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Swain and Mary Ann Williams Family

Swain and Mary Ann Williams Family

Swain Williams and Mary Ann Philbrook and family, probably taken abt 1873 in Licking Co. Ohio.

from left in back:
Rosa E. Williams, her husband Charles Simon Gearhart, Almira Williams, Francis Williams

from left in front:
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Williams, Mary Ann Philbrook Williams, Swain Williams, Christopher Williams.

Mary Ann Philbrook was the daughter of Cyrus Philbrook and Ann C. Martin.

Swain O. Williams born abt 1816, New Jersey, occupation, farmer, married first to Phoebe Peffers, born about 1812, Ohio, She was the daughter of David Elijah Peffers and Mary "Polly" Williams. Phoebe died abt 1851.

Swain married again in abt 1852 to Mary Ann Philbrook, daughter of Cyrus and Ann C. Martin Philbrook, born May 1825, Ohio. She died of senile dementia at the age of 81 on 22 Sept 1906 in Elwood, Madison Co. IN., at the home of her son Christopher. She was buried in lot 60, Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN.

Swain O. Williams died Nov 7, 1884, from stomach cancer. He was living in Center Twp, Howard Co., IN at time of death, probably at the home of one of his daughters. He was buried on Nov 8, 1884 in lot 60, Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN.

Submitted by Connie Bottolfsen Loftus, great great granddaughter

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