The East Liverpool Tribune
Passes Away Saturday Morning at His Home In Steubenville.
George T. Swearingen, who was born and reared on the old Swearingen farm in Hancock county, near Hollidays Cove, W, Va., died Saturday morning (Nov. 17, 1906) at his home in Steubenville, Ohio, after an illness of a year or more. Death was due to organic heart trouble. The deceased was a son of Henry and Salome Swearingen, and conducted a meat market at Steubenville for 2 years. He was married February 18, 1871 to Margaret A. Langfitt, of Beaver County, Pa., who lived only a short time. To them was born one son, Charles L., now assistant treasurer of Cleveland. In 1877, he was married again to Sarah J. Hooker, of Hancock county, W. Va., and she died in 188?. To their union were born three daughters, Ellen and Fannie, and Mrs. Carrie Oliver. In 1887, Mr. Swearingen took unto himself a third wife, Miss Annie E. Reynolds, and to them were born four children, George, John, Mary and Hol?en. The brothers and sisters who survive are Daniel W., of Hancock county, W. Va., William, of Pittsburg; A. F., of Cleveland; Henry, of Steubenville; Mrs. C. B. salmon, of Steubenville; Mrs. J. C. Mather, of Bloomfield, and Mrs. Frank Durrie, of Manistee, Mich.