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Re: Snead Pedigree - siblings Mary & Henry R. Snead - ??Caroline County, VA 1700s?
Posted by: Lynn Comiskey (ID *****0678) Date: April 01, 2013 at 09:20:38
In Reply to: Re: Snead Pedigree - siblings Mary & Henry R. Snead - ??Caroline County, VA 1700s? by ALICE OWENS of 1153

Mary Snead Hill had 6 children listed in her will, Thomas. George W., John, Colin, Samuel, and Nancy m Henry Kidd. I would like to hear from descendants of Mary Snead Hill. My own John Hill may, or may not, be one of them. The Hill DNA Project has several descendants of my John Hill in group 28 b. Descendants of Thomas, George W., Colin, and Samuel would also be of this group if related. It would certainly be of help to compare their DNA patterns

I recently came across an 1819 Chancery Court record in Fluvanna Co., VA, (Exrs of Mary Hill vs Henry Snead) identifies Charles Snead, a teacher in Hanover Co., as Mary Snead Hillís father, Henry R, and George Snead as her brothers, and Samuel Hill as her husband. Samuel Hillís home county is not identified. This case has been scanned and can be found at www.virginiamemory.com/collections/chancery
Pages 14 and 15 have the depositions providing this information.

Hopefully the above can be of help to establish or rule out possibilities for the children of Mary Snead Hill and their ancestry.


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