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John Seabrooke.1800-1850,Middlesex/Lon
Posted by: Bert Seabrooke Date: March 07, 2000 at 18:57:51
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I am seeking Information on John Seabrook(e)d.o.b.14 Aug 1819 London,Middlesex
England.John was a mariner,he first went to sea in 1833 as an apprentice.He obtained his ticket in January 1845 in Liverpool,England.
In March 1845 he married Mary Ann McMullin in St Nicholas Parish Church Liverpool.
In the 1851 census for St Paul,Liverpool,Mary Ann is a widow.
John,s father was also a John,his occupation was either a Perfumer or a Pigfarmer.
I have been trying to find this information for what seems like years now,so any help will be appreciated. Yours Sincerly,
Herbert Seabrooke.

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