According to one account, he married ABIGAIL SIMONS of Colebrook. As he had children born before 1786, she may have been his first wife.
He bought land in Colebrook, Conn., from Samuel and Keziah Mills, 27 Jan. 1787. He was admitted a voter in Colebrook in 1798, but had been tythingman there in 1784.. He moved over the line into Sandisfield, Mass., about 1800, and was living there in 1834; but in 1838 he removed to Granville, Mass., and in 1844 to Ludlow.
Allen, Lyman and Stephen Seymour were scholars in the Colebrook North District School in 1796.
He served as Sergeant in the Revolutionary War for three years; was at Peekskill, White Plains, New York, New Brunswick, and Monmouth, but not actually engaged in the battle at the last place. His application states that he substituted for his brother, Sergt. Joseph.
|184.||i.||ALLEN6, b. 1781.|
|ii.||LUCINA, b. 1784; m. Jan. 1806, LUKE DEMING, b. 23 May 1781, s. of John of Sandisfield, Mass.|
|iii.||LYMAN, b. –; res. Granville, Mass.; m. 28 Apr. 1811, JULIA PRATT.|
|I.||Sarah A. E.7, m. – Brooks.|
|iv.||STEPHEN, b. 26 July 1787; res. Sandisfield. Mass,; m. FRANCES MALLISON of Groton, Mass., b. 18 July 1787.|
|I.||Sarah Maria7 b. 17 Dec. 1806; d. 29 Aug. 1880.|
|II.||James Madison, b. 28 June 1809; d. 15 July 1859; m. 30 June 1837, Caroline Margaret Pitcher, b. 16 Dec. 1821, dau. of Rufus of Philadelphia, Pa.|
|(1)||Charles Jamess, b. 5 Feb. 1840; d. at Brookline, Mass., 25 Mar. 1906; m. 14 Apr. 1880, Marie Larrabee, dau. of William Pelham Larrabee of Bath, Me. See below.|
|(2)||Arabella, b. 1 Aug. 1843; d. 11 July 1879; m. 28 Apr. 1868, James Sherlock of Eastport, Me., who d. in 1878.|
|III.||Charles G., b. 16 Oct. 1812; rem. to Aurora, Ill.|
|v.||MARY, b. –; m. LUCIAN HOLMES of Colebrook, Conn.|
|vi.||JANE, b. –; m. MYRON GAYLORD of Hartford, Conn.|
CHARLES J.8 SEYMOUR (1840-1906), a native of Colebrook, Conn., went in youth with his father to New York City. He enlisted on 23 Apr. 1861 as a Private in Co. A, 10th Regt., New York Volunteers. In August, he was commissioned Lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp to Brig.-Gen. Sickles, served as Lieutenant in Co. L, 2d Penn. Heavy Artillery, and resigned to assume the rank of Major, 25th Cavalry, New York Volunteers. He participated in the Shenandoah Valley campaign. He was honorably discharged for disability, 28 Jan. 1865.
Mr. Seymour resided for a short time in Newport, R.I., and spent the last years of his life in Brookline, Mass. He bought the alleged Seymour Bible containing spurious entries which the author has discussed at length in the Introduction.