John Swick
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John E. Swick (1807 - 1882)

John E. Swick
Born in Covert, Seneca, New York, United Statesmap
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Husband of — married 12 Jul 1832 in Parma Center, Seneca County, NYmap
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Died at age 75 in Lenawee County, MImap
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"John Swick 1807-1882 came to Macon Township in 1832 in the same year the Mills family came. He was married to Sue Anne Kelly 1811-1879 and to them were born eight children. Their six daughters were: Charity married John Cadmus, Mary, Phelbe, Alvena, Agnes and Rebecca. One of their sons was William B. 1848-1934 married to Martha Hoagland 1852-83 (daughter of John V. and Anna Hoagland). They had two children: Eugene and William E., Martha passed away and William B. later married for his second wife Hattie Wiggins 1865-1948 (daughter of Daniel and Jane Wiggins). The son of William and Martha, William E. 1877-1903-66, married Gabriella Mills 1874-1903-58 and had one child with the first name of Mills. The other son of John and Sue Anne was Lewis (Luke) 1844-1923 and he married Eunice Osterhout 1847-92 (daughter of Peter and Jemima Osterhout). Luke and Eunice had one son, Walter 1887-95-1943, who married Betha Underwood 1875-95-1967 and lived in Britton. John and Sue Anne lived on Milwaukee Road just off of Britton Highway. The homestead is now owned by Fred Schober."[1]


  1. Britton-Macon Area Camp Fire Girls and Leaders, comp. Bygone Days. [n.p., 1971]. Spine Title: History of Britton, Michigan, 1830-1971.

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