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8226 Wedding announcement, South Kansas [Independence, KS] Tribune, p. 8 (1 Oct 1919):
"Wedding Bells.
"Announcements were received here yesterday of the marriage of John B. Slocum and Miss Nellie Kniffen, both of this city, which occurred Monday in Denver, Colo. The latter and her mother, Mrs. Flavilla Kniffen have been spending the summer in Colorado and Mr. Slocum motored there two weeks ago in his car.
"Elk City Sun [no date]." 
Kniffen, Nellie E. (I8935)
 
8227 Wedding Announcement, The Chicago [IL] Tribune (20 Jul 2006):

"Jennifer Watgen and David Otte were married July 7 in Aurora, [IL]. Jennifer is the daughter of Wayne and Mary Watgen of Montgomery. David is the son of Richard and Tina Otte of Oswego.
"The bride received a bachelor's degree in psychology and criminal justice from Aurora University and is pursuing a master's degree in forensic psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is a bartender at Applebee's.
"The groom attended Northern Illinois University. He is a manager at Applebee's.
"The couple reside in the Fox Valley area." 
Watgen, Jennifer (I7432)
 
8228 Wedding Announcement, The Chicago [IL] Tribune (20 Jul 2006):

"Jennifer Watgen and David Otte were married July 7 in Aurora, [IL]. Jennifer is the daughter of Wayne and Mary Watgen of Montgomery. David is the son of Richard and Tina Otte of Oswego.
"The bride received a bachelor's degree in psychology and criminal justice from Aurora University and is pursuing a master's degree in forensic psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is a bartender at Applebee's.
"The groom attended Northern Illinois University. He is a manager at Applebee's.
"The couple reside in the Fox Valley area." 
Otte, David (I13080)
 
8229 Wedding announcement, The Frederick [MD] Post, p. C-9 (2 Oct 1991):
"Joy Renee Vincent and Todd Wesley Snouffer were united in marriage ... [no date stated]....
" *** Serving the groom as best man was Tim Snouffer, brother of the groom. The usher was Ray Snouffer, brother of the groom. *** "

Wedding announcement, The Frederick [MD] Post, p. D-4 (13 Nov 1991), reported:
"Lenhart-Snouffer
"On May 25, Doris May Lenhart and Timothy Allen Snouffer were united in marriage at the Walkersville United Methodist Church, Walkersville....
"Given in marriage by her father, the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Lenhart Sr. of Keymar. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Snouffer of Gaithersburg.
"*** Ushers were Ray Snouffer of Gaithersburg; Harold Lenhart Jr. of Frederick; and Todd Snouffer of Mount Airy. ***
"The new Mrs. Snouffer is a graduate of Walkersville High School and is employed by Fredericktown Bank & Trust Company of Frederick.
"Mr. Snouffer is a graduate of Gaithersburg High School and is employed by the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission of Gaithersburg.
"Following a honeymoon trip to Gettysburg, Pa., the couple [will] in Sharpsburg."

Funeral Notice, The Post [Frederick, MD], p. A-5 (30 May 1985):
"Funeral services for [grandmother] Mrs. Nellie I. Snouffer, of Gaithersburg, who died Sunday, May 26, were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 29....
"Active bearers were grandsons, Charles ..., George ..., Eric ..., Ray ..., Todd ..., and Tim Snouffer. Honorary bearers were grandsons Warner ..., Stewart ..., Jerry ..., and Scott Snouffer. *** " 
Snouffer, Timothy (I1195)
 
8230 Wedding announcement, The Frederick [MD] Post, p. D-4 (13 Nov 1991):
"Lenhart-Snouffer
"On May 25, Doris May Lenhart and Timothy Allen Snouffer were united in marriage at the Walkersville United Methodist Church, Walkersville....
"Given in marriage by her father, the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. [& Dorothy] Lenhart Sr. of Keymar. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Snouffer of Gaithersburg.
"*** Ushers were Ray Snouffer of Gaithersburg; Harold Lenhart Jr. of Frederick; and Todd Snouffer of Mount Airy. ***
"The new Mrs. Snouffer is a graduate of Walkersville High School and is employed by Fredericktown Bank & Trust Company of Frederick.
"Mr. Snouffer is a graduate of Gaithersburg High School and is employed by the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission of Gaithersburg.
"Following a honeymoon trip to Gettysburg, Pa., the couple will live in Sharpsburg."

According to The Frederick [MD] Post, p. B-10 (19 Jan 2002):
"Fredericktown Bank recently honored employees with 15 years of service ... [including] Doris Snouffer, teller at the 40 West Office...." 
Lenhart, Doris (I1199)
 
8231 Wedding announcement, The Gettysburg [PA] Times, p. 4 (10 Apr 1968):
"Miss Betty Lou Sell, daughter of Mrs. John N. Sell and the late Mr. Sell, Littlestown, and Henry Crane Jones, Harrisburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evan R. Jones, Pottsville, were united in marriage on April 20 at 12 noon in Christ United Church of Christ, Littlestown....
"*** The bride, given in marriage by her brother, wore a champagne silk ensemble....
"Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Cole, Biglerville, were the attendants. Mrs. Cole, a sister of the bride, wore a yellow silk jacket dress....
"[A reception was held in Hanover and honeymoon was booked for Jamaica-Montego Bay.]
"The bride is a graduate of Littlestown High School and Central Pennsylvania Business College, Harrisburg. She is a medical secretary at the speech and hearing center, Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg. The groom is a graduate of Wyoming Seminary Prep School, Kingston, Pa., and Dickinson College, Carlisle. He is [a] manufacturing representative for Akom Knitwear, Harrisburg." 
Jones, Henry Crane (I9314)
 
8232 Wedding announcement, The Gettysburg [PA] Times, p. 4 (27 Sep 1951):
"Littlestown Couple Wed in Maryland: Miss Anna Marie Monn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saumel C. Monn, Littlestown, and Emory Wilson Sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory D. Sell, near Littlestown, were married Saturday afternoon, September 19, in the Reformed parsonage at Silver Run, Maryland, by the Rev. Felix B. Peck.
"*** The couple will make their home in Hanover [PA]." (Accessed via www.Ancestry.com: Jun 2011.)

Obituary, The Gettysburg [PA] Times, p. 2 (18 Aug 1955):
"Samuel C. Monn, 72, husband of Mrs. Lucy A. Trostle Monn, died ... Wednesday night [17 Aug] at his home, Abbottstown, R.D.
"*** Surviving besides his wife are: Three children, Clyde L. Monn, Flora, Ind; Gilson L. Monn, Gardners R[oute] 2, and Mrs. Emory Sell, Jr., East Berlin, R[oute] 2...." (Accessed via www.Ancestry.com: Jun 2011).
 
Monn, Samuel C. (I9167)
 
8233 Wedding announcement, The News Journal [Mansfield, OH], p. 20B (21 Aug 1977):
"Therese Marie Mascazine and Douglas Alan Litt were married Aug. 20 at noon in St. Peter's Catholic Church....
"The bridgegroom is the son of Mrs. Viola Snouffer, 604 Park Avenue East, and Caryl Litt... ***
"Edith Snouffer, the bridgegroom's half-sister, was flower girl.

Obituary, Amarillo Globe News (14 Oct 1997) reads:
"Clovis, N.M. - Viola "Vi" Snouffer, 67, died Saturday, Oct. 11, 1997. ***
"Mrs. Snouffer was preceded in death by a daughter, Edith Snouffer Mayfield, in 1994. *** (www.amarillonet.com/stories/101497/obi_101497.html
Snouffer, Edith Mae (I2861)
 
8234 Wedding announcement, The Tuscaloosa [AL] News (10 Jul 1977):
"Janet Louise Schnell and Alan Carl Ehrke were united in marriage June 25 at a 4:30 p.m. ceremony at the First United Methodist Church in Demopolis....
"Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis Schnell of Gallion and Mrs. and Mrs. Frederick Lawrence Ehrke of Deerfield, Wis.
"The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown of peau de soie featuring re-embroidered alencon lace and seed pearls on the empire bodice accented by a wedding band neckline and sheer inset....
"Her chapel-length mantilla veil of silk organza and re-embroidered lace was held to a Juliet cap of lace and seed pearls. She carried a nosegay of sonia roses, white roses, stephanotis and baby's breach backed with ivy leaves.
"Mrs. Richard Thomas Ball of Birmingham attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids and matrons were Mrs. Terrence Frederick Cook of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Christine Eloise Ehrke of Urbana, Ill., Tracy Annette Ehrke of Memphis Tenn., Mrs. Richard Stuart Capell of Eglin A.F.B., Fla., and Judy Quinn of Birmingham.***
"A reception was held at the Demopolis Civic Center. After a wedding trip to Hilton Head Island, S.C., the couple will live in Birmingham." http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1817&dat=19770710&id=_4E0AAAAIBAJ&sjid=154EAAAAIBAJ&pg=3025,1696312 
Schnell, Janet (I9460)
 
8235 Wedding Announcement, The [Baltimore, MD] Sun, p. 2 (18 Apr 1895):
"Hoppe - Bankard
"(Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.)
"Westminster, Md., April 17. -- Miss Emma Louise Bankard, daughter of the late David J. Bankard, was married to Mr. Elmer Howell Hoppe, son the late Josephus Hoppe. The ceremony was performed at the residence of Mrs. Caroline Bankard, grandmother of the bride, who resides near Cranberry Station, by the Rev. H. J. MacAlester, of the German Reformed Church. The bridesmaid, Miss Edna R. Bankard, wore a blue gown, with gloves to match. The best man was William A. Wilson, of Westmnster. The bride was attired in a garnet-colored gown, with hat and gloves to match." 
Bankard, Emma Louise (I14402)
 
8236 Wedding announcement, The [Frederick, MD] Daily News, p. 5 (7 Dec 1912):
"One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. in Waverly, the home of the bride, when Mr. Preston C. Phillips, of Washington, D.C. and Miss Hannah A. Snouffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Snouffer, of Adamstown, were married....
"Miss Frances Mainhart, of Poolesville, acted as maid of honor, the groom being attended by Mr. Paul Snouffer, brother of the bride. The wedding followed the reception, which took place at 3.30.
"The bride entered the parlor with her maid of honor to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march....
"The house was beautifully decorated with evergreens.
"After an extended trip, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will reside in Washington, where the groom is engaged in business."

In 1920 the census lists Preston, 44, born in North Carolina, living with his wife Hannah, 33, born in Maryland and 6-yr old daugher "Meta P.," born in Washington, D.C. Preston was employed as a "Merchant, Furniture" on his "own account." 1920 U.S. Census, Washington, D.C. (T 625, Roll 213, stamped p. 230).

The 1930 census shows Preston, 52, born in North Carolina, living in Washington, D.C. with his wife Hannah, 42, born in Maryland, and Washington, D.C.-born daughters Meta, 16, and "Elsie," 7. Preston was a furniture store merchant. 1930 U.S. Census, Prct 10, Washington, D.C. (T 626, Roll 301, stamped p. 115B).
 
Phillips, Preston Clayton (I785)
 
8237 Wedding Announcement, The [Hanover, PA] Evening Sun, p. M-4 (12 Sep 1967):
"Gassman-Wright
"Miss Connie High Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Wright, Westminster R.D. 4, became the bride of Loyal Earl Gassman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gassman ... Westminster, in the Meadow Branch Church of the Bretheren, Saturday, September 2 at 2:30 p.m....." 
Wright, Connie High (I14913)
 
8238 Wedding Announcement, The [Hanover, PA] Evening Sun, p. M-4 (12 Sep 1967):
"Gassman-Wright
"Miss Connie High Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Wright, Westminster R.D. 4, became the bride of Loyal Earl Gassman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gassman ... Westminster, in the Meadow Branch Church of the Bretheren, Saturday, September 2 at 2:30 p.m....." 
Gassman, Loyal Earl (I14909)
 
8239 Wedding announcement; Greensboro [NC] Daily News & Record, p. F-6 (10 Oct 1982):
"Gerringer-Snouffer
"Donna Finney Gerringer and Richard Lee Snouffer of Forest Road were married Sept. 16.
"The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dabbs of Williams Street, is employed by the Greensboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
"The bridegroom, son of Evelyn Booth of Bond Street, is employed by Cardwell Paint Co...."
 
Finney, Donna Gail (I13629)
 
8240 Wedding announcement; Greensboro [NC] Daily News & Record, p. F-6 (10 Oct 1982):
"Gerringer-Snouffer
"Donna Finney Gerringer and Richard Lee Snouffer of Forest Road were married Sept. 16.
"The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dabbs of Williams Street, is employed by the Greensboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
"The bridegroom, son of Evelyn Booth of Bond Street, is employed by Cardwell Paint Co...." 
Snouffer, Richard Lee (I13627)
 
8241 Wedding info from the Daily Banner newspaper: http://dcgm.tripod.com/dbst.html :
"SHENTON, Henry Alton weds Fay Elizabeth SNOUFFER - 12 Jul 1951"

An index prepared by the Dorchester County, MD, Genealogical Magazine; available from: Dorchester County Historical Society, 1003 Greenway Dr., Cambridge, Maryland 21613. 
Snouffer, Faye Elizabeth (I908)
 
8242 Wedding info from the Daily Banner newspaper: http://dcgm.tripod.com/dbst.html :
"SHENTON, Henry Alton weds Fay Elizabeth SNOUFFER - 12 Jul 1951"

An index prepared by the Dorchester County, MD, Genealogical Magazine; available from: Dorchester County Historical Society, 1003 Greenway Dr., Cambridge, Maryland 21613. 
Shenton, Henry Alton (I909)
 
8243 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 132, state:
"Robert McMicken, son of Frank and Elizabeth Burnet McMicken, husband of Olive Ferguson McMicken, born Mar. 2, 1900, died Mar. 15, 1964 (age 64-0-13)
"Olive Ferguson McMicken (Born Olive May Schlee and upon the request of her father was given over to the custody and care of Wallace and Maggie Ferguson who were childless to be raised until majority age was reached), born Feb. 2, 1900, died Sept. 9 [sic], 1999 (age 99-7-7)"

Also see: http://www.interment.net/data/us/il/will/wheat_presby/index.htm 
McMicken, Robert Wylie (I10074)
 
8244 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 132, state:
"Robert McMicken, son of Frank and Elizabeth Burnet McMicken, husband of Olive Ferguson McMicken, born Mar. 2, 1900, died Mar. 15, 1964 (age 64-0-13)
"Olive Ferguson McMicken (Born Olive May Schlee and upon the request of her father was given over to the custody and care of Wallace and Maggie Ferguson who were childless to be raised until majority age was reached), born Feb. 2, 1900, died Sept. 9 [sic], 1999 (age 99-7-7)"

Also see: http://www.interment.net/data/us/il/will/wheat_presby/index.htm 
Schlee [Ferguson], Olive Mae (I10073)
 
8245 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 141, state:
"James Kenneth Campbell ... born 1894, died May 10, 1958 at Copley Hospital [Aurora, IL] (age 63)
"Stella Hettrick [sic] Campbell, wife of Kenneth Campbell, born 1892, died May 2, 1978
"Dean Campbell, died 1990
"Lynn Campbell, daughter of D. K. Campbell, granddaughter of Kenneth Campbell, born Oct. 29, 1953, died May 13, 1956 (age 2)...." 
Campbell, Lynn (I10093)
 
8246 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 141, state:
"James Kenneth Campbell, son of James and Grace Burnet Campbell (Lot 19) born 1894, died May 10, 1958 at Copley Hospital [Aurora, IL] (age63)
"Stella Hettrick [sic] Campbell, wife of Kenneth Campbell, born 1892, died May 2, 1978
"Dean Campbell, died 1990
"Lynn Campbell, daughter of D. K. Campbell, granddaughter of Kenneth Campbell, born Oct. 29, 1953, died May 13, 1956 (age 2)
"Luella Hettrick, mother-in-law of J. Kenneth Campbell, born 1867, died May 15, 1950 (age 83)" 
Hettrich, Stella F. (I6451)
 
8247 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 141, state:
"James Kenneth Campbell, son of James and Grace Burnet Campbell (Lot 19) born 1894, died May 10, 1958 at Copley Hospital [Aurora, IL] (age63)
"Stella Hettrick [sic] Campbell, wife of Kenneth Campbell, born 1892, died May 2, 1978
"Dean Campbell, died 1990
"Lynn Campbell, daughter of D. K. Campbell, granddaughter of Kenneth Campbell, born Oct. 29, 1953, died May 13, 1956 (age 2)
"Luella Hettrick, mother-in-law of J. Kenneth Campbell, born 1867, died May 15, 1950 (age 83)" 
Campbell, James Kenneth (I5038)
 
8248 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 143, state:
"Allan (Scotty) Campbell, son of James Campbell (Lot 19), born 1903, died Apr. 2, 1975
"Helene Campbell, wife of Allan Campbell, daughter of C. Cherry, died June 27, 1987" 
Campbell, Allan Calderwood ("Scotty") (I5041)
 
8249 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 143, state:
"Allan (Scotty) Campbell, son of James Campbell (Lot 19), born 1903, died Apr. 2, 1975
"Helene Campbell, wife of Allan Campbell, daughter of C. Cherry, died June 27, 1987" 
Cherry, Helene Margaret (I6456)
 
8250 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 177, name "'Pete' Frances [sic] Robert Campbell, died Feb. 21, 1997" as buried in the same lot as his nephew James Wilbur and family.  Campbell, Francis R. ("Pete") (I5042)
 
8251 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 177, state:
"James Wilbur "Soup" Campbell, son of Kenneth and Stella Campbell (Lot 141), brother of Dean Campbell (Lot 141), , husband of Gladys, born May 23, 1919, died Aug. 16, 2001, Veteran ˜ US Army Co. F, 60th Inf Reg't as a Tech 5
"Gladys Gourley Campbell, wife of Wilbur, born June 19, 1919, died May 14, 1987 [sic]
"A. Ross Campbell, son of James and Gladys, died Jan. 9, 1996 (age 69), Veteran ˜ US Army
" 'Pete' Frances Robert Campbell, died Feb. 21, 1997
"(Virginia)" 
Campbell, James Wilbur (I6452)
 
8252 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 177, state:
"James Wilbur "Soup" Campbell, son of Kenneth and Stella Campbell (Lot 141), brother of Dean Campbell (Lot 141), , husband of Gladys, born May 23, 1919, died Aug. 16, 2001, Veteran ˜ US Army Co. F, 60th Inf Reg't as a Tech 5
"Gladys Gourley Campbell, wife of Wilbur, born June 19, 1919, died May 14, 1987 [sic]
"A. Ross Campbell, son of James and Gladys, died Jan. 9, 1996 (age 69), Veteran ˜ US Army
" 'Pete' Frances Robert Campbell, died Feb. 21, 1997
"(Virginia)" 
Gourley, Gladys Rebecca (I9001)
 
8253 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Lot 177, state:
"James Wilbur "Soup" Campbell, son of Kenneth and Stella Campbell (Lot 141), brother of Dean Campbell (Lot 141), husband of Gladys, born May 23, 1919, died Aug. 16, 2001, Veteran - US Army Co. F, 60th Inf Reg't as a Tech 5
"Gladys Gourley Campbell, wife of Wilbur, born June 19, 1919, died May 14, 1987 [sic]
"A. Ross Campbell, son of James and Gladys, died Jan. 9, 1996 (age 69), Veteran - US Army
" 'Pete' Frances Robert Campbell, died Feb. 21, 1997
"(Virginia)" 
Campbell, Alfred Ross (I9002)
 
8254 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Maggie's adopted daughter Olive and son-in-law Robert, who are buried in Lot 132, state:
"Robert McMicken, son of Frank and Elizabeth Burnet McMicken, husband of Olive Ferguson McMicken, born Mar. 2, 1900, died Mar. 15, 1964 (age 64-0-13)
"Olive Ferguson McMicken (Born Olive May Schlee and upon the request of her father was given over to the custody and care of Wallace and Maggie Ferguson who were childless to be raised until majority age was reached), born Feb. 2, 1900, died Sept. 9, 1999 (age 99-7-7)"

According to the same Wheatland Cemetery records, Margaret was b. 2 Oct 1872, d. 7 Apr 1966; and she and her husband Wallace are buried in Lot 16; south 1/2.  
Campbell, Margaret L. (I5027)
 
8255 Wheatland Presbyterian Ch. Cemetery notes, pertaining to Wallace's adopted daughter Olive and son-in-law Robert, who are buried in Lot 132, state:
"Robert McMicken, son of Frank and Elizabeth Burnet McMicken, husband of Olive Ferguson McMicken, born Mar. 2, 1900, died Mar. 15, 1964 (age 64-0-13)
"Olive Ferguson McMicken (Born Olive May Schlee and upon the request of her father was given over to the custody and care of Wallace and Maggie Ferguson who were childless to be raised until majority age was reached), born Feb. 2, 1900, died Sept. 9, 1999 (age 99-7-7)"

According to the same Wheatland Cemetery records, Wallace is buried with his wife Margaret in Lot 16, south 1/2; he died 16 Feb 1949 at age 81-4-22, which calculates to 25 Sep 1867. 
Ferguson, Wallace A. (I10072)
 
8256 When her mother died in Dec 2009, the obituary stated, among other things:
"Surviving ... are daughters and son-in-law, Gwynne E. and Jim Myers, of Union Bridge, and Carole M. Jones, of Camp Hill, Pa.; son and daughter-in-law James R. and Kathy Myers, of Crofton;...." See: i>The Advocate of Westminster and Finksburg [MD] (21 Dec 2009). 
Myers, Gwynne E. (I11958)
 
8257 When her mother died in Dec 2009, the obituary stated, among other things:
"Surviving ... are daughters and son-in-law, Gwynne E. and Jim Myers, of Union Bridge, and Carole M. Jones, of Camp Hill, Pa.; son and daughter-in-law James R. and Kathy Myers, of Crofton;...." See: i>The Advocate of Westminster and Finksburg [MD] (21 Dec 2009). 
Myers, Carole M. (I11959)
 
8258 When her son John died in 1939, The Worthington [OH] News(14 Dec 1939), reported that he was the son of "Capt. John Snouffer and Julia Rogers Snouffer," and that his parents were "among the early pioneers in this section."

The 1850 census lists her husband "John Snuffer," 32, a farmer, born in MD, living with Julia, 27, born in Ohio, and the following Ohio-born children: Ellen, 9; "Margarett," 7; John, 4; and "Sylvana," 2. Also in the home was another John, 13, whose relationship is not stated. 1850 U.S. Census, Perry Twsp, Franklin Cnty, OH (M432, Roll 680, stamped p. 236 B). [The penmanship of the census taker is ambiguous; the surname appears to me as "Snuffer," while his brother Michael's name is clearly spelled "Snoffer." The Ancestry.com indexer listed the surname as "Snaffer."]

The 1860 census shows "Julia Ann," 37, born in Ohio, living with her husband John Snouffer, 42, and children Ellen, Margaret, John and Sylvania, together with her mother-in-law, "Maria Snouffer," 84. 1860 U.S. Census, Worthington P.O., Perry Twsp, Franklin Cnty, OH (M 653, Roll 962, stamped p. 307).

In 1870 the census reports that "Julia" is a 47-yr old woman, born in Ohio, "Keeping House," and living with her husband "Snoffer, John" daughter "Sintha" [a nickname for Sylvania?], 21, and 8-yr old grandson Willie Armstrong. 1870 U.S. Census, Perry twsp, Franklin Cnty, OH (M 593, Roll 1200, stamped p. 679).

The 1880 census shows the 4 of them still living together: "Snaffer [sic], B. John," a 62 yr old farmer, living with his wife Julia, 57, who was "keeping house," daughter Sylvania, 32, who "assists in home," and grandson William Armstrong, 19. 1880 U.S. Census, Perry twsp, Franklin Cnty, OH (T 9, Roll 1015, stamped p. 171)

According to the Franklin Cnty, OH, Probate Court Administration Docket 11:319 (3 Nov 1888), Julia's husband John died 21 Oct 1888. His will may be found in Franklin Cnty Will Record L:315. It bequeathed all real and personal property to his wife Julia A. Snouffer, and upon her death, the real estate was to be divided among their children.

The 1900 census lists Julia A. Snouffer, 77, born in Ohio in April 1823, and the mother of 5 children, 4 of whom are alive. She is shown as a "housekeeper" and head of a household consisting of her daughter "Sylvania," 57, a servant, "Little Cassie," 15, and a grand-nephew, William V. Preston, 24, a farm laborer. 1900 U.S. Census, Perry twsp, Franklin Cnty, OH (T 623, Roll 1270, stamped p. 182).

Julia is buried in Union Cemetery, SE Section (1879), Row 13. See Donald M. Schlegel, Early Memorials in Union Cemetery, Franklin County, Ohio, p. 23 (1999). 
Rogers, Julia Ann (I635)
 
8259 When his mother died in Dec 2009, the obituary stated, among other things:
"Surviving ... are daughters and son-in-law, Gwynne E. and Jim Myers, of Union Bridge, and Carole M. Jones, of Camp Hill, Pa.; son and daughter-in-law James R. and Kathy Myers, of Crofton;...." See: i>The Advocate of Westminster and Finksburg [MD] (21 Dec 2009). 
Myers, James R. (I11960)
 
8260 When his son John died in 1939, The Worthington [OH] News(14 Dec 1939), reported that he was the son of "Capt. John Snouffer and Julia Rogers Snouffer," and that his parents were "among the early pioneers in this section." Snouffer, John (I268)
 

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