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Published Swearingen Books

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Swearingen books

Chris H. Bailey (View posts)
Posted: 16 Apr 2001 9:37PM GMT
Hi Frank. I would say that Karel Whyte's book is probably the most relevant to your Swearingen lines. Although the H. H. Swearingen books (1884, 1894) are historically interesting, everything in them and much more are contained in Whyte's book. The Lola Thoroughman book is not worth persuing as it is so bad. The others probably have little on your line that is not covered in Whyte. I am a Stull, not a Swearingen descendant, thus my only interest in Swearingens are those who descend from Catherine Stull who married John Swearingen and Susanna Stull who married Charles Swearingen, son of Van Swearingen & Elizabeth Walker. Hence my own book carries only the descendants of those two lines and would not cover any of your lines. Good luck.
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Chris H. Bailey 10 Apr 2001 5:24AM GMT 
gmathis_1 14 Apr 2001 6:33PM GMT 
Cindy Wade 11 Feb 2002 5:59AM GMT 
gmathis_1 14 Apr 2001 6:40PM GMT 
ClaireD53 17 Apr 2002 8:56PM GMT 
gmathis_1 21 Apr 2002 3:26PM GMT 
Leah 23 Jul 2002 3:12AM GMT 
Roben 12 Apr 2003 3:04AM GMT 
Frank Willis 16 Apr 2001 11:56PM GMT 
Chris H. Bailey 17 Apr 2001 3:37AM GMT 
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