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Adam Clarke Snydor

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Adam Clarke Snydor
Justice of the Supreme Court of West Virginia
In office
Jun. 1, 1882 – Nov. 8, 1890
Preceded byJames F. Patton
Succeeded byHomer A. Holt
Personal details
BornMarch 26, 1834
Highland County, Virginia
DiedJuly 24, 1896
Lewisburg, West Virginia
NationalityAmerican
Political partyDemocratic
Spouse(s)Henrietta Cary Mathews
Alma materWashington College (Washington and Lee University)

Adam Clarke Snydor (March 26, 1834 – July 24, 1896) was a Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court.

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Biography

Snydor was educated at Washington College (now Washington and Lee University) in Lexington, Virginia. He received a degree in law at the Lexington Law School. He married Henrietta Cary.

When the Civil War broke, he served with the 27th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (known as the 'Greenbrier Rifles') in the Confederate States Army, returning to his profession at law when the war was ended.

Snydor was a co-founder of the Bank of Lewisburg with Alexander F. Mathews and Homer A. Holt. The bank opened in 1781 and was the first official bank in the county.[1] In 1882 he was appointed to the Supreme Court of West Virginia to complete the term of Justice James F. Patton, who died in office. In 1884, Snydor was elected for the next full term, serving until 1890. He died in Lewisburg in 1896.

References

  1. ^ Greenbrier Historical Society (1938) Greenbrier Historical Society Historical Booklet, Greenbrier Co., 1938. http://www.lewisburg.org/history/adamsnyderbio.htm Retrieved 2012-10-29
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