Father Sir Thomas Seymour b. c 1427
Mother Philippa Hungerford b. c 1438
John Seymour, Esq. was born circa 1460 at of North Molton, Devonshire, England.
He married Elizabeth Chocke, daughter of Sir Richard Chocke, Justice of the Peace and Jane Pavey, circa 1479.
John Seymour, Esq. died on 5 October 1485 at Beckington Frome, Somersetshire, England.
" Thomas, son of John Seymour. (fn. 57) Thomas settled the manor upon his son John Seymour and Elizabeth his wife and their heirs. Elizabeth outlived John and married secondly John Biconill and on her death in 1505 was succeeded by her granddaughter Joan, daughter of her son William Seymour who died in 1503. (fn. 58) Joan married William Drewry and died childless in 1517, and her heirs were her cousins John Stawell and Edward Bamfield, sons of her aunts Anne and Margaret, sisters of William Seymour. (fn. 59) Edward Bamfield died in 1528 and was succeeded by his son John. (fn. 60) John Stawell sold his share in 1566 to Thomas Webbe and Margaret his wife, (fn. 61) who also acquired from Richard Bamfield that part of the manor which had belonged to John Bamfield." 
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