How about something whimsical for Christmas day?
I searched historical records for personal names including the word “snow,” and here’s some of what I spotted…
I found dozens of people named Snowball, including Snowball Craddock (female), born in 1915 in North Carolina. Here she is on the 1930 U.S. Census:
I found several people named Snowdrift, including Arthur Snowdrift Thornton (male), born in 1883 in Virginia.
I found dozens people named Snowflake, including Snowflake Reinke (female), born in 1907 in North Dakota. Here she is on the 1910 U.S. Census:
Notice how her older siblings have traditional names like Maria and Ludwig (their parents were immigrants from Germany) whereas she and her younger brother, “Theo. Roosevelt,” have much more creative/American names.
(By the way, did you that there’s a town in Arizona with the unlikely name Snowflake? The founders were a pair of Mormon pioneers named Erastus Snow and William Jordan Flake.)
I found dozens people named Snowman, including Snowman W. Doe (male), born in 1924 in Massachusetts. Here he is on the 1930 U.S. Census:
I found several people named Snowstorm, including Snow Storm Stokes (male), born in 1906 in Arkansas.
Happy holidays, everyone!