Robert Henry Stoll
Born: 1852, Sandyston, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: 1918, Morris Co., New Jersey
Parents: Robert John Stoll & Lydia Rutan
Occupations: laborer, Newark trolly car conductor, fruit farmer
Marriage: between 1874-1879, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Wife:  Harriet Ann "Hattie" Snook
Born: 1839, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: Apr. 29, 1898, Frankford, Sussex Co, New Jersey
Parents: Peter Snook II  & Jane Kishpaugh
Second Marriage: May 28, 1901, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey
Second Wife: Nettie Victoria Lyon
Born: May 24, 1867, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey
Died: Apr. 4, 1903, New Jersey
Parents: Henry Alfred Lyon & Caroline Rebecca Martin
Buried: Clinton Cemetery, Irvington, Essex Co., New Jersey

Children:

(Robert Henry Stoll & Harriet Ann "Hattie" Snook)

Lydia Jane Stoll

(Robert Henry Stoll & Nettie Victoria Lyon)


Delinda Evelyn Stoll

Born: Sept 8, 1902, Morris Co., New Jersey
Died: Mar., 1984, Morris Plains, Morris Co., New Jersey
Occupation: nurse (nursing student, 1920 census, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey)
Marriage: unknown
Husband: William M. Lanterman
Born: unknown
Died: unknown

ROBERT HENRY STOLL & HARRIET ANN SNOOK
Robert Henry Stoll and Harriet Ann Snook were married sometime between 1874, the year Hattie's Bible was printed for her, and 1880, where Robert and Hattie show up in the 1880 census living in Frankford, Sussex County, New Jersey, living with Hattie's oldest brother, Jonas, presumably on what was her father's farm. About a year later their only child, Lydia Jane, was born in Newton, the county seat of Sussex County. Not much is known about them, except that Hattie died in 1898 in Frankfurt, Sussex Co., NJ, and sometime after that Robert and his daughter Lydia moved to Newark, New Jersey, where Robert worked as a trollycar conductor.  On May 28, 1901, Robert married Nettie Victoria Lyon, and their only daughter, Delinda Evelyn was born in Newark in 1902. Nettie died the following year, and sometime after that, Robert and his eldest daughter, Lydia Jane, moved to Ironia, in Randolph, New Jersey, while Delinda remained in Newark with her mother's parents. In Ironia, Robert became a fruit farmer, while Lydia Jane worked in a factory.  Lydia married Sigurd Flornes in 1912, and both became members of the Mt. Freedom Presybterian Church,  Robert Henry Stoll died in 1918, unknown in Morris County.  For some reasonDelinda never had anything to do with the Stoll family, later attending nursing school, and marrying a William M. Lanterman. She lived in the Morristown area until her death in 1984.  What was apparent reason was one she never had much contact with her half sister's daughter Clara was because she was poor, even though they lived near each other.

HATTIE A. SNOOK BIBLE
Hattie was given a bible in 1874, containing pictures of her family. For more information, click here.


1880 UNITED STATES CENSUS
JONAS SNOOK HOUSEHOLD
FRANKFORD, SUSSEX CO., NEW JERSEY

PersonRelationMarital StatusSexRaceAgeState of BirthOccupationState Father BornState Mother Born
Jonas SnockSelfSMaleW40NJFarmerNJNJ
Robert H. StollBroLMMaleW28NJLaborerNJNJ
Hattie A. StollSisterMFemaleW30NJKeeping HouseNJNJ
Alvin Van FleetOtherSMaleW15NJLaborerNJNJ
Mina AberOtherSFemaleW15NJServantNJNJ


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