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Family Sheet

Name: J. Manning Duckworth Note Born: Abt 1848 at Henderson Co., , , NC Married: 7 Oct 1866 at Brevard, , , NC Died: 10 Mar 1909 at Greenville, , , SC
Name: Violet Swayngame Born: Abt 1847 at Henderson Co., , , NC Died: Father: Lemuel Swearingen Mother: Phoebe Roden Thomson
Name: Elizabeth Duckworth Born: Abt 1868 at Transylvania Co., , , NC Died:
Name: Fanny Duckworth Born: Abt 1869 at Transylvania Co., , , NC Died:
Name: Viola Duckworth Born: Abt 1872 at Transylvania Co., , , NC Died:
Name: Luther Duckworth Born: Abt 1875 at Transylvania Co., , , NC Died: Aft 1943
Name: Eunice Duckworth Born: 17 Aug 1885 at Transylvania Co., , , NC Died: 8 Nov 1943 at Pickens, , Pickens Co., SC Husband: Ben Perry Smith Jr
1). The Pickens Sentinel, issue of 29 Dec. 1892 Mr. J. M. Duckworth,ofBrevard, NC. C., has moved his family to this place to make ithishome. Mr. Duckworth is a wood workman, buggy and wagon maker,andwill follow that trade here. He will use on of W. H. Ashmore sshops. The Pickens Sentinel, issue of 18 March 1909 J. Manning Duckworth,aformer citizen of this town and a resident of this county, diedinGreenville on the 10th instant, at the age of 61 years. He was agoodman, a noble hearted and Christian gentleman, who lived up totheGolden Rule, and bore the respect and esteem of all who met him byhisdaily walk in life. Mr. Duckworth s numberless friends will hearofhis death with genuine sorrow. A good man has gone to hisreward.Peace to his ashes.


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