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Swinton family, ca. 1060-1883

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1958
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript collection (27 leaves) in possession of Mrs. Jules Atwood, Townsend, Georgia.

With: McIntosh family Bible records, ca. 1807-1820.

Contents: Swinton of that Ilk -- Swinton-McIntosh -- William Swinton / copied from a paper in possession of Sallie McIntosh Dunwody -- Family record [ca. 1735-1826] / copied from a transcription, 1873, of records from the family Bible, which was in possession of William J. McIntosh of Savannah, Georgia -- Genealogy of the Swinton family / copied from an old notebook owned by Mrs. James S. Dunwody -- Genealogy of Splatts descent of the Haynes -- William the Surveyor -- Family record -- Alexander Swinton's descendants -- Genealogy of the Swinton family according to Archibald Campbell Swinton of Kimmerghane -- Swinton notes.

Hugh, Alexander, and William Swinton, brothers, immigrated to South Carolina, ca. 1722. Hugh returned to Scotland. William married Mrs. Hannah White Brown and had two sons and a daughter. He died in 1743. Their son, Hugh (1737-1809), and his wife, Susannah Splatt, lived in Charleston, South Carolina, and had thirteen children. Descendants lived in South Carolina, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Alexander Swinton married Judith Simmons and had a son, William (1735- 1780). William married Mary Slade in 1759. They had a son and two daughters. The son died unmarried. Their daughter, Sarah, married married John McIntosh in Colleton, South Carolina, in 1759. William married 2) Sarah Barron in 1766. They had a daughter. William was killed on Willtown road in 1780 in defense of his county. Descendants listed lived in Georgia.

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