2 edition of Mementos of the Swett family found in the catalog.
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|Statement||By John Wingate Thornton|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
James Elms Swett (J – Janu ) was a United States Marine Corps fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II. He was awarded the United States' highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor, for actions while a division flight leader in VMF over Guadalcanal on April 7, He downed a total of enemy aircraft during the war, earning two Distinguished Battles/wars: World War II, Battle of Guadalcanal, . North Augusta: Norris McDonald "Donnie" Swett, 80, died Tuesday, December 8, , in North Augusta. Mr. Swett was born in Georgetown on December 5, , a son of the late Walker Norris "Buck" Swett and Lena Belle "Tow" McDonald Swett. He grew up in Georgetown and was a graduate of Winyah High School and did his undergraduate work at Erskine Born:
Margaret Simon, almost twelve, likes long hair, tuna fish, the smell of rain, and things that are pink. Shes just moved from New York City to Farbook, New Jersey, and is anxious to fit in with her. The three daughters and the husbands of ^e first two are men- tioned in Mrs. Bradstreet's will. Benjamin Swett, who married Elizabeth Norton, left posterity An account of this branch of the Norton lineage may be found in " Mementos of the Swett Familv," by J. Wingate Thornton, Esq., a descepdant, (8vo. ), and in the Begister, Vol. VI., p.
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Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ Author: John Wingate Thornton. Mementos of the Swett family [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Full text of "Mementos of the Swett family" The following extract from Gen.
Sullivan's order book is dated 27th September, " The ^Commander in chief takes this opportunity to return his most sincere and cordial thanks to doctors Simson, Hagar, Wilson, Parsons, Jackson and Sivett, surgeons, and to Doctor Arnold, Director General of the.
John Swett of Newbury [Stackpole #1] has been the subject of much speculation. He is said to have come from Devonshire, in the west of England. [John Wingate Thornton, "Mementos of the Swett Family," ] He is also said to have come from the Isle of Guernsey, in the English Channel.
Mementos of the Swett Family () by John Wingate Thornton,available at Book Depository with free delivery : John Wingate Thornton. He is said to have come from Devonshire, in the west of England. [John Wingate Thornton, "Mementos of the Swett Family," ] He is also said to have come from the Isle of Guernsey, in the English Channel.
[Simeon L. Deyo, "History of Barnstable County," ] Efforts have been made to link him to the Sweet families who settled in Rhode Island Parents: Joanna Swett, Adrian Swett. Archives, Vol. 67, p. 57] [Thornton's "Mementos of the Swett Family" has this petition with a facsimile of Benjamin Swett's signature; and, yes, he did spell his name "Swett" although various clerks spelled it Children: Elizabeth Swett, Hannah Swett, Benjamin Swett, Mary Swett, Capt.
Joseph Swett. Author of The pulpit of the American Revolution, The pulpit of the American revolution: or, The political sermons of the period ofThe Pulpit Of The Revolution Or, The Political Sermons Of The Period OfMementos of the Swett family, Lives of Isaac Heath, and John Bowles, elders of the church, and principal founders of the grammar school in Roxbury, Bowles of England, Mementos of.
New England Historic-Genealogical Register, Volume 6,pp.The Swett Family, copies the foregoing statement from "Mementos: The Swett Family". Everette S. Stackpole, "Swett Genealogy: Descendants of John Swett of Newbury, Mass." (Lewiston, Maine, circa ) Foreword: "The surname Swete is often found in Devonshire.
Guide to the John Swett Papers, Collection number: BANC MSS C-B The Bancroft Library. Mary’s father, Joseph Swett was born in Hampton, New Hampshire inserved as a Lieutenant in the Indian Wars, and operated a leather tannery.
He moved his family to York, Maine in after purchasing acres at Western Point, also known as Swett’s Point, a property with beautiful vistas at the mouth of the York River.
The book is in the collections of the American Independence Museum. Mementos of the Swett Family: In Memoriam, privately printed, Roxbury, only copies, Various John Wingate Thornton's personal family genealogy book.
Box 1. Social Law Library, Boston, Mass. The Social Law Library holds a copy of a rare book (Wingate, Edmond. Born: AugSaco, Maine, United States.
FH Swett Rare Book: Mementos of the Swett Family: Thornton, John Wingate FH swett: Swett Geneology: Descendents of John Swett of Newbury, Mass.
Stackpole, Everett S. FH sweringen: Family Register of Gerret vanSweringen: Swearingen, H H FH Sweeney: Moses Sweeney Descendants from Amherst County, Virginia and Lincoln County, Kentucky. Swango Family Reunion FH Sweeney: Moses Sweeney Descendants from Amherst County, Virginia and Lincoln County, Kentucky: Sweeney, J.
Harvey, Jr. FH sweringen: Family Register of Gerret vanSweringen: Swearingen, H H FH swett: Swett Geneology: Descendents of John Swett of Newbury, Mass.
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Zelner lines in their sleep. Few sets of early 18 th century American bed hangings survive, and those that do often are fragmentary, having been cut up and distributed to family members as mementos. The hangings created by and for Mary Swett Bulman, kept together by family circumstance, truly are extraordinary.
Referenced consulted. Comments about Mementos by Charlotte Brontë Albert Gazeley (3/23/ PM) A wonderful poem – a little long for some but so much detail, exactness and truth that I find it is impossible not to read to the end – an incredible piece.
Ancestors of Stanley Elmer Allen Captain Benjamin Swett, born Bef. 12 May in Wymondham, Norfolk, England; died 29 Jun in Black Point, Scarborough, was the son of John Swett and Phebe married Hester Weare 01 Nov in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Hester Weare, born in England; died 16 Jan /18 in Hampton .John Wingate Thornton is the author of The Pulpit of the American Revolution ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Historical Relat 5/5.Ancestors of Stanley Elmer Allen John Swett, born Abt.
in Isle of Guernsey, England; died 13 Jan /52 in Newbury, Essex County, was the son of Adrian Sweete and married Phebe Unknown. Phebe Unknown Notes for John Swett: According to Burke, the Swete or Swett family was formerly of Trayne and then of Oxton in the county of .