Thomas Swann (disambiguation)

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Thomas Swann (18091883) was the governor of Maryland, U.S.A.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Thomas Swann</span> American politician (1809-1883)

Thomas Swann was an American lawyer and politician who also was President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as it completed track to Wheeling and gained access to the Ohio River Valley. Initially a Know-Nothing, and later a Democrat, Swann served as the 19th Mayor of Baltimore (1856–1860), later as the 33rd Governor of Maryland (1866–1869), and subsequently as U.S. Representative ("Congressman") from Maryland's 3rd congressional district and then 4th congressional district (1869–1879), representing the Baltimore area.

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Edward Swann was an American lawyer, jurist, and politician from New York. From November 4, 1902 to March 3, 1903, he served part of one term in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Andrew Swann may refer to:

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Twenty ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Swan, or the archaic HMS Swann, probably after the bird, the Swan:

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Swan Point is an unincorporated community in southern Charles County, Maryland, United States. The Swan Point Yacht and Country Club was originally planned and initiated in the 1980s around an 18-hole waterfront championship golf course; Since then there has been added: a community waterfront pool, a marina, clubhouse, trails, and tennis courts. Custom homes of various types styles and prices populate the wooded 1/3 to 1/2 acre lots. Some have a water view, water frontage, or golf course frontage. There are plans for additional homesites in 2012, which will contain cluster homes, townhouses as well as more single-family homes. Swan Point Yacht & Country is located on the banks of the Potomac River. Issue, MD is also considered part of Swan Point, MD since the 20645 zip code was made to include both names in 2009. Legend has it that Swan Point received its name from Captain John Smith when he explored the region in the early 17th century and saw thousands of wintering Swans in the water off that point of land. Charles County, Maryland is also home to an early settler of Maryland, Edward Swann.. Current historical findings likely associate the naming of Swan's point to Edward Swann who was granted 1200 acres of land mostly in Charles Co, MD, by Lord Baltimore.

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Wilson Cary Swann was an American physician, philanthropist, and social reformer. Born in present-day Alexandria, Virginia, he moved to Philadelphia in 1847, and spent the rest of his life there. Swann held around 40 slaves, whom he freed shortly after his marriage in 1847.

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HMS Swan was a member of the standardize 20-gun sixth rates built at the end of the 17th century. After commissioning she went to the West Indies, then returned for service in the Irish Sea and English Channel. She then returned to the West Indies where she was lost with all hands in 1707.