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Re: Swayze ancestry from 1600's to present
Posted by: Priscilla Date: August 06, 2001 at 05:09:31
In Reply to: Re: Swayze ancestry from 1600's to present by Esther of 138

I wouldn't know where to get a copy of this book. Mine is falling apart. It was published in 1980, and I bought it directly from the author. Most of the book is about my direct line, so I don't know if it would be much help to you. However, she lists the following publications in the back: Genealogy of the Swasey Family by Benjamin Franklin Swasey, privately printed by Ambrose Swasey, 1910; Library of Congress; HISTORY OF TRANS ALPINE by May Edwards Bailey, Lincoln, Maine, Lincoln Historical Society; Genealogy of the Sweesy, Sey, Zy, Zey, etc., etc., etc., Family by Henry L. Sweesy, Jr.; The Jersey Settlers, Mrs. Henry P. Mills; Old South, New England, The "Deep South", The North America by Henry B. Eaton; Long Island Discovery by Seon Manley, Doubleday, Inc.; and The Swezeys of Huntington (1969) and The Swezeys of Swezeytown (1972) (Long Island, New York) by C. Eugene Swezey. Now that I look at it further, she said the first nine generations were copied from The Genealogy of the Swasey Family, Library of Congress, General Reference and Bibliography Division No. 16664, Genealogies, CS71, S9745 1910. If you want, I can copy the first pages and snail mail them to you, or type them out and e-mail them to you. No problem.


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