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The Whitney Family of Connecticut

by S. Whitney Phoenix
(New York: 1878)

Transcribed by Robert L. Ward.

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Whitney Family.
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formerly of Sidney, N. Y., where she was born 1 Aug. 1818. They settled at Walton, and there died (she, 21 Feb. 1857; he, 18 March 1862}, and were buried in East Brook Cemetery.
1984 IV. Polly Seymour Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 26 June 1815; died, 29 July 1816, in Walton, and was buried there, in East Brook Cemetery.
1985 V. George Chester Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 6 Feb. 1821; a merchant; married, 1 Nov. 1854, at Christ Church, in Walton, by Rev. J. C. Brown, Protestant Episcopal, to Harriet Maria Ames, dau. of John Sadd and ----- (Roberts) Ames, of Walton, formerly of Tompkins, N. Y., where she was born 10 Ap. 1826. He dwelt at Glens Falls, N. Y., for two years ; at New York City, two years ; in New Canaan, Conn., two years ; in California, three years ; and then settled in Walton, where he was living in 1874. 6303



Chil. of Andrew and Mary (Patterson) Seymour. 579

1986 I. Edward Patterson Seymour, b. in New York City, 26 Sept 1820; died, 29 Dec. 1820, in New York, and was buried there, in a vault under Zion (Episcopal) Church.
1987 II. Thaddeus Seymour, b. in New York City, 28 Nov. 1821 ; died, 16 Aug. 1841, in New York, and was buried there, in the Baptist Cemetery on Houston Street
1988 III. Emma Jane Seymour, b. in New York City, 19 Nov. 1823; died, 5 Feb. 1832, in New York, and was buried there, in the Baptist Cemetery on Houston Street.
1989 IV. Mary Aletta Seymour, b. in New York City, 31 Aug. 1825; married, 31 Dec. 1853, in New York, by Elder Flandran, Baptist, of New Rochelle, N.Y., to Frederick Eells,1 a carriage-maker, born at Walton, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1824, son of Deacon Benjamin Beard and Hannah (Hanford) Eells. He was a musician or Co. B, 144th Reg., N. Y. Volunteers, in the war of 1861. They settled in Walton, died there on the same day, 8 Nov. 1873, and were buried in Walton Cemetery. They had no children.
1990 V. Sarah Louisa Seymour, b. in New York City, 14 Sept 1828; married, 16 May 1848, in New York, by Elder Goble, to Thomas Bradley Harris, a grocer, born in New York, 29 Oct 1826, son of James Harris. He was of the firm of Harris and Pond, of New York. They sent large 6306
1 See note to No. 1961.
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