The Official roster of the soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the state of Ohio
Cornelius Snyder Sr. – Roster I, p. 343, b, 4/21/1762, and m. Mary Felter 1783, Orange Co. NY, d. 8/31/1822 in Hamilton County, OH, and buried in Hopewell Cemetery, with three other families founded town of Montgomery in Sycamore twp, Hamilton Co. in 1795. Children: David, Catherine, Margaret, Cornelius, William, John, Elizabeth, and Sarah. 58th NSDAR report.
Cornelius Snyder / Snider and Katryna Felter Snider, son David brought 4 sons and 2 daughters to Montgomery, Sycamore, Highland OH, from Orange, NY. See Hopewell Cemetery Snyder / Snider plot.
George Snyder: Maryland to Montgomery county, OH, d. Dayton OH, buried Old Presbyterian burying ground. Served with two brothers, not named, under Capt. Abraham White.
Martin Snyder, York, PA >Harrison county, Green twp, OH, abt. 1802.
Adam Snider: unmarried, Clermont County, spent 2 months looking among Indians for a lost child, Lydia Osborne.
Capt. Abraham Swisher. Son, Abraham jr. m. Margaret Snyder Sussex, NJ. > Pickaway co. OH.
Nathaniel Terwilliger, Fort Montgomery, Orange co., NY>one of the founders of Montgomery, Hamilton, OH, and Montgomery OH, Dutch Reformed Church. Rev. War, fr. Ulster Co. and 4th Reg. Orange co., m. Katrina (Catherine?), daughter of Cornelius and Katrina Felter Snyder. Buried, Hopewell Terwilliger lot.
p.2-322 – Shelby co, OH, John Snider denied pension because he served less than 6 months. Exec. Doc. 37, Wm. Petit.
p. 2-423-: page 58: Cornelius, George, Martin, page 59: Peter
p.4-434- Adam Snider- Clermont County
p. 4-438: Cornelius Snyder, Hamilton co.
P. 3-327: John Smith m. Sarah Snider, Bergen now Pasaic co., NJ > New Albany, Plain twp, Franklin co. OH.
P3-273- Col. Thomas Paxton b. Lancaster, PA moved to Rockbridge co. VA, daughter Mary Polly m. David Snyder and daughter Sarah m. Robert Orr.
p. 3-215 served under Capt. Daniel Snyder Northampton co. PA militia.
P.3-212: John Legore, b. France, > Fayette, OH >d. Marion county, Indiana. Son, Joseph m. Hannah Snyder. (daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Hesser Snider).
p.3-36-37: Christian Bickel (Pickel), Northumberland,PA to Clermont, OH: Son Jacob m. Alpha Snider.> Jacob Bickel cemetery, Hamilton, OH.
p. 2-435: Peter Witmer, Snyder co. PA > OH
p. 2-400: William Ferrall, daughter Elizabeth Snyder.
Ashland county: ____ Snyder and George Snyder
Northumberland, PA>Greene, Mahoning, OH, George Snyder m. Mary.
Maryland Mil., Washington co, PA >Mifflin,Richland co,OH, Peter Snyder m. Druscilla Metcalf.
p.2-260: Samuel Musser, York, PA> Mahoning, OH, daughter, Eve m. Michael Snider.
p. 2-145: Jacob Freed, Joseph Freed m. Hannah Snider.
p.2-128 Michael Durr m. Elizabeth Snider.
p. 1-387: William Ward and Snider J. Ward, Pickawayco.
p. 1-340: John Smith m. Sarah Snider. Pasaaic NJ ? Franklin, OH.
p. 1-22: Thomas Auten, Somerset,NJ>Hamilton,OH, m. Elizabeth Vantule, daughter, Amy m. Cornelius Snyder, Jr., of Rev. War.
Elihjah and Samuel Backus from Connecticut to Washington and Trumbull counties.
p. 1-286: Joseph Perrine, b. Cranberry, NJ, m. Elizabeth Wucoff 1771 in NJ, > Clermont co. OH.
p. 3-41: Aaron Bonnel, NJ > Hamilton co. OH, son, Clark m. Elsey Wykoff.
p. 3-429: Samuel Wyckoff – 15, p 163, 58.
p. 1-437 Nathaniel Massie Chapter, Ross County, Ohio, Samuel Wyckoff, William Beard, Sr. , Nathaniel Massie, John Robbins, Moses, McClean, Abraham Smith, Abraham Dean.
p. 1-411: Samuel Wykoff, Pvt. In Capt. Bruce’s Company, Col. Clicket, Pensioned 1832 for serv. In Md. Tr. (while living in Licking, co. O, Eden twp.,) Born, June 10, 1760, Hunterdon co. NY, Married Maria Berger, Children, a son Nicholas, ( and others),D. March 4, 1842, Ross Co. Ohio, Buried near Chillichothe (Vinton County), Lived in Allegheny Co. Md, near Cumberland, at the time of enlistment in Loudoun, VA, thence, Hardy co. OH,thence Licking Co, OH, Ref. Natl. No 95760, Vol 96, p 246, DAR Lin. Fur. Information Hetuck Chap.
Highland county: Lewis Robinson, b. Baptist Cem. New Market.Living age 78: 2-424.
Thomas Robinson, b. Ireland, 1754, m. Nancy McMillan, d. 1852, b. Presbyterian twp, New Market, also capt. War of 1812, 11 chidren: Susan, George, Elizabeth, Jane, William, Sidney, Adams, Robert, Nancy, Sallie, Polly.
Highland County, buried Old Presbyterian Cemetery near Greenfield, William Smith, b. 12/3/1760, m. Catherine Robinson 1783, d. 3/27/1840 in the 81st year, 15th NSDAR report page 165.
Clermont County, Williamsburg twp, 1820 census, Adam Snider, Rocky and Bancroft’s history of Clermont co. Ohio, 1880, p 285&307. Thirey and Mitchell’s Encyclopedic Directory and Hist. of Clermont co, OH, p 132.
Adam Fisher, Berks, PA to Stark, OH, daughter Lydia m. John Snyder.