These are the basic answers to your questions in brief:
- Henry H. Snelling was the son of Colonel Snelling
- Anna Snelling was indeed Henry H. Snelling's wife
The full name of Colonel Snelling, who fought in the Battle of
Tippecanoe, was Josiah Snelling. He was born in 1782 in Boston,
Suffolk County, Massachusetts, and died in Washington, D.C. on 28
In 1813, while stationed at Fort Detroit, he wed Abigail Hunt,
daughter of Col. Thomas Hunt and Eunice Wellington Hunt. Abigail was
Snelling's second wife; his first wife Elizabeth Bell, whom Snelling
had married in 1804, had died in 1810. Abigail Hunt Snelling survived
her husband and died after 1850.
Henry Hunt Snelling, born 8 November 1817 in Plattsburgh, Clinton
County, New York, was one of Josiah and Abigail Snelling's sons. He
was taken by his father to Council Bluffs, Maine, in infancy, and
later educated at a military academy in Georgetown, D.C., and in
Detroit, after which he entered business, and for a time was librarian
of the New York lyceum. Owing to impaired health, he removed to the
country, and settling in Cornwall, New York, in 1871, published and
edited until 1887 the "Reflector of Cornwall," which he relinquished
owing to blindness. He devoted much time to photography, and edited
"The Photographic Art Journal" in New York in 1851-53, and from 1854
till 1860 the "Photographic and Fine Art Journal." He is the author of
"History and Practice of the Art of Photography" (New York, 1849).
Henry Hunt Snelling died on 24 June 1897.
Anna Snelling was Henry Hunt Snelling's wife. Her maiden name was Anna
L. Putnam. They were married on 12 November 1836 in New York.
Virtual American Biographies: Josiah Snelling
Wabash Valley Profiles: Josiah Snelling (PDF file!)
Brooklyn Genealogy Information: Marriages A-Z - Snel-Spac
The Daguerreian Society: On Seeing Mr. Anthony's Portrait of Jenny
Lind, by Anna L. Snelling; originally published in the May 1851 issue
of The Photographic Art
FamilySearch Genealogy Database
RootsWeb Genealogy Database
Genealogical Web Page Storage Service: Beulah May Armstrong, by M. Wheeler
TrueFine.com: Henry Hunt Snelling
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