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Fannie E. Swezey, ^

Female 1855 - 1927  (72 years)


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  1. 1.  Fannie E. Swezey, ^ was born on 10 Jun 1855 in Suffolk Co., NY; died on 21 Sep 1927 in Yaphank, Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Fanny E. Sweezey
    • Census: 1860, Fire Place (now Brookhaven Hamlet), Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY
    • Census: 1870, Fire Place (now Brookhaven Hamlet), Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY
    • Census: 1880, Brookhaven, Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY
    • Census: 1900, Brookhaven, Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY
    • Census: 1910, {Brookhaven}, Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY; Address:
      Brookhaven avenue [now Beaver Dam road]
    • Census: 1920, Brookhaven, Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY; Address:
      Beaver Dam Rd.

    Notes:


    Robert Sweezey comments:
    It appears from her brother's will that Fannie never married, and that she was alive in 1918. She is buried at Yaphank Cemetery with her parents and brother.
    1880 Census, she is still living with her parents. The 1900 and 1910 census has her living with brother William.
    I found a Fanny Sweezey in the 1920 census in Brookhaven who is 62 years old, and living alone. It could be this Fanny Sweezey.


    Census:
    She was living with her parents.

    Census:
    She was living with her parents.

    Census:
    She was living with her parents.

    Census:
    She was single and living with her brother, William S. Swezey.

    Census:
    She was living in the household of her brother, William S. Swezey, and recorded as single, age 52..

    Census:
    A Fanny Swezey was recorded as living alone, widowed, aged 62, and renting.

    [Based on other nearby names, the residence would seem to have been near the intersection with Fire Place Neck road and Beaver Dam road. Her parents' residence was on the northeast corner of of this intersection; this house is said to have been destroyed about 1920.]