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Edward Rowe Snow

Started by Jim Avery. Last reply by marshall rowe Jun 25, 2011. 9 Replies


Started by Rennie Hedderson. Last reply by Rennie Hedderson Jan 6, 2011. 1 Reply

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Comment by Larry R. Bish on May 24, 2015 at 12:28pm

My Bish is of German (Besche) Heritage, the English version is Bish or Bysche...Thank You

Comment by Lindsey Dedden on May 24, 2015 at 5:26am

There was a line of Snows in Devon in 19th century and previously which might be linked to the Dorset Snows.

Mr Bish - your surname also occurred in Sussex in 18th Century - some of my Brookers were intermarried with Bish in East Sussex.

Comment by Larry R. Bish on May 23, 2015 at 7:00pm

SNOW TREE:Larry Ronald Bish>Marjorie Louise Martin>Fenton McRay >Frank William Jr.>Franklin William Martin Sr.>Poly Jennison>Elizabeth Snow>Oliver Sr.>Samuel III>Samuel Jr.>Samuel Sr.>Richard >Patrick >Richard >Patrick Snow…Erie County, Pennsylvania>Wyoming County, New York>Middlesex County, Massachusetts>Devonshire County, England

Comment by Larry R. Bish on May 23, 2015 at 6:59pm

My Immigrant grandfather was Richard Snow 1608-1677 England to Massachusetts.

Comment by Wally Snow on June 19, 2011 at 11:07am

I am still trying to find the place my great grandfather Henry Snow came from , he was born about 1796 possibly in England in 1839 he was in Halifax N.S. I had my DNA test done and also joined the Snow DNA test group. To date have found no close matches. Anyone have access to English emigration records 1810 to 1840?


Comment by Lindsey Dedden on June 19, 2011 at 12:27am

In case anyone has found links to Snow from Sixpenny Handley Dorset UK, I have found two interesting people from this family. The first is Seward Snow who was head gardener at Wrest Park, now in the care of English Heritage. He developed the Hamburgh Muscat grape, a variety of broccoli, Snow's early sprouting white broccoli and a variety of lettuce. I have a copy of an obituary published in one of the Victorian horticultural publications. He was succeeded  by his sister's son, George Ford.


The second person was another nephew of Seward, Herbert Lumley Snow who was an pioneer of certain types of cancer surgery and is listed on the website of the Royal Marsden Foundation Trust as a notable person connected to that famous hospital. Herbert Lumley was the son of James  Lewis Snow who was born in Sixpenny Handley Dorset.


Seward and James Lewis were two brothers of my great great grandfather William Snow

Comment by Diana Meyer Bobo on May 30, 2011 at 3:05pm
I am looking for family members of Bessie Snow of Newfoundland Canada
Comment by Rennie Hedderson on January 6, 2011 at 9:33pm

Here is my contact, Wally.

Comment by Wally Snow on January 6, 2011 at 7:58pm

Rennie would like to communicate with you,it is possible my Snow came from NL



Comment by Rennie Hedderson on January 5, 2011 at 10:07pm
Anyone here searching snow from the northern peninsula of Newfoundland?

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