|Birth: ||Jul. 11, 1851|
|Death: ||Jan. 6, 1936|
Child of Clark Snook & Nancy Balsey.
Spouse of Helen G. White & Susie C. Williams.
Published in The Thrift-News, Thursday, January 9, 1936 (courtesy of Donna)
Funeral services for Clinton Snook 85, who died at his home near Fayetteville Monday night was held there at 2 o’clock this afternoon. Burial will be in Fayetteville cemetery.
Mr. Snook for many years widely known in farming and business circles, was born at High Bridge, July 11, 1851. He was a son of Clark and Nancy Snook. John Snook, his grandfather was one of the first settlers in Onondaga County. His father captained a barge on the Erie Canal and operated a mill in Syracuse.
Mr. Snook operated a mill on Limestone Creek which burned 25 years ago. He was at one time superintendent of Utica Camilius district of the Erie Canal. He later was a contractor and operated a plaster mill in Fayetteville. He also operated two farms at High Bridge for many years. Ten years ago he retired and sone one farm to Harry L. Bill the other to Arthur G. Chase.
On September 20, 1869, he was married to Miss Helen White of Manlius. They had three sons, Judson and Edgar W. Snook of Fayetteville survive him. William W. Snook died in 1930. Mrs. Snook died in 1920 and eight years ago Mr. Snook was married to Susie Williams, who survives him.
Mr. Snook for many years was interested in the stock market and paid regular visits to Syracuse brokers’ offices until recently, driving his own car. He owned stock in Continental Can and other corporations.
Stephen Clark Rudolph Snook (1813 - 1901)
Nancy Balsley Snook (1812 - 1904)
Susie C. Williams Snook (1865 - 1952)
Helen G. White Snook (1848 - 1920)*
Judson A Snook (1869 - 1948)*
Theodore Snook (1845 - 1934)*
Seley J. Snook (1847 - 1913)*
Marcellus Balsley Snook (1848 - 1922)*
Josephine F. Snook (1849 - 1905)*
Clinton Snook (1851 - 1936)
Cortland A. Snook (1851 - 1911)*
New York, USA
Created by: LaDon Brennan
Record added: May 13, 2007
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