The Blue Pig on the road to Wolvey Hall
|1841 census of Nuneaton|
Three have living present-day descendants. George Swinfield, born in 1825, became a boiler maker, probably connected to the railways. Moving south to the East End of London by 1865, his two sons, Daniel and Herbert Victor, and all the modern representatives of “Family 13” still live there today. These include Paul Frederick, whose DNA matches with that of Derrick Joseph George of Family 5.
|Passenger list of "Walmer Castle" in 1848|
What was the fate of the two oldest sons, William and John, born in 1804 and 1806? They both emigrated to
|Passenger list of the "Beejapore" 1853|
John Swinfield left with his wife and five children on the “Beejapore” which docked on 9th February 1853. She and their youngest child died on arrival. Of course, he married again soon after and had more offspring. He too had left his oldest son of 21 behind in Mancetter, Warwickshire. That son, Edward, is also the head of a very large pedigree with many English descendants.There are just so many cousins who are part of Families 3, 4 & 13. The stories of some of them remain to be told.