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When I find more recent files from back then, I’ll update this with that information.It’s interesting to note that the earliest reference I have found to the Swearingin name stretches back to 1305 or so, a Knight with that last name.However, I do find that his Brother Samuel Swearingen died in Fannin, TX in 1878, so I am guessing they came together from Virginia (all of his siblings were born in Bath (? (AFN: Q6TF-QB) Pedigree Sex: M Family ——————————————————————————– Event(s): Birth: , Frederick, Md Death: 1842 Greenup, Greenup, Kentucky Burial: Argillite, Greenup, Kentucky ——————————————————————————– Parents: Father: Van SWEARINGEN (AFN: 25LW-XS) Family Mother: Martha HUNDRED (AFN: Q6TF-P5) ——————————————————————————– Marriage(s): Spouse: Mary COLE (AFN: TD06-6J) Family Marriage: (AFN: 25LW-XS) Pedigree Sex: M Family ——————————————————————————– Event(s): Birth: Queen Ann Parish, Prince George’s, Maryland Death: Bath County, Virginia ——————————————————————————– Parents: Father: John SWEARINGEN (AFN: 25LV-87) Family Mother: Mary RAY (AFN: 25LV-9D) ——————————————————————————– Marriage(s): Spouse: Martha HUNDRED (AFN: Q6TF-P5) Family Marriage: Abt 1765 Maryland Spouse: Sarah LOCKNEY (AFN: Q6TK-D5) Family Marriage: , Bath Co, Va Spouse: Martha HUNDRED (AFN: 20B0-XH1) Family Marriage: Spouse: Lucy DAVIS (AFN: 20B0-XGS) Family Marriage: *** FIND OUT IF VAN SWEARINGIN FOUGHT IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ——————————————————————————– ——————————————————————————– ——————————————————————————– [T164] Estate probated by , Yohogania and Ohio Counties, Joseph w as Exec in both counties, Isaac Williams l of 3 appraisers of Yohogania part. In Mayer’s “Logan and Cresap” the following account i s given: “Early in the morning a party of eight Indians, composed o f three squaws, a child, and four unarmed men, one of whom was Logan’ s brother crossed the river to Baker’s cabin, where all but Logans’ s brother obtained liqour and became excessively drunk.No whites ex cept Baker and two of his companions appeared in the cabin.Daniels) ***RD Swearingin was his father Husband’s Name (AFN:1Q99-8PF) Pedigree Born: Place: , Fannin, Tx Died: Place: Ladonia, Fannin, Tx Married: Place: Bonham, Fannin, Tx Father: Clem M. BIGGERSTAFF (AFN:3SPP-9C) ——————————————————————————– Wife’s Name Alice Elizabeth CARTER (AFN:1Q99-8B5) Pedigree Born: Place: , , Tn Died: Place: Ladonia, Fannin, Tx Married: Place: Bonham, Fannin, Tx Father: Mother: R. SWEARINGIN Sex: M Event(s): Birth: Jun 1870 Fannin, Texas Parents: Father: Clem M. BIGGERSTAFF ——————————————————————————– Source Information: ——————————————————————————– Film Number: 2034561 Page Number: Reference Number: (AFN: CD6X-N4) Pedigree Sex: M Family ——————————————————————————– Event(s): Birth: 1851 , Greenup, Ky Death: , Fannin, Tx ——————————————————————————– Parents: Father: Clement Russell SWEARINGEN (AFN: BBQL-F1) Family Mother: Nancy PRICHARD (AFN: BBQL-G6) ——————————————————————————– Marriage(s): Spouse: Martha M. [T165] Will, Adams Co, MS of brother Nathaniel naming her as ‘Lucy Baker, wi dow of Joshua,” (Capt Joshua Baker is mentioned in Draper Papers; Sam uel Girty said Nat Tumbleson’s sister, Baker and children were in Nat chez.BIGGERSTAFF (AFN: 3SPP-9C) Family Marriage: , Fannin, Tx (AFN: BBQL-F1) Pedigree Sex: M Family ——————————————————————————– Event(s): Birth: 1805 , , Va ——————————————————————————– Parents: Father: Leonard SWEARINGEN (AFN: Q6TF-QB) Family Mother: Mary COLE (AFN: TD06-6J) ——————————————————————————– Marriage(s): Spouse: Nancy PRICHARD (AFN: BBQL-G6) Family Marriage: , Greenup, Ky ——————————————————————————– Clement Russell SWEARINGEN (AFN: BBQL-F1) Pedigree Sex: M Family ——————————————————————————– Event(s): Birth: 1805 , , Va ——————————————————————————– Parents: Father: Leonard SWEARINGEN (AFN: Q6TF-QB) Family Mother: Mary COLE (AFN: TD06-6J) ——————————————————————————– Marriage(s): Spouse: Nancy PRICHARD (AFN: BBQL-G6) Family Marriage: , Greenup, Ky **I’m assuming Clement Russell Swearingen came to Texas, though I haven’t found any references of that yet. No date) History of Washington County PA, page 66-67-68-69 describes the Chie f Logan massacre which reportedly occured at the Joshua Baker cabin o n Baker Flats.

From my research it seems likely that his father is Erick/Hendrick, while Eric’s father would be David, but this is where there are conflicting records/accounts and I really don’t know if anyone has any clarity on this. ) (3rd son of Leonard & Mary [Cole], appears he changed the naming convention for all but one of his children from “en” to “in”. ) (This is also claimed to be the father of Garrett in some references, but it is my guess based on some references, that this was Eric/Hendrick’s father, and that Eric was the father of Garrett) Van (1746 – 1829)Kezia (F) (1740 – ? ) 3) Ladonia, Fannin County, TX (sometime before June 1869) 4) Greenup, Greenup, Ky / Argillite, Greenup, Kentucky (1830’s ?

Prior to Eric and David, the trail seems to be stone cold, minus the aforementioned even earlier records, but they are spotty, with great gaps of time, and with huge variations in the name at that point as to begin to become unclear if it is even the same name or variation of it. Many of them moved from KY to TX, crossing the Mississippi.) 8) Leonard SWEARINGEN (1765 – 1842) 9) Van SWEARINGEN (1746 – 1829) 10) John SWEARINGEN (1696 – 1767) 11) Thomas VAN SWEARINGEN (1665 – 1711) (“Thomas was the first in his family to drop the Van”) 12) Garrett VAN SWEARINGEN (1635/36 – 1698) 13) Eric Van Swearingen (1616 – ? ) (prior to 1842) 5) Bath County, Virginia (1820’s ?

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