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Agnes Bertha Swan Hallaway
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Birth: Aug. 26, 1896
Hebron
Tolland County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Oct. 13, 1978
South Windham
Windham County
Connecticut, USA

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Created and maintained by a Great Niece. <3

Agnes raised Robert as her own son Robert L Raymond she raised him since birth.





Agnes, stone is wrong the 2 O's in her stone should be 2 A's.



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Family links: 
 Parents:
  William George Swan (1858 - 1931)
  Emma Isabelle Smith Swan Humiston (1864 - 1955)
 
 Spouse:
  Benjamin Hallaway
 
 Children:
  Carleton Henry Russell (1914 - 1964)*
  Peggy Ann Swain Ethridge (1930 - 2010)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Seth Swan (1880 - 1931)*
  George Henry Swan (1882 - 1971)*
  Charlotte Amelia Swan Faircloth (1884 - 1961)*
  Edward Albert Swan (1886 - 1967)*
  Emma I Swan Johnson (1888 - 1975)*
  Elizabeth E Swan Ashton (1891 - 1933)*
  Grover Cleveland Swan (1893 - 1979)*
  Raymond Edward Swan (1894 - 1982)*
  Agnes Bertha Swan Hallaway (1896 - 1978)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
New Willimantic Cemetery
Willimantic
Windham County
Connecticut, USA
 
Created by: Pebbles
Record added: Sep 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76591191
Agnes Bertha <i>Swan</i> Hallaway
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Agnes Bertha <i>Swan</i> Hallaway
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Agnes Bertha <i>Swan</i> Hallaway
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- Pebbles
 Added: May. 6, 2014

- Pebbles
 Added: Aug. 26, 2013

- CLS
 Added: Dec. 16, 2012
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