Person:Isaac Snow (7)

Watchers
Isaac Snow
b.est 1805
  1. James Snowbet 1794-1800 - AFT 1839
  2. Isaac Snowest 1805 - 1848
  3. John Snow1805 - aft 1850
m. 1 DEC 1825
  1. Alexander Snow1827 -
  2. James Snowabt 1830 -
  3. Ambrose SnowAbt 1833 - 1849
  4. Amanda Snowabt 1835 -
  5. Mary Elizabeth Snowabt 1838 -
  • HIsaac Snowest 1805 - 1848
  • WSarah Mooreabt 1800 -
m. 15 Feb 1841
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Snow
Gender Male
Birth? est 1805 based on age in 1840 census; date of marriage
Residence[1] 4 Jun 1822 Pope, Illinois, United Statesroadwork crew
Marriage 1 DEC 1825 Scott, Indiana, United Statesto Margaret Harrod
Property[2] 10 Apr 1829 Fountain, Indiana, United Statesrec'd US land patent
Property[3] 21 Jul 1829 Fountain, Indiana, United Statessold property
Property[5] 1 Mar 1830 Fountain, Indiana, United Statessold land near the town of Portland
Property[5] 7 Aug 1830 Fountain, Indiana, United Statessold property to Jacob Roe
Property[7] 7 Aug 1830 Fountain, Indiana, United Statessold land in Fountain County
Property[5] 27 Dec 1832 Fountain, Indiana, United Statessold property
Property[6] 11 Sept 1833 Clinton, Indiana, United Statesbought property
Property[6] 5 Oct 1833 Clinton, Indiana, United Statesbought property
Property[6][18] 17 May 1834 Boone, Indiana, United Statesresident in Boone County, sold property in Clinton County to Bonham Stout
Property[4] 3 Sep 1834 Boone, Indiana, United Statesrec'd 3 US land patents, application made while resident in Fountain County
Property[4] 1 Jan 1835 Boone, Indiana, United Statesrec'd US land patent
Other[8][9] 1835 Boone, Indiana, United Stateslaid out town of Mechanicsburg
Other[10] 27 Oct 1835 Boone, Indiana, United Statessued by Bonham Stout, and pays
Property[7] 3 Mar 1836 Sullivan, Indiana, United Statesresident of Sullivan County, sold town lot in Covington, Fountain County
Property[11] 6 May 1837 Vigo, Indiana, United Statesresident in Vigo County, sells land in Fountain County
Property[4] 1 Aug 1839 Knox, Indiana, United Statesrec'd US land patent, applied while resident in Knox County
Census[12] 1840 Sullivan, Indiana, United States
Property[13] 5 Feb 1840 Sullivan, Indiana, United Statesresident of Sullivan County, purchased land in Vigo County
Property[14] 1 Oct 1840 Sullivan, Indiana, United Statesrec'd US land patents
Marriage 15 Feb 1841 Knox, Indiana, United Statesto Sarah Moore
Property[15] 9 Nov 1846 Sullivan, Indiana, United Statesresident of Sullivan County, purchased land in Clinton County
Death[16] 24 Jan 1848 Sullivan, Indiana, United States
Property[17] 27 Jun 1849 Clinton, Indiana, United Stateswidow (in Sullivan County) sells land in Clinton County; Isaac's son as witness
References
  1. County Court Records, Pope County, Illinois, 1816-1831; LDS #0964530, in Illinois. County Court (Pope County), and Illinois. Court of County Commissioners (Pope County). County court records, 1816-1850. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1974), p. 175, Primary quality.

    4 June 1822
    Ordered that Lincoln Harper be appointed Supervisor on the Franklin road, from the Kaskaskia road, to the crossing of the Big Bay Cree, and . . . Cato Whitesid, James A. Whitsid, John Whitesid, James Snow, Isaac Snow, John Snow, Jacob Roe, William Johnson, Bailey Johnson, Charles Johnson Jur, . . . Abraham Shufflebarger, Jacob Sufflebarger, John King, Fredrick A[pple]yard, Jesse McCool, Benjamin McCool [crossed out in original], . . . allotted to to work on the same

  2. United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Document Nr.: 6506, Primary quality.

    ISAAC SNOW of Fountain County, Indiana
    80 Acres: W1⁄2NE S33/ T21-N R8-W 2nd PM Fountain & Warren counties, IN
    Issue Date: 4/10/1829, Land Office: Crawfordsville

  3. Deed Records, Fountain County, Indiana; LDS #1321726, in Fountain County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1887. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), Vol. 1, p. 301, 1826-1830, Primary quality.

    Indenture 21 July 1829
    Between Isaac Snow and Margaret his wife of Fountain County, Indiana
    and Leonard Keep of same place who paid $206
    for a part of W1/2 of the NE1/4 of Sec 33, T21N, R8W
    beginning at the South corner of the said lot of land thence N with the line of said lot 120 rods thence W 55 rods thence S 120 rods to the place of beginning, containing 41 and 25/100s acres
    signed Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow
    Witnesses F. C. Paine, JP, E. Franklin
    Recorded 31 Oct 1829

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Primary quality.

    ISAAC SNOW of Fountain County, IN
    Document Nr.: 17016 Issue Date: 9/3/1834 Land Office: Crawfordsville
    40 Acres: SESE Sec 23 T20-N R1-W 2nd PM Boone County, Indiana
    Document Nr.: 17017 Issue Date: 9/3/1834 Land Office: Crawfordsville
    40 Acres: SWSE Sec 23 T20-N R1-W 2nd PM Boone County, IN
    Document Nr.: 17018 Issue Date: 9/3/1834 Land Office: Crawfordsville
    160 Acres: NE Sec 26 T20-N R1-W 2nd PM Boone County, IN
    ISAAC SNOW of Boone County, IN
    Document Nr.: 21256 Issue Date: 1/1/1835 Land Office: Crawfordsville
    80 Acres: W1⁄2NE Sec 24 T20-N R1-W 2nd PM Boone County, IN
    ISAAC SNOW of Knox County, Indiana
    Document Nr.: 21982 Issue Date: 8/1/1839 Land Office: Vincennes
    92.63 Acres: W1⁄2NE Sec 3 T4-N R10-W 2nd PM Knox County, IN

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Deed Records, Fountain County, Indiana, Volumes 2-3; LDS #1321427, in Fountain County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1887. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), 1831-1833, Primary quality.

    Vol 2, p. 129
    Indenture 7 Aug 1830
    Between Isaac Snow and Margaret his wife of Fountain County, Indiana
    and Jacob Roe of same place who paid $50
    for part of NE1/4, Sec 33, T21N, R8W
    beginning at the NW corner running S 46 rods thence E 25 rods thence N 6 rods thence E 15 rods thence N 40 rods, W to the place of beginning, containing 11 acres more or less
    Signed Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow
    Witness James Miller, JP
    Recorded 4 Aug 1831
    Vol. 3 p. 282
    Isaac Snow and Margaret his wife of Fountain County, IN
    who received $60 from John Crawford
    give, grant, bargain, sell, etc.
    part of the W1/2 of the NW1/4, Sec 33, T21N, R8W, near the town of Portland - Lots No. 9 and 10, and No. 4
    Signed 1 March 1830, Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow
    Witness R. C. Gregory, John Parrott
    Recorded 6 May 1833
    Vol. 3, p. 435
    Indenture made 27 December 1832
    Between Isaac Snow and Margaret his wife of Fountain County, IN
    and Susan Moon of ______ [blank in original] who paid $200
    E1/2 of the SE1/4, Sec 34, T20N, R8W, containing 80 acres
    also the W1/2 of the SE1/4, Sec 34, T20N, R[8]W, containing 40 acres
    Signed Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow
    Witness John Bartlett JP, Knowles Shaw

  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Deed Book 2, Clinton County, Indiana; Clinton County Courthouse, in Clinton, Indiana, United States. Deed Book, Sep 1833-Apr 1835, Primary quality.

    p. 364
    Indenture 5 Oct 1833
    Between Chesley Leake and Polly Leake his wife of the State of Kentucky
    And Isaac Snow of Clinton County, IN who paid $220 for
    Land containg 80 acres according to public survey
    The E1/2 of the SE1/4, S33, T21N, R1W (Crawfordsville Land Office)
    Signed Chesley Leake, Polly Leake
    No witness, except C. W. Owens JP, D. Bonaigh JP of Mason County, Kentucky
    p. 366
    Indenture 11 September 1833
    Between Walter P. Leake and Nancy Leake his wife of Clinton County, Indiana
    And Isaac Snow
    Who paid $120 for land containing 29 and 80/100s acres in the NE1/4 of Sec 4, T20N, R1W, beginning at the NE corner of SR then S with the Section line 120 poles to a stake, then W 39 poles and 18 and 1/4 links to a Stake, then N 120 poles to a stake on the Section line then E to the place of beginning
    Signed Walter P. Leake, Nancy x her mark Leake
    Witness John Harland, JP
    p. 367
    Indenture 17 May 1834
    Between Isaac Snow and Margaret his wife of Boone County, Indiana
    And Bonham Stout of Clinton County, Indiana who paid $600 for
    E1/2 of the SE1/4, S33, T21N, R1W containing acres more or less
    And a certain parcel of S4, T20N, R1W, , beginning at the NE corner of SR then S with the Section line 120 poles to a stake, then W 39 poles and 18 and 1/4 links to a Stake, then N 120 poles to a stake on the Section line then E to the place of beginning containing 29 acres and 80/100s acres (Crawfordsville Land Office)
    Signed Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow
    Witness John Harland JP

    Bonham Stout had built the mill just across the county line in Boone County, which he sold to Isaac Snow, who then sold it to James Snow, as part of the development of the town of Mechanicsburg. S9

  7. 7.0 7.1 Deed Records, Vol. 4, Fountain County, Indiana; LDS #1321728, in Fountain County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1887. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), 1833-1836, Primary quality.

    Vol. 5, p. 455
    Indenture made 3 March 1836
    Between Amos Rathman of Vermillion county, IN
    and Isaac Snow of Sullivan County, IN who paid $150
    for land in the town of Covington, Fountain county, IN, Lot #67
    Signed Amos Rathborn
    Witness R. Hetfield, Jno Bartlett
    Recorded 2 May 1836
    Vol. 5, p. 471
    Indenture made 7 Aug 1830 [sic]
    Between Isaac Snow of Fountain County, IN
    and John Bartlett of same place who paid $40
    for land in Fountain County, to wit
    [O]ut Lots J. Snow said [sic] out on the West side of the West 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of S33, T20N, R8W lying on the W Line and extending east 25 poles Known on the Platt by No. 5 containing 2 acres and 5 poles
    Also Lot No. 8 containing 3 acres 7.5 poles
    and the said J. Snow [sic] grants, bargains, etc. all rights etc.
    Signed Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow his wife
    Witness James Miller, J. P.
    Recorded 6 May 1836
    [note: J. Snow in text is clearly a “J”, not the “I” of Isaac.]

  8. An Address containing A History of Boone County, Indiana; LDS#977.254 H2n, in Neal, Stephen, and John M Bishop. An address containing the history of Boone County, Indiana: from its organization to the present. (1876), p. 6, Secondary quality.

    The town of Mechanicsburg, Washington township, was surveyed and platted in the year 1835, Isaac Snow being the original proprietor.

  9. Harden, Samuel, and Spahr. Early life and times in Boon County, Indiana: giving an account of the early settlement of each locality, church histories, county and township officers from the first down to 1886; histories of some of the pioneer families of some of the prominent men and women... (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968 (originally published 1887)), Vol. 2, p. 290, Secondary quality.

    Account of Nathan B. Garrette, who settled near Mechanicsburg in October 1836: The first mill was erected by Bowman Stout. He sold it to Isaac Snow, who sold to James Snow, when it was taken down and removed further west. This mill was in operation and the frame for a grist-mill up when I came. James Snow was the proprietor of Mechnicsburgh.

  10. Order Book, Civil, Circuit Court, Vol. 1-2; LDS #2418618, in Indiana. Circuit Court (Boone County). Civil Order books, Circuit Court, Boone County, Indiana, 1832-1921, Vol 1, p. 70, 19 Apr 1832-Sept 1843, Primary quality.

    27 Oct 1835
    Bonham Stout vs Isaac Snow – Appeal
    Comes the defendant and files The Agreement of the parties in the words and figures as follows (here insert it) and the said defendant pays the whole amount of the Costs accrued herein according to the said agreement and This Suit is dismissed.

  11. Deed Records, Fountain County, Indiana, Volumes 6,8; LDS #1321429, in Fountain County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1887. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), Vol. 8, p. 331, 1836-1839, Primary quality.

    8-331
    Indenture 6 May 1837
    Isaac Snow and Margaret his wife of Vigo County, IN
    and George W. Austin of the same place who paid $300
    Lot 67 in Town of Covington, Fountain County, IN
    Signed Isaac Snow, Margaret Snow
    Witness Warren Harper JP of Vigo County, Elizabeth [?e]lake

  12. Sullivan County, Indiana, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Snow, Isaac, 1 m 5-10 [Ambrose], 2 m 10-15 [Alexander, James], 1 m 30-40 [Isaac]; 1 f under 5 [Mary Elizabeth], 1 f 5-10 [Amanda], 1 f 30-40 [Peggy]

  13. Deeds, Vigo County, Indiana, Vol. 9; LDS #1392819, in Vigo County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1818-1886. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), Vol 9, p. 431, 1841, Primary quality.

    Indenture 5 February 1840
    Between James Uriah Scott and Adaline his wife of Vigo County
    And Isaac Snow of Sullivan County, IN who paid $150
    For the SE1/4 of the SW1/4, S34, T10N, R9W containing 40 acres
    Signed James U. Scott, Adaline x her mark Scott
    Witness John G. Mundell, JP, Elizabeth x her mark Mundell
    Recorded 3 Oct 1842

  14. United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Primary quality.

    ISAAC SNOW of Sullivan County, IN
    Document Nr.: 25910 Issue Date: 10/1/1840 Land Office: Vincennes
    160 Acres: SW Sec 29 T8-N R8-W 2nd PM Sullivan County, IN
    Document Nr.: 26361 Issue Date: 10/1/1840 Land Office: Vincennes
    40 Acres: NWNW Sec 28 T8-N R8-W 2nd PM Sullivan County, IN
    Document Nr.: 26362 Issue Date: 10/1/1840 Land Office: Vincennes
    40 Acres: NENE Sec 29 T8-N R8-W 2nd PM Sullivan County, IN

  15. Deed Book 10; Clinton County Courthouse, in Clinton, Indiana, United States. Deed Book, p. 446, May 1845-Oct 1847.

    Indenture 9 Nov 1846
    Between Baxley Reagan and Sarah Ann Reagan his wife of Clinton County, Indiana
    And Isaac Snow of Sullivan County, Indiana who paid $800 for
    The NW1/4 of the NE1/4
    And the NE1/4 of the NW1/4
    And W1/2 of the NE of the NE1/4
    All Section 15, T20N, R1W
    Containing 100 acres
    Signed Baxley Reagan, Sarah Ann x her mark Reagan
    Witness I. D. Armstrong Recorder, Rezin Reagan

  16. History of Greene and Sullivan Counties, State of Indiana; Ancestry.com, in History of Greene and Sullivan Counties, State of Indiana. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1969 (originally published 1884)).

    pp. 814-5 - Alexander Snow, son of Isaac and Margaret (Hearrod) Snow, natives of Indiana, and of English and Irish descent, was born 29 August 1827 and worked with his father until January 24, 1848, when his father died,

  17. Deed Book 12; Clinton County Courthouse, in Clinton, Indiana, United States. Deed Book, p. 167, Mar 1849-July 1850, Primary quality.

    Know all men by these presents
    Sarah Snow widow of Isaac Snow late of Sullivan County, Indiana, deceased
    Received ______ [blank in record] dollar from
    Mercer McKinsey of Clinton County, Indiana
    And Sarah Snow does remise, release and Quit Claim
    The NW1/4 of the NE1/4, and the NE1/4 of the NW1/4, and also the W1/2 of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4, Section 15, T20, R1W containing 100 acres
    Signed 27 Jan 1849, Sarah x her mark Snow
    Witness Henry K. Wilson, Alexander Snow, Squire McDarnall JP of Sullivan County

  18. Bonham Stout had built the mill just across the county line in Boone County, which he sold to Isaac Snow, who then sold it to James Snow, as part of the development of the town of Mechanicsburg. S9