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campbell2u (#47100025)
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Bio Photo Please feel free to use any photos I have posted. I'm happy to release control of any memorial I have posted...just let me know. I know I've made plenty of mistakes with entries so just notify me with any corrections.
I hope I can improve my picture taking. My shadows are in quite a few photos as well as a foot or two. I'm working on it.
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Kathy Spencer
Widmer Headstone
Thank you for taking the time to get the Widmer
headstone for me! I really appreciate it.
I would like to use your picture in my Ancestry tree if thats ok.

Thank you,
Kathy S
Added by Kathy Spencer on Nov 16, 2014 9:02 PM
Dan Oh
david swayne
Morning Republican
August 30, 1898

At the home of his son, at Leonard, in West Marlborough, yesterday morning, David C. Swayne, who for a long time had been one of the best known Prohibitionists of the old school in Chester county, died at the age of sixty-seven years. He was a man of pure and upright character, and exemplary habits. Being a consistent Friend, he was a regular attendant at the meetings of the society, and he seldom missed a session of the Yearly Meeting.

Only a short time ago he was in West Chester, and at the recent meeting in Kennett Square- the mass meeting at which Rev. Silas Swallow spoke, Mr. Swayne was among the prominent men in attendance. He was noteworthy as never shirking his responsibility, but he was always willing to carry a petition, announce a meeting, or do anything else in reason for the cause which he advocated.

Ibid:
August 31, 1898
SWAYNE- In West Marlborough, on Eight-month 29th, David C. Swayne, in the 67th year of his age.
Added by Dan Oh on Nov 13, 2014 12:53 PM
Dan Oh
Swayne
I've sent the following to the owner of the findagrave entry at London Grove Meeting. I'm not family:

Daily Local News
June 11, 1912

Jacob Swayne, a venerable resident of Willow Street, this borough, died yesterday at the home of his daughter. He was 78 years of age and was born near Willowdale. He married Sarah Stubbs, of Lancaster and York County for several years. He and his wife came to this borough five years ago and the latter died about this time last year. The children of the pair are: Enoch P. Swayne, of Chadds' Ford; Mary E., wife of Wilmer Cope, of Lincoln University; Townsend J., of Camden, N.J., and Emaline D., wife of Warren Swayne, of this borough. Calvin, another son, died several years ago. The deceased was a member of the Society of Friends and one of the heads of the State Street Meeting. He was an excellent mechanic, and a man of exemplary life, industrious and honorable in his dealing with his fellows.

Daily Local News
June 25, 1911

Death terminated the long weeks of suffering of Sarah H. Swayne, wife of Jacob Swayne, of Kennett Square, at 5 o'clock last evening. Advanced in years and afflicted from a broken hip bone and other troubles, during twenty-one weeks, her passing from this life was a longed-for event to the sufferer.

She was a daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Stubbs, of Lancaster county,, where she was born in 1830. She married Jacob Swayne, of Willowdale, this County, fifty-four years ago, and had lived in Delta, York County; Brick Meting House, Maryland, and in Oxford during her life. Four years ago the couple went to Kennett Square and had since made their home in that place.

Her husband and the following children survive: Enoch P. Swayne, Chadd's Ford; Mary E., wife of Wilmer Cope, Lincoln University; Townsend J., of Camden, N.J.; Emaline D., wife of C. Warren Swayne, of Kennett Square; Calvin I. Swayne, who died several years ago, was a son.

Mrs. Swayne was a member of a large family, two of whom only are now living, and they are Emeline S. Passmore, of West Chester, and Dr. Henry P. Stubbs, of Wilmington, Del. Those who have passed away are Vincent G., Albert, Daniel and Thomas, of Delta, York County, and Dr. Joseph Stubbs, of London Grove, brothers and Mary, a sister, who died in young womanhood.

The life of the deceased was one of service and thoughtfulness for others, and her ministry entered all classes. It is said that in her former home in Maryland there was scarcely a house within a radius of ten miles where her helpfulness had not been known. She was uncomplaining and patient throughout her long illness and had wont the rest of the faithful.

Ibid:
SWAYNE- In Kennett Square, on 7th Day, 6th mo. 24, Sarah H., wife of Jacob Swayne, in the 81st year of her age.

Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral without further notice from the residence of her son-in-law, C. Warren Swayne, on Willow street, Kennett Square, on Fourth-day, 6th mo. 28th. Services 10:30 to 11:30. Services at London Grove Meeting House at 2:30 p.m.


Added by Dan Oh on Nov 13, 2014 12:35 PM
Carrie and Allen
Charles Myers photo
Thanks so much for taking this photo for me, I really appreciate it!
Added by Carrie and Allen on Nov 09, 2014 11:37 PM
Kathy Mesa
Gunter
Thank you for the grave photo!
Added by Kathy Mesa on Nov 07, 2014 10:27 AM
Kathy Mesa
Maggie Pierce
Thank you for the grave photo!
Added by Kathy Mesa on Nov 07, 2014 10:26 AM
janicet
Gray headstone photo
thanks so much for the photo of our Arthur and wife Elizabeth!
Added by janicet on Nov 03, 2014 3:30 PM
betty reese
Clifton Burnet
Thanks so much for taking the photo of Clifton's tomstone.

It is greatly appreciated.
Betty
Added by betty reese on Nov 03, 2014 4:49 AM
mortul vivos docent
Re: Joseph & Julia Freshment
Thanks for the wonderful gravemarker photos. I appreciate your taking the time to answer my request so promptly
Added by mortul vivos docent on Nov 02, 2014 8:26 PM
GrammaL
Carl & Emma Johnston
Wow! Thanks for the fast posting of Carl and Emma's stone. I REALLY appreciate it!
Beth
Added by GrammaL on Nov 02, 2014 5:54 AM
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