The Seagraves Family

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151 Alfred & Rebecca were probably married in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Family F462
152 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)
153 Alfred was possibly born in Wake Co., NC Seagraves, Alfred (I723)
154 Alfred was probably born in Wake Co., NC. Seagraves, Alfred (I856)
155 Alice was probably born in Clinton Co., IL. Bartle, Alice Sarah (I1764)
156 Alice was probably married in Denton County, Texas. Family F436
157 Alice was the daughter of the Earl of Arundell. Arundell, Alice de (I6816)
158 Alinine was the daughter of Joe Cephus Reed & Eular B. Rummage. She first married Raymond Bryant Roberts. Reed, Alinine Nellie (I5725)
159 All census recordings of Marshall's age are consistent with him being born about 1808-1809 in Kentucky. Seagraves, Marshall (I6881)
160 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)
161 Allen C. was probably born in Rutherford County, TN.  Seagraves, Allen C. (I1417)
162 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)
163 Alonzo was probably born in Wake County, NC.  Seagraves, Alonzo (I1407)
164 Alphonso was probably born in Wake County, NC. Seagraves, Alphonso (I1141)
165 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)
166 Alton was possibly born in California. Seagraves, Alton (I2004)
167 Amanda (Seagraves) Smith died at age 75 in Roanoke, Texas. Seagraves, Amanda Susan (I980)
168 Ambry was the son of John & Hattie Adams. Adams, Ambry Rufus (I6371)
169 Amelia was born 18 October 1891 in Gillespie Co., Texas to Louis KORDZIK and Lina SCHNEIDER, both of Gillespie Co.  Family F348
170 Amelia was born 18 October 1891 in Gillespie Co., Texas to Louis KORDZIK and Lina SCHNEIDER, both of Gillespie Co. She died 7 October 1938 in Fredericksburg, Gillespie Co., Texas and was buried on 8 October in the Fredericksburg Cemetery.  Seagraves, Andrew Washington (I985)
171 An Ancestry tree suggests that this may be James Andrew Segraves with no supporting documentation and that he may have been born in Troup County, Georgia. Seagraves, unknown male (I1212)
172 An note entitled "William Seagroves Occupation" posted 24 July 2008 by jeananjackson101 reads as follows:
"William Segroves was a chair maker and blacksmith who had left North Carolina and met and married Jane C. Bishop in Tennessee. Their children, William, Mary, and Rufus, were born in Tennessee between 1848-52, but by 1856 he had worked his way to Texas plying his crafts. He bought 102 acres in East Texas in December 1868 on the headwaters of the Angelina River, and bought and sold land during the Reconstruction Period and Texas' re-admittance to the Union in 1870 through 1873, signing with his "X" mark (being unable to write his name). But by 1880, his sons, John & Jack, were boarding with John and Susan Smith and their daughter, Darby, next to the homestead of William Fitch. His daughter, Mary, had married William Flanagan who had emigrated from ireland, and they moved to Rusk County, Texas, taking charge of her sisters, Rebecca (17) and Naomi (9), and brother Isaac (15). William and Jane had moved on."
That paragraph is said to be "From the Story of our Ancestors, compiled by Rita Kelly - Chapter 4, p 15. 1980? 
Seagraves, William (I6111)
173 An article in the Nashville "Tennessean" said that "It was thought that a young man named Andrew Seagraves, as a witness, could disclose a conversation had with Bowen Sanders, but he, Seagraves, had been sent to Nashville by his mother, under fear of his life. Sheriff McGregor at once came to Nashville and found him. He was placed under oath and his statement taken, which disclosed the information that Bowen Sanders and Wash Tomlinson were parties present at the killing of Julia Hayden. Seagraves, Andrew Blythe (I1413)
174 an Indenture was entered into between Charity Parish & William Parish & Celia Segraves and Charles Segraves that for the sum of $50 paid to Charles Segraves, the parties of the 1st part:
"hath granted, bargained and sold unto the said Charles Segraves?all our right as heirs & all & the only heirs of Michael Segraves dec'd our right to the said Charles, the eldest brother heir also of S'd Michael dec'd to one hundred and sixty acres of land, being the North East quarter of Section Seven of Township four South, in Range four West. In the Tract appropriated for Military Bounty in the Territory of Arkansas. Agreeably to the Original Patent iss'd from the United States to the s'd Charles & us the other heirs at law for the services of the s?d Michael ---- our Brother we being all & the only heirs an(?) with all the appurtenances, privileges and commodities to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining."
In witness whereof the said Charity, William & Celia hath herewith set their hand and seals the day & year above written
Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
Richard Smith (Jurat) Charity (X) Parish
John Buffelow Wm (X) Parish
Allen Adams Celia (X) Segraves
Alexander Smith
Wake County May Term 1824
The within Deed was in open Court duly proved by the oath of Richard Smith a witness thereto and ordered to be Registered.
B. S. King, Clerk
Registered in the Register?s Office of Wake County in Book No. 6 and page 9 & 10 the 3d day of June, A.D. 1824.
R. Smith, Regr.

My interpretation of the above indenture is that Charity (Segraves) Parish, Celia Segraves, Charles Segraves and Michael Segraves were siblings and based on the relationship with Charity Parish on the 1850 census, that John Seagraves was their father.
Seagraves, John (I660)
175 Anderson and Mary probably married in New Jersey. Family F650
176 Andrew and Lavinia were probably married in Delaware. Family F677
177 Andrew was possibly born in Wilson County, TN. Seagraves, Andrew Blythe (I1413)
178 Andrew, Sr. is not at Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood, Delaware Co., PA on or on He is not listed either as Andrew or as Seagraves on either site, or as Seagraves in Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey or Delaware. Seagraves, Andrew Francis Sr. (I2167)
179 Andrew, to be on a 1774 tax list was possibly born in the 1750s. Seagraves, Andrew (I2099)
180 Andy died at age 7 months based on a date in the "Family Record" dated 4 September 1933 at Roanoke, Texas and in the Hise Family Bible both in possession of Milton Paul Seagraves. Since he was probably born in Macon Co., TN, it is likely that he died there. Seagraves, Andrew W. (I873)
181 Anna & Joseph were probably married in Macon Co. Tennessee. Family F310
182 Anna may have been born in Wayne Co. or Randolph Co., Indiana since her father was on the 1840 census in Wayne Co. and on the 1850 census in Randolph Co. Seagraves, Anna A. (I1210)
183 Another source lists their marriage date as 1 Jan 1951: Family F1277
184 Anthona and Faye were probably in Lawrence County, Kentucky. Family F743
State of Illinois
County of Clinton
On this Eleventh day of October 1828, before me, the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace for the said county of Clinton personally appeared Jacob Seagraves who, on his oath, declares that he is the same person who formerly belonged to the company commanded by Captain Joseph Rhodes in the ^ State of North Carolina Regiment commanded by Colonel Dickson in the service of the United States; that his name was placed on the pension roll of the State of Tennessee from whence he has lately removed; that he now resides in the State, (District or Territory) of Illinois where he intends to remain, and wishes his pension to be there payable, in future. The following are his reasons for removing from Tennessee to Illinois was that my children was living in the State of Illinois and I wish to be with them.
Jacob X Seagraves
Sworn and subscribed to, before me, Jno M. Harnett, JP
the, day and year aforesaid.
Seagraves, Jacob (I670)
186 Arabelah was described as a "Spinster of Philadelphia" Coole, Arabella (I5945)
187 Ardette was the daughter of Robert & Eliza Sardis. Sarvis, Ardette (I4055)
188 Arizona was born 11 February 1877 and died 13 November 1943 of Bronchi Pneumonia in Hayesville, Macon County, Tennessee. She is buried in Haysville Cemetery, Hayesville, Macon County, Tennessee. Arizona was the daughter of Wash MEADOR and Sarilda HAYES. Hire, Key (I881)
189 Arkansas marriage records do not show this marriage and Michigan marriage records do not cover this period, so the exact date and location cannot be determined. Family F2155
190 Artis & Beulah were probably married in Salem County, New Jersey. Family F769
191 As to his place of birth, only the DAR Patriot Index listing for John Seagraves, son of Francis' daughter Susannah, identifies Francis as his ancestor who came from England. It is not clear how accurate that information might be. If it was based on information directly from the named John Seagraves, it might be based on actual family knowledge, if it is not, it could be distorted in some way. Given Francis' date of birth, he could easily have been born in America since there were thousands of colonists in southern Virginia by the mid-1600s. As with his date of birth, his actual place of birth awaits better information. Segrave, Francis Sr. (I616)
192 As with James' birth date, shows 1 Sep 1928 engraved on his gravestone as opposed to the 10 Apr 1928 listed in "Segraves/Seagraves and Related Families of Northeast Georgia". With no Georgia death record to pin it down, the gravestone seems the most reliable source. Seagraves, James Ernest (I5405)
193 Asa and Bernice were probably married in Illinois. Family F533
194 at 5:00 am Maxie died at age 92 at the Palace Care & Rehabilitation Facility in Red Boiling Springs. Macon County, Tennessee. Seagraves, Maxie Dell (I454)
195 Barnabas was probably born in Wake County, North Carolina since most NC Seagraves families lived in that county before 1810. Seagraves, Barnabas (I733)
196 Based on Alfred's ages shown on the 1850 and 1860 Wake County, North Carolina censuses.  Seagraves, Alfred (I856)
197 Based on her age (64) and birth place (NC) on the 1850 census. Brown, Elizabeth (I718)
198 Based on her age, 23, stated in her obituary in Apr 1919. Catts, Myrtle (I6562)
199 based on information contained in his US Army enlistment papers. Those papers and a later pension claim by his mother, indicate that Thomas was a son of Samuel and Mary Seagraves who had lived in Botetourt Co. and moved to Warren Co., Kentucky about 1805. Seagraves, Thomas (I651)
200 Based on information on the 1930 and 1940 censuses and "Ohio Deaths, 1908-2007" on Sagraves, Arthona (I2376)

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