Lorenzo SNOW

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Industrialist, Businessman

AmericanBorn Lorenzo SNOW

Fifth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church)

Born on April 3, 1814 in Mantua, Ohio, USA , United States

Died on October 10, 1901 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Snow was the fifth child and first son of Oliver Snow (18 September 1775 Massachusetts - 17 October 1845 Illinois) and Rosetta L. Pettibone (22 October 1778 Connecticut - 12 October 1846 Illinois), residents of Mantua Township, Ohio, who had left New England to settle on a new and fertile farm in the Connecticut Western Reserve. Lorenzo had siblings Leonora Abigail Snow (1801–1872), Eliza R. Snow (1804–1887), Percy Amanda Snow (1808–1848), Melissa Snow (1810–1835), Lucius Augustus Snow (born 1819) and Samuel Pearce Snow (born 1821).



Despite the labor required on the farm, the Snow family valued learning and saw that each child had educational opportunities. Lorenzo received his final year of education at Oberlin College, which was originally founded by two Presbyterian ministers. Snow later made his living as a school teacher when not engaged in church service.

...   Snow was the fifth child and first son of Oliver Snow (18 September 1775 Massachusetts - 17 October 1845 Illinois) and Rosetta L. Pettibone (22 October 1778 Connecticut - 12 October 1846 Illinois), residents of Mantua Township, Ohio, who had left New England to settle on a new and fertile farm in the Connecticut Western Reserve. Lorenzo had siblings Leonora Abigail Snow (1801–1872), Eliza R. Snow (1804–1887), Percy Amanda Snow (1808–1848), Melissa Snow (1810–1835), Lucius Augustus Snow (born 1819) and Samuel Pearce Snow (born 1821).



Despite the labor required on the farm, the Snow family valued learning and saw that each child had educational opportunities. Lorenzo received his final year of education at Oberlin College, which was originally founded by two Presbyterian ministers. Snow later made his living as a school teacher when not engaged in church service.



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