The Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Extended Family

General Content Updated: 31 August 2014

Pedigree Database Updated: 03 October 2014

 

 

 

The 18th century Dutch Reformed St. Paul's church near Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York, (AKA the Snell's Bush Church) was built by German immigrants from the Palatine region of Germany. Photo taken by Rev. Lewis H. Butler, Pastor in October 1898 (note the horse sheds behind the church).

This recently-dedicated marker is located on NY State Route 5 (Main Street), St. Johnsville, NY in front of the Methodist church on the site of Jacob Zimmerman's home. (Added 8 November 2011)

 

Welcome! The major purpose of this site is to encourage and facilitate use of the large collection of genealogy information published by the Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion (SZT). With their approval, we have used data from the Reunion's publications to create a large, single pedigree of all known descendants of the Palatine Zimmerman and Snell families that settled in the Mohawk Valley of New York. The pedigree also includes many other Palatine families who intermarried with our target families. We encourage you to read the Database Introduction before using the pedigree. You also can find more information about the Reunion and its publications via the links below.

 

NEW! NEWSLETTER MAILING LIST

SZT-Genealogy.org now has a mailing list server for distribution of the Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion Newsletter, hosted on hbd.org. All email addresses are added to this facility, so please add HBD.ORG to your email "whitelist", as this is the domain from which the newsletters will be mailed from now on. Links are provided below related to the new list server.
 

 

Newsletter Server

Genealogical Articles

Contacts

If you have any questions concerning the SZT Reunion or its activities, contact either Nancy Timmerman Cioch (President) or Sarah Timmerman Israel (Corresponding Secretary). They are very knowledgeable about SZT genealogy and also have access to the authors of our publications.