'Snyder' comes originally from the German name 'SCHNEIDER', which is the third most common surname in Germany. Other Americanized forms of the Schneider name are: Snider, Sneider, and Snijder. The trade origin of the name is 'tailor' in German. Snyders can be found all over the United States today and have a proud lineage of helping to build this country. Many can trace their ancestry back to before the American Revolution, to the early colonial settlements in Pennsylvania and New York.
"Our family changed their name from 'Schneider' to 'Snyder' when they left Germany to come to America, in the Colonial Period prior to the Revolution."
"Many Snyders fought in the American Revolution and helped the US gain independence from Britain."
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