850, Mr Snyder was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Loveland, daughter of John Loveland, of New Haven township, and to this union came three children, viz.: Ralph, now a farmer in New Haven township; and William W. and Jesse C (both deceased). The mother of these died February 9, 1862, and September 14, 1863, Mr Snyder was married to Mrs Satira A (Campbell) Easter, daughter of Lorenzo Campbell, of Greenfield township, Huron county. She died September 26, 1864, and on January 1, 1866, he was again married, this time to Miss Martha Dickinson, a daughter of E Dickinson, of New Haven township. To this union has come one child, Alton S, a farmer of New Haven township. In politics our subject is a stanch member of the Democratic party, and has served in various township offices. In 1848 he made a visit to Chicago, Ill, at which time the city contained no railroads, and he made the
return trip to Ohio on a horse. He became a member of the Order of the IOOF in 1857, and has been a member ever since; in 1870 was elected as representative of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, IOOF."

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 Parents:
  Rudolph Snyder (1802 - 1882)
  Maria Mary Heller Snyder (1803 - 1881)
 
 Spouses:
  Elizabeth Calista Loveland Snyder (1835 - 1863)
  Martha Dickson Snyder (1846 - 1921)*
 
 Children:
  Ralph Colleton Snyder (1851 - 1920)*
  William Wallace Snyder (1858 - 1859)*
  Clayton Jesse Snyder (1861 - 1862)*
  Alton Solomon Snyder (1870 - 1948)*
 
 Sibling:
  Reuben Snyder (1824 - 1910)*
  Jesse Snyder (1826 - 1902)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
New Haven Cemetery
New Haven
Huron County
Ohio, USA
 
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Record added: May 10, 2011
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Jesse Snyder
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