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Rebecca CARTLEDGE m. Samuel SWINT, ca 1846 in AL
Posted by: Becky (ID *****2718) Date: April 14, 2002 at 16:48:38
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Hello! I'm searching for information about my great, great grandmother, Rebecca CARTLEDGE. She was b. 1827 in SC, maybe Edgefield County. She married Samuel SWINT (son of Rev. Frederic SWINT & grandson of John SWINT who died 1801 in Hancock Co, GA), ca. 1846, prob. in Chambers Co, AL. They had nine children: Sarah; Frederic (mine); Mary A.; Martha; Joseph; Nancy; Rebecca "Becky"; Emmaline; and John Samuel.

Rebecca's mother MAY have been Mary UNKNOWN b. ca. 1799 in SC. This Mary was living in the home of her son-in-law, James MORGAN, in 1850 in Tallapoosa, AL. Her daughter Susan was James Morgan's wife. Her other two daughters Sarah and Amanda and Amanda's two children were living in the Morgan household in 1850, too.

Amanda CARTLEDGE was b. ca. 1818 and apparently married a CROW. Amanda's daughters were Elizabeth CROW b. 1841 in SC and Sarah CROW b. 1846 in SC.

Does anyone know of the parents of Rebecca CARTLEDGE who m. Samuel SWINT? Incidentally, Samuel SWINT's grandmother was Elizabeth CARTLEDGE (dau. of Edmund CARTLEDGE & Elizabeth KREBLE) who m. John SWINT who d. 1801 in Hancock Co, GA. Elizabeth and Rebecca were supposedly from the same CARTLEDGE family. [The SWINTs moved from GA to Chambers Co, AL, then to Tallapoosa Co, AL.] Does any of this ring a bell with anybody?

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