Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of Lehre A. SNIDER
1. Lehre A. SNIDER , born 1824 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died Jan 1865 in Waldo, Columbia County, Arkansas; buried in Beechcreek Cemetery, Columbia County, Arkansas, son of William Jacob "Deacon Jacob" SNIDER and Mary TILL, grandson of William SNIDER (1770-1833), ggrandson of Jacob SNIDER Jr. (abt. 1747-abt 1782) and gggrandson of the German immigrant, Hans Jacob SCHNEIDER ( 1713-abt. 1756). He married abt 1848 in South Carolina Margaret Elizabeth BULL, born 1824 in South Carolina; died 1894 in Waldo, Columbia County, Arkansas; buried in Beechcreek Cemetery, Columbia County, Arkansas, daughter of John BULL and Margaret DANTZLER.
Notes for Lehre A. SNIDER: 1860 Census, Columbia Co. Arkansas; moved West to Columbia County, AK after 1858. State Surveyor for two terms 1862-1864.
Notes for Margaret Elizabeth BULL: On 16 Dec 1850 received $107 in the division of John Bull's estate.
Children of Lehre A. SNIDER and Margaret Elizabeth BULL were as follows:
a. Flavely SNIDER, born 1849 in South Carolina; died 1880. She married Irvin HOLMES, son of Watson HOLMES and Dorcas SNIDER.
b. Jacob William SNIDER, born 7 Aug 1855 in South Carolina; died 21 Jan 1936. He married Salle E. SNELSON.
c. John Henry SNIDER, born 11 Oct 1858 in South Carolina; died 5 May 1931. He married (1) Susie Anna WALTHALL; (2) Neacie Lenora PARKER.
d. Allen H. SNIDER. Minor in 1865. Presumed to have died as a young child.
Information provided by Gene Jeffries, 22 Feb 2000, update by Dewey Snyder on 17 Dec 2008 and 18 Jan 2009.
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