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Re: Swayze ancestry from 1600's to present
Posted by: D L Leat (ID *****3481) Date: September 12, 2005 at 06:00:20
In Reply to: Re: Swayze ancestry from 1600's to present by Priscilla of 138

Hello Priscilla - hope you're still in the loop.
Re : "The Down East Swaseys", author Louise Swasey DeRoche, pub San Diego, CA about 1981.
I have been trying to see a copy of this for the past several months - the Library of Congress can no longer find their copy, Bangor Maine Public Library will not loan it through inter-library loan, nor will LDS - I can only view theirs in Salt Lake City. These are the only 3 locations I have been able to find.
Can you help me out? I am trying to find further proof on the Sweezeys who came to New Brunswick Canada during the 1780's. Specifically Aaron, his offspring including Benjamin, all of Benjamin's offspring including Elizabeth Ann (Annie) Sweezey b1815, who married Samuel Biggs b1811.
The book is mentioned in Sweezey.net: "according to "The Down East Swaseys" by Louise Swasey DeRoche, Benjamin had three daughters: Abby, Mary and Annie"

Darlene


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