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Swift (B54,2) and Semanthe (Robinson) Swift, was born August 28, 1849, and married April 8, 1868, Joseph Reynolds Tillinghast of Providence who died in May, 1908, at Englewood, N.J. Child (Tillinghast):

1. Reynolds, b. March 1, 1870. (B54,241)

Reynolds Tillinghast, only child of Katherine (Catherine) (Swift) Tillinghast (B54,24) and Joseph Reynolds Tillinghast, was born March 1, 1870. He married September 8, 1898, Mary Bryan Kellogg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Kellogg of Bennington, Vt., and died December 13, 1903. Their son, Bryan Tillinghast, was born posthumously December 29, 1903. Mrs. Reynolds Tillinghast subsequently married Dr. Vanderpool Adriance of Williamstown, Mass. The son has taken his stepfather's name and is known as Bryan Tillinghast Adriance. He is purchasing agent for the Arnold Print Works, North Adams, Mass. He resides at Chase Hill, North Adams, Mass. (B54,241,1)

Semanthe Swift, 3d child of Noadiah Swift (B54) and Jeannette (Henderson) Swift, was born December 30, 1808, at Bennington, Vt. She married Pierrepont Isham of Bennington October 3, 1832, born at Manchester, Vt., August 5, 1802. He established a law office at Bennington where he practiced until he became a member of the Supreme Court of Vermont. Upon his retirement from the bench Judge Isham removed to New York City where he became counsel for some of the largest interests. He resided at 112 Madison Avenue and had a country place at Piermont on the Hudson where he died May 8, 1872. Children:

1. Edward Swift, b. January 15, 1836, at Bennington, Vt. (B54,31)

2. Mary Adeline, b. February 4, 1838, at Bennington, Vt. (B54,32)

3. Henry Pierrepont, b. January 27, 1842; d. in Chicago, October 25, 1897, unmarried. (B54,33)

Edward Swift Isham, 1st child of Semanthe (Swift) Isham (B54,3) and Pierrepont Isham, was born at Bennington January 15, 1836, and graduated from Williams College in 1857 with Phi Beta Kappa scholarship rank. He graduated from the Harvard Law

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