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Re: Seabrook Article in New Yorker
Posted by: Blanchard Smith Date: April 25, 2001 at 07:17:37
In Reply to: Seabrook Article in New Yorker by Bob Kamman of 504

John Seabrook also wrote another great article in the Feb 20 1995 New Yorker entitled "The Spinach King". It is about his grandfather and the town of Seabrook in South Jersey. Everyone must have bought a Seabrook Farms frozen-food package.
John Seabrook wrote to my wife, Mary Seabrook, about a blood sample for his DNA test, but he wanted only male descendants. He found one descendant from the original Capt. Robert Seabrook. We are disappointed that the DNA test did not show a clear DNA connection of the Carolina Seabrooks with the New Jersey Seabrooks

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