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Thomas Snelson1

M, #182, Deceased, b. 1724, d. April 1773

Person Exhibits

Farndon St Chad's - Civil War Window
  • Consanguinity: 6th great-uncle of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Birth: Thomas Snelson was born in 1724 in Farndon.
  • Christening: Thomas was christened on 29 March 1725 in All Saints, Gresford.2
  • Biography:

    I have assumed that this is the Thomas who was the son of William and Margerett - because we have searched Shocklach ( where he lived at the time of his marriage to Mary Pritchard ) and Farndon and Tilston registers 1740-30 without finding any Snelsons at all.

    [:CR:].
  • Marriage: Thomas Snelson was married on 24 November 1757 in parish church, St. Chad's, Farndon.3,4
  • Residence: He resided in Shocklach, Cheshire, in 1757.3
  • Burial: Thomas's remains were buried on 11 April 1773 in the parish church graveyard, St. Chad's, Farndon.4
  • Death: He died in April 1773, at age ~49, in Farndon.
  • Last Edited: 6 February 2020 19:04:03

Citations

  1. [S404] Gresford Parish Registers 1714-1754 and 1740-72, Memo: Annotation: Gresford Parish Registers 1714-1754 (m.) 1714-1772

    Baptisms
    --------
    10 Sep 1721 Snellson William s. William Gwersyllt
    29 Mar 1724 Snellson Thomas s. William Gwersyllt
    7 Feb 1726 Snellson Elinor d. William Llay
    3 Sep 1727 Bennion George s. William
    2 Oct 1731 Bennion Jacob s. William
    19 Sep 1735 Snellson Edward s. William Llay
    16 Nov 1735 Snellson Mary d. William
    20 Dec 1736 Snellson James s. James
    18 Feb 1738 Snellson William s. James Gwersyllt

    Marriages
    ---------
    12 Jan William Snellson otp & Margarett Edwards otp Banns
    Burials
    -------
    23 Oct 1723 Bennion George bur. Pulton Pa of Pulford Ches
    2 Oct 1727 Bennion Martha bur. w/o George, Poulton
    12 Oct 1727 Bennion bur. d/o John Llay
    23 Jan 1729 Bennion George bur. Poulton
    9 Aug 1737 Snellson James bur. s/o William Burton
    12 Aug 1740 Snelson James bur. Pauper Gwersyllt
    3 Jun 1745 Snelson James bur. s/o James Pauper Gwersyllt
    20 Apr 1741 Snelson Margaret bur. Burton
    24 Mar 1743 Snelson Mary bur. d/o William Burton
    6 Jan 1761 Snelson Sarah bur. Burton Green
    Baptisms
    --------
    12 Apr 1748 Snelson John chr s. William LLay
    1 Sep 1745 Snelson Mary d. William Llay
    Marriages
    ---------
    7 Dec 1747 John Morgan, Wrexham & Mary Snelson otp
    30 Jan 1742 William Snelson & Sarah Davies
  2. [S52] Gresford Baptisms 1720-39, R3-0844, Memo: Annotation: Gresford Baptisms 1720-39

    in PD/34/1/69 on Reel 601

    p.11 10 Sep 1721 William the son of William SNELLSON (sic) Gwersylt
    p.13 29 Mar 1724 Thomas the son of William SNELLSON (sic)
    p.17 7 Feb 1726/27 Elinor ye Daughter of William SNELLSON (sic) of Llay !
    p.29 14 Sep 1735 Edward the son of William SNELSON (sic)
    p.30 16 Nov 1735 Mary the daughter of William SNELLSON (sic)
  3. [S262] Letter from Eileen Simpson dated 30 September 1990
  4. [S41] Farndon Register ( C.B. mixed) 1772-1783, Source Element: R3-813
    Memo: Annotation: Farndon Register ( C.B. mixed) 1772-1783

    in P45/1/2 on Mf 152/1

    p78 11 Apr 1773 buried Thomas Snelson of Farndon
    p79 26 Sep 1773 christened Thomas son of Thomas & Mary SNELSON

    N.B. this entry inserted out of sequence

    p87 28 May 1780 chr Phoebe base daughter of Mary SNELSON of Farndon
    p89 9 Dec 1781 chr Elizabeth base daughter of Mary SNELSON of Farndon

Biography

Elizabeth Snelson1

F, #184, Deceased, b. January 1857, d. 12 October 1857
  • Consanguinity: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Elizabeth Snelson had reference number SNELE$57.
  • Birth: She was born in January 1857.
  • Christening: Elizabeth was christened in St. Mary's, Chester.
  • Death: She died on 12 October 1857, at age 0.2
  • Burial: She was buried on 15 October 1857 in Chester General Cemetery, Overleigh, Description: Daughter of Edward & Ann Snelson
    Age: 9 m
    Address: Handbridge
    Parish: St Mary on the Hill
    Date of Death: 12/10/1857
    Date of Burial: 15/10/1857
    Grave Number: R1214
    Page Number: 102
    Consecrated: True
    Cemetery Register: DCE/1/1
    Running Number: 2398.3,1
  • Residence: She resided in Handbridge, Chester, St. Mary's, in 1857.
  • Last Edited: 1 September 2020 22:25:34

Citations

  1. [S688] Overleigh Cemetery 1850-1897, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Cemetery 1850-1897


    Snelson William Handbridge 1454 1855

    Snelson Sarah Pepper Street 1480 1855

    Snelson Elizabeth Handbridge 1912 1856

    Snelson Elizabeth Handbridge 2398 1857

    Snelson Walter Handbridge 2960 1858

    Snelson Sam'l Handbridge 4023 1860

    Snelson Edward Handbridge 308 1876

    Snelson Lucy Handbridge 3757 1880

    Snelson Samuel Handbridge 3757 1880

    Snelson Mary Handbridge 6095 1883

    Snelson Harry Pycroft Street 741 1885

    Snelson Margaret Handbridge 1002 1885

    Snelson Ann Pepper Street 2555 1887

    Snelson John St John Street 3624 1889

    Snelson Annie Handbridge 3680 1889

    Snelson Anne Handbridge 4581 1890

    Snelson Mary 57 Bridge Street Row 5201

    Snelson George 25 Handbridge 5701
  2. [S67] Overleigh Grave 1214 (found by Richard Snelson), Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Grave 1214 (found by Richard Snelson)

    Page 102

    Elizabeth Snelson dau Edward & Ann Snelson Handbridge
    died 12 Oct 1857 aged 9 months

    Walter Snelson son of Edward and Ann Snelson Handbridge
    died 23 Oct 1856 aged 3 weeks

    Samuel Snelson Cabinet Maker Handbridge
    died 27 Oct 1860 aged 46

    Elizabeth Ann Snelson dau Edward & Elizabethh Ann Snelson
    died 24 Nov 1866 aged 13 months

    Edward Snelson Cordwainer Handbridge
    died 8 Jan 1875 aged 55

    Ann Snelson Widow of Edward Snelson Handbridge
    died 23 Aug 1890 aged 59

    Elizabeth Dickens Spinster St. John's Hospital
    died 15 Aug 1890 aged 90
  3. [S224] Overleigh Cemetery Records 1850-1875, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Cemetery Records 1850-1875


    The Cemetery opened in 1850.


    William Snelson Handbridge 36 d. 28 Oct 1855 Cowkeeper

    Sarah Snelson Pepper St 67 d. 21 Nov 1855 Widow of James the Baker

    Elizabeth Snelson Handbridge 9m d 31 Oct 1856 dau William & Margaret

    Elizabeth Snelson Handbridge 9m d 12 Oct 1857 dau Edward and Ann

    Walter Snelson Handbridge 3 weeks d. 23 Oct 1858

    Samuel Snelson Handbridge 46 d. 27 Oct 1860 Cabinet Maker

    John Snelson Handbridge 24 d. 1 May 1867 Coach Wheeler

    John Snelson King St. ( St Oswald's ) 61 d. 17 Jun 1874 Labourer bur. 20 Jun
    1874

Biography

Walter Snelson1

M, #185, Deceased, b. 1 October 1858, d. 23 October 1858
  • Consanguinity: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Walter Snelson had reference number SNELW$58.
  • Birth: He was born on 1 October 1858 in 1 Greenway Street, Chester.2
  • Death: He died on 23 October 1858, at age 0.3
  • Burial: Walter's remains were buried on 27 October 1858 in Grave 1213/102, Chester General Cemetery, Chester.4,1

Citations

  1. [S688] Overleigh Cemetery 1850-1897, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Cemetery 1850-1897


    Snelson William Handbridge 1454 1855

    Snelson Sarah Pepper Street 1480 1855

    Snelson Elizabeth Handbridge 1912 1856

    Snelson Elizabeth Handbridge 2398 1857

    Snelson Walter Handbridge 2960 1858

    Snelson Sam'l Handbridge 4023 1860

    Snelson Edward Handbridge 308 1876

    Snelson Lucy Handbridge 3757 1880

    Snelson Samuel Handbridge 3757 1880

    Snelson Mary Handbridge 6095 1883

    Snelson Harry Pycroft Street 741 1885

    Snelson Margaret Handbridge 1002 1885

    Snelson Ann Pepper Street 2555 1887

    Snelson John St John Street 3624 1889

    Snelson Annie Handbridge 3680 1889

    Snelson Anne Handbridge 4581 1890

    Snelson Mary 57 Bridge Street Row 5201

    Snelson George 25 Handbridge 5701
  2. [S212] According to Richard Snelson
  3. [S67] Overleigh Grave 1214 (found by Richard Snelson), Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Grave 1214 (found by Richard Snelson)

    Page 102

    Elizabeth Snelson dau Edward & Ann Snelson Handbridge
    died 12 Oct 1857 aged 9 months

    Walter Snelson son of Edward and Ann Snelson Handbridge
    died 23 Oct 1856 aged 3 weeks

    Samuel Snelson Cabinet Maker Handbridge
    died 27 Oct 1860 aged 46

    Elizabeth Ann Snelson dau Edward & Elizabethh Ann Snelson
    died 24 Nov 1866 aged 13 months

    Edward Snelson Cordwainer Handbridge
    died 8 Jan 1875 aged 55

    Ann Snelson Widow of Edward Snelson Handbridge
    died 23 Aug 1890 aged 59

    Elizabeth Dickens Spinster St. John's Hospital
    died 15 Aug 1890 aged 90
  4. [S224] Overleigh Cemetery Records 1850-1875, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Cemetery Records 1850-1875


    The Cemetery opened in 1850.


    William Snelson Handbridge 36 d. 28 Oct 1855 Cowkeeper

    Sarah Snelson Pepper St 67 d. 21 Nov 1855 Widow of James the Baker

    Elizabeth Snelson Handbridge 9m d 31 Oct 1856 dau William & Margaret

    Elizabeth Snelson Handbridge 9m d 12 Oct 1857 dau Edward and Ann

    Walter Snelson Handbridge 3 weeks d. 23 Oct 1858

    Samuel Snelson Handbridge 46 d. 27 Oct 1860 Cabinet Maker

    John Snelson Handbridge 24 d. 1 May 1867 Coach Wheeler

    John Snelson King St. ( St Oswald's ) 61 d. 17 Jun 1874 Labourer bur. 20 Jun
    1874

Biography

Elizabeth Ann Snelson

F, #186, Deceased, b. about November 1865, d. 24 November 1866
  • Consanguinity: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Elizabeth Ann Snelson had reference number SNELEA65.
  • Christening: Elizabeth Ann was christened on 12 November 1865 in St. Mary's, Chester.1
  • Birth: She was born about November 1865 in Great Boughton, Cheshire.2
  • Death: She died on 24 November 1866.3
  • Burial: She was buried on 27 November 1866 in Grave 1214/102, Chester General Cemetery, Overleigh, Description: Daughter of Edward & E. A. Snelson
    Age: 13 m
    Address: Handbridge
    Parish: St Mary on the Hill
    Date of Death: 24/11/1866
    Date of Burial: 27/11/1866
    Grave Number: R1214
    Page Number: 102
    Consecrated: True
    Cemetery Register: DCE/1/2
    Running Number: 1143.
  • Last Edited: 3 September 2020 21:53:02

Citations

  1. [S194] Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1856
  2. [S226] St. Catherine's House Indexes
  3. [S67] Overleigh Grave 1214 (found by Richard Snelson), Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Grave 1214 (found by Richard Snelson)

    Page 102

    Elizabeth Snelson dau Edward & Ann Snelson Handbridge
    died 12 Oct 1857 aged 9 months

    Walter Snelson son of Edward and Ann Snelson Handbridge
    died 23 Oct 1856 aged 3 weeks

    Samuel Snelson Cabinet Maker Handbridge
    died 27 Oct 1860 aged 46

    Elizabeth Ann Snelson dau Edward & Elizabethh Ann Snelson
    died 24 Nov 1866 aged 13 months

    Edward Snelson Cordwainer Handbridge
    died 8 Jan 1875 aged 55

    Ann Snelson Widow of Edward Snelson Handbridge
    died 23 Aug 1890 aged 59

    Elizabeth Dickens Spinster St. John's Hospital
    died 15 Aug 1890 aged 90

Biography

Elizabeth Snelson1

F, #187, Deceased, b. 3 February 1856, d. 4 November 1856
  • Consanguinity: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Elizabeth Snelson had reference number SNELE$56.
  • Birth: She was born on 3 February 1856.2
  • Biography: There is some confusion here. I will have to ask my cousin Richard to help me sort it out. I have date of death as 8 October 1856, but my cemetery records say ( Grave 1047 Overleigh )

    "Description: Elizabeth Snelson
    Daughter of William & Margaret Snelson
    Age: 9 mths
    Address: Handbridge
    Parish: St Mary on the Hill
    Date of Death: 04/11/1856
    Date of Burial: 08/11/1856
    Grave Number: P1047
    Page Number: 88
    Consecrated: True
    Cemetery Register: DCE/1/1
    Running Number: 1912"

    So I have different dates of death. The data gathered by Richard on Wednesday 29 March confirms the date of death as 31 October 1856.

    Secondly, Richard's St. Mary Baptisms show Elizabeth dau of William and Margaret Snelson, cowkeeper, Handbridge, bapt. 2 Oct 1853 ! I just wonder whether we have two families here ? Or perhaps, just two daughters with the same name ?
  • Death: She died on 4 November 1856, at age 0, in Handbridge.3
  • Burial: Elizabeth's remains were buried on 8 November 1856 in Grave I047, Chester General Cemetery, Overleigh, Description: Daughter of William & Margaret Snelson
    Age: 9 mths
    Address: Handbridge
    Parish: St Mary on the Hill
    Date of Death: 04/11/1856
    Date of Burial: 08/11/1856
    Grave Number: P1047
    Page Number: 88
    Consecrated: True
    Cemetery Register: DCE/1/1
    Running Number: 1912.4,5,1
  • Last Edited: 1 September 2020 19:49:31

Citations

  1. [S688] Overleigh Cemetery 1850-1897, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Cemetery 1850-1897


    Snelson William Handbridge 1454 1855

    Snelson Sarah Pepper Street 1480 1855

    Snelson Elizabeth Handbridge 1912 1856

    Snelson Elizabeth Handbridge 2398 1857

    Snelson Walter Handbridge 2960 1858

    Snelson Sam'l Handbridge 4023 1860

    Snelson Edward Handbridge 308 1876

    Snelson Lucy Handbridge 3757 1880

    Snelson Samuel Handbridge 3757 1880

    Snelson Mary Handbridge 6095 1883

    Snelson Harry Pycroft Street 741 1885

    Snelson Margaret Handbridge 1002 1885

    Snelson Ann Pepper Street 2555 1887

    Snelson John St John Street 3624 1889

    Snelson Annie Handbridge 3680 1889

    Snelson Anne Handbridge 4581 1890

    Snelson Mary 57 Bridge Street Row 5201

    Snelson George 25 Handbridge 5701
  2. [S193] Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1843-1856, Memo: Annotation: Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1843-1856

    mf 98/2 & 3

    p23 no 184 18 Dec 1844 Thomas son of Samuel and Margret
    Snelson, cabinet maker, Belgrave Place, Handbridge

    p52 no 413 3 Jan 1847 Edward son of Samuel and Margret
    Snelson, cabinet maker, Handbridge

    p90 no 713 6 May 1849 William son of William and Margaret
    Snelson, farmer, Eaton Road Handbridge

    p92 no 734 1 Jul 1849 Samuel son of Samuel and Margaret
    Snelson, cabinet maker, Handbridge

    p120 no 954 6 Apr 1851 George son of William and Margaret
    Snelson, cowkeeper, Handbridge

    p141 no 1124 10 Apr 1852 Hannah dau of Samuel and Margaret
    Snelson, cabinet maker, Handbridge

    p164 no 1312 2 Oct 1853 Elizabeth dau of William and Margaret
    Snelson, cowkeeper, Handbridge

    p183 no 1464 7 Dec 1854 Harry son of Edward and Ann Snelson,
    shoemaker, Handbridge

    p197 no 1570 3 Feb 1856 Elizabeth dau of William and Margaret
    Snelson, cowkeeper, Handbridge
  3. [S689] Chester Cemetery Register 1850-65
  4. [S224] Overleigh Cemetery Records 1850-1875, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Cemetery Records 1850-1875


    The Cemetery opened in 1850.


    William Snelson Handbridge 36 d. 28 Oct 1855 Cowkeeper

    Sarah Snelson Pepper St 67 d. 21 Nov 1855 Widow of James the Baker

    Elizabeth Snelson Handbridge 9m d 31 Oct 1856 dau William & Margaret

    Elizabeth Snelson Handbridge 9m d 12 Oct 1857 dau Edward and Ann

    Walter Snelson Handbridge 3 weeks d. 23 Oct 1858

    Samuel Snelson Handbridge 46 d. 27 Oct 1860 Cabinet Maker

    John Snelson Handbridge 24 d. 1 May 1867 Coach Wheeler

    John Snelson King St. ( St Oswald's ) 61 d. 17 Jun 1874 Labourer bur. 20 Jun
    1874
  5. [S68] Overleigh Grave 1047, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Grave 1047 (1971 letter from Parks&Cems Supt.)

    William Snelson Cowkeeper Handbridge died 28 Oct 1855 aged 36

    Elizabeth Snelson daughter of William and Margaret Snelson Curzon Park Chester
    died 31 Oct 1856 aged 9 months

    William Snelson 31 Hartington St Handbridge Chester died 30 Jan 1900 aged 50
    years. ( The Oddfellows erected a head stone to him ).

    Eliza Jane Snelson 57 Hoole Lane Chester died 26 Jan 1922 aged 73

    Emma Sumpter 54 Trafford Street Chester died 12 May 1946 aged 65 years

    Henry Sumpter 54 Trafford St Chester died 14 Nov 1946 aged 69

Biography

Emma Snelson1

F, #189, Deceased, b. 18 January 1881, d. 12 May 1946

Person Exhibits

Emma Sumpter (nee Snelson) 1880-1946
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Name: Emma Snelson was also known as Emma Sumpter.
  • Birth: She was born on 18 January 1881 in 105 Handbridge, Chester.2,3
  • Biography: She commenced school at St. Mary Junior Girls, Handbridge on 20 August 1888, when she was described as the daughter of William Snelson of the Grosvenor Arms.

    Elizabeth Ann Sumpter was a witness at the wedding.
    [:CR:].
  • Witness: She and William Snelson witnessed the marriage of Hannah Snelson on 28 June 1898 in St. Mary's, Chester.4,5
  • Marriage: Emma Snelson was married on 4 February 1902 in parish church, Hoole, All Saints, Cheshire.4,1
  • Residence: She resided in 22 Charles Street, Chester, in 1902.1
  • Residence: She resided in 54 Trafford Street, Chester, about 1918.
  • Death: She died on 12 May 1946, at age 65, in 54 Trafford St, Chester, Cheshire.6
  • Burial: She was buried on 14 May 1946 Age: 65 y
    Address: 54 Trafford Street, Chester
    Parish:
    Date of Death: 12/05/1946
    Date of Burial: 16/05/1946
    Grave Number: P1047
    Page Number: 88
    Consecrated: True
    Cemetery Register: DCE1/10
    Running Number: 9037 in Chester General Cemetery, Chester.6

Census

Census 1881Emma Snelson Id #189 (Daughter) was at home on Census night 4 April 1881 at 99 Handbridge, Chester; and he is described as a house carpenter.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Head), William Snelson (Son), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), Hannah Snelson (Daughter), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Margaret Snelson (Daughter), and George Snelson (Brother)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 193, 196, 198, 199, 1,336, 1,643, and 115

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 7
Census 1891Emma Snelson Id #189 (Daughter) was at home on Census night 1891 at Oulton Place, St. Oswald, Chester; He is described as a joiner.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), and John Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 196, 193, 199, 1,336, and 194

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 8
  • Last Edited: 5 September 2020 15:50:24

Citations

  1. [S806] Letter from Tony Fox dated 10 December 1992, Source Element: R3-7227
  2. [S149] Chester, St. Mary Junior Girls School, Handbridge, Memo: Annotation: Chester, St. Mary Junior Girls School, Handbridge


    380 Annie Snelson b. 12 Oct 1875 ad. 9 Apr 1883 3 Pyecroft Street

    573 Eliza Snelson b. 18 Jul 1879 ad. 2 May 1887, re-ad 3 Mar 1890, ex
    Handbridge Infants, dau. of William Snelson

    658 Emma Snelson b. 18 Dec 1880 ad. 20 Aug 1888, ex Handbridge Infants,
    dau of William, Grosvenor Arms.

    715 Nancy Snelson b. 23 Dec 1883 ad. 5 May 1890, 31 Bradford Street, ex
    Handbridge Infants (St. Mary's),

    Grade 2 1892

    2377 Sarah Snelson b. 19 Nov 1917 ad. 25 Aug 1924 29 Handbridge, ex St.
    Mary's Infants, grandaughter of Mary Douglas, l. 26 Jul 1927 to Central
    School, Hunter Street

    2897 Norah May Snelson b. 27 April 1927, ad. 27 b. Aug 1934, 2 Joinson's
    Court, ex St. Mary's Infants, daghter of Harvey, l. 26 Aug 1938 to
    Central School.
  3. [S5765] Birth Certificate Emma Snelson 1881
  4. [S5505] Chester FHS BDMs
  5. [S117] Chester St. Mary Marriages 1868-1910, R3-1321
  6. [S68] Overleigh Grave 1047, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Grave 1047 (1971 letter from Parks&Cems Supt.)

    William Snelson Cowkeeper Handbridge died 28 Oct 1855 aged 36

    Elizabeth Snelson daughter of William and Margaret Snelson Curzon Park Chester
    died 31 Oct 1856 aged 9 months

    William Snelson 31 Hartington St Handbridge Chester died 30 Jan 1900 aged 50
    years. ( The Oddfellows erected a head stone to him ).

    Eliza Jane Snelson 57 Hoole Lane Chester died 26 Jan 1922 aged 73

    Emma Sumpter 54 Trafford Street Chester died 12 May 1946 aged 65 years

    Henry Sumpter 54 Trafford St Chester died 14 Nov 1946 aged 69
  7. [S214] Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester, Memo: Annotation: Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester



    m/f 146/20 RG 11/3556 Schedule 42

    48 Handbridge Grocer's Shop
    Ann Snelson Head Widow 49 Grocer Chester
    Henry Son Unm 26 Grocer Chester
    William son Unm 19 Blacksmith Chester
    Robert son 13 Scholar Chester
    Thomas son 7 scholar Chester
    Martha dau unm 21 Schoolmistress Chester
    Agnes dau 11 Scholar Chester
    Annie dau 10 Scholar Chester


    Schedule 99 53 Handbridge

    In this house along with William & Hannah Roberts and their children who were
    related to the Snelson family lived :-

    Annie Snelson granddaughter unm 17 Domestic Servant Chester

    The return states that Jane (?) Snelson, the head of the family, was temporarily
    absent at the time of the census. This may mean that Jane was Annies's
    grandmother, and therefore the grandmother of William & Hannah Roberts' two
    children. She may therefore be Hannah's mother perhaps making William & Hannah
    the Uncle and aunt of Annie ?


    Schedule 235 99 Handbridge

    William Snelson Head marr 32 House carpenter Chester
    Eliza Jane wife marr. 33 Manchester
    Elizabeth dau 9 Scholar Chester
    Margaret dau 8 Scholar Chester
    William son 7 Scholar Chester
    Hannah dau 5 Scholar Chester
    George son 3 Chester ( Grandfather of Richard James Snelson )
    Eliza Jane dau 1 Chester
    Emma dau 2 months Chester
    George brother unm 30 House Carpenter Chester
  8. [S5760] Census 1891 Cheshire William Snelson a. 41

Biography

Ada Snelson

F, #191, Deceased, b. 24 March 1886
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Name: Ada Snelson was also known as Ada Lee.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number SNELA$86.
  • Birth: She was born on 24 March 1886.
  • Christening: Ada was christened on 11 July 1888 in the local Parish Church of England, Handbridge.1
  • Biography: A vital document in our research seems to be Ada's birth certificate, as she was born on 24 March 1886 when her father William is described as a joiner. At the time of her christening on 11 July 1888, William had taken up an occupation as an Innkeeper at the Grosvenor Arms. What a guy ! All those kids, and he ends up running a pub !
  • Residence: She resided in the "Grosvenor Arms", 26 Handbridge, Chester, about 1888.
  • Education: She was educated in an unknown school, recorded as the daughter of William Snelson of 31 Hartington Street., on 16 April 1894.
  • Death: She died in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.2
  • Last Edited: 6 January 2020 10:27:32

Citations

  1. [S211] Information Supplied by Richard Snelson 19 April 1989
  2. [S205] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 19 April 1989

Biography

Thomas Snelson1

M, #192, Deceased, b. 23 September 1889
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: Thomas Snelson was born on 23 September 1889.
  • Biography: Because of the address given in his school records, I have assumed that this must be the Thomas, son of William and Eliza Jane. He was admitted on 3 May 1897 to the St. Mary Junior Boys School at the age of seven ......... birth date give as 23 Sept 1889. However, William and Eliza were running the Grosvenor Arms in 1888 and I don't seem to have a record of Thomas' baptism. Where and when was he baptised ? [:CR:].
  • Residence: He resided in 31 Hartington Street, Chester, on 3 May 1897.2

Citations

  1. [S213] According to Richard Snelson
  2. [S151] Chester, St. Mary Junior Boys, Handbridge, Source Element: R3-1437
    Memo: Annotation: Chester, St. Mary Junior Boys, Handbridge


    907 Edward Snelson b. 1 April 1887 ad. 10 April 1884, 52
    Handbridge, ex Handbridge Infants, grade 6
    1900

    943 Henry Snelson b. 10 July 1888, ad. 4 April 1885, 25
    Handbridge, ex Handbridge Infants, grade 4
    1899

    1051 Leslie Sumpter b. 2 March 1915, ad 23 April 1922, 27
    Clivedon Road, ex Durham Svhool, son of
    Harry, l. 13 Sept 1926 to City and County
    (scholarship).

Biography

William Snelson1

M, #193, Deceased, b. 1874, d. about 1904
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Birth: William Snelson was born in 1874 in Chester.
  • Christening: William was christened on 10 June 1878 in the local Parish Church of England, Chester.2
  • Occupation: He was a plumber in 31 Hartington Street, Chester, on 11 June 1895.3
  • Freeman: He was made a Freeman of the City in Chester on 11 June 1895.4,3
  • Marriage: William Snelson was married on 3 November 1895 in Christ Church, Chester.5
  • Witness: He and Emma Snelson witnessed the marriage of Hannah Snelson on 28 June 1898 in St. Mary's, Chester.6,7
  • Death: He died about 1904.5

Census

Census 1881William Snelson Id #193 (Son) was at home on Census night 4 April 1881 at 99 Handbridge, Chester; and he is described as a house carpenter.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Head), Emma Snelson (Daughter), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), Hannah Snelson (Daughter), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Margaret Snelson (Daughter), and George Snelson (Brother)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 189, 196, 198, 199, 1,336, 1,643, and 115

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 8
Census 1891William Snelson Id #193 (Son) was at home on Census night 1891 at Oulton Place, St. Oswald, Chester; He is described as a joiner.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Emma Snelson (Daughter), and John Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 196, 199, 1,336, 189, and 194

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 9
Census 1891William Snelson Id #193 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1891 at Chester; William is shown as living at home and unmarried with his parents in the 1891 Census, and described as a plumber's apprentice.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
Census 1901William Snelson Id #193 (Principal) was at home on Census night 31 March 1901 at St Oswald, Chester

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
Census 1911William Snelson Id #193 (Principal) was at home on Census night 2 April 1911 at Chester Cathedral District.

Also in the household that night were Winifred Elizabeth Sofia Snelson (Daughter)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #23,322

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
  • Last Edited: 8 February 2020 23:29:41

Citations

  1. [S250] Register of Freemen City of Chester 1865-1910, Memo: Annotation: Register of Freemen City of Chester 1865-1910


    Mfr/16

    30 August 1865 John Snelson Admitted as grandson William Snelson,
    farmer and son of Samuel Snelson, Cabinet Maker.
    Identity proved by mother.

    1 June 1872 George Snelson 31 Handbridge, Joiner Admitted as
    son of William Snelson Eaton Road Chester, farmer
    made free 30th March 1810 by Assembly. Identity
    proved by Mr James Jones Wellington Inn Handbridge
    his stepfather.

    William Snelson 44 Handbridge, Joiner. The like.

    31 May 1877 Henry Snelson, cowkeeper Greenway Street Admitted
    as grandson of William Snelson, farmer made free
    30th March 1810 by Assembly. Identity proved by
    mother Ann Snelson Greenway Street.

    28 July 1877 Samuel Snelson 33 Pycroft Street, Joiner Admitted
    as Henry above. Identity proved by mother Margaret
    Snelson 57 Handbridge.

    18 Feb 1881 James Chapman Leigh Snelson, Clerk 101 Boughton
    Admitted as grandson of James Snelson, Baker made
    free 4th April 1810 by Assembly. Identity proved
    by father Mr James Snelson, Coal Agent 101
    Boughton.

    22 Jul 1886 William Egerton Snelson, Smith, 48 Handbridge
    Admitted as grandson of William Snelson, Eaton
    Road, Farmer made free on 30th March 1810 ( 3 June
    1839 deleted ) by birth. Identity proved by mother
    Ann Snelson 48 Handbridge.

    11 June 1895 William Snelson Junior, Plumber 31 Hartington
    Street Admitted as grandson of William Snelson,
    Farmer. Identity proved by his maternal
    grandfather John Williams, Greenway Street.

    25 May 1907 George Snelson, Bricklayer, 27 Handbridge Admitted
    as grandson of William Snelson, Handbridge, Farmer
    who was son of William Snelson, Eaton Road, Farmer
    made free 30th June 1810 by Assembly. Identity
    proved by Mr. Hy Evans, 2 Greenway Street.

    18 June 1910 Robert Snelson 58 Handbridge, Hay Dealer, admitted
    as grandson of William Snelson, Eaton Road Farmer,
    made free 3rd June 1839 by birth who was the son
    of William Snelson, Farmer, made free 30th March
    1810. Identity proved by Mr. Fred Latham, Lower
    Bridge Street.

    Edward Snelson 1 Lime Street Middleton Manchester
    Admitted as son of Robert Snelson who was grandson
    of William Snelson, Eaton Road Farmer, made free
    3rd June 1839 by birth who was the son of William
    Snelson, Farmer, made free 30th March 1810.
    Identity proved by father.
  2. [S144] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 21 June 1988
  3. [S128] Index to the Freeman of the City of Chester, Subset Title: Index to Freemen of City of Chester
    Microform Info: MFR/16
  4. [S5656] Register of Freeman Chester 1865-1910 MFR/16
  5. [S211] Information Supplied by Richard Snelson 19 April 1989
  6. [S5505] Chester FHS BDMs
  7. [S117] Chester St. Mary Marriages 1868-1910, R3-1321
  8. [S214] Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester, Memo: Annotation: Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester



    m/f 146/20 RG 11/3556 Schedule 42

    48 Handbridge Grocer's Shop
    Ann Snelson Head Widow 49 Grocer Chester
    Henry Son Unm 26 Grocer Chester
    William son Unm 19 Blacksmith Chester
    Robert son 13 Scholar Chester
    Thomas son 7 scholar Chester
    Martha dau unm 21 Schoolmistress Chester
    Agnes dau 11 Scholar Chester
    Annie dau 10 Scholar Chester


    Schedule 99 53 Handbridge

    In this house along with William & Hannah Roberts and their children who were
    related to the Snelson family lived :-

    Annie Snelson granddaughter unm 17 Domestic Servant Chester

    The return states that Jane (?) Snelson, the head of the family, was temporarily
    absent at the time of the census. This may mean that Jane was Annies's
    grandmother, and therefore the grandmother of William & Hannah Roberts' two
    children. She may therefore be Hannah's mother perhaps making William & Hannah
    the Uncle and aunt of Annie ?


    Schedule 235 99 Handbridge

    William Snelson Head marr 32 House carpenter Chester
    Eliza Jane wife marr. 33 Manchester
    Elizabeth dau 9 Scholar Chester
    Margaret dau 8 Scholar Chester
    William son 7 Scholar Chester
    Hannah dau 5 Scholar Chester
    George son 3 Chester ( Grandfather of Richard James Snelson )
    Eliza Jane dau 1 Chester
    Emma dau 2 months Chester
    George brother unm 30 House Carpenter Chester
  9. [S5760] Census 1891 Cheshire William Snelson a. 41

Biography

John Snelson

M, #194, Deceased, b. May 1884
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: John Snelson was born in May 1884 in St. Mary Parish, Chester.
  • Christening: John was christened on 11 July 1888 in Church of England, St. Mary's, Chester.1
  • Biography: There may be the kernel of suspicion here, as the name Eliza in the christening entry was written Elizabeth then corrected by striking out the last 4 letters. Did William marry again ? Is that the reason why John, Ellen and Ada were all christened on the same day ? Does the change in wife go with the change in lifestyle, becoming an innkeeper rather than a joiner .... hardly a natural career progression, although many of us may aspire to such a migration in fortune.
    [:CR:].
  • Note: I think there is some doubt about all this ... a John Joseph Snelson, mother maiden name Wiiliams was born in Q3 1882 in Chester.

Census

Census 1891John Snelson Id #194 (Son) was at home on Census night 1891 at Oulton Place, St. Oswald, Chester; He is described as a joiner.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), and Emma Snelson (Daughter)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 196, 193, 199, 1,336, and 189

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 2
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Citations

  1. [S213] According to Richard Snelson
  2. [S5760] Census 1891 Cheshire William Snelson a. 41

Biography

Anne Snelson1

F, #195, Deceased
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: Anne Snelson was born in an unknown place.

Citations

  1. [S213] According to Richard Snelson

Biography

Elizabeth Snelson1

F, #196, Deceased, b. before 2 June 1872
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Name: Elizabeth Snelson was also known as Elizabeth Unknown.
  • Birth: She was born before 2 June 1872.
  • Christening: Elizabeth was christened on 2 June 1872.

Census

Census 1881Elizabeth Snelson Id #196 (Daughter) was at home on Census night 4 April 1881 at 99 Handbridge, Chester; and he is described as a house carpenter.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Head), Emma Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), Hannah Snelson (Daughter), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Margaret Snelson (Daughter), and George Snelson (Brother)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 189, 193, 198, 199, 1,336, 1,643, and 115

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 2
Census 1891Elizabeth Snelson Id #196 (Daughter) was at home on Census night 1891 at Oulton Place, St. Oswald, Chester; He is described as a joiner.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal), William Snelson (Son), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Emma Snelson (Daughter), and John Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 193, 199, 1,336, 189, and 194

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 3
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:14

Citations

  1. [S211] Information Supplied by Richard Snelson 19 April 1989
  2. [S214] Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester, Memo: Annotation: Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester



    m/f 146/20 RG 11/3556 Schedule 42

    48 Handbridge Grocer's Shop
    Ann Snelson Head Widow 49 Grocer Chester
    Henry Son Unm 26 Grocer Chester
    William son Unm 19 Blacksmith Chester
    Robert son 13 Scholar Chester
    Thomas son 7 scholar Chester
    Martha dau unm 21 Schoolmistress Chester
    Agnes dau 11 Scholar Chester
    Annie dau 10 Scholar Chester


    Schedule 99 53 Handbridge

    In this house along with William & Hannah Roberts and their children who were
    related to the Snelson family lived :-

    Annie Snelson granddaughter unm 17 Domestic Servant Chester

    The return states that Jane (?) Snelson, the head of the family, was temporarily
    absent at the time of the census. This may mean that Jane was Annies's
    grandmother, and therefore the grandmother of William & Hannah Roberts' two
    children. She may therefore be Hannah's mother perhaps making William & Hannah
    the Uncle and aunt of Annie ?


    Schedule 235 99 Handbridge

    William Snelson Head marr 32 House carpenter Chester
    Eliza Jane wife marr. 33 Manchester
    Elizabeth dau 9 Scholar Chester
    Margaret dau 8 Scholar Chester
    William son 7 Scholar Chester
    Hannah dau 5 Scholar Chester
    George son 3 Chester ( Grandfather of Richard James Snelson )
    Eliza Jane dau 1 Chester
    Emma dau 2 months Chester
    George brother unm 30 House Carpenter Chester
  3. [S5760] Census 1891 Cheshire William Snelson a. 41

Biography

Sarah Snelson1

F, #197, Deceased
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: Sarah Snelson was born in an unknown place.
  • Occupation: She was a warehouse worker in 1881.
  • Last Edited: 6 January 2019 18:32:13

Citations

  1. [S213] According to Richard Snelson

Biography

Hannah Snelson

F, #198, Deceased, b. June 1875
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Name: Hannah Snelson was also known as Hannah Yearsley.1,2
  • Christening: Hannah was christened on 10 June 1875 in the local Parish Church of England, Chester.
  • Biography: It may be that Hannah and her brothers William and George were christened on together on the same day at St Mary's Without the Walls. [:CR:].
  • Birth: She was born in June 1875.3
  • Marriage: Hannah Snelson was married on 28 June 1898 in St. Mary's, Chester.1,2
  • Residence: She resided in 31 Hartington Street, Chester, in 1898.

Census

Census 1881Hannah Snelson Id #198 (Daughter) was at home on Census night 4 April 1881 at 99 Handbridge, Chester; and he is described as a house carpenter.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Head), Emma Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Margaret Snelson (Daughter), and George Snelson (Brother)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 189, 193, 196, 199, 1,336, 1,643, and 115

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 4
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:13

Citations

  1. [S5505] Chester FHS BDMs
  2. [S117] Chester St. Mary Marriages 1868-1910, R3-1321
  3. [S144] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 21 June 1988
  4. [S214] Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester, Memo: Annotation: Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester



    m/f 146/20 RG 11/3556 Schedule 42

    48 Handbridge Grocer's Shop
    Ann Snelson Head Widow 49 Grocer Chester
    Henry Son Unm 26 Grocer Chester
    William son Unm 19 Blacksmith Chester
    Robert son 13 Scholar Chester
    Thomas son 7 scholar Chester
    Martha dau unm 21 Schoolmistress Chester
    Agnes dau 11 Scholar Chester
    Annie dau 10 Scholar Chester


    Schedule 99 53 Handbridge

    In this house along with William & Hannah Roberts and their children who were
    related to the Snelson family lived :-

    Annie Snelson granddaughter unm 17 Domestic Servant Chester

    The return states that Jane (?) Snelson, the head of the family, was temporarily
    absent at the time of the census. This may mean that Jane was Annies's
    grandmother, and therefore the grandmother of William & Hannah Roberts' two
    children. She may therefore be Hannah's mother perhaps making William & Hannah
    the Uncle and aunt of Annie ?


    Schedule 235 99 Handbridge

    William Snelson Head marr 32 House carpenter Chester
    Eliza Jane wife marr. 33 Manchester
    Elizabeth dau 9 Scholar Chester
    Margaret dau 8 Scholar Chester
    William son 7 Scholar Chester
    Hannah dau 5 Scholar Chester
    George son 3 Chester ( Grandfather of Richard James Snelson )
    Eliza Jane dau 1 Chester
    Emma dau 2 months Chester
    George brother unm 30 House Carpenter Chester

Biography

George Snelson

M, #199, Deceased, b. about June 1878, d. 24 December 1950

Person Exhibits

George Snelson 1878-1950
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Reference Number: George Snelson had reference number SNELG$78.
  • Christening: George was christened on 10 June 1878 in Church of England, St. Mary's, Chester.
  • Biography: This is "George the Painter" Snelson who was admitted as a Freeman of the City on 25 May 1907 when he was described as a bricklayer of 27 Handbridge. At the time of his death he was described as a painter and decorator, but he may have also spent some time in the Army.
    This is Richard James Snelson's grandfather. He was christened on 10 June 1878 at St. Mary's ..... together with his sister Hannah and his brother William. [:CR:].
  • Birth: He was born about June 1878 in Sandy Lane, Great Boughton, Chester, an unknown address.1
  • Occupation: He was a painter and a joiner in 1884.
  • Marriage: George Snelson was married on 9 March 1907 in the registry office, Chester.2,3
  • Freeman: He was made a Freeman of the City in Chester on 25 May 1907. He is described as a plumber.4,5
  • Residence: He resided in 27 Handbridge on 25 May 1907.5
  • Residence: He resided in 34 Ronald Street, Old Swan, Liverpool, in 1913.6
  • Death: He died on 24 December 1950 in Rhyl, Flintshire.

Census

Census 1881George Snelson Id #199 (Son) was at home on Census night 4 April 1881 at 99 Handbridge, Chester; and he is described as a house carpenter.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Head), Emma Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), Hannah Snelson (Daughter), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Margaret Snelson (Daughter), and George Snelson (Brother)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 189, 193, 196, 198, 1,336, 1,643, and 115

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 7
Census 1891George Snelson Id #199 (Son) was at home on Census night 1891 at Oulton Place, St. Oswald, Chester; He is described as a joiner.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Emma Snelson (Daughter), and John Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 196, 193, 1,336, 189, and 194

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 8
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:37

Citations

  1. [S144] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 21 June 1988
  2. [S5505] Chester FHS BDMs
  3. [S205] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 19 April 1989
  4. [S5656] Register of Freeman Chester 1865-1910 MFR/16
  5. [S128] Index to the Freeman of the City of Chester, Subset Title: Index to Freemen of City of Chester
    Microform Info: MFR/16
  6. [S5882] Attestation - Kings Loyal Regiment, Military Unit: Kings Loyal Regiment
  7. [S214] Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester, Memo: Annotation: Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester



    m/f 146/20 RG 11/3556 Schedule 42

    48 Handbridge Grocer's Shop
    Ann Snelson Head Widow 49 Grocer Chester
    Henry Son Unm 26 Grocer Chester
    William son Unm 19 Blacksmith Chester
    Robert son 13 Scholar Chester
    Thomas son 7 scholar Chester
    Martha dau unm 21 Schoolmistress Chester
    Agnes dau 11 Scholar Chester
    Annie dau 10 Scholar Chester


    Schedule 99 53 Handbridge

    In this house along with William & Hannah Roberts and their children who were
    related to the Snelson family lived :-

    Annie Snelson granddaughter unm 17 Domestic Servant Chester

    The return states that Jane (?) Snelson, the head of the family, was temporarily
    absent at the time of the census. This may mean that Jane was Annies's
    grandmother, and therefore the grandmother of William & Hannah Roberts' two
    children. She may therefore be Hannah's mother perhaps making William & Hannah
    the Uncle and aunt of Annie ?


    Schedule 235 99 Handbridge

    William Snelson Head marr 32 House carpenter Chester
    Eliza Jane wife marr. 33 Manchester
    Elizabeth dau 9 Scholar Chester
    Margaret dau 8 Scholar Chester
    William son 7 Scholar Chester
    Hannah dau 5 Scholar Chester
    George son 3 Chester ( Grandfather of Richard James Snelson )
    Eliza Jane dau 1 Chester
    Emma dau 2 months Chester
    George brother unm 30 House Carpenter Chester
  8. [S5760] Census 1891 Cheshire William Snelson a. 41

Biography