Edward Swayne

M, b. 20 November 1702, d. 24 April 1776
Edward Swayne signature 1742
Edward Swayne signature 1775
     Edward Swayne was born on 20 November 1702 at East Hampstead, Berkshire, England, also reported as 20 Nov 1703. He was the son of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton. Edward Swayne married Sarah Fincher, daughter of John Fincher and Martha Taylor, on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania.
Marriage of Edward Swaine (Swayne) and Sarah Fincher - 25 Feb 1728 Quaker New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester, PA
Edward Swayne died on 24 April 1776 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania, at age 73.
     EDWARD SWAYNE, born in England 11.20.1702, died 4.24.1776, son of Francis Swayne & Elizabeth Milton, married at New Garden Mtg 2.25.1728 Sarah Fincher, born 1708, died 11th mo 1804, daughter of John Fincher & Martha Taylor of London Grove. Edward is on the lists of East Marlborough taxable from 1766 to 1774 as owner of acres, horses, cattle and sheep. Although he lived to be 74, Sarah survived him 28 years, dying at the age of about 96, having outlived nearly all the third generation of Swaynes. She was probably the last one laid to rest in the family burying ground. Edward Swayne, third son of Francis and Elizabeth, was born in East Hampstead, Berkshire, England, in the year 1703, came to America with the family in 1710, married, 2d mo. 25, 1728, Sarah Fincher, daughter of John, of Londongrove. They lived on part of the original purchase made by his father,
which they inherited from him. Edward died 4, 24, 1776, aged about seventy-three
years; Sarah died 11th mo., 1804, in her ninety-sixth year. She was the last one
buried in the family burying-ground. The children of Edward and Sarah were Edward, Jonathan, Isaac, Jesse, Robert, Jane, Hannah, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Martha. History of the Harlan Family - The Swayne Family.
History of the Harlan Family - The Swayne Family
He and Francis Swayne immigrated in 1710 to England to America. In Francis Swayne's will dated 15 February 1721 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Edward Swayne was named as an heir. He was the executor of Elizabeth Milton's estate on 3 March 1743 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Probate of Elizabeth Swayne - executors William and Edward Swayne. Edward Swayne witnessed the marriage of Catharine Haydon and Edward Swayne on 26 April 1753 at New Garden Monthly Meeting (Quaker), Chester, Pennsylvania. Edward Swayne was the executor of Joseph Mercer's estate on 13 December 1758 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Probate of Joseph Mercer estate - Jane Mercer rights to father. Edward Swayne left a will 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.
Will of Edward Swayne 16 Jun 1775 - page 1
Will of Edward Swayne 16 Jun 1775 - page 2
Father*Francis Swayne b. 19 Feb 1665, d. 30 Sep 1721
Mother*Elizabeth Milton d. c Feb 1742

Children of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher

Sarah Fincher

F, b. 1708, d. 1 November 1804
     Sarah Fincher was born in 1708 at London Grove, New Garden Township, Chester, Pennslyvania. She was the daughter of John Fincher and Martha Taylor. Sarah Fincher married Edward Swayne, son of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton, on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania.
Marriage of Edward Swaine (Swayne) and Sarah Fincher - 25 Feb 1728 Quaker New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester, PA
Sarah Fincher died on 1 November 1804 at New Garden Township, Chester, Pennslyvania.
     As of 25 February 1728,her married name was Swayne. In John Fincher's will dated 5 April 1746 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Sarah 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. She witnessed the marriage of Catharine Haydon and Edward Swayne on 26 April 1753 at New Garden Monthly Meeting (Quaker), Chester, Pennsylvania. In Edward Swayne's will dated 16 June 1775 at East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, Sarah Fincher was named as an heir; 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.
Father*John Fincher b. 1679, d. 1747
Mother*Martha Taylor b. 3 Jan 1680, d. 1713

Children of Sarah Fincher and Edward Swayne

John Fincher

M, b. 1679, d. 1747
John Fincher signature 1746
     John Fincher was born in 1679 at London Grove, Chester, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Francis Fincher and Mary Achelly. John Fincher married Martha Taylor, daughter of Robert Taylor and Mary Hayes, circa 1699. John Fincher married Elinor Norman in 1714 at second marriage for both. John Fincher died in 1747 at London Grove, Chester, Pennsylvania. His estate was probated on 24 November 1747 at Chester, Pennsylvania.
     John, married Martha, daughter of Robert TAYLOR, of Springfield, and in 1699 was living in Newtown. After this he resided in Uchland, but his final settlement was in London Grove, where he died about 1747. In 1714 he married the widow Elinor COOK, but his children were probably by his 1st wife. He witnessed the marriage of Sarah Fincher and Edward Swayne on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania. John Fincher left a will on 5 April 1746 at Chester, Pennsylvania, 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.
Will of John Fincher - Chester county, PA - 05 Apr 1746
Father*Francis Fincher b. 1626, d. 1 Jun 1684
Mother*Mary Achelly b. 1650, d. 28 Jul 1699

Children of John Fincher and Martha Taylor

Francis Swayne

M, b. 19 February 1665, d. 30 September 1721
Francis Swayne signature 1721
     Francis Swayne was born on 19 February 1665 at Bienfield, Berkshire, England. He was the son of William Swayne Sr. Francis Swayne married Elizabeth Milton circa 1688. Francis Swayne died on 30 September 1721 at East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, at age 56.
Quaker New Garden Monthly Meeting - Chester, PA - death of Francis Swayne 30 Sep 1721

     From History of Chester County, Pennsylvania: Among the earliest Quaker families that settled Chester County was that of Francis Swayne (who by an old deed is styled practitioner of medicine). He was the son of William Swayne, of Ockingham, Liberty of Wilts, Berkshire, England, who died in 1693, leaving two sons and a daughter, -- Francis, the emigrant, Judith, and William. to the latter he left by will his house and lands in Ockingham; to his daughter, house and ground called the Harpe-bien, Bienfield, and to his son Francis, "all that house & Land , adn the Store in the common field of Bienfield, by the wayside going to Bienfield church," and making him whole executor of "All my goods, cattle, corn," etc. Francis Swayne married Elizabeth Milton, and had removed from Bienfield to East Hampstead park some years previous to coming to America, and his son William records that "about the year 1704 my father and mother and myself were convinced and received the truth". William Swayne, eldest son of Francis and Elizabeth, was born the 30th of 1st mo., 1689, in the parish of Bienfield, and when about eighteen sailed from Bristol "on board a ship called the 'Saulsbury,' and in about five weeks landed at Philadelphia on the 15th day of 9th mo., 1708, and in about a year and a half thereafter Francis and Elizabeth, with their remaining children, --Francis, Edward, Elizabeth Jane and Sarah, -- landed at New Castle, on the Delaware, where they were met and welcomed by their son William, who had preceded them. They went to what is now East Marlborough Township, Chester, Co., and puchased and settled on one of the lots of land joining the south side of Marlboro Street, containing 425 acres, it being then an uncultivated wilderness. The deed of conveyance to Francis Swayne bears date 12th day of September, A.D. 1711. Francis and his son William were both prominent and notive members of the Society of Friends. In the year 1713, Francis went on an extended religious visit to Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Starting from Philadelphia, holding meetings by the way, to Flushing, Newport, Dartmouth, thence to Nantucket, Rochester, Falmouth, Barnstable, Sandwich, Yarmouth, Plymouth, Scituate, Bsoton, Salem, Lynn, Marblehaed, Hampton, Amesbury, Newburyport, Portsmouth, etc. Several of these places were visited twice. During the journey, which occupied three months, from 7th mo. 24th to 10th mo. 21st, about seventy meetings were held. When we take into account the difficulties of traveling in those early days, we are led to conclude that the emigrant ancestor of the Swaynes was possessed of a fair share of the zeal which characterized the early Friends. While in Nantucket he met with a family of the same name as his own, who had settled there in 1662, from some town east of Boston. They proved to have been of the same family in England. There is a family tradition that Francis, while resting for lunch, in the harvest-time, under the shade of some particular tree, remarked that he would like to be buried there; his wish was remembered, and when, in 1721, 9th mo. 30th, he died, he was interred on the spot selected by himself, the place was enclosed with a wall, and for upwards of eighty years was used as the family burying-ground. Francis Swayne during his lifetime conveyed to his eldest son William, the pioneer, by deed dated 9th mo., 8, 1717, 195 acres of his original purchase, bordering on the Marlborough Street.
History of the Harlan Family - The Swayne Family
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
He and Edward Swayne immigrated in 1710 to England to America. Francis Swayne left a will on 15 February 1721 at Chester, Pennsylvania.
Will of Francis Swayne - Chester, PA - 15 Feb 1721
Father*William Swayne Sr. d. 1693

Children of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton

Elizabeth Milton

F, d. circa February 1742
     Elizabeth Milton married Francis Swayne, son of William Swayne Sr., circa 1688. Elizabeth Milton died circa February 1742 at Pennsylvania. Her estate was probated on 3 March 1743 at Chester, Pennsylvania, Probate of Elizabeth Swayne - executors William and Edward Swayne.
Probate of Elizabeth Swayne - executors William and Edward Swayne 07 Feb 1742

     As of circa 1688,her married name was Swayne. She witnessed the marriage of Sarah Fincher and Edward Swayne on 25 February 1728 at Quaker London Grove meeting, Londongrove Twp, New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania.

Children of Elizabeth Milton and Francis Swayne

Edward Swayne

M, b. 5 April 1729, d. August 1797
Edward Swayne Jr signature 1758
     Edward Swayne was born on 5 April 1729 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. He was the son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Edward Swayne married Catharine Haydon on 26 April 1753 at New Garden Monthly Meeting (Quaker), Chester, Pennsylvania.
Marriage of Edward Swayne and Catherine Haydon - 26 Apr 1753 Quaker New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester, PA
Edward Swayne died in August 1797 at age 68.
     He witnessed the probate of the estate of Joseph Mercer on 13 December 1758 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Probate of Joseph Mercer estate - Jane Mercer rights to father. Edward Swayne 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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

Catharine Haydon

F, b. 1731, d. 1819
     Catharine Haydon was born in 1731. She married Edward Swayne, son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, on 26 April 1753 at New Garden Monthly Meeting (Quaker), Chester, Pennsylvania.
Marriage of Edward Swayne and Catherine Haydon - 26 Apr 1753 Quaker New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester, PA
Catharine Haydon died in 1819.
     As of 1753,her married name was Swayne.

Jonathan Swayne

M, b. 3 February 1731, d. after 1780
     Jonathan Swayne was born on 3 February 1731 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. He was the son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Jonathan Swayne married Mary White in 1755. Jonathan Swayne died after 1780.
     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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

Mary White

F, b. 1737, d. 1827
     Mary White was born in 1737. She married Jonathan Swayne, son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1755. Mary White died in 1827.
     Her married name was Swayne.

Isaac Swayne

M, b. 1742, d. 22 July 1772
     Isaac Swayne was born in 1742 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. He was the son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Isaac Swayne married Susannah Maris in 1768. Isaac Swayne died on 22 July 1772.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

Susannah Maris

F, b. 1746
     Susannah Maris was born in 1746. She married Isaac Swayne, son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1768.
     As of 1768,her married name was Swayne.

Jesse Swayne

M, b. 1744, d. after 1781
     Jesse Swayne was born in 1744 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. He was the son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Jesse Swayne married Jane (?) circa 1776. Jesse Swayne died after 1781.
     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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

Jane (?)

F, d. circa 1818
     Jane (?) married Jesse Swayne, son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, circa 1776. Jane (?) died circa 1818.
     As of circa 1776,her married name was Swayne.

Robert Swayne

M, b. 1740
     Robert Swayne was born in 1740 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. He was the son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Robert Swayne married Elizabeth Hamilton in 1791 at Old Swede's Church, Wilmington, Delaware.
     Robert Swayne 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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

Elizabeth Hamilton

F
     Elizabeth Hamilton married Robert Swayne, son of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1791 at Old Swede's Church, Wilmington, Delaware.
     As of 1791,her married name was Swayne.

Hannah Swayne

F, b. circa 1742
     Hannah Swayne was born circa 1742. She was the daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Hannah Swayne married David Yarnall in 1758.
     As of 1758,her married name was Yarnall. Hannah Swayne 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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

David Yarnall

M, d. circa 1781
     David Yarnall married Hannah Swayne, daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1758. David Yarnall died circa 1781.

Sarah Swayne

F, b. 1746, d. 7 November 1810
     Sarah Swayne was born in 1746 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. She was the daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Sarah Swayne married John England in 1768. Sarah Swayne died on 7 November 1810.
     As of 1768,her married name was England. She 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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

John England

M
     John England married Sarah Swayne, daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1768.

Elizabeth Swayne

F, b. 1749
     Elizabeth Swayne was born in 1749 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. She was the daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Elizabeth Swayne married Stephen Ailes in 1771.
     As of 1771,her married name was Ailes. Elizabeth Swayne 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.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

Stephen Ailes

M
     Stephen Ailes married Elizabeth Swayne, daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1771.

Martha Swayne

F, b. 1752
     Martha Swayne was born in 1752 at E. Marlborough, Chester, Pennslyvania. She was the daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher. Martha Swayne married John Frenser in 1776.
     Martha Swayne 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. As of 1776,her married name was Frenser.
Father*Edward Swayne b. 20 Nov 1702, d. 24 Apr 1776
Mother*Sarah Fincher b. 1708, d. 1 Nov 1804

John Frenser

M
     John Frenser married Martha Swayne, daughter of Edward Swayne and Sarah Fincher, in 1776.

Hannah Mercer

F, b. 1756
     Hannah Mercer was born in 1756 at East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Mercer and Jane Swayne.
     On 20 December 1763 According to Orphan's Court records, John Calvert married Jane Swayne Mercer and became guardian of the two living Mercer children, Amos and Hannah.
Father*Joseph Mercer b. 8 Jun 1731, d. 14 Dec 1758
Mother*Jane Swayne b. 1733, d. 5 Feb 1815

Johanna Mercer

F, b. 1758, d. circa 1762
     Johanna Mercer was born in 1758 at East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Mercer and Jane Swayne. Johanna Mercer died circa 1762 at East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania.
Father*Joseph Mercer b. 8 Jun 1731, d. 14 Dec 1758
Mother*Jane Swayne b. 1733, d. 5 Feb 1815

Eve Kribbs

F, b. 1783, d. after 1870
     Eve Kribbs was born in 1783 at Strasbourg, Alsace-Lorriane, Germany. She was the daughter of John George Kribbs and Anna Barbara Haines. Eve Kribbs married David Mercer, son of Amos Mercer and Mary Mitchell Barnes, in 1803 at Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Eve Kribbs died after 1870 at Clarion County, Pennsylvania.
     Eve Kribbs was also known as Eva. Eve Kribbs was also known as Cribbs. As of 1803,her married name was Mercer. She was listed in David Mercer's household on the 1850 Census at Redbank, Clarion, Pennsylvania.1 Eve Kribbs was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Redbank, Clarion, Pennsylvania; living next door to son Johnstone Mercer.2 She was listed in Johnstone Mercer's household on the 1870 Census at Redbank, Clarion, Pennsylvania.3
Father*John George Kribbs b. 1750, d. 1824
Mother*Anna Barbara Haines b. 1755, d. 1818

Children of Eve Kribbs and David Mercer

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 268. Dwelling 1860.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 7. Dwelling 43.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 34. Dwelling 251.

Daniel Mercer

M, b. 26 March 1816, d. before 1900
     Daniel Mercer was born on 26 March 1816 at Blacklick Twp, Indiana County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of David Mercer and Eve Kribbs. Daniel Mercer married Lucetta Fegley in 1844. Daniel Mercer married Eliza Jane Black in 1882 at his second marriage. Daniel Mercer died before 1900 at Porter Township, Clarion, Pennsylvania.
     He was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Redbank, Clarion, Pennsylvania.1 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Limestone, Clarion, Pennsylvania.2 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Limestone, Clarion, Pennsylvania.3 In 1887 Daniel Mercer, New Bethlehem, was born in Indiana county, Pennsylvania, on March 26, 1816. He was a son of David and Eve (Cribbs) Mercer. Eve was born in Germany, and her husband David was born in Chester county, Pennsylvania, in 1777. They were married in Indiana county, Pennsylvania, and settled in Clarion county, where they died. They had a family of fourteen children, eight of whom are now living. Daniel Mercer began life as a school teacher, then became a clerk, and in 1849 became engaged in business as a general merchant. He made several business changes, and in 1884 became engaged in the furniture business, and is now doing business under the firm name of Cribbs & Mercer. He was married in 1844 to Lizetta Fegley. She died in 1873, leaving a family of eight children, four of whom are now living -- David B., John M., Mary E., and Peter E. Mr. Mercer then married his second wife, Mrs. E. J. Girts, in 1882. They have had one daughter -- Anna Earl. Mr. Mercer has been county commissioner in Clarion county for six years, was treasurer of Clarion county for two years, justice of the peace for ten years, and is one of the councilmen of the borough of New Bethlehem.
source: "History of Clarion county, Pennsylvania."
Father*David Mercer b. 1777, d. 15 Jun 1857
Mother*Eve Kribbs b. 1783, d. a 1870

Children of Daniel Mercer and Lucetta Fegley

Child of Daniel Mercer and Eliza Jane Black

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 262. Dwelling 1820.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 10. Stamp 244. Dwelling 64.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 22. Dwelling 155.

Lucetta Fegley

F, b. circa 1826, d. 1873
     Lucetta Fegley was born circa 1826 at Pennsylvania. She married Daniel Mercer, son of David Mercer and Eve Kribbs, in 1844. Lucetta Fegley died in 1873.
     Lucetta Fegley was also known as Tagley. Lucetta Fegley was also known as Lizetta. As of 1844,her married name was Mercer. She was listed in Daniel Mercer's household on the 1850 Census at Redbank, Clarion, Pennsylvania.1 Lucetta Fegley was listed in Daniel Mercer's household on the 1860 Census at Limestone, Clarion, Pennsylvania.2 Lucetta Fegley was listed in Daniel Mercer's household on the 1870 Census at Limestone, Clarion, Pennsylvania.3

Children of Lucetta Fegley and Daniel Mercer

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 262. Dwelling 1820.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 10. Stamp 244. Dwelling 64.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 22. Dwelling 155.

Barbara Mercer

F, b. circa 1806
     Barbara Mercer was born circa 1806 at Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of David Mercer and Eve Kribbs. Barbara Mercer married James K. Hoffman on 22 May 1826.
     As of 22 May 1826,her married name was Hoffman. Barbara Mercer was listed in James K. Hoffman's household on the 1850 Census at Warsaw Township, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.1 Barbara Mercer was listed in James K. Hoffman's household on the 1860 Census at Polk, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.2 Barbara Mercer was listed as wife in James K. Hoffman's household on the 1880 Census at Polk, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.3
Father*David Mercer b. 1777, d. 15 Jun 1857
Mother*Eve Kribbs b. 1783, d. a 1870

Children of Barbara Mercer and James K. Hoffman

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 33. Handwritten number 65. Dwelling 140.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 362. Dwelling 13.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-1136 Page Number 242A.

James K. Hoffman

M, b. 18 January 1807
     James K. Hoffman was born on 18 January 1807 at Pennsylvania. He married Barbara Mercer, daughter of David Mercer and Eve Kribbs, on 22 May 1826.
     James K. Hoffman was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Warsaw Township, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.1 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Polk, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.2 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Polk, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.3

Children of James K. Hoffman and Barbara Mercer

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 33. Handwritten number 65. Dwelling 140.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 362. Dwelling 13.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-1136 Page Number 242A.