142. COL. HORACE6 SEYMOUR (Jonathan5, Jonathan4, John3, John2, Richardl), born –, died at Lansingburgh, N.Y., —; married HOPE6 JONES, baptized 1 Nov. 1761, died at New York City, 15 Sept. 1806, daughter of Amasa5 (Daniel4, Josiah3, Josiah2, Lewis1), and Hope (Lord).
He was one of the number injured by the blowing up of the school-house, in the midst of the rejoicings for the repeal of the Stamp Act, 23 May 1766, but his hurts were slight. He served during the Revolutionary War, as Quartermaster, Cornet 10 July 1778, Lieutenant 2 June 1779, and Captain in Sheldon's Light Dragoons. After the Vvar, he became a merchant in Lansingburgh, N.Y. He afterwards lived in New York City.
In the Census of 1790, he was listed at Rensselaerwick, Albany Co., N.Y.
|i.||JULIET7, b. 15 July 1787; d. 30 Sept. 1866; m. 22 Feb. 1806, ABIJAH WESTON, b. at Waltham, Mass., 5 June 1779, d. at Philadelphia, Pa., 30 Nov. 1825, s. of Zachariah.|
|ii.||HARRIET, b. —; m. (1) at New York, 14 Jan. 1800, NATHANIEL BLOODGOOD; m. (2) 15 Dec. 1810, GEORGE BOWEN, b. at Coventry, R.I., 17 May 1787, d. 1848, s. of Aaron, Jr., and Elnathan (Gorton). They lived in Middlebury, Vt., and New York City.|
|iii.||ELIZA, b. —; d. at Cincinnati, Ohio, about 1833; m. 25 Nov. 1818, as his second wife, RICHARD BOWEN, b.at Coventry, R.I., 17 Feb. 1777, d. at Pittsburgh, Pa., May 1859, s. of Aaron, Jr., and Elnathan (Gorton). They lived in pittsburgh, Pa., and Cincinnati, Ohio.|