Western Pennsylvania Genealogy
Compiled by Douglas H. Lusher


Family Group Record



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Conrad [2] Snyder and Nancy McCandless




Husband Conrad [2] Snyder 1 2

         Born: 2 Nov 1822 - Brady Twp, Butler Co, PA 2
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       Father: Conrad Snyder Jr. (1777-1866) 1 2 3
       Mother: Mary Ann Bryan (Abt 1781-1869) 1 3 4


     Marriage: 



Wife Nancy McCandless 1 2

         Born: 6 Jan 1826 2
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         Died: 28 Nov 1863 2
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       Father: James "Jimmy" McCandless (      -      )
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Lavina Snyder 5

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       Spouse: Lyman P. Hilliard (      -      ) 5



2 M Elva T. Snyder 5

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       Spouse: Sarah Belle McCall (      -Bef 1909) 5 6



3 F Emeline S. Snyder 5

         Born: 
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       Spouse: John Allen (      -      ) 5



4 M Alfred H. Snyder 5

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       Spouse: Ann Campbell (      -      ) 5



5 M Alvin Curtis Snyder 5 7

         Born: 23 Jun 1858 7
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         Died: 31 Dec 1900 7
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       Spouse: Laura May McNees (1861-1928) 5 7
         Marr: 21 Feb 1878 7



6 F Mary Ann Snyder 5 6

         Born:  - Butler Co, PA
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       Spouse: Josiah P. McCall (1852-1922) 5 6 8



7 M Everett C. Snyder 5

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       Spouse: Edith Abernathy (      -      ) 5



8 F Nancy J. Snyder 5

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         Died: Bef 1895
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General Notes: Husband - Conrad [2] Snyder


He was born on a farm in Brady township, Butler County, Pennsylvania, received such an education as the common schools afforded, and grew to manhood beneath the parental roof, assisting his parents in carrying on the farm, which his father gave to him a few years before his death. He retired from active business life in 1893, and the farm was then managed by his son, Everett C. Politically, He was a Republican, but like his father would never accept office of any kind. He was a life-long member of Muddy Creek Presbyterian church, and was one of the leading citizens of the community.

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Sources


1 History of Butler County, Pennsylvania (Chicago, IL: Waterman, Watkins & Co., 1883), Pg 364.

2 History of Butler County, Pennsylvania (R. C. Brown & Co. Publishers, 1895), Pg 1249.

3 Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, Her People Past and Present (Chicago, IL: J. H. Beers & Co., 1914), Pg 625.

4 History of Butler County, Pennsylvania (R. C. Brown & Co. Publishers, 1895), Pg 1249, 1289.

5 History of Butler County, Pennsylvania (R. C. Brown & Co. Publishers, 1895), Pg 1250.

6 James A. McKee, 20th Century History of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and Representative Citizens (Chicago, IL: Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co., 1909), Pg 611.

7 Jeff McBride, Thomas Armstrong in Path Valley (Laurel, Md: Web-published, 2012).

8 C. Hale Sipe, History of Butler County, Pennsylvania (Topeka - Indianapolis: Historical Publishing Co., 1927), Pg 977.


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