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Aaron Swarthout buried in Schuyler County
Posted by: Betty Woods (ID *****0664) Date: July 12, 2012 at 15:27:57
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Just some info...Found a DAR post that had Aaron "the fifer" Swarthout buried in William Hause Hill Cemetery in Tyrone, Schuyler County NY. No dates but they have the best track record of keeping up with the graves of the Revolutionary soliders. Then I went back to the Tyrone County site and it was right there (how he went from Wayne to Tyrone without moving....Wayne twps in Steuben Ct became Tyrone in 1822 and in 1845 it became part of Schuyler County. When I was there I did not go to Schuyler County to look for a will for Aaron 'the fifer'. When I look back at the 1820 census I had already found William (Sworthart) Swarthout and also Aaron and a Aaron Jr and James A. on the Steuben Ct Wayne twps census.

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