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 Sarah Ann <I>Bradley</I> Snoddy

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Sarah Ann Bradley Snoddy

Birth
Knox County, Tennessee, USA
Death
7 Mar 1899 (aged 65)
Blount County, Tennessee, USA
Burial
Maryville, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID
5783512 View Source

Sarah Ann Bradley was the daughter of John and Malinda Dowell Bradley, she united in marriage in Knox County Tennessee with William A. G. Snoddy, December 8, 1859.

March 8th '99
Death has again entered our community. On yesterday morning, the Niles Ferry road 7 miles from town Mrs. Sarah Snoddy wife of Gillespie Snoddy died very sudden of heart trouble. Mrs. Snoddy rose early and ate a hearty breakfast and went about her work as usual and all at once just sank down died without ever speaking.

Sister Snoddy was born in Knox Co. A.D. 1883. She embraced religion A.D. 1856, and joined the ME. Church and remained in same until A.D. 1875, she then transferred by letter to the Cumberland Pres. Church and lived in same till death.

She was united in marriage to Mr. Gillespie Snoddy in December A.D. 1859. She was a kind and devoted wife and a tender and loving mother. She was the mother of 8 children, 3 girls and 5 boys all of whom are still living and are now grown. Sister Snoddy was an humble and devoted christian and loving neighbor.

The remains were taken to the church at Carpenter's Camp ground to-day, and after an appropriate service conducted by Dr. J.C. Eckles she was conveyed to her resting place in the Cemetry near the church there to await the ressurection morning. Mrs. Snoddy leaves
a husband and eight children and several grandchildren and many friends to mourn her loss. Sister Snoddy has gone from labor to rest.

Courtesy of Patricia Taylor & Cherie Dawson

Sarah Ann Bradley was the daughter of John and Malinda Dowell Bradley, she united in marriage in Knox County Tennessee with William A. G. Snoddy, December 8, 1859.

March 8th '99
Death has again entered our community. On yesterday morning, the Niles Ferry road 7 miles from town Mrs. Sarah Snoddy wife of Gillespie Snoddy died very sudden of heart trouble. Mrs. Snoddy rose early and ate a hearty breakfast and went about her work as usual and all at once just sank down died without ever speaking.

Sister Snoddy was born in Knox Co. A.D. 1883. She embraced religion A.D. 1856, and joined the ME. Church and remained in same until A.D. 1875, she then transferred by letter to the Cumberland Pres. Church and lived in same till death.

She was united in marriage to Mr. Gillespie Snoddy in December A.D. 1859. She was a kind and devoted wife and a tender and loving mother. She was the mother of 8 children, 3 girls and 5 boys all of whom are still living and are now grown. Sister Snoddy was an humble and devoted christian and loving neighbor.

The remains were taken to the church at Carpenter's Camp ground to-day, and after an appropriate service conducted by Dr. J.C. Eckles she was conveyed to her resting place in the Cemetry near the church there to await the ressurection morning. Mrs. Snoddy leaves
a husband and eight children and several grandchildren and many friends to mourn her loss. Sister Snoddy has gone from labor to rest.

Courtesy of Patricia Taylor & Cherie Dawson


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