Agnes Dickinson Snowman-Pompeii (1916-2001)

Updated: Jan 31, 2019

Agnes Dickinson was born on January 3, 1916, the daughter of Delaphina (Decker) Dickinson and step-daughter of William Henry Dickinson. Agnes' father has yet to be indentified.

Delaphina's father, Charles Decker, died in May of 1909, from pneumonia. In 1910, Delaphina was counted on the census in Warwick, New York, in the home of Dr. Charles W. Many. She was a "Servant", 13 years of age. Her mother and brothers still lived in Warwick as well. Sometime around 1920 Delaphina attended Bethel Bible Institute in Newark, New Jersey, where she met her husband, William Henry Dickinson, who she married in Newark on the 8th of October, 1925. When the census was taken in 1930, the family lived in Oakland, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, and Agnes' name was written "Della A. Decker".

Agnes married Rev. Miles A. Snowman, pastor of Glens Falls Pentecostal Church, Glens Falls, New York. He was born on the 9th of June, 1911, the son of Albert Snowman of Cumberland Center, Maine. Miles died on the 7th of March, 1970, in Pinellas County, Florida. She later married Morris T. Pompeii, shown here, along with news articles pertaining to Agnes and Miles.

Agnes died in Pinellas Park, Florida, on February 10, 2001.

Morris & Agnes Pompeii with Elisabeth Dickinson (wife of Agnes' brother, James Dickinson).

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