H. SNOW, engineer, Colegrove, a son of Robert and Rebecca (Bangs) Snow, natives of Massachusetts, was born in
that State February 13, 1817. When seventeen years old, he entered a blacksmith shop as an apprentice, and served
four years. He married, December 24, 1841, Miss Eliza Crosby, of Orleans, Mass., where she died January 7, 1842,
only living fourteen days after their marriage. June 1, 1844, he married Mrs. Caroline Cole, daughter of Jonathan
and Betsy (Rogers) Kendrick, of Orleans, Mass. He worked at his trade until 1872, when he went to Brooklyn, N.
Y., looking after other business. In 1881 he came to Titusville, Penn., where he was foreman in a machine shop
for Dilingham, Cole & Co. He was an oil operator in Bradford for some time, and in 1881 he went to Srnethport,
Penn., and in company with his son, James H. Snow, bought some gas wells and supplied the borough of Smethport
with gas. In 1884 he came to Colegrove as engineer for the National Transit Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. Snow are
the parents of three children, viz.: Nathan, a dry goods merchant in Boston; William B. (deceased) and James H.,
general superintendent for the National Transit Oil Company, New York City. James H. Snow was married, in 1874,
to Delia Newell, of Titusville, Penn. July 9, 1886, Heman Snow, the subject of these lines, married Mrs. Betsey
Nickerson, of Massachusetts, a daughter of Albert and Mary Esterbrooks.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk and Forest,
With Biographical Selections.
J. H. Beers & Co., Publishers
McKean County, PA Biographies
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