can you buy nolvadex legal Nancy McSwain Allen was my 3rd great grandmother via
- her son David Jones Allen
- his daughter Virginia Allen Smith
- her son
- his daughter
http://kirbymarkers.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://kirbymarkers.com/about-us/ According to her gravestone, she was born August 22, 1828 and died May 10, 1806. The year of her birth was fairly close to what was reported on each census I’ve seen.
I’ve found a Nancy McSwain (age 21) living with Sarah McSwain (age 36) and Thomas McSwain (age 1) in Centre, Stanly County, NC. This could be my Nancy living with a sister or sister-in-law.
Nancy and William were married with two children by 1860. My mother’s notes indicate 1852 but I haven’t found anything to correlate that yet.
I don’t know a lot about Nancy other than she lost her husband during the Civil War and was left with two small children to raise on her own. In 1880 she and son, David, are living in Stanly County. In 1900, she is living with son David and his family, again in Stanly County, NC.
Her will leaves all property to her son and names him as executor. It does not mention her daughter Sarah nor any children of Sarah.
According to my mother’s notes, her parents were Charles and Lurana Washburn McSwain perhaps of Rutherford County, NC. However, I haven’t found the proof of this as of yet, either.
- Allen, Nancy. US Federal Census. 1880 & 1900.
- McSwain, Nancy. US Federal Census. 1850.
- Stanly County Wills.