Indiana McCaslins

Cordelia BroadwellAge: 81 years18341916

Birth October 6, 1834 50 39
Census 1850 (Age 15 years)
Census 1860 (Age 25 years)
MarriageGeorge King SnodgrassView this family
January 1, 1873 (Age 38 years)
Note: Married by Rev David B Read, Presbyterian Minister
Census 1880 (Age 45 years)
Census 1900 (Age 65 years)
Census 1910 (Age 75 years)
Death of a husbandGeorge King Snodgrass
July 25, 1915 (Age 80 years)
Burial of a husbandGeorge King Snodgrass
July 26, 1915 (Age 80 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Waldschmidt Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 57531814)
Death March 2, 1916 (Age 81 years)
Burial March 3, 1916 (1 day after death)
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Marriage: January 1, 1873Saluda, Jefferson, Indiana
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Marriage: February 21, 1866, Jefferson, Indiana
Divorce: March 20, 1872, Salt Lake, Utah

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Married by Rev David B Read, Presbyterian Minister
Shared note
In the 1850 US Federal Census for Columbia, Hamilton, Ohio, 76-year-old New Jersey-born farmer Ira Broadwill owns $9,400 worth of real estate. He and his 55-year-old New Jersey-born wife Deborah [Conkling] Broadwell have in their household their Ohio-born daughters, 18-year-old Nancy and 15-year-old Cordelia. Both Nancy and Cordelia have attended school in the past year. In the 1860 US Federal Census for Columbia, Hamilton, Ohio, 76-year-old New Jersey-born farmer Ira Broadwill owns $6,500 worth of real estate and $600 worth of personal property. He and his 65-year-old New Jersey-born wife Deborah [Conkling] Broadwell have in their household their 25-year-old Ohio-born daughter Cordelia. George King Snodgrass married Cordelia Broadwell on 1 Jan 1873 in Jefferson County, Indiana In the 1880 US Federal Census for Saluda, Jefferson, Indiana 36-year-old Indiana-born farmer G King [sic] Snodgrass and his 45-year-old Ohio-born second wife Corda [sic] [Broadwell] Snodgrass have in their household a 14-year-old Indiana-born servant Ida Righthouse. Ida has attended school in the past year. George's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Pennsylvania; Cordelia's parents were born in New Jersey; Ida's parents were born in Indiana. In the 1900 US Federal Census for Columbia, Hamilton, Ohio, 56-year-old Indiana-born George K Snodgrass and his 65-year-old Ohio-born wife Cordela [Broadwell] Snodgrass have been married 25 years. Cordelia has borne no children. Neither has an occupation. George has served in the Union Army. They are living in the household of Cordelia's brother-in-law 74-year-old Ohio-born Thomas Boone and Cordelia's sisiter Nancy S Broadwell Boone. George and Cordelia are literate and speak English. George's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Pennsylvania; Cordelia's parents were born in New Jersey. In the 1910 US Federal Census for Columbia, Hamilton, Ohio, 67-year-old Indiana-born George K Snodgrass and his 76-year-old Ohio-born wife Cordelia [Broadwell] Snodgrass have been married 37 years. This is a second marriage for him, but a first marriage for her. She has borne no children. They are living in a rented house. Neither has an occupation. Both are literate and speak English. George is a Union veteran of the Civil War. George's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Pennsylvania; Cordelia's parents were born in New Jersey. Widowed Cordelia Snodgrass was 81-years 4-months 24-days old when she died of a cerebral hemorage, of three days duration, at 12:20 am on 2 Mar 1916 in Columbia, Hamilton, Ohio. Dr R C Belt of Milford, Ohio attended her. She was born 6 Oct 1834 in Columbia, Ohio to Ira Broadwell (birthplace Indiana Hill, Ohio) and Deborah Conkling (birthplace unknown). Her occupation is listed as invalid.The informant was Deborah Humphrey of Indian Hill, Ohio (Cordelia's niece). Place of burial or removal was Camp Dennison, Ohio, and date of burial was 3 Mar 1916. The undertaker was Motsinger and Johnson of Milford, Ohio.