"I don't have any connections to the Pollocks so far as I know. I've just been looking at the Snow line, which originated in North Devon around Hartland/Barnstaple. I've also followed the maternal line in a few instances as…"
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I don't have any connections to the Pollocks so far as I know. I've just been looking at the Snow line, which originated in North Devon around Hartland/Barnstaple. I've also followed the maternal line in a few instances as I live on the border of Hertfordshire and Essex so worked back to the Spring family of Lavenham. So you can find where we meet up, my thrice great-grandfather was Gardner Snow, who died in Utah, and then through his male descent - James Chauncy Snow, Dominicus Carter Snow, Roland Basil Snow and my father, Roland Verl Snow.