- SWEET, Calvin
- SWEET, Arnold
- SWEET, Elles
- SWEET, Abel
- SWEET, Ebenezer
- SWEET, Naomi
DAGGETT, Naomi 1
- Born: 16 Jun 1742, Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 1 2
- Marriage: SWEET, Ebenezer on 5 Jun 1764 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 1
- Died: 22 Jun 1776, Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA at age 34 1 3
- Buried: Old Hatch Grave Yard, Attleborough, MA 4
Naomi married Ebenezer SWEET, son of John SWEET and Sarah MACLAFLEN, on 5 Jun 1764 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA.1 (Ebenezer SWEET was born on 18 Jan 1743-1744 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 5.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• They published an intent to marry on 19 May 1764 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA. 6
Lundell, Kay, Triumphant Banners - Supplement One: The Ancestry of Nelson Higgins (Ogden, Utah: Kay Lundell, c1990,  pages, LDS FHL Microfilm #1597612), Family Group Sheet of Thomas Doggett and Elizabeth Blake. Supplement One traces the ancestry of Mary Daggett, the mother of Nelson Higgins (1806-1890). Nelson was the subject of Kay Lundell's earlier work, "Triumphant Banners".
The supplement's primary focus is on Mary's parents, Mayhew Daggett and Esther Atwater and includes their biographies as well as about 60 family group sheets tracing the Daggett and Atwater lines. The parentage of Mayhew Daggett runs counter to the 1894 genealogy of Samuel and George Daggett and hence to many of the genealogies submitted to the LDS and to online databases. See the notes on Mayhew Daggett (born 1730) for additional clarification. Ms. Lundell's sources on the family group sheet for Mayhew, his marriage and children are appended as detail in this database.
Vital Records of Attleborough, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849 (Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1934 [745 pages]), p. 90.
Ibid, p. 725.
Cemetery Records, newenglandancestors.org online database of cemetery inscriptions. Sweet, Mrs. Naomi wife Mr. Ebenezer Sweet d. June 22, 1776 in 35 y.
Vital Records of Attleborough, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849 (Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1934 [745 pages]), p. 252.
Ibid, p. 391.