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Re: Seabrooks of Tring
Posted by: Jan Seabrook Date: April 14, 2001 at 04:45:58
In Reply to: Seabrooks of Tring by Al Seabrook of 504

Dear Al,
This is new for me, never having used a chat room before!
I have traced some of my Seabrook ancestors back to late 18th and 19th century back to Tottenhoe, Whipsnade, and a somthing Abbots. I think there was a Robert Seabrook then, who married and Elizabeth Olyffe, (c.1753?) which possibly explains a grandfather (several generations back) called Olive Seabrook! My brother (Robert Seabrook) sent me the article in the New Yorker this morning, and unfortunatley I can't get at my geanealogy stuff at the moment, but will dig it out in a month or two and get back to you.
Best regards,
Jan Seabrook


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