Ansnorveldt is a hamlet located at the northeastern edge of the Township of King. Ansnorveldt, Dutch for "Ann Snor's Field", was named after the wife of John Snorr, the local Netherlands Immigrant Foundation representative.
The Ansnorveldt Branch of the King Township Public Library was first opened within the hamlet of Ansnorveldt in the Holland Marsh in 1973. It was housed in a variety of settings, including in the Holland Marsh District Christian School (now known as King Christian School). Due to a lack of space, the library finally earned its own building, which was officially opened in the fall of 1990.