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Snodgrass line, census info for Illinois

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Monroe [m1] Davis, Margaret McDonough 02/27/1873 ? /? 4690
Monroe [m2] Waltham, Anna L Piatt 10/07/1880 B/39 337
Josiah / Joseph Snodgrass 48-M-VA farmer, $1600/$293
[Josiah Snodgrass s/o Alex. & Eliz.]
Margaret Snodgrass 42-F-IN <1880 in Piatt Co., IL> [Margaret Holsapple]
Madison Snodgrass 19-M-IN <1870 in Piatt Co., IL> [James Madison Snodgrass]
Esther Snodgrass 16-F-IN
Phebe Snodgrass 14-F-IN <m. 1867 Daniel Artus>
Sarah? Snodgrass 12-F-IN
Munroe Snodgrass 8-M-IL <1880 in Piatt Co., IL>
[Monroe Snodgrass - 1910 Atchison Co KS]
27 Feb 1873 -- Monroe Snodgrass married Miss Margaret Davis, under 18, consent
of guardian Henry S. Baldwin, married by J. M. Wallin (#4690)
[vss - check the record ... this is s/o Josiah and Margaret Holsapple of
1860 McDonough Co; Monroe m2 1880, his sister-in-law Anna Waltham]
19 Feb 1878 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to Ruth D. Piper; C.M.; 19 Feb
1878, filed 25 Feb 1878; $102; Book F, page 116.
9 Jan 1880 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to Edward Dewey; C.M.; 9 Jan 1880,
filed 16 Jan 1880; $175; Book F, page 461.

Blue Ridge Twp., #282:
Monroe Snodgrass 29-M-IL/VA/IN farmer, wid <m. 1880 sister-in-law>
Annie M. Snodgrass 6-F-IL/IL/MO daughter
Sherman Snodgrass 4-M-IL/IL/MO son
Ann Waltman <Wiltman?> 21-F-MO/MO/MO sister-in-law [Anna L. Waltham]
<m. 1880 Monroe Snodgrass>

Blue Ridge Twp., #283:
Andrew Snodgrass 25-M-IL/VA/IN farmer
Douglas Snodgrass 20-M-IL/VA/IN brother
Margaret Snodgrass 65-F-IN/IN/IN mother, wid. [d. 26 Nov 1884]
Annie Snodgrass 27-F-IN/VA/IN sister, wid.
<1900 DeWitte Co., IL>
Margaret in this listing is Margaret Holsapple, widow of Josiah Snodgrass-parents of Monroe Snodgrass.
5 Jan 1881 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass; C.M.; 5 Jan 1881, filed 10 Jan 1881;
$150; Book H, page 33.
4 Jan 1882 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to W. M. Smith; C.M.; 4 Jan 1882,
filed 7 Jan 1882; $200; Book J, page 24.

2 Jan 1883 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to W. M. Smith, C.M.; 2 Jan 1883,
filed 25 Jan 1883; $225; CM/H, page 209.

1 Feb 1883 -- Deed Index: J. M. Snodgrass to C. A. Tatman; T. D.; 1 Feb 1883,
filed 28 Feb 1883; $600; Book 27, page 491; E 1/2 NW 1/4 S26-T20-R5.

31 Aug 1883 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to Marion Smith; C.M.; 31 Aug 1883,
filed 28 Nov 1883; $75; Book G, page 495.

31 Jan 1884 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to G. W. & W. M. Smith; C.M.;
31 Jan 1884, filed 31 Jan 1884; $295; Book G, page 504.

5 Mar 1884 -- Deed Index: Monroe Snodgrass to G. W. & W. A. Smith; C.M.;
5 Mar 1884, filed 6 Mar 1884; $295; Book G, page 548.

26 Nov 1884 -- Margaret Snodgrass d. 26 Nov 1884, age 66y 1m 23d, buried City
Cemetery, Farmer City, Piatt Co IL. [Margaret Holsapple m. Josiah Snodgrass]
Anna Snodgrass 22-F-VA prostitute-not my family, just found it amusing!

This is what I have found so far on the Snodgrass family line. Josiah Snodgrass married Margaret Holsapple. Their son Monroe married first Margaret (Mary Jane) Davis, with consent of a guardian because she was under 18 (who was Henry S. Baldwin? A stepfather?). She died abt 5 or 6 years later after giving birth to a son, Andrew Sherman Snodgrass. He married Elizabeth Piper (Widow Haggar) and they had Maude Belle Snodgrass. Still trying to find both the families of Lizzie Piper and Margaret Davis.

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on 2010-12-18 12:28:54

I'm also researching Guyton, Cole, McAlister lines. Just starting on the GUINTY, SNODGRASS, PIPER line on my father's line. My ancestors came from England, Ireland, Scotland. They settled in Massachussetts, Kansas, Mississippi, Virginia, North Carolina. I have also been researching the Manning line on my fathers side. The Sanders line is nearly complete, exept the large wall between William Aaron and his ancestors (Thanks to DNA evidence disproving a large part of my work, and the work of others!). Would love to hear from any distant cousins I have out there!

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