Sewell Ford (1868 - 1946)
Sewell Ford, who is best remembered for his "Torchy" and "Shorty McCabe" stories, was born on 07 March, 1868, at South Levant, Maine, the son of John F. and Susan "Lottie" Morrill Ford. Sewell spent much of his youth in Cheboygan, Michigan, where his father was the local postmaster. Later his family moved to Haverhill, Massachusetts, where his father worked as a procurement clerk and Sewell studied Latin for four years.
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