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THOMAS SWEETEN 1734 of Belfast, Antrim Ireland

THOMAS SWEETEN 1734 of Belfast, Antrim Ireland

L.S. Pack (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jul 1999 1:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2002 8:31PM GMT
Surnames: SWEETEN,HORNER,WILSON
My 4th gr grandfather was Thomas Sweeten b 1734 of Belfast, Antrim, Ireland, md Margaret Horner. Son David Sweeten b 1760 of same place, md Martha Wilson. If you connect with my line, please email me

Joshua Phillp SWEETEN, TN>AR

kris (View posts)
Posted: 27 Dec 1999 8:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2002 8:33PM GMT
Surnames: SWEETEN
Dear Sir,
I have been looking for a lead on my dad's family for several years. I have been told that my grandfather was Irish. They told me his name was Joshua Phillip Sweeten.
Until tonight I thought this man had been droped out of a space ship. I have checked all the ports of entry but Florida. The family I was born to went to TN then to AR. All of the information I have been given has been incomplete. There is a family in Sarasota that is a son and a decendent of my grandfather Joshua Phillip. If you are indead a decendent please let me know what information you have. The children of this man are up in years and I would really like to help them know how they are and where they came from.
Thank You for your time
Kris

Clifford Arthur SWEETEN, NJ

Patricia Sweeten (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jan 2000 12:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2002 8:35PM GMT
Surnames: SWEETEN
I have always wondered where in Europe the Sweetens came from. My grandfather was from eastern Pennsylvania (Philadelphia or Chester area,I think) His name was Clifford Arthur Sweeten and I think he had a brother named Herbert. Both moved to Southern New Jersey in the early 1900's. Does anyone know anything about where they came from?

SWEETEN line from Ireland

L.S.Pack (View posts)
Posted: 5 Mar 2000 12:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2002 8:38PM GMT
Surnames: SWEETEN
My Sweeten line came from Ireland...either of Belfast, Antrim or C. Monaghan, Ireland, in the 1700s. Does this help?

Thomas Clare and Thomas Clark Sweeten (OH)

Mike Tarbet (View posts)
Posted: 24 Apr 2000 6:32AM GMT
Dear L.S.,
I'm not sure that we connect or not, but looking back at what I have found so far in my family, my grandfather was Thomas Clare Sweeten (b. 1893 in Ohio) and his father waas Thomas Clark Sweeten. Rumor has it thatwe have Irish blood. I would LOVE to find a connection. Let me know if you can help sort things out for me.
Mike (Ohio)

CLIFFORD A SWEETEN, b. Camden NJ

hemmi (View posts)
Posted: 11 Jun 2001 3:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Sep 2002 3:43AM GMT
Surnames: SWEETEN
Patricia if your out there please contact me direct, I have a Herbert M Sweeten who had a brother named Clifford A, both born in Camden, NJ. I have the names of there parents and other brothers and sister. Herbert Sweeten moved to Cape May, NJ area in the 1920's after the death of his wife. I have been looking for info on this family for a while now. I'm pretty sure we are talking about the same family here so please contact me.

Re: THOMAS SWEETEN 1734 of Belfast, Antrim Ireland

mjsweeten (View posts)
Posted: 5 Dec 2010 5:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thomas Sweeten is my 4th great grandfather as well.
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