"I truly feel like he needed some kind of help as a child, and didn't get it," added Snead, 68, of Lenawee County.
Snead, however, did not spurn the hands extended to him when he came floundering and gurgling toward dry ground.
The wooden frame, or Snead, supports the cradle fingers, now missing.
Upon approaching manhood Snead was put to the cooper's trade, which he learned in five years.
These gentlemen, Mr. Snead and Mr. Elmer,”—she consulted the cards in her hand—“have called to see us about selling our farm.
Col. Snead could not break himself of writing long, ponderous editorials.
Snead might turn out to be a TK as well as a hallucinator, and I wanted no more heart attacks.
Upon the death of his first master he fell into the hands of one of the sons who died when Snead was about fifteen.
Snead was sent to school a little by his mother so that he could spell quite well.
Snead was then sold to pay the fees of his master's physician, who later sold him to a wholesale merchant for $500.