Person:William Snow (3)

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William Snow
b.ABT 1624
m. bef May 1599
  1. Nicholas Snow1599/00 - 1676
  2. Anthony SNOWABT 1602 -
  3. Anthony SnowABT 1615 - BET 1692
  4. William SnowABT 1624 - 1708/09
  • HWilliam SnowABT 1624 - 1708/09
  • WRebecca BrownABT 1631 - ABT 1698
m. 1654
  1. Joseph SnowBef 1664 - 1753
  2. William SnowBEF 1664 - Bef 1726
  3. Hannah SnowABT 1664 -
  4. Benjamin SnowAbt 1669 - 1743
  5. Rebecca SnowABT 1671 - 1740
  6. Mary Snow
  7. Lydia Snow
Facts and Events
Name William Snow
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] ABT 1624
Marriage 1654 Plymouth, Plymouth County, MAto Rebecca Brown
Death[1][2] 31 Jan 1708/09 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number X7WZ-NN

arrived on the "Susan and Ellen" in 1635

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Snow, Edwin Horton. The William Snow family: descendants of William Snow, who landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1635, 5-7.

    William Snow, b. England abt 1624, brought to New England by Richard Derby in 1635 as an apprentice, d. West Bridgewater 1708 aged 84, m. Rebeckah Browne. Will of "William Snow of Bridgewater", dated 9 Mar 1698/99, probated in 1708 [4 Mar 1708/9, see MD, p. 8:102], mentions sons Joseph, Benjamin, William; wife; daughters Mary Lidia Hannah & Rebeckah.

  2. "William Snow's Will and Inventory", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 8:102.

    "An Inventory of the Estate of William Snow sen'r of The Town Bridgwater Deceased January 31 : 1708", taken 24 Feb 1708 by Elihu Brett and John Field. Attested to 4 Mar 1708 by son and executor William Snow.

  3. Cutter, William Richard. New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of the Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation. (New York, New York, United States: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1913-14), 3:1373.

    William Snow b. England 1624, and came to this country in the ship "Susan and Ellen" in 1635 as an apprentice to Richard Derby. His age was given as eighteen, though other records show he was but eleven at the time.