Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Ransom Hubble SNAVELY

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1  NAME Ransom /Snavely/


Ransom Hubble SNAVELY

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1  NAME Ransom /Snavely/


Ransom Hubble SNAVELY

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1  NAME Ransom /Snavely/


William F. SNAVELY

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The 1920 Floyd County Census lists three male children, S. G., born ca.1900, J. W., born ca . 1906, and R. W. (or N. W.), bborn ca. 1908.


William Ralph SNAVELY

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1  _MILT
2  PLAC Served in WW I, according to his death certificate


Ralph was divorced, according to his death certificate.


Joseph Wheeler SNAVELY

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1  PROP
2  DATE 6 SEP 1919
2  PLAC Deeded his 1/7 interest in land on Little Paint inherited from his mother, Alice Snav ely, to his brother-in-law, P.W. Coburn. Recorded in Floyd Co., Deed Bk 55, p 224.


Stephen RICHARDSON

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Stephen Richardson could not read or write.


Molly A. SNAVELY

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Edgar F. Snavely's notes from June, 1940 indicate Mollie and Charles hada child named Joe, wh o died before 1940 with no children, and Maggie, whomarried Green Maggard, had 2 children, th en died in 1923 or 1924.


John Adam SNAVELY Sr.

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He is probably buried in the old family cemetery which has been destoryed.  He resided at in Crow Hollow, Smyth County, Virginia. John settled land now in Smyth County, Virginia. His land was located on Laural Spring Branch, now called "Crow Hollow" by the older generations. The road today, running north from Highway 11, just east of Aktins, Virginia, is called "Flowing Springs Road."

In 1837, John's land joined the heirs of Adam Snavely and John Crow,Thompson Atkins, and the great road, (Highway 11). John's estate also included an old family cemetery.  Early Settlers of Old Mount Airy By Joseph Rodney Cameron, Sr. Page 374


Peter P. SNAVELY

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1  PROP
2  DATE 24 DEC 1845
2  PLAC Personal Property Appraisal
1  PROP
2  DATE 27 DEC 1845
2  PLAC Sale of Property