Thank you so very much for responding, Stephanie! Yes, my brother-in-law was the son of Harold Laves Seabrook Sr., whose parents were Charles Bailey Seabrook (1884 - ????) and Marguerite Elizabeth Laves, who married in 1905. Unfortunately, there is no place of marriage, only "at home of bride's parents." I do so wish I had gotten interested in this while my brother-in-law was still living.....I don't even know where he found this information!
These are the children I have for Peronneau Finley Seabrook (thank goodness, they called him "Finley," according to the 1880 Charleston Co., SC census!):
1. Marie Seabrook born & died 27 May 1878
2. Marian Gertrude Seabrook b. 10 July 1879 ( on 1880 census, taken 12 June 1880, she is 7 months old, making her birth date Dec 1879); died Unknown
3. Julia Ruth Seabrook b. 23 Nov 1880; d. 27 May 1914; married John Wray
4. Charles Bailey Seabrook b. 1 Mar 1884; d. Unknown; married 15 Nov 1905 Marguerite Elizabeth Laves
5. Marion Wainwright Seabrook b. 3 June 1890; d. Unknown; married Annabelle Mills
I have found the Rev. Joseph Baynard Seabrook, Jr., (father of Peronneau Finley) and his family in the 1850 (+ 1850 Slave Schedule), 1860, 1870 SC censuses, plus his widow and youngest child in the 1880 census.
Anything you can add will be of great help to me!
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