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Anthony Snow

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Islington, Middlesex, England
Death: Died in Marshfield, Plymouth County, Province of Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Nicholas Snow of Yorkshire and Elizabeth Snow
Husband of Abigail Snow and Abigail Snow
Father of Lydia Skiffe; Abigail Ford; Sarah Waterman (Snow); Josiah Snow and Alice Barker
Brother of William Snow, Sr.
Half brother of Mary Snow

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About Anthony Snow

B: 1619 - Plymouth,Plymouth,Massachusetts,USA

D: Aug 31, 1692 - Marshfield,Plymouth,Massachusetts,USA

Marriage: Nov 8,1639 - Plymouth,Plymouth,Massachusetts,USA


He was one of the prominent men of Marshfield, MA


From the Find A Grave page on Anthony Snow:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=26588775

Birth: 1602 - Islington, England

Death: Aug., 1692 - Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA

Anthony was the son of Nicholas Snow Sr. & Elizabeth Rowelles. He married Abigail Warren on November 8, 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. To this union, 6 children were born.

Nicholas Snow and his brothers, Anthony and William came from England in the year 1623 on the ship Ann, said to be the second ship to arrive in Plymouth after the Mayflower.

Abigail, when she married Anthony Snow of Plymouth, received as a marriage portion from her mother, 9 Jan 1639, a deed for her "house situated near the place called Wellingsley (alis) Hobshole, with the eight acres of land thereunto adjoining."

Shortly after marriage Mr. Snow removed to Marshfield, where he became one of the leading citizens of the town:

  • was surveyor of highways in 1651,
  • constable 1652,
  • representative to the General Court of Plymouth Colony in 1656 and
  • 20 years following, selectman in 1666 and afterwards several years,
  • collector of the excise 3 June 1668, and
  • member of the Plymouth Council-of-War for Plymouth Colony in 1675.

Sometime before his death he gave to the town a piece of land near the meeting house for a grave yard, where he is buried and which is still in use. His will dated 28 Dec 1685, with codicil of 8 August 1692, named wife Abigail, and children given below. Inventory of his estate taken 12 Nov 1692.

Anthony Snow was one of the last Marshfield downtown settlers for whom Snow Road is named. He received one-half of the Thomas Prence grant in 1649. The parcel included a part of Cedar Grove Cemetery that Snow gave to the town and the swamp (Snow's Swamp) where much of the shopping and parking areas are today. It also included land along Ocean Street easterly as far at the Bourne grant (near Bourne Park Avenue). This flat land between the rivers were meadows and streams, wetlands, and swamps.

Anthony Snow was a feltmaker by trade. He farmed and fished, served as a constable and a deputy to the court, contributed a barrel of beef toward the purchase of Bulkley's parsonage and served as one of the towns first selectmen on 5 Apr 1667.

Many of downtown Marshfield businesses today are build on the land that belong to Anthony Snow.

Anthony Snow's will dated 8 Dec 1685 is in possession of the Connecticut Historical Society at Hartford, CT.

Buried at the Winslow Cemetery in Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

AKA- Old Winslow Burying Ground

There is a large mounment in this Cemetery as well, which Anthony and his wife, Abigail, names appears. It is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor, Massachusetts.


Family links:

Children:

  • Sarah Snow Waterman (1651 - 1741)*
  • Alice Snow Barker (1675 - 1697)*

Spouse:

  • Abigail Warren Snow (1619 - ____)

Burial: Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA


Created by: Beca Record added: May 04, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 26588775


Birth: 1602 Islington, England Death: Aug., 1692 Marshfield Plymouth County Massachusetts, USA

Anthony was the son of Nicholas Snow Sr. & Elizabeth Rowelles. He married Abigail Warren on November 8, 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. To this union, 6 children were born. Nicholas Snow and his brothers, Anthony and William came from England in the year 1623 on the ship Ann, said to be the second ship to arrive in Plymouth after the Mayflower.

Abigail, when she married Anthony Snow of Plymouth, received as a marriage portion from her mother, 9 Jan 1639, a deed for her "house situated near the place called Wellingsley (alis) Hobshole, with the eight acres of land thereunto adjoining." Shortly after marriage Mr. Snow removed to Marshfield, where he became one of the leading citizens of the town; was surveyor of highways in 1651, constable 1652, representative to the General Court of Plymouth Colony in 1656 and twenty years following, selectman in 1666 and afterwards several years, collector of the excise 3 June 1668, and member of the Plymouth Council-of-War for Plymouth Colony in 1675. Sometime before his death he gave to the town a piece of land near the meeting house for a grave yard, where he is buried and which is still in use. His will dated 28 Dec 1685, with codicil of 8 August 1692, named wife Abigail, and children given below. Inventory of his estate taken 12 Nov 1692.

Anthony Snow was one of the last Marshfield downtown settlers for whom Snow Road is named. He received one-half of the Thomas Prence grant in 1649. The parcel included a part of Cedar Grove Cemetery that Snow gave to the town and the swamp (Snow's Swamp) where much of the shopping and parking areas are today. It also included land along Ocean Street easterly as far at the Bourne grant (near Bourne Park Avenue). This flat land between the rivers were meadows and streams, wetlands, and swamps. Anthony Snow was a feltmaker by trade. He farmed and fished, served as a constable and a deputy to the court, contributed a barrel of beef toward the purchase of Bulkley's parsonage and served as one of the towns first selectmen on 5 Apr 1667. Many of downtown Marshfield businesses today are build on the land that belong to Anthony Snow.

Anthony Snow's will dated 8 Dec 1685 is in possession of the Connecticut Historical Society at Hartford, CT.

Buried at the Winslow Cemetery in Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

AKA- Old Winslow Burying Ground

There is a large mounment in this Cemetery as well, which Anthony and his wife, Abigail, names appears. It is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor, Massachusetts.



Source 1: http://www.gencircles.com/users/beverlyjs/1/data/1356

Individual:

Information on Anthony Snow can be found Genealogical And Family History of the State of Connecticut, Vol. I-IV. Ancestry.com

Birth:  

Death: 31 Aug 1692 in Marshall, Plymouth, Massachusetts Sex: M Father: Nicholas Snow b. 1578 in Saint Dunstan, Stephany, Middlesex, England Mother: Elizabeth Rowles b. 1580 in Stephany, Middlesex, England

   

Changed: 18 Feb 2006 00:00:00

  Spouses & Children    
  
  

 Abigail Warren (Wife) b. About 1618 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts  

Marriage: 8 Nov 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Children: Sarah Snow b. Jun 1651 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Josiah Snow b. 25 Mar 1654 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Alice Snow b. 18 Jan 1657 in Marshall, Plymouth, Massachusetts Lyddia Snow b. 14 Jan 1644 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Abigail Snow Baby Snow b. 25 Mar 1655 in Marshall, Plymouth, Massachusetts



He came to Massachusetts in 1623 aboard the Ann.


Anthony Snow parentage: Volume VI, 2nd Edition of the "Mayflower Families 1-5 generations does not list Anthony Snow as a child of Constance Hopkins Snow and Nicholas Snow. They married in 1627; Anthony is listed as being born about 1615 in England. Their lst child is listed as Mark born 9 May 1628. Anthony's only listed Mayflower connection is thru his wife Abigail Warren, where his name does appear, but no parentage. Anthony and Nicholas might be brothers, but have, as yet, found no definitive info.

Sources: Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Directory: Immigrants to New England, 1620–1640 A Concise Compendium (Jun 2015) p 313 He cites: The Mayflower descendant: a quarterly magazine of Pilgrim genealogy and history Vol 13 p 85 (citation for marriage) Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England , Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer, eds., 12 volumes in 10 (Boston 1855 – 1861) 1:83 The Genealogical Advertiser, v. 1-4 (Cambridge, 1898-1901; rpt. Baltimore, GPC, 1974) 3:90 L. Effingham deForest and Anne Lawrence deForest, Moore and Allied Families: The Ancestry of William Henry Moore (New York 1938) p 470-76 Mayflower Families (the "silver" books) 8: 7-8

For Nicholas Snow see: Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Directory: Immigrants to New England, 1620–1640 A Concise Compendium (Jun 2015) p 313 Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 , 3 volumes (Boston 1995) 1701-4; PM 428-32 The Mayflower descendant: a quarterly magazine of Pilgrim genealogy and history 62:39-41

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Anthony Snow's Timeline

1615
1615
Islington, Middlesex, England
1645
July 14, 1645
Age 30
Sandwich, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
1651
March 10, 1651
Age 36
Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
May 1651
Age 36
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
1655
March 25, 1655
Age 40
Plymouth, Massachusetts
1657
January 18, 1657
Age 42
Marshfield, Plymouth
1692
August 31, 1692
Age 77
Marshfield, Plymouth County, Province of Massachusetts
1692
Age 77
Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
1994
November 18, 1994
Age 77