The Seagraves Family

This is A Work in Progress Jim Seagraves and Louanne Seagraves Love are working on this. Contact us at louanne.love@yahoo.com or jfsea@hotmail.com

the Original English Family

All research leads us to believe that the family name originated in and around the village of Seagrave, originally know as Segrave, just north of Leicester in central England. Click the link below to see our discussion of our English origins.

Welcome

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The Seagraves Family Website

Welcome to The Seagraves Family Genealogy Research Database and Family History Web Pages. As of January 1, 2018, our database contains sourced profiles of about 4,000 individuals who were born with some variation of the Seagraves surname. Most of these individuals are initially indexed through one standardized spelling, Seagraves, with specific spellings duly noted in the reference citations.

This website is the culmination of many years of painstaking research carried on by the individual members of The Seagraves Research Group, who seek now to combine, share, and refine their work with the help of others. The Group wholeheartedly invites all Seagraves researchers and descendants to contribute copies of records, documents, photos, and bibles to help grow the Seagraves Database for future generations.

We are eager to help you use this website for your Seagraves Family research. Questions, corrections and feedback are always welcome! Thanks for visiting!

American Settlements of the Family

All of the people in this study are almost certainly related in some way to the original de Segrave family first recorded in the Domesday Book or to people who lived in the Village of Seagrave in Leicestershire.

No specific links between the American and European branches of the family have yet been verified, regardless of the on-line speculations to the contrary. We do know from records that the majority of the families in America derive from three initial settlements: