Wanda Louise Snyder

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Wanda Louise Snyder (daughter of Alvah Glen Snyder and Bertha McDonald).

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Alvah Glen Snyder was born on 15 Jul 1889.

    Alvah married Bertha McDonald on 8 Dec 1919. Bertha (daughter of Elihu Andrew McDonald and Lydia Preston) was born on 4 Jun 1888; died on 21 Dec 1973. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Bertha McDonald was born on 4 Jun 1888 (daughter of Elihu Andrew McDonald and Lydia Preston); died on 21 Dec 1973.
    Children:
    1. Wayne Basil Snyder
    2. 1. Wanda Louise Snyder


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Elihu Andrew McDonaldElihu Andrew McDonald was born in Jan 1856 in Solon, Michigan (son of Jeremiah McDonald and Eunice Maibe); died on 31 May 1934 in Belding, MI.

    Notes:

    Elihu died of Malaria.

    Elihu married Lydia Preston on 7 Dec 1881. Lydia was born in Mar 1866; died in 1939. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 7.  Lydia PrestonLydia Preston was born in Mar 1866; died in 1939.
    Children:
    1. Frank McDonald was born on 8 Oct 1882.
    2. Eva McDonald was born in 1885.
    3. 3. Bertha McDonald was born on 4 Jun 1888; died on 21 Dec 1973.
    4. Layton McDonald was born on 26 Apr 1890; died in Apr 1968.
    5. Lela V. McDonald was born on 26 Apr 1899.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Jeremiah McDonald was born on 11 Mar 1830 in Vermont (son of Jeremiah McDonald and Lydia Woodard); died on 14 Jul 1863 in Falling Waters, Maryland.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Logger
    • Record ID Number: MH:I5
    • _UID: 5ce440923ecaa1e9b1b80cd292ff563a
    • _UPD: 19 JUN 2019 16:16:00 GMT-5

    Notes:

    JEREMIAH'S TRAVELS:

    We are not clear when Jeremiah moved from Vermont to New York. We know that he was still in Vermont according to the 1850 Census. According to the Maibe family genealogy, we know that Eunice, Jeremiah, and her family moved to Michigan in 1854.

    In 1855 their first son Major Eugene McDonald was born. According to census records, he was born in 1855 in New York. All of this evidences suggesters that Jeremiah moved to New York (for reasons we do not know) 1851-1853; then moved from New York to Michigan in 1854. It would be very beneficial to know why Jeremiah left his large family to move to New York - Italy, New York to be exact. It is also not entirely clear why Solon Michigan was their destination.

    Due to Solon cemetery and census records, we know that Eunice's parents went with them on their trip to Michigan. They had their own property and died there in the small town of Solon. There is also strong evidence to suggest that at least a couple of Eunice's brothers went as well since they show up on the Solon Census and land map. Based on our timelines, it must have been the case that the second born "Clark" was born while they traveled.

    JEREMIAH IN THE CIVIL WAR:

    In September of 1862, Jeremiah and a few of his friends signed up to fight in the Civil War. Again, it is unclear why they did this since Jeremiah had 2 young children, 1 infant, and possibly a wife who was pregnant with another baby. On the night of July 14th, 1863 in Falling Waters Maryland Jeremiah's unit received a surprise attack from behind their unit by General Lee. In that attack, Jeremiah McDonald was killed.

    AFTER JEREMIAH'S DEATH:

    Not surprisingly Eunice married right away after finding out about Jeremiah's death. She married her neighbor A.J. Ipe. Soon thereafter, Eunice gave birth. Emma can be seen going by "Emily" as well.

    It is also important to note that there is a transcription error as it relates to the McDonald brothers. In the 1880 census transcripts, the McDonald brothers are listed as "Ipe". However, looking at the actual census will show that "McDonald" is written in there. Why it was transcribed as "Ipe" is not clear. This error has resulted in the McDonald brothers being listed in the "Ipe" genealogy as being part of the bloodline.

    In 1897 Eunice died of stomach cancer. According to her obituary, we see it listed as "stomach problems".

    Jeremiah married Eunice Maibe in ca 1851. Eunice was born on 16 Feb 1830; died on 16 Oct 1897 in Solon, Michigan; was buried in Solon Cemetary. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 13.  Eunice Maibe was born on 16 Feb 1830; died on 16 Oct 1897 in Solon, Michigan; was buried in Solon Cemetary.

    Other Events:

    • Record ID Number: MH:I12
    • Record ID Number: MH:I500047
    • _UID: 5ce5f29f194881e9b1b80cd292ff563a
    • _UID: 5ceea5e1889621e9b1b80cd292ff563a
    • _UPD: 19 JUN 2019 13:06:02 GMT-5
    • _UPD: 29 MAY 2019 16:36:04 GMT-5

    Notes:

    JEREMIAH'S TRAVELS:

    We are not clear when Jeremiah moved from Vermont to New York. We know that he was still in Vermont according to the 1850 Census. According to the Maibe family genealogy, we know that Eunice, Jeremiah, and her family moved to Michigan in 1854. We begin with the census data.

    In 1855 their first son Major Eugene McDonald was born. According to census records, he was born in 1855 in New York. All of this evidences suggesters that Jeremiah moved to New York (for reasons we do not know) 1851-1853; then moved from New York to Michigan in 1854. It would be very beneficial to know why Jeremiah left his large family to move to New York - Italy, New York to be exact. It is also not entirely clear why Solon Michigan was their destination.

    Due to Solon cemetery and census records, we know that Eunice's parents went with them on their trip to Michigan. They had their own property and died there in the small town of Solon. There is also strong evidence to suggest that at least a couple of Eunice's brothers went as well since they show up on the Solon Census and land map. Based on our timelines, it must have been the case that the second born "Clark" was born while they traveled.



    JEREMIAH IN THE CIVIL WAR:

    In September of 1862, Jeremiah and a few of his friends signed up to fight in the Civil War. Again, it is unclear why they did this since Jeremiah had 2 young children, 1 infant, and possibly a wife who was pregnant with another baby. On the night of July 14th, 1863 in Falling Waters Maryland Jeremiah's unit received a surprise attack from behind their unit by General Lee. In that attack, Jeremiah McDonald was killed.



    AFTER JEREMIAH'S DEATH:

    Not surprisingly Eunice married right away after finding out about Jeremiah's death. She married her neighbor A.J. Ipe. Soon thereafter, Eunice gave birth. Emma can be seen going by "Emily" as well.

    It is also important to note that there is a transcription error as it relates to the McDonald brothers. In the 1880 census transcripts, the McDonald brothers are listed as "Ipe". However, looking at the actual census will show that "McDonald" is written in there. Why it was transcribed as "Ipe" is not clear. This error has resulted in the McDonald brothers being listed in the "Ipe" genealogy as being part of the bloodline.

    In 1897 Eunice died of stomach cancer. According to her obituary, we see it listed as "stomach problems".


    Children:
    1. Major (Eugene) McDonald was born in 1855 in New York; died in 1924 in Solon, Michigan.
    2. 6. Elihu Andrew McDonald was born in Jan 1856 in Solon, Michigan; died on 31 May 1934 in Belding, MI.
    3. Clark McDonald was born in 1857; died in 1930.
    4. Charles H. McDonald was born in 1861; died on 28 Jul 1871.