Biography of J. E. Snashell
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Snashell, J. E., Aurora, p. o. West Falls, born in England, county of Kent, August 9, 1846, is a son of George and Harriet Snashell, born in England where he died; his wife is still living. J. E. Snashell was reared and educated in England, and at the age of eighteen came to Buffalo, N. Y., and after six years came to Griffin's Mills, where he engaged in the milling business. In 1884 he came to West Falls and purchased the West Falls Mills, and also engaged in the mercantile business. Mr. Snashell is a Democrat in politics and was postmaster during Cleveland's administration. He married Eliza, daughter of Pliny A. Haynes, and they had six children. Mr. Snashell is a member of Livingston Lodge No. 155, F. & A. M. William P. Haynes, born in Aurora on the farm he owns, June 28, 1859, is a son of Pliny, a son of Moses Haynes, a native of Vermont, who, about 1808 came to Aurora and settled on eighty three acres of land, a part of which William P. now owns, and there lived and died a farmer. Pliny Haynes was born in Vermont and about 1808 came to Aurora and there lived and died. His wife was Mary Train of Vermont, and they had eight children, of whom six are living. He died January 13, 1890, and his wife September 15, 1889.

Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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