The Seagraves Family

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101 According to his death certificate, Charles was buried in New Crown Cemetery in Indianapolis; however no listing for him is found on Seagraves, Charles E. (I5815)
102 According to his death certificate, Claud Sagraves died of pneumonia at the Kentucky State Penitentiary after being shot in the left shoulder on 3 Oct 1913. That certificate cited his residence there as 8 years and 15 days and his usual residence as Lawrence County, KY. However, Claud Sagraves, age 20, appears to be on the 1910 census in Lawrence County as a farm laborer for John L. Skaggs, and 8 years prior to 1913 he would have been 15 years old.
More research is required to determine the fate of this young man. 
Sagraves, Claudius R. (I3928)
103 According to his entry on Waldon was killed by a lightening strike. Seagraves, Waldon Lee (I4166)
104 According to his entry Paul was stabbed to death by a fellow inmate at the Arizona State Prison. Bell, Paul (I1566)
105 According to his entry,
"While no stone has been found at Old Shores or Shores Baptist Cemetery, Wiley Seagraves' death certificate indicates that he was buried at "Shores Cemetery". Find A Grave contributor JGVols indicates that he is not buried in Shores Baptist Cemetery, thus the memorial for him placed at Old Shores."  
Seagraves, Willey B. (I6219)
106 According to his obituary in the Wilmington, DE News Journal of Sat. 29 Feb 1992, "Andrew Franklin Seagraves, Jr., 77, of Guernsey Street, Orlando, FL, died Thursday of emphysema in Manor Care Nursing Home, Winter Park, where he was a patient.
"Mr. Seagraves was a self-employed salesman.
"He was born in Delaware City, Del., and moved to Florida in 1959.
"His wife, Jean Cannan Seagraves, died in 1989. He is survived by a son, George of Mount Olive, NC; five daughters, Nancy Smith, Alene Seagraves, Andrea Murphy and Jean BYbee, all of Orlando, and Alma Byers of Jacksonville; five brothers, Everett and Richard, both of Salem, NJ, and William, Charles and Seburn, all of Orlando...
"Graveside services will be at...Woodlawn Memorial Park, Orlando" 
Seagraves, Andrew Francis Jr. (I2169)
107 According to some on-line sources Edward married a widow, Mary A. LNU (possibly Hood), about 1842, possibly in Taunton, MA. Family F1590
108 According to the "Cape May Spray" by Charles Tomlin, Bradley Brothers, Philadelphia, 1913, "There is a deed for a colored burying ground a mile or two north of Cape May Court House, one grave has a marked granite stone on which is cut the name Angelina Taylor. Several persons who had been slaves are said to have been buried there. Among them Aunt Thilda, Cupbalo and wife, Prudie. Aunt Peggy Seagraves Uncle Alpheus Seagraves Sr., Alpheus Seagraves, Jr." Seagraves, Alpheus Sr. (I1962)
109 According to the "Genealogy of Seagraves and Sampson Families and Kindred Lines" William Henry is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery in Warren, OH, but a check on does not find him there. Seagraves, William Henry (I6556)
110 According to the "Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson and Kindred Lines by Faye S. Seagraves, Mary Louise "Graduated from Mills College and for many years pursued a career ...for the Home-Savings and Loan Association..." "She never married." Seagraves, Mary Louise (I4345)
111 According to the "Genealogy of the Seagrave Family, 1725-1881" Wellington was a "mechanic; for some years past a resident of Middletown, CT." Seagrave, Wellington (I3352)
112 According to the "Parker-Gaulden-Seagraves Family Tree" on by Louanne Seagraves Love, William was born in Oklahoma, probably in Cimarron County. Bell, William Louis (I1567)
113 According to the Anchorage Daily News of 26 May 1990, Cathlia M. Seagrave was a "longtime Alaska resident and retired bar owner.
She "was born 20 Feb 1915. She came to Alaska in the early 1940s and worked as a cook and drugstore clerk in Valdez for several years. She and her husband owned and operated the Old Club Bar in Valdez before moving to Kodiak. In Kodiak, they ran the Town Club until selling it and moving back to Valdez. Later, they opened The Glacier Bar, which she ran until retiring about four years ago. Mrs. Seagrave was a charter and life member of the Eagles Auxiliary No. 1971 in Valdez." 
McClung, Cathlia (I6605)
114 According to the California Death Index she died as Ruby Jewel Chatman born 13 Apr 1916 in Texas. Her entry on lists her as Rubil Jewel "Ruby" Seagroves Chatman and confirms her place of death as San Joaquin County, California but shows her burial place as "unknown". Her husband, Grover Mathues Chatman had died in 1974 and was buried in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas, but no wife is listed there with him and no search of reveals a Ruby Cooper or a Ruby Chatman who died in 1987. Seagraves, Rubil Jewel (I5964)
115 According to the Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2012 on Dayton S. Seagrave was a salesman for Page & Warner and was never married. Seagrave, Dayton Shaffer (I3804)
116 According to the Genealogy of the Seagraves and Sampson Families Dallas "served in Co. A, 3rd Eng. WW II and was stationed at Forth Leonard Wood, MO. He made his home in the old family home where he was born. He was a carpenter until he retired and is interested in painting, having done many oil paintings for friends and family and is an avid fisherman and hunter." Seagraves, Dallas Robert (I433)
117 According to the Genealogy of the Seagraves and Sampson Families, Henry (Harry) "became a blacksmith apprentice for Studebaker Carriage Company by the time he was 15 years old. soon the West was young Harry, who had been christened Henry changed his name and traded shares of stock his father had given him for a horse and started off. Blacksmiths were always in demand, but the traveling was slow. He worked for a carriage company in Ohio and also in Indiana. Deadwood, South Dakota was another stopping off place, here he made horseshoes for Custer's Regiment and fled the Indians across Montana after Custer's Last Stand in 1876. One day he ran off a begging squaw, that night he woke to find the work he was doing for the US government on fire. He moved on. The Coeur d'Alene gold excitement was at its height....he prospected in Butte, Montana, spent some time in Burke and Waliaco before moving on to Coeur d'Alene...His first home was a log cabin on Fernan Hill, only a short distance from where he would later build a larger log home overlooking both Coeur d'Alene and Fernan Lakes."  Seagraves, Henry Edgar (I3420)
118 According to the Hartford Times in "US Newspaper Extractions from the Northeast, 1704-1930" Sarah jane Seagrove married D. W. Barrows on 6 Feb 1854 in South Coventry, Windham County, CT. The Genealogy of the Seagrave Family may have been saving a reputation by showing a marriage date one year earlier since their first child was born 10 Jan 1854. Family F1539
119 According to the Personal History of Lonie C. D. Milsey Seagraves, Jr. Angie's parents were Fred Matthew Hall & Helen Olivia Kendrick. Hall, Angie Florence (I6172)
120 According to the Personal History of Lonie C. D. Misley Seagraves, Jr., Paul's brother, Paul was married prior to his marriage to Debra Moore, but he had no information on that first wife. Moore, Debra (I6187)
121 According to the Segrave/Seagraves and Related Families of Northeast Georgia Erastus was born in 1902 in spite of his tombstone reading of 1899 based on family sources; and in spite of Erastus being listed on the 1900 census with his family as being 2 years old and born in Apr 1898. Seagraves, Erastus F. (I5288)
122 According to the Texas Birth Index, Harold was born to Willie Parker, Jr. and Nancy Lou Copeland. Parker, Harold Wayne (I6103)
123 According to the US Social Security Applications and Claims Index, Marion was the daughter of James F. Davidson and Sallie A. Craig. Davidson, Marion Louise (I6581)
124 Adam Seagrave left no known descendants. Seagrave, Adam (I615)
125 Addella's parents are listed on her birth record as Zephar Bushey and Eva Laplant. Bushey, Addella Amelia (I5798)
126 After Edgar died in 1904 Lottie married William Henry Clapp in Pittsfield, Berkshire County, MA according to Massachusetts Marriage Records, 1840-1915.
That source shows her parents as Godfrey Sargent and Emma Wood. 
Sargent, Charlotte Gertrude (I4450)
127 Agnes was probably born in New York since she and her family are recorded there on the 1900 census. Seagrave, Agnes (I4931)
128 Albert and Bertha were probably married in Jackson County, Illinois. Family F429
129 Albert and Lille may have been married in Denton Co., TX Family F346
130 Albert was born, possibly a son of Charles Seagraves, in North Carolina based on his 1840 census age range of 20-29 suggesting a birth year of 1811 to 1820; his 1850 census age of 35, suggesting a birth year of 1815; his 1860 census age of 46, suggesting a birth year of 1814; his 1870 census age of 56, suggesting a birth year of 1814; and his 1880 census age of 66, suggesting a birth year of 1814. Seagraves, Albert (I847)
131 Albert was probably born in Denton County, TX.  Seagraves, Albert Arthur (I1457)
132 Alfonso's siblings, James H. and Martha are in same household, so it is assumed that Mary Lenon is their remarried mother, Anna Mary Magdalene (Plank) Seagraves. Seagraves, Alphonso A. (I1987)
133 Alford Cleveland Seagrove, age 70, born 9 Apr 1889 in Raleigh, NC to Robert Seagrove & Nancy Jones, died of a myocardial infarction. Seagraves, Alfred C. (I1712)
134 Alfred & Eliza were probably married in Cumberland County, Tennessee. Family F464
135 Alfred & Martha were possibly married in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. Family F384
136 Alfred & Rebecca were probably married in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Family F462
137 Alfred was born, a son of Kinchen Seagraves. His age varies by census, in 1840 his age group is 20 to 29 suggesting he was born 1811 to 1820; in 1850 he is 42 suggesting he was born in 1808; in 1860 he is 52 suggesting he was born in 1808; in 1870 he is 65 suggesting he was born in 1805; in 1880 he is 72 suggesting he was born in 1808. His tombstone records that he died 27 Feb 1894, aged 86 years, or born in 1807 or 1808. He was born in North Carolina, based on the 1850 through 1870 census recordings of his birthplace.  Seagraves, Alfred (I743)
138 Alfred was possibly born in Wake Co., NC Seagraves, Alfred (I723)
139 Alfred was probably born in Wake Co., NC. Seagraves, Alfred (I856)
140 Alice was probably born in Clinton Co., IL. Bartle, Alice Sarah (I1764)
141 Alice was probably married in Denton County, Texas. Family F436
142 Alice was the daughter of the Earl of Arundell. Arundell, Alice de (I6816)
143 Alinine was the daughter of Joe Cephus Reed & Eular B. Rummage. She first married Raymond Bryant Roberts. Reed, Alinine Nellie (I5725)
144 All of the records relating to Jonas spell his name as "Jones" Winfield Segraves, including his WW I draft card; however, on his gravestone it is clearly carved as "Jonas". I suspect it was a pronunciation confusion and have decided to keep the Jonas spelling.  Seagraves, Jonas Winfield (I5432)
145 Allen C. was probably born in Rutherford County, TN.  Seagraves, Allen C. (I1417)
146 Alonza died in St. Mary's Hospital in Huntington, WV following an operation. His obituary says that he was "a son of George and Luticia (Williams) Sagraves and was born and reared on the Laurel [River]." Sagraves, Alonza Harrison (I1952)
147 Alonzo was probably born in Wake County, NC.  Seagraves, Alonzo (I1407)
148 Alphonso was probably born in Wake County, NC. Seagraves, Alphonso (I1141)
149 Also buried in the Nelson Cemetery is Louvina Lacy Segraves, born 19 Nov 1816 in Knox Co., TN and died 15 May 1879 in Randolph Co., AR, described as the wife of Vincent and mother of Valentine O., Vincent C., Jr., Jacob, Susan Parallee, Martin Van Buren, Ellen Mary, Millissa Catherine, and Rose. Seagraves, Vincent (I673)
150 Alton was possibly born in California. Seagraves, Alton (I2004)

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