History of Bucks
County, Pa Volume 3 by William H. Davis
HENRY H. SNYDER
Henry H. SNYDER, born December 10, 1842, was the only son of George by his second marriage, with Lydia HARTZELL, who was a descendant of an old and prominent family of Rockhill and Hilltown. He was reared on the old homestead and assumed control of it on arriving at manhood, becoming the owner in 1872. His life has been one of industry and business activity. He has followed the commission business for many years with success, marketing his own and his neighbor's produce in Philadelphia, and is one of the active and progressive men of his section, and has taken especial pride in giving his children the benefit of a good education. He married November 30, 1865, Amanda K. REIFF, daughter of Abraham and Sarah (REIFF) REIFF, of Hilltown, and they have been the parents of three children, Elmer R., Sallie E. and Anna Mary.
Elmer R. SNYDER, born August 21, 1866, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, in 1889, and practiced medicine in Philadelphia for nine years. He died March 16, 1898, after undergoing a surgical operation in the University hospital.
Sallie E. SNYDER, born November 19, 1867, married June 12, 1894, Rev. Charles C. SNYDER (son of Simon and Lydia SNYDER) pastor of the Lutheran church at Dublin, Bucks county, Pennsylvania, where they reside.
Anna Mary SNYDER, born November 3, 1870, married November 21, 1893, Rev. William O. FEGELY, pastor of the Lutheran church at the Trappe, Montgomery county, where he has officiated for seven years. Rev. William O. and Anna Mary (SNYDER) FEGELY are the parents of four children; Byron Snyder, Grace Amanda, Alma M. and Florence E. Henry H. SNYDERis an elder and deacon of St. Peter's Lutheran church, and has been a trustee of the church for twenty years. He still conducts his farm, and carries on the business of a commission merchant.
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Davis, William W. H., A.M., History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania [New York-Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1905] Volume III
Transcribed June 2001 by Pat Reagan as part of the Bucks Co., Early Family Project, www.rootsweb.com/~pabucks/bucksindex.htm/
Published June 2001 on the Bucks county, Pa., USGenWeb pages at www.rootsweb.com/~pabucks/