Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Nicholas SNAVELY

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The 1870 Census fro Smyth County, Virginia has the following:
Snavely, Nicholas  59, farmer
            Mollie, 55, keeps house
            Alexander, 23, farmer
Jones, Mary J., 14
Snavely, Eve, 7
Crigger, Samuel, 18, farm lab
Cowden, Mary C., 25, domextic servant


Mary Mollie PICKLE

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This appeared in an older family bible.

This is to certify that it has been 47 years and 9 months since PollyPickle professed faith i n Christ in Staley's Creek Camp ground.  Jan6, 1894.


Mary J. AKER

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1.  From Addendum to Early Settolers of Old Mount Airy, Wythe County, Virginia By Joseph R. C ameron Sr. and Constance L. Cameron "Mary Jane Aker did not live long. She d. on May 11, 1859 . Her burial place in unknown but it is most likely she was buried in the old Snavely Cemeter y on the ridge to your right as you enter Crow Hollow. This old Snavely Cemetery was relocate d to the Wassum Cemetery in Atkins, VA, when I-81 was constructed. (Sources: WIley Snavely' s notes at Wytheville Community College; Smyth Co. VA Deed from Barbara Akere to her childre n in Bk. 8, p. 187)."