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Posted by: Roger Grimshaw (ID *****9344) Date: March 28, 2006 at 11:24:22
In Reply to: JOHN SNOKE B. 1798 PA TO KOSCIUSKO CO., IN by Jonathan Wert of 396

Mr Wert,
I am a descendant of the Wacks (Wachs)(Wax) family. All of my family from the middle 1700's to the late 1800's all originated in Germany and Pennsylvania. My great grandfather John Henry Wax moved to Fulton County, New York which is where I was born and raised; actually born in Cooperstown, NY. I have done some research on the children and grandchildren of the John Snoke, Mary M Wax marriage and I have found the same 4 children that you mentioned. Philip Snoke married a Catherine (don't know maiden name) and had 6 children that I know of. They were: William, Sylvester, Charles, Susan, Lorenzo, and Edward. Lorenzo married a lady named Ida, and Edward married a lady named Ina (not sure of that name; census was difficult to read). Lorenzo had no children, but Edward had 3, Lizzie or Carrie (hard to read), and Dan or Don, and 1 that died (don't know name). Can't find anything on Susan (Suzanna) Snoke after the 1860 census and nothing on Johb B Snoke after the 1870 census. They may have died rather young. Mary M Wax father was Philip Wax and mother Mary M Statler. Philip's father was Peter Wax and mother Anna C Geschwind. Mary Wax Snoke is only a distant cousin of mine. Hope this helps you some.

Roger Grimshaw, Englewood, Fl

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