John Burky

M, b. 9 July 1846, d. 7 January 1918

Child of John Burky and Edith Kelso

William Swayne Sr.

M, d. 1693
  • William Swayne Sr. died in 1693.
     From Ockingham (Wockingham or Oakingham) in the parish of Bienfield, liberty of Wilts, Berkshire, England.
History of the Harlan Family - The Swayne Family
William Swayne biography from Two-hundredth anniversary of the founding of London Grove Meeting. William Swayne Sr. left a will on 13 January 1692 Copy of Will of William Swayne, Father of Francis: In the name of God Amen, the 13th day of January in the year of our Lord God 1692 and in the 4th year of the Reigns of King William and Queen Mary: I William Swayne of Ockingham in the County of Wilts yeoman, being in a perfect memory & rite in mind, thanks be to Almighty God for it, I therefore do make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form as followeth: that's to say first: I commend my soul to God who gave it & my body to the grave to be decently entrd in the Ch. yard of Bienfield in hope & expectation of a comfortable resurrection. Item, I give to my daughter Judith Broine al that house and
piddle of ground called the Harpe bein, Beinfield, and to her Heirs of her body & for want of such issue, to William Swayne Son of my Son Francis Swayne & his heirs forever, and I give to my dafter Judith forty pounds
in money to be paid to her as I shall further express, and I give unto my Son William Swayne all my house & lands lying in Wockingham in the liberty of Wilts paying my
dafter Judith the forty pounds within twelve months after my decease & if he does not pay the money my mind and will is she shall have the Close, called Miller Close, and if my son William Swayne shall have no Heirs then my will is after he and his wife decease the
s'd house and land shall go to my Son Francis Swayne & his Heirs forever, but if William Swayne has heirs lawfully begotten it is to remain to them forever. Item: I give to my Son Francis Swayne all that House and Land
and the store in the Common Field of Bienfield call'd or known by Taylor's Land by the wayside going to Bienfield Church and to his heirs and assigns forever, and I make him my full and whole executor of all my goods,
cattle corn or anything that I shall be then possest of, only twenty shillings given to his Son William & my funeral charges and other debts being paid. Thus humbly submitting myself to the good hand and pleasure of God
praying Him for all his benefits, I publish & declare this to be my last Will and Testament & hereunto I set my hand & seal the day & year first above written.
Witness William Swayne
John Beatte
Thomas Vickeyer
Robert Grening.

Children of William Swayne Sr.

William Swayne

M
Father*William Swayne Sr. d. 1693

Judith Swayne

F
Father*William Swayne Sr. d. 1693

William Swayne

M, b. 30 January 1689, d. 9 November 1735
William Swayne signature 1742
Father*Francis Swayne b. 19 Feb 1665, d. 30 Sep 1721
Mother*Elizabeth Milton b. 19 Feb 1668, d. c Feb 1742
  • William Swayne was born on 30 January 1689 at Bienfield, Berkshire, England, also reported as 30 Mar 1689.
  • He was the son of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton.
  • William Swayne married Elizabeth Dell on 29 July 1720.
  • William Swayne witnessed the marriage of Sarah Fincher and Edward Swayne on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania.
  • William Swayne died on 9 November 1735 at Chester, Pennsylvania, at age 46.
  • His estate was probated on 29 December 1735 at Chester, Pennsylvania.
     William, on 7th mo. 29, 1720, at the age of thirty-two, married Elizabeth Dell, daughter of Thomas and Mary, of Ridley, now Delaware County. He died in 1735, at the age of forty seven. Elizabeth died in 1743. Their children were,— 1. William (2), b. 4, 11, 1721; m. 10, 1, 1743, Ann Pusey, daughter of Caleb and Prudence, of East Marlborough; died 9, 8, 1785. Ann, born 4, 2, 1723; died 8, 27, 1802. 2. Francis, b. 12, 18, 1722; m. 3, 18, 1748, Betty Baily, daughter of Joel, of West Marlborough. Betty, born 1, 8, 1728; died-----. 3. John, b. 8, 27, 1724; d. 2, 28, 1755, unmarried. 4. Thomas, b. 9, 19, 1726; m. 3, 18, 1749, Mary Sharpless, daughter of John, of Ridley; d. 12, 23, 1792. 5. Mary, b. 3, 29, 1728; m. 4, 15, 1748, Thomas Pusey, son of Caleb and Prudence, of East Marlborough. She died 4, 18, 1802. 6. Elizabeth, b. 8, 22, 1729; m. 2, 11, 1751, Israel Howell, son of Evan, of Edgmont. She died 4, 29, 1757. 7. Samuel, b. 12, 13, 1730; m. 6, 16, 1756, Hannah Hayes, daughter of William and Jane, of East Marlborough; d. 7, 25, 1808. Hannah, b. 1, 1, 1736; d. 9, 13, 1799. 8. Joseph, b. 6, 22, 1732; died in infancy. 9. Ann, b. 3,— , 1735; m. 4, 10, 1754, George Webb, of Kennet, son of Daniel. She died 4, 24, 1764.
History of the Harlan Family - The Swayne Family
History of Chester County, Pennsylvania - William Swayne - page 732
William Swayne biography from Two-hundredth anniversary of the founding of London Grove Meeting.
William Swayne biography from Two-hundredth anniversary of the founding of London Grove Meeting 1980
Circa 1704 became Friends (Quakers). William Swayne immigrated on 15 September 1708 to Bristol, England to, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, traveled alone; parents and siblings came 1.5 years later. In Francis Swayne's will dated 15 February 1721 at Chester, Pennsylvania, William Swayne was named as an heir.

Children of William Swayne and Elizabeth Dell

Francis Swayne Jr.

M, b. 9 February 1697, d. 1751
Father*Francis Swayne b. 19 Feb 1665, d. 30 Sep 1721
Mother*Elizabeth Milton b. 19 Feb 1668, d. c Feb 1742
  • Francis Swayne Jr. was born on 9 February 1697 at East Hampstead, Berkshire, England, also reported as 18 Apr 1697.
  • He was the son of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton.
  • Francis Swayne Jr. married Hester Dicks on 10 April 1724.
  • Francis Swayne Jr. witnessed the marriage of Sarah Fincher and Edward Swayne on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania.
  • Francis Swayne Jr. died in 1751 at Chester, Pennsylvania.
     Francis Swayne, son of Francis and Elizabeth, was born in East Hampstead, Berkshire, England, came to America in 1710, married, 4th mo. 10, 1724, Hester Dicks, daughter of Peter, of Providence, (now) Delaware Co; date of death unknown. They resided in West Caln. Their children were John, who died unmarried, Joshua, Caleb, Sarah, Deborah, and Ann. Of these, Joshua (1) married, about the year 1748, Phebe St. Clair, daughter of William and Phebe. They
resided in West Caln, where they both died in 1760. Their children— Samuel, Susannah, John, Joshua (2), and Esther— were born between the years 1749 and 1758, in West Caln. In Francis Swayne's will dated 15 February 1721 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Francis Swayne Jr. was named as an heir. He witnessed the will of Edward Swayne on 16 June 1775 at East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania; SWAYNE, EDWARD. East Marlborough. June 16, 1775. May 11, 1776. To wife Sarah plantation whereon I now dwell during life and at her decease to be sold, also all household goods. To son Edward 5 shillings. To son Jonathan £20. To daughters Jane Calvert and Hannah Yarnall 5 shillings each. To son Jesse £45. To daughter Sarah England £5. To son Robert £45. To daughter Elizabeth Ailes £25. To daughter Martha Swayne £30. Remainder to 3 daughters Sarah, Elizabeth and Martha. Executor: Friend William Swayne.
Wit: Jesse Miller, Frs. Swayne.

Elizabeth Swayne

F, b. 8 May 1692
Father*Francis Swayne b. 19 Feb 1665, d. 30 Sep 1721
Mother*Elizabeth Milton b. 19 Feb 1668, d. c Feb 1742
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name1715As of 1715,her married name was Barnard.
  • Elizabeth Swayne was born on 8 May 1692 at Berkshire, Berkhamstead, England.
  • She was the daughter of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton.
  • Elizabeth Swayne married Thomas Barnard in 1715.
  • Elizabeth Swayne witnessed the marriage of Sarah Fincher and Edward Swayne on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania.
     Elizabeth Swayne had zero children. Elizabeth Swayne, daughter of Francis and Elizabeth, was born in East
Hampstead, Berkshire, England, came to America in 1710 with the family, married
Thomas Barnard, son of Richard, died without issue.

Jane Swayne

F, b. 28 March 1698
Father*Francis Swayne b. 19 Feb 1665, d. 30 Sep 1721
Mother*Elizabeth Milton b. 19 Feb 1668, d. c Feb 1742
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name4 May 1719As of 4 May 1719,her married name was Jackson.
  • Jane Swayne was born on 28 March 1698 at East Hampstead, Berkshire, England, also reported as 29 May 1698.
  • She was the daughter of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton.
  • Jane Swayne married John Jackson on 4 May 1719.
     Jane Swayne, daughter of Francis and Elizabeth, came to America with the
family, 1710, married, 3, 4, 1719, John Jackson, son of Ephraim and Rachel, of
Edgmont. They had one daughter, Elizabeth, who married John Wilson, of East
Marlborough, in the year 1741, 10th mo. 24th. In Francis Swayne's will dated 15 February 1721 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Jane Swayne was named as an heir.

Sarah Swayne

F, b. 26 August 1700, d. 1776
Father*Francis Swayne b. 19 Feb 1665, d. 30 Sep 1721
Mother*Elizabeth Milton b. 19 Feb 1668, d. c Feb 1742
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name5 October 1722As of 5 October 1722,her married name was Lamborn.
  • Sarah Swayne was born on 26 August 1700 at East Hampstead, Berkshire, England.
  • She was the daughter of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton.
  • Sarah Swayne married Robert Lamborn on 5 October 1722 at Quaker London Grove meeting, London Grove, Chester, Pennsylvania.
  • Sarah Swayne died in 1776.
     Sarah Swayne, daughter of Francis and Elizabeth, born in England, came to America in 1710 with the family, married, 8, 5, 1722, Robert Lamborn, son of Josiah and Ann, of Berkshire, England. They settled about half a mile west of where Londongrove meeting-house now stands. It is related of Robert that he and young Francis Swayne were devotedly attached to each other in England, and that when the Swaynes came to America, Robert, not being able to content himself without his friend, determined to follow him. His father endeavored to dissuade him at first, but, seeing he was determined, paid his passage to America. He landed at Philadelphia, not knowing where the Swaynes lived, but while walking along the streets, unresolved yet what to do to find them, he espied old Francis Swayne; following him at a distance, he at last saw him enter a house, and, not
daring to follow him in, remained at the door till the old man came out again, who, on seeing him, exclaimed, good-humoredly, "Why, Bob! what brought thee here?" Francis knowing that he would have to take care of him, brought him home behind him on horseback, and when within a short distance of his house he left Robert under a tree and proceeded home. He then directed his son Francis to go to the place where he had left Robert, not telling him what for, but to go there. He went, and to his surprise there met his friend, whom he had supposed was yet in England. That their mutual surprise and joy was great we cannot doubt. They repaired to the house, and young Lamborn afterwards married his friend’s sister. In Francis Swayne's will dated 15 February 1721 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Sarah Swayne was named as an heir.

Child of Sarah Swayne and Robert Lamborn

John Jackson

M, b. 26 March 1697

Elizabeth Dell

F, b. 1 June 1697, d. 1743
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name29 July 1720As of 29 July 1720,her married name was Swayne.

Children of Elizabeth Dell and William Swayne

Thomas Barnard

M

Hester Dicks

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationHester Dicks was also known as Dix.
Name VariationHester Dicks was also known as Esther.
Married Name10 April 1724As of 10 April 1724,her married name was Swayne.

Robert Lamborn

M, b. 1697, d. 1775
  • Robert Lamborn was born in 1697 at England.
  • He married Sarah Swayne, daughter of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton, on 5 October 1722 at Quaker London Grove meeting, London Grove, Chester, Pennsylvania.
  • Robert Lamborn died in 1775 at Pennsylvania.
     Sarah Swayne, daughter of Francis and Elizabeth, born in England, came to America in 1710 with the family, married, 8, 5, 1722, Robert Lamborn, son of Josiah and Ann, of Berkshire, England. They settled about half a mile west of where Londongrove meeting-house now stands. It is related of Robert that he and young Francis Swayne were devotedly attached to each other in England, and that when the Swaynes came to America, Robert, not being able to content himself without his friend, determined to follow him. His father endeavored to dissuade him at first, but, seeing he was determined, paid his passage to America. He landed at Philadelphia, not knowing where the Swaynes lived, but while walking along the streets, unresolved yet what to do to find them, he espied old Francis Swayne; following him at a distance, he at last saw him enter a house, and, not
daring to follow him in, remained at the door till the old man came out again, who, on seeing him, exclaimed, good-humoredly, "Why, Bob! what brought thee here?" Francis knowing that he would have to take care of him, brought him home behind him on horseback, and when within a short distance of his house he left Robert under a tree and proceeded home. He then directed his son Francis to go to the place where he had left Robert, not telling him what for, but to go there. He went, and to his surprise there met his friend, whom he had supposed was yet in England. That their mutual surprise and joy was great we cannot doubt. They repaired to the house, and young Lamborn afterwards married his friend’s sister.

Child of Robert Lamborn and Sarah Swayne

Francis Fincher

M, b. 1626, d. 1 August 1684
  • Francis Fincher was born in 1626 at England.
  • He married Mary Achelly on 3 June 1678 at Quaker Monthly Meeting of Worcestershire, Worcester, England.
    Marriage of Francis Fincher and Mary Achelly 03 June 1678 at Monthly Meeting of Worcestershire, England
  • Francis Fincher was buried in August 1684 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • He died on 1 August 1684 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US Quaker Periodicals - death of Francis Fincher - Aug 1684.
    US Quaker Periodicals - death of Francis Fincher - Aug 1684
     Francis FINCHER, from Worcester, England, was an early settler in Pennsylvania. Francis Fincher immigrated in 1683 to from Worcester, England to, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, first Quaker meeting in Philadelphia was 14 Mar 1683.
Francis Fincher certificate on transfer read at Quaker Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, PA 14 May 1683

Children of Francis Fincher and Mary Achelly

Elinor Norman

F, b. 1673, d. 1726
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namebefore 1696As of before 1696,her married name was Cook.
Married Name1714As of 1714,her married name was Fincher.

Child of Elinor Norman and Peter Cook

Peter Cook

M, d. circa 1713
  • Peter Cook was born at England.
  • He married Elinor Norman before 1696 at England.
  • Peter Cook died circa 1713 on voyage to America, or shortly after arriving.

Child of Peter Cook and Elinor Norman

Elizabeth Fincher

F, b. circa 1700, d. before 1730
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name2 September 1722As of 2 September 1722,her married name was Cox.
  • Elizabeth Fincher was born circa 1700.
  • She was the daughter of John Fincher and Martha Taylor.
  • Elizabeth Fincher married Thomas Cox on 2 September 1722.
  • Elizabeth Fincher died before 1730.

Thomas Cox

M, b. circa 1700

Rebecca Fincher

F, b. 6 September 1708
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Bennett.
     In Mary Fincher's will dated 9 May 1730 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Rebecca Fincher was named as an heir; Newlin, Mary. A.319. To grandson in law Nathan son of Nathaniel Newlin £5. To Sarah daughter of John Newlin £5. To Mary daughter of Ellis Lewis £5. To Mary Everson £5. To granddaughter in law Mary Baily £5. To kinswoman Hannah Shewin £3 and the remainder of her time to my father. To sisters Rebecca Bennet and Sarah Swain all wearing apparel. Remainder to father and brothers Jonathan and John Fincher and sisters Rebecca Bennet and Sarah Swain and to my sister Elizabeth Cox's 3 children. Executors: father John Fincher and brother Francis Fincher. In John Fincher's will dated 5 April 1746 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Rebecca Fincher was named as an heir; John Fincher of Londongrove. 4/5/1746. November 24, 1747. B. 240. To son Jonathan 5 shilling. To son Francis £20. To daughter Rebecca Bennett £30. To daughter Sarah Swain £30. To Thomas Cox living over the Susquehanna £5 for the use of his daughter Rebecca wife of James Fraiser. To Mary eldest daughter of son Jonathan when of age. Remainder to sons Francis and John. Executors: friends Joshua Pusey and Nath. Pennock and Joshua Johnson, overseers. Witnesses: Moses Pyle, Joseph Pennock Jr.

Joseph Bennett

M, b. circa 1708

Jonathan Fincher

M, b. circa 1700
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713
  • Jonathan Fincher was born circa 1700.
  • He was the son of John Fincher and Martha Taylor.
  • Jonathan Fincher married Deborah Dicks on 29 April 1726 at London Grove Meeting, Chester, Pennsylvania, Quaker.
     In John Fincher's will dated 5 April 1746 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Jonathan Fincher was named as an heir; John Fincher of Londongrove. 4/5/1746. November 24, 1747. B. 240. To son Jonathan 5 shilling. To son Francis £20. To daughter Rebecca Bennett £30. To daughter Sarah Swain £30. To Thomas Cox living over the Susquehanna £5 for the use of his daughter Rebecca wife of James Fraiser. To Mary eldest daughter of son Jonathan when of age. Remainder to sons Francis and John. Executors: friends Joshua Pusey and Nath. Pennock and Joshua Johnson, overseers. Witnesses: Moses Pyle, Joseph Pennock Jr.

Deborah Dicks

F, b. 1691, d. 1731
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name29 April 1726As of 29 April 1726,her married name was Fincher.

Mary Fincher

F, b. circa 1709
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name17 February 1729As of 17 February 1729,her married name was Newlin.
     Mary Fincher left a will on 9 May 1730 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Newlin, Mary. A.319. To grandson in law Nathan son of Nathaniel Newlin £5. To Sarah daughter of John Newlin £5. To Mary daughter of Ellis Lewis £5. To Mary Everson £5. To granddaughter in law Mary Baily £5. To kinswoman Hannah Shewin £3 and the remainder of her time to my father. To sisters Rebecca Bennet and Sarah Swain all wearing apparel. Remainder to father and brothers Jonathan and John Fincher and sisters Rebecca Bennet and Sarah Swain and to my sister Elizabeth Cox's 3 children. Executors: father John Fincher and brother Francis Fincher.

Nathaniel Newlin

M, b. 1665
Father*(?) Newlin d. b Aug 1714
Mother*Elizabeth (?) d. c 1717

Francis Fincher

M
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713
     In Mary Fincher's will dated 9 May 1730 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Francis Fincher was named as executor; Newlin, Mary. A.319. To grandson in law Nathan son of Nathaniel Newlin £5. To Sarah daughter of John Newlin £5. To Mary daughter of Ellis Lewis £5. To Mary Everson £5. To granddaughter in law Mary Baily £5. To kinswoman Hannah Shewin £3 and the remainder of her time to my father. To sisters Rebecca Bennet and Sarah Swain all wearing apparel. Remainder to father and brothers Jonathan and John Fincher and sisters Rebecca Bennet and Sarah Swain and to my sister Elizabeth Cox's 3 children. Executors: father John Fincher and brother Francis Fincher. In John Fincher's will dated 5 April 1746 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Francis Fincher was named as an heir; John Fincher of Londongrove. 4/5/1746. November 24, 1747. B. 240. To son Jonathan 5 shilling. To son Francis £20. To daughter Rebecca Bennett £30. To daughter Sarah Swain £30. To Thomas Cox living over the Susquehanna £5 for the use of his daughter Rebecca wife of James Fraiser. To Mary eldest daughter of son Jonathan when of age. Remainder to sons Francis and John. Executors: friends Joshua Pusey and Nath. Pennock and Joshua Johnson, overseers. Witnesses: Moses Pyle, Joseph Pennock Jr.

Hannah Shewin

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name30 April 1731As of 30 April 1731,her married name was Fincher.

John Fincher

M, b. 1706
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713
     At Berks, Pennslyvania, Quaker Meeting Records - John Fincher family birth-marriage-death.
Quaker Meeting Records - John Fincher family birth-marriage-death - Berks, PA
Quaker Meeting Records - John Fincher family birth-marriage-death - Berks, PA - page 2

Child of John Fincher and Jane McNab

Jane McNab

F, d. 9 August 1763
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Fincher.

Child of Jane McNab and John Fincher

Alfred Samuel Simon

M, b. 8 January 1837, d. 18 February 1899

Child of Alfred Samuel Simon and Silvina Ellen Milliron