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36 "A. Clatyon" is buried in Krider's (St. Benjamin's) Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. A, row 5, lot 8. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 69 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y, Westminster, MD: 1999).
 
Bell, Arthur Clayton (I5606)
 
37 "Abner" and his sister Verna were twins; the birth date derives from his twin sister's Social Security Death Index listing.

Joseph was a veteran of WW II and served in the U.S. Army Air Forces. See www.wwiimemorial.com (accessed Jan 2006). 
Snouffer, Joseph Bernard ("Abner") Jr. (I2773)
 
38 "About Christopher Schnauffer...little is known. He was not born in Renningen, at least he does not appear in the church birth [baptism] register. He may have been born during the voyage to America, or shortly after the ship's arrival [in 1751] at Philadelphia. *** Christopher, who appears to have never married, made his will 29 May 1796. It was probated the following 14 November.... Christopher was approximately 45 years old when he died." (THE SNUFFERS, p. 79.)

The 1790 Maryland census does not list Christopher, perhaps because he may have been living with his brother John. The census does list "John Snuffer" as a resident of Frederick County; it lists him as head of the family and states that there were 2 "free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families," 2 "free white males under 16 years," 6 "free white females" living in the home, and finally that there were no slaves living with the family. 1790 U.S. Census, Frederick Cnty, MD (M 637, Roll 3, p. 179); see also, HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 - MARYLAND, p. 60 (Genealogical Pub. Co. 1977). If those numbers are accurate then there must have been another male over 16 living with the family -- perhaps John's brother Christopher, who was single. Mr. Wood states: "John Snouffer was the only Snouffer of any spelling enumerated in the 1790 Maryland census. He was listed as a resident of Frederick County." (THE SNUFFERS, p. 80) Of course, only heads of household were listed by name in the 1790 census, so Christopher's name would not have appeared in that census.

Christopher's will is filed in Frederick County Will Book, GM #3, pp. 145-146. He bequeathed "unto my brother John Snouffer [sic] all that part of a tract of land called Kemps Friends[;] also all that part of a tract of land called Valley and Hills, Tom & Wills lying in Frederick County aforesaid which said two tracts or parcels of land was [sic] left me by the last will and testament of my late father Michael Snoffer [sic].... I also devise and bequeath unto my said brother John Snoffer all the residue of my estate as well real and personal...."

The will's scriviner recorded that the will was "signed sealed published and declared" on 19 May 1796 by "Christopher Snoffer the testator." Christopher's signature, however, is difficult to decipher; it appears as "Christophel Schnaufner."

According to Patricia A. Andersen, "Frederick County Wills, Liber GM#3," vol. 19, Western Maryland Genealogy, p. 21 (2003), the will was "Signed in German Script, 29 May 1796, Christophel Schnoufer [sic], before Joshua Cooksy, Philip Werbel by his mark and Jacob Grammar. Will presented [admitted to probate] 14 November 1796 by Philip Werble and Jacob Grammar, who made oath regarding witnessing will." 
Schnauffer, Christopher (I48)
 
39 "Ada M. Bell" is buried in Krider's (St. Benjamin's) Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. A, row 5, lot 7. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 69 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y, Westminster, MD: 1999) Myers, Ada Mary (I5511)
 
40 "Amid chaos at Fort Hood, local soldier rushed in'
By Ted Czech
York [PA] Daily Record (14 Nov 2009)

[The news story discusses Ryan's efforts to assist victims of the Ft. Hood, TX, massacre on 5 Nov 2009, and goes on to give personal information about Ryan, as follows.]

"Ryan David Walton grew up in West York and later Dover Township. Graduating from Dover Area Senior High School in 2004, he enlisted in the Pennsylvania National Guard in September 2005.
""My father was drafted in the Vietnam War, and I wanted to follow his legacy . . . and to serve my country and give back a little," Walton said.
"Walton also became a volunteer firefighter for Yoe Fire & Rescue Company.
"He went through boot camp and then attended specialized training at Aberdeen Proving Grounds to become a mechanic, working on anything with wheels, including cargo trucks, supply vehicles and Humvees.
"Although usually limited to serving one weekend a month and two weeks a year, Walton volunteered to serve three months on the southern border, assisting U.S. Border Patrol agents.
"In April 2007, he decided to go active-duty with the U.S. Army.
""I enjoyed being in the military so much, I decided to do it full time," he said.
"The same year, Walton's unit, the 3rd Squadron of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, left for Mosul, Iraq, and returned 15 months later.
"Stationed at Fort Hood with wife Krystle, Walton is preparing for another deployment overseas.
""I was just so proud of what he had done, and of course, very sad for all of the other families," Kathy Walton [a nurse at York Hospital] said of her son's efforts on Nov. 5." http://www.ydr.com/ci_13790070 (accessed Oct 2011). 
Walton, Ryan David (I9290)
 
41 "Anice Rowe," 17, married "Jefferson J Adkins," 25, on 9 Mar 1911 in Lawrence Cnty, OH. His parents were listed as "Jos Adkins" and "Elizabeth Wall;" her parents as "Wm Rowe" and "Ella Turner." https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2QCC-KDY (LDS Film 001574145). Rowe, Annis (I13073)
 
42 "Anna Maria [Stadelmaier Wendel] was a daughter of Albrecht Stadelmaier, a linenweaver of Neckargroningen." («i»THE SNUFFERS«/i», p.8)

The local parish record [ LDS Film # 1056785, p. 94 ] states: "23 Feb 1669 Married Albrecht Stadelmayer son of Hans Stadelmayer & Anna Maria Muller dau of Jorg Muller in Neckargroningen...." 
Stadelmaier, Albrecht (I248)
 
43 "Anthony was the son of Jacob Sowder and Anna (Prilliman / Bruhlmann) Sowder, his second wife. The Prillimans were a Franklin County family and, along with the Sowders and Snuffers, of German descent." (The Snuffers, p. 72, citing Ellen S. Rogers, The Prillaman Family (rev.ed.1980), p.5) Prilliman / Bruhlmann, Anna (I405)
 
44 "Anthony was the son of Jacob Sowder and Anna (Prilliman / Bruhlmann) Sowder, his second wife." (THE SNUFFERS, p. 72) Sowder, Jacob (I404)
 
45 "Bible Records," vol. 19 Western Maryland Genealogy, p. 42 (2003), quoting from Holy Bible Old and New Testaments with Apocrypha (M. Carey, Philadelphia: 1816)[Bible in the collection of the Montgomery County Historical Society]:
"William Chiswell, son of Jos and Eleanor; and Sarah Fletchall, daughter of Thos & Elizabeth was [sic] married November 21, 1809."

Sarah's tombstone in the Monocacy Cemetery also indicates that she was the wife of William Chiswell, and that she died in her 76th year. 
Fletchall, Sarah Newton (I1463)
 
46 "Bible Records," vol. 19 Western Maryland Genealogy, p. 42 (2003), quoting from Holy Bible Old and New Testaments with Apocrypha, (M. Carey, Philadelphia: 1816) .... [Bible in the collection of the Montgomery County Historical Society] :
"William Chiswell, son of Jos and Eleanor; and Sarah Fletchall, daughter of Thos & Elizabeth was [sic] married November 21, 1809." 
Chiswell, William Augustus (I1462)
 
47 "Bible Records," vol. 19 Western Maryland Genealogy, p. 43 (2003), quoting from Holy Bible Old and New Testaments with Apocrypha, M. Carey, Philadelphia, 1816....[Bible in the collection of the Montgomery County Historical Society.]:
"Joseph N. Chiswell, son of Wm & Sarah[,] and Eleanor White, daughter of Benjamin White of Nathan[,] was [sic] married the 24th Nov. 1840."

Wm. J. Grove, HISTORY OF CARROLLTON MANOR, p. 161 (1928), wrote:
"The first President of... [the Buckeystown Pike Company] was Captain Joseph N. Chiswell, a typical Southern plantation farmer, affable and congenial, whose hospitality was unbounded. He owned Ellerslie and several other fine farms.... As was the custom in those days, Captain Chiswell had a large family of children -- six boys and six girls. Nine lived to be married."

Earlier, at p. 71, Grove wrote that the Buckeystown Pike "road served its purpose for over forty years, and was largely instrumental in bringing the national highway over this route, which has been completed nearly the whole length through Carrollton Manor for a distance of twelve miles from Frederick."

"Joseph Newton Chiswell was a lifelong farmer. He removed from Montgomery County to Buckeystown, Frederick County before the 1850 census. The brick home he built on Carrollton Manor, called "Ellerslie," is today very much the same as it was when he owned it except the original log cabin wing has been removed. The farm still produces corn, wheat, hay, and oats plus cattle raising for its present owner." E. C. Allnutt, "A Chiswell Family History *** Six Generations," vol. 32, Maryland Genealogical Society Bull., p. 516 (1991). 
Chiswell, Joseph Newton (I880)
 
48 "Bible Records," vol. 19, Western Maryland Genealogy, p. 43 (2003), quoting from Holy Bible Old and New Testaments with Apocrypha, M. Carey, Philadelphia, 1816....[Bible in the collection of the Montgomery County Historical Society.]:
"Joseph N. Chiswell, son of Wm & Sarah[,] and Eleanor White, daughter of Benjamin White of Nathan[,] was [sic] married the 24th Nov. 1840." 
White, Eleanor (I881)
 
49 "Bill" Wheeler farmed a 360-acre farm outside Yorkville, IL for many years before retiring and moving to Aurora. He was active in local politics and often worked for state road crews in addition to his farming chores. His wife Elizabeth was a housewife and was active in local church affairs. Wheeler, Elnathan Henry "Bill" (I4133)
 
50 "Born 1 Jan 1790 in Montgomery County, Anthony was the son of Jacob Sowder and Anna (Prilliman / Bruhlmann) Sowder, his second wife. The Prillimans were a Franklin County family and, along with the Sowders and Snuffers, of German descent." («i»THE SNUFFERS«/i», p. 72) Sowder, Anthony (I128)
 
51 "By 1850, William Snuffer was in the mercantile business on Long Branch and Daniels Run, just inside the Frankline [County] line. Elliot and Nye's Virginia Directory of 1852 indicates that William was a partner of Peter Guerrant, a well-to-do Floyd landowner. Indeed, the Floyd census of 1850 reveals that the William Snuffer family was living in the Guerrant household. A justice of the peace, when William signed as a witness to the appraisal of his father's estate 19 March 1851, he affixed "esquire" after his name, as minor officials were wont to do in those days.
«tab»"The 1850 census taker listed ... William Snuffer, 30, a merchant, [who] had real estate worth $1,300. Julia, William's wife, was 25, and they had two daughters, Sarah, 4, and Susan, 1. All were born in Floyd...." («i»THE SNUFFERS«/i», p. 111) 
Snuffer, William (I311)
 
52 "Cath O'Brien" and Loughlin, or Laughlin, Lee were married 28 Apr 1850 in Brooklyn, NY. James R Reilly (compiler), St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Brooklyn, New York, Baptism and Marriage Records, Volumes I-II, stamped p. 251 (Salt Lake City, UT; Redmond Press: 1996), via "Brooklyn, New York Catholic Church Marriage Records, 1839-1900," online database, www.Ancestry.com (accessed Mar 2011).

After three children were born in New Jersey, they moved to Iowa prior to the birth of daughter Mary E.

The 1860 census records Laughlin Lee, 32, a farmer, and Catharin Lee, 30, together with 3 children born in New Jersey: John H, 8; James L, 6; and Margaret A, 4; and Iowa-born Mary E, 1. Also in the home was a hired man. 1860 U.S. Census, Paint Creek Twsp, Allamakee Cnty, IA (M653, Roll 310, p. 284).
 
O'Brien, Cathrin (I9012)
 
53 "Catherine Snuffer ... married in 1843 Philip Bower, born 28 March 1820. The Floyd [County, VA] land tax book of 1850 shows that Philip Bower owned 116 1/2 acres of land six miles north of the courthouse on the east fork of Little River in Little River District. *** Philip Bower died 11 Nov. 1909 ... [and is] buried in the Pine Creek cemetery." (THE SNUFFERS, pp. 109-110) Bower, Philip (I420)
 
54 "Catherine Snuffer, second daughter of John and Hannah Snuffer, was born 8 March 1821. She married in 1843 Philip Bower, born 28 March 1820. [They are known to have at least four children.] *** Philip Bower died 11 Nov. 1909. Catherine died 23 Feb. 1908 [sic]. Both are buried in the Pine Creek cemetery." (THE SNUFFERS, pp. 109-110) Snuffer, Catherine ("Caty") (I312)
 
55 "Catherine, called Caty, [was] born about 1784. She was illiterate." («i»THE SNUFFERS«/i», p. 62, citing 1850 Floyd Cty, VA, Census, p. 395; and Floyd Cnty, VA Death Register, 1853- , p. 27.)

The 1790 U.S. Census for Pennsylvania lists her father "Snauffer, Jacob", living in Berks County, Robeson Township. The census lists 1 "free white male" over 16 [Jacob], 1 under 16 [son John], and 3 "free white females" [wife Catharin and daughters Polly and Caty]. «i»1790 U.S. Census, «/i»Robeson twsp, Berks Cnty, PA (M 637, Roll 8, stamped p. 116). Also see «i»HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790, PENNSYLVANIA«/i», p. 41 (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, MD, 1966).

"Caty Snuffer became the wife of Anthony Sowder two years [after her father's death]. Surety and witness of their marriage bond, issued 17 April 1816, was John Snuffer, her brother. Caty, 32 and already an old maid when she married Anthony, was about six years his senior. *** At some uncertain time after their marriage, Anthony and Caty Sowder appear to have moved in with her widowed mother, Catharin Snuffer. *** Anthony and Caty Sowder were the parents of four children." (THE SNUFFERS, p. 72)

"Caty survived [her husband] by over four years, dying 16 July 1858. Their son William, reporting her passing to the county clerk, said she ... died of causes unkown at the age of 75." (Ibid, p.75) 
Snauffer / Snuffer, Catherine ("Caty") (I307)
 
56 "Daniel Arter," his wife, and a young boy, appear to be listed in the 1800 Maryland census. The househould is shown to consist of 1 male, aged 16-26; a female aged 16-26; and a boy under 10 years old. «i»1800 U.S.Census«/i», Westminster Dist. #6, Franklin Cnty, MD (M 32, Roll 10, stamped p. 194); abstracted in vol. 18, «i»Maryland Genealogical Soc'y Bull«/i»., p. 134 (1977).

The 1810 census lists "D Arter" and his family of 3 -- males (<10) 1, (26-44) 1; females (16-25) 1. Also listed were 3 slaves. «i»1810 U.S. Census, «/i»Frederick Cnty, MD (M 252, Roll 15, stamped p. 308).

Daniel is mentioned in his father's will probated in 1813. Frederick County Will Book, RB 1:359-361. 
Arter / Arthur, Daniel Jr. (I1065)
 
57 "Daniel Arter," his wife, and a young boy, appear to be listed in the 1800 Maryland census. The househould is shown to consist of 1 male, aged 16-26; a female aged 16-26; and a boy under 10 years old. «i»1800 U.S.Census«/i», Westminster Dist. #6, Franklin Cnty, MD (M 32, Roll 10, stamped p. 194); abstracted in vol. 18, «i»Maryland Genealogical Soc'y Bull«/i»., p. 134 (1977). Arter, Son (I8771)
 
58 "Dawne E. Slabach, D.D.S. ... is a 1988 graduate of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. She is a member of the International Association of Orthodontics and the American Association of Functional Orthodontists, as well as the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain. When not making new smiles, she enjoys running, biking, computers and playing with her 3 kids." www.moderndentist.com (accessed Dec 2002). Slabach, Dawne Elizabeth DDS (I1362)
 
59 "Diann Lynn Hutcheson was born 5 June 1961 and she lives (or lived) ... in Mims, Brevard County, Florida, U.S.A. Her voter ID number is 100830660.... She registered to vote 10 October 2002 and she is registered in the Florida Democratic Party...." See: http://flvoters.com/by_number/1008/30660_diann_lynn_hutcheson.html Nicholls, Diann Lynn (I13332)
 
60 "Douglas E. Snouffer, D.D.S. ... is a 1988 graduate of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. He is also a member of the International Association for Orthodontics. When not caring for people and their teeth, he enjoys biking, golf, woodworking and playing with [his] 3 kids." www. moderdentist.com (accessed Dec 2002). Snouffer, Douglas Erwin DDS (I1347)
 
61 "E. Jarome Myers" is buried in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Carroll Cnty, MD, in sec. B, row 16, lot 6a, next to his wife. «i»See «/i»vol. 5, part 1, «i»CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES,«/i» p. 133 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y; 1999). Myers, Emanuel Jarome (I5417)
 
62 "E. Maude" Byers is buried in Krider's Lutheran Church Cemetery in sec. B, row 2, grave 41. «i»See «/i»vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 87 (Carroll Cnty Genealogical Soc'y, 1996) Byers, Effie Maude (I6115)
 
63 "E. Rosalia Turfle" is buried in Krider's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. A, row 6, lot 22, next to her parents; the tombstone also indicates that she was the wife of "Arthur L." «i»See «/i»vol. 5, part 1, «i»CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES«/i», p. 71 (Carroll Cnty Genealogical Soc'y, 1999) Wagoner, Emma Rosella (I5473)
 
64 "Elizabeth Snouffer, [was] born 24 May 1788 and dead by 1809 when her father's will was made." (THE SNUFFERS, p. 81)

Charles Zahn's "Church Record of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of St. Benjamin's, or Krider's Church at Pipe Creek, near Westminster, Md." (see, LDS Film No. 0013200) reports that "Elisabeth Shnaufer" was born to "John & w. Christina" on 24 May 1788, and that she was baptized 29 June 1788. Her "sponsors" were "Michl. Mayerle & w. Elis." However, in vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 41 (1993), which Zahn helped to edit, Elizabeth's and her parents' last name is spelled as "Schraufer."

She probably is buried in Krider's Cemetery, but no records are known to establish that fact.
 
Schnauffer / Snouffer, Elizabeth (I44)
 
65 "Emmett W. Walls," b. 1918, d. 1980, served in the U.S. Navy during WW II and was buried in Grove City Cem, Grove City, Franklin Cnty, OH. www.Findagrave.com, 103055053.  Walls, Emmett W. (I13024)
 
66 "Ethel Kate (Snuffer) Sirrine of Roseburg, Ore., a daughter of James Henry [Snuffer] and Julia Ann, recalled their early years in the eastern Oregon wilderness: ' When we arrived there was only a tiny one-room house and a little spring by a clump of willows, and rattlesnakes all over the place. When father was away for the night, mother, Don and I would put the table over the window and small logs bracing the door for fear the Indians would come. I was in high school when I first saw an Indian. We would pick the wild huckleberries and they were the only fruit except that in cans from the stores. On the 160-acre homestead my parents made a wonderful home -- big fields, two orchards, good stock. I loved horses and this was my special joy. My dad liked good stock and was always kind to them.'" THE SNUFFERS, p. 186.

The 1900 census lists her parents James Snuffer, 32, and Julia, 32, and 2 West Virginia born children: Don, b. Feb 1895 and Ethel, 2, b. Apr 1898. 1900 U.S. Census, Trap Hill Dist, Raleigh Cnty, WV (T 623, Roll 1771, stamped p. 308B).

The 1910 census shows that the family had moved to Oregon. It lists her father James H., 42, and mother Julia A., 42, and the following children: Don, 15; Ethel K., 12; "Luvicia," 9; Harry S., 6; and Ernest D., 3. All were born in WV, except for sons Harry and Ernest, who were born in OR. 1910 U.S. Census, Promise Prct, Wallowa Cnty, OR (T 624, Roll 1284, stamped p. 220).

By 1920 the family had grown. The census records her parents and these children: Don, 24; Ethel K, 21; "Luvica," 19; Harry S, 16; Ernest D, 13; and Clarence H, 7. 1920 U.S. Census, Promise Prct, Wallowa Cnty, OR (T 625, Roll 1505, stamped p. 281B).

In 1930 the census shows that the daughters had left the Snuffer home, but that Ethel's children were living with her parents. It shows James H, 60, and Julia A, 61, living with their sons: Don, 36; Harry S, 26; Ernest, 23; and Clarence, 17. Also living in the home were 2 grandchildren, Jack Bethel, 6, and Virginia A, 4, both born in Oregon. 1930 U.S. Census, Promise Prct, Wallowa Cnty, OR (T 626, Roll 1956, stamped p. 295).

Ethel, meanwhile, was living in Baker City with her husband and her sister Luvica. The 1930 census indicates that Jack R Bethel, 40, born in Idaho, was living with his wife Ethel, 32, in Baker City, OR. Also living with them was Ethel's sister "Luvica Wickham," 29. Both John and Ethel were employed as cooks for "Logging and Construction Camps." Luvica was not employed. 1930 U.S. Census, Baker City, Baker Cnty, OR (T 626, Roll 1939, stamped p. 40).

Ethel and Jack divorced prior to 1940. The 1940 census lists her at age 39, the divorced head of her family, living in LaGrande. Living with her were 2 children, Jack, 16, and Virginia, 14. Seth C. Sirrine, 60, was living with them as a "lodger." Ethel was employed as a "saleslady" in retail dry goods, while Seth was a barber in his barber shop. The census mentions that in 1935 Ethel lived in Moscow, Idaho; her children lived in Wallowa, OR, and Seth lived in the "same place." 1940 U.S. Census, Prct 11, LaGrande, Union Cnty, OR; ED31-28 (T 627, Roll 3381, stamped p. 161).

The Oregon Death Index provides that Ethel Kate Sirrine was born 15 Apr 1898 and died 17 Jun 1989 in Douglas Cnty, OR. The Social Security Death Index states that Ethel K. Sirrine (SSN 543-10-5436; issed by Oregon) was born 15 Apr 1898 and died 17 Jun 1989 while residing in Roseburg, Douglas Cnty, OR. 
Snuffer, Ethel Kate (I9907)
 
67 "Evaline Snuffer, 1808-31 March 1886, married Randolph Clark, M.D., 1806-12 April 1877, on 13 July 1827 in Wythe County. He was a son of Fugate and Elizabeth Clark. Evaline and Randolph Clark are buried in the Nunn Cemetery at Allisonia, Va. Children: Josiah, Evaline, Virginia, Oliver, Margaret." Jim Wood, THE SNUFFERS, p. 56. (Subsequent to the 1989 publication of THE SNUFFERS, a river has been dammed, separating the Nunn Cemetery from the town of Allisonia; the closest town now is Draper, VA.)

The 1850 census records "Eveline," 42, living with her husband Randolph Clark, 45, a farmer, and the following children: Alonzo, 22, a laborer; Eliza, 19; Lucinda M, 17; Josiah H, 15, a laborer; Elizabeth, 12; Elvira J, 7; Virginia, 4; and Mariah C, 1. 1850 U.S. Census, Dist. 48, Pulaski Cnty, VA (M 432, Roll 971, stamped p. 234B).

The 1860 census lists "Emeline," 52, living with Randolph Clark, 54, a farmer, one son, Josiah, 25, a "laborer"; and 4 daughters: "Elvira," 16; Virginia, 14; "Olivia" [Orlena], 12; and Margaret, 8. 1860 U.S. Census, Newbern P.O., Pulaski Cnty, VA (M 653, Roll 1373, p. 755).

In 1870 the census shows Randolph "Clarke," 65, a farmer, living with his wife "Eveline," 63, a daughter, "Orlena L," 21, and a son, Benjamin F, 11. All were born in Virginia. 1870 U.S. Census, Newbern Twsp, Pulaski Cnty VA (M 593, Roll 1674, stamped p. 75).
 
Snuffer, Evaline (I6374)
 
68 "Evaline Snuffer, 1808-31 March 1886, married Randolph Clark, M.D., 1806-12 April 1877, on 13 July 1827 in Wythe County. He was a son of Fugate and Elizabeth Clark. Evaline and Randolph Clark are buried in the Nunn Cemetery at Allisonia, Va. Children: Josiah, Evaline, Virginia, Oliver, Margaret." Jim Wood, THE SNUFFERS, p. 56. (Subsequent to the 1989 publication of THE SNUFFERS, a river has been dammed, separating the Nunn Cemetery from the town of Allisonia; the closest town now is Draper, VA.)

The 1850 census records Randolph Clark, 45, a farmer, living with his wife "Eveline," 42, and the following children: Alonzo, 22, a laborer; Eliza, 19; Lucinda M, 17; Josiah H, 15, a laborer; Elizabeth, 12; Elvira J, 7; Virginia, 4; and Mariah C, 1. 1850 U.S. Census, Dist. 48, Pulaski Cnty, VA (M 432, Roll 971, stamped p. 234B).

The 1860 census lists Randolph Clark, 54, a farmer, living with his wife "Emeline," 52; one son, Josiah, 25, a "laborer"; and 4 daughters: "Elvira," 16; Virginia, 14; "Olivia" [Orlena], 12; and Margaret, 8. 1860 U.S. Census, Newbern P.O., Pulaski Cnty, VA (M 653, Roll 1373, p. 755).

In 1870 the census shows Randolph "Clarke," 65, a farmer, living with his wife "Eveline," 63, a daughter, "Orlena L," 21, and a son, Benjamin F, 11. 1870 U.S. Census, Newbern Twsp, Pulaski Cnty VA (M 593, Roll 1674, stamped p. 75).
 
Clark, Randolph Fugate M.D. (I6375)
 
69 "Fay E." is buried in St. Mary's Lutheran/Reformed Cemetery, Silver Run, Carroll Cnty, MD, in Sec. H, row 3, grave 5o. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 27 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y; 1999), which states that a footstone indicates that "Fay E" was a "son of Robert M. & Alice P." Matthias, Fay E. (I5947)
 
70 "Guestbook" message for Luke Knopp at «u»www.caringbridge.org«/u» :

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2008 10:42 AM, CST
Hello Toby, Kristine and Luke!
I just wanted to let you know we are praying for all of you and wishing for you to have a healthy and happy New Year! 2008 was a big year for you and set you all on an amazing journey of faith and love! God is so good!
Thank you so much for the card with the picture of Luke! What a beautiful little boy! I do see a Campbell family look about him.
Much love from Jim and Kris and family
Kris May


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2008 09:41 AM, CST
Yea!!! Toby, Kristine and Luke!!!! God is so Good!!!
Thank you for the wonderful start to my day. This is super news.May you feel God with you now as you make this next big step in growing together as a family. Know how much you are all loved and prayed for!
Can't wait to meet Luke!--love Kris and Jim and family
Kris May

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 08, 2008 10:06 AM, CST
Toby Kristine and Luke "the Amazing"! Praise God for a successful surgery! Luke is an amazing fighter with such a powerful will to grow and thrive! It is so hard to beleive he is over 8 lbs! Keep your heads up in praise whenever possible and bowed in prayer when ever needed!
Our prayers continue for all of you! I really look forward to the day we have a chance to meet our new little cousin!
Lots of Love!! from the Iowa Cousins--Jim, Kris and family
Kris May 
Campbell, Kristine Renee (I4187)
 

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