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Frank and Lydia Snyder Family PA-MO-OK 1800
Posted by: Andy Snyder (ID *****0180) Date: March 21, 2011 at 16:22:17
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I am trying to find out information on my g-g-grandfather's family. His name was Frank (possibly Franklin or Benjamin Franklin) Snyder. According to the census he was born in November of 1851 or 1857 (difficult to read) He was married to a Lydia (Lettie) Ann(a) (Royle) Snyder (b. Feb 1853 or 54). His children were Richard (1872-?), Lenora Agnes(1875-?), Thomas Tilden(1877-1961?), Amy Nora(1880-?), Ben Franklin (Frank Jr.)(1882-?), Anna (or Annie)(1886-1966), Susie (possibly short for something??)(1888-1973), James Albert (Jim)(1890), William Peter(1892-1957) (my g-gf)(, Charles Calvin (Charlie?)(1893-?), and George Henry (Georgie)(1895-?). Frank, Lydia, Frank Jr., Anna, Susie, James, William, Charles, and George are all listed on the 1900 census in Polk County Missouri. From that census, I have learned that all the children from Frank Jr. to William Peter were born in Pennsylvania. William, Charles, and George were born in Missouri. Frank Sr. and Lydia were both born in Pennsylvania. I believe Lydia's father's name is Jim Royle. Susie married a John Smith Hubble and lived and died in Webster County Missouri. Ann(a/ie) married a Williams and lived and was buried in Galloway Cemetery in Greene County Missouri. I believe that Richard lived in Nebraska at some point, Thomas lived in Little Rock, AR and fought as a pilot in WWI, Susie ran a farm with her husband in Mentor, MO, James lived in Oklahoma (possibly OK City?), and Charles lived in Oklahoma (either OK City or Tecumseh?). My understanding is that the family moved from Pennsylvania to Missouri sometime between August of 1890 and January of 1892. From there, at least some of them apparently continued to Oklahoma. Any information or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

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