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GENERATION 0: PARENTS
GENERATION 1: SIBLINGS


GENERATION 2: OFFSPRING

1: John Adam Schwerdfeger
(1789-c1789)

2: Elizabeth Schwerdfeger
(1790-1870)

3: John Augustine Schwerdfeger
(1792-1867)

4: Henry Schwerdfeger
(1794-1863)

5: George Frederick Schwerdfeger
(1796-aft 1871)

6: Jacob Frederick Samuel Schwerdfeger Jr
(1798-1873)

7: Daniel Schwerdfeger
(1800-aft 1870)

8: Michael Schwerdfeger
(1802-1859)

9: Margaret Schwerdfeger
(1804-aft 1870)

10: Nellie Schwerdfeger
(1807-1878)

11: Adam Schwerdfeger
(1812-1886)


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Johann Frederick Samuel Schwerdfeger (1765-1849)

Fourth son of Reverend Samuel Schwerdtfeger, Frederick,
though born in NY, firmly sided with the British (he was a member of the King's Royal Rifles),
and was awarded land as an United Empire Loyalist in the environs of Williamsburg, ON.


Frederick Schwerdfeger Headline

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Gravestone moved to Pioneer Wall, Upper Canada Village, before the flooding of 1957, Riverside, ON

Frederick outlived his siblings surviving to a healthy 83 years. He'd lived through the US War of Independence, and the War of 1812; ironically, most of his offspring would immigrate to the US at the time of Canada's own Confederation.

Elizabeth ZUFELT
(b. 2 Nov 1769, Albany, NY; d. 3 Apr 1858, Williamsburg, ON)

Elizabeth was the daughter of Adam SCHUFELT and Neeltjen FREER. She was christened at Dutch Reform Church in Albany, NY 30 Jan 1770. They married at Gilead Lutheran Church, Rensselaer, NY on 22 Dec 1886. This was a constant centre of activities and several of the family were married or held christenings there. Elizabeth outlived her husband Frederick by nearly a decade, living with her son Henry and his much younger wife, Maria, on a 200 acre property in Williamsburg, Dist 2, Con 3, Lots 14 & 15.

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