|Birth: ||May 18, 1842|
|Death: ||Dec. 24, 1917|
Los Angeles County
Andrew was a member of Co. D the 3rd Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Civil War. He died on Christmas Eve of 1917 of lobar pneumonia. Andrew had a dark complexion and eyes but light colored hair. He was a short man standing only 5 feet 3 inches but a tough seasoned veteran fighter by 1865. His wife, Nancy Jane Bain, died shortly after the birth of their child and was taken to Pulaski, Michigan for burial. There was a wonderful obituary for her.
Another family split by the Civil War. One brother served in the Union, another in the Confederacy.
A Special Thank You to ERIC BRANTLEY for the following information:
"This group starts in PA. then to Tn. where their Father died, and then many moved to Kansas where their Mother died. They have sisters in Ill. and a brother not far from here in Al. The mother's name was Nancy Jane Bain."
Also for information on his brother JOSEPH NELSON SWAN who enlisted in Co. E., 47th Alabama Infantry 30 April, 1862 as a private. Joseph late received the rank of 1st Lt. He resigned 4 March 1864. His obituary listed him as "A man of education and culture, an intelligent and prosperous farmer and a consistent Christian, his place will be hard to fill. His patriotism and his Democracy, like his Christianity, were of the highest type. From a wound received in the Civil War, one of his legs was amputated near the hip joint, nevertheless, he led an active life till bad health the last few years. He ably represented this county in the Constitutional Convention of 1875 and in the legislature in 1882-1883. For many years he was an elder in the Presbyterian church." The obituary appeared in the Coosa River News, Centre, Cherokee County, Alabama on Friday the 5th of October 1900.
James Denny Swan (1805 - 1862)
Isabella Gillespie Hood Swan (1800 - 1883)
Nannie J Bain Swan (1856 - 1925)*
Luther Andrew Swan (1883 - 1943)*
Joseph Nelson Swan (1829 - 1900)*
Elizabeth Swan Clarida (1830 - 1861)*
John Marion Swan (1834 - 1910)*
Hannah Eliza Swan Hanger (1836 - 1925)*
Andrew Hart Swan (1842 - 1917)
Daniel Park Swan (1850 - 1885)*
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Los Angeles County
Plot: LaRamada Section
Maintained by: nancy murray
Originally Created by: TLS
Record added: Dec 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23637694