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Jacob C. Snider[1]

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Birth  12 Jan 1822    [2
Sex  Male 
Eby ID  00106-5891 
Died  12 Mar 1857  Desjardin Canal, Near Hamilton, Wentworth Co., Ontario  [3,4
Person ID  I181 
Last Modified  01 May 2005 
 
Father  Jacob C. Snider, b. 19 Feb 1791, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania 
Mother  Elizabeth Cressman, b. 10 Jun 1791, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania 
Group Sheet  F8 
 
Family 1  Nancy Bricker, b. 29 Jul 1820 
Children 
 1. Jacob B. Snider, b. 21 Jan 1839
 2. John B. Snider, b. 25 Aug 1840
 3. Norman B. Snider, b. 1 Jan 1843
 4. Sydney B. Snider, b. 2 Feb 1845
 5. Elizabeth Snider, b. 2 May 1850
Group Sheet  F67 
 
Notes  Jacob C. Snider, "was born January 12th, 1822. He was married to Nancy Bricker who was born July 29th, 1820. They resided in St. Jacobs where he was proprietor of the mills now in possession of E. W. B. Snider. He died March 12th, 1857, (* He was a passenger on board the illfated train that broke through the bridge crossing the Desjardine Canal near Hamilton. He was one of the number who was instantly killed. Date of the accident March 12th, 1857.) leaving a family of five children Viz:"
 
Sources  1. [S1]   Vol I A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra E. Eby, (Berlin, Ontario, 1895), 477   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
2. [S2]   Vol II A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra Eby, 277   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
3. [S1]   Vol I A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra E. Eby, (Berlin, Ontario, 1895), 309   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
4. [S2]   Vol II A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra Eby, 277   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
 
Cemeteries and Headstones
Cemetery Stone
Cemetery Stone from Martin Meetinghouse Cemetery
Documents
Deed
Deed 505 dated February 20, 1855 between Jacob C. Snider and Jacob C. Snyder Jr. for Lot 8 German Company Tract, Woolwich Township, Waterloo County, Canada.
Deed
Deed 1102 dated April 4, 1849 between Ephriam Cress and Jacob C. Snider, Jr. for Lot 7 German Company Tract, Woolwich Township, Waterloo County, Canada.
Deed
Deed 272 dated August 29, 1853 between Anthony Reitzel and Jacob C. Snider, Jr. for Lot 37 German Company Tract, Woolwich Township, Waterloo County, Canada.
Deed
Deed 520 dated December 15, 1855 between Matthias Stricker and Jacob C. Snider, Jr. for part of Lot 9 German Company Tract, Woolwich Township, Waterloo County, Canada.
Indenture
Indenture 306 dated May 17, 1852 between Jacob Martin and Jacob C. Snider, Jr. related to a proposed dam for Lot 8 German Company Tract, Woolwich Township, Waterloo County, Canada.
Mortgage
Mortgage 506 dated February 8, 1856 between Jacob C. Snyder and Jacob C. Snyder Jr. on Lot 8 German Company Tract, Woolwich Township, Canada.
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