The Seagraves Family

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51 "North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975" on gives Eugene's death date as August 1901, but shows it on his gravestone as 10 August 1900, which I will use here. Seagraves, Eugene Burt (I2447)
52 "North Carolina Deaths, 1906-1930" describes James Seagraves, age 45, married, textile worker a resident of Winder, GA, died in Salisbury, NC on 4 Sep 1928. However, no death certificate for a James Seagraves is listed in 1828 in Rowan County, NC. Seagraves, James Ernest (I5405)
53 "Ohio County Marriage Records, 1774-1993" gives Donald's name as Donald Warren Segraves. Seagraves, Donald W. (I3462)
54 "Pennsylvania and New Jersey Church and Town Records, 1708-1985" on lists the burial of Charles F. Seagreaves as 11 Apr 1891 in Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA. That record gives his birth date as 10 Aug 1844, his parents as Peter and Catherine Seagreaves, and his spouse as Eveline Albert.
The "Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson and Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves of Coeur D' Alene, Idaho, 1969, first and second editions lists Charles Franklin Seagraves, born 12 Aug 1844 in Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA., as the son of Francis Seagraves and Sarah Knauss. Faye says that the Charles Seagraves, age 9, born in PA, son of Francis & Sarah on the 1850 census in Trumbull Co., Ohio is the Charles Segreaves, age 7, born in PA, son of Peter & Catherine on the 1850 census in Lehigh Co., PA.
My research indicates that the Charles in Ohio, son of Francis, is Charles H. Seagreaves, born in Jan 1842 who lived in Ohio through 1880 and in Shawnee Co., Kansas in 1900. Charles F. Seagreaves, son of Peter, lived out his life in Allentown, PA and is a distinct person.
Based on that I use the birth date recorded for Charles F. in the church and town records citation above. 
Seagraves, Charles Franklin (I3329)
55 "She was killed by the cars at the railroad crossing near the Wheeler farm, in Northbridge, on the P. & W. R. R." Seagrave, Olive DeWilton (I4603)
56 "State of NORTH CAROLINA-CHATHAM COUNTY- Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions August Term 1861-Joseph Segraves, Add'r of Charles Segraves, dec'd vs. Thomas Boon and wife, Cindrilla, and Albert Segraves.
In this case it being made to appear to the satisfaction of the Court: that the defendants, Thomas Boon and wife, Cindrilla, and Albert Segraves are non-residents of the State, it is ordered that advertisement be made in the Raleigh Standard for six weeks for said defendants, notifying them to appear at the next Term of this Court, to be held for the county of Chatham at the Court House in Pittsboro, on the 2nd Monday of November next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to this petition, otherwise judgment pro confesso will be taken as to them."
In testimony of which I do hereunto sign my name and affix the seal of office of said Court, at office in Pittsboro, the 2nd Monday of August 1861.
By W. F. Foushee D.C.
October 16, 1861
Seagraves, Albert (I847)
57 "Tennessee Death Records, 1908-1958" on shows Death Certificate #56-25336 for Laura Belle Bass which gives he date of death as 4 Nov. 1956. shows her tombstone which records her date of death as 6 Nov 1956. The engraved date has been selected as official. White, Laura Belle (I7035)
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Seagraves, Wade Paul (I7154)
59 "The Reverend William Segraves and His Descendants" give the marriage date as 18 Aug 1923, but "North Carolina Marriage Records, 1741-2011" records the date as 24 Oct 1923. We will go with the official record.  Family F2272
60 "The Reverend William Segraves and His Descendants", S417, gives Timothy's birth date as 26 May 1961, but his obituary on gives 25 May 1961 as does his listing on We have opted for the 25 May date. Seagraves, Timothy Lee (I2420)
61 "U. S. Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863-1865" on records a Luther T. Seagraves, age 24, white, farmer, married, born in KY, on the February 1864 enumeration of persons of Class I who were subject to do duty in the Kentucky 3rd Congressional District. Seagraves, Luther T. (I4595)
62 "Vincent Segraves is a successful merchant of the county...Vincent was the seventh of the family and received his early education in Randolph County. He remained on his father's farm until 25 years of age, then commenced to farm for himself; but his labors in this direction were interrupted by the war...He has since been engaged in farming, and in connection has followed merchandising since 1886, at which time he formed a partnership with W. E. Hibbard, but at the end of nine months became associated with J. W. Witherford. He owns fertile lands to the amount of 120 acres and has 65 acres under cultivation...Mrs. Segraves is a member of the United Baptist Church. Mr. Segraves is a staunch Democrat in his political views." Seagraves, Vincent Jr. (I795)
63 10 May 1998 Evansville (IN) Courier & Press obituary:
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ill. -- Hershel D. Bartle, 82, died Saturday morning at home.
He retired after 40 years at Marathon. He was a member of First Baptist Church and a 50-year member of the Masonic Lodge.
Surviving are his wife, Amelia K. (Maibaum); a daughter, Virginia Worstell of Bridgeport; a son, Eugene of Lawrenceville; a sister, Mabel Webb of Pocomoke City, Md.; a brother, Barney of Carlisle; six grandchildren, Kim (Bartle) Hatton, Robin (Worstell) Renfroe, Donna (Bartle) Cardinal, Dale Bartle and Mark and Dan Worstell; and six great-grandchildren.
Bartle, Herschel Dale (I1768)
64 10 October 1820 John Seagraves of Anson County, North Carolina swore an oath:
State of North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter
Anson County Sessions October Term 1820
by the Parish, that he is by profession a farmer but is already disqualth [?] and to perform any labor, that he has no family, and now lives entirely on the charity of a friend. On this 10th day of October 1820 personally appeared in open court being a Court of Record for said County proceeding according to ?. Of the Common Law with a Jurisdiction ??.. in ?.. of amount keeping a record of its proceedings and having a Seal, John Seagraves aged about Eighty years of age Resident of said County of Anson who being duly sworn according to law doth on his oath declare that he served in the Revolutionary War as follows, that he enlisted with Captain William Ward of the fifth Regiment of Continental Troops in the State of North Carolina or about the year 1777 for the term of three years that he was at the battle of Stono at Eutaw Springs and at Ninety Six that he served his time during the said three years and was honourably discharged that he afterwards enlisted for and during the war and continued to serve until the cessation of armes when he was honorably discharged at Sullivan?s Island, that his discharge together with all other his [?] papers has been long since lost, the said John Seagraves further swears that he has received a pension under Act of the 18th March 1818 by virtue of Pension Certificate and the said John Seagraves doth solemnly swear that he was a ?.. Citizen of the United States on the 18th day of March 1818 and that he has since that time by gift sale or in any manner disposed of his property or any part thereof with intent so to diminish it or to buy his self within the provision of An Act of Congress entitled An Act to provide for Certain persons employed [?] in the Land and Naval Service of the United States, and that he has not nor has any person for him any .?[?] party [?] or security contracts or debts due to him nor his heirs be any income, and that he is owner of no property whatsoever except his ??. [?] ???[?] and consequently has no ?...[?] to render to this worshipful Court that before he was placed on the Pension list he was supported
Sworn to and subscribed
in open court this
10th day of October 1820
T. Hittle his John X Segraves
J. Elod [?] Robinson, clerk of Anson County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions do certify that the foregoing oath was duly sworn to and subscribed by John Segraves in open court and is a true copy of ?.[?] ?[?] minutes of sd. Court. In testimony [?] veritates [?] I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court this 10th day of October AD 1820 and in 45 year of ??..[?] Va ???[?] Y. J. Robinson
Seagraves, John Sr. (I643)
65 11 Jun 1955 Passenger Manifest of Seaboard & Western Airlines flight from Frankfort, Germany to New York with: Capt. Mack N. (age 35) & Mrs. Marjorie (age 34) Seagraves, Vesal (age 16) and Andrew (age 8), and Sherre (age 7) Seagraves.  Seagraves, Sherre Ruth (I216)
66 11 Jun 1955 Passenger Manifest of Seaboard & Western Airlines flight from Frankfort, Germany to New York with: Capt. Mack N. (age 35) & Mrs. Marjorie (age 34) Seagraves, Vesal (age 16) and Andrew (age 8), and Sherre (age 7) Seagraves.  Seagraves, Verrell Mack (I214)
67 1832 is an average birth year based on the birth year of 1831 reported on the 1860 census and the birth year of 1833 reported on the 1870 census. No other source mentions her date of birth, so 1832 seems reasonable.  Brown, Jane C. (I6112)
68 1832 is an average birth year based on the birth year of 1831 reported on the 1860 census and the birth year of 1833 reported on the 1870 census. No other source mentions his date of birth, so 1832 seems reasonable.  Seagraves, William (I6111)
69 1945 obituary in Era Centennial:
"Dr. Segraves had received his Medical Degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He came to Texas in 1884 and to the Era Community in 1885. During the early days of his medical practice Dr. Segraves visited his patients horseback, carrying his medicine and instruments in saddle bags. Later he adopted the use of a buggy, and eventually the automobile. He practiced medicine in the Era Community for 59 years. Dr. Segraves was a member of the Era Church of Christ." 
Seagraves, Samuel Lewis (I874)
70 7 Oct 1723 the will of Adam Seagrave was proved in court in Currituck Precinct, North Carolina. Legatees were: John Smith (Executor) Hezekiah Woodhouse, Maleqoe Winter, and Samson Woodhouse. Witnesses were: Henry Woodhouse, Thomas Larry, and John Stone.  Seagrave, Adam (I615)
71 A 19 Apr 1817 Abstract of a land entry quotes a part of the "will of Samuel Segraves, deceased" Seagraves, Samuel (I646)
72 A copy of the Rusk County Marriage Record for W. T. Scott and Naoma Seagroves shows they married on 4 Mar 1884. Family F2128
73 A memorial for a Jane C. Seagroves, born 1833 in Tennessee and died in 1880 says that "Dates, places and spelling of maiden name are educated guesses." That FAG entry reports that Jane's burial place is "Unknown".
However, the date of birth and place of birth tie closely with the two census records for this wife of William Seagroves.
Also, it and some Ancestry trees give Jane a maiden name of Biship [probably intended to be Bishop] which is not otherwise supported in the historical records. The marriage record for a William Segraves and Jane C. Brown in Rutherford County, Tennessee listed in "Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002" on and attached to this William Seagroves clearly shows her name as "Brown", not Bishop. The age of their first child as shown on the 1860 census: William Thomas, 12, born in TN, is consistent with a marriage in 1847.
No reliance has been placed on these "educated guesses" and only information discovered in actual sources has been used for William and Jane. 
Brown, Jane C. (I6112)
74 A memorial for a William Aylward Seagroves, born 1833 in North Carolina and died 1875 in Texas says that "Dates and Places are educated guesses." That FAG entry reports that William's burial place is "Unknown".
However, the date of birth and place of birth tie closely with the two census records for this William Seagroves.
Also, it and some Ancestry trees give William a middle name of Aylward which is not otherwise supported in the historical records. The FAG entry ties William with a Jane C. Biship, born 1833 in TN and died in 1880. Again for her entry a disclaimer is made: "Dates, places and spelling of maiden name are educated guesses." Her burial site is also "Unknown".
No reliance has been placed on these "educated guesses" and only information discovered in actual sources has been used for William and Jane. 
Seagraves, William (I6111)
75 A James E. Seagraves with no known birth date is known to be buried in Walnut hill Cemetery in Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island who died in 1915. It is possible that this is James Edward born 18 Jun 1843. He may also be the James Seagrave, born in Mar 1842 in RI, shown on the 1900 census as a boarder with Henry and Mary Murray in Ward #10, Providence, RI and the James E. Seagrave, 68, MA, on West Clifford St., Providence, RI listed as the uncle of George L. & Grace R. Davis on the 1910 census in Ward #10, Providence, RI.
The later is so likely to be James in question and also the James recorded as dying in 1915 that I have made that connection with no other proof. Perhaps not coincidentally, Charles H. Seagraves, died 1913, who may be the adopted son of James E., is also buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery. 
Seagrave, James Edward (I4828)
76 A large and fine tobacco barn, the property of Dr. Seagraves, at Bald Knob, was burned to the ground some 10 days since. The burning was accidental. Dr. Seagraves? loss is quite heavy, a large quantity of leaf tobacco being consumed with the building. Seagraves, John Henderson (I115)
77 A possible middle name for Gilbert is Maxwell based on an entry on page 274 of "Macon County, Tennessee History and Families" by the Macon County, Tennessee Historical Society published in 2001 by the Turner Publishing Co., Paducah, KY. The entry was written by Dean Gregory about his grandfather, Tomas B. Gregory and grandmother, Leatha Ann Seagraves. In it he states: "My grandmother's grandparents were William Henry (Jake) Seagraves and Sally Gauldin Seagraves. Her grandfather, Gilbra Max Seagraves was paid $98 to clear the land where the courthouse now stands."
That is the only existing record giving Gilbert's middle name and may explain why the name Maxwell carries down the family including his 5th child, Maxwell C. Seagraves and his grandson, Maxwell Lewis Seagraves, among others.
The lack of other recordings of such a middle name make it too uncertain to make it part of the record. 
Seagraves, Gilbert (I85)
78 A search of Oakwood Cemetery on does not show a Eugene or E. F. Seagraves (any spelling version) even though Effie Perdue Seagraves is buried there. Nor is there a death certificate for Eugene on the list of North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1976. The date and cemetery given come form the Personal History of Paul Franklin Seagraves, a son of Eugene and Effie. Paul seems to also have gotten the name of Eugene's first wife wrong, so all entries are being checked. Seagraves, Eugene Franklin (I859)
79 A Thomas Seagraves is buried in the Waitsburg Cemetery, Walla Walla County, Washington but his dates of birth and death are listed as "unknown". "Washington Select Death Certificates, 1907-1960" lists a Thomas Segraves, born about 1874 who died in Walla Walla 29 Aug 1956, so I am convinced that the Thomas buried in Waitsburg Cemetery is Thomas S. born 19 Apr 1874 to William Seagraves & Eliza Jane Money. Seagraves, Thomas S. (I1372)
80 A. J. was probably born in Maury County, Tennessee. Seagraves, Andrew Jackson (I683)
81 Aaron served in the 25th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and was wounded and taken prisoner on 16 May 1864 and died in Libby Prison 2 days later. Metcalf, Aaron B (I5713)
82 Aaron's death certificate gives his date of birth as 16 Sep 1900 but his gravestone shows 10 Apr 1900. I cannot be sure which date is correct, but since a newborn son is not shown on the 1900 census of his family, I suspect that the 16 Sep date is more likely. Seagraves, Aaron Sr. (I10)
83 Aaron's death certificate gives his date of death as 20 Feb 1939 but his gravestone shows 6 Feb 1939. I cannot be sure which date is correct, but am showing the 20 Feb date in hopes he lived long enough to see the birth of his son, Aaron, Jr. on 13 Feb 1939. Seagraves, Aaron Sr. (I10)
84 Aaron's death certificate lists his cause of death as "acute myocarlitis and pulmonary tuberculosis." Seagraves, Aaron Sr. (I10)
85 About 1827 Joel Segraves married Unknown, possibly in Wake County, North Carolina or Bledsoe County, Tennessee, based on the first named child?s age on the 1850 census. LNU, unkown (I1172)
86 According to "Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves Abigail never married as she is buried as Abigail Seagreaves. Seagraves, Abigail (I6495)
87 According to "Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves Elizabeth married a Stein and she may be buried in the Union-West End Cemetery in Allentown, PA as Elizabeth Stein. No record of her marriage to a Stein has yet been found. Stein (I6497)
88 According to "Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves Louisa never married as she is buried as Louisa Seagreaves. Seagraves, Louisa (I6500)
89 According to "Genealogy of the Seagrave Family, 1725-1881" "Samuel was preparing himself for the ministry at the time of his decease."  Seagrave, Samuel (I4703)
90 According to "Genealogy of the Seagraves and Sampson Families and Kindred Lines" Mary was the daughter of John L. Cooper and Eliza J. Martin. Cooper, Mary L. (I6958)
91 According to "Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001" on Nora was the daughter of Samuel Spade and Sarah Williamson. "Ohio Births and Christenings Index, 1774-1973" on Ancestry gives her parents as Samuel Spade and O. S. Williamson. Spade, Nora E. (I6906)
92 according to "Let the Drums Roll- Veterans and Patriots of the Revolutionary War who Settled in Maury County, Tennessee" Jacob married a second time to a woman named Alinar. His second wife as referred to in his 1822 pension application was "aged about 40 years" in 1822, suggesting she was born in the early 1780s. This second wife was probably the mother of his 8 children named in his 1822 pension application. The entry for Jacob on suggests that his second wife was an Elizabeth Hanes. No record of such 2nd marriage has been found and neither source specifies an original source for the information, so since Jacob's 1822 pension application describes, without naming, a wife, she is presumed to have existed. Family F224
93 According to "Massachusetts Death Records, 1841-1915" on Edward F. Seagrave, son of John & Mary, died at age 68 of consumption as a stone mason. Seagrave, Edward Foster (I4816)
94 According to "Massachusetts Marriage Records, 1840-1915" Florence was the daughter of Andrew B. Coe and Sarah McMullen. Coe, Florence Lillian (I5140)
95 According to "Michigan Marriage Records, 1867-1952" on Ina E. Post, age 24, born in Petosky, MI daughter of Stillman A. Post & Lucy Pray, married Class L. Hultgren in Muskegon, Muskegon County, MI on 18 Aug 1905.
According to the "Millennium File" on Ernest Seagrave, born 23 Sep 1883 in Denison, Crawford Co., IA married Ina Post Hultgren in Mar 1917 with no location given. However, since Ina E. Hultgren is listed in the Seattle, WA Directory for 1916 as the wife of Cless L. Hultgren, it is possible that she married Ernest J. Seagrave there or possibly in San Francisco, CA where he is listed with his wife, Ina Esther Seagrave, on his WWI draft registration dated 12 Sep 1918 and where they are recorded on the 1920 census. No records support either possibility so we may never know for certain where they married.
The 1940 census for Seattle, WA shows Ina married to a William Williams, so she clearly married a third time, probably in Seattle, again no specific record of that marriage has been found. 
Family F1465
96 According to "North Carolina Marriage Records, 1741-2011" John's parents were John Lee Upchurch and Alpha House. Upchurch, John Lee Jr. (I5018)
97 According to "North Carolina Marriage Records, 1741-2011" Macy Virginia Seagroves, age 59, daughter of James Thomas Stanton & Mamie Hubbard, married John Upchurch, age 44, in Wake County. Stanton, Macy Virginia (I5017)
98 According to "North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865" James Seagraves resided in Wake County where he enlisted on 15 July 1862 for the war. He was paroled near Sharpsburg, MD on 20 Sep 1862. His date and place of capture were not given. The muster rolls for June 30 to Oct 31 1862 show him 'absent- wounded'. He was present and accounted for until captured at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864. He was confined at Point Lookout, MD until transferred to Elmira, NY on 6 Aug 1864, then released on 12 Jun 1865 after taking the Oath. Seagraves, James M. (I1138)
99 According to "Pennsylvania and New Jersey Church and Town Records, 1669-2013", Alice Matilda Fink was born to Jacob and Rosa Ann Fink 6 Aug 1879 and baptized at the Salem Church of Christ in Allentown, PA on 2 Dec 1879. Fink, Alice Matilda (I6980)
100 According to "Pennsylvania Birth Certificates, 1906-1910" on Allen Samuel Eisenhard was born to Samuel Daniel and Alice Jane Eisenhard in Allentown, PA. Eisenhard, Allen Samuel Sr. (I6986)

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