Snow, William T
Snow, William T., a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Providence, R.I., about 1803. In 1826 he embraced religion, was licensed to preach, and soon after joined the Ohio Conference. For a number of years he labored in the mountains of Western Virginia, Southern Ohio, and the wilds of Michigan. In 1836-37 his health failed, and he retired from active work, residing in Oakland County, Mich., and preaching to the Indians as his strength permitted. He died Oct. 16, 1875. See Minutes of Ann. Conf. 1875, p. 146.