Born: 1828, Frankford, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: Mar. 10, 1891, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Buried: Newton Cemetery, Newton, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Occupation: FarmerRachel Snook
Born: 1831, Frankford Plains, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: still living, 1879, Newton, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Husband: Mr. Stickles (first name unknown)
Died: unknownPeter Snook III
Born: 1837, Frankford Plains, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: still living, 1850, Frankford Plains, Sussex Co., New JerseyPhebe Jane Snook
Harriet Ann "Hattie" Snook
PETER SNOOK HOUSEHOLD FROM THE HATTIE A. SNOOK BIBLE
are scans from the Bible of Hattie A. Snook, printed in 1874. The first
two pages have to be the Peter Snook household that were still alive in
1874 (Jane Kishpaugh was already dead). There is also a postcard of
famed preacher and abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher, I guess the family
were fans of his. The last two pages are unidentified, one of the older
gentlemen has to be Peter Snook, who was in his mid seventies when this
Bible was printed, the others probably members of the Snook and
Kishpaugh families. If you can help identify these people, you
can email me at email@example.com.
Harriet Ann Snook
This has to be Hattie because a picture of her daughter, Lydia Stoll at about the same age
wears what appears to be the same crucifix, as well as facial similarities.
Henry Ward Beecher
Peter Snook III?
Phebe Jane Snook?
The elder gentleman on the left could be him. Personally this one is my favorite, he looks old and gnarly enough to be Peter.
One of these ladies could be Jane Kishpaugh, who died several years before this Bible was printed in 1874.
FROM SUSSEX CO. PETITIONS AND RENUNCIATIONS
Snook, Peter dec'd who died intestate 3 Jan 1879. (Ref# A-104)
Petitioner: Jonas Snook of Frankford.
Petition: Requesting that he be appointed Administrator.
Kindred and residence:
Charity Struble- Monroe Corner, NJ
Rachel Stickles- Newton, NJ
Elizabeth Rutan - Branchville, NJ
P. J. Roloson - Beemerville, NJ
Harriet A. Stoll - Augusta, NJ
Jonas Snook - Augusta, NJ
Filed: 14 Feb 1879