Person:Edgar Snyder (1)

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m. 17 Aug 1862
  1. James A. Snyder1864 - 1937
  2. Edgar Snyder1866 - 1955
  3. Jennie Eliza Snyder1867 - 1936
  4. Almon D. Snyder1869 - 1917
  5. Merton Snyder1872 - 1948
  6. Cora Snyder1873 - 1926
  7. Menzo Snyder1876 - 1960
  8. Frederick Snyder1878 - 1958
  9. Eva Snyder1880 - 1961
  10. Elmer Frank Snyder1883 - 1953
  11. Harry L. Snyder1885 - 1907
Facts and Events
Name Edgar Snyder
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 8 Jun 1866 Michigan, United States
Occupation[4] 1920 Colorado, United Stateswatchman for a coal mining company
Death? 7 Feb 1955 Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States
Burial[3] Mishawaka, St. Joseph County, Indiana, United StatesFairview Cemetery
References
  1. Portrait and biographical album of Livingston County, Ill: containing full page portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with portraits and biographies of all the governors of Illinois, and of the presidents of the United States. (Chicago, Ill.: Chapman Brothers, 1888), page 821.

    'Mr. and Mrs. Snyder remained in New York State three years after their marriage, then in Michigan about two and a half, and then came directly to this county, locating a few years afterward on their present farm. ...
    The record of [Orin and Martha (Allard) Snyder's] eleven children is as follows: ... Edgar, born June 8, 1866; ...'

  2. Broughton, Livingston County, Illinois, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 16.

    Orin Snyder, age 26, farmer, born in New York
    Martha Snyder, age 25, keeping house, born in New York
    James Snyder, age 5, born in Canada
    Edgar Snyder, age 4, born in Mich
    Jennie Snyder, age 2, born in Mich
    Almon Snyder, age 6/12, born in Illinois, in Decr.

  3. Fairview Cemetery, Mishawaka, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA, in Find A Grave.

    Inscription from photo of gravestone:
    'Edgar Snyder 1866-1955'

  4. Axial, Moffat County, Colorado, in United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625), sheet 3.

    Fredrick Snyder, age 41, born in Illinois, auto repairman, coal mine (both parents born in New York)
    wife: Ida L. Snyder, age 41, born in Illinois (both parents born in Pennsylvania)
    daughter: Mildred B Snyder, age 16, born in Indiana
    son: Clyde A. Snyder, age 7, born in Indiana
    mother: Martha L. Snyder, age 75, widowed, born in New York (both parents born in New York)
    brother: Edgar Snyder, age 54, divorced, born in Illinois, watchman, coal mine

  5.   Broughton, Livingston County, Illinois, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 16.

    Orrin Snyder, age 36, farming, born in New York (father and mother both born in New York)
    wife: Martha Snyder, age 35, keeping house, born in New York (father born in Connecticut, mother born in New York)
    son: James Snyder, age 15, farming, born in New York
    son: Edgar Snyder, age 13, farming, born in Michigan
    daughter: Jennie Snyder, age 12, born in Michigan
    son: Alman Snyder, age 10, born in Illinois
    son: Merton Snyder, age 8, born in Illinois
    daughter: Cara Snyder, age 6, born in Illinois
    son: Menzo Snyder, age 4, born in Illinois
    son: Fred Snyder, age 2, born in Illinois

  6.   Golden, Okanogan County, Washington, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), sheet 10.

    Edger Snyder, roomer in the household of S. M. and Margret Keeler, born June 1866 (age 33) in Michigan, single, farm laborer (father born in Michigan, mother born in New York)

    This appears to be the closest match for Edgar Snyder in the 1900 US Census, even though his father was born in New York (not Michigan).

  7.   Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, in United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626).

    lodger: Edgar Snyder, age 63 (age 36 at first marriage), widowed, born in Michigan (both parents born in New York), blacksmith in an auto factory