This works for me, but Cornelius Jr. must have stayed in New Jersey. There are no census records for Cornelius Sr. John and Isaac an/or Jacob must have come to Broome County because I have found on census other Snedeker's not directly from John's family which have been accounted for.
Do you know how many of the children came to Broome County with Cornelius Sr?
I agree with you and will change the last name to Vorhees.
That many similarities in this line of work is not possible.
Regards, Charles Snitchler
Here are some examples of other Snedekers in Broome County.
12. HANNAH PALMER (JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born July 19, 1797, and died November 09, 1873. She married ANTHONY SNEDEKER December 01, 1816, son of GARRET SNEDEKER.
Children of HANNAH PALMER and ANTHONY SNEDEKER are:
i. ELSIE T SNEDEKER, b. September 04, 1817; m. BEJAMIN COSGROVE.
ii. EBENEZER SNEDEKER, b. August 13, 1819; m. ELVIRA ANN STEVES, August 13, 1819, Onodaga County, New York.
iii. ANN ELIZA SNEDEKER, b. March 07, 1823; d. November 12, 1842; m. EDWARD PINKUM, May 21, 1839.
iv. CHARLES WESLEY SNEDEKER, b. August 02, 1830; d. December 07, 1838.
v. PETER SNEDEKER, b. March 24, 1835; d. March 24, 1860; m. ELIZABETH LOVE, 1858.
Garret <Isaac> Snedeker #6140 b 1750 Spotswood NJ - d about 1840, married Euphemia McKnight (daughter of Rev. Charles McKnight, minister of Cranbury's First Presbyterian Church), and had 6 children I know of, all born in Middlesex Co NJ:
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