Clayton F. Secord

M, (2 June 1866 - 1936)
     Clayton F. Secord was born on 2 June 1866 at NY, USA. He married Susan( Susie) Baker at NY circa 1890. Clayton F. Secord died in 1936 at Delaware County, NY, USA. He was buried at East Branch Cemetery, at East Branch, Delaware County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=16 Nov 2016

Family: Clayton F. Secord and Susan( Susie) Baker

Eliza Betsey Secord

F, (1838 - 22 December 1907)
     Eliza Betsey Secord was born in 1838 at NY, USA. She married Abraham Swick Dean, son of William Dean and Margaret Swick, at NY. Eliza Betsey Secord died on 22 December 1907 at Schuyler County, NY, USA. She was buried at Jones Cemetery, at Schuyler County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=26 Dec 2014

Children of Eliza Betsey Secord and Abraham Swick Dean

Myrtle Marcene Seekings

F, (21 January 1888 - 7 August 1958)
     Myrtle Marcene Seekings was born on 21 January 1888 at Ellington Twp, Tuscola County, MI, USA. She married Calvin Francis Hendrick, son of Orson Albert Hendrick and Frances (Fannie) Grace Downing, on 6 November 1906 at MI, USA.1 Myrtle Marcene Seekings died on 7 August 1958 at Caro, Tuscola County, MI, USA, at age 70.

     Parents were Gilbert Seekings and Sophie Fessler.
Myrtle had a second marriage to Herbert C. Spaulding, born about 1877.
Last Edited=12 Apr 2017

Children of Myrtle Marcene Seekings and Calvin Francis Hendrick

Citations

  1. [S409] Michigan Marriage Records 1867 to 1952.

Cora Martha Seel

F, (8 January 1889 - 1 August 1953)
     Cora Martha Seel was born on 8 January 1889 at Bainbridge, Berrien County, MI, USA.1 She was the daughter of William Frederick Seel and Lucinda Arney. Cora Martha Seel died on 1 August 1953 at South Bend, St Joseph County, IN, USA, at age 64. Cora M. Wood.2 She was buried at Saint Joseph Valley Memorial Park, at Grander, St Joseph County, IN, USA. Wife of John F. Wood.
Last Edited=29 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S320] Michigan Birth Index 1775 to 1995.
  2. [S626] Indiana Deaths 1882- 1920.

Hazel Amanda Seel

F, (9 July 1893 - 18 December 1982)
     Hazel Amanda Seel was born on 9 July 1893 at Bainbridge, Berrien County, MI, USA. 1900 census.1 She was the daughter of William Frederick Seel and Lucinda Arney. Hazel Amanda Seel died on 18 December 1982 at Hayward, Sawyer County, WI, USA, at age 89. Hazel Williams.2 She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, at Cable, Bayfield County, WI, USA.
Last Edited=29 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S320] Michigan Birth Index 1775 to 1995.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.

Stella Belle Seel

F, (29 July 1890 - 1 December 1964)
     Stella Belle Seel was born on 29 July 1890 at Bainbridge, Berrien County, MI, USA. 1900 census.1 She was the daughter of William Frederick Seel and Lucinda Arney. Stella Belle Seel died on 1 December 1964 at South Haven, Van Buren County, MI, USA, at age 74.1 She was buried at Keeler Cemetery, at Keeler, Van Buren County, MI, USA.
Last Edited=29 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S865] Michigan Deaths and Burials 1867- 1995.

William Frederick Seel

M, (13 September 1863 - 5 April 1911)
     William Frederick Seel was born on 13 September 1863 at Berrien County, MI, USA. Death Certificate.1 He married Lucinda Arney on 9 March 1887 at Bainbridge, Berrien County, MI, USA. He married Cordelia (Delia) Valencourt at Copemish, Manistee County, MI, USA, on 5 November 1908.2 William Frederick Seel appeared on the census of 1910 at Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, USA. The census lists the family as: William Seal, 47, married 3rd time, 1 year, born MI, parents born Germany; wife Delia, 39, married 2nd time, 1 year, 3 children, 3 living; dau Hatta b, 19, born MI; dau Hazel A., 16, born MI; step dau Clara M., 14, born MI; step dau Elsie H., 13, born MI; step son Harold H. 11, born MI.. He died on 5 April 1911 at Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, at age 47.1 He was buried at Crystal Springs Cemetery, at Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, USA.

     At the 1910 census of Benton Harbor, MI, William is head of the household, with wife Cordelia and her children by her first marriage; Elsie, Clara and Harold.
     At the 1900 census he is a widower with his children.
Last Edited=21 Apr 2011

Children of William Frederick Seel and Lucinda Arney

Family: William Frederick Seel and Cordelia (Delia) Valencourt

Citations

  1. [S985] William Frederick Seel, Copy.
  2. [S462] Michigan Marriage Records 1868 - 1925.

Michelle Ann Seeley1

F
     Michelle Ann Seeley is the daughter of Roger Elmer Hill and Janis Lee Masters.
Last Edited=19 May 1999

Citations

  1. [S337] Janis Masters Hill,.

Barry L. Segall

M
     He married Ardith Elaine Bonney at Comal County, TX, USA, on 15 June 1980. Elaine R. Bonney.1 Barry L. Segall and Ardith Elaine Bonney were divorced on 23 May 2001 at Comal County, TX. TX Divorce Index 1968 to 2011.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2016

Family: Barry L. Segall and Ardith Elaine Bonney

Citations

  1. [S141] Texas Marriage Index 1814-1909 & 1966-2002.

Alexander Whiteside Semple

M, (1808 - 14 December 1889)
     Alexander Whiteside Semple was born in 1808 at Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA, USA. He married Mary Finley in 1831 at Washington County, PA, USA. Alexander Whiteside Semple appeared on the census of 1860 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. The census lists the family as: Alexander Semple, 57, Dentist, born PA; Mary, 47, born PA; dau Julia, 24, at home, born OH, dau Mary, missionary teacher, born OH ; dau Emma, 20, at home, born OH; day Margaretta, 18, student, born OH; dau Hattie, 14, born OH; son Charles, 11, born OH; dau Fannie, 11, born OH.. He died on 14 December 1889 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH. Ernest Trice Thompson in Presbyterian Missions in the Southern United States, says that Mary was a cultured young society girl who had cane to Indian Territory by boat and wagon in 1856 at the age of nineteen. She married Henry while at Bennington in 1860. Mary taught school and the family lived in Caddo from 1883 to 1887, and then in Paul's Valley until 1891, and then Wynnewood for the next five years. She was placed in charge of the Oklahoma Presbyterian College for Girls after its formation in 1896. With the able assistance of her son Ebenezer, this school grew. Mary consecrated her life and her forty years of service to the Indians. Besides being a teacher, she worked as a friend, nurse, doctor and spiritual advisor. Into her classroom at every station she carried her bible and taught it just as she taught her regular classes. It was a habit of hers to give away marked copies of the New Testament. Her last words as she lay dying were "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet." Mary's piousness was shown by an event that happened late in her life when she was returning from Oregon to Oklahoma where she had been ministering to the Klamath Indians and visiting her son Alex. Her children were waiting for her at the train station but she did not return as expected. They found her the following day getting off the train and her explanation was that it had been a Sunday and she felt that she must not ride the train on a day that she should be in church. She had made a stop to attend church. Mary is buried in the Stigler City Cemetery under a white marble stone, that the Compiler had to remove the weeds from to read the inscription, "Came to Indian Territory as a Missionary to the Choctaw Indians in 1857. Taught for 40 years among the Choctaws and Chickasaws."
Her obituary, published in the Durant newspaper (name and date not on the clipping), is worth copying completely. "The death of Mrs. Hotchkin on last Friday evening at Stigler, Oklahoma marked the passage of a long life in the Indian service. During the past three years her work has been among the Klamath Indians of Oregon. Last January the department gave her a vacation and she came east to visit her son, E. Hotchkin, of this place, and two daughters, Hettie McIntire and Lucy K. Forrest of Stigler, OK. She suffered a stroke of paralysis in July and lingered in a paralyzed condition until August 31 when she died. Mrs. Hotchkin was born in 1836 in Steubenville, Ohio. She came to the Choctaw country as a mission teacher in 1857. The journey was a memorable one . . . down the Mississippi by boat to Gaines Landing and across the state of Arkansas in wagons. Her first year was at Wheelock. The children were all Indian , none of them knew any English and she knew no Choctaw. Yet at the end of the year, she knew Choctaw and they could speak and write English. She taught Indian schools 40 consecutive years, teaching at Wheelock, Goodwater, Mayhew, Old Bennington, Caddo, Chikika, Wynnewood, and Durant. She came to Durant in 1896 with her son, E. Hotchkin, and taught in the Calvin Institute. Durant College grew out of this school and later Oklahoma Presbyterian College. Mrs. Hotchkin was married in 1860 to Henry W. Hotchkin, son of Ebenezer Hotchkin, missionary to the Choctaws in Mississippi in 1828. Nine children were born of this union, six of whom are yet living
Mary tells her own story of how she became a Missionary in The Presbyterian Survey, dated Oct 1935. She said that the story started when Dr. Scudder, of India, visited Steubenville, Ohio in 1846 or 1848 and lectured to the Sunday school children in the Second Presbyterian Church. When he closed his lecture, he said, When you go home ask your mother to let you write in your bible, "Mr. Schudder asked me to be a Missionary." Mary did write this in her bible at the age of 10 or 12 years old and over the following years wondered if she were really meant to be a Missionary. Mary says that she was totally unprepared for the hard life in Indian country and at one early point, Dr. Kingsbury offered to send her home.
Shortly after her husband Henry's death Mary had a serious accident. She was thrown from a buggy by a team of young mules and left in the woods for some time with a broken hip. The hip never healed properly and for the rest of her life she walked. He was buried at Union Cemetery, at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=28 May 2016

Children of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley

Charles Alexander Semple

M, (1849 - 11 January 1916)
     Charles Alexander Semple was born in 1849 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. Birth date from findagrave.com. He was the son of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley. Charles Alexander Semple died on 11 January 1916 at Caddo, Bryan County, OK, USA. He was buried at Gethsemane Cemetery, at Caddo, Bryan County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=29 Jul 2016

Emma Semple

F, (1839 - )
     Emma Semple was born in 1839 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. She was the daughter of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley.
Last Edited=10 Dec 2007

Fannie Semple

F, (1848 - )
     Fannie Semple was born in 1848 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. She was the daughter of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley.
Last Edited=10 Dec 2007

Hattie Collier Semple

F, (5 September 1847 - 28 October 1906)
     Hattie Collier Semple was born on 5 September 1847 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. Date from findagrave.com. She was the daughter of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley. Hattie Collier Semple married Franklin Daugherty in 1878 at OH, USA. Married 22 years at the 1900 census.. Hattie Collier Semple died on 28 October 1906 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, at age 59. She was buried at Union Cemetery, at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=24 Dec 2014

Children of Hattie Collier Semple and Franklin Daugherty

Julia Ann Semple

F, (April 1835 - 28 January 1918)
     Julia Ann Semple was born in April 1835 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. She was the daughter of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley. Julia Ann Semple married John C. Mairs in 1861 at Jefferson County, OH, USA. Julia Ann Semple died on 28 January 1918 at Cuyahoga County, OH, USA, at age 82. She was buried at Union Cemetery, at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=24 Dec 2014

Family: Julia Ann Semple and John C. Mairs

Margaretta Semple

F, (17 December 1841 - 25 February 1928)
     Margaretta Semple was born on 17 December 1841 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. Birth date from findagrave.com. She was the daughter of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley. Margaretta Semple died on 25 February 1928 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, at age 86. She was buried at Union Cemetery, at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=24 Dec 2014

Mary Jane Semple1,2

F, (17 July 1836 - 31 August 1917)
Mary Semple Hotchkin, at a Young Age
     Mary Jane Semple was born on 17 July 1836 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA.3 She was the daughter of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley. She married Henry W. Hotchkin at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, on 21 October 1860.4,5 Mary Jane Semple appeared on the census of 1900 at Durant, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. The census lists the family as: Mary J. Hotchkin, age 63, b 7-1836 in OH; dau Lucy K., age 22, b 8-1877 in Ind. Terr; dau Hettie D., age 21, b 1-1879 in Ind. Terr., gs Ebenezer Walner, age 11, b 8-1888 in Ind. Terr., gd Marie Hotchkin, age 11, b 10-1888 in Ind. Terr. 14 184 10 5. She died on 31 August 1917 at Stigler, Haskell County, OK, USA, at age 81.3 She was buried in September 1917 at Stigler Cemetery, at Stigler, Haskell County, OK, USA. This grave has been viewed and photographed by the Compiler.
Row 36, #42.

     Ernest Trice Thompson in Presbyterian Missions in the Southern United States, says that Mary was a cultured young society girl who had cane to Indian Territory by boat and wagon in 1856 at the age of nineteen. She married Henry while at Bennington in 1860. Mary taught school and the family lived in Caddo from 1883 to 1887, and then in Paul’s Valley until 1891, and then Wynnewood for the next five years. She was placed in charge of the Oklahoma Presbyterian College for Girls after its formation in 1896. With the able assistance of her son Ebenezer, this school grew. The school was originally named the Calvin Institute after Rev. C. J. Ralston gave $200 to the Home Missions Committee to establish the school in memory of his son who drowned at the age of 4 years. The school had originally been under the direction of Rev. R. K. Mosely from 1894 to 1896 until the responsibility was given to Mary in 1896. Mary consecrated her life and her forty years of service to the Indians. Besides being a teacher, she worked as a friend, nurse, doctor and spiritual advisor. Into her classroom at every station she carried her bible and taught it just as she taught her regular classes. It was a habit of hers to give away marked copies of the New Testament. Her last words as she lay dying were “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet.” Mary’s piousness was shown by an event that happened late in her life when she was returning from Oregon to Oklahoma where she had been ministering to the Klamath Indians and visiting her son Alex. Her children were waiting for her at the train station but she did not return as expected. They found her the following day getting off the train and her explanation was that it had been a Sunday and she felt that she must not ride the train on a day that she should be in church. She had made a stop to attend church. Mary is buried in the Stigler City Cemetery under a white marble stone, that the Compiler had to remove the weeds from to read the inscription, “Came to Indian Territory as a Missionary to the Choctaw Indians in 1857. Taught for 40 years among the Choctaws and Chickasaws.”
     Her obituary, published in the Durant newspaper (name and date not on the clipping), is worth copying completely. “The death of Mrs. Hotchkin on last Friday evening at Stigler, Oklahoma marked the passage of a long life in the Indian service. During the past three years her work has been among the Klamath Indians of Oregon. Last January the department gave her a vacation and she came east to visit her son, E. Hotchkin, of this place, and two daughters, Hettie McIntire and Lucy K. Forrest of Stigler, OK. She suffered a stroke of paralysis in July and lingered in a paralyzed condition until August 31 when she died. Mrs. Hotchkin was born in 1836 in Steubenville, Ohio. She came to the Choctaw country as a mission teacher in 1857. The journey was a memorable one . . . down the Mississippi by boat to Gaines Landing and across the state of Arkansas in wagons. Her first year was at Wheelock. The children were all Indian , none of them knew any English and she knew no Choctaw. Yet at the end of the year, she knew Choctaw and they could speak and write English. She taught Indian schools 40 consecutive years, teaching at Wheelock, Goodwater, Mayhew, Old Bennington, Caddo, Chikika, Wynnewood, and Durant. She came to Durant in 1896 with her son, E. Hotchkin, and taught in the Calvin Institute. Durant College grew out of this school and later Oklahoma Presbyterian College. Mrs. Hotchkin was married in 1860 to Henry W. Hotchkin, son of Ebenezer Hotchkin, missionary to the Choctaws in Mississippi in 1828. Nine children were born of this union, six of whom are yet living. Mr. Charley Semple of Caddo, now deceased, was her youngest brother. He came with her from Steubenville, Ohio, in the 60’s and made his home here with her. Many older citizens of Durant remember well the deceased, and it is for them that these words are written.”
     Mary tells her own story of how she became a Missionary in The Presbyterian Survey, dated Oct 1935. She said that the story started when Dr. Scudder, of India, visited Steubenville, Ohio in 1846 or 1848 and lectured to the Sundayschool children in the Second Presbyterian Church. When he closed his lecture, he said, When you go home ask your mother to let you write in your bible, “Mr. Schudder asked me to be a Missionary.” Mary did write this in her bible at the age of 10 or 12 years old and over the following years wondered if she were really meant to be a Missionary. Mary says that she was totally unprepared for the hard life in Indian country and at one early point, Dr. Kingsbury offered to send her home.
     Shortly after her husband Henry's death Mary had a serious accident. she was thrown from a buggy by a team of young mules and left in the woods for some time with a broken hip. The hip never healed properly and for the rest of her life she walked with crutches.
     Much of this story is told by her son Ebenezer, as he remembers it told to him by his mother but unfortunely there are almost no dates in the biography.6,7,8,9,10
Last Edited=14 Jan 2014

Children of Mary Jane Semple and Henry W. Hotchkin

Citations

  1. [S155] Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol 27, pg 22.
  2. [S712] Rememberance of Mary Semple Hotchkin by her and Ebenezer Hotchkin.
  3. [S163]
  4. [S155] Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol 17, pg 444.
  5. [S155] Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol 24, pg 444.
  6. [S155] Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol 21, pg 193.
  7. [S504] Mary Semple Hotchkin, "How I Became A Missionary."
  8. [S81] Ernest Trice Thompson, Presbyterian Missions in the Southern United States.
  9. [S63] Bryan County Heritage Association, History of Bryan County, Oklahoma, pg 317.
  10. [S753] Life of Mary Semple Hotchkin, The Tulsa World.

William Finley Semple Dr.

M, (1840 - 1923)
     William Finley Semple Dr. was born in 1840 at Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH, USA. Age 38 at the 1870 census of Mt Vernon, OH. He was the son of Alexander Whiteside Semple and Mary Finley. William Finley Semple Dr. died in 1923 at OH, USA. He was buried at Forest Cemetery, at Frederichtown, Knox County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=24 Jul 2017

George E. Settera

M
     He married Dolores Lillian Hotchkin at Carson City, Douglas County, NV, USA, on 14 June 1974.
Last Edited=23 Aug 2014

Family: George E. Settera and Dolores Lillian Hotchkin

Daniel Seward

M, (20 July 1719 - 26 February 1753)
     Daniel Seward was born on 20 July 1719 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He married Martha Seward at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 25 October 1749.2 Daniel Seward died on 26 February 1753 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 33.

     Son of Daniel and Mehitabel Boreman Seward.
Last Edited=24 Jul 2017

Child of Daniel Seward and Martha Seward

Citations

  1. [S17] Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour Collection Connecticut Town Birth Records pre 1870.
  2. [S475] Connecticut Marriage Index 1959-2001.

Edwin Polladare Seward

M, (21 June 1799 - 23 April 1872)
     Edwin Polladare Seward was born on 21 June 1799 at Florida, Orange County, NY, USA.1 He married Mary Eleanor Terry on 3 April 1849 at Florida, Orange County, NY.1 Edwin Polladare Seward died on 23 April 1872 at Florida, Orange County, NY, at age 72.1 He was buried at Florida Cemetery, at Florida, Orange County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=12 Aug 2016

Child of Edwin Polladare Seward and Mary Eleanor Terry

Citations

  1. [S695] Jr. MD Frederich Whittlesey Seward, Obadiah Seward of Long Island and his descendants.

Louisa Cornelia Seward1

F, (10 November 1851 - 25 June 1931)
     Louisa Cornelia Seward was born on 10 November 1851 at Florida, Orange County, NY, USA.2 She was the daughter of Edwin Polladare Seward and Mary Eleanor Terry. She married Samuel Beriah Hotchkin at Florida, Orange County, NY, on 1 January 1873. Marriage date in her obituary..1,2 Louisa Cornelia Seward appeared on the census of 1880 at Florida, Orange County, NY. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Louisa C., age 28, b NY; son Edwin S. age 6, b OH; dau Clara, age 4, b NY; son McLeod, age 1, b NY; they are boarders in the home of Sarah A. Robins. Samuel is now in Las Animas Co., CO.. She died on 25 June 1931 at Medicine Lodge, Barber County, KS, USA, at age 79. Winfield Daily Courier gives a death date of 25 June 1935 and location of death as Medicine Lodge, KS..3 She was buried at Union Cemetery, at Winfield, Cowley County, KS, USA. Compiler viewed these gravestones.
East 1/2, Lot 39, Block 2.

     At the 1880 census of Florida, Orange Co., NY, Louisa and her children are boarders with Sarah A. Robins., while Samuel is in Colorado living with Louisa's brother.
Last Edited=21 Nov 2009

Children of Louisa Cornelia Seward and Samuel Beriah Hotchkin

Citations

  1. [S217] Civil War Pension Records of Samuel B. Hotchkin.
  2. [S695] Jr. MD Frederich Whittlesey Seward, Obadiah Seward of Long Island and his descendants.
  3. [S695] Jr. MD Frederich Whittlesey Seward, Obadiah Seward of Long Island and his descendants, Gives death as 24 June 1931.

Martha Seward

F, (4 January 1724 - )
     Martha Seward was born on 4 January 1724 at Durham, Middlesex County, CT, USA. She married Daniel Seward at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA, on 25 October 1749.1

     Daughter of Caleb Seward and Sarah Carr.
Last Edited=24 Jul 2017

Child of Martha Seward and Daniel Seward

Citations

  1. [S475] Connecticut Marriage Index 1959-2001.

Mary Seward

F, (28 February 1652 - 1688)
     Mary Seward was born on 28 February 1652 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She married John Scranton II on 12 March 1674 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT.1 Mary Seward died in 1688 at East Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=28 Jul 2016

Family: Mary Seward and John Scranton II

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Prudence Seward

F, (4 October 1753 - 7 December 1815)
     Prudence Seward was born on 4 October 1753 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Seward and Martha Seward. She married Reuben Hodgkin at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, circa 1777. Prudence Seward died on 7 December 1815 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 62. Called wife of Rubin, age 62 in Nut Plains Cemetery records..2 She was buried at Nut Plains Cemetery, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.3
Last Edited=18 Jul 2013

Children of Prudence Seward and Reuben Hodgkin

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, pg 1078.
  2. [S163] , gravestone says age 62.
  3. [S178] A. H. Supernor, Guilford, CT Cemetery Inscriptions.

Tamison (Dolly) Seward

F, (14 January 1802 - 1877)
     Tamison (Dolly) Seward was born on 14 January 1802 at Westford, Otsego County, NY, USA. She married Pomeroy Wright on 8 April 1821 at Westford Twp., Otsego County, NY, USA. Tamison (Dolly) Seward died in 1877 at Trenton, Oneida County, NY, USA. She was buried at Westford Cemetery, at Westford, Otsego County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=25 Aug 2016

Child of Tamison (Dolly) Seward and Pomeroy Wright

Ida May Sexton

F, (1873 - 18 April 1898)
     Ida May Sexton was born in 1873 at St Joseph, Buchanan County, MO, USA. She married Charles Leon Wixom, son of Guy Doubleday Wixom and Harriet Rebecca Hotchkin, on 16 November 1897 at Italy, Yates County, NY, USA. Ida May Sexton died on 18 April 1898 at Italy, Yates County, NY.
Naples Record, Wednesday, April 20, 1898
Mrs. Charles Wixom, of Italy Hill, died Sunday April 17.. She was buried at Italy Hill Cemetery, at Branchport, Yates County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=21 May 2013

Family: Ida May Sexton and Charles Leon Wixom

Ida Virginia Sexton

F, (16 June 1890 - 27 May 1970)
Ida Virginia Sexton, wife of Floyd N. Fields and W. B. Hart
     Ida Virginia Sexton was born on 16 June 1890 at Russell County, VA, USA. She married Floyd Nathaniel Fields on 8 November 1906 at Castlewood, Russell County, VA, USA. Marriage Book #2, Page 147, Line 168
Floyd W. Fields of Scott Co., Virginia and Ida V. Sexson of Russell Co., Virginia were married at the home of the bride on November 8, 1906. Marriage preformed by the Reverend Elbert Isaacs of Castlewood, Virginia. According to the Index, Russell county 1853 - 1953 Index, shows where, when and by whom they were married. This page stated that the groom was born in Scott County, 26 years of age, a farmer and was widowed. His parents were Wesley and Martha Fields. The bride was born in Russell Co., 16 years of age and the daughter of WM and Lou Sexton.. Ida Virginia Sexton married W. B. Hart on 8 March 1944. Ida Virginia Sexton left a will in 1957 at St Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL, USA. Last Will and Testament of Ida Virginia (Fields) Hart

     I, Ida V. Hart (Ida V. Fields), legal address 1138 Cherry St., Kingsport, Tennessee, do hereby make, publish and declare this my last Will and Testament. In the manner and form following,
I bequeath my property at 1244 E. Sullivan and 1138 Cherry Streets at my death to my 5 children, namely, Ernest W, Fields, Retha Bevins, Myrtle Moorehouse, Alden Fields, and R. W. Fields, said property is to be rented after my death until all bills are paid including my burial expenses. Also 60 dollars I owe Della Edwards, borrowed money. Then same property can be sold and equally divided among my 5 children. All children must be agreeable, and agree on a reasonable price for said property. If one son, or daughter rents or looks after said property, he or she is to have a per cent, not less than 5 per cent, for car and other expenses to look after said property. The household goods are to be divided as follows: My bookcase and all my good books I want to give to Mafair Methodist Church, said books are to be marked, presented by Mrs. W. L. Hart and dated. The cedar chest and my rings are to go to Retha. The wedding ring quilt to go to Freddie Fields. The 9 diamond quilt to go to Gwenda Sue Moorehouse, the one with the blue lining is to go to R. W's baby, Larry Fields. The other new quilt to go to Lois's baby, Christine Endris. One new blanket to go to Gene Bevins. The other blanket in chest to go to Darlene's baby. My rocker, if still good, to go to Janice Fields and also my bible. My Roger's silverware to go to Claudine Fields, all my good dishes to go to Myrtle Moorehouse. All linens and my other quilts and blankets to be divided between Retha and Myrtle. Also any of my clothes they can use. The rest of my furniture any one can have that can use it, or sell same. Please love one another my children, be kind and generous with each other, please no hard feelings in the dividing of said property and may God bless, strengthen and keep you for Him until we meet again.
     Earnest E. Fields is to Executor of this will.

May 28, 1957
To whom it may concern. I am writing this my Last Will. To make a few changes in my 1st Will. I want my son Ernest W. Fields to be the Lawyer and see that everything is correct and in harmony. My sister Ella Dingus is to have all the furniture and linen that is at her house except the books and bookcase is to go to Mafair Church. If there is any books that my sister Ella Dingus wants she is to keep same. Myrtle is to keep dishes and my other things she has if she wants them. The cedar chest is to go to Retha. If there is any thing at your house you want Bonnie you keep it. If I don't get back alive from visiting my son and family, Ernest W. Fields. I want Hazel and Annett and Leonard to have the furniture they have and what ever in the way of property, notes, or money there is at my death after any bills or funeral expenses are paid. Some . . . .The rest of this hand written will is yet to be found. She died on 27 May 1970 at Bay Front Medical Center, St Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL, USA, at age 79. Obituary: Kingsport Times, Kingsport, Tennessee, Thursday, May 28, 1970
Mrs. Virginia Hart
Mrs Virginia Hart, 79, of St. Petersburg, Florida died Wednesday night in the Bay Front Medical Center in St. Petersburg. She had been in very good health until nearly three weeks ago when she suffered a stroke.
Born in Russell County, Virginia, Mrs. Hart lived in Castlewood, Virginia for several years and then moved to Kingsport in 1928. Her first husband, Floyd N. Fields, died in 1940. Mrs. Hart moved to St. Petersburg about 20 years ago.
While in Kingsport she was a member of the Mafair United Methodist Church and in Florida she was an active member in the Christ United Methodist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. R. C. (Retha) Bevins of Cedar Lake, Indiana, Mrs. Glen (Myrtle) Moorehouse of Kingsport, three sons, Ernest W. Fields of New Vernon, New Jersey, Alden H. Fields of Kingsport, R. W. Fields of San Francisco, California; two sisters, Mrs. Etta Salyer of Castlewood, Virginia and Mrs. Ella Dingus of Kingsport; three stepchildren of Nashville; 13 grandchildren and 118 great-grandchildren.
The body will be returned to Kingsport and funeral arrangements will be announced later. Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Home is in charge.

Funeral Notice: Kingsport Times, Kingsport, Tennessee, Friday, May 29, 1070
Hart, Mrs. Virginia Fields
Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia Fields Hart will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Mafair Methodist Church with the Rev. Ben B. St. Clair officiating. Burial will follow in the Oak Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends Friday evening. She was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, at Kingsport, Sullivan County, TN, USA.
Last Edited=3 Dec 2016

Children of Ida Virginia Sexton and Floyd Nathaniel Fields

Family: Ida Virginia Sexton and W. B. Hart

Alberta Y. Seymour

F, (25 March 1906 - 1985)
     Alberta Y. Seymour was born on 25 March 1906 at Lyme Twp, Huron County, OH, USA.1 She was the daughter of Frank Ballard Seymour and Clara Sophornia Barnard. Alberta Y. Seymour married Harry B. Sherman on 22 August 1925 at Huron County, OH, USA. Alberta Y. Seymour died in 1985 at Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery, Attica, Seneca County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=24 Jul 2017

Family: Alberta Y. Seymour and Harry B. Sherman

Citations

  1. [S1214] Ohio Births 1774 to 1973.

Anna Kezia Seymour

F, (1 June 1854 - 21 October 1933)
     Anna Kezia Seymour was born on 1 June 1854 at Huron County, OH, USA.1 She was the daughter of George Washington Seymour and Charlotte Elizabeth Hotchkin. Anna Kezia Seymour married Albert Warren Young on 21 February 1899 at Bellevue, Huron County, OH, USA.2 Anna Kezia Seymour appeared on the census of 1910 at Lyme Twp, Huron County, OH, USA. The census lists the family as: Anna S. Young, 53, widow, born OH; mother Charlotte Seymour, 82, widow, born NY. Has had 3 children, 2 living.. She died on 21 October 1933 at Bellevue, Huron County, OH, at age 79.1 She was buried at Strong's Ridge Cemetery, at Strong's Ridge, Huron County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=30 Dec 2013

Family: Anna Kezia Seymour and Albert Warren Young

Citations

  1. [S151] Ohio Death Index 1908 - 1932, 1938- 2007.
  2. [S1213] Ohio Marriages 1800 to 1958.