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US Civil War Soldiers America/USA  John B  Swett

  (b. 2 January 1836Portland, Maine, USA   d. 27 May 1863 )  

John B Swett was born 2 January 1836 in Portland, Maine, USA . John B Swett was the child of Lewis Swett and Sylvia (Silva) W Delano and the grandchild of: (paternal)  James Swett and Abigail Pride

John B Swett died 27 May 1863


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