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SNYDER, Albert Edwin

Source: Hillsboro Times about September 4, 1946
Albert E. Snyder, 73, father of Troy Snyder of Hillsboro died at Culver Hospital, Crawfordsville early Friday morning after having been a patient for a week. He was a well known resident of Crawfordsville.  Mr. Snyder was born near Allentown, PA December 28, 1872 and came to Indiana with his parents when four years of age and settled on a farm in Clinton County near the village of Pettit, northwest of Frankfort. He graduated
from Mulberry School and attended Valparaiso University. He taught school in Clinton County 15 years, most of the time in Mulberry.  He was married to Edna Mae Peter of Mulberry in 1897 and they resided in
Mulberry until 1913 when they moved to Crawfordsville. He was superintendent of agencies for the Central States Life Insurance Company for a number of years, having retired four years ago. He was a member
of the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church of Crawfordsville.  The widow and three children survive: Glen E. Snyder, Charleston Ill; Mrs. Verna Newhouser, wife of Capt. Lloyd Newhouser of Bethleham, Md and Troy A.
Snyder of Hillsboro. Five grandchildren also survive; William A. Snyder and Mrs. Helen E. Rennels, both of Charleston, Ill; Charles Donald and Nelson Lloyd Newhouser of Bethesda and Jean Alice Snyder of Mulberry,
together with two sisters, Mrs. Cora Rothenberger of Dayton, Ohio and Mrs. Ada Blickenstaff of St. Paul, Minn and one brother, Samuel Snyder of Pettit.  Funeral service was held at the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian
Church at 2:30 Monday afternoon with Dr. RG Rismann, pastor of the church in charge.  Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery at Crawfordsville.
Note: His Death Record (Indiana #25071) adds the following information that he lived at at 311 S. Water and had been in the Crawfordsville Community 33 years.  He died Aug 30, 1946 at 12:30 a.m. born above date
to Edwin Snyder born in PA and Hannah Rex also born there. Buried Sept 2, at Oak Hill by Utterback & Bright.

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