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|David Jenkins||Snow - VT|
I was wondering if you have seen "Across the Onion" by Ellen C. Hill & Marilyn S. Blackwell, 1983, from the E. Montpelier Hist. Society.
Google has 39 references to "Snow." It shows one good one that says Freeman Snow opened first tavern in 1798 on road to Marshfield, now Snow Hill Rd. I think it's in error when it says Freeman was uncle to Jonathan Snow, husband of Lydia. I believe they were 1st cousins, though Freeman was a generation older. His daughter, Anna
(Annas) were my antecedents. Do you know of any additional narrative for Freeman and wife Sarah Fuller? Thanks. Dave
|David Jenkins||RE: Snow VT|
Many thanks for your message. I too was visiting cemeteries (Tinkham, Quaker, Cutler, and a few others) up there this summer. I didn't get to the Village Cem. in E. Montpelier though.
I did not know there were Hammett and Snow houses to tour. Are they on Snow Hill Rd.? Look forward to your pics. Thanks again. Dave
|laura bolander||langford family|
Hi! Do you have any information about Charles W. Langford? This would be Abigail and George's other son. George Langford was born Northampton, MA in 1755. Died in March 16, 1927. Thanks for your time!!!
|Drew Kunz||Rev. Snow|
Hello. Rev. Snow was my 3rd great grandfather. Saw your note and just thought I'd say hello.
|Ashlea H||Alice Alden|
Hi, I saw a comment you had left for John Alden. You are his 5th great granddaughter? He would be my 7th great grandfather, how neat! Anyhow, I was wondering if you had come across his daughter Alice Alden's burial information? I'm having a hard time finding it and I'm not sure if you descend from her or another child of John's but I thought it would be worth a try. Thanks! firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Ashlea H on Feb 06, 2013 4:27 PM