Allen Kenedy Swan
Full Name: Allen Kenedy Swan
Date of birth: May 5, 1848
Date of death: January 17, 1918
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Biographical sketch, A.K. Swan, pp. 808-809. Born 5/5/1848 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. First marriage in 1869 to Alice Brown, who died in December 1872, second marriage to Inez Harston on 11/21/1876.
Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of the Representative Public, and Many Early Settled Families, 1889.
- Obituary, "Hon. A.K. Swan Dead," The Duncan Weekly Eagle (Duncan, Oklahoma), 1/24/1918, p. 4. Married Inez Hartson on 11/21/1867. Death date 1/17/1918. "In 1880 he was again elected to the same office [county attorney of Clay county, Texas] but resigned after 18 months to enter the 18th session of the state legislature . . . He was the author of Sec. 5, of the Land Bill, that was passed during that session which entitled people who had settled on school lands to purchase them for $1.00 per acre . . . "
- Portrait and biographical sketch, Allen Kenedy Swan, pp. 303-306. Born 8/5/1848 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.
Personnel of the Texas State Government with Sketches of Representative Men of Texas, 22nd Legislature, 1892.
- Biographical sketch, Allen K. Swan, p. 260.
Texas Legislative Manual, 1882-83, 1883.
Military Service Notes
- Census of 1880 - Allen K. Swan, Henrietta, Clay County, Texas, age 31, born circa 1849 in Tennessee, attorney at law, wife Inez.
Census of 1900 - Allen K. Swan, Duncan town, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, age 52, lawyer, born May 1848 in Tennessee, wife Inez A.
A.K. Swan, 18th Legislature, State Preservation Board
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