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John and Fredrick Seabrook
Posted by: Bill Seabrook (ID *****2282) Date: April 03, 2002 at 19:35:25
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I come from Fredrick Seabrook died --/--/1890 and is burried in Wading River New York. He came over to the US on the Ludgate Hill out of London and arrived in New York on August 23, 1893.
He had the following siblings
John assumed to have stayed in England,
William,
Charles rumored to have emigrated to South Carolina,
Sarah Jane married Mr Shanele a Royal Guardsman and moved to Dobbs Ferry New York.

Fredrick and his Brother John owned 2 Inn's in England. They were the Earl of Essex located on Carlyle Road in Manor Park or Ilford or Little Ilford, Essex England. The other Inn was The White Horse (Location Unknown)
Fredrick married Emma Carver and had three children Alma, Jesse and Frank. All three children were raised by Fredrick sister Alma. Emma Carver died and Fredrick remarried Ada Unknown. They moved to Florida once they arrived in New York and later in life came back to New York.
Does anyone have additional information. I have tons of family trees spanning 6 centuries bu unfortunelty I am unable to connect any of them to mine. Please Help!!
THanks


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