• [S324] U.S. Census Kentucky 1850, W H Roseberry, Shelby County, District 1, August 18, 1850, Page 288B, Dwelling 231, Family 231, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    W H Roseberry, age 40, male, wagon maker, born Kentucky
    M Roseberry, age 34, female, born Kentucky
    C F Roseberry, age 18, female, born Kentucky
    T A Roseberry, age 15, female, born Kentucky
    W Roseberry, age 12, male, born Kentucky
    C Roseberry, age 6, male, born Kentucky
    A Roseberry, age 2, female, born Kentucky
    M Snooks, age 22, male, blacksmith, born Kentucky,.
  • [S450] Gerald E Snook, letter to Garril L Kueber, July 3, 1991.
  • [S470] Annie Walker Burns, Record of Marriages in Henry Co Kentucky 1798-1851
    Snook, Martin and Griffith, Elen, March 25, 1820 Bondsman- Hill, Cornelius
    Cook, Seth and Monfort, Lidia (father, John), October 8, 1841 Bondsman- Jesse Cook.
  • [S475] Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Volume VII (Excerpt from Volume VII of Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, originally published about 1890), Page 244, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,
    VAN BUREN SNOOK, a native of Franklin County, Ky., was born on March 1, 1835. His parents, Martin and Jane (White) Snook, were born respectively in Ohio and Virginia, and were of German and English descent. Martin Snook was born in 1780, served in the war of 1812, came from New York to Franklin County, Ky., in 1820, was a substantial farmer, and died in 1845. He was married three times. His first wife bore no children. His second wife bore him eight children, of whom seven lived to be grown; she was the widow of Geipeth Onan. George White, the maternal grandfather of VanBuren Snook, and a native of Virginia, settled on Benson Creek, Shelby County, Ky., about the beginning of the present century. His daughter, Mrs. Jane Snook, was born in 1811, and is still living. Van Buren Snook was reared on the home farm in Franklin County, and removed to his present farm of 308 acres, four miles northwest of Eminence, Shelby County, in 1857. He raises stock extensively, is a successful farmer, and is a member of the Masonic fraternity, and the Baptist Church at Eminence. March 19, 1857, he married Miss Sarah Duncan, of Franklin County, and there have been born to him six children: Walker, Winifred, Sydney, Jennie, Marion, and Duncan.
  • [S726] U.S. Census Kentucky 1900, Allen M Snook, Shelby County, Christiansburg, ED 72, June 5, 1900, Sheet 2B, Dwelling 29, Family 30, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Snook, Allen M, born Oct, 1824, age 75 married 48 years, born Kentucky, father born Ohio, mother born Kentucky, farmer
    Snook, Hariott, wife, born Apr, 1832, age 68, married 48 years, 3 children, 3 children living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Gravier, James J, nephew, born Jan, 1872, age 28, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S958] Interview of Gerald E Snook, Garril Kueber, July 3, 1991 (telephone New Orleans to Cleveland).
    Gerald 'Jerry' E Snook, work phone 216-344-4027.

    Marts Snook was a brother of his 3g-grandfather. They lived in Hunterdon Co, NJ (Amwell Twp), west of Princeton. The next door family was named Marts. The Snooks came to So Lebanon, Ohio in 1803. Marts married Eleanor Kindel in 1814.

    Marts Snook's ancestry:
    parents John M Snook and Hannah Coolback from Hunterdon Co (Cuebel in German).
    paternal grandparents John Snook (his brother Philip Snook was a captain in the Rev. War) and Else Rockefeller. maternal grandfather William Coolback (served in the Rev War)
    great grandparents Johan Willem Snoek and Katron Folleprytn?. They emigrated from Germany in early 1720's. Johan was naturalized in 1730 with the naturalized name of William. They witnessed a baptism in the Dutch Reformed Church in 1725.

    Cousin Frank Mounts has much more info on computer. Other cousins are Paul Smith and Richard Weaver.
  • [S1296] James H Snook, Kentucky Archives Death Certificate Microfilm 7016157 Death Certificate No. 23262, died July 1, 1913, Frankfort, Kentucky, Kentucky Archives,
    James H Snook, died 1 Jul 1913 (stamp says DELAY) (attending physician statement says last seen alive 5 Jul 1913, died at 3:30 am). Died in Bagdad, age 85 years, 8 months, 9 days (disagrees with birthdate. Born 27 Nov 1829 in Ohio. Father Martin Snook, born Ohio. Mother Onan, born Kentucky. Married. Buried Bagdad Cemetery. Cause- hypertrophy of heart. Informant - Mrs Snook.
  • [S1322] Absalom Crook, Will Book A2, Pages 387-389, page 8. William Scroggins Notes on Absalom Crook, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,
    In the name of God Amen I Absalom Crooke of Madison County in the State of Kentucky being sick and weak, but of sound mind and memory thanks be to god therefore calling to mind the uncertainty of this life and that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in the following manner, make null and void all other Wills by me made hereafter. First and principally I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it me, and my body to the Earth to be buryed in a decent and Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. And as to what worldly Estate it hath pleased God to bless me with I dispose of in the following manner. Viz/Imprim. I will that all my Just Debts and funeral expences be first paid. Item I give unto my dearly beloving wife Maryan Crooke the plantation I now dwell Containing one hundred acres by deed be the same more or less and the said land to be by her freely enjoyed and possessed during her being a Widow, and if she marries or at her death my desire is that the said tract of land be equally divided between my two eldest sons in quantity and quality namely Zachariah Crooke and Hezekiah Crooke to remain to them and their heirs forever. Also I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife Maryan Crooke one negro Girl that I have a bond for upon Mr James Hendricks to be by her freely enjoyed and possessed during her life at her death my desire is that the said negro Gril shall be left to my son John Crooke to him and his heirs forever She and her increase. Item I give unto my daughters, Betsy Crooke Polly Crooke and Sealy Crooke one feather Bed and furniture to each of them, equal to those of their former Sisters who is married and gone from me, together with each of them a good cow and calf, the above mentioned property to be delivered to them at the day of their or either of their Marriages or at the ages of twenty one years if they so long remain single, and all the rest of my property is to be my wifes during her life time and at her death to be equally divided among my Children. Item as for my daughters Anna Strang & Casa Coller & Sally Pollard I consider I have give them their equal Share of my estate, so far, until my wifes death and after her death the property to be equally divided among all my Children, Anna Strange and Casa Coller and Sally Pollard and Zachariah Crooke and Hezekiah Crooke and Betsy Crooke and Polly Crooke and Sally Crooke and John Crooke and lastly I constitute and appooint my wife Maryan Crooke and Zachariah Crooke and Hezekiah Crooke, my two Sons to be the whole and Executors of this my last Will and Testament left at their own discretion without giving Security or having appraisemnt or sale. In Witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 25th day of May one Thousand eight hundred and three.

    whereas I have received Girl of James Hendricks named Priss which I wish disposed of as is mentioned in this my last Will April 9th 1805
    Absalom Crooke (Seal)
    Signed Sealed & Delivered in presence of John Smith Senior, John Crooke, Elisha Pollard, Hum. Jones, Joshua M Fowler

    At a court held for Madison County on Monday the 2nd day of February 1807.
    This Will was proved to be the last will and Testament of Absalom Crooke deceased by the oath of John Crooke and Humphrey Jones Witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded
    Atteste Will Irvine CMC.
  • [S1359] Index to Warren Co, Ohio Marriages page 85, #661 and page 90, #702, Marriage of Marts Snook and Eleanor Kindel, Cincinnati, Ohio Public Library.
    Marts Snook and Eleanor Kindel 9 Jun 1814
    Marts Snook and Eleanor Kindel 2 Jun 1814.
  • [S1475] U.S. Census, Kentucky, 1820, Martin Snook, Shelby County, 1820, Page 174, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Martin Snook
    age 26-45: male 1 (Martin)
    age 16-26: female 1 (wife-Elen Griffith?)
    age To 10: female 1 (??)
    Occupations: 1 engaged in agriculture.,.
  • [S1769] Judy Tooman, Descendants of William Snook, Garril Louis Kueber Sr, sent April 22, 2000,.
  • [S1800] Martin Snook and Elen Griffith, marriage license and bond, March 25, 1820, Kentucky, Henry Co Marriage License & Bonds, Henry Co 1816-1820, film no. 829278, Latter Day Saints Church, Salt Lake City, Utah,
    Bond: Martin Snook and Cornelius B (smudged) 25 March 1820. Martin Snook and Elen Griffith of this county both of full age. Signed by Martin Snook and Cornelius B (but could by Rice). The clerk's office typed the names on the bottom of each bond. They typed Martin Snook & Eliza Griffith on the bottom. Looking at the handwriting on the bond it could be eliza but it looks more like Elen.
  • [S1940] Marts Snook and Eleanor Kindel, marriage return, June 9, 1814, Ohio, Warren Co, Probate Court, Marriage Returns 1803-1825 film no. 1510031, Latter Day Saints Church, Salt Lake City, Utah,
    was joined in marriage on the 9 of June 1814 Marts Snook and Eleanor Kindll by Pierce Mitchell JP.
  • [S2049] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on Jones Johnson (1792-1845), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated March 17, 1997,Franklin County, Kentucky,Jones Johnson deed 1824,pages 7-8,
    Jones Johnson owned a tract of land in Franklin County, Kentucky, on the headwaters of Big Benson Creek prior to 12 November 1824 when he and his wife Mary Johnson sold it to Collier Brown. Although they were enumerated as residents of Shelby County on the 1820 and 1830 censuses, the deed identified them as residents of Franklin County:

         p.35, Indenture, November 12, 1824, Jones Johnson and Mary Johnson, his wife, of Franklin County, Kentucky, to Collier Brown of Woodford County, Kentucky, for $150, a tract in Franklin County on the head waters of Big Benson Creek, beginning corner to John Mitchell, thence northeast. Recorded by the Kentucky Court of Appeals, October [?] 12, 1824, at which time Mary Johnson relinquished her rights of dower.
    ,.
  • [S2050] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on Jones Johnson (1792-1845), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated March 17, 1997,Shelby County, Kentucky,Jones Johnson deed 1837,page 8,
    On 27 April 1837 Jones Johnson of Shelby County, Kentucky, sold 1 1/8 acres in Shelby County on the waters of Benson Creek to William H. Constantine of Shelby County for $105. The lot was on the south side of the road from New Castle to Frankfort and bounded from a stone in the line of J. B. Russell along the south side of the road 22 poles to the line of Jones Johnson, then southwardly on that line 7 1/3 poles to a corner of Jones Johnson, then eastwardly 22 poles to the line of J. B. Russell, then with his line northwardly 7 1/3 poles to the beginning. The deed was signed Jones Johnson and acknowledged by him in Shelby County Court on 27 April 1837. (Deed Book E2, page 68),.
  • [S2057] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on Jones Johnson (1792-1845), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated March 17, 1997,Shelby County, Kentucky,Jones Johnson three deeds 1844,page 9,
    Jones and Polly Johnson were living in Franklin County, Kentucky, on 09 August 1844, when they conveyed to Henry Bohannon, executor of Edmund Johnson, deceased, of Shelby County, for $1200 previously received from the deceased, 40 acres on Six Mile Creek in Shelby County bounded by John Radford, then north 89 7/8, east 921/10 poles to James Miles, north 1 5/8, west 69 3/4 poles to James Miles, south 898/10, west 92 2/10 poles to Betsy Neal, south 1 5/8, east 69 1/2 poles to the beginning. The deed was signed by Jones Johnson and marked by Polly Johnson and acknowledged by them in Franklin County Court on the same day, when Polly was examined privately for her concurrence. (Deed Book K2, page 197)

    Logan Johnson apparently was living in Henry County, Kentucky, in 1844. A conveyance from William L. Johnson of Henry County that year, which did not give the day or month, conveyed for 1 cent to Henry Bohannon of Shelby County, executor of Edmund Johnson, deceased, 52 1/2 acres in Shelby County on Six Mile Creek bounded by on the east by John Radford, the north by Jones Johnson, the west by William and Abraham Miles and Abraham Cook, Sr., and on the south by Abraham Cook, Sr. The deed was signed by William L. Johnson who acknowledged it in Henry County Court on 13 September 1844.

    On 10 August 1844 Samuel and Sarah Miles sold land in Shelby County to John W. Gale that adjoined John Johnson, Betsy Neal and a lot belonging to Indian Fork Church. On the same day Henry Bohannon, executor of Edmund Johnson, sold land in Shelby County to John W. Gale that adjoined Betsy Neal and James Miles. n,.
  • [S2074] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on Absalom Crook (1742-1806), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated June 19, 1998,Madison County, Kentucky,Absalom Crook's will,pages 8-9,
    In the name of God Amen I Absalom Crooke of Madison County in the State of Kentucky being sick and weak, but of sound mind and memory thanks be to god therefore calling to mind the uncertainty of this life and that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in the following manner, make null and void all other Wills by me made hereafter. First and principally I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it me, and my body to the Earth to be buryed in a decent and Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. And as to what worldly Estate it hath pleased God to bless me with I dispose of in the following manner. Viz/ Imprim. I will that all my Just Debts and funeral expences be first paid. Item I give unto my dearly beloving wife Maryan Crooke the plantation I now dwell Containing one hundred acres by deed be the same more or less and the said land to be by her freely enjoyed and possessed during her being a Widow, and if she marries or at her death my desire is that the said tract of land be equally divided between my two eldest sons in quantity and quality namely Zachariah Crooke and Hezekiah Crooke to remain to them and their heirs forever Also I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife Maryan Crooke one negro Girl that I have a bond for upon Mr James Hendricks to be by her freely enjoyed and possessed during her life at her death my desire is that the said negro Girl shall be left to my son John Crooke to him and his heirs forever She and her increase. Item I give unto my daughters, Betsy Crooke Polly Crooke and Sealy Crooke one feather Bed and furniture to each of them, equal to those of their former Sisters who is married and gone from me, together with each of them a good cow and calf, the above mentioned property to be delivered to them at the day of their or either of their Marriages or at the ages of twenty one years if they so long remain single, and all the rest of my property is to be my wifes during her life time and at her death to be equally divided among my Children. Item as for my daughters Anna Strang & Casa Coller & Sally Pollard I consider I have give them their equal Share of my estate, so far, until my wifes death and after her death the property to be equally divided among all my Children, Anna Strange and Casa Coller and Sally Pollard and Zachariah Crooke and Hezekiah Crooke and Betsy Crooke and Polly Crooke and Sally Crooke and John Crooke and lastly I constitute and appoint my wife Maryan Crooke and Zachariah Crooke and Hezekiah Crooke, my two Sons to be the whole and Executors of this my last Will and Testament left at their own discretion without giving Security or having appraisement or sale. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 25th day of May one Thousand eight hundred and three

         Whereas I have received Girl of James Hendricks named Priss which I wish disposed of as is mentioned in this my last Will April 9th 1805
         Signed Sealed & Delivered
         In presence of                               Absalom Crooke (Seal)
         John Smith Senior
         John Crooke
         Elisha Pollard
         Hum. Jones
         Joshua M Fowler

         At a Court held for Madison County on Monday the 2nd day of February 1807.
         This Will was proved to be the last will and Testament of Absalom Crooke      deceased by the oath of John Crooke and Humphrey Jones Witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded
                             Atteste Will Irvine CMC,.
  • [S2591] U.S. Census Kentucky 1860, Robert Pulliam, Franklin County, District 2, July 14, 1860, Page 81, Dwelling 589, Family 578, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Robert Pulliam, male, age 37, farmer, real estate 400, personal property, 600, born Kentucky
    Lucinda Pulliam, female, age 35, born Kentucky
    Mary Pulliam, female, age 16, born Kentucky
    Nancy E Pulliam, female, age 14, born Kentucky
    Thomas Pulliam, male, age 12, born Kentucky
    Margaret Y? Pulliam, female, age 10, born Kentucky
    John W Pulliam, male, age 18, laborer, born Kentucky
    James M Pulliam, male, age 15, laborer, born Kentucky,.
  • [S2717] U.S. Census Kentucky 1830, Jones Johnson, Shelby County, 1830, Page 263, north of road from Louisville to Frankfort, Ancestry.com Census Images, Micropublication M19, Reel 41, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Jones Johnson
    males 30 to 40: 1
    males 5 to 10: 1
    males under 5: 2
    females 40 to 50: 1
    females 10 to 15: 3
    females 5 to 10: 1,.
  • [S17571] Descendents of John Snook, this source may be viewed at http://fadedintothemistsoftime.com/MG5/Snook/JamesHSnook/DescendantsofJohnSnook.htm, reviewed update of December 15, 2015.