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Swartz Family History & Genealogy

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Swartz Last Name History & Origin

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Updated Jan 26, 2022

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Suzanne Hernandez commented on Apr 19, 2008
Col. C. R. Swartz, around 1980, said the carvings on the wooden doors of the Mission Inn (an historical landmark) in Riverside, California, were carved by his uncle. Col. C. R. (Carl Robert "Bob") had lived in Los Angeles and owned a Ford Mustang in the 1960's. He moved to Arizona afterward and worked in Saudi Arabia for a time. Col. C. R. Swartz passed away in 2006 or 2007 and was living in Colorado at the time. He also lived in Nevada and Massachusetts while studying and played golf with Arnold Palmer off-and-on. He lived in South Dakota while working on an environmental impact report for a planned project that since was carried completed on Indian land.
Suzanne Hernandez commented on Apr 19, 2008
Col. C. R. Swartz, around 1980, said the carvings on the wooden doors of the Mission Inn (an historical landmark) in Riverside, California, were carved by his uncle. Col. C. R. (Carl Robert "Bob") had lived in Los Angeles and owned a Ford Mustang in the 1960's. He moved to Arizona afterward and worked in Saudi Arabia for a time. Col. C. R. Swartz passed away in 2006 or 2007 and was living in Colorado at the time. He also lived in Nevada and Massachusetts while studying and played golf with Arnold Palmer off-and-on. He lived in South Dakota while working on an environmental impact report for a planned project that since was completed on Indian land.
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