Zephaniah SNOW

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Zephaniah SNOW was christened 7 Dec 1760 (son of Lemuel SNOW and Margaret LILLIE).

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Lemuel SNOW was born Abt 1729, Bridgewater, Connecticut (son of Solomon SNOW and Bathsheba MAHURIN); died 11 Nov 1777, Whately, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    Name:
    Lemuel Snow of Stafford, Connecticut, blacksmith, sold one third of a lot at Buckhill Plain, called Snows lot 33, to Archibald Thomson of Bridgewater; signed and acknowledged 26 January 1749/50 at Plymouth. Lemuel Snow of Bridgewater, blacksmith, sold thirty acres being the remainder of the homestead of Solomon Snow late of Bridgewater, deceased, to Josiah Hill of Bridgewater; signed and acknowledged 2 November 1751. Lemuel Snow of Stafford, Connecticut, blacksmith, sold to Elijah Snow of Bridgewater land in Bridgewater, as described in purchase dated 28 january 1744/5; signed 3 April 1752; acknowledged the same day in Plymouth (Plymouth Co LR, 46:235, 47:24, 51:249). On 7
    Lemuel Snow as in Ashfield on 9 August 1770 when he was in court for non-payment of a note (Hampshire Co Court of common Pleas). Lemuel and Margaret Snow and children Barnis, Zephaniah, Sarah, Bathsheba, and Huldah were warned out of Whately on 4 may 1773, where he had been a resident since 15 November 1772 (Hampshire Co Court of Sessions, 13:18).

    Lemuel married Margaret LILLIE 11 Sep 1750, Stafford, Windham Co., Connecticut. Margaret (daughter of Samuel LILLIE and Mehitable BACON) was born 26 Aug 1729, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 03 Aug 1810, Windsor, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Margaret LILLIE was born 26 Aug 1729, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (daughter of Samuel LILLIE and Mehitable BACON); died 03 Aug 1810, Windsor, Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. Molley SNOW was born 17 Aug 1751, Stafford, Connecticut; died 21 Aug 1755, Stafford, Connecticut.
    2. Sarah SNOW was born 1 Jun 1753, Stafford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; died 10 Aug 1755, Stafford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
    3. Solomon SNOW was born 21 Feb 1755, Stafford, Connecticut; was christened 10 Apr 1757.
    4. Bernice SNOW was christened 10 Apr 1757.
    5. Molly SNOW was christened 17 Dec 1758.
    6. 1. Zephaniah SNOW was christened 7 Dec 1760.
    7. Sarah SNOW was born 14 Feb 1763.
    8. Bathsheba SNOW was born 8 Mar 1765.
    9. Huldah SNOW was born Abt 1770.
    10. Lemuel SNOW was born Abt 1774, Whately, Massachusetts; died 13 Sep 1776, Whately, Massachusetts.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Solomon SNOW was born 6 Apr 1698, Bridgewater, Massachusetts (son of Benjamin SNOW and Elizabeth ALDEN); died Bef 26 Jan 1741, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    Name:
    On 17 March 1723/4 Benjamin Snow of Bridgewater, cordwainer, for "Love good will & affection" gave his son Solomon Snow of Bridgewater, a 50 acre lot lying by the four Mills line, a lot of meadow on the west side of the Pond, and one third of the cedar swamp at the east end of the 50 acre lot; this deed was not recorded until 3 March 1735 (Plymouth Co LR, 30:102).

    In May 1737 Solomon Snow of Bridgewater sold to Seth Staples land in Bridgewater including land of father Benjamin Snow; wife Bathsheba released her dower (Plymouth Co LR, 31:177; MF, 7:56).

    Bathsheba Snow of Bridgewater, widow, posted bond 26 January 1741, as administrator of the estate of her husband Solomon Snow, late of Bridgewater, deceased. Sureties were Jonathan Cary, gentleman, and John Fobes, husbandman, both of Bridgewater. Inventory of Solomon Snow's estate was made 24 March 1741; Bathsheba Snow, administrator, made oath to it 20 May 1742. An undated account of Jonathan Cary of Bridgewater, administrator on estate of Solomon Snow deceased, mentions payment to Benjamin Mehurin; and necessities set off to widow. The inventory listed house and land without any other description (Plymouth Co PR, #18,723,8:495-496).

    On 2 November 1751 Lemuel Snow of Bridgewater, blacksmith, sold 30 acres in Bridgewater being the remainder of the homestead of Solomon Snow late of Bridgewater deceased (Plymouth Co LR, 47:24).

    Solomon married Bathsheba MAHURIN 8 Apr 1724, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Bathsheba was born Abt 1698, Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 5 Jan 1748, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Bathsheba MAHURIN was born Abt 1698, Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 5 Jan 1748, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Daughter of Hugh and Mary Mahurin

    Children:
    1. 2. Lemuel SNOW was born Abt 1729, Bridgewater, Connecticut; died 11 Nov 1777, Whately, Massachusetts.
    2. Bathsheba SNOW was born Abt 1732, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
    3. Child SNOW died 4 Jun 1739, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

  3. 6.  Samuel LILLIE was born 24 Mar 1694/5, Reading, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 29 Apr 1774, Stafford, Windham Co., Connecticut.

    Samuel — Mehitable BACON. Mehitable was born 26 May 1706, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 1774, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Mehitable BACON was born 26 May 1706, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 1774, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. Jonathan LILLY was born 20 Apr 1738, Coventry, Tolland Co., Connecticut; died 10 Jan 1828, Ashfield, Franklin Co., Massachusetts.
    2. Benjamin LILLIE was born Between 07 Mar 1730 and 1731; died 19 Sep 1755, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    3. Anna LILLIE was born 16 May 1745, Stafford, Windham Co., Connecticut; died 17 Sep 1823, Bethel, Windsor Co., Vermont.
    4. David LILLIE was born 28 Nov 1742, Lebanon, Windham Co., Connecticut; died 01 Sep 1827, Bethel, Windsor Co., Vermont.
    5. Joseph LILLIE was born 29 Jan 1748, Stafford, Windham County, Connecticut; died 07 Jul 1835, Bethel, Windsor County, Vermont.
    6. Eunice LILLIE was born 05 Apr 1737, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
    7. Olive LILLIE was born 06 Apr 1750, Stafford, Windham Co., Connecticut; died 02 May 1837, Livingston Co., New York.
    8. Obadiah LILLIE was born 17 Jul 1733, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
    9. 3. Margaret LILLIE was born 26 Aug 1729, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 03 Aug 1810, Windsor, Connecticut.
    10. Mehitable LILLIE was born Bef 22 Jun 1728, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 20 Jun 1805, Brookfield, Orange Co., Vermont.
    11. Sarah LILLIE was born 11 May 1735, Woodstock, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 20 Jun 1758, Stafford, Windham Co., Connecticut.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Benjamin SNOW was born Abt 1669, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts; died 28 May 1743, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Son of William Snow and Rebecca Brown

    Notes:

    Name:
    Benjamin Snow of Bridgewater was a representative to the General Court of Massachusetts in 1721 (Bridgewater by Mitchell, 35).

    On 17 March 1723/4 Benjamin Snow of Bridgewater, cordwainer, for love, good will, and affection gave, after his death, to his son Ebenezer Snow of Bridgewater all his homestead of 40 acres, a 10 acre lot on the west side of Taunton Road, a meadow lot, all his right in the Old Cedar Swamp, and one third of the cedar swamp at the east end of a 50 acre lot on the Pond. On the same day he gave to his son Benjamin Snow of Bridgewater the land where his house now stands on the Great Pond (excepting two thirds of the cedar swamp) and 11 acres at the southern end of the town. And on the same day he gave to his son Solomon Snow of Bridgewater a 50 acre lot lying by the four Mile Lane, a meadow lot on the west side of the Pond, and one third of the cedar swamp in the 50 acre lot on the Pond (Plymouth Co LR, 18:203, 19:18, 30:102).

    The will of Benjamin Snow of Bridgewater, husbandman, dated 12 September 1738, proved at Pembroke, 6 June 1743, names youngest son Ebenezer (executor and to provide for wife Sarah; mentions deed given him; "all my irons of all sorts which belong to my Out Door Work & My Grindstone"); wife Sarah; sons Benjamin and solomon (these two sons to share with Ebenezer all clothing and right in undivided lands, besides what already given); daughters Rebecca Campbell and Elizabeth Carver (all other moveables after wife's death); and grandson Seth Pratt, son of my daughter Sarah deceased (one cow or L10 when twenty-one); the books to be equally divided by the three sons and two daughters. Witnesses were Josiah Edson, Jr., Nathan Basset, and John Washburn, Jr. the inventory, taken 20 June 1743, included three pieces of real estate; a third part of a 20 acre lot in the North Precinct in Bridgewater (L20), a third part of a purchase right in the undivided land in the Eight Mile Bridgewater (L10), and seven acres lying by the Widow Basset's (L15) (Plymouth Co PR, #18, 661, 9:83-84, 117; MD, 22:99-100).

    Benjamin married Elizabeth ALDEN 12 Dec 1693, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Elizabeth (daughter of Joseph ALDEN and Mary SIMMONS) was born Abt 1673, Bridgewater, Massachusetts; died 8 May 1705, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Elizabeth ALDEN was born Abt 1673, Bridgewater, Massachusetts (daughter of Joseph ALDEN and Mary SIMMONS); died 8 May 1705, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. Rebekah SNOW was born 7 Nov 1694, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts; died 4 Sep 1763, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.
    2. Benjamin SNOW was born 23 Jun 1696, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts; died 29 Oct 1760, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.
    3. 4. Solomon SNOW was born 6 Apr 1698, Bridgewater, Massachusetts; died Bef 26 Jan 1741, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
    4. Ebenezer SNOW was born 29 Mar 1701, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts; died 30 Nov 1786, Raynham, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    5. Elizabeth SNOW was born 5 May 1705, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.