In 1760 John Snow’s family claimed residency back to 1678. article claims the Snows originated in Devon, with John Snow and Sons owning property in Harbour Grace dating back to the late 1600’s In Jersey John Snow witnessed this will in 1734: John Snow commissioned officer Little Belle Island 1709 CO194 22 #73 1709 Military and Administrative Personnel (b) List of the Officers in Newfoundland, commissioned Oct.1709. When peace was again restored in 1713 the Butlers returned to Port de Grave, where the family had a prior history in the seventeenth century. 73.] From: ‘America and West Indies: October 1709, 1-12’, Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 24: 1708-1709 (1922), pp. URL: father: Thomas Snow mother: Margaret Children’s births Charlotte Snow 7 July 1778 Thomas Snow Sophia Snow 12 December 1781 Juliana Snow 4 October 1783 Lavinia Snow 16 August 1785 Marian Snow 3 June 1787 Frances Eliza Snow 8 December 1789 Thomas Snow 27 October 1791 George Henry Snow 4 August 1798 _____________________________________________ ……. Primary records have enough inconsistencies of fact and, with websites, you have the added possibility of error of transcription. So with primary documents and the internet, be judicious, check and double-check.(see Newfoundland Mi’kmaq Books for more sources) For other family trees, genealogical and vital statistics information and sources, go to Bay St. There is a lot of material in the main site, but for a year membership, you get to go in the ‘Members Only’ section. Owners: Holles Saunders, Richard Simes, Sydenham Feast, John Snow, Daniel White and Humphrey Brown of Bristol, merchants.
It’s all I can do to not throw a shoe at the television.
Our 7th great grandmother was Rachel SNOW, b1690(baptised February 25) married to Thomas Martel 1716 Rachel’s parents were Richard SNOW of England(no specific area mentioned) and Rachel Rougier(Rouget) At the baptism were Sr. I have Rachel Guilbert wife of Le Sieur Thomas Martel, married 21st August 1751 at St Andrew’s church.
I am writing to the list with this request in aid that there might be someone out there specifically in Jersey that might be able to help us out. However, I did try to find out more in the Priaulx the other day:- Marriages – St Peter Port Mr Cesar PIGUENIT m Elizabeth SNOW Jean SNOW m Marie MAUGEUR Jean TORODE so Daniel m Elizabeth SNOW do Jean Alexander SNOW so William of Stonehaven, near Aberdeen, Scotland m Mary Le LACHEUR do Elisha of St Peter Port Thomas SNOW so Jean m Marguerite FLAMBE do Hellier Henry Le LACHEUR so Henry of St Peter Port m Elizabeth SNOW native of Jersey Nicholas ROTTENBURY, so John m Elizabeth SNOW do Jean Marriages – St Saviours Jean SNOW, fils Jean et Elizabeth ESNOUF native of the parish of St Peter in the isle of Jersey m Suzanne MAROT do David and the late Suzanne DU VAL of St Peter Port on the I checked my files.
-Samuel Pike of Musqueto indicted for illegal seizing of room of John Snow at Port De Graves. ) Testament of Anne Allez, widow of William Snow 1802 Testament of William Snow merchant of St Aubin 1713 Testament of Marie Snow 1723 James Snow, Publisher, New York, New York 1984. dps_pid=IE3648369&from=fhd I think it understates the presence of the Snow family in Newfoundland. Owners: Philip Lempriere, Thomas Pixon, Nicholas Fiott, Gideon Villeneufe of Jersey, merchants, and William Snow.
Court Proceedings: -Arrests for several trespasses and misdemeanors. Heritage Site: Testament of Edward Snow of Thomas St Helier 1769 Testament of William Snow son of Guillaume St Helier 1780 (also in British National Archives 1782?