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Israel Swayze Jr. served in the War of 1812 Service started: Unit(s): Provincial Royal Artillery Drivers (The Car Brigade), Canada Service ended:
Son of Israel Swayze (1720 - 1774) and Mary Pitney Swayze (1720 - 1754), married to Abigail Coleman Swayze (1757 - 1843).
Israel Swayzie, a Loyalist, and his wife, Abagail Coleman, emigrate to Canad, near the close of the Rev. War.
Mel Swart Lake Gibson Park now occupies the site which was originally part of a 550-acre crown grant to one of the founding fathers of the Village of Beaverdams, Israel Swayze (1753–1844). The village itself was located at a crossroads of the so-called “Indian Trail” between Lakes Erie and Ontario and the east-west between Queenston and Hamilton. 
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