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? - 543
Adams - 10
Alford - 7
Allen - 8
Anderson - 37
Ashley - 13
Ó Thoirdelbaig - 10
Ball - 8
Ballard - 26
Barbe - 9
Bartholomew - 22
Basham - 13
Baumann - 6
Beal - 12
Beck - 12
Beller - 10
Blaffer - 12
Blaylock - 7
Bolin - 8
Bolyard - 12
Boyd - 7
Bradford - 12
Brandt - 8
Bratcher - 10
Brocket - 6
Brown - 8
Campbell - 8
Carr - 7
Carrier - 10
Carruth - 8
Carter - 21
Case - 13
Cherkas - 15
Childress - 9
Christein - 10
Christine - 30
Clark - 31
Clear - 6
Coleman - 11
Cooke - 6
Cowles - 436
Cunningham - 8
Curwen - 8
Czerkas - 7
Davenport - 164
Davis - 9
De Androssan - 7
De Beauchamp - 10
De Beaumont - 6
De Clayton - 24
De copley - 11
De Cunynghame of - 6
De Davenport - 10
De Dundas - 9
De Hyde - 9
De Lacy - 12
De Langtown - 9
De Mainwaring - 7
De Massey - 11
De Mohun - 6
De Orde - 7
De Sutton - 15
De Valletort - 7
De Venables - 15
De Vermandois - 7
Divin - 8
Dixon - 9
Donaldson - 10
Dorsett - 10
Dossett - 39
Dotson - 9
Douglass - 11
Eastwood - 11
Edwards - 7
Evans - 45
Farley - 17
Ferguson - 10
Fitton - 7
Flora - 13
Forrest - 30
Forrester - 23
Fox - 30
Francis - 31
Gilbert - 6
Glenn - 31
Goddard - 6
Goff - 11
Goins - 19
Gott - 12
Gragg - 16
Grimes - 11
Guntle - 32
Haile - 25
Hale - 40
Hall - 29
Hamilton - 19
Harrod - 25
Hatfield - 12
Hawkins - 10
Hayden - 8
Hightower - 37
Hines - 13
Hinman - 12
Hinton - 51
Hoffman - 21
Holmes - 23
Honaker - 8
Hosmer - 7
Houchins - 7
Hudnall - 7
Husak - 15
Hyde - 8
James - 9
Johnson - 13
Jones - 18
Jordan - 23
Kelleher - 6
Kellogg - 12
Kennedy - 7
Keown - 14
Kighley - 8
King - 28
Kirkwood - 30
Lane - 17
Lanthrop - 6
Lauffer - 50
Lay - 44
Lay - 19
Leblanc - 7
Lee - 7
Lewis - 6
Lowe - 11
Lucas - 10
Lusk - 8
Mackenzie - 6
Mahan - 7
Majors - 6
Marks - 10
Martin - 6
Martz - 17
Massey - 14
Maynard - 25
McCormick - 8
McCormick - 64
McCormick - 10
McCormick - 104
McGinnis - 7
Miller - 68
Mills - 69
Mitchell - 9
Moers - 16
Moore - 6
Newsham - 8
Nichols - 8
Niebrand - 6
Nipper - 8
Nuce - 12
Of Falaise - 6
Of Mercia - 6
Of Northumbria - 7
Page - 61
Parsons - 6
Payne - 17
Penner - 10
Pierceall - 12
Plank - 7
Plant - 21
Porter - 13
Pubusky - 10
Quintyne - 8
Raley - 32
Rapier - 13
Ratcliffe - 18
Reed - 28
Reese - 6
Reeves - 9
Renner - 14
Rhea - 21
Richards - 39
Rogers - 8
Rohr - 12
Romans - 10
Root - 6
Royce - 7
Runner - 400
Runyon - 36
Rutherford - 7
Sanders - 26
Sego - 8
Shahan - 81
Shapren - 10
Sherpinskas - 13
Smith - 65
Snow - 8
Spalding - 16
Stafford - 37
Stanley - 8
Steele - 6
Stewart - 9
Sule - 10
Sullivan - 227
Summers - 13
Sutton - 12
Taliaferro - 9
Taylor - 36
Thompson - 11
Todd - 8
Troxell - 22
Varney - 44
Von Rottenstein - 10
Wakefield - 17
Wallace - 14
Waller - 8
Watson - 11
Watt - 17
Wedding - 9
Wedekind - 6
Wellman - 6
Wells - 9
West - 16
Whalen - 6
White - 19
Willey - 6
Williams - 7
Willis - 17
Willoughby - 9
Wilson - 38
Wingfield - 8
Winsted - 8
Wolfe - 13
Wurtz - 6
Young - 42
Zent - 6
Zerkis - 7
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SNOW - 8 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Carrie Francis Snow b.1886 Jan 01 Springtown Arkansas
d.1887 Jun 28 Springtown Arkansas
Father: William Henry Snow  
Mother: Lenorah Frances Collins
Clarence Otto Snow b.1892 Sep 11 Oklahoma
d.1967 May 23 Pagosa Springs Colorado
Father: William Henry Snow  
Mother: Martha Cora Garson
(The Pagosa Springs Sun May 25, 1967) Otto Snow. Word was received here this week of the death of Otto Snow, a well known early day resident of this county. Mr. Snow passed away at Salida Tuesday of this week. Funeral Services will be conducted here at 2 p.m. Friday March 26. The services will be conducted from the Community Methodist Church and interment at the local cemetery. A complete obituary will published in the next issue of the Sun.
Earl Milton Snow b.1894 Mar 14
d.1976 Feb 18
Father: William Henry Snow  
Mother: Martha Cora Garson
The Pagosa Springs Sun March 4, 1976. Earl Milton Snow, a long time resident of Archuleta County passed away February 18 at the Veterans Hospital in Grand Junction. He was born in Springtown, Ark. March 16, 1894, He would have been 82 years of age this month. Earl came to Colorado with his family at an early age. He spent his early line on the family homestead near Dyke on Devil Creek. Most of the rest of his life was spent here and he worked at various occupations including saw milling. ranching, and at other jobs. At one time he was considered the best bronc rider in the entire region. He was a veteran of World War I and his was a military funeral with interment at Hilltop Cemetery. Earl was a member of the American Legion and the Moose Lodge. Survivors include one son, Ernest of Kuna, Idaho; two daughters, Ava of Newton, Iowa and Doris of Stamford, Texas; one sister, Lora Hotz of Bayfield; three brothers, Mack of Grand Junction, Leonard of California and Lawrance of Pagosa Springs; 11 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Fannie May Snow
Spouse1: John Stancel Glass
b.1871 Mar 10 Emporia Kansas
d.1956 Mar 01 Gentry Arkansas
Father: Reason Parker Snow  
Mother: Francis Ann McCormick
Lawrence Snow b.1898 Apr 06 Siloam Springs Arkansas
d.1978 Mar 30 Bayfield Colorado
Father: William Henry Snow  
Mother: Martha Cora Garson
The Pagosa Springs Sun April 13, 1978) Lawrence Snow, age 79, passed away Thursday, March 30, 1978, at Valley View Nursing Home in Bayfield, Colorado after an extended illness, Lawrence and a twin brother were born April 6, 1898, in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, to William and Cora Snow. The Snow family came to Colorado while Lawrence was a very small boy. They settled on Devil Creek where Lawrence spent his childhood. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lola, in 1948, his parents and four brothers. He is survived by seven children; Mrs. Walter (Florence May) Lambert of Saguache, Kinzer M. (Billy) of Bayfield, Mrs Maynard (Marion) Lambert of Creede, Ray M. of Snowmass, Mrs. Loren (Opal C.) Woolsey of Silt, Colorado, Cleo of California, Mrs. Tom (Linda) McCauley and Mrs. Ralph (Pearl) Yates, both of Durango; one sister Lora Hotz of Durango, twin brother Leonard of California, brother Mack of Grand Junction, numerous grand children, great grand children, nieces and nephews. Lawrence worked on ranches and with cattle most of his early life. He was a government trapper in Archuleta County and Eastern Colorado for many years. He was considered to be one of the very best trappers. Until last year Larry had spent his winters in Young, Arizona, returning to Colorado each spring. Graveside services were held at 10:00 a.m. April 3, 1978, with the Rev. Roger Long of the Bayfield First Baptist Church officiating. Interment was in the Pine River Cemetery in Bayfield.
Noble Snow b.1885
d.1965
Father: William Henry Snow  
Mother:
Reason Noble Snow, a resident of the county since before the turn of the century, passed away early Wednesday in a Durango hospital after suffering a heart attack a few days ago. Noble Snow was one of the real old time pioneers that remained in the county. He was well and favorably known the length and breadth of the county and could, up until the heart attack, put many a younger man to shame when it came to getting around the country. He was thoroughly acquainted with the area and had homesteaded in the Devil Creek region in the early days. The county had been his home for 66 years. Funeral services will be conducted this Friday, July 2, at 2 p.m. from the Baptist Church, was born June 28, 1885 in Spring Town, Arkansas and was united in marriage with Lucy Lee Dickens at Carizzo Springs, Texas July 1, 1913. His wife survives. Other survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Howard Carpenter, Mrs. Bud Seavy, and Mrs. Louis Girardin, all of Pagosa Springs, and Mrs. Fay Sweat of Aurora; three sons, John, Robert and Dick, all of Pagosa Springs, one sister, Mrs. Lora Hotz of Arvada; 6 brothers, Otto, of Poncha Springs, Earl, Henry and Lawrence of this community: Mack of Grand Junction and Leonard, who resides in California. There are also 30 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. His friends are legion for to meet Noble Snow was to have Noble Snow for a friend. His was a rugged character, and he was a man who practiced what he believed and his presence will be sorely missed by all who knew him. He was one of the pioneers that carved this area out of the wilderness and his resourcefulness left its mark on the county. There are many things that could be said about Reason Noble Snow but he would probably have preferred the descriptions, pioneer and sportsman.
Reason Parker Snow
Spouse1: Francis Ann McCormick
b.1825
d.1901
Father:  
Mother:
William Henry Snow
Spouse1: Lenorah Frances Collins
Spouse2: Martha Cora Garson
b.1860 Jun 25 Emporia Kansas
d.1933 Jab 24 Dyke Colorado
Father: Reason Parker Snow  
Mother: Francis Ann McCormick


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