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Snead Pedigree - siblings Mary & Henry R. Snead - ??Caroline County, VA 1700s?
Posted by: ALICE OWENS (ID *****9689) Date: February 19, 2005 at 07:37:46
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Hello Snead Researchers

I have been seaching for these people for a long, long time...any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am looking for:

1. Parents of Mary SNEAD
2. Husband of Mary Snead (given name unknown) HILL

Mary Snead married unknown Hill, probably in/near Caroline County ca 1760.
       Mary [Snead] Hill had 6 known children:
       Thomas Hill
       George W. Hill
       Samuel Hill
       John Hill
       Thomas Hill
       Nancy Hill

Facts: Nancy Hill married Henry Kidd. They were in Caroline County, VA (records burned) prior to land purchase in Fluvanna Co., VA in 1791.

Nancy's mother, Mary [Snead] Hill was in the household of Henry & Nancy Kidd prior to her death ca 1815. In her will she leaves $1.00 to her 4 sons, John Hill, Samuel Hill, George Hill & Collin. She lends 1/2 the estate coming to her from her brother Henry R. Snead's estate, to her son Thomas Hill. Thomas Hill is also an executor of her will.

These Hill men were not in Fluvanna Co., but I think reasonable to assume not too far away for her to name one as executor.

We may assume her brother Henry R. Snead has died in the not too distant past, as she had not yet received the "estate" coming to her from him. As Thomas Hill is the executor and to receive 1/2 the "estate" could he be the oldest son?

Thanks for your input

Alice in Fluvanna


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