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Chalmer Charles Swift

M, b. 15 Sep 1881, d. 7 Feb 1938
Chalmer Charles Swift|b. 15 Sep 1881\nd. 7 Feb 1938|p2.htm#i73|Charles James Fox Swift|b. 10 Mar 1845\nd. 5 Jul 1902|p1.htm#i68|Josephine Reno|b. 5 Jan 1848\nd. 11 Jul 1920|p1.htm#i69|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Martin L. Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|

Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Uncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Chalmer Charles Swift was born on 15-Sep-1881 at North East, Erie County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Charles James Fox Swift and Josephine Reno. Chalmer married Helen Mar Cole, daughter of Elmer Ord Cole and Jennie M. Kellam, on 25-Jun-1907 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. Chalmer Charles Swift died on 7-Feb-1938 at Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 56.
     
Census12-Jan-1920Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census12-Apr-1930Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census-Occ12-Jan-1920the proprietor of a varity store
Census-Occ12-Apr-1930a merchant, wholesale cards

Pemberton Reno Swift

M, b. 24 Apr 1885, d. 16 Oct 1918
Pemberton Reno Swift|b. 24 Apr 1885\nd. 16 Oct 1918|p2.htm#i74|Charles James Fox Swift|b. 10 Mar 1845\nd. 5 Jul 1902|p1.htm#i68|Josephine Reno|b. 5 Jan 1848\nd. 11 Jul 1920|p1.htm#i69|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Martin L. Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|

Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Uncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Pemberton Reno Swift was born on 24-Apr-1885 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Charles James Fox Swift and Josephine Reno. Pemberton married Mary McCauley on 16-Feb-1911 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. Pemberton Reno Swift died on 16-Oct-1918 at Schenectady County, New York, at age 33.
      In 1903 Pemberton Reno Swift won a scholarship from Cornel University.



Census16-Apr-1910with his mother, Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania
Occupation16-Apr-1910electrical engineer, machine shop

Harold Francis Webster Swift

M, b. 15 Feb 1887, d. 20 Apr 1888
Harold Francis Webster Swift|b. 15 Feb 1887\nd. 20 Apr 1888|p2.htm#i75|Charles James Fox Swift|b. 10 Mar 1845\nd. 5 Jul 1902|p1.htm#i68|Josephine Reno|b. 5 Jan 1848\nd. 11 Jul 1920|p1.htm#i69|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Martin L. Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|

Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Uncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Harold Francis Webster Swift was born on 15-Feb-1887 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Charles James Fox Swift and Josephine Reno. Harold Francis Webster Swift died on 20-Apr-1888 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, at age 1.

Gertrude Capitola Swift

F, b. 14 Feb 1889, d. Jun 1978
Gertrude Capitola Swift|b. 14 Feb 1889\nd. Jun 1978|p2.htm#i76|Charles James Fox Swift|b. 10 Mar 1845\nd. 5 Jul 1902|p1.htm#i68|Josephine Reno|b. 5 Jan 1848\nd. 11 Jul 1920|p1.htm#i69|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Martin L. Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|

Relationship=Grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Aunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Gertrude Capitola Swift was born on 14-Feb-1889 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Charles James Fox Swift and Josephine Reno. Gertrude Capitola Swift died in Jun-1978 at Milford, Sussex County, Delaware, at age 89.
Census16-Apr-1910with mother, Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania
Census14-Jan-1920with sister Mabel, Lower Marion Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Census8-Apr-1930with her nephew Delazon Bostwick, Lower Marion Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Census-Occ8-Apr-1930a teacher, public schools
Occupation16-Apr-1910Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, school teacher, prep school

Aubrey Judson Swift

M, b. 5 Nov 1890, d. 14 Apr 1922
Aubrey Judson Swift|b. 5 Nov 1890\nd. 14 Apr 1922|p2.htm#i77|Charles James Fox Swift|b. 10 Mar 1845\nd. 5 Jul 1902|p1.htm#i68|Josephine Reno|b. 5 Jan 1848\nd. 11 Jul 1920|p1.htm#i69|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Martin L. Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|

Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Uncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Aubrey Judson Swift was born on 5-Nov-1890 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Charles James Fox Swift and Josephine Reno. Aubrey married Catherine Canby Balderston, daughter of Lloyd Balderston Jr. and Mary Foster Alsop, on 27-Dec-1915 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. Aubrey Judson Swift died on 14-Apr-1922 at Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, at age 31.
     
Census1915Ames, Story County, Iowa
Census18-Jan-1920Washington Twp., Preble County, Ohio
Occupation18-Jan-1920agriculture agent

Wilbur Fenton Swift

M, b. 24 Jun 1892, d. 14 Nov 1972
Wilbur Fenton Swift|b. 24 Jun 1892\nd. 14 Nov 1972|p2.htm#i78|Charles James Fox Swift|b. 10 Mar 1845\nd. 5 Jul 1902|p1.htm#i68|Josephine Reno|b. 5 Jan 1848\nd. 11 Jul 1920|p1.htm#i69|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Martin L. Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|

Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Uncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Wilbur Fenton Swift was born on 24-Jun-1892 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Charles James Fox Swift and Josephine Reno. Wilbur married Ada Lepsch on 22-Apr-1916 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania. Wilbur Fenton Swift died on 14-Nov-1972 at Clymer, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, at age 80.
     



Census16-Apr-1910with mother, Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania
Census19-Jan-1920Clymer, Indiana County, Pennsylvania
Census11-Apr-1930Clymer, Indiana County, Pennsylvania
Occupation16-Apr-1910Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, bookeeper, brick works
Occupation19-Jan-1920a brickyard forman
Occupation11-Apr-1930a superintendant at a brickyard

Julius C. Swift

M, b. 15 May 1792, d. 5 May 1876
Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|Capt. Nathaniel Swift|b. 14 Mar 1707/8\nd. 13 Mar 1790|p2.htm#i95|Abia Tupper|b. 1 Nov 1713\nd. 4 Apr 1782|p2.htm#i96|||||||

Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Julius Swift
      Julius C. Swift was born on 2-Jul-1790 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. He was born on 15-May-1792 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. He was the son of Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr. and Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas. Julius C. Swift was born on 2-Jul-1792 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Julius married Betsey Salina Bates, daughter of Isaac Bates and Submit Dean, on 13-Dec-1815 at Congregational Church, Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Julius married Laura Shove, daughter of Seth Shove and Patience Barber, on 28-Feb-1822 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Julius married Lydia Hawkins, daughter of George Washington Hawkins and Avis Sheldon, in Jan-1840 at Hartwick, Otsego County, New York. Julius C. Swift died on 5-May-1876 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 83. Julius was buried at Edinboro Cemetery, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania.
      He and Laura Shove removed to at a 100 acre farm, Burlington, Otsego County, New York, circa 1828. Julius C. Swift resided at at Summit Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, in 1844. He resided at at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, in 1844. He resided at at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, on 23-Aug-1860.







Census20-Aug-1850Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, value of real estate 1,500.00
Census7-Jul-1870Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census-Occ20-Aug-1850Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, a farmer
Census-Occ23-Aug-1860Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, a farmer

Children of Julius C. Swift and Betsey Salina Bates

Children of Julius C. Swift and Laura Shove

Children of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins

Lydia Hawkins

F, b. 14 Dec 1818, d. 28 Feb 1894
Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|George Washington Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|Uriah Hawkins|b. 1731\nd. 10 Apr 1809|p106.htm#i42108|Deborah Winsor|b. circa 1728|p188.htm#i104469|John Sheldon|b. 1752\nd. 17 Jul 1845|p271.htm#i154415|Abigail Phillips|b. 17 Nov 1752\nd. 1842|p271.htm#i154416|

Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Lydia Hawkins
      Lydia Hawkins was born on 14-Dec-1818 at New Lisbon, Otsego County, New York. She was the daughter of George Washington Hawkins and Avis Sheldon. Lydia Hawkins was born on 19-Dec-1818 at Otsego County, New York. Lydia married Julius C. Swift, son of Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr. and Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas, in Jan-1840 at Hartwick, Otsego County, New York. Lydia Hawkins died on 28-Feb-1894 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 75. Lydia was buried at Edinboro Cemetery, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania.
     



















Census20-Aug-1850Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, value of real estate 1,500.00
Census7-Jul-1870Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census3-Jun-1880with son Ceylon, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania

Children of Lydia Hawkins and Julius C. Swift

George Washington Hawkins

M, b. 11 Mar 1779, d. 4 Sep 1864
George Washington Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Uriah Hawkins|b. 1731\nd. 10 Apr 1809|p106.htm#i42108|Deborah Winsor|b. circa 1728|p188.htm#i104469|Elijah Hawkins|b. 12 Sep 1705\nd. 11 Sep 1754|p194.htm#i104694|Abigail Vallet|b. circa 1706|p194.htm#i104695|||||||

Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      George Washington Hawkins was born on 11-Mar-1779 at Gloucester, Providence County, Rhode Island. He was the son of Uriah Hawkins and Deborah Winsor. George married Avis Sheldon, daughter of John Sheldon and Abigail Phillips, on 5-Apr-1801 at Burlington, Otsego County, New York; issue 9 plus. George Washington Hawkins died on 4-Sep-1864 at age 85. George was buried at Geneva, Lake County, Ohio.
     He was also known as George Hawkins.
Census21-Aug-1850with son Uriah, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, an old gentleman
Census9-Jun-1860with their son Uriah, Kingsville, Ashtabula County, Ohio

Children of George Washington Hawkins and Avis Sheldon

Avis Sheldon

F, b. 20 Jun 1783, d. 28 May 1865
Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|John Sheldon|b. 1752\nd. 17 Jul 1845|p271.htm#i154415|Abigail Phillips|b. 17 Nov 1752\nd. 1842|p271.htm#i154416|William Sheldon|b. 18 Nov 1716\nd. 1741|p381.htm#i339255|Lydia A. Briggs|b. 25 Oct 1715|p387.htm#i354324|Daniel Phillips Sr.|b. circa 1712\nd. between 1791 and 1796|p271.htm#i154417|Hannah Bull|b. circa 1715\nd. 3 Jan 1810|p271.htm#i154418|

Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Avis Sheldon was born circa 1781 at Glocester, Providence County, Rhode Island. She was born on 20-Jun-1783 at Gloucester, Providence County, Rhode Island. She was the daughter of John Sheldon and Abigail Phillips. Avis married George Washington Hawkins, son of Uriah Hawkins and Deborah Winsor, on 5-Apr-1801 at Burlington, Otsego County, New York; issue 9 plus. Avis Sheldon died on 28-May-1865 at Geneva, Lake County, Ohio, at age 81. Avis was buried at Geneva, Lake County, Ohio.
Census21-Aug-1850with son Uriah, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, an old gentleman
Census9-Jun-1860with their son Uriah, Kingsville, Ashtabula County, Ohio

Children of Avis Sheldon and George Washington Hawkins

Sarah Felicia Swift

F, b. 14 Dec 1840, d. 5 Feb 1940
Sarah Felicia Swift|b. 14 Dec 1840\nd. 5 Feb 1940|p2.htm#i83|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Sarah Felicia Swift
      Sarah Felicia Swift was born on 14-Dec-1840 at Otsego County, New York. She was the daughter of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Sarah married Leonard Baldwin Vaughn, son of Leonard Vaughn and Martha (Unknown), circa 1857. Sarah Felicia Swift died on 5-Feb-1940 at Maplwood Nursing Home near, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, at age 99. Sarah was buried at Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan.
     She was also known as Sarah F. V. Swift. She a presbyterian 1881.



Sarah S. Vaughn to her mother, Mrs. Julius Swift, Petrolia, Ont c/o D. N. Swift Sioux Falls, Oct 26, 1884 Dear Mother
I thought I would write a few lines to you today although I have nothing much to write. Alice is better now. She has had no fever since Thursday and feels very comfortable but she is pretty weak and I hope if nothing happens to put her back she will be able to sit up some by next Sunday. it is three weeks since she has sat up any and she has been pretty sick but she is getting along very nicely now. She begins to want to eat but I shall be very careful what she has for some time yet. We have had a splendid nurse to take care of her nights and she comes up every day to bathe and change her so it has been a great relief to me and I have learned a good deal that I did not know before. I have been pretty lonely but was glad I could come. I don't think I would like to live here in winter, they have such high winds. It has been pleasant a part of the time since I have been here. I hope to go home before it gets very cold weather but shall stay until Alice gets pretty strong if they all keep well at home. how are you getting along and how do you feel and how are the children. little George I suppose walks all around, dear little fellow, how I would like to see him. I got very much attached to him when he was to our house last spring and Christina to. She and I got along first rate. tell her Auntie would like to see her. I suppose you hear from Cap and Rose. Cap was feeling pretty well when I came away. Now Ma I wish you would write to me soon if you are able to. I hope to see you before you go back to Penn. I send love to you and the boys and their wives and a kiss to all the children. if you write soon Direct to Sioux Falls, Dakota care of J.B. Clark.

from Sarah.

From Sarah Swift Vaughn to mother Lydia Swift

Ann Arbor Aug 23rd 1885
Dear Mother,

It is a long time since I have written to you but I have not forgotten you, not even for one day, but I do not have much to write and I know you hear when Rose writes. We are all in usual health. I did not feel very well for a month or so the first of the summer but feel as well as usual now. this is a dark rainy day which makes it seem lonely. I suppose Dean has gone Back and the girls Chloe and Cap I suppose will go soon if they have not gone already. Alice will go home in about 2 weeks. I cannot bear to think of her going but I know she will have to go. Jim is getting very anxious to have her come back, he was here about a month ago and stayed a week. he thinks Eddie Webster is one of the nicest young men he ever saw. he says he is nice in every way. Rose had a letter from Laura a short time ago. She is talking some of going to see Lucy this fall. I don't think I have much news to write we have not done much but the work this Summer. We had Company all through July or Grand Mother did and of course we had them to wait upon. her niece Maria Partridge and her husband was here a week in July. She is very nice and we all liked them both, but I was not feeling well when they were here so it was quite an effort for me to keep around and do what I had to. Old Mrs Adams is going away from here to live [with] her son. [He] has been elected President of Cornell College at Ithica, New York and they are going there to live. The old lady feels very bad about going and we shall miss her very much, but she will have to go where her son goes. We are some [soon] expecting a short visit from Sherm before long. Grand Ma is well and has been all summer. School commences in 2 weeks and I will be glad to have the children in school again. Gertie is taking music lessons and getting along nicely. She was nine years old last Friday: Well now I have written all I can think of - hope to hear from you before long - how are all the friends? We have not heard from you for a long time. Write as often as you can. I send love to all and a large share to you and a kiss to the children.

Sarah.

From Sarah Swift Vaughn to mother Lydia Swift

Ann Arbor April 12th 1885

Dear Mother,

I have just finished a letter to Alice and thought I would write a few lines to you, although I do not owe you any letter, but that don't make any difference with me. I like to hear from you often but I know it must be quite a task for you to write particularly when your eyes are bad. One of my eyes troubled me some a little over a year ago and I went to Dr. Jones and he said it was Rheumatism, well that was the first time I ever heard of any body having Rheumatism in the eye. Well he gave me some medicine that cured it very soon but it did not run as long as yours has. but I hope yours will get better soon. I have no news of interest to write. We are all quite well and Jogging along about as usual - cooking and washing dishes, sweeping and dusting and so on, and the weeks go by very fast. We have had a very cold winter as you very well know and the cold seems to hold on but I suppose we will have warm weather after a while. I went to Church this morning, the girls did not go. Cap goes when she feels well and the weather is suitable. it was so damp and chilly this morning she thought she better not go. She feels pretty well the most of the time but she don't seem to be very strong and she had to be very careful of herself. The children both go to school every day and Gertie is very fond of school. She has commenced to take music lessons and I think she is going to like it very much. Alice is well and we expect her home to spend the summer if nothing happens to prevent. She intends to come about the first of June. Grandma is well and reads from morning until night, nearly. She sometimes says she is blind but I tell her I think she can see some or she could not read all the time. She makes her own bed and that is all she does except read but she is extremely well, has not even had a head ache more than 2 or 3 times this winter and has not lost a meal victuals. I expect she feels stiff and lame of course as she does all the time. She goes in to see old Mrs. Adams occasionally but that is all she has been out this winter. Leonard comes home often, he was here the past two weeks, went back yesterday. he is going to let out 2 or 3 acres of berries this spring, black berries and raspberries. I presume you hear from the boys oftener than we do, we hear through Leonard when he comes home but not often any other way. Well Ma I guess I have nothing more to write today. I would like very much to see you but I don't expect to go any where this summer. it seems very hard for me to leave home and I don't think unless it is sickness that calls me away that I shall go much as long as Grand Ma lives but shall go to see you as soon as I can but things don't seem to go right now if I can get away. I want to hear from you as often as you feel like writing. I send love to you and all and a kiss to the children.

From Sarah.

From Sarah Swift Vaughn to mother Lydia Swift

Ann Arbor Aug 23rd 1885
Dear Mother,

It is a long time since I have written to you but I have not forgotten you, not even for one day, but I do not have much to write and I know you hear when Rose writes. We are all in usual health. I did not feel very well for a month or so the first of the summer but feel as well as usual now. this is a dark rainy day which makes it seem lonely. I suppose Dean has gone Back and the girls Chloe and Cap I suppose will go soon if they have not gone already. Alice will go home in about 2 weeks. I cannot bear to think of her going but I know she will have to go. Jim is getting very anxious to have her come back, he was here about a month ago and stayed a week. he thinks Eddie Webster is one of the nicest young men he ever saw. he says he is nice in every way. Rose had a letter from Laura a short time ago. She is talking some of going to see Lucy this fall. I don't think I have much news to write we have not done much but the work this Summer. We had Company all through July or Grand Mother did and of course we had them to wait upon. her niece Maria Partridge and her husband was here a week in July. She is very nice and we all liked them both, but I was not feeling well when they were here so it was quite an effort for me to keep around and do what I had to. Old Mrs Adams is going away from here to live [with] her son. [He] has been elected President of Cornell College at Ithica, New York and they are going there to live. The old lady feels very bad about going and we shall miss her very much, but she will have to go where her son goes. We are some [soon] expecting a short visit from Sherm before long. Grand Ma is well and has been all summer. School commences in 2 weeks and I will be glad to have the children in school again. Gertie is taking music lessons and getting along nicely. She was nine years old last Friday: Well now I have written all I can think of - hope to hear from you before long - how are all the friends? We have not heard from you for a long time. Write as often as you can. I send love to all and a large share to you and a kiss to the children.

Sarah.

From Sarah Swift Vaughn to mother Lydia Swift

Ann Arbor Aug 23rd 1885
Dear Mother,

It is a long time since I have written to you but I have not forgotten you, not even for one day, but I do not have much to write and I know you hear when Rose writes. We are all in usual health. I did not feel very well for a month or so the first of the summer but feel as well as usual now. this is a dark rainy day which makes it seem lonely. I suppose Dean has gone Back and the girls Chloe and Cap I suppose will go soon if they have not gone already. Alice will go home in about 2 weeks. I cannot bear to think of her going but I know she will have to go. Jim is getting very anxious to have her come back, he was here about a month ago and stayed a week. he thinks Eddie Webster is one of the nicest young men he ever saw. he says he is nice in every way. Rose had a letter from Laura a short time ago. She is talking some of going to see Lucy this fall. I don't think I have much news to write we have not done much but the work this Summer. We had Company all through July or Grand Mother did and of course we had them to wait upon. her niece Maria Partridge and her husband was here a week in July. She is very nice and we all liked them both, but I was not feeling well when they were here so it was quite an effort for me to keep around and do what I had to. Old Mrs Adams is going away from here to live [with] her son. [He] has been elected President of Cornell College at Ithica, New York and they are going there to live. The old lady feels very bad about going and we shall miss her very much, but she will have to go where her son goes. We are some [soon] expecting a short visit from Sherm before long. Grand Ma is well and has been all summer. School commences in 2 weeks and I will be glad to have the children in school again. Gertie is taking music lessons and getting along nicely. She was nine years old last Friday: Well now I have written all I can think of - hope to hear from you before long - how are all the friends? We have not heard from you for a long time. Write as often as you can. I send love to all and a large share to you and a kiss to the children.

Sarah. The Danbury News-Times, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1940.

Census5-Jun-1860Summit Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, real estate value 5,000.00 personal proberty 1,550.00
Census1881Petrolia, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada
Census8-Jun-1900Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan, a widow
Census6-Jan-1920Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan
Census14-Apr-1930with her daughter Alice, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California

Hannah Rosetta Swift

F, b. 22 Oct 1842, d. 29 Nov 1924
Hannah Rosetta Swift|b. 22 Oct 1842\nd. 29 Nov 1924|p2.htm#i84|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Hannah Rosetta Swift
      Hannah Rosetta Swift was born on 22-Oct-1842 at New York. She was the daughter of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Hannah Rosetta Swift was born on 22-Dec-1842. She died on 29-Nov-1924 at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan, at age 82.
     She was also known as Hanah Rosette Swift. She was also known as Rose H. Swift. She was also known as Hannah Rose Swift. She Church of England 1881.
Census1881with her sister Sarah, Petrolia, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada
Census8-Jun-1900with her sister Sarah, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan
Census6-Jan-1920with her sister Sarah, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan
Census-Occ1881a clerk

Julius Dallas Swift

M, b. 14 May 1846, d. 15 Apr 1915
Julius Dallas Swift|b. 14 May 1846\nd. 15 Apr 1915|p2.htm#i85|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Julius Dallas Swift
      Julius Dallas Swift was born on 14-May-1846 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Julius married Emily Adeline Winston, daughter of Abraham Winston and Lydia Eleanor Francisco, on 8-Feb-1871 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Julius married Ardelia Louise Winston, daughter of Abraham Winston and Lydia Eleanor Francisco, on 8-Jul-1883. Julius Dallas Swift died on 15-Apr-1915 at Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, at age 68. Julius was buried at Edinboro Cemetery, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania.
     He was also known as Dallas J. Swift. He was also known as Julius Dulles Swift. He resided at at with parents, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, on 7-Jul-1870; real estate value 4,000.00
Personal property 800.00.
Occupation7-Jul-1870Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, a farmer

Hulda Jeanette Swift

F, b. 14 May 1846, d. 27 Jan 1916
Hulda Jeanette Swift|b. 14 May 1846\nd. 27 Jan 1916|p2.htm#i86|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Hulda Jeanette Swift was born on 14-May-1844. She was born on 14-May-1846 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Hulda married Abel Franklin Benjamin, son of Caleb Franklin Benjamin and Abigail Hathaway, on 27-Dec-1871 at Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Hulda Jeanette Swift died on 27-Jan-1916 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 69.
     She was also known as Janette Swift. She was also known as Huldah Gennette Swift. She was also known as Huldah Janet Swift.



Sherman Hartwell Swift

M, b. 12 Nov 1848, d. 30 Aug 1920
Sherman Hartwell Swift|b. 12 Nov 1848\nd. 30 Aug 1920|p2.htm#i87|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Sherman Hartwell Swift
      Sherman Hartwell Swift was born on 12-Nov-1848 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Sherman married Jane Nettleton, daughter of William Nettleton and Jane McConnell, on 13-Sep-1876 at Strathroy, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada. Sherman Hartwell Swift died on 30-Aug-1920 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 71. He died on 31-Aug-1920 at age 71.
     He resided at at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan. He was also known as Sherman Hatwell Swift. He C. Methodist 1881.



Sherman and his brother, Dean N. moved to Petrolia, Ontario, Canada to start a clothing store. Later Sherman went to Ann Arbor, MI to get a dental degree.

Census1860Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census1881Petrolia, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada
Census27-Jan-1920Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Occupation1881a merchant tailor
Occupationa dentist and a farmer. Lived in Edinboro, Pa.

Dean Nathaniel Swift

M, b. 13 Mar 1851, d. 30 Oct 1918
Dean Nathaniel Swift|b. 13 Mar 1851\nd. 30 Oct 1918|p2.htm#i88|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Dean Nathaniel Swift
      Dean Nathaniel Swift was born on 13-Mar-1851 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Dean married Jessie Sanson, daughter of George Sanson and Christina McGregor, on 29-May-1878 at Petrolia, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada. Dean Nathaniel Swift died on 30-Oct-1918 at Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, at age 67. He died on 31-Oct-1918 at age 67. Dean was buried on 2-Nov-1918 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania.
     He was also known as Nathaniel Dean Swift. In the census on 1-Jul-1870 Dean Nathaniel Swift was named Nathaniel Swift.




Census1-Jul-1870with parents, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census7-Jun-1900Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, 6 children, 5 living
Census19-Apr-1910Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, 6 children, 5 living
Census-Occ7-Jun-1900a Dentist
Census-Occ19-Apr-1910a Dentist
Occupation7-Jul-1870Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, works on farm

Chloe Elizabeth Swift

F, b. 2 Nov 1853, d. May 1930
Chloe Elizabeth Swift|b. 2 Nov 1853\nd. May 1930|p2.htm#i89|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Chloe Elizabeth Swift
      Chloe Elizabeth Swift was born on 1-Nov-1853. She was born on 2-Nov-1853 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Chloe married Alexander McClelland on 9-Sep-1912 at Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Chloe Elizabeth Swift died in May-1930 at age 76.
     She was also known as Cloe Swift. She a member at First Presbyterian Chuch, North East, Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1901. She resided at at Wesleyville before 1912. She and Alexander McClelland resided at at Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania, after 1912.



Census1-Jul-1870with parents, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census3-Jun-1880with brother Ceylon, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Censusbetween 8-Jan-1920 and 9-Jan-1920Millcreek Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, a widow

Ceylon Lafayette Swift

M, b. 20 Jul 1856, d. 10 Sep 1931
Ceylon Lafayette Swift|b. 20 Jul 1856\nd. 10 Sep 1931|p2.htm#i90|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Ceylon Lafayette Swift
      Ceylon Lafayette Swift was born on 20-Jul-1856 at Edinboro Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Ceylon married Lilla Clara Stockton, daughter of Rev. Harvey H. Stockton and Mary Ferguson, on 13-Oct-1878 at Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Ceylon Lafayette Swift died on 10-Sep-1931 at Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 75. He died on 16-Sep-1932 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 76.
     



Census1-Jul-1870with parents, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census3-Jun-1880Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Censusbetween 14-Jan-1920 and 15-Jan-1920Franklin Twp., Erie County, New York
Census16-Apr-1930Franklin Twp., Erie County, New York
Occupation3-Jun-1880a farmer
Occupationbetween 14-Jan-1920 and 15-Jan-1920a farmer
Occupation16-Apr-1930a truck driver, general hauling

Salina Evelina Swift

F, b. 20 Jul 1856, d. 11 Apr 1896
Salina Evelina Swift|b. 20 Jul 1856\nd. 11 Apr 1896|p2.htm#i91|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Salina Evelina Swift
      Salina Evelina Swift was born on 20-Jul-1856 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Salina married William Voss. Salina Evelina Swift died on 11-Apr-1896 at Perry, Ohio, at age 39. Salina was buried at Edinboro Cemetery, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania.
     She was also known as Lillian Swift. She was also known as Salina E. Swift.

OBITUARY NOTICE
Mrs. Salina Swift Voss, who last month moved with her family from this place to Perry, Ohio, died on Saturday and her remains were interred in the cemetery here yesterday. The funeral was held at the old homestead two miles above town, conducted by Rev. Geo. H. Dewing. Her brothers and sisters were present at the services. Prof. Charles J. Swift coming up from Ridgeway and Dr. Dean M. Swift from Buchan, Mich., Miss Chloe from Chicago, and Miss Rose from Ann Arbor, Mich.

Salina Swift, the daughter of Julius Swift, was born near here July 20, 1856. Her twin brother is Ceylon Swift, of Population. January 21, 1879, she was married to Wm. Voss and they lived for some years on the Perry farm north of town and afterwards on the Densmore farm at McLane. Mr. Voss then engaged in business in Meadville and later they lived in Conneautville. Three years ago they returned to Edinboro and the children attended the Public Schools, here.

Mrs. Voss united with the Advent church June 4, 1876 and has lived a consistent member. She was an enegetic, earnest woman, taking an active part in caring for her family. She leaves a bereaved husband and three daughters, Lillie aged 15, Abbie 13, and an infant nine weeks of age. She left ten brother and sister and many other near relatives.

Census1860Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census1-Jul-1870with parents, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census9-Jun-1880Girard, Erie County, Pennsylvania

Capitola Cornelia Swift

F, b. 15 Jul 1859, d. 12 Sep 1941
Capitola Cornelia Swift|b. 15 Jul 1859\nd. 12 Sep 1941|p2.htm#i92|Julius C. Swift|b. 15 May 1792\nd. 5 May 1876|p2.htm#i79|Lydia Hawkins|b. 14 Dec 1818\nd. 28 Feb 1894|p2.htm#i80|Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas|b. 20 Nov 1751\nd. 23 Apr 1835|p2.htm#i94|George W. Hawkins|b. 11 Mar 1779\nd. 4 Sep 1864|p2.htm#i81|Avis Sheldon|b. 20 Jun 1783\nd. 28 May 1865|p2.htm#i82|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Capitola Cornelia Swift
      Capitola Cornelia Swift was born on 15-Jul-1859 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins. Capitola Cornelia Swift was born on 1-Oct-1859. She died on 12-Sep-1941 at age 82. Capitola was buried at Edinboro Cemetery, Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania.
     She was a member at First Presbyterian Chuch, North East, Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1901.
Census1860Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census1-Jul-1870with parents, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census3-Jun-1880with brother Ceylon, Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census27-Apr-1910rooming with Karl and Adeline Cowen, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Census8-Jan-1920with sister Chloe, Millcreek Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census-Occ27-Apr-1910a teacher, public school

Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.

M, b. 18 Sep 1749, d. 4 Dec 1825
Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.|b. 18 Sep 1749\nd. 4 Dec 1825|p2.htm#i93|Capt. Nathaniel Swift|b. 14 Mar 1707/8\nd. 13 Mar 1790|p2.htm#i95|Abia Tupper|b. 1 Nov 1713\nd. 4 Apr 1782|p2.htm#i96|Jireh Swift|b. 1665\nd. Apr 1749|p2.htm#i97|Abigail Gibbs|b. circa 1677\nd. before 19 Nov 1741|p2.htm#i98|Eliakim Tupper|b. 29 Dec 1681\nd. between 1755 and 1760|p64.htm#i28874|Johannah Fish|b. 20 May 1689\nd. after 1732|p63.htm#i28873|

Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr. was born on 18-Sep-1749 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was born on 18-Sep-1749 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. He was the son of Capt. Nathaniel Swift and Abia Tupper. Nathaniel married Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas on 21-Dec-1769 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Nathaniel married Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas on 21-Dec-1769 at Kent, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr. died on 4-Dec-1825 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut, at age 76. Nathaniel was buried at Warren Center Cemetery, Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut.
      He served in Burrall's Continental Regiment. "This Regiment was raised on Continental basis to serve in the Northern Dept. under General Schuyler for the year 1776...It reinforced the troops beseiging Quebec under Arnold and Wooster and, after the retreat from that position in April 1776, was stationed at Ticonderogan and vicinity, where the men suffered severely from smallpox. Two companies (Capt. Davis's) and Capt. John Steven's were engaged in the affairs at The Cedars 40 miles above Montral, on May 19 and nearly all made prisioners...Rolls incomplete."
"Ensign promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, September 13, 1775" between 19-Jun-1776 and 25-Nov-1776.







He is listed under pensioners of Capt. John Steven's Company in the "Revolution Rolls Pension Bureau" and in "The Connecticut Pensioners of 1818" in 1818.



















































































Children of Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr. and Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas

Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas

F, b. 20 Nov 1751, d. 23 Apr 1835

Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas was born on 20-Nov-1751 at Kent, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Sarah married Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr., son of Capt. Nathaniel Swift and Abia Tupper, on 21-Dec-1769 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Sarah married Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr., son of Capt. Nathaniel Swift and Abia Tupper, on 21-Dec-1769 at Kent, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas died on 23-Apr-1835 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut, at age 83.
     She was doubtfull mother and daughter. She was the doubtfull father daughter.

Children of Doubtfull Daughter of Josiah Thomas and Sarah Judd Sarah Thomas and Lt. Nathaniel Swift Jr.

Capt. Nathaniel Swift

M, b. 14 Mar 1707/8, d. 13 Mar 1790
Capt. Nathaniel Swift|b. 14 Mar 1707/8\nd. 13 Mar 1790|p2.htm#i95|Jireh Swift|b. 1665\nd. Apr 1749|p2.htm#i97|Abigail Gibbs|b. circa 1677\nd. before 19 Nov 1741|p2.htm#i98|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|Thomas Gibbs|b. 23 Mar 1646/47\nd. 7 Jan 1731/32|p3.htm#i103|Alice Warren|b. 2 Aug 1656\nd. after 4 Mar 1692|p3.htm#i104|

Relationship=4th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Capt. Nathaniel Swift was born on 14-Mar-1707/8 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs. Nathaniel married Abia Tupper, daughter of Eliakim Tupper and Johannah Fish, on 14-Sep-1730 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Capt. Nathaniel Swift died on 13-Mar-1790 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut, at age 81.

Children of Capt. Nathaniel Swift and Abia Tupper

Abia Tupper

F, b. 1 Nov 1713, d. 4 Apr 1782
Abia Tupper|b. 1 Nov 1713\nd. 4 Apr 1782|p2.htm#i96|Eliakim Tupper|b. 29 Dec 1681\nd. between 1755 and 1760|p64.htm#i28874|Johannah Fish|b. 20 May 1689\nd. after 1732|p63.htm#i28873|Capt. Thomas Tupper|b. 16 Jan 1637/38\nd. 26 Apr 1706|p94.htm#i40076|Martha Mayhew|b. 13 Oct 1642\nd. 15 Nov 1717|p94.htm#i40077|Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Hannah Swift|b. 11 Mar 1650/51\nd. circa 30 Mar 1721|p40.htm#i19207|

Relationship=4th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Abia Tupper was born on 1-Nov-1713 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Eliakim Tupper and Johannah Fish. Abia married Capt. Nathaniel Swift, son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs, on 14-Sep-1730 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Abia Tupper died on 4-Apr-1782 at Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut, at age 68.

Children of Abia Tupper and Capt. Nathaniel Swift

Jireh Swift

M, b. 1665, d. Apr 1749
Jireh Swift|b. 1665\nd. Apr 1749|p2.htm#i97|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|William Swift|b. 15 Apr 1589\nd. 1 Jan 1643/44|p2.htm#i101|Joan (Unknown)|b. circa 1600\nd. 26 Nov 1663|p2.htm#i102|||||||

Relationship=5th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jireh Swift was born in 1665 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown). Jireh married Abigail Gibbs, daughter of Thomas Gibbs and Alice Warren, on 26-Nov-1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Jireh married Mary Pray on 19-Nov-1741 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Jireh Swift died between 1744 and 1749 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He died in Apr-1749 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Jireh's estate was proved on 1-May-1749.
     Jireh's left a will on 29-Mar-1744 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Yeoman, names wife Mary, sons Jabez, Zephaniah, Nahil, Willm, Jirah, Job, Silas, and Isaac; daughters Alice Crocker, Susannah Isham, and Abigail Hamond; grand daughter,grandson Jireh Swift, son of son Jabez; Catherine Curby; son Rowland.

Children of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs

Abigail Gibbs

F, b. circa 1677, d. before 19 Nov 1741
Abigail Gibbs|b. circa 1677\nd. before 19 Nov 1741|p2.htm#i98|Thomas Gibbs|b. 23 Mar 1646/47\nd. 7 Jan 1731/32|p3.htm#i103|Alice Warren|b. 2 Aug 1656\nd. after 4 Mar 1692|p3.htm#i104|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||Nathaniel Warren|b. circa 1624\nd. 21 Oct 1667|p3.htm#i105|Sarah Walker|b. 10 Nov 1622\nd. 24 Nov 1700|p3.htm#i106|

Relationship=5th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Abigail Gibbs was born circa 1670 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was born circa 1677 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Gibbs and Alice Warren. Abigail married Jireh Swift, son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), on 26-Nov-1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Abigail Gibbs died before 19-Nov-1741 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Children of Abigail Gibbs and Jireh Swift

William Swift 2nd

M, b. 11 Mar 1625/26, d. 26 Dec 1705
William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|William Swift|b. 15 Apr 1589\nd. 1 Jan 1643/44|p2.htm#i101|Joan (Unknown)|b. circa 1600\nd. 26 Nov 1663|p2.htm#i102|William Swift|b. 3 Dec 1561\nd. after 1597|p63.htm#i28856|Janet E. Wilson|b. circa 1561\nd. after 1597|p63.htm#i28857|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      William Swift 2nd was born on 11-Mar-1625/26 at Blocking, Essex, England. He was the son of William Swift and Joan (Unknown). William Swift 2nd was born circa 1627 at England. William married Ruth (Unknown) in 1645 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. William married Ruth (Unknown) on 18-Nov-1650. William Swift 2nd died on 26-Dec-1705 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 79. William's estate was proved on 29-Jan-1705/6.
     He resided at at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, between 1637 and 1706; he settled in Sandwich in the spring of 1637, married Ruth ----, and lived at Sandwich until his death in Jan 1705/6. He resided at at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, circa Mar-1637. On 1643 able to bear arms.
On 1655 William unites in a call to a pastor, together with his mother "Johana."
On 1658 Record made of the boundaries of his land.
On 1675 William is recorded among 52 freemen of Sandwich, William 3 now being 21.
On 1681 The names of Ephraim Swift and William Junior recorded as additional townsmen to vote for officers, and Ephriam and William Jr., and Samuel took the oath of fidelity.
The Inventory of William Swift 2nd was taken

An Inventory of all and singular the goods Chattels Lands Rights &
Credits of Mr Wm Swift Late of Sandwich in ye County of Barnstable In New
England who Dyed the 7th. day of January 1705. Taken and apprised by us
whose names are under written this 10th. day of January 1705.
Itm, To his Cash & wearing apparrel 125=00=00
Itm, five Cows & hay provided for them. 010=00=00
Itm, to one hors at Benjamin Perrys: 002=0=0
Itm, to one old horse at home. 000=5=0
Itm, to one Negro maid servant. 032-0-0
Item, to three feather beds & beding & one suit of Curtains all. 020=00=00
Itm, to 5 pare of Sheets all att 004=00=00
Itm, to 3 table cloths & 6 napkins & 3 pillow bears all att 001=00=00
Itm, to three Remnants of new Cloth all att 000=10=00
Itm, to puter & tin ware all at. 001=12=00
Itm, to brass and coper all at 001=02=00
Itm, to glass bottles, earthen & stone Juggs & other earthen ware all 000=06=00
Itm, to wooden trays corn & pails all 00=08=00
Itm, To Iron potts kittle & skillet all att. 01=10=00
Itm, to fire slice & tongs tramils spit & presing Iron all att 001=00=00
Itm, to axes & old Iron ware all at: 00=06=00
Itm, to a Cubbord & a settle both: 01=10=00
Itm, to 2 Chests att 00=14=00
Itm, to one Chest & a joynt stool all att. 00=06=00
Itm, to 3 bedsteds & a pare of bellows all att 01=00=00
Item, to a bares skin 2 deer skins & a fox skin all att. 00=12=00
Itm, to kards, kneeding trough Doe Tubb &
spinning wheels all at 00=12=00
Itm, to chairs and a small table all att. 00=10=00
Itm, to an old still & a steel trap att 00=18=00
Itm, to 5 shoats all att 01=00=00
Itm, to one barril of Porke at 02=10=00
Itm, to a bible and other books all att. 01=10=00
Itm, to one hide att 55lb 00=08=06
Itm, to Indian Corn att 02=00=00
Itm, to meal bags, barrils & tubs and other old Lumber all att. 001=00=00
Itm, To Lether Baggs som shott & odd things in a Chest all at 001=00=00
Item, to feathers about 120lb @ 1s2d Pr lb 007=00=00
Itm. to a sword & Cutlash att 000=10=00
Itm, to an hour glass Looking glass & some more skins all att 000=02=00
Itm, to hoggs fatt and talow at 00=05=00
Itm, to money skails stilyard and peck all att 00=15=00
Itm, To tobaco att 00=03=00
It, to one firkin of buter att 01=15=00
It, to his house Land & meadow all of ye Homested. 160=00=00
It, to Land att ye Peckit Clifts: 20=00=00
It, to a parcel of nails att 00=08=00
It. to a small Pcell of whale bone & small Pcell of wool 2 Pcells of yarn. [no entry]
It, in debts due to ye estate from Timothy Bourne Due: 08=08=00
It, from John Gibbs due. 00=08=06
It, from Benjamin Perry due: 06=00=00
[no total]
It, Daniel Butler owes about 12/
It, more in Cash In ye deceaseds widows hands the sum of 24£14s which she saith her deceased husband comitted to her in his life time: and she saith that he ordered her to keep it untill he called for it again.
William Bassett.
Elisha Bourne.
January ye 29th 1705, Then Timothy Bourne Executor to ye Last will & testament of William Swift Late of Sandwich deceased appeared before Barnabas Lothrop Esqr Judge of Probates and granting Letters of Administration within the County of Barnstable att Sandwich and made oath that ye within written was a true Inventory of ye estate of sd William Swift so far as he knows and that if any else that is materiall shall yett come to her [sic] knowledge he will bring it to this Inventory: And Ruth Swift widow and Relict of sd deceased also appeared and made oath that she had given a true and just
accompt of ye money and other estate of her deceased Husband so far as she knows.
Attest, William Bassett, Regtr on 7-Jan-1705/6.
William's left a will on 29-Jan-1705/6 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Children of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown)

Ruth (Unknown)

F

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Ruth married William Swift 2nd, son of William Swift and Joan (Unknown), in 1645 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Ruth married William Swift 2nd, son of William Swift and Joan (Unknown), on 18-Nov-1650.
     Ruth (Unknown) was also known as Ruth Allen. She was also known as Ruth Tobey.

Children of Ruth (Unknown) and William Swift 2nd

William Swift

M, b. 15 Apr 1589, d. 1 Jan 1643/44
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Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      William Swift was born on 15-Apr-1589 at Darrington, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of William Swift and Janet Elizabeth Wilson. William Swift was born circa 1599 at Probably, Bocking, Suffolk, England. William married Joan (Unknown) circa 1618 at England. William Swift died on 1-Jan-1643/44 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 54. He died on 7-Jan-1644 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 54.
     He was also known as William Swyft. He immigrated in 1630 to Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He resided at at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in 1634. On 1636 William mrtgaged his house and lands in Watertown to John Haines, Attorney of Andrew Coleman, in England to whom he had given hs name as joint security in a matter where Roger Spring was the principal debtor.

Col Rec. Sep 1, 1640.
On 25-Jul-1636 In the third Great Dividends of Town Lands, owned by the proprietors, William Swift drew number 14, being a 40 acre lot, and Feb 28 1636/37 he alos drew a five acre lot in "Beaver Brook Plowlands."
On 1637 He sold his property in Watertown, MA to Thomas Whit of Sudbury who sold it March 31 1640, to John Knioght. He then probably moved to Sandwich.
He resided at at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, circa Apr-1637; The farm which Willaim bought in Sandwich was the largest in the town. It was owned (Jan 1 1887) by Shadrach Freeman Swift, Esq. On Jun-1637 In another division of lands, his grantee Thomas White, received a lot, proving that William sold out in Watertown and removed to Sandwich in the spring of that year.
The Inventory of William Swift was taken on 6-Jan-1642. On 7-Mar-1643 Letters of Adimistration were granted to Joane Swift of Sandwich.

Children of William Swift and Joan (Unknown)

Joan (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1600, d. 26 Nov 1663

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Joan (Unknown) was born circa 1600 at England. Joan married William Swift, son of William Swift and Janet Elizabeth Wilson, circa 1618 at England. Joan (Unknown) died on 26-Nov-1663 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     She was also known as Joan Sisson not proven. She was fined for "being at Quaker meetings in Oct-1660 at Plymouth Court.
Joan's left a will on 12-Oct-1662. The Inventory of Joan (Unknown) was taken The value of her estate was L105 6 shillings on 25-Dec-1663.

Children of Joan (Unknown) and William Swift

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