Solomon Snyder (Karrick) Family Bible
In the possession of Columbiana-Fairfield Historical Society, Columbiana OH 44408
*Note- Cover of the Bible monogrammed on front monogrammed with ‘Solomon Snyder’
Annie Snyder was born 20th January, 1875
Walter J Karrick was born on the 15th day of February 1868
Walter Karrick & Miss Annie Snyder married on the 26th January 1893
Maggie K died 18th October 1900 aged 10 years
Mrs. Maggie Karrick died 9th December 1899 aged 72 years
Died at the residence of Mr. Solomon Snyder, Mrs. Susan Snyder 37 years old, 3 months, 3 days.
Mr. Solomon Snyder died on the 9th October in the year of our Lord 1897.
Walter Karrick died 1958- 90 years.
Mrs. Walter Karrick died 1956- 80 years
LOOSE SHEETS IN BIBLE:
-Newspaper Clipping on Harry Bookwalter taped inside. Copy on file in Historical Society
-Obit Clipping- Death of Maggie Karrick Membrous Croup was the cause of death of Miss Maggie Karrick at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Karrick, on the Salem road, Wednesday evening. She had not been sick but a few days and her death was entirely unexpected. The funeral services were held Friday, Rev. R.E. Porter officiating, with the interment in Columbiana Cemetery. Maggie was a bright little girl of ten years of age and stood well in her studies at school and was a regular attendant at Sunday School. Her mother, Miss Arzonia Stecker of Monongehela City, PA. Attended the funeral.
-Obit Clipping- 72 Years of Age At the ripe old age of 72 years and 3 months, Solomon Snyder died Saturday of heart disease and dropsy, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Karrick on Salem Street. The funeral services were held on Monday, conducted by Rev. G.L. Davis of the M.E. church with interment in North Lima. Mr. Snyder was a member of the M.E. Church, a life long resident of this vicinity and leaves four children to mourn his death; Mrs. Walter Karrick, Mrs. Wm Arnold, Mrs. Lida Greenamyer, and Mrs. Joel Oberholtzer. The children desire to thank their friends and neighbors for kindness shown them during the sickness and death of their father.
-Obit Clipping- As a Tired Child Margaret Karrick Went to Sleep- The Last long Sleep. Sitting in an armchair before the fire knitting Monday evening, Margaret Karrick silently laid her work on the table by her side, reclining her head upon the back of the chair and with one hand in her lap and one on the arm of the chair quietly and peacefully entered into eternal rest. She was living with her son, Walter, on the Salem road and it was thus the family found her about 7 o’clock. Heart trouble was the cause of death. The funeral services were held this afternoon from the house, Rev. R. E. Porter officiating with interment in the Columbiana Cemetery. Margaret Karrick was born in Pennsylvania Nov. 20, 1827 and came to this section with her parents when quite young and had always lived in this vicinity. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, a kindhearted sympathizing woman and many were the acts of kindness and generosity done by her. Two sons, Walter, with whom she lived, and L.R. of Canton survive her, besides Maggie, an adopted daughter.
-Obit Clipping- Mrs. Walter Karrick Dies; Funeral Monday (special to the Vindicator) Columbiana. May 5- Mrs. Annie Karrick, 80, wife of Walter Karrick, died suddenly of a heart attack at 12:45 pm Friday. She was dead on arrival at Salem City Hospital (1956 handwritten in) Mrs. Karrick was born in Columbiana Jan 20, 1876 a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Solomon Snyder. She was married to Mr. Karrick in 1893 and they lived in the same house on Salem St. ever since their marriage. Funeral services will be at 1:30 pm Monday at the Warrick Funeral Home where friends may call Sunday evening.
-Obit Clipping- Walter Karrick, 90, Dies; Funeral Friday (special to the Vindicator) Columbiana, Oct, 2- Walter J. Karrick, 90, of 50 W. Salem St. died at 4pm Wednesday in the Cupola Nursing Home, Leetonia where he had been a resident since May, 1956. He was born Feb. 15, 1868 in Pennsylvania. He married Anna Snyder in 1893 and she died May 4, 1956. A resident of Columbiana 65 years, he had been a stationary engineer for the Columbiana Milling Co. He leaves a nephew, Alvin Karrick of Bay City, Mich. Funeral Services will be at 1:30 pm Friday in the Warrick Funeral Home where friends may call tonight from 7 to 9.
PHOTOS IN BIBLE:
-Inside cover of Bible with note- Mr. & Mrs. Karrick Bible, Grandmother Oberholtzer’s half sister
-Picture of Walter Karrick home
-Pictures of Walter and Anna Karrick
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