A Genealogy of the Barnum, Barnam and Barnham Family

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A One-Name Study for the BARNUM/BARNHAM Surname

Notes for Hannah SNOOK

The Minnesota Territorial and State Census of 1857 for Stillwater, Washington County, shows Hannah as the head of family for the following family group:
Dwelling #176; Family #176
Hannah Barnum, 48, Female, White, born Canada
Abram Barnum, 22, Male, White, born Canada, Naturalized voter, Laborer
Edwin Barnum, 20, Male, White, born Canada, Laborer
George Barnum, 17, Male, White, born Canada, Laborer
Caroline Barnum, 16, Female, White, born Canada
Catherine L. Barnum, 15, Female, White, born Canada
Also included in the household were: Lewellyn Doyle, 21; John Oaks, 24; Samuel Burns, 30; Sefton Burns, 22; Scott Hall; 18; Wm Barrett, 24; Francis Orff, 21 and John Dubois, 25. All were listed as laborers and it is assumed that they were boarding with the family.
Saltfleet township was established originally in what was thenUpper Canada. In 1974 it wasamalgamatedwith the village ofStoney Creekto form the town of Stoney Creek.Stoney Creek itself was amalgamated with the City of Hamilton, Ontario, in 2001.
Lakevilleis asuburbofMinneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, approximately 20 miles (32km) south of both downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul.


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