|Death: ||Oct. 13, 1747|
Bio from Michael Coyle:
Col. Samuel Swift, the youngest son of Deacon Thomas [and his first wife], was born in Milton, December 10,1683. He married Ann, daughter of Thomas Holman, of Milton, a prominent man of his day. Col. Samuel Swift was one of the wealthiest and most influential men of Milton. He, like his father, filled many offices of trust and importance in the town. He was Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Colonel of the militia, Representative to the General Court; moderator of the town-meetings for eleven years, between 1734 and 1747, and selectman for fifteen years, between 1735 and his death, 1747.
Thomas Swift (1635 - 1717)
Sarah Clapp Swift (1639 - 1718)
Ann Holman Swift (1680 - 1762)*
Sarah Swift Adams (1711 - 1774)*
Here lies Inter'd the Remains of SAMUEL SWIFT Esq who departed this Life Oct 13 1747 aged 64 years.
Who never did a Slander forge
His Neighbour's Fame to wound;
Nor hearken to a false Report
By Malice whispered round:
Who to his plighted Vows and Trust
Had ever Firmly stood,
And Tho' he promis'd to his Loss
He made his Promise good.
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