66. CAPT. TIMOTHY5 SEYMOUR (Timothy4, John3, John2, Richard1), born at Hartford, Conn., 1 Feb. 1728, died at West Hartford, 21 Dec. 1782 ae. 55; married at West Hartford, 1 Dec. 1748, LYDIA4 KELLOGG, born 22 July 1729, died at Litchfield, Conn., 6 Nov. 1810, daughter of Lieut. Jacob3 (Samuel2, Joseph1) and Mary (Sedgwick). She married second, Matthews Clark, born 19 Dec. 1719, died 1 Nov. 1792, son of Matthew2 (John1) and Ruth (Judd) Clark; married third, Sept. 1803, Capt. Archibald McNeil, son of Capt. Archibald and Sarah McNeil of Litchfield, Conn.
He was appointed 1st Lieut. of the 2d Co., Col. Whiting's Regt., raised for the French and Indian War in Mar. 1756, also in Gen. Phineas Lyman's Regt. in 1760. He was made Lieut. of the 4th Co. in the town of Hartford, May 1760, and its Captain, May 1761.
Administration upon the estate of Capt. Timothy Seymour, late of Hartford, was granted to George Kellogg and Lydia Seymour, widow of the dec'd, 18 May 1784. The estate was insolvent. Inventory of above estate taken 27 May 1784.
|Children, baptized at West Hartford, Conn.:|
|130.||i.||TIMOTHY6, bapt. 7 May 1749.|
|ii.||NANCY, b. 16 Feb. 1751; d. at West Hartford, 28 Jan. (27 Jan. by gravestone) 1792 ae. 41; m. in 1771, RICHARD4 GOODMAN, b. 14 Apr. 1748 at West Hartford, d. there 8 Apr. 1834 aged 86 (g. s.), s. of Timothy3 (Richard2, Richard1) and Joanna (Wadsworth). Thirteen children.|
|131.||iii.||NORMAN, b. 3 Dec. 1752.|
|iv.||RODERICK, bapt, 3 Nov. 1754; d. young.|
|v.||AMY, b. 15, bapt, 17 Oct. 1756; d. at West Hartford, 7 Oct. 1814 aged 58; m. (pub. 21 Oct. 1780) at West Hartford, MOSES4 GOODMAN, b. at West Hartford, 20 June 1750, d. there 19 Aug. (17 Aug. by gravestone) 1831 aged 81, s. of Timothy3 (Richard2, Richard1) and Joanna (Wadsworth). He was an efficient farmer, and a Revolutionary soldier. Twelve children.|
|vi.||RODERICK, bapt. 6 Aug. 1758; d. 6 July 1825 ae. 68, unm. He was in Col. Newberry's Regt, in the Continental Army in 1776, and probably served at other times during the war. He was a hatter in West Hartford; during the latter part of his life he lived with his aunt Mrs. Charles Seymour, and after her death, with her daughter, Mrs. Mills.|
|132.||vii.||TRUMAN, b. 4, bapt. 9 Nov. 1760.|