Cornelia Fenwick Gaines

Female, #2414, b. February 14, 1846, d. November 25, 1921
BirthFebruary 14, 1846Cornelia was born February 14, 1846 in Stedmantown, Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Marriage - Conf InfoDecember 8, 1866According to conflicting information, Cornelia Fenwick Gaines married John Thomas Vardeman, son of Peter Vardeman and Mary W Scrogin, on December 8, 1866.2  
MarriageDecember 18, 1866She married John Thomas Vardeman, son of Peter Vardeman and Mary W Scrogin, December 18, 1866 in Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3  
Birth of SonSeptember 26, 1867Her son Ernest was born September 26, 1867 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3 
Birth of SonNovember 25, 1869Her son John was born November 25, 1869 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3 
Birth of SonOctober 15, 1871Her son Richard was born October 15, 1871 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3 
Birth of SonDecember 11, 1873Her son Jeremiah was born December 11, 1873 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3 
Birth of SonDecember 17, 1875Her son Hiram was born December 17, 1875 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3,4 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 21, 1878Her daughter Grace was born January 21, 1878 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3,4 
Birth of SonMarch 14, 1880Her son Miles was born March 14, 1880 near Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky.3,4 
Birth of DaughterNovember 3, 1882Her daughter Bonnie was born November 3, 1882 in Missouri.3 
Birth of DaughterJune 17, 1885Her daughter Margaret was born June 17, 1885 in Saline County, Missouri.3 
Birth of DaughterNovember 5, 1887Her daughter Elizabeth was born November 5, 1887 in Stanhope, Saline County, Missouri.3 
Birth of DaughterAugust 16, 1890Her daughter Frances was born August 16, 1890 in Stanhope, Saline County, Missouri.3 
Marriage of SonDecember 25, 1894Her son, John Peter Vardeman, married Luella Smith on December 25, 1894 near Herndon, Saline County, Missouri.3 
Marriage of SonSeptember 9, 1895Her son, Richard Henry Vardeman, married Mary Caldonia Smith on September 9, 1895 in Marshall, Saline County, Missouri.3 
Marriage of SonMay, 1898Her son, Ernest Johnson Vardeman, married Elizabeth Elliott in May, 1898 in Shelbina, Shelby County, Missouri.3 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 17, 1901Her daugher, Grace Truman Vardeman, married Howard Boone Nall on January 17, 1901 in Marshall, Saline County, Missouri.3 
Marriage of SonAugust 21, 1905Her son, Hiram Botts Vardeman, married Lueva Thomas on August 21, 1905.3 
Marriage of SonDecember 24, 1908Her son, Miles Standish Vardiman, married Mary Josephine Harris on December 24, 1908 near Marshall, Saline County, Missouri.3,5,6 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 14, 1909Her daugher, Margaret May Vardeman, married Emmett Self on January 14, 1909.3 
Marriage of DaughterJune 28, 1911Her daugher, Bonnie Stanley Vardeman, married Charles Lewis Conoway on June 28, 1911.3 
DeathNovember 25, 1921Cornelia died November 25, 1921 in Marshall, Saline County, Missouri at age 75. She left a widower, John.3  
BurialHer body was buried in Ridge Park Cemetery, Marshall, Saline County, Missouri.3 

Family

John Thomas Vardeman b. 2 Oct 1838, d. 16 Oct 1923
Children 1.Ernest Johnson Vardeman+ b. Sep 26, 1867, d. Aug 2, 1956
 2.John Peter Vardeman+ b. Nov 25, 1869, d. Jun 26, 1945
 3.Richard Henry Vardeman+ b. Oct 15, 1871, d. May 22, 1949
 4.Jeremiah Vardeman b. Dec 11, 1873, d. Jun 26, 1959
 5.Hiram Botts Vardeman+ b. Dec 17, 1875, d. Mar 31, 1945
 6.Grace Truman Vardeman+ b. Jan 21, 1878, d. Dec 17, 1952
 7.Miles Standish Vardiman+ b. Mar 14, 1880, d. May 3, 1949
 8.Bonnie Stanley Vardeman+3 b. Nov 3, 1882, d. Aug 29, 1958
 9.Margaret May Vardeman+3 b. Jun 17, 1885, d. May 31, 1964
 10.Elizabeth Gaines Vardeman3 b. Nov 5, 1887, d. Mar 15, 1977
 11.Frances Laura Vardeman3 b. Aug 16, 1890, d. Sep 30, 1970
Nickname Cornelia Fenwick Gaines is also known as Nellie.  
Census 1870June 24, 1870Cornelia was listed as a member, his wife, of John Thomas Vardeman's household in the 1870 Census on June 24, 1870 in Jacksonville, Shelby County, Kentucky. Other members of the household listed were Ernest Johnson Vardeman and John Peter Vardeman.7
Census 1880June 5, 1880Cornelia was listed as John Thomas Vardeman's wife in the 1880 Census on June 5, 1880 in Shelby County, Kentucky. Other members of the household listed were Grace Truman Vardeman, Ernest Johnson Vardeman, John Peter Vardeman, Richard Henry Vardeman, Jeremiah Vardeman, Hiram Botts Vardeman and Miles Standish Vardiman.4
Census 1900June 4, 1900Cornelia was listed as John Thomas Vardeman's wife in the 1900 Census on June 4, 1900 in Marshall Township, Saline County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Miles Standish Vardiman, Bonnie Stanley Vardeman, Margaret May Vardeman, Elizabeth Gaines Vardeman and Frances Laura Vardeman.8
Number ChildrenMay, 1910Cornelia Fenwick Gaines and John Thomas Vardeman had eleven children of whom eleven were living as of May, 1910.9 
Census 1910May 12, 1910Cornelia was listed as John Thomas Vardeman's wife in the 1910 Census on May 12, 1910 in Blackwater Township, Saline County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Bonnie Stanley Vardeman, Elizabeth Gaines Vardeman and Frances Laura Vardeman.9
Census 1920January 3, 1920Cornelia was listed as John Thomas Vardeman's wife in the 1920 Census on January 3, 1920 in Marshall, Saline County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Elizabeth Gaines Vardeman and Frances Laura Vardeman.10
Last EditedJan 10, 2011

Citations

  1. [S3090] , Jack Vardaman Family Tree: Family Tree Maker File, received June 18, 2004, There is no town of Stedmanton in Kentucky. There is a Stedmanton Road in the Forks of Elkhorn area near Frankfort so that may be a connection.
  2. [S522] William Scroggins, John Scrogin (1787-1853), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Scrogin1_John_born_1787.pdf, page 52.
  3. [S3090] , Jack Vardaman Family Tree: Family Tree Maker File, received June 18, 2004.
  4. [S714] U.S. Census Kentucky 1880, Shelby County, ED 190.
  5. [S3061] David Vardiman, e-mail to Garril Kueber March 21, 2004.
  6. [S3062] U.S. Census Missouri 1930, Chariton Co, North Salisbury Twp, ED 21-19.
  7. [S257] U.S. Census Kentucky 1870, Shelby County, Jacksonville.
  8. [S3849] U.S. Census Missouri 1900, Saline County, Marshall Twp.
  9. [S12364] U.S. Census Missouri 1910, Saline County, Blackwater Township.
  10. [S4229] U.S. Census Missouri 1920, Saline County, Marshall Twp, Marshall.

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William Harry Snook1

Male, #2416, b. 1861, d. February 14, 1948
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-grandson of Johan Willem Snoek
6th great-grandson of Samuel Griffith
FatherAllen M Snooks b. Oct, 1824, d. Jul 8, 1906
MotherHarriet V Graves b. Apr, 1832, d. Sep 10, 1921
Birth1861William was born 1861 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1,2 
Death of FatherJuly 8, 1906His father, Allen, died on July 8, 1906.3 
Death of MotherSeptember 10, 1921His mother, Harriet, died on September 10, 1921.4,3 
UnmarriedWilliam never married.1 
DeathFebruary 14, 1948William died February 14, 1948 in Donnellys Nursing Home, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky due to myocarditis.1,3  
BurialFebruary 16, 1948His body was buried on February 16, 1948 in Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky.1,4 
(household member) Census 1870June 7, 1870William Harry Snook was listed as a member of the household of Allen M Snooks and Harriet V Graves in the 1870 Census on June 7, 1870 in Shelby County, Kentucky. Other members of the household listed were Elizabeth Allen Snooks, Boyle Martin Snook, Henry Harrison Snooks and Mary Logan.2
(son) Census 1880June 10, 1880William Harry Snook was listed as a son in the household of Allen M Snooks and Harriet V Graves in the 1880 Census on June 10, 1880 in Christianburg, Shelby County, Kentucky. Other members of the household listed were Boyle Martin Snook.5
ResidenceJuly 8, 1906He resided in Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana, on July 8, 1906.3 
(boarder) Census 1910April 21, 1910William Harry Snook was listed as a boarder in the household of Margret Allison in the 1900 Census on April 21, 1910 in Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana. William Harry Snook's occupation is listed as tobacco salesman. Other members of the household listed were Boyle Martin Snook.6
(boarder) Census 1920January 6, 1920William Harry Snook was listed as a boarder in the household of Dora Welch in the 1920 Census on January 6, 1920 at 301 Mulberry Street Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana. William Harry Snook's occupation is listed as tobacco buyer. Other members of the household listed were Boyle Martin Snook.7
Last EditedMar 15, 2015

Citations

  1. [S5607] William H Snook, Kentucky Death Certificate.
  2. [S253] U.S. Census Kentucky 1870, Shelby County, District 1, Shelbyville.
  3. [S1316] Vital Records-Newspaper Index Card File, Kentucky Library Shelby County.
  4. [S13418] KY Shelbyville Grove Hill Cemetery, this source may be viewed at http://www.grovehillcemetery.net/, reviewed update of October 26, 2011.
  5. [S678] U.S. Census Kentucky 1880, Shelby Co, Christiansburg, ED 184.
  6. [S11664] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Jefferson County, Madison, Ward 2.
  7. [S11700] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, Jefferson County, Madison, Ward 2.

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Gerald E Snook

Male, #2419
Relationships5th cousin of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
6th great-grandson of Johan Willem Snoek
Father(given name not known) Snook 2g-grandson of William Snook & father of Gerald Snook1,2
Last EditedJan 18, 2007

Citations

  1. [S450] Gerald E Snook, letter to Garril L Kueber.
  2. [S958] Interview of Gerald E Snook, Garril Kueber.

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Johan Willem Snoek

Male, #2420, d. between May 26, 1760 and June 18, 1760
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Birth - no dateJohan was born on an unknown date in Germany
Birthabout 1700Johan was born about 1700 in Germany.1 
Marriagebefore 1720He married Cateron Ketchem before 1720 in Germany.2  
Birth of Daughterabout 1724His daughter Catherine was born about 1724 in an unknown place . 
Birth of Sonabout 1725His son William was born about 1725 in an unknown place .3 
Birth of Sonbefore 1728His son John was born before 1728 in an unknown place .4 
Birth of Sonabout 1742His son George was born about 1742 in Hopewell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey Colony .3,5 
Birth of Son1745His son Philip was born 1745 in an unknown place .6,4 
Deathbetween May 26, 1760 and June 18, 1760Johan died between May 26, 1760 and June 18, 1760 in Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He left a widow, Cateron.7  

Family

Cateron Ketchem d. b 3 Jun 1769
Children 1.Catherine Snook+ b. about 1724, d. between Apr 16, 1799 and Jun 15, 1799
 2.William Snook+ b. about 1725, d. Jun 13, 1793
 3.John Snook+ b. before 1728, d. before Mar 14, 1794
 4.Elizabeth Snook
 5.Mary Snook
 6.Christian Snook
 7.Ann Snook+ d. after Oct 29, 1787
 8.George Snook+ b. about 1742, d. between Jul 4, 1807 and Sep 23, 1807
 9.Philip Snook+ b. 1745, d. Nov 12, 1816
Note-McMahanJohan Willem Snoek Sources:
1. Title: Gerald E Snook Garril L Kueber July 3, 1991 Cleveland, Ohiotranscript in file
Abbrev: Letter Gerald E Snook
Type: Letter, Ver 2
Date: 2 FEB 1999
2. Title: Gerald E Snook Cleveland, Ohio Garril Kueber July 3, 1991telephone New Orleans to Cleveland notes in file
Abbrev: Interview-telephone, Gerald E Snook
Type: Interview - Vers 2
Date: 25 APR 2000
3. Title: New Jersey Archives Vol 32 Abstracts of Wills Vol 3 1751-1760Page 280 Schnuck(Snook) William of Amwell, Hunterdon County, yeoman, willof. Wife- Cateron. Children- John, Caterin Steenman, Elizabeth Volbart,Christian Roteham,
Ann Wombock, Mary Abbut, William, George, and Philipp. Real and personalestate. Executors - the wife, with sons John and William. Witnesses -Timothy Smith, Timothy Brush and Hieronymus (Jerome) Mengus (Mingus).Will dated 26
May 1760, proved 18 Jun 1760. Lib 10, p. 575.Inventory dated June 13,1760. £301.10.11, including apparel, bills, bonds, book debts and purse.£75.4.9; made by Timothy Smith and Timothy Brush.
Repository:
Note:
New Orleans Public Library

Abbrev: NJ Archives Wills V3, 1751-1760
Type: Book, Comp. Rcd Ver2
Date: 10 MAY 2000
4. Title: William Snook and Cateron (Catherine) Ketchem Family GroupSheet June, 1988 Marjorie Louise Younce copy in files. Informationobtained from: Edward Snook, Princton, NJ; Jerry Snook, Louisville, KY;DAR Patriot Index; 'Pioneers
of Old Hopewell' by Ralph Ege, 'Early Germans of New Jersey' by Chambers;Willliam Snook's Will.
Abbrev: Family Group Sheet, William Snook-Cateron Ketchem
Type: Family Group Sheet
Date: 26 JAN 2001
Note: has the date as May 6, 1760.
· ID: I2420
· Name: William (Johan Willem) SNOEK
· Sex: M 1 2
· Birth: EST 1700 in Germany
· Immigration: ABT 1720
· Will: 3 4 26 MAY 1760 Amwell Twp, New Jersey
· Death: 3 26 MAY 1760 in Amwell Twp, New Jersey
· Probate: 3 18 JUN 1760 Amwell Twp, New Jersey

Marriage 1 Cateron KETCHEM b: EST 1700 in Germany
· Married: 2 BEF 1720 in Germany
Citizenship
Legislative Act of the Royal Colony of New Jersey - July 8th, 1730
GEORGIJ Secondi Regis
An ACT for the better enabling divers Inhabitants of theProvince of
New-Jersey to hold Lands, and invest them with Priviledges of
natural born Subjects of said Province.
WHEREAS Godfrey Peters, Hendrick Bast, Johan Willem Snoek,Nicholas
Signe, Johannes Laux, Willem Guise, Jacob Moor, HieronimusKeyser,
Joseph Bast, Rudolph Herley, Anthoney Hubbach, Johan Moor,Johan
Ludowick Rightmier, Jacob Houselt, Johannes Yager, JohannesPeter
Lager, Paul Flag, Jacob Peer, Hendrick Dirdorf, ChristianCornelius,
Carel Hierlogh, Bartholomeus Melsbogh, Hendrick Yager, JacobEigh,
Christian Hassel, Johan Housilt, Johan Philip Kaes, JohanPeter
Rockefelter and his two Sons, namely, Peter Rockefelter andJohannes
Rockefelter, Peter Bodine, Jacob Engle, Jacob Sartor and histwo
Sons, namely, Johannes Sartor and Hendrick Sartor, Johan Bergand
his three Sons, namely, Johannes Berg, Pieter Berg and JohnBerg,
John Gerig Miller, Johan Young, Martin Fisher and his twoSons,
namely, Jacob Fisher and Philip Fisher, Koenraet Kull,Hendrick
Snoek, William Han, Christopher Snider, Jacob Gerhart, WillemEngle,
Pieter Fisber, Pieter Young, Herbert Homer, KoenraetHeinerigh, Adam
Homer, Willen Billesfelt, Willem Kaes, Paul Kole, HieronimusHorn,
Matteys Smith, Carel Maret, Johannes Giddeman, and his SonHendrick
Giddeman, mattys Kaalsitt, Hendrick Weever, Ann Stagg, Anthony
Dirdorf and his four Sons, namely Peter Dirdorf, John Dirdorf,
Anthony Dirdorf and Christian Dirdorf, were born under theLeigance
of the Emperor of Germany, and other Princes in Amity withthe Crown
of Great Britain, and have settled themselves and theirEffects in
this Province of New-Jersey, and desirous of enjoying thePrivileges
and Benefits which natural born Subjects of the Crown of Great
Britain enjoy, and have by their humble Petition prayed Leaveto
bring in a Bill for Naturalizing them the said Petitioners,and as
the said Petitioners do profess the Protestant Religion, andhave
given Testimony of their Duty, Loyalty and Affection to HisMajesty,
King George the Second, and the Succession of the Crown inthe
Protestant Line.
May it please the Governor at the humble Suit of the said
Petitioners, that it may be Enabled, And, Be it Enacted bythe
Governor, Council and General Assembly now met and asembled,and by
the Authority of the Same, That Godfrey Peters, HendrickBast,
Johan Willem Snoek, Nicholas Signe, Johannes Laux, WillemGuise,
Jacob Moor, Hieronimus Keyser, Joseph Bast, Rudolph Herley,Anthony
Hubbach, Johan Moor, Johan Ludowick Rightmier, Jacob Houselt,
Johannes Yager, Johannes Peter Yager, Paul Hag, Jacob Peer,
Hendrick Dirdorf, Christian Cornelius, Carel Hierlogh,Bartholomeus
Melsbogh, Hendrick Yager, Jacob Eigh, Christian Hassel, Johan
Housilt, Johan Philip Kaes, Johan Peter Rockefelter and histwo
Sons, namely, Peter Rockefelter and Johannes Rockefelter,Peter
Bodine, Jacob Engle, Jacob Sartor and his two Sons, namelyJohannes
Sartor and Hendrick Sartor, Johan William Berg and his threeSons,
namely, Johanns Berg, Pieter Berg and John Berg, John GerigMiller,
Johan Young, Martin Fisher and his two Sons, namely, JacobFisher
and Philip Fisher, Koenraet Kull, Hendrick Snoek, William Han,
Christopher Snider, Jacob Gerhart, Willem Engle, PieterFisher,
Pieter Young, Herbert Homer, Koenraet Heinerigh, Adam Homer,Willem
Billesfelt, Willem Kaes, Paul Kole, Hieronimus Horn, matteysSmith,
Carel Maret, Johannes Giddeman, and his Son Hendrick Giddeman,
mattys Kaalsitt, Hendrick Weever, Ann Stage, Anthony Dirdorfand
his four Sons, namely, Peter Dirdorf, John Dirdorf, AnthonyDirdorf
and Christian Dirdorf, are and shall be to all Intents andPurposes
deemed taken and esteemed his Majesty's natural bornSubjects of
this Province of New Jersey, as if they and each of them hadbeen
born within the said Province, and shall and may, and everyof them
shall and may with this Province take, receive, enjoy and be
entitled to all Rights, Priviledges and Advantages of naturalborn
Subjects, as fully to all Intents, Constructions and Purposes
whatsoever as any of His Majesty's natural born Subjects ofthis
Province can do or ought to enjoy by Virtue of their beignHis
Majesty's natural born Sujects of His Majesty's saidProvince of
New-Jersey.
Provided always, and it is hereby declared, That this Actnor any
Thing therein contained shall be construed of as to enable the
several Persons herein named to be capable of being of HisMajesty's
Council of this Province, or to be Member of GeneralAssembly, or
enjoy any Office or Place of Trust or Profit, or by takingany Grant
from the Crown, or from the Governor for the Time being, anyLaw,
Usage or Custom to the contrary thereof in any wise
notwithstanding.
(Transcription by Ronald J. Sortor)


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Last updated on: Wednesday, April 24, 2002.1 
Name Variation Johan Willem Snoek was also known as William Snook. 
Immigrationabout 1720Johan immigrated to the about 1720. 
WillMay 26, 1760He made a will on May 26, 1760 in Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.7,8 
ProbateJune 18, 1760The will of Johan was probated on June 18, 1760 in Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.7 
Last EditedSep 22, 2013

Citations

  1. [S12366] Gayle Colleen McMahan, Gayle Colleen McMahan GEDCOM, January 2011.
  2. [S958] Interview of Gerald E Snook, Garril Kueber.
  3. [S1769] Judy Tooman, Descendants of William Snook,.
  4. [S2015] William Snook and Cateron (Catherine) Ketchem, Family Group Sheet.
  5. [S2016] George Snook and Anna Corwin, Family Group Sheet.
  6. [S1769] Judy Tooman, Descendants of William Snook,, had about 1740.
  7. [S530] New Jersey Archives Vol 32 Abstracts of Wills Vol 3 1751-1760.
  8. [S2015] William Snook and Cateron (Catherine) Ketchem, Family Group Sheet, has the date as May 6, 1760.

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