In 1760 John Snow’s family claimed residency back to 1678.
This article claims the Snows originated in Devon, with John Snow and Sons owning property in Harbour Grace dating back to the late 1600’s
In Jersey John Snow witnessed this will in 1734:
Captain John Snow commissioned officer Little Belle Island 1709 CO194 22 #73
1709 Military and Administrative Personnel
(b) List of the Officers in Newfoundland, commissioned Oct.1709.
Little Bell Isle:—James Butler, Governor; Geo. Garland, Jno. Snow, Capts.; John Butler, jr., John Fancy, Wm. Thacker, Lieuts. Signed, Jos.Taylor. 2 pp. [C.O. 194, 22. No. 73.]
From: ‘America and West Indies: October 1709, 1-12’, Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 24: 1708-1709 (1922), pp. 476-482.
BRITISH FACTORY CHAPLAINCY, OPORTO, PORTO, PORTUGAL
father: Thomas Snow mother: Margaret
Charlotte Snow 7 July 1778
Thomas Snow 4 May 1780
Sophia Snow 12 December 1781
Juliana Snow 4 October 1783
Lavinia Snow 16 August 1785
Marian Snow 3 June 1787
Frances Eliza Snow 8 December 1789
Thomas Snow 27 October 1791
George Henry Snow 4 August 1798
…….When peace was again restored in 1713 the Butlers returned to Port de Grave, where the family had a prior history in the seventeenth century.
John Butler and his wife of unknown name may have both died not long after their return to Port de Grave from Little Belle Isle. Their early deaths may account for the fact that Thomas Butler, their son, was brought up in the family of Thomas Snow on a neighbouring property
Ships Captains often transported exiles and indentured workers:
This link seems to have a lot of information:
My Noels link to generation 5 Mary Snow marries Charles Martin
More from Jersey:
The Phenix from Ireland to NF, Capt Snow, taken April 12, 1742 Caledonia Mercury.
Some early references in other locales:
A Captain Thomas Snow witnessed/signed the statements of a shipwrecked crew in Great St Lawrence Harbour per the Derby Mercury September 14, 1727.
JERSEY SAILING SHIPS page 65
Vessel Date Master Owner Rig, Tonnage, etc.
FRANCIS & ANN 1701 Thomas Snow — 40 t
Fishermen, Mariners & Seamen of Poole
1767 Thomas SNOW (m).
1770 John SNOW (m).
Index of wills proved in Bristol 1741-1765 (arranged by occupation)
1743 SNOW, John City of Bristol Mariner
1741 SNOW, Robert City of Bristol Mariner
26 Sept 1749
Gov. Rodney (St. John=s)
Thomas Snow (Port DeGraves)
Petition of James Buttler against Thomas Snow (title of plantation)
3 Sept 1755
Gov. Dorrill (St. John=s)
Thomas Power (Harbour Grace)
Ordered to appear in court to answer the complaint of Edward Snow that his fish was taken by force.
12, 13, 14 Sept 1751
Gov. Drake (St. John=s)
-Arrests for several trespasses and misdemeanors.
-Samuel Pike of Musqueto indicted for illegal seizing of room of John Snow at Port De Graves. Pleaded not guilty. Testimony of Snow and others included.
-Samuel Pike and John Massey receive sentencing for their guilty pleas
Jersey Heritage Site:
Testament of Edward Snow of Thomas St Helier 1769
Testament of William Snow son of Guillaume St Helier 1780 (also in British National Archives 1782?)
Testament of Anne Allez, widow of William Snow 1802
Testament of William Snow merchant of St Aubin 1713
Testament of Marie Snow 1723
1737 VESSELS BELONGING TO JERSEY IN I737.
King Fisher——————————Sloop——————-JOHN Luce.
Elizabeth———————————Sloop—————–ELIAS LE GROS.
Willing Indeavour————————-Do.—————-PETER MAYNARD.
Jane————————————–Do.—————–JOHN LE GROS.
Charming Betty————————–Do.—————-JAMES LE CRAS.
Seven Sisters—————————-Do..—————-PETER QUETYVEL.
Thomas and Jane——————-Brigantine—————CARTERET DEAN.
The Jersey—————————Snow———————JOHN PIPON.
Union——————————-Unknown.————JOHN LE VESCONTE.
Three Brothers———————–Do.—————NICHOLAS LE VESCOTE
Providence ————————–Do.—————-MICHAEL LE VESCONTE.
George and Philip——————-Do.————————-Ph.. R0BIN.
? and the Fly————————Do.——————-AMICE LE FOLLEY.
Philip and John———————-Do.——————–RICHARD LE CRAS.
Philip——————————-Do.———————-JOHN Du PARCQ.
Jersey in the 18th and 19th Centuries, page 191,Jersey Chamber of Commerce DA 670, .J5S3
This is a pretty amazing piece of work and it was available online:
From Snow to Snow By James G Snow.
James Snow, Publisher, New York, New York 1984.
I think it understates the presence of the Snow family in Newfoundland. I think there were 2 John Snows in Newfoundland or 1 John Snow remarried and had 2 families. There are too many early references appearing now that cannot be accounted for
Commander: William Snow.
Ship: Charming Nancy.
Burden: 200 tons.
Owners: Philip Lempriere, Thomas Pixon, Nicholas Fiott, Gideon Villeneufe of Jersey, merchants, and William Snow.
Lieutenant: John Journaulx.
Gunner: Elias de St Croix.
Boatswain: John Fontaine.
Carpenter: Thomas Luce.
Surgeon: Michael Cohill.
Cook: Philip Hubert.
Armament: 20 carriage and 12 swivel guns.
|Date:||1757 August 25|
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
Commander: Thomas Pepin.
Burden: 30 tons.
Owners: Captain Thomas Pepin, James Lempriere and Peter de St Croix.
Lieutenant: Thomas Snow.
Gunner: John le Cras.
Boatswain: Philip Slow.
Carpenter: John Luis.
Cook: Peter Paine.
Master: Roger Saywell.
Armament: 6 guns.
|Date:||1702 June 11|
Commander: Thomas Snow.
Ship: Willing Mind.
Burden: 40 tons.
Owners: James Romon and Company of Guernsey, merchants.
Lieutenant: Nicholas Williams.
Boatswain: Thomas Simpson.
Gunner: Thomas Warner.
Carpenter: John Wood.
Surgeon: Robert Kettleby.
Cook: Joseph Clare.
Armament: 6 guns.
|Date:||1744 April 14|
Commander: Griffith Hitchings.
Ship: Tartar Snow. .
Burden: 140 tons.
Owners: Holles Saunders, Richard Simes, Sydenham Feast, John Snow, Daniel White and Humphrey Brown of Bristol, merchants.
Lieutenant: Thomas Jones.
Gunner: Joseph Rich.
Boatswain: Jeremiah Evans.
Carpenter: David Irwin.
Surgeon: Timothy Charles.
Cook: John Williams.
Armament: 14 carriage guns.
|Date:||1759 February 8|
Commander: Edward Snow.
Ship: Earl of Albemarle. .
Burden: 30 tons.
Owners: Abraham Gosset of Jersey, merchant.
Home port: Jersey.
Lieutenant: Thomas Enough.
Gunner: Edward Saveret.
Boatswain: John Blampy.
Carpenter: Elias Le Gros.
Cook: John Thomas.
Surgeon: Edward Turner.
Armament: 4 carriage and 6 swivel guns.
|Date:||1761 March 21|
Commander: Thomas Snow.
Burden: 12 tons.
Lieutenant: John Major.
Gunner: Charles Bray.
Armament: 2 guns and 4 pedreros.
|Date:||1689 August 29|
Commander: Ralph Wimple.
Burden: 280 tons.
Lieutenant: Stephen Tucker.
Master: Richard Bond.
Gunner: Richard Martin.
Boatswain: John Glover.
Carpenter: John Wild.
Surgeon: Richard Haynes.
Cook: Robert Snow.
Armament: 30 guns.
|Date:||1692 September 1|
Commander: Thomas Hue
Burden: 50 tons.
Owners: Messrs John Auley and Philip Winter of Jersey, merchants.
Lieutenant: Edward Snow.
Gunner: John Simon.
Boatswain: Francis de la Cour.
Carpenter: Francis de St Croix.
Surgeon: Thomas Hill.
Cook: John Ragous.
Armament: 6 carriage guns.
|Date:||1759 February 19|
Commander: John Trewolla.
Ship: Bridget Galley.
Burden: 100 tons.
Owners: Marquess of Carmarthen, Abraham Beake and Samuel Winder of London, merchants.
Lieutenant: William Clottworthy.
Master: Walter Prendefoot.
Boatswain: Gilbert Harper.
Gunner: John Snow.
Carpenter: Richard Chamberlain.
Doctor: John Pond.
Cook: William Underhill.
Armament: 14 guns and 4 pedreros.
|Date:||1696 August 1|
Commander: Samuel Sanders.
Burden: 220 tons.
Chief mate: Daniel Williams.
Second mate: Nicholas Snow.
Gunner: Henry Fowler.
Boatswain: John Hartley.
Carpenter: John Blackford.
Doctor: John Hendrick Hayborne.
Cook: Matthew Lewis.
Armament: 22 guns.
|Date:||1690 May 28|
Testament of David Shnow. Dated 10/09/1718 Jersey
Testament of Marie Snow. Dated 21/08/1723 Jersey
Testament of David Shnow. Dated 10/09/1718
Date: September 25th 1718
Testament of Marie Snow. Dated 21/08/1723
Date: September 13th 1723
FromL “Janice Potter”
Subject: Captain Thomas Snow 1744-1747
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 05:42:53 -0400
I am writing to the list with this request in aid that there might be
someone out there specifically in Jersey
that might be able to help us out.
Our 7th great grandmother was Rachel SNOW, b1690(baptised February 25)
married to Thomas Martel 1716
Rachel’s parents were Richard SNOW of England(no specific area
mentioned) and Rachel Rougier(Rouget)
At the baptism were Sr. Nicolas Rouget and Judith Lihou. (Was this
couple Rachel’s grandparents?)
Nov 10 1781 St. John’s William SNOW Elizabeth CHURCHILL Married
St John’s Jane Wife of John SNOW buried June 14 1772
Subject: [CHANNEL ISLANDS] MESSERVY/SNOW
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 18:22:46 EST
my notes indicates that there is a book written about the
Messervy family and one Thomas Snow married into that family.
Would like to be able to get this book. Any books anyone could recommend
would be great.
From: “Peter Guilbert”
Subject: Re: Snow – the story continues
Date: Sun, 01 Aug 1999 12:34:33 +0100
I could only find one in the St Andrew’s registers! If others were born, it
will be in other parishes, or out of Guernsey.
However, I did try to find out more in the Priaulx the other day:-
Marriages – St Peter Port
Mr Cesar PIGUENIT m Elizabeth SNOW 17 Sep 1787
Jean SNOW m Marie MAUGEUR 21 Nov 1792
Jean TORODE so Daniel m Elizabeth SNOW do Jean 22 Mar 1796
Alexander SNOW so William of Stonehaven, near Aberdeen, Scotland
m Mary Le LACHEUR do Elisha of St Peter Port 15 Sep 1798
Thomas SNOW so Jean m Marguerite FLAMBE do Hellier 28 Oct 1800
Henry Le LACHEUR so Henry of St Peter Port
m Elizabeth SNOW native of Jersey 10 Oct 1801
Nicholas ROTTENBURY, so John m Elizabeth SNOW do Jean 16 Oct 1809
Marriages – St Saviours
Jean SNOW, fils Jean et Elizabeth ESNOUF native of the parish of St Peter in
the isle of Jersey
m Suzanne MAROT do David and the late Suzanne DU VAL of St Peter Port on the
15 May 1762
I checked my files. I have Rachel Guilbert wife of Le Sieur Thomas
Martel, married 21st August 1751 at St Andrew’s church. Rachel was born in
May 1726, the 7th child of Jean Guilbert and Elizabeth Brehaut – Rachel was
born at La Villiaze, St Andrews. My records show that the Thomas was the
son of Thomas Martel and Rachel Snow of Le Niot. Does this ring your bell!
I do think that this last one shows the intermarriage between the islands at
the time. It’s just plodding through the registers that’s needed now by