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View Tree for Edward SWANEdward SWAN (b. Abt. 1795, d. Bef. 1900)

Edward SWAN (son of Possibly Edward Swann and Possibley Rebecca)5784 was born Abt. 1795 in Ireland5785, 5785, 5786, 5787, 5788, and died Bef. 19005789, 5790. He married (1) Mary Elizabeth Edward Swann Wife on Abt. 1815 in Pendleton District-, SC5791, 5792, 5793. He married (2) Hannah MCCOLLUM on 1830 in Campbell county, GA5794, 5795, 5796. He married (3) Avaline Hodges on January 14, 18595797, 5798, 5799.

 Includes NotesNotes for Edward SWAN:
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with the frontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Born in
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836 where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of
Edward from a previous marriage around 1815 because Edward already had a
family as shown by the 1830 Campbell County census when he married Hannah
McCollum in 1830.
The 1830 Campbell County, GA census shows Edward Swann household with
Hannah and 7 children: 2 M 0/5, 2 M 5/10, 1 M 30/40, 1F 0/5, 1 F 5/10, 1
F 10/15, 1F 20/30. The oldest girl 10/15 probably is Edward's since we
know that Hannah was previously married to William Goddard on
10/15/1822. William Leroy Swann would fit one of the males 5/10 being he
was 10 years old. Francis would fit in the 0/5 category since he gives
his ageas 24 on the 1850 Blount County census as well as being born in
Georgia. William Leroy Swann also fits the 1 male 20/30 years of age in
Edward's household in the 1840 Blount census.[Lewis-o.FBK]
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with thefrontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Bornin
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of
[2491280.FTW]

REFN: 2995
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with the frontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Born in
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836 where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of
Edward from a previous marriage around 1815 because Edward already had a
family as shown by the 1830 Campbell County census when he married Hannah
McCollum in 1830.
The 1830 Campbell County, GA census shows Edward Swann household with
Hannah and 7 children: 2 M 0/5, 2 M 5/10, 1 M 30/40, 1F 0/5, 1 F 5/10, 1
F 10/15, 1F 20/30. The oldest girl 10/15 probably is Edward's since we
know that Hannah was previously married to William Goddard on
10/15/1822. William Leroy Swann would fit one of the males 5/10 being he
was 10 years old. Francis would fit in the 0/5 category since he gives
his ageas 24 on the 1850 Blount County census as well as being born in
Georgia. William Leroy Swann also fits the 1 male 20/30 years of age in
Edward's household in the 1840 Blount census.[Lewis-o.FBK]
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with thefrontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Bornin
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of[tree.FTW]

Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with the frontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Born in
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836 where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of
Edward from a previous marriage around 1815 because Edward already had a
family as shown by the 1830 Campbell County census when he married Hannah
McCollum in 1830.
The 1830 Campbell County, GA census shows Edward Swann household with
Hannah and 7 children: 2 M 0/5, 2 M 5/10, 1 M 30/40, 1F 0/5, 1 F 5/10, 1
F 10/15, 1F 20/30. The oldest girl 10/15 probably is Edward's since we
know that Hannah was previously married to William Goddard on
10/15/1822. William Leroy Swann would fit one of the males 5/10 being he
was 10 years old. Francis would fit in the 0/5 category since he gives
his ageas 24 on the 1850 Blount County census as well as being born in
Georgia. William Leroy Swann also fits the 1 male 20/30 years of age in
Edward's household in the 1840 Blount census.[Lewis-o.FBK]
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with thefrontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Bornin
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of
[2491280.FTW]

REFN: 2995
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with the frontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Born in
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836 where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of
Edward from a previous marriage around 1815 because Edward already had a
family as shown by the 1830 Campbell County census when he married Hannah
McCollum in 1830.
The 1830 Campbell County, GA census shows Edward Swann household with
Hannah and 7 children: 2 M 0/5, 2 M 5/10, 1 M 30/40, 1F 0/5, 1 F 5/10, 1
F 10/15, 1F 20/30. The oldest girl 10/15 probably is Edward's since we
know that Hannah was previously married to William Goddard on
10/15/1822. William Leroy Swann would fit one of the males 5/10 being he
was 10 years old. Francis would fit in the 0/5 category since he gives
his ageas 24 on the 1850 Blount County census as well as being born in
Georgia. William Leroy Swann also fits the 1 male 20/30 years of age in
Edward's household in the 1840 Blount census.[Lewis-o.FBK]
Edward Swann is believed to have been born in 1795. There is evidence to
indicate Edward immigrated to the United States around 1810. Evidence
suggests that he married around 1815 in Pendleton District of South
Carolina. Pendleton District, SC existed from 1798 to 1818, it is now
present day counties of Oconee, Pickens and Anderson. Edward bought land
in adjoining Franklin County, GA in 1816 showing up on the Franklin tax
lists of 1818. Both the western frontier and Indian lands bordered
Franklin County at that time indicating that Edward was migrating west
with thefrontier.
Edward married Hannah McCollum in 1830 in Campbell County, GA. Bornin
Georgia were John, Edward K., Jacob; later born in Alabama was Martha,
George W., Nancy, Jeremiah (Jerrie). Campbell County had only recently
been formed in 1828 from Indian lands. By 1836, all of the remaining
Indian lands were given up in west Georgia and east Alabama opening the
way to Blount County, Alabama for westward expansion of settlers from
Georgia. Edward moved his family by covered wagon from Georgia to Blount
County, Alabama at that time. He made his first recorded land purchase
at Huntsville Land Office in 1836where he bought 40 acres for the sum of
One daollar and 25 cents an acre.
Edward Swann was a farmer. His land in Blount County was bordered by
land owned by Francis Swann, William Swann and Josiah McCollum. William
Swann is identified on the 1850 census as William Leroy Swann. Both
Francis, born 1826 and William, born 1819, are believed to be sons of

More About Edward SWAN:
Ancestral File Number: 1DGG-QJB.5800
Census 1: 1830, Campbell County, GA.5801, 5802, 5803
Census 2: 1840, Blount County, AL.5804, 5805, 5806
Occupation: Farmer.5807, 5808, 5809
Record Change 1: March 07, 20035809
Record Change 2: March 23, 20035810, 5811
Residence 1: Bet. 1830 - 1835, Georgia.5812, 5813, 5814
Residence 2: 1836, Alabama.5815, 5816, 5817
Unknown-Begin 1: 1836, 40 acres from Huntsville Land Office, AL.5818, 5819, 5820
Unknown-Begin 2: Bet. 1836 - March 01 1858, Blount County, AL.5821, 5822, 5823

More About Edward SWAN and Mary Elizabeth Edward Swann Wife:
Marriage: Abt. 1815, Pendleton District-, SC.5824, 5825, 5826

More About Edward SWAN and Hannah MCCOLLUM:
Marriage: 1830, Campbell county, GA.5827, 5828, 5829

More About Edward SWAN and Avaline Hodges:
Marriage: January 14, 18595830, 5831, 5832

Children of Edward SWAN and Mary Elizabeth Edward Swann Wife are:
  1. Elizabeth Swan, b. Bet. 1814 - 18285832, 5833, d. Bet. November 28, 1842 - January 30, 1844, Alabama5834, 5835.
  2. Rebecca Swan, b. Abt. 1816, South Carolina5836, 5837, 5838, 5839, 5840, 5841, d. Bet. 1858 - 1859, Blount County, AL5842, 5842, 5843, 5844.
  3. William Leroy Swan, b. 18195845, 5845, 5846, 5847, d. 18855848, 5849, 5849, 5850, 5851.
  4. Francis Marion Swan, b. 18265852, 5852, 5853, 5854, d. date unknown.

Children of Edward SWAN and Hannah MCCOLLUM are:
  1. +George Washington SWAN, b. January 05, 1840, ,Blount, Al5854, d. March 05, 1919, ,Blount, Al5854.
  2. John SWANN, b. 1830, Georgia5855, 5856, 5857, 5858, 5859, d. Aft. 18505860, 5860, 5861, 5862.
  3. Edward K, b. 1832, Georgia5862, d. July 1863, Trenton-Phillips,AR5862.
  4. Jacob, b. 1835, Georgia5862, d. date unknown.
  5. Martha, b. 1838, Alabama5862, d. date unknown.
  6. Nancy, b. 1842, Alabama5862, d. date unknown.
  7. Jeremiah, b. 1845, Alabama5862, d. date unknown.
  8. Edward K. Swann, b. 1832, Georgia5863, 5864, 5864, 5865, 5866, d. July 14, 1863, Trenton-Phillips, AR5867, 5867, 5868, 5869.
  9. Jacob Swann, b. 1835, Georgia5870, 5871, 5872, 5873, 5874, d. date unknown.
  10. Martha Swann, b. 1838, Alabama5875, 5876, 5877, 5878, 5879, d. date unknown.
  11. Nancy Swann, b. 1842, Alabama5880, 5881, 5881, 5882, 5883, d. date unknown.
  12. Jeremiah Swann, b. 1845, Alabama5884, 5885, 5886, 5887, d. date unknown.

Children of Edward SWAN and Avaline Hodges are:
  1. Micajah Swann, b. Abt. 18575888, 5888, 5889, 5890, d. date unknown.
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