From Andover News, August 4, 1916
Transcribed by Crist Middaugh
After an illness which confined him to the house but a few weeks Frank Snyder, son of the late Henry Snyder, died Saturday afternoon, July 29th, of tuberculosis, aged twenty-six years.
Mr. Snyder was on of Andover’s foremost young men and progressive famers, passing his entire life upon the home farm where he died.
He leaves beside his mother, two brothers, Henry W. Snyder, of Belmont, and Lou Snyder, of Andover, together with a large circle of other relatives and friends.
In the death of Frank Snyder Andover has again been called upon to mourn the calling from our midst a young life full of promise and anticipation for a happy future. To the bereaved family the News extends sympathy.
Funeral services were conducted at his late home, Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. H. B. Williams, of the Presbyterian church, and was largely attended.
Interment was in Hillside Cemetery.