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Miscellaneous Personal Information Page

The following information has been found and documented with respect to various Snodgrass and related families information.

On this page you will find

Grantor Index, land sales in Washington County, Pennsylvania:
William Snodgrass of Spencers Island, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia:

Grantor Index




Date of Record



Snodgrass, William ux Elizabeth Guy Feb. 22 1834 2 R 11 Donegal
Snodgrass, William al William Newburn Apr 20 1836 T 2 26 Wash Co
Snodgrass, William al Samuel Logan Jr May22 l837 2 U 230 Cecil Release
Snodgrass, William ux Robert Wilson Sep 27 1838 12 V 451 Canton
Snodgrass, William al Samuel Snodgrsss Jan 4 1858 3 T 191 Canton
Snodgrass, William al Robert Jackson Jun 41858 3 U 66 Canton
Snodgrass, William ux Robert Jackson Apr 1 1887 139 269 Wash
Snodgrass, William   William Oller Mar 29 1893 179 349 Release
Snodgrass, William ux H.S. Dole Apr 2 1896 202 18 Wash LeMoyne
Snodgrass, William al Eliza Patterson Mar 29 1898 216 245 W Wash Shirls Grv 4-F
Snodgrass, William ux Frank Snodgrass April 14 1898 217 55 S Wash LeMoyne Lot
Snodgrass, William al Edward Day Sep 12 1898 220 251 Wash LeMoyne 14
Snodgrass, William ux D.H. Stoner May 18 1900 237 380 E Wash Linn 4
Snodgrass, William ux Washington Laundry Nov 4 1901 264 291 Wash Lot
Snodgrass, William ux Mary A. Nichol Apr 10 1908 358 477 Wash Hess (2-38) 102
Snodgrass, William ux Mary A. Nichol Apr 10 1908 358 478 Wash Simonton al 11
Snodgrass, William ux A.M. Dillinger Oct 14 1918 459 443 Wash 8th Ward Weaver Ad 4 Blk
Snodgrass, William ux Grant Moninger May 12 1921 492 115 Canton 13-14-15

The Halifax Herald Limited
Monday, December 8, 1997

Snodgrass, William L. - 82, Spencers Island, Cumberland Co., died December 7, 1997, in Chignecto Manor, Advocate. Born in Hampton, N.B., he was a son of the late William and Fredrica (Perkins) Snodgrass. He served with the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War in the 106th Artillery Division and the Merchant Navy. He was later employed by McCully and Soy Logging. Surviving are sister, Edith (Mrs. Fred Cashwell), Saint John, N.B.; several nieces and nephews. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday, both in Spencers Island Union Church, Rev. Peter Smith officiating. Burial in Advocate Cemetery. Donations to Bayview Health Care Centre. Arrangements entrusted to Smith's Funeral Home, Parrsboro.

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