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VII. Moses Moran Snow

VII. Moses Moran Snow          md: 10 Oct 1855        Ala Pruit
     b:        1930             pl:  Hopkins Co., Texas    b: 27 Feb 1835
    pl: Missouri                                            pl: Missouri
     d: 16 Jan1864                                          d:  5 Feb 1924
    pl: Sandy, Blanco Co. Tx                             pl: Sixteen Springs, NM
     f: Jesse Snow                                           f: Calvin Pruit
    m: Sarah Standard                                      m: Aley Chris Prook

   Soon after their marriage in Hopkins County, Moses and Ala migrated to Sandy Community in Blanco County, and it was there that their four children were born.
   Moses Moran Snow served in the Army for the Confederate States of America.  He enrolled the 7th of September 1861 under the leadership of Captain George Freeman in the Pedernales Home Guard Calvary Company.  His military rank is shown as 4th Sargent.  While searching for Bushwakers, Moses Moran Snow was killed in his own home, presumably reaching for his rifle; he was killed in front of his wife.  A squad of Captain Dorbandt’s Militia had tracked him down as a Confederate deserter.  He died at the age of 34 years old.  He rather protect his own family on the Indian frontier in Texas instead of being a pawn in the Slavery issue.

Moses Moran and Ala Snow were the parents of the following four children:

1.) Jesses Moran Snow
2.) Sarah Christopher Snow
3.) Mary Jane Snow

4.) Moses Moran Snow {female}

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