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Benjamin Swift, 3d child of Alfred Brown Swift (B56,9) and J. Elizabeth (Griffith) Swift, was born at Enosburg, Vermont, April 21, 1863. He graduated at the University of Vermont in 1886 and the Union Theological Seminary in 1893. He was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship Society at the University of Vermont. He married September 13, 1893, at Burlington, Vermont, Mary Ross Simpson, daughter of William and Elizabeth Simpson, born January 6, 1865, at Galashiels, Scotland, and died April 14, 1922, at Princeton, Mass. He was pastor of the Congregational churches at Orwell, Vt., 1893-1907; Woodstock, Vt. or Conn., 1907-1917; Princeton, Mass., 1918-1923; supply minister at the Second Congregational Church, Holyoke, Mass., October 1918; general secretary of the Y.M.C.A. at Burlington, Vt., 1886-1890. He retired in 1923 and resided at the Claremont Inn, California, until his death in 1942. No children.

Henry Dow Swift, 4th child of Alfred Brown Swift (B56,9) and Elizabeth (Griffith) Swift, was born June 13, 1869, at Enosburg, Vermont, and died June 4, 1934, at New London, Conn. He was a shoe merchant and resided at Burlington, Vermont, Boston and Buffalo. He attended the University of Vermont and married, 1st, November 4, 1907, at Mattapan, Mass., Eulalia Hammersley, born July 29, 1879, in Canada. They were divorced and he married, 2d, Mabelle Halloway of New London, Conn. She died in 1937 at Weymouth, Mass. Mrs. Eulalia Hammersley Swift resides at 10 Park Avenue, New York City. Child, by his first wife:

1. Alfred Hammersley, b. August 5, 1908, at Buffalo, N.Y. (B56,941)

Alfred Hammersley Swift, only child of Henry Dow Swift (B56,94) and his first wife, Eulalia (Hammersley) Swift, was born August 5, 1908, at Buffalo, N.Y. He attended Norwich, Conn., Free Academy, Bridgton Academy, Bridgton, Maine, and New York University. He is in the advertising business with the Columbia Broadcasting Company, Boston, Mass., and lives at Laneside Farm, Charles River, Mass. He married November 3, 1940, at Brattleboro, Vermont, Eleanor Frances Povall, daughter of Henry D. Povall and Eleanor S. Povall. Child:

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