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Pennsylvania State Archives, First State Tax, 1778, Cumberland County, Greenwood Township,
Freemen, John Swezey...........Tax.. 1.10.0

Supply Rates, County of Cumberland, Greenwood Township. 1780
Freemen; ... John Sweesy.... Tax ... 20.0.0

Transcript of Taxables; 1781.. Freemen.. John Sweezey.. Tax.. 37.10.0

Transcript of Taxables; 1782.. Freemen.. John Sweezey.. Tax.. 2.5.0

Transcript of Taxables; 1785.. John Sweezy.. 100 Acres.. 2 horses.. 1.. Cattle

Warrenties of Land, County of Cumberland, 1750-1874;
Swesey, John, 300 Acres, Date of Survey, May 9, 1792.
Swesey, John, 60 Acres, date of Survey, Aug. 6th, 1792.

An Account of the 1st Class of the 7th Battalion of Cumberland County Militia called upon to perform a tour of duty by an order of Council bearing date the 27th day of June, 1781. 2nd Company, 1st class, John Sweesy, served in the 7th class. 
Sweesy, John (I1577)
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Pennsylvania; Cumberland County, Greenwood Township.
Transcript of Taxables.. Freemen.. Peter Sweezey... Amount of Tax.. 10.9. 
Sweesy, Peter (I1579)
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Pennsylvania; Cumberland County, Greenwood Township..1785
Transcription of Taxables;
Freemen;.. John Sweezey... Amount of Tax... 10.9

This John Sweezey seemed to have moved to Bedford County, Pennsylvania.

Warrenties of Land; County of Bedford, Pennsylvania--1771--1893.
Sweezey, John, 400 acres, Date of Survey-- April 10,, 1794. 
Sweesy, John Jr (I1777)
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Pete Sweezy was a farmer and logger. He lived at Oak Grove most of his life. 
Sweezy, Eulis (Pete) (I2233)
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Pharris Sweazea was living in Wayne County, Missouri in 1850 and 1860. He lived in Greenwood Valley, what was to become Carter County. Some of his descendants have changed the spelling to Sweaza. He made several trips back to Jackson County, Tennessee as the court records show. We don't have much information about Pharis. We do not know where or when he died. He most likely died in Reynolds County, Missouri. He purchased land in Reynolds County, Missouri in 1857 and 1859.

Reynolds County, Missouri
SWEZEA, FARES 04/15/1857 200 acres 22-28-2
SWEAZEA, FARES M 01/01/1859 120 acres 26-28-2 
Sweazea, Pharris (I1166)
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Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Dillard Mack Sweaza, 76, of Gould, died October 6, 1997, at Jefferson
Regional Medical Center.
He was born at Camden on August 20, 1921, a son of the late Frank and Effie
He was a self-employed tub enameler, served in the Army and was a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Marie Freeman Sweaza; two sons, Danny Sweaza of
Tempe, Arizona, and Dennis Sweaza of Austin (Lonoke County); a daughter,
Donna Amerine of Antioch, California; two brothers, Derwood Sweaza of
Richmond, California, and Rex Sweaza of Rock Springs, Texas; four sisters,
Earcie Lucas of El Sobrante, California, Auo Rachal of Baton Rouge, Marie
Jones of Crockett, California, and Betty Willis of Rio Vista, California; and
four grandchildren.
Memorial services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday in Watson Cemetery at
Watson with the Rev. Al Green officiating. The body was cremated.
Arrangements are handled by Griffin Funeral Home of Dumas. 
Sweaza, Dillard Mack (I2373)
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Pud Sweezy was a farmer and logger, as was most, in that area around Moss, Tennessee. 
Sweezy, Eula (Pud) (I2234)
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Richard Coulter was a well to do Man in Colonial Days. His family probably came from Bainbridge, Ireland in the late 1600s. His daughter married Mathias Sweesy about 1770.

Pennsylvania, County of Cumberland, Cumberland County Militia in service July 1778. Fifth Battalion,
Captain Richard Coulter.

Men who served under Captain Noah Abraham, of the First Battalion of Cumberland Militia, Commanded by Colonel James Dunlap, Stationed in Carlisle.
Second Lieutenant, Richard Coulter.

Captain Noah Abraham's Company - 1778 - First Battalion, Third Company.
First Lieutenant, Richard Coulter. 
Coulter, Richard (I0893)
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Richard Sweazea served in the Union Army Civil War.

State of Missouri- Records of the Adjutant Generals Office;

Sweaza, Richard J., Pvt., Enlisted March 1, 1865, Perryville, Mo., Perry County, Capt. Minor, Capt. Layton. Mustered out June 30, 1865.

Sweazea, Richard J (I1409)
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Robert Emmett Montgomery was in the civil war in Missouri. He served in the 47th MO Inf. He died from exposure and the measles at Jefferson Barracks, St Louis Missouri in 1864 at the close of the war. He was in the battle at Patterson, Mo. and when they left to march to Pilot Knob, Mo, Robert went to his home which was nearby. He was AWOL for a month and then he returned to his Unit at Pulaski, Tenn. He was charged with Desertion and Court marshalled. He was later pardoned. He never got to see his family again. He is buried at Benton Barracks National Cemetery. He is buried in a beautiful place and his Stone reads R E Montgomery 47th MO. 
Montgomery, Robert Emmett (I0963)
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Roof fell on and killed her in New Mexico. 
Sweazea, Ettie (I1256)
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Russell K. Sweazea was living with his brother, Mathias Sweazea, in 1850 in Jackson County, Tennessee, at seventeen years of age.

Court Record, Jackson County, Tennessee 1855 page 257
John M Clark vs P F Huddleston Admr. etc. Take depos Mathew Sweazea, Samuel Miller, Asa Lovelady, Henry Lovelady, Daniel Keith, Edwin Price, Russel K Sweazea .. continued.

Court Record, Jackson County, Tennessee. Feb 1857 page 55
Hardin L. Smith Admr of C A Smith vs James McDonald Exr of H L McDonald deceased. Parties have compromised .. depos. of J R Jones, R. Sweazea,
J A Huddleston, Mary A Coggins & Bird S Jones.

Russell Sweazea left Jackson County after 1857 and purchased land in Ripley County, [now Carter County,] Missouri

Ripley County, Missouri

32 Original Land Plat Book [ 1832 - 1858 ]

Copied from the original plat book in the Recorders office, County Courthouse, Doniphan, Missouri.

Russell K. Sweazea, residence, Ripley County, date purchased, 17 aug 1857,
Section 17 Township 27 range 3 E.

Russell K Sweazea, Residence, Ripley County, date purchased, 17 Aug., 1857
Section 20 Township 27, Range 3 E

Russell K. Sweazea served in the civil war from Wayne County, Missouri.
From the records of the Adjutant General at Jefferson City, Missouri.

Union Army; Sweazea, Russell K., Pvt., Co. A, Wayne Co. Ind. Co. Six Months Mil. Reg't., E. M. M., Capt. Powers, enrolled Oct. 12, 1861, Arcadia, Mo. Ordered into active service Oct 12, 1861, Arcadia, Mo., Relieved from duty, Feb. 20, 1862 _________________________________________________________________ Russell may have died in the Civil War, as no more info has been found, about him. His land in 1860 was valued at $6,100.00 - personal Estate valued at $434.00. This was a lot of money in those days. His youngest child was born in 1863 during the Civil War. By 1870 his wife had married John Hoskins and had a son William age three. Living with this family was Tom Sweazea, age 12, Mary E. Sweazea, age 9, and Russell Sweazea, age 6. In the 1880 census of Carter County, Missouri, Mary Sweazea age 19 and Russell Sweazea age 17, are listed as step children to John Hoskins. Mary was listed as Missouri Hoskins

Sweazea, Russell K. (I1208)
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Samuel Swasey was born in 1653 and was still unmarried, and living at home with his father, when his father died in 1692. Although we do not have a marriage license, it appears that he was married in 1697 to Hannah Beardsley Hulse at the age of 44. At Southold, L.I. New York. See ( New England Marriages Prior to 1700, page 723 )

Land Record of Samuel and Hannah Swazy 1699

This Indenture made ye twenty sixth day of Aprill in ye Eleventh yeare of the Reigne of William ye third by the grace of God of Ingland, Scotland, ffrance & Ireland King Defender of the faith &c anno Domin 1699 between Samuel Swazy & Hannah his wife Thomas Hulse Abraham Dayton & Catharine his wife* of Brookhaven in the County of Suffolk on Nasaw IsLand in the Province of Newyork on the one partie and Isaac Norton of the same place of the other parte Witnesseth that the saide Samuel Swazy, Hannah, his wife, Thomas Hulse Abraham Dayton & Catharine, his wife, for & in consideration of twenty four pounds currant money of New York to them in hand paide before the Ensealing & delivering of thease pesents the receite whereof is by them and all of them acknowledged and therewith to bee---fully satisfied contented & paide Have bargained and souled given--granted & by these pesents doe freely clearly and absolutely Bargain Sell give and grant unto the saide Isaac Norton one twenty acre lott & two fivety acre lotts by number six & seven att a place--called the old mans within the Township of Brookhaven aforesd as it was. Laide out & bounded To have & to hold the sd land with ye benefitts proffitts and apurtenances the run to belonging or any wayes apertaining to the saide Jsack Norton his heirs or assignes for ever to the use & behoofe of the saide Isaac Norton his heirs & assignes for ever and the saide Samuel Swasy & Hannah, his wife, Thomas Hulse Abraham Dayton & catharine, his wife, for themselves theire heires & Executors and---administrators & Either of them doe hereby covenant promise and --grant to & with ye saide Isaack Norton his heires & assignes shall & may at--all times hereafter use possess & Enjoy the above granted pemises free from incumberances without the lett hinderance or molestation of the saide Samuel Swasy, Hannah, his wife, Thomas Hulse Abraham Dayton & Catharine, theire heirs Executors or administrators or Either of them & the saide land hereby granted & sould to ye saide Isaac Norton, his heires & assignes The --saide samuel swasy, Hannah, his wife, Thomas Hulse Abraham Dayton & Katharine, his wife, theire heirs Executorsv or Administrators shall & will warrant & defend all persons as alsoe to doe performe & execute any act or thing devise or devices in the law needfull to bee done for ye sure-making or better Conveyance of the premises In testimony whereof ye saide Samuel Swasy, Hannah, his wife, & Abraham Dayton and Catherina, his wife, parties to thes presents have set to theire hands & Seals ye day above written-- Samuel Swasy seale--O
Sealed & delivered in presence of Hannah Swasy ----Seale--O
Tho Clarke his
Arthur ffuthy Tho T Hulse Seal---O
Elizabeth Clarke mark
his mark
Abraham A Dayton Seal---O
mark &
Entered pe Timothy Brewster Clerk Catharine A Dayton Seale O
*The word wife is not in the original

March ye 22th 1698/9
Layd out to Thomas Helme two acres of Land bee it more or less ajoyning to his meadow in Georges Neck for his convenitfeecey of fencing & drying his hay being part of his 20 acre dewision pr Thomas Helme Surveyer Entered Septr ye 22 1699. per me Timothy Brewster, Clerk

{ We can Thank Clyde Downing for most of this research. } 
Swasey, Samuel (I0907)
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Samuel Swesey Jr was living in Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey by 1741.
Swesey, Samuel Jr (I2080)
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Sanders Sisco was the Bondsman for Nancy Sweazea and Benjamin Draper. 
Sweazea, Nancy (I1091)
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Savannah Wilson is buried at McKette, OK 
Wilson, A. Savannah (I1589)
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Smith Sweezy lived in the Oak Grove area of Clay County, Tennessee. Some of his descendants still live in this area. 
Sweezy, Smith (I1309)
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Source; Carter County, Records. Personal family Records. 
Sweazea, Johnson Richard (I1212)
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Sydney Sweezea died young, as a child. Birth and death dates not known. 
Sweezea, Sydney (I1134)
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The 1790 census of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania lists;

Daniel Sweesy as head of household, with one male over 25, 2 males under 16, and 1 female over 25. Daniel moved from Greenwood Township to Northumberland County (now Union) about 1783, after the Revolutionary War.

Daniel had two sons born before 1790.
The 1800 census of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania lists;
Daniel Swezey 26 to 45 -- 1 son-- 16 to 26--- 1 son 10 to 16-----3 sons 0 to 10

The 1800 census lists; Northunberland County, White Deer Township.

Sweesy Daniel; 3 sons under 10---1 son 10 to 16 --- 1 son 16 to 26--- 1 daughter -- under 10 -- 1 male 26 to 45 > Daniel 1 female 45 and up - Daniels Wife.

It appears that two of these sons moved to Mercer County, Pennsylvania by 1810. They were probably George and Mathias. a Thomas was there by 1800.

Mathias was in the war of 1812. He married Elizabeth Pounds.

Pennsylvania Archives; Sixth Series

Pensylvania First State Tax, 1778.. Cumberland County, Greenwood Township, Freemen, Daniel Swezey..... Tax... 1.10.0

Transcript of Taxables; 1781.. Dan'l Swezey.... Tax... 37.10.0

Transcript of Taxables; 1782.. Daniel Sweezey....Freemen.. Tax.. 2.5.0

Daniel Swesey applied for a pension in 1832 for serving in the Revolutionary War

Application for Pension of Daniel Swesey, Revolutionary War
Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7, 1832. Union County, Pennsylvania.
On this 19th day of December in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty three, personally appeared before the judges of the court of common pleas in and for the County at New Berlin now sitting Daniel Swesy--a resident of White Deer Township in the County of Union, aged seventy seven years, who being first duly sworn in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress, dated June 7, 1833. That he enlisted in the service of the United States and served under the following named officers and served as here stated. That he resided in Greenwood Township, Cumberland County, Pa., when he first entered the service of the United States. That he was drafted in the fall of the year 1777, for two months - that he marched in Captain John Hamilton's company by way of Carlisle, York & Lancaster to Valley Forge. At Valley Forge his company was placed under the command of General Lacy. That his______continued in Valley Forge, but one night and from there they marched a few miles below Valley Forge in order to guard the _______& to Phila. where the British Army there lay. That they were stationed at different places for the purpose_________________, until the period for which he was drafted had expired when he returned home. He thinks it was pretty late in the fall when he marched and returned in the winter of 1777 & 1778---does not remember of getting a written discharge this time. That he thinks again it was the fall of the year when he marched this tour which must have been in 1778. That he remembers that it was cold weather when he got home. That sometime after his return from the last mentioned tour, he enlisted for 5 months in Capt. Henry_________ghuty's Company_________ Gen. Sulevan's campaign--that he received _______________of $40---The service for which he was engaged during the period for which he was engaged, was boating up the river Susquhannah from Middletown to Tioga points and some intermediate points. That he continued in the service until his term, of 5 months expired when he was discharged--does not remember of a written discharge being given him. In the service he was subject to all the penalties and restrictions of any other enlisted soldier. The wile term engaged in this service were under the command of Capt. Dougherty.?
That he marched a fourth time as a substitute for his brother, John Swesy, who was drafted. That he marched in Capt. Hugh McAllister's Company to Potter's Fort in Puns Valley, Pa. That he does not recollect he was under the Command of. That they continued to Potter's Fort, going out occasionally on scouting parties against the Indians, until his time of service expired and he was discharged. This was in the fall of 1781 pretty late. That the whole period of his service was 11 months and upwards for which he claims a pension..That from the change of residence and lapse of time, he knows of no person living who could testify as to his services nor has Documentary evidence of his military service.
1. I, Daniel Swesy, was born near the Raritan River in the state of New Jersey, in 1756, June 13.
2. I have no record of my age, but remember it from my parents as what they told me.
3. I lived in Greenwood Township, Cumberland, Co. when I was called into
service and continued there until about 40 years ago when I moved to
White Deer township, Northumberland County, (now Union) his residence
4. This I have answered.
5. This I have also answered as far as I can remember.
6. I never received a written discharge.
7. Andrew McLanahan esq - John High, Wm Hayes, Naththen Laird, and
many others in my neighborhood can testify as to my character, for my
vivacity and their belief in my services as a revolutionary soldier.
That he hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or amnesty except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state.
signed; Daniel Swesey

Linn's "Annals of Buffalo Valley" Union County, Pennsylvania, published in 1877 -- on page 453 we find;
Swesey, Daniel, died in White Deer, 31st January, 1836, leaving a widow, Mary.

Daniel's Brothers, George, John, and Mathias were most likely with him on this tour of duty. They all served in Capt. John Hamilton's Company. from Cumberland County.
Sweesy, Daniel (I1349)
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The Kiger Family has not been traced back to their homeland. They were in Pennsylvania in the early 1700s and then Kentucky in the late 1700s and then to Ohio about 1803 then to Illinois and to Missouri in 1856. Nancy s Grandfather, George Kiger, was killed in the Civil War in Tennessee. He is buried at Nashville, Tennessee. He served in the 38th Illinois Infantry. Company D. He fought and was killed in the last battle at or near Nashville. 
Kiger, Nancy Caroline (I0950)
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The only information we have about Samuel is the 1850 and 1860 census of Jackson County, Tennessee. 
Sweazea, Samuel S. (I1012)
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This article taken from the 1953 files of the Journal-Banner., Piedmont, Mo.

Wm. A. Sweazea was born in Reynolds County, Mo., January 3, 1852. He was united in marriage to Mira Lucinda Farris, April 4, 1874. She was born in Arkansas, November 30, 1858. For many years after their marriage they lived on their farm in Webb Valley four miles west of where the Clearwater dam has since been located. During these years a family of four children was born to them. A daughter died in infancy. The three sons are now living. The oldest is Wm. F. Sweazea, born in 1870. He was united in marriage to Ella January, Centerville, Mo., in 1903. To them one son, Paul. was born. He is now married and has two daughters. They are living in California. Walter is the second son, born in 1886. On April 11, 1911, his father bought a farm on highway 34, two miles west of Patterson from Geo. W. Smith. This had been known as the Hixon farm as Jerry Hixon had settled there in the early 1880's and lived there several years and several of the Hixon children were born there.
As a young man, Walter confined his social interests well to the Patterson community. He was very popular with the young folks and won as his prize Miss Millie Hixon, who became his wife November 2, 1912, and she was moved back to the place of her birth and has remained to this time. Two daughters and one son were born to them. The daughters are: Dorothy L., and Daphne M. The son is James W. All have remained single and live in St. Louis, Mo. It is very unfortunate that a few years ago Walters eyesight began to fail him and by August 1952, his vision was practically gone. There are things he can still do and he especially gets pleasure from his religious work. Elmer G. is the youngest son of the W. A. Sweazea family. He was also very popular in the Patterson society circle, but for reasons not explained, he was attracted westward and soon became a citizen of Piedmont. He was united in marriage April 21, 1917, to Lelia Lucy, a daughter of Judge and Mrs. O.C. Lucy, and proved to be a very efficient son-in-law to them. One son, Clinton G., was born to them. He is now married and lives in Havana, Cuba. Since becoming a citizen of Piedmont, E.G. as he is now called, has played a very important part in the business life of Piedmont and perhaps his business, known and the Sweazea Lumber Co., covers as large as range as any business in Piedmont and several are well patronized from outside Wayne County. E.G. and Mrs. Sweazea are also very active in religious and civic affairs of their town and county. W.A. Sweazea passed from this life August 11, 1930, preceeded by his wife whose demise came May 28, 1919. 
Sweazea, William Andrew (I1116)
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This is the Draper family according to the 1830 census of Wayne County, Missouri.
1830 census Wayne county, MO, shows 2 male under 5 -- 1/ 5 to 10 - 2 / 15-20 1 - 40/50. 2 female under 5 - 1/5to10 1- 15/20 1 - 30/40. 
Draper, Benjamin (I1029)
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This record shows that Allen and Sarah had one child and none living in 1910.

Sweazea,Allen D Head 49 Mo unk Tn
Sarah E wife 47(1/0) Tn US NC 1910 Carter County,
Sweazea, Allen Dewitt (I1216)
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Thomas And Elvira are both buried in Montgomery Chapel Cemetary, near Silva, Missouri. 
Ward, Thomas (I2026)
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Thomas B. ( Sterns) Sweazea is listed as Thomas Sterns in the 1860 census and as Tom Sweazea in 1870 and 1880 census. So he is most likely a son to Mary Sweazea from a previous marriage? 
Sweazea, Thomas B. (Sterns) (I2370)
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Thomas J Sweazea was living with his nephew, John Gilbert Swezea, in the 1880 census of Wayne county, Missouri. 
Sweazea, Thomas J. (I1219)
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Turner Clinton Sweezea was born in Greenwood Valley in Carter County, Missouri on December 25 1882. Shortly after he was born, he moved to Malden, Missouri with his Family. His father George Sweezea was killed in 1889 at Malden, Missouri while breaking horses. He grew up in Malden and Wayne County, Missouri. After he was married, at Greenville, Mo. and was in the Contracting Business for a time, he moved to Malden and farmed in the Craig District. One year, at Malden, Turner grew a large field of watermelons and need a way to get rid of them. So he leased a box car from the railroad and shipped them to St Louis and sold them out of the box car. In 1916 he moved to Clay County, Arkansas. He traded a team and wagon for 80 acres near Rector, Arkansas. In 1922 He moved back to Wayne County, Missouri. He lived on a farm, on Lake Creek, the rest of his life except for the short time he lived in Piedmont during his last years.

Obituary from The Wayne County Journal Banner, July 13, 1972

Funeral services for Turner C. Sweezea, retired Wayne County Farmer, who died July 5th was held Saturday July 8th, at 1 PM in the Gish-Bowles & Coder Chapel, Piedmont.
Music for the service was by Lee Rose, Lacy Rose, Anita Wills, Edgar Allen and Marvin Lane, Majorie Bowles, pianist.
The Rev. W. W. Handy and Rev. Woodrow Hughes were officiating ministers.
Pallbearers were Clinton Hill, Floyd Hill, Elwood Sweezea, Earl Hill, Charles Sweezea, Marvin Sweezea, Douglas Sweezea and Dewayne Sweezea. Interment was in New Liberty Cemetery,
Turner Clinton Sweezea, son of George and Julia Goad Sweezea, was born in Missouri on Dec 25, 1882 and died in the Poplar Bluff Hospital in Poplar Bluff, Mo. on July 5, 1972 at the age 89 years, 6 months and 10 days.
In 1904 he was united to Nancy Kiger and to this union 6 children were born. She preceded him in death in 1957.
In 1960 he was united in marriage to Mable Graham who preceded him in death in 1968.
He leaves to mourn his departure 3 sons, Ira of Granger, Wash., Arvil of Poplar Bluff Mo., Arthur of Silva, Mo., 2 daughters, Edith Hill of Piedmont, Mo., Ethel Hill of Boonville, Mo., 18 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren.
He also leaves one brother, Orea Sweezea of Flint, Mich., other relatives and many friends.
Mr Sweezea professed his faith in Christ and united with the New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church at an early age. 
Sweezea, Turner Clinton (I0949)
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Walter Sweazea spent his life in Wayne County, Missouri. 
Sweazea, Walter (I1124)
181 [Beddow03.FTW] Sweesy, Mathias (I0903)
182 [Beddow03.FTW] Swesey, Mathias (I0905)
183 [Beddow03.FTW] Sweazea, Jonas Franklin (I1151)
184 [Beddow03.FTW] Sweazea, John (I1254)
185 [Beddow03.FTW] Sweazea, Claude (I1258)
186 [Beddow03.FTW] Sweezy, Mattie Belle (I1308)
187 [Beddow03.FTW] Family F966
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shriver, R. (I3453)
189 [Beddow03.FTW] Palmer, Curtis Leo (I3443)
190 [Beddow03.FTW] Palmer, Lydell Keith (I3441)
191 [Beddow03.FTW] Hamerly, Milo M. (I3393)
192 [Beddow03.FTW] Hamerly, Jr Leonhard (I3389)
193 [Beddow03.FTW] Minnie (I3387)
194 [Beddow03.FTW] Bethia (I3364)
195 [Beddow03.FTW] Mariah, Long (I3347)
196 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Finch, M.L. (I3340)
197 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Finch, L.M. (I3339)
198 [Beddow03.FTW] Finch, Frank Elmer (I3336)
199 [Beddow03.FTW] Beddow, Dennis (I3333)
200 [Beddow03.FTW] Beddow, Gerald Melvin (I3301)

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