The Seagraves Family

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5451 Vernon died of a shotgun wound to the abdomen at age 40. Seagraves, Vernon Gray (I4067)
 
5452 Vester & Merton were probably married in Macon County, Tennessee. Family F197
 
5453 Victoria was born in Baptist Hospital in Nashville. Seagraves, Victoria Laura (I6934)
 
5454 Vincent and Lucy were probably married in Lawrence County, Arkansas. Family F251
 
5455 Vincent Segraves was born, a son of Jacob Segraves, possibly in Wake County, North Carolina. His 1814 Army enlistment papers show him as age 23 which suggests he was born in 1790 if the April date for his birth is correct. His brother, Bennett Seagraves, has a birth date of July 1791 and the 1790 census shows his father, Jacob Segraves in Wake County, North Carolina with two sons under 16, who are possibly Isaac, born about 1785, and Vincent, born in 1788. On the strength of his tombstone date and his possible age on the 1790 census, I have determined to use the 1788 year of birth. The Ancestry.com "Family Data Collection-Births" reports that Vincent was the son of Jacob Segraves and Priscilla Strickland, born on 24 April 1788 in Mars Hill, Madison County, North Carolina, Mars Hill is in far western North Carolina, just north of Asheville, about 150 miles from Wake County. As described below Vincent gave his place of birth as Wake County, North Carolina when he enlisted in the Army in 1814 and his father, Jacob was on the 1790 census in Wake County, so, without further support for the Madison County birth location it is not considered a likely possibility. Seagraves, Vincent (I673)
 
5456 Vincent's Findagrave.com entry and the 1860 census give his name as Vincent C., but his actual gravestone and other sources do not. The 1910 census records a middle initial that appears to read "T." Since the earliest recordings of his surname are "Graves", it is likely that the scribe was hearing Segraves but thinking that the Se part was a middle initial. It is possible that his father, who is frequently shown as born in South Carolina, may in fact have been a Graves with a middle initial "C." and as actual Segraves and Seagraves moved into Arkansas from Tennessee, their family began to adopt that spelling, dropping the initial. The records are not clear enough on that point, but do not support using a middle initial for either man. Seagraves, Vincent Jr. (I795)
 
5457 Virginia Marriage Records, 1936-2014 show Lucille's parents as J. C. Huffman and Effie Church. Huffman, Lucille M. (I2422)
 
5458 Virginia was possibly born in Montgomery County, North Carolina since her father, Daniel, is recorded on the 1800 census for Montgomery County.  Seagraves, Virginia (I702)
 
5459 Virginia was possibly born in Pike County, Georgia since her parents are recorded there on the 1840 census. Seagraves, Virginia Ann Frances (I1145)
 
5460 Vivian was born to Robert Emerson Pearson and Opal C. Penley. Pearson, Vivian Alta (I5007)
 
5461 Vivian's family was on the 1920 census in Marshall County, Illinois, so it is likely that she was born there. Seagraves, Vivian (I1797)
 
5462 Wallace & Priscilla were possibly married in San Diego, San Diego County, California, probably in 1941. Family F476
 
5463 Wallace was probably born in Maricopa County, Arizona. Bell, Wallace (I1568)
 
5464 Walter & Bertha were probably married in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. Family F338
 
5465 Walter died at age 37 as a factory worker. Seagraves, Walter Clark (I5775)
 
5466 Watson Alexander was probably born in Rowan County, North Carolina.  Seagraves, Watson Alexander (I1165)
 
5467 Waymon "never married". Seagraves, Waymon (I6321)
 
5468 Waymon was a twin to Lou Frances. Seagraves, Waymon (I6321)
 
5469 We have no confirmation or proof that this Sarah is the woman listed on Clarence P. Seagreaves death certificate as his mother, but she is the only Sarah Blank we have discovered in Lehigh County, PA of the right age to possibly be the same person. If she was 11 in 1870 she would have been 22 when Clarence was born in 1881.
More research on this family is required to establish proof of these relationships. 
Blank, Sarah S. (I6939)
 
5470 We have not discovered a marriage record for George Seagrove and Elsa Wilhelmina Dorothea Schulz anywhere in the 1920s. However certain Ancestry family trees claim they were married and that she is the Elsa D. Seagrave, age 45, born in Germany listed as the wife of George A. Seagrave on the 1930 census in San Antonio, Texas. That census records her immigration year as 1910 which almost matches the listing for Elsa Wilhelmina Dorothea Schulz in the U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992 on Ancestry.com which gives her birth date as 2 Jan 1884 in Germany and her year of arrival as 1907. An Elsa L. Seagrove, born in 1884,died in 1961, is buried in the Spring Lake Cemetery in Spring Lake, Ottawa County, Michigan near the grave of George A. Seagrove. Schulz, Elsa Wilhelmina Dorothea (I6977)
 
5471 Wesley was probably born in Wake County, North Carolina. Seagraves, Wesley J. (I1133)
 
5472 When she was born Pawtucket was in Massachusetts. Carter, Abigail (I2491)
 
5473 Wiley "never married." Seagraves, Willie A. (I1546)
 
5474 Wiley was born 9 September 1855 on White Oak Branch in Macon County, Tennessee and died at Sentinel, Oklahoma on 6 March 1950. "His father Abraham Eason FREEMAN lived on Katie Hill across the branch from the old Co. Farm" "the Freeman tribe came by ox wagons through Cumberland Gap into Tennessee about 1800." His children were: Mary, married John Gillenwater,"; Hise, who was an officer in the Civil War, wife was Mary Seagraves, daughter of Louis Seagraves near Lafayette; went to Texas in 1882;." Wiley Howell, named for Dr. Wiley Howell, physician of Lafayette,"his wife was Laura Seagraves, sister of Mary." Wiley Howell Freeman taught school at Antioch and near Franklin, Kentucky, before going to Vanderbilt University where he and his brother-in-law graduated in medicine before coming to Roanoke, Texas in 1882." Sam Seagraves and Wiley Howell Freeman practiced medicine over sixty years, "Uncle Wiley" went to the Plains of west Texas in 1900, selling land for forty that cost him ten and investing in land at a dollar up. He later moved to Sentinel, OK having been joined by families of his two brothers, Abe and Joe, in 1900." Wiley died 6 March 1950 and is buried with Laura in the Sentinel Cemetery in Sentinel, Washita County, Oklahoma. Seagraves, Laura S. (I876)
 
5475 Wiley was probably born in Giles County, Tennessee. Seagraves, Wiley B. (I1225)
 
5476 Will of Adam Seagrave:
Oct. 27, 1723; Jan. 14, 1723/4
Secretary of State Original Wills, NC 1663-1789

In the name of god amen I Adam Seagrave weaver of North Carolina in the precinct of Corrotuck being very sick and week in body but of perfect mind and memrey thanks be to god for the same Calling to mind the imortallity of my body and knowing it is ordained for all men once to die I give my soule into the hands of god how give it me nothing doughting but all the general Resection but I shall Receive the same again by his infinite goodness and mercy Likewise my body to be buried in a Christane Like Desent maner as for this wourdely goods whare of it hath pleased god to bless me with all I give and Despose in the follering manner
Item I give and bequeave to my well beloved friend John Smith free negrow whome I consecute and apoynt my onely and solelie Excetor of this my Last Will and testement my plantation whereon I live and all my house in goods cow sowes and one Barrow one Red Cowe and Calef one red and whit Stear and one black pide bull and one hores.
Item I give and bequeave to Samson Woodhouse one Black cowe and Calef
Item I give and bequeave to Hezekiah Woodhous one Black heffer
Item I give and bequeave to Maleqoe Winter one grae Corse vest and one Cuntry Cloth vest.
I doe heareby consecute make and ordain John Smith my onley and soley Execetor of this my Last will and testement I doe heare by utterly Desanule Revoke and Deslowe all former wills and Legasies oneing this and noe othere to be my Last will and testment as witness my hand twenty
seaven Day of october 1723

Adam Seagrave

Sined Sealed and Delivered in the presents of us
Henry Woodhouse
Thomas Larry
John Stone

Last will of Adam Seagrave JanĀ?y 1723/4
North Carolina Pro.
Corotuck Prsct.
This will was Proved in open Court ye 14th Day of JanĀ?y Anno Dom 1723/4 By the Oaths of Mr. Henry Woodhouse and Thomas Lerry.
Test Jos. Wicker Clk. Court
 
Seagrave, Adam (I615)
 
5477 William & Cathy were probably married in Ohio. Family F147
 
5478 William & Vernie were probably married in Allen County, Kentucky. Family F302
 
5479 William C. was possibly born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. Seagraves, William C. (I1219)
 
5480 William died Intestate. Arabella Seagrave was Administratrix, William Seagrave of Pilesgrove, Salem County was fellow bondsman. Seagraves, William II (I5941)
 
5481 William Earl Segraves is said to have married a Thelma Marie Hughley later in life. An unsourced Ancestry family tree places that date at 10 Nov 1946 in Las Vegas, Nevada. A long search through un-indexed and un-sequenced Clark County, Nevada marriage records on FamilySearch.com did not reveal any such marriage.
The Findagrave.com memorial for Virginia Segraves Francis (11 Aug 1947- 31 Jan 2013) says that she was "born in New York to Earl & Thelma (Hughley) Segraves." So, that marriage may be based in some fact not known to this researcher. Thelma Marie Hughley Segraves, 31 Aug 1906- 18 Feb 1982, is buried in the Laws Chapel Cemetery in Atlanta, TX where William Earl is buried, so, again, a relationship is implied.
I do not believe additional research work is currently required to complete the life of William Earl Segraves, but that future information may become available to do so. 
Seagraves, William Earl Sr. (I3436)
 
5482 William Gray died at age 63 of cancer  Massey, William Gray (I482)
 
5483 William H. was probably born in Wake County, North Carolina. Seagraves, William H. (I1136)
 
5484 William is not listed on Findagrave.com in any of the Sagraves/Seagraves family cemeteries in Carter County, Kentucky or any other cemetery in Kentucky. Seagraves, William Jr. (I4227)
 
5485 William Jackson was born purportedly to Charlotte Hamilton as the bastard child of Gilbert Seagraves based on her deposition before a Wake Court in 1821 and the posted reminiscences of Eleanor Draughton in a 13 August 2001 posting on the Seagraves Family Genealogy Forum which cited her unnamed great aunt who had claimed that William Jackson Seagroves was her grandfather who had been born to Lotty Hamilton and Gilbert Seagraves.  Seagraves, William Jackson (I1397)
 
5486 William K. probably died in Bledsoe County, Tennessee.  Seagraves, William K. (I1187)
 
5487 William K. was probably born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee.  Seagraves, William K. (I1187)
 
5488 William may have been born about 1695 possibly in Isle of Wight County, Virginia or some other part of Virginia or North Carolina. Segrave, William (I629)
 
5489 William may have died in Madison County, Georgia, but no specific record of that death has been found. Seagraves, William Isaac Sr. (I658)
 
5490 William probably died in Wake County, North Carolina. Seagraves, William (I768)
 
5491 William R. was probably born in Lincoln County, Tennessee. Seagraves, William R. (I1351)
 
5492 William Segrave was born to Francis, Sr. & Lucretia Segraves either in Chowan Precinct, North Carolina or Isle of Wight County, Virginia. William was either not yet born or old enough to have been noted as a member of the family when Francis, Sr. obtained writs to transport his family from Isle of Wight County to Perquimans Precinct, Colony of North Carolina in January 1697. He was named as co-executor of his father's will in 1725 suggesting that he had at least reached adulthood by then, so, arbitrarily, 1702 has been selected as a possible birth year and Virginia as his birthplace. Segrave, William Sr. (I624)
 
5493 William Segraves was born in North Carolina, probably in Wake County, possibly the son of William Segraves, Sr. The 1785 birth year is estimated based on his age range on the 1830 census of 40-49, suggesting a birth year between 1781 and 1790, of which the average is about 1785.  Seagraves, William (I768)
 
5494 William Segraves, Jr. was born to William, Sr. & Sarah Segraves either in Northampton County, North Carolina or in Isle of Wight County, Virginia possibly in the late 1720s to early 1730s. 1730 has been selected arbitrarily for convenience.  Segraves, William Jr. (I632)
 
5495 William Segraves, Sr. is believed to have died, probably in Northampton County, North Carolina, in the late 1760s after settling his major property holdings on his sons, William, Jr. and Jacob. Segrave, William Sr. (I624)
 
5496 William was probably born in Wake County, North Carolina. Seagraves, William (I857)
 
5497 William was killed "by Bushwackers" in the Civil War in Arkansas County, Arkansas. Seagraves, William A. (I738)
 
5498 William was possibly born in Warren County, Kentucky since his father, Samuel, is believed to have migrated there from Virginia about 1805. Seagraves, William (I655)
 
5499 William was probably born in Maury County, Tennessee. Seagraves, William (I678)
 
5500 William was probably born in Wake County, North Carolina. Seagraves, William (I773)
 

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