The former was the daughter of Major Samuel Swan and Hannah (Frothingham) Lamson, and was born Mr. Abijah Thompson gives the following account of Miss Swan:—
My first remembrance of Miss Swan was in my yMiss Swan was in my youthful days, 1835-36.
While in Woburn, Massachusetts, she made her home in the family of the Rev. Joseph Benanizing an infant class.
It proved a success, and Miss Swan may be considered the founder of what is today calats, and a box stove with a long funnel; and there Miss Swan's youthful children gathered for instruction aftererintendent, and the short service was at an end. Major Swan lived at one time in a house just south of the Mes, was the daughter of Samuel Tufts.
She married Samuel Swan, the eldest son of Major Swan.
It is supposed thMajor Swan.
It is supposed that his vessel was wrecked and all on board lost on Cape Cod, March 31, 1823.
He was a contemporary and schoolf Col. Alex. S. Brooks and Dudley Hall.
For years Mrs. Swan did not give up hope of his return, and during tha