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155. Israel T. Seymour

155. ISRAEL T.6 SEYMOUR (Aaron5, Moses4, John3, John2, Richard1), born at West Hartford, Conn., 29 July 1784, died at Troy, N.Y., 10 Apr. 1852; married first, 12 Nov. 1809, SALLY CHURCH, born at Templeton, Mass., 23 May 1785, died at Troy, N.Y., 7 June 1822, daughter of Nathaniel; married second, 4 Jan. 1824, LUCINDA PIERCE, born at Waltham, Mass., 4 Jan. 1796, died at Troy, 25 Sept. 1874, daughter of William and Lucinda (Brintnall).

Children by first wife, born at Troy:
i. CHARLES EDWARD7, b. 15 Dec. 1810; d. at Troy, 29 Sept. 1835; m. at Troy, 1 Jan. 1833, SALLY ANN PICKLE, b. at Troy, 13 Jan. 1810, dau. of Henry and Jane.
I. Israel Henry8, b. 29 Apr. 1835; d. 19 Dec. 1837.
ii. ELEANORA (twin), b. 18 Mar. 1813; d. at Toledo, Ohio, 22 Feb. 1839; m. 20 Sept. 1836, SAMUEL B. SCOTT.
iii. LUMAN (twin), b. 18 Mar. 1813; d. 5 Sept. 1813.
iv. DELIA ANN, b. 12 Dec. 1817; d. 11 Nov. 1822.
v. INFANT, b. and d. 19 May 1820.
vi. WALTER JONES, b. 4 June 1822; m. at Troy, 11 May 1855, ELIZABETH (MANN) SWEETLAND, dau. of Timothy.
Children by second wife;
vii. HENRY ISRAEL, b. 7 Sept. 1824; d. at Troy, 18 Dec. 1870; m. 27 Sept. 1859, DELIA ANN PEET, dau. of Louis and Isabel (Pierce). No issue.
248. viii. WILLIAM PIERCE, b. 17 Oct. 1825.
249. ix. GEORGE RUTHVEN, b. 9 Aug. 1829.

HENRY ISRAEL7 SEYMOUR (1824-1870) was a chair manufacturer, of Troy. Endowed with a mind of extraordinary vigor, he strengthened and enriched it by extensive reading and earnest thought, and few of his fellow-citizens were able to cope with him in discussions of questions of the day. He was not without his prejudices; but he also possessed in a large degree the qualities of a warm and generous friendship, and those who knew him intimately were strongly attached to him. He was a good friend to the poor, and gave with no grudging hand to those who required assistance. He never forgot a friendly act, and in after years more than repaid some of those who aided him in his early career. As a business man, he was not merely successful; he gave employment to hundreds of persons, and contributed largely to the prosperity of Troy.

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