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Re: Confused Seabrooks!
Posted by: Craig Albiston (ID *****2855) Date: July 23, 2004 at 04:06:47
In Reply to: Confused Seabrooks! by Cynthia Piper of 505

Hi Cynthia. Have you tried searching the Slapton parish registers for your Jabez Seabrook? It looks like that is where he was born.

1851 Census - Ivinghoe Parish
Page 407, House #106
Jabez Seabrook, head, married, 36, baker employing 1, born Slapton, Bucks
Sarah Seabrook, wife, married, 28, baker's wife, born Ivinghoe
Ann Seabrook, dau, 11, straw plaiter, born Ivinghoe Aston, Bucks
John Seabrook, son, 10, scholar, born Ivinghoe Aston
Susan Seabrook, dau, 6, straw plaiter, born Ivinghoe Aston
Ezra Seabrook, son, 3, born Ivinghoe
Frederick Seabrook, 10 mos, b. Ivinghoe
Joseph Foster, servant, widower, 60, journeyman baker, born Ivinghoe Aston

I'd be interested in knowing if you have gotten any farther back on your Seabrook families. Am presently searching the Edlesborough parish registers and have come across a few Seabrook names there. My Seabrooks were principally from Cheddington and Pitstone but I've picked some of them up in Edlesborough Bucks and Eaton Bray Beds.


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