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Re: Conner, Swaringame
Posted by: Steven Bench (ID *****3634) Date: February 19, 2008 at 21:29:42
In Reply to: Conner, Swaringame by Sandra of 2014

I too, am interested in the marriage of Delila Swaringame (Swearingen). I know who most of the Swearingens are in the old Lincoln Co. records but not her or Hannah and Mary. I suspect all of them to be sisters of my gggg-grandfather Hugh Swearengin who apparently had 7 sisters as indicated by the 1800 census of Anson Co., NC. In 1810 his father Van is in Lincoln County with only 3 daughters still at home 2 of which were born 1800-1810.


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