Family: Snow, Apostle Erastus / Ashby, Elizabeth Rebecca (F730)

m. 19 Dec 1847

Family Chart     |    PDF

Snow, Levi
Male (1782-1841)
Streeter, Lucina
Female (1785-1858)
Snow, William
Male (1806-1879)
Snow, Zerubbabel
Male (1809-1888)
Snow, William
Male (1806-1879)
Snow, Mary Minerva
Female (1813-1891)
Snow, Lydia Mason
Female (1823-1900)
Snow, Melissa Diantha
Female (1826-1903)
Snow, Levi Mason
Male (1803-1870)
Snow, Lucina
Female (1804-1861)
Snow, Shipley Wilson
Male (1816-1905)
Ashby, Nathaniel
Male (1805-1846)
Hammond, Susan
Female (1808-1851)
Ashby, Robert Reed
Male (1827-1828)
Ashby, Benjamin
Male (1828-1907)
Ashby, Susan Ann
Female (1830-1896)
Ashby, Martha Ellen
Female (1832-1873)
Ashby, Harriet Maria
Female (1834-1921)
Ashby, Nathaniel Jr.
Male (1835-1882)
Ashby, William Hardin
Male (1839-1925)
Ashby, Mary Jane
Female (1841-1912)
Ashby, Emma Smith
Female (1843-1877)
Ashby, John Jefford
Male (1845-1893)
Ashby, Louisa
Female (1849-1944)
Snow, Apostle Erastus
Male (1818-1888)
Snow, Georgina
Female (1862-1929)
Snow, Florence
Female (1856-1946)
Snow, Elizabeth Ashby
Female (1854-1936)
Snow, Josephine
Female (1859-1940)
Snow, Bryant
Male (1864-1864)
Snow, Martha Ellen
Female (1865-1949)
Snow, Ashby
Male (1867-1937)
Snow, Arthur Eugene
Male (1870-1953)
Snow, Herbert Hammond
Male (1872-1881)
Snow, Clarence
Male (1874-1938)


There are still many cemeteries to be located
with ground penetrating radar. The cost is $4000.00+ a day
for the surveys. Your help to locate the resting places
of the lost burials of these noble pioneers is appreciated

The Historical Pioneer Research Group, Inc is a
not-for-profit organization in the state of Nebraska.

All donations to the HPRG are tax-deductible.

Donations can be sent to
Historical Pioneer Research Group, Inc.
PO Box 291 Elkhorn NE 68022
ATTN: Maury Schooff, Treasurer

Copyright 2023 Historical Pioneer Research Group, Inc

This site is not affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon Church).

The views contained therein are those of the owner and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The painting "Kanesville 1852" is used by courtesy
of the Historical Society of Pottawattamie County, Council Bluffs, Iowa