Birth: Nicholas has been identified as Nicholas, son of
Nicholas Snow, baptized at St. Leonard’s Shoreditch, London, on January
25, 1599/1600.This identification is not certain.
Death: He died in Eastham on November 15, 1676.
Ship: Anne or Little James, 1623
Life in England: There is no information about his life in
England, except for the above baptismal record.
Life in New England: Nicholas Snow came to Plymouth as a
single man. He was a freeman of Plymouth in 1633. In 1645, orshortly
after, he moved to Nauset (Eastham).There he served as deputy, surveyor
of highways, constable and selectman. His inventory contained many
cooper and carpenter tools.
Family: He married Constance Hopkins in Plymouth by May
22, 1627, and had twelve children. She died in Eastham mid- October
1677. Note: Bradford referred to her as Constanta, and early Plymouth
records gave her name as Constance, and she is called Constant in the
Children of Nicholas and Constance Snow: