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Wesley Gaius Sears
Birth*: 1853
Death*: 1929

Family:

Mary Jane Baker b. 2 December 1853, d. 1925

Children:

Cynthia Sears+ d. Deceased
Wesley Sears d. Deceased
Winifred Sears+ d. Deceased
William Sears d. Deceased
Stewart Sears d. Deceased
Jack Sears d. Deceased
Joseph Allen Sears d. Deceased
Louise Sears d. Deceased
Harris Albert Sears d. Deceased
Beulah Sears d. Deceased
Child Sears d. Deceased
James Lewis Sears+ b. 2 Aug 1871, d. 1923
Jacob Sears b. bt 1872 - 1873, d. Deceased
Jacob H. Sears+ b. 1873, d. 1942
Mary W. Sears b. 12 Sep 1880, d. 30 Sep 1947
Margaret M. Sears+ b. 1888, d. 1911

William Sears
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Death*: Deceased

Parents:

Father: Wesley Gaius Sears b. 1853, d. 1929
Mother: Mary Jane Baker b. 2 December 1853, d. 1925

Winifred Sears
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Death*: Deceased

Parents:

Father: Wesley Gaius Sears b. 1853, d. 1929
Mother: Mary Jane Baker b. 2 December 1853, d. 1925

Family:

Rodney Hickey d. Deceased

Anna Seaton
Marriage*: Principal=Thomas Marjoribanks

Family:

Thomas Marjoribanks b. 1645, d. 1704

Children:

Andrew Marjoribanks+ b. 1678, d. 1742

Olivia Maude Sebring
Birth*: 13 January 1911, Clarence, Erie Co, New York
Marriage*: 15 October 1929, Clarence, Erie Co, New York, Principal=Harold Wilson Cory
Death*: 16 December 1985, Clarence, Erie Co, New York

Family:

Harold Wilson Cory b. 5 June 1911, d. 2 May 1988

James Secor
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Esther Clark d. Deceased

Children:

Mary Jane Secor b. 12 Jan 1820, d. 3 Mar 1885

James E Secor
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1833
Marriage*: 25 March 1852, Principal=Mary Jane Cory

Family:

Mary Jane Cory b. 27 January 1833

Mary Jane Secor
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Birth*: 12 January 1820
Death*: 3 March 1885

Parents:

Father: James Secor d. Deceased
Mother: Esther Clark d. Deceased

Catherine Secord
Birth*: circa 1720, New York
Marriage*: circa 1741, New York, Principal=Daniel Gerow

Family:

Daniel Gerow b. circa 1716

Children:

Capt. Isaac Gerow+ b. 11 Oct 1742, d. 25 Jul 1788

Elias Secord
Note*: A Loyalist, he was evacuated to New Brunswick, Canada in 1783.
Birth*: 1748, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 12 September 1779, New York, New York County, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Abigail Babcock
Death*: 1838

Family:

Abigail Babcock b. 1759, d. 1839

Children:

John Secord , Capt.+ b. 1791, d. 1889

Emily Maria Secord
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Marriage*: Principal=William Henry Dykeman
Birth*: 4 February 1841
Death*: 1912

Parents:

Father: John Secord , Capt. b. 1791, d. 1889
Mother: Sybil Green b. 1797, d. 1881

Family:

William Henry Dykeman

Children:

Jefferson Melbourne Dykeman+ b. 25 Dec 1863, d. 20 Apr 1941
Ella M. Dykeman+ b. 1866

John Secord , Capt.
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Marriage*: Principal=Sybil Green
Birth*: 1791, Of Long Creek, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 1889

Parents:

Father: Elias Secord b. 1748, d. 1838
Mother: Abigail Babcock b. 1759, d. 1839

Family:

Sybil Green b. 1797, d. 1881

Children:

Emily Maria Secord+ b. 4 Feb 1841, d. 1912

Margaret Sedgewick
Marriage*: Principal=Bernard Marjoribank

Family:

Bernard Marjoribank b. 1766, d. 1828

Children:

James Marchbank+ b. 1794, d. a 1876

Mellen Sedgley
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: Principal=Mary (Molley) A Clark
Birth*: circa 1850

Family:

Mary (Molley) A Clark b. 8 February 1850, d. 8 August 1925

Emelie See
Birth*: circa 1899
Marriage*: circa 1930, Principal=Kenneth Roger Mitchell
Death*: 17 March 1989

Family:

Kenneth Roger Mitchell b. 8 May 1897, d. 24 March 1959

Alice Jane 'Jenny' Seeley
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Marriage*: Principal=Jack Frye
Birth*: 16 January 1885
Marriage*: 18 February 1903, Principal=Floyd Merton Ingraham
Death*: 20 July 1978, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Family 1:

Floyd Merton Ingraham b. 16 January 1885

Family 2:

Jack Frye

Children:

Floyd Seeley Ingraham+ b. 12 May 1906
Floyd Seeley Ingraham+ b. 12 May 1906
Merle Ingraham+ b. 17 May 1909
Merle Ingraham+ b. 17 May 1909

Austin Seeley
Event-Misc*: Magnolia Cemetery, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A., Type: Fact #1
Burial*: Magnolia Cemetery, Magnolia, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Marriage*: Principal=Jane Durham
Birth*: 15 November 1826
Death*: 10 December 1894

Family:

Jane Durham b. 26 January 1835, d. 5 April 1910

Children:

Frederick Brice Seeley+ b. 7 Sep 1859, d. 1 Nov 1944

Benjamin R. Seeley
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Birth*: 15 June 1888, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Death*: 18 July 1889, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Claissa Jane Seeley
Marriage*: Principal=Theophilus Ring Estey
Birth*:

Family:

Theophilus Ring Estey

Children:

Charlotte 'Lottie' Elizabeth Estey b. 2 Apr 1846, d. 30 Apr 1883

Frederick 'Guy' Guy Seeley
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Note*: FREDERICK GUY SEELEY HISTORY (1st son of FredBrice Seeley) Brother of Mary Gertrude Morris (neeSeeley) Mahoney (as written to Edward Hiram and Evelyn Mae (nee Nilson) Mahoney by MaryRuth Stiles (nee Seeley) Beneke Jan 1983 Dad homesteaded in eastern Montana miles from nowhere in about 1914and built a dugout where Mona and he lived the first few years of theirlife. My mother was going to school, your mother was your teacher. It’swhere my dad met her. Later my mother taught school, even after I wasborn, riding horseback to her school and leaving my brother Evert and mewith her sister. They built a little one room cabin and I was born in it. It stillstands today (Jan. 1983). A few years back I visited it and it lookedjust like I remembered it. Later they built a large log house. It burnedin 1947. When Evert and I were ready for high school, Dad sold the ranch andwe moved to Broadus, 50 miles away. We all went to high school there.This was in 1932. In 1942 they moved to California for the rest of theirlives.
Birth*: 9 January 1893, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Marriage*: October 1916, Principal=Mattie Ruth 'Mona' Bear
Death*: 24 November 1965, Riverside, Riverside County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Family:

Mattie Ruth 'Mona' Bear b. 2 September 1896, d. 6 May 1965

Children:

Guy Everett Seeley b. 21 Aug 1917, d. 5 Jan 1982
Kenneth Lee Seeley+ b. 31 Aug 1921, d. 25 Jul 1990

Frederick Brice Seeley
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Birth*: 7 September 1859
Marriage*: 31 December 1882, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Ann Cox
Marriage*: 21 December 1899, Principal=Emma Rees
Death*: 1 November 1944, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Austin Seeley b. 15 November 1826, d. 10 December 1894
Mother: Jane Durham b. 26 January 1835, d. 5 April 1910

Family 1:

Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Children:

Oscar H. Seeley b. 3 Oct 1883, d. 3 Oct 1883
Alice Jane 'Jenny' Seeley+ b. 16 Jan 1885, d. 20 Jul 1978
Mary 'Gert' Gertrude Seeley+ b. 28 Jun 1886, d. 15 Apr 1965
Benjamin R. Seeley b. 15 Jun 1888, d. 18 Jul 1889
Issac Newton Seeley b. 3 Sep 1890, d. 27 Dec 1890
Nellie A. Seeley b. 31 Oct 1891, d. 5 Aug 1892
Frederick 'Guy' Guy Seeley+ b. 9 Jan 1893, d. 24 Nov 1965

Family 2:

Emma Rees b. 1864, d. 10 February 1956

Children:

Opal P. Seeley b. 19 Feb 1902, d. 26 Feb 1902
Worth D. Seeley b. 1 Oct 1903
Kenneth M. Seeley b. 14 Apr 1905, d. 5 Oct 1934

Guy Everett Seeley
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Address*: 6831 5th St. Rio Linda California 95893 U.S.A.
Birth*: 21 August 1917
Marriage*: 22 February 1947, Principal=Josephine Williams
Death*: 5 January 1982

Parents:

Father: Frederick 'Guy' Guy Seeley b. 9 January 1893, d. 24 November 1965
Mother: Mattie Ruth 'Mona' Bear b. 2 September 1896, d. 6 May 1965

Family:

Josephine Williams b. 11 May 1920, d. 5 January 1982

Issac Newton Seeley
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Birth*: 3 September 1890, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Death*: 27 December 1890, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Kenneth Lee Seeley
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Birth*: 31 August 1921
Death*: 25 July 1990

Parents:

Father: Frederick 'Guy' Guy Seeley b. 9 January 1893, d. 24 November 1965
Mother: Mattie Ruth 'Mona' Bear b. 2 September 1896, d. 6 May 1965

Family:

Children:

Robert 'Bob' Lee Seeley+ b. 17 Mar 1943

Kenneth M. Seeley
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Birth*: 14 April 1905
Death*: 5 October 1934

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Emma Rees b. 1864, d. 10 February 1956

Mary Seeley
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: 1843, Principal=David Tompkins

Family:

David Tompkins b. 22 February 1801, d. 5 May 1879

Mary 'Gert' Gertrude Seeley
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Event-Misc*: Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A., Type: Fact #1
Note*: AUTO-BIOGRAPHY OF MARY GERTRUDE MORRISSEELEY It was in the spring of 1905 that we came from Iowa to Alva, CrookCounty, Wyoming, my sister, Alice Jane 'Jenny' (Seeley) Ingraham, AmyMahoney, and Will Mahoney. We came to John Thomas Mahoney's home one milesouth of Alva. Alva was only a Post Office and the family of Ed and Sarah (Mahoney) McWilliams lived in the same building, and cared for the Post Office. We enjoyed the hospitality of the John Thomas Mahoney family for threeweeks, getting acquainted with 'Aunt Hattie' (Harriett Hall) as she wascalled by many friends in this part of the country, and Ben (BenjaminFranklin Mahoney) who was about eleven years old at the time. I had contracted to teach the at Alva School before coming from Iowa, andbegan teaching three weeks after I came. Some of the children who came to school the first term were, Ethel McWilliams (who married Dr. Clarence Spradling), Nina Ellen Morris (who afew years later became the wife of Benjamin Franklin Mahoney, BenMahoney, Robert and Milo Fry, Jack, Ada, and Mattie Ruth Bear and SteveNevil. Hirum Mahoney’s family lived farther up Lame Jones Creek, John and Hirumcame from Magnolia, Iowa in 1877. Afterwards they moved to CentennialPrairie, between Spearfish and Whitewood and from there to Alva in 1886and filed on claims of land. They both lived on these until death took them. Farther on up Lame Jones Creek, about a mile from Hirum Mahoney’s ranch,Dana Simmons lived on another ranch. His wife was Lena Taylor. After several years, Dan and Belle Ruland and their son Dillon moved toAlva and took the Alva Post Office to care for. Also had a grocery storein Alva. Mrs. Ruland had three children, two daughters and a son from aformer marriage, to Charles Worthington French (who deserted her), Lulu,Lana, and Victor French. Belle Ruland united with the Reorganized Church the same time I joinedand afterwards we had many good visits along gospel lines. Bud Morris and family lived about a mile from Alva at the foot of theBear Lodge Mountains. He ran a blacksmith shop and built a home up thereand lived there for many years. Uncle Jake and Sally Wood and family came into the Alva vicinity severalyears before 1905. He was the promoter of getting churches built in thecountry. Many of the early residents donated material and work towardsbuilding two community churches, one in Alva and one in Hulett. Ed McWilliams donated the land the Alva church was built on, with theunderstanding in writing that it would always be a community church, tobe used by all church denominations. Hirum Mahoney preach the gospel in the early days, having been ordainedan Elder by Elder Morgan who came in for a short series of sermons in theAlva church. I was baptized into the Christian Church in Iowa, since my mother, MarySeeley preferred that church. But after more study of the Bible, I foundthe Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of The Latter Day Saints to be inmore harmony with truths of the Bible teachings, and was baptized againinto that church. Steve Morris, my husband, was baptized at the same timeby Elder James Kelly from Independence, Missouri who came into our Alva community to hold services and visitmembers of the church. In 1908 I married Steve Morris. When Joe was four months old, Steve andHenry Nevil were taking horses to Canada to sell: en route during a badelectrical storm Steve was killed by lightning. He was holding the poleon their tepee which was struck. It was one year from the time of hisbaptisms, 30 June, 1912, leaving me a widow with two children to support,Mary Ellen and Joseph Albro Morris. We had 3 1/2 years of a happymarried life before he was taken from me. When I first came to Wyoming most every one traveled on horse back orwith buggies and team. There was much land open for filing on homesteads. When I became 21, I filed on 160 acres of land near Deer Creek while Iwas boarding with the Frank Heinbaugh family there and teaching theirschool. Mr. Heinbaugh located my ranch for me. Seven of their nine children came to my school. They were a fine familyand I enjoyed my stay with them. While teaching my first term of school in Alva, I rode four miles toschool as I was boarding with my sister’s family who were living on theold Snyder place. I faced a blizzard from up there to Alva in May and said I was going backto Iowa where it didn't’t snow in May, as soon as my school was out.That was 54 years ago and I am still here, living in Hulett at thepresent time (1959). Aunt Hattie Mahoney died in 1909 and left John and Ben very lonely. Shewas a good wife and mother and a very dear friend of mine. We had manygood times together. She was one of the early pioneers of Wyoming andtold me there had been periods of six months that she did not see a woman. Aunt Sally Wood, Uncle Jake’s wife was another honest hearted good womanof the Alva community. I stayed with her at nights for a week and milkedher cows while her men folks were gone. They lived on Beaver Creek abouta mile from the Alva school where I was teaching. After Steve was killed, I kept house for John Thomas Mahoney, keeping mytwo children with me in his house. After three and one half years wewere married. We had twenty years of happy married life until he died 30 September,1936 at the age of eighty years of age. We had five children, Frederick, Alice, John, Lloyd and Edward. Lloyddied 25 April, 1929. Cause of death was sugar diabetes. Joe Morris, Steve’s and my son, enlisted in the air force and became aLieutenant Colonel. He married Berniece Lown of Spearfish, SouthDakota. They were in Pearl Harbor at the time of the Japanese attack.He was gone three days following the initial attack before his wife sawor heard from him. He was shot down over Elbeuf, France in a fighterplane. His body was never found. We lived on our ranch near Alva for two more years after my husbandJohn’s death, and then moved to Hulett, Wyoming where I am still living,very thankful to have a comfortable modern home. All of our family are married and some living far away. There have been many changes in living conditions since I first came toWyoming. We have electricity and many conveniences we didn't’t have then, whichdoes not make us any happier or more contented than we were 50 years ago. This account is stated in the book - 'Hulett Area Past and Present', inHonor of CROOK COUNTY CENTENNIAL 1885 - 1985, Compiled, Published andDistributed by Hulett Area Senior Citizens, Incorporated, Printed by SandCreek Printing, Belle Fourche, South Dakota 1985 and written by MaryGertrude (Morris) (nee Seeley) Mahoney in 1959. This account below is stated on pages 307 and 308 in the book -'Pioneers Of Crook County 1876 - 1920', by the Crook County HistoricalSociety, Crook County, Wyoming, Copyright 1981. Mary Gertrude Seely was born June 28, 1886 at Woodbine, Iowa. Shecame to Wyoming as a young girl to teach school. She taught at Alva,Wyoming and the Bear Creek School. She homesteaded on land on Deer Creekin north central Crook County where she lived long enough to prove up onit. She sold it to Lou Ford. In 1908 she married Steve Morris. They had two children, Mary Ellen andJoseph Albro. When Joe was four months old, Steve Morris and Henry Nevilwere taking horses to Canada to sell; en route during a bad electricalstorm Steve was killed by lightning. He was holding the pole on theirtepee which was struck. Being left with two small children to support,and not wanting to leave them to teach school - she was hired by JohnMahoney, a widower who owned a large ranch and raised registered Herefordcattle and registered Belgian horses. She worked as housekeeper for himfor about three years and then they were married. They had fivechildren: Fred Thomas, Alice Marie, John Seeley, Lloyd David and EdwardHiram. The children were all born at their home at Alva, Wyoming (onemile south). Mrs Parkins always came as midwife and Doctor Boswick ofHulett, was the doctor. The children all went to grade school at Alva. Some of their teacherswere Mr. Jones, Edna Morris (Glen), Mrs. Cole, Mildred Colvin (L.Ripley), Rose Sorenson (Nielson, Copland) and Agnes Engle (Elmer). Theyall attended high school at Hulett, Wyoming. Joe Morris enlisted in the air force and became a Colonel. He MarriedBernice Lown of Spearfish, South Dakota. They were in Peal Harbor at thetime of the Japanese attack. He was gone three days following theinitial attack before his wife saw or heard from him. He was shot downover Elbeuf, France during the war. His body was never found. Mary Ellen Morris married Harry Turner, who was a butcher by trade andthey had three boys, Jim, Fred, and Sam. They all live at Bremerton,Washinton. Fred Mahoney married Jean Bush, daughter of Herb Bush in 1942 and theyhad four children, Jerry Lynn, Karen, Sarah and Paul. Their home is atRandolph, Minnesota. He has been a commercial airplane pilot for BraniffAirlines for many years. Alice married W. S. 'Chub' Long in 1936 and they had five children: Dan,William, Dave, Lorrie and Lucy. Baby William died at birth. John Mahoney Married Neil Willson, daughter of Earl and Bea Willson.They had eight children: Darlene LaNette, Joan, Mike, Gaylord Vonn,Sheryl, Linda (who died in infancy), Nena Bea and Marla. The couple arenow divorced and John is married again and resides in Tucson, Arizona.They have one son, Todd Mahoney. Lloyd died in 1929 of diabetes. Ed married Evelyn Nilson, daughter of Roy and Garnet Nilson. They havefour children; Linda, Roy, Bruce and Sandra. Ed is an electricalResearch engineer and had been in the employ of a large SeismographCorporation, in Tulsa, Oklahoma for many years. 'Aunt Gertie' as she was called by most everyone who knew her, wasrespected and loved by all. She had a strong faith in God and was a longtime member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter DaySaints. During the depression years of the thirties and after her husband haddied, they lost the ranch. She moved to Hulett, Wyoming where she taughtmusic and took high school students to board and room. As stated above, this was stated on page 307 and 308 in the book --'Pioneers Of Crook County 1876 - 1920'.
Birth*: 28 June 1886, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 19 December 1908, Principal=Stephen Albro Morris
Marriage*: 22 December 1915, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, U.S.A., Principal=John Thomas Mahoney
Death*: 15 April 1965, Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota, U.S.A., Unknown GEDCOM info: Blood clot
Burial*: 19 April 1965, Lot 77, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Family 1:

Marriage*: 19 December 1908, Principal=Stephen Albro Morris

Stephen Albro Morris b. 12 August 1879, d. 30 June 1912

Children:

Joseph 'Joe' Albro Morris b. 8 Dec 1912, d. 16 Aug 1943

Family 2:

Marriage*: 22 December 1915, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, U.S.A., Principal=John Thomas Mahoney

John Thomas Mahoney b. 4 July 1856, d. 30 September 1936

Children:

Lloyd David Mahoney b. 13 May 1923, d. 29 Apr 1929

Nellie A. Seeley
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Birth*: 31 October 1891, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Death*: 5 August 1892, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Opal P. Seeley
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Birth*: 19 February 1902
Death*: 26 February 1902

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Emma Rees b. 1864, d. 10 February 1956

Oscar H. Seeley
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Death*: 3 October 1883
Birth*: 3 October 1883

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Mary Ann Cox b. 13 October 1865, d. 27 June 1899

Robert 'Bob' Lee Seeley
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Address*: 4560 W. Evans Ave. Denver Colorado 80200
Death:
Death*:
Birth*: 17 March 1943

Parents:

Father: Kenneth Lee Seeley b. 31 August 1921, d. 25 July 1990

Worth D. Seeley
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Birth*: 1 October 1903

Parents:

Father: Frederick Brice Seeley b. 7 September 1859, d. 1 November 1944
Mother: Emma Rees b. 1864, d. 10 February 1956

Caroline Seely
Marriage*: Principal=Walter D. Thompson

Family:

Walter D. Thompson

Children:

Marion Thompson+ b. 9 May 1899

Frank Barrows Seely
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: Presbyterian minister of Kingston, New York
Birth*: 10 May 1872

Parents:

Father: Frank H. Seely , Rev. d. 1885
Mother: Martha Crook Weeks b. 23 August 1842, d. 11 May 1872

Frank H. Seely , Rev.
Marriage*: 27 June 1866, Principal=Martha Crook Weeks
Death*: 1885, Delhi, New York

Family:

Martha Crook Weeks b. 23 August 1842, d. 11 May 1872

Children:

George Weeks Seely b. 19 Jun 1868, d. UNKNOWN
Louise M. Seely b. 6 May 1870, d. UNKNOWN
Frank Barrows Seely b. 10 May 1872, d. UNKNOWN

George Weeks Seely
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: A clothing merchant of Taunton, Mass.
Birth*: 19 June 1868

Parents:

Father: Frank H. Seely , Rev. d. 1885
Mother: Martha Crook Weeks b. 23 August 1842, d. 11 May 1872

Jessie Seely
Death*: Deceased

Family:

John Ward d. Deceased

Lindsay Seely
Death*: Deceased

Louise M. Seely
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 6 May 1870

Parents:

Father: Frank H. Seely , Rev. d. 1885
Mother: Martha Crook Weeks b. 23 August 1842, d. 11 May 1872

Ann Nancy Segar
Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: both of South Kingstown at marriage. m. by George Hazard Peckham, JP, Principal=Samuel J Potter
Note*: dau. of Joseph Segar
Marriage*: 10 September 1788, South Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island, Principal=Samuel J Potter

Family:

Samuel J Potter b. 1753, d. 1804

Children:

Isaac Fenner Potter+ b. 8 Jul 1796, d. 31 Dec 1883

John Segar
Note*: Son of John2, Richard1, Segar. He and Alice had 14 children.
Birth*: 3 May 1684
Marriage*: 1 March 1707/8, Principal=Alice Hull
Death*: October 1753

Family:

Alice Hull b. after 1676, d. UNKNOWN

Judith Segar
Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: of Kingston, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 3 October 1717, South Kingstown, Rhode Island, Principal=John Taylor

Family:

John Taylor d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Judith Taylor+ b. 13 Feb 1719/20, d. UNKNOWN

Lola Segar
Note*: dau. of Daniel & Loretta
Birth*: 1868
Marriage*: 1890, Principal=Walter Edwards Dyer
Death*: 1893

Family:

Walter Edwards Dyer b. circa 1868, d. 23 April 1949

Children:

Lola Segar Dyer+ b. 1893, d. 1917

Mary Segar
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Joseph Brightman b. circa 1816, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Emma Jane Brightman+ b. 1854, d. a 1880

Amanda Susan Self
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Jessie Franklin Van Meter d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Hannah Catherine Van Meter d. UNKNOWN

Elsie Selke
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Birth*: 1903, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1927, Des Plaines, Illinois, U.S.A., Principal=Harry F. Heppner
Death*: 1955, Melrose Park, Illinois, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: William Selke d. Deceased
Mother: Adeline Rateike d. Deceased

Family:

Harry F. Heppner b. 19 April 1905

William Selke
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Adeline Rateike d. Deceased

Children:

Elsie Selke+ b. 1903, d. 1955

Emma Mae Selkirk
Birth*: 18 April 1894, Highland Mills, New York, USA
Marriage*: 25 December 1913, Principal=Roy Wiggins

Family:

Roy Wiggins b. 31 May 1889

Kenneth Walter Sell
Birth*: 29 April 1931, Bismarck, Burleigh, North Dakota, U.S.A.
Death*: 17 October 1996, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

Sybil Selleck
Birth*: 27 August 1846, Sudbury, Vermont
Death*: 13 August 1935

Family:

Hiram S. Buttles b. 20 January 1842, d. 1913

Children:

Arthur Lorrid Buttles+ b. 2 Mar 1888, d. Sep 1948


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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