Samuel T. Seymour He worked for the B & O train company as an accountant.
Samuel died after being hit by a B & O railroad train. He was helping people across the tracks. A small boy was on the train tracks near Landsdown, Maryland, as the train was approaching. Samuel grabbed the little boy and was able to save him. However, Samuel was decapitated.
In 1920, Henry T and Irene Williams were living on West Lexington St in Baltimore. Henry was working as a clerk at a railroad office. The couple rented their home. In residence with the couple were son, Harvey (8) and daughter, Bernice (5) as well as Irene's mother Mary Seymour (58), a clerk with a drug company, and her brother Tillman (24) who was employed as a clerk at a railroad office.
Samuel Tilgham Seymour married Saphronia Viola Barneman in 1926 at Lewis, West Virginia.
In 1942 at the time of the WWII Draft registration, Samuel Tilgham Seymour was 45 years old and working for B&O RR Company. He was a resident of Taylor County, West Virginia with wife Saphronia. Birth cited as September 24, 1896 at Talbot, Maryland.
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On 23 Apr 2019 at 23:16 GMT Carolyn Gibson wrote:
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