|Birth: ||Jun. 18, 1900|
|Death: ||Sep. 24, 1921|
Her mother Tryntje died on 20 January 1904, very probably in Thornton Township, Cook County, Illinois and in childbirth of Hilda's brother Frederick, who died three months later.
Her father Walter Swets remarried on 26 February 1907 in Chicago at the age of 40 years to the two years younger widow Nellie Anker.
In 1910 Hilda (10 y, born in Illinois), her father Walter Swets (43), her stepmother Nellie (41, Illinois), her siblings Harry (15 y, Illinois), Bastian (13), Dena (12), her stepsisters Annie (2, Illinois), Elsie (1, Illinois) and her stepbrother Edward Vanzanten (10, Illinois) lived still in Thornton Township, Cook County, Illinois.
In January 1920 Hilda (19, no occupation), her father Walter Swets (53), her stepmother Nellie (51), her stepbrother Edward Van Zanten (19, Illinois) and her stepsisters Annie (11, Illinois) and Elsie Swets (10, Illinois) lived in Thornton, Cook County, Illinois.
Hilda Swets died in 1921 in Thornton Township at the age of 21 years and was buried near her mother Tryntje and her brother Frederick in the cemetery there, which became later on part of the Homewood Memorial Gardens Cemetery, often referred as the Mount Holland or Old Holland section.
Wouter Swets (1866 - 1941)
Tryntje Mol Swets (1866 - 1904)
Walter Swets (1888 - 1924)*
Harry W Swets (1894 - 1967)*
Hilda Swets (1900 - 1921)
Frederick Swets (1904 - 1904)*
at the age of over 21 years
God be sinners merciful
Homewood Memorial Gardens
Plot: Mt Holland Section
Created by: Peter Hakze
Record added: Oct 20, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 119005002