Person:Nancy Long (41)

Nancy Ann Long
b.31 Mar 1837 Indiana
m. 22 Oct 1829
  1. Josephus Long1830 - 1916
  2. Allen Long1832 - 1912
  3. Sarah J Long1836 -
  4. Nancy Ann Long1837 - 1919
  5. Jasper Long1839 - 1904
  6. Emily H Long1843 -
  7. Anson D Long1845 - 1915
  • H.  James Snodgrass (add)
  • WNancy Ann Long1837 - 1919
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Name Nancy Ann Long
Gender Female
Birth? 31 Mar 1837 Indiana
Death? 29 Aug 1919 New Market, Taylor, Iowa, United States

Birth: Mar. 31, 1837 Hancock County Indiana, USA Death: Aug. 29, 1919 New Market Taylor County Iowa, USA

New Market Herald, Sept. 4: Grandmother Snodgrass, after an illness of several weeks passed quietly to her reward last Friday, at the home of her son, Postmaster T. J. Snodgrass. She was one of the early settlers of this community and was loved and respected by all who knew her. She had been in feeble health for a long time, and while her death was not entirely unexpected yet when the summons came it caused many hearts to sorrow. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Christian church, conducted by Rev. R. C. Snodgrass of Clarinda. Many gathered around her bier to pay the last loving tribute to her memory. Interment was in Memory cemetery. Among the out of town people who came to attend the last sad rites were Mr. and Mrs. Speelman of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Morgason of Shenandoah. Miss Alice Long, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Snodgrass of Clarinda.

Nancy Ann Long was born in Hancock county, Ind., March 31, 1839, and passed away Aug. 29, 1919, aged 85 years 4 months, and 28 days. She was married Aug. 30, 1849, to James Thomas Snodgrass who passed away Sept. 5,1877. To this union were born twelve children, eight of whom are still living: Mrs. Lenora Dougherty of Clarinda, Oscar Snodgrass, Hamlin, Kan., Jennie, Adolphus and Thomas of New Market, Arthelia Prickett, Norton, Kans.; Charles Snodgrass, Detroit, Mich., and Orie Millhone, Denver,. Colo. Two passed away in infancy Hattie and Tonqiumna, while Lauretta Speelman departed this life Feb. 4, 1893, and Arthur Snodgrass April 12, 1918. She united with the Christian church when about 18 years old and up to the time of her death was always as faithful to the church as her physical strength permitted. Her peace and her joy which she found in Christ in her humble but useful life, became her hope and her reward in the valley of the shadow. CLARINDA JOURNAL, Clarinda, Iowa Sep 25, 1919

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 James Thomas Snodgrass (1827 - 1877)

 Martha Jane Snodgrass (1852 - 1935)*
 Oscar Snodgrass (1857 - 1941)*
 Adolphus Snodgrass (1860 - 1940)*
 Thomas Jasper Snodgrass (1863 - 1938)*

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Burial: Memory Cemetery Page County Iowa, USA