The History of the Swarthout Family
Swartwout, Swartout and Swartwood
The home state of Gladys Swarthout!
The state capital building was designed by the Architectural firm of Tracy & Swarthout of New York City.
The Kansas City Times - Missouri - Tuesday, May 28, 1912
Mrs. Harriett SWARTHOUT, 57 years old, died yesterday at her home, 1608 Virginia Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas. She was the wife of C. R. SWARTHOUT. Besides her husband, three sons survive. Burial will be at Deepwater, Missouri. Transcript provided by John O'Brien.
aka: Knights of Pyhthias Cemetery
T40, R26, S23 - Fairview Township
829 SW 51 Rd, Deepwater, Henry Co, MO
732 known burials from 1848 to 2005
SWARTHOUT, Charles - b: 1855 - d: 1927
SWARTHOUT, Harriet - b: 1855 - d: 1912
SWARTHOUT, Ray Huston - b: Jan 10 1906 - d: Jan 26 1906
SWARTHOUT, Robert Guy - b: Jan 20 1908 - d: Apr 25 1908
Fields Creek Cemetery, Fields Creek Township, Henry County, Missouri aka: Fields Church Cemetery.
These graves were moved by the Corps of Engineers due to a flood control project in 1980.
1880 Federal Census
Honey Creek Twp, Henry Co MO, Jun 21 1880 - D2:F2 - Pg 21
SWARTHOUT, D. - w m 51 (1829) married farmer, heart disease - PA-PA-PA
SWARTHOUT, Ruth - w f 44 (1836) wife married housework - PA-PA-PA
SWARTHOUT, James - w m 23 (1857) son single farm work - PA-PA-PA
SWARTHOUT, Elizabeth - w f 15 (1865) dau single housework, at school - IL-PA-PA
SWARTHOUT, Frank - w m 12 (1868) son single farm work, at school - MO-PA-PA
[Note: Frank was the father of Gladys Swarthout]
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