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A History of the Seymour Family
Descendants of Richard Seymour of Hartford, Connecticut, for six generations; with extensive amplification of the lines deriving from his son John Seymour of Hartford / compiled and arranged for publication under the direction of George Dudley Seymour, by Donald Lines Jacobus, based primarily on the manuscript collections of Mary Kingsbury Talcott and of Seymour Morris, which the author has augmented with an introduction, various memorabilia and appendices, and a picture gallery of Seymour family portraits, houses, seals, chests and family memorials.
- by Donald Lines Jacobus (1887-1970)
- published by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., New Haven, Conn., 1939
- 662 pages
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Table of Contents
- The English origin of Richard and Mercy Seymour
- The Seymour Family. 1. Richard1 Seymour, founder of the Connecticut family of the name...
- Descendants of John2 Seymour
- Appendix I. Bibliography, Seymour Family
- Appendix II. The Seymour Committee of 1903
- Appendix III. Registers of Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, England
- Appendix IV. Richard Seymour of the Popham Colony
- Appendix V. The first mayor of Hartford welcomes President Washington
- Appendix VI. The "Gallant Ledyard" and young William Seymour
- Appendix VII. Seymour memorials
- Appendix VIII. Seymour Family portraits
- Appendix IX. From the authors scrap-book
- Appendix X. Governor Thomas "Hart" Seymour
- Appendix XI. Bibliography of George Dudley Seymour
- Appendix XII. A leaf from "friendships garland"
- The inauguration of Charles Seymour as fifteenth president of Yale University
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- <span id='Jacobus'></span>Jacobus, Donald Lines. ''[[Space:A History of the Seymour Family|A History of the Seymour Family]]'' (Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., New Haven, Conn., 1939)