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Swaffords of Sequatchie Valley, Tennessee

by Ray C. Swofford
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Houston, Texas] : R.C. Swofford, 1990
2 v. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.
3rd ed.

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Eight Swafford brothers, probably the sons of James Swafford of Greenville County, South Carolina, migrated to Tennessee about 1810. Descendants of these brothers, Jacob Swafford (b. 1762/3); Paul Swafford; John Swafford (b. 1770); Abraham Swafford (b. 1772); Isaac Swafford (b. 1774); Aaron Swafford (b. between 1774 and 1784); Thomas Swafford (b. 1783); and William Swafford (b. 1785), lived in Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Ohio, Kansas, and elsewhere. The surname is also spelled Swofford, Swaffer and Swaffar.

Includes the Hammons, Hale, Lee, Henry, Summitt, Cofflet, O'Dell, Sherrill, Tollett and other related families.

Includes a chapter for the descendants of each brother. Each chapter has its own index.

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