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This is where I am stuck. There is no paper trail of John Sweet's Ancestors that I can find or Alpha Lewis. I did find a information about a cemetery near Oswego, NY that may or may not be helpful.
So far everyone that I happen to run into like living relatives has been stopped right here as there was a fire in Oswego, Ny court House which destroyed all their records. So I am stuck. Not giving up just stuck.
Descendants of John Sweet
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN1 SWEET He married ALPHA LEWIS.
Child of JOHN SWEET and ALPHA LEWIS is:
2. i. JARED L.2 SWEET, b. March 01, 1791, Oswego, New York.
Generation No. 2
2. JARED L.2 SWEET (JOHN1) was born March 01, 1791 in Oswego, New York. He married MARTHA CURDY 1813 in New York. She was born 1793 in Alnwick Township, Northcumberland, Onterio, Canada, and died August 10, 1876.
Notes for JARED L. SWEET:
Jared immigrated to canada I guess he was a millitia man during 1812-1815 and the year of the record is 1875 age 84
The way the record shows he must have participated in the war of 1812. Probably was screwed by the Us governmant like many others and immigrated to Canada. (that is my asumption.)
More About JARED L. SWEET:
Immigration: 1875, National Library of Canada: Parlamentry sesional papers 1876 #7 page 84
Child of JARED SWEET and MARTHA CURDY is:
3. i. WILLIAM A3 SWEET, b. August 22, 1833, Clark Township Durham, Onterio,Canada; d. Aft. 1910, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
Generation No. 3
3. WILLIAM A3 SWEET (JARED L.2, JOHN1) was born August 22, 1833 in Clark Township Durham, Onterio,Canada, and died Aft. 1910 in Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan. He married MARGARET HICKS January 16, 1855 in Canada. She was born March 19, 1839 in Scotland, and died 1910 in Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
Notes for WILLIAM A SWEET:
Note: Same D.O.B. day and month as Robert A. Sweet Jr except 120years earlier.
William immigrated to bridgehampton Sanalac CO., Michigan in 1856. Census reports show he was there in 1860,1870,1880 missing 1900 and 1910.
As reported and I quote from the 1884 printing of the Portrait and Biographical album: (this is actualy printed in the Sanalac Co news paper)
William A Sweet Farmer section 12 bridgehampton township is a native of the Dominion of Canada, where he was born in August 1833. He is the son of Jared I and Martha (Purdy) Sweet ,. THe former native of Vermont the later of New York. After their marriage they settled in Canada, where they were residents during the remainder of their lives.
Mr Sweet recieved a common school educationin his native province and in the winter of 1856 came to Sanalac County, where he has sincecontinuosly resided. He is a proment land holder of bridgehampton township, where he owns 100 acres of improved and creditably cultivated land. He is a member of the Mesonic order and has been supervisor of his township for years, and Justice of the peace 10 Years. He has a war record that places his name in Honorable connection with those of the native born citizens of the state. He enlisted September 8 1861 (which should be 1862 must be typo) in the sixth Michigan Calvery and was in service in common with the other members of the regiment untill April 5 1865 on which day he was discharged, Having recieved a gunshot wound in his left foot at the battle of Falling Waters, MD. He was actively engaged in the battle of Gettysburg, and was constantly under fire from June 30 to July 14th. His comand was attached to the Calvery Corps of General Kilpatric. After his discharge he returned to Sanalac County, whence he enlisted.
The marriage of Mr. Sweet to Margret Hicks occurred Jan 16 1855, in Canada. She is a native of the Dominion. The household now includes ten children; three have passed to the better land. The names of the deceased were Viola and Warren and a child who died in early infancy. Those surviving are William B, David H.,Lewis, Mary E., Martha E., Lydia M., Belinda S., Alberta L., David G., and Emery A.. Mr and Mrs Sweet are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr S belongs to the order of Masonry,Sanalac Lodge, No.136
More About WILLIAM A SWEET:
Burial: Mt Zion Cemetary Bridgehampton Sanalac Co., Michigan
Census: 1860, the report shows
Military service: September 08, 1862, Distinguished service Union Soldier MI unit # 1075 1075 Enlist as private age 28 Company C,6Th Calvery Oct 11 1862
Religion: 1884, Methodist Episcopal Church as reported by portrait & Biographical Album Dated 1884
War Wound: July 14, 1863, Recieved wound to left foot Recieved Disibility discharge from Company C, 6th Calvery Regiment Michigan on march 23 1864 in Detroit, MI
More About MARGARET HICKS:
Burial: Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan
Children of WILLIAM SWEET and MARGARET HICKS are:
4. i. LEWIS HIRAM4 SWEET, b. January 1863, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan; d. Bet. 1910 - 1920, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
ii. WILLIAM BUREZY SWEET, b. March 09, 1856, Cogburg Onterio Canada; d. April 28, 1933; m. MARY I DODD, August 11, 1881, Canada.
iii. SARAH BELINDA SWEET, b. July 14, 1871, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan; d. June 24, 1919.
iv. LUCENIA ALBERTA SWEET, b. October 04, 1873, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan; d. November 12, 1961.
v. VIDA ROSETTA SWEET, b. January 13, 1875, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan; d. January 18, 1877.
vi. DAVID G SWEET, b. October 22, 1879, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
vii. DANIEL H SWEET, b. January 1858, Cogburg Onterio Canada; m. MARTHA MC CULLOUGH, April 17, 1883, Canada.
viii. MARY E SWEET, b. March 1860, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan; m. ROBERT MC CULLAUGH, June 02, 1879, Bridgehampton townshio sanalca Co., Michigan.
ix. ELIZA MARTHA SWEET, b. 1865, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
x. LYDIA M SWEET, b. October 1869, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
xi. EMRY A SWEET, b. October 22, 1879, Bridgehampton township Sanalac Co., MIchigan.
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