Sarah <I>Mills</I> Swain


Sarah Mills Swain

Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
Death 13 May 1843 (aged 77)
Wayne County, Indiana, USA
Burial Economy, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
Plot Row 13-15
Memorial ID 92587307 View Source
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Sarah Mills was the third child of John Mills' and Sarah Millikan's, 12 children. Sarah Mills married Elihu Swain 21 Feb 1782,in the Center Meeting house, Guilford Co., NC.

Sarah Mills and Elihu Swain had 11 children:

Nathaniel b.1782 d. 1783
John b.1784 d. 1857
Nathaniel b.1786 d. 1807
Hannah< b.1790 d. 1878 m. Charles Osborne
Samuel b.1792 d. 1862 m. Elizabeth Barnard
Joseph b.1795 d. 1795
Lydia b.1796 d.1843 m. John Willis
Elihu b.1800 d. 1847 m. Mary Worth
Rachel b.1802 d. 1890 m. (1) John Thornburg (2) Elihu Davis
Job b.1806 d.1877 m. (1) Nancy Hodges (2) Emily Shafer
Ira b.1810 d. 1880 m. Phoebe Macy

1781, Elihu removed to Center MM, Guilford Co., NC
1791, Elihu, Sarah & children John, Nathaniel & Hannah removed to Westfield MM, Surry Co., NC.
1797, Many Friends were transferred to Lost Creek MM.
1804, Sharah was chosen as an overseer at Lost Creek MM.
1815, Elihu & family removed to White Water MM, IN.
1815, Sarah & dt Rachel removed to White Water MM, IN.

Sarah's father John Mills, was the first recorded settler in this area called "the waters of the Holston River", in 1784. This area became the Lost Creek Monthly Meeting and further information can be found on the description of this cemetery.

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