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Re: 1880 census - HELP! can you identify this widow & 5 chn?
Posted by: Robert Sweezey (ID *****9599) Date: March 12, 2004 at 13:50:08
In Reply to: 1880 census - HELP! can you identify this widow & 5 chn? by Joan Upham of 180

Joan:

Here is the information I have on this family. Nancy is Nancy J. Reamer of Indiana, she married John M. Sweazy/Sweazey on 28 Apr 1864 in Dearborn Co., Ind. Children are: Thomas N. 1851; Matilda 1854; Rachel A. 1857; David Jackson 7 May 1860; Alice Martha 1863; Josephine 19 Aug 1866; Margaret C. 1868; George M. Jan 1870; and Mary A. 1872. John was born 1827 in Ohio, his parents are John B. Sweazey (1796-c. 1845), born in Penn, and Jemima Cossins (1803 - ?), born NJ. John first married a woman named Sarah who must have died prior to 1864. Birth dates of the children tells who the mother is. I do not know who John B.'s parents are. I have been working on this family for awhile. John M. had at least 4 siblings that I am aware of. If you would like more details, contact me by e-mail.

Regards,

Bob


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