Surname: Shutt 1
Of 1 West Bingham|
in Sweden twp, Potter Co, PA age 32
in Sweden twp, Potter Co, PA age 41
in Sweden Twp, age 51, born PA
in Sweden twp, Potter Co, PA
in Fred W. Kohler, Edgar C. Crandall
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Text: ABRAHAM KIMBALL - August 30, 1906 - This morning at five o'clock at the home of his son, Wm. Kimball, on Ayers Hill, occurred the death of Abraham Kimball. Was born in Sparta, NY, in 1816. Spent greater part of life in Potter County. Was for many years a Methodist minister, but more recently has inclined toward the Baptist faith. Several years ago went to Minnesota and engaged in farming. Survived by his son, William Kimball, who is very ill at his home, and by two grandsons, Arthur Kimball, of Ayers Hill and Sterling Kimball, of Coudersport, and one sister, Mrs. Louisa Shutt, of West Bingham. Funeral in Sweden Valley Church.
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Text: WILLIAM SNYDER died at his home in Sweden, Nov. 17, 1910; son of most highly respected residents of county. Heart trouble last two years; was cause of death. Born 1840 in Livingston County, NY, moved with his parents to Sweden when two years old. Married Dec. 23, 1866 to Mary Neefe. She died in 1880. Five children born: Arch Snyder, of Sweden; Mrs. Grace Dodd (Peter), of Eldred; Mrs. Lena Simmons and Mrs. Katherine Klady, and one son, Carl, deceased.
In 1886 Mr. Snyder married again; to this union two children were born; One of whom, Kent, is living. A brother, Ole Snyder, of Buffalo and a sister, Mrs. J. W. Neefe, of Sweden, survive. Funeral at home, Saturday, November 19. Schutt and Gillon, had charge of funeral. Rev. Carlton Atwater, Baptist minister, preached sermon.
Addendum to above: Ole Snyder was born of Norwegian parents in October, 1852 in the Ole Bull Colony. His mother died. Have heard Mrs. E. W. Lyon say she was only sixteen years old. She may have been mistaken. She also said that the Snyders took the baby when the Norwegians were leaving the settlement. Be that as it may, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Snyder adopted him and educated him, or at least assisted him to educate himself. Studied law at University of Michigan; practiced law in Port Allegany and in Buffalo, NY. Died in 1929, in Paris, while enroute to visit his parents' home in Norway.
Mrs. William Snyder's funeral was held on May 18, 1880, the day of the big fire in Coudersport. Many of the Coudersport citizens were in attendance at this funeral during the time so much of Coudersport was destroyed. Mrs. Klady was a babe, a few months old.
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Text: Arch Snyder Head May 1868 32 (9) PA NY NY farmer
Anna Snyder wife Dec.1869 30 PA NY Ger (Tauscher)
Oscar Snyder son June1892 7 S PA PA PA
Leon Snyder son Oct. 1894 5 S PA PA PA
Mary Snyder dau Oct. 1896 3 S PA PA PA
Michael Snyder gr.father Feb. 1814 86 S PA PA PA
Bertha Clark boarder Mar. 1877 23 (6) PA PA PA
Allie Rossman servant Sept.1881 18 S PA NY PA farm laborer
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Text: Snyder, Arch W. head 41 (m-1-19) PA PA PA
Snyder, Anna M. wife 40 (m-1-19)(4-4) PA PA Ger.
Snyder, Oscar D. son 17 S PA PA PA
snyder, Leon A. son 15 S PA PA PA
Snyder, Mary A. dau 13 S PA PA PA
Snyder, Edith R. dau 4 S PA PA PA
- Text: 77 Snyder ArchHH 51 MPANYPA farmer
Annewife 50 MPANYGer Tauscher
Edithdau 14 SPAPAPA
Leonson 25 wid PAPAPA farmer
- Text: Arch Snyder & Anna Tauscher, both of Sweden Twp, mar. Feb. 22, 1891.
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