Eleventh Generation


1750. John Snow was born about 1638 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). He died before 1692 at the age of 54 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). Mary Smalley and John Snow were married on 19 September 1667 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable).199,200,201

1751. Mary Smalley199,200,202 was born on 11 December 1647 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable).199,200,202,203 She was christened on 27 February 1648 in Barnstable, Massachusetts (Barnstable). She died after 7 December 1699 at the age of 51 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable).199,200,201 per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser
-Mary was a twin.
Spouse: Ephraim Doane
Library of Cape Cod History & Genealogy, pg 6

According to "Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Pope, she was born on 11
Dec and baptized on 27 Feb 1647.

According to "Mayflower Descendants and Their Marriages for Two Generations
after the Landing," by John T. Landis, her name was Mary Walden. According to
"Pioneers of Massachusetts" and Lombard MA5, Walden was the maiden name of her
mother.

HIST 1 Smalley MA1
HIST 2 Smalley MA1
HIST 3 Smalley MA1
HIST 4 Smalley MA1
HIST 5 Smalley MA1
HIST 6 Smalley MA1
HIST 7 Smalley MA1
HIST 8 Smalley MA1
HIST 9 Smalley MA1

Children were:

875

i.

Hannah Snow-13655.

ii.

Mary Snow was born on 10 March 1671/2 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). She died before 15 March 1752 at the age of 80. p14

p13
Birth: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p21
Death: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p21
-"prob. d. Kent Co. DE not long bef. 15 March 1752; prob. unm.; she is
very likely the Mary Snow who witnessed by mark the 7 Dec. 1699 will
of her stepfather Ephraim Doane of Eastham; administration of the
estate of Mary Snow of Duck Creek Hundred, Kent Co. DE was granted to
Elizabeth Snow 16 March 1752, which Elizabeth is very likely the widow
of Elisha Doane of Kent Co. DE, brother of Mary."

433

iii.

Abigail Snow-13667.

iv.

Rebecca Snow was born on 23 July 1676 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). She died on 31 August 1753 at the age of 77 in Salisbury, Connecticut. p14/55
Birth: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
Marriage: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p55
-The identification of this Rebecca SNOW as the Rebecca who married
(1) Benjamin (SMALLEY) and (2) John PORTER is based upon
circumstantial evidence as set forth in "Benjamin Smalley and
Rebecca Snow" by Clarence A Torrey and filed at the General Society
of Mayflower Descendants Library in Plymouth.
Marriages: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
Death: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p55
Death: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
HISTORY: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
-"Benjamin and Rebecca Smalley res. at Eastham until soon after 26
March 1711/12 when he bought land at Truro, and they moved there...
An inventory of the estate of Banjamin Smally was taken 1 June
1721, and administration was granted to widow Rebecca on 4 June
1721. Mentioned in the settlement of his estate on 6 Nov. 1722 were
widow Rebecca Smalley of Lebanon...After the death of her second
husband, Rebecca moved to Salisbury CT."

v.

John Snow was born about 1674. He was born on 3 May 1678 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). He died in October 1738 at the age of 60.

vi.

Isaac Snow was born on 10 August 1683 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). He died between 1745 and 1748 at the age of 62. p14/57
Marriage: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p57
Death: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p57
-between conveyance of land to son John SNOW in 1745 and date
administration of estate granted to widow Alice SNOW 15 Feb 1748
Residence: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p57
-A petition of 27 Jun 1711 from residents of Monomoit (Chatham)
noted that 23 "ratable men" and their families had gone from there
to "a place named Duck Creek" in Pennsylvania. Isaac SNOW and his
brother Elisha bought 199 acres at Duck Creek (now Smyrna) DE on 14
Jan 1712. Isaac conveyed land there in 1722 to Elisha SNOW, in 1729
to John SNOW, in 1729 to Mary WORRAL, and in 1745 to his son John
SNOW.

vii.

Lydia Snow was born on 29 September 1685 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). p14
Birth: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p21
-Lora Underhill "suggests that she may have m. Samuel Hopkins; no proof
found, nor has any likely candidate of such name been discovered;
n.f.r."

viii.

Elisha Snow was born on 10 January 1686/7 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). He died between 1744 and 1752 at the age of 57. p14/58
Marriage: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p58
Death: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p58
-between date will written (15 Jan 1744) and proved (8 Feb 1752)
Residence: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p58
-prob moved in 1711 from Cape Cod to Duck Creek (now Smyrna), Kent
Co DE with his brother Isaac and other families from Chatham. On 14
Jan 1712 he and Isaac bought 199 acres on the north side of Little
Duck Creek, and Elisha built a house and occupied the plantation,
which was still occupied by his descendants in 1888

ix.

Phebe Snow was born on 27 June 1689 in Eastham, Massachusetts (Barnstable). She died about May 1715 at the age of 25 in Truro, Massachusetts (Barnstable). p14
Birth: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p21
Marriage: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p21
-"poss. m. ca. 1714, as his first wife, Jonathan Dyer...this"
suggested marriage for Phebe also originated with Steven E
Sullivan; n.f.r."
Death: `Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p21
-"Jonathan Dyer and wife Phebe had son Jonathan, b. Truro 28 May 1715;
and Phebe undoubtedly d. then or soon after because Jonathan m.(2)...
2 Sept. 1718"