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George Swingler

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George Swingler (c1821- ) of G. and J. Swingler

Born the son of William Swingler and his wife Eleanor Meeson.

1848 Birth of son Samuel Meeson Swingler

ca.1852 Birth of son George William Swingler

1861 Living at Yates Street, Aston, Birmingham: George Swingler (age 40 born Birmingham), Plated Wire Drawer. With his wife Susanna Swingler (age 31 born Birmingham) and their five children; George W. Swingler (age 9 born Birmingham); Sarah Swingler (age 8 born Aston); Martha Swingler (age 6 born Aston); William Swingler (age 3 born Aston); and Alice Jane Swingler (age 1 born Aston).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census