Indiana McCaslins

Pearl M SnyderAge: 67 years18851952

Pearl M Snyder
Birth January 16, 1885 26 27
Source: Find a Grave
Death of a maternal grandfatherAllen F McCaslin
February 8, 1895 (Age 10 years)
Note: also given as 6 Feb 1875 which cannot be correct as he is listed on the 1880 census.
Census 1895 (Age 9 years)
Census 1905 (Age 19 years)
MarriageGrace Palmyra ?(Snyder)View this family
about 1910 (Age 24 years)

Birth of a son
J Clark Snyder
September 7, 1911 (Age 26 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Death May 2, 1952 (Age 67 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial after May 2, 1952
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Topeka Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 14651844)
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Family with Grace Palmyra ?(Snyder) - View this family
Marriage: about 1910
20 months
J Clark Snyder
Birth: September 7, 1911 26 20Kansas
Death: June 1, 1986Salina, Saline, Kansas

Birth1895 Kansas State Census
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Census1895 Kansas State Census
Census1905 Kansas State Census
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Topeka Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 14651844)

Shared note

In the 1895 Kansas State Census for Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas 36-year-old printer W.A. Snyder and his 37-year-old housekeeper wife, Maggie [Margaret E McCaslin] Snyder have in their household their 10-year-old son Pearl and Maggies 26-year-old milliner sister Fannie [Rebecca Frances] McCaslin. Fannie is fibbing about her age as she should be five years older than she is claiming. W.A. was born in Illinois but came to Kansas via Indiana.

In the 1905 Kansas State Census for Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, 73-year-old Mary R McCaslin has in her household her widowed 34-year-old daughter Jesse A [McCaslin] OConner, her granddaughter and grandson, 14-year-old Edna May OConner and 20-year-old Pearl Snyder and a 30-year-old boarder Daniel whose last name begins with a T. Jessie, Pearl and Daniel are working as clerks.

Salina Journal, Sunday, May 4, 1952 page 24 column 4


P. M. Snyder Pearl M. Snyder, 67, Topeka, father of J. Clark Snyder, Salina died unexpectedly Friday at his home. He had been ill the last two weeks but seemingly was recover- ing. Born Jan. 16, 1895, in Topeka, where he spent his entire life, Mr. Snyder began working for the San- ta Fe railroad in 1904. He was chief clerk in charge of the inter- line department at the time of his death. The funeral will be Monday afternoon.