Peter Snook I
Born: about 1773, Hopkins Corner, Lafayette, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown
Marriage: about 1800, Hopkins Corners, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Wife: Elizabeth Simmons
Born: about 1774. unknown
Died: unknown
Parents: John Simmons II & Elizabeth Titman

Children:

Casper Snook

Born: 1795, Hopkins Corner, Lafayette, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown
Marriage: Feb. 7, 1825, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Wife: Barbary Simmons
Born: Sept. 14, 1805, unknown
Died: unknown

John Snook
Born: 1797, Hopkins Corner, Lafayette, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown
Marriage: Feb. 7, 1825, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Wife: Eunice C. Primrose
Born: 1801, unknown
Died: unknown

Catherine Snook

Peter Snook II

Elizabeth Snook

Born: 1807, Wantage, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: Sept. 26, 1846, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Burial: Mount Salem Cemetery, Wantage, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Marriage: unknown
Husband: William D. Coleman
Born: about 1800, unknown
Died: unknown

Philip Snook
Born: Jan. 7, 1808, Frankford Plains, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: July 21, 1895, Branchville, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Buried: Branchville Cemetery, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Marriage: Sept. 5, 1835, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Wife: Harriet Ann Stevens
Born: Aug, 12, 1813, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: Jan. 9, 1879, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Buried: Branchville Cemetery, Sussex Co., New Jersey

Henry Snook 
Born: 1809, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Wife: Lavina Snook (maiden name unknown)
Born: unknown
Died: unknown

Jacob Snook
Born: May 7, 1811, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: Mar. 23, 1894, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Occupation: baker
Notes: The Snook Bakery at 120 Spring Street is a timber frame storehouse with Italianate elaboration, erected by Jacob Snook
as a bakery in 1857. Franklin Smith sold the building to Lucy Graey in March 1871. George Leport assumed management of the
bakery in November 1871, adding a ladies� and gentlemen�s dining saloon in September 1872.
The Snook Store-house at 124 Spring Street is another frame storehouse built by Jacob Snook
in 1857. Owned by William Woodward and Samuel Johnson in 1871, it was occupied by
Ackerson & Hough�s meat market.
From http://www.newtonnj.net/Pages/lowermainst.htm
Buried: Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Plains, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Marriage: unknown
Wife: Martha D. Snook (maiden name unknown)
Born: Feb. 18, 1812, unknown
Died: Dec. 15, 1893, New Jersey
Buried: Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Plains, Sussex Co., New Jersey<

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