Noted events in her life were:
1. Appearance in Document, 27 Feb 1686, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. Will of Edmond Dennis leaves 500 acres to Mary Doyne, daughter of Joshua Doyne. Gerrard Van Swearingen is executor. Made 27 Feb 1686. (Calvert Co Wills, Liber 7, folio 41-42)
2. Appearance in Document, 1 Jun 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3713 From Jane Sweringen of Prince George's county, widow, to Samuel Sweringen of Prince George's County, her son. Samuel agrees to all debts and provide for his mother during her life giving her 600 pounds of tobacco beginning in the year 1717 and shall give a feather bed, furniture, iron pot, hooks, pail, great chest, two plates, and a cow and calf; to her son John one cow; to Samuel all her goods, chattle, investments, cattle, etc. Memo: I, Jane Sweringen, to have one mare and her increase called Flury and one orphan boy by the name of Samuel Browne (Liber F, folio 553).
3. Story. 3703 John Vansweringen was son of Thomas Vansweringen and Jane Doyne Hyde (Spring 1980 issue of Maryland Magazine of Genealogy). [Thus Jane's maiden name is Doyne and perhaps she previously married a Hyde]
4. Story. From Chronicles of St Mary's, published by St Mary's Co Historical Society: Jane Doyne will 7 Oct 1738 (Liber T A #1 Folio 108)
5. Story. From "Early Charles County, Maryland Settlers" by Marlene Strawser Bates, 1995:
Jane married Thomas SWEARINGEN, son of Gerret VAN SWEARINGEN and Barbara DE BARRETTE. (Thomas SWEARINGEN was born about 1665 in St Mary's, St Mary's County, Maryland, United States and died in 1710 in Somerset County, Maryland, United States.)