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236. Ira Seymour

236. IRA7 SEYMOUR (Allyn6, Allyn5, Timothy4, John3, John2, Richard1), born at West Hartford, Conn., 25 Aug. 1797; married 12 Apr. 1825, LURA DIMICK, born at Redfield, N.Y., 29 Jan. 1804, daughter of Richard and Nabby (Tennings).

He settled in Syracuse, N.Y., in 1841, and served as a member of the Common Council.

i. IRA BRAYTON8, b. at Redfield, N.Y., 7 Apr. 1833; m. at Syracuse, N.Y., 19 Sept. 1854, JANE KINSLEY, b. at Otisco, N.Y., 24 Mar. 1834, dau. of Lyman and Sylva (Burt). Child:
I. Francis Henry9, b. at Syracuse, N.Y., 28 Mar. 1856.
ii. OLIVER TEAL, b. at Syracuse, 12 Sept. 1843. He served during the Civil War; enlisted as a Private, 15 Aug. 1863, in Co. C, 3d N.Y. Vol. Artillery; appointed Quartermaster Sergeant, 31 Aug. 1863; served in North Carolina from Sept. 1863 to Apr. 1865, and was in the Battles of Newbern and Kingston; mustered out, 13 June 1865.

IRA BRAYTON8 SEYMOUR (born 1833) served during the Civil War, being commissioned 18 Sept. 1862, Captain of Co. E, 149th N.Y. Vols., and was present at the Battle of Fredericksburg, Va., and at Gettysburg; was afterwards with the Western Army in many engagements; Provost Marshal General of 2d Division, 20th Army Corps, 20 Dec. 1863; attached to Gen. Geary's staff until mustered out 30 June 1865; commissioned Major, 20 May 1865; Brevet Major “for gallant and meritorious services during the recent campaign in Georgia and the Carolinas, to date from 13 Mar. 1865”; Brevet Lieut. Colonel, by State of N.Y., 10 Sept. 1867, “for gallant and meritorious service in the field during the War.”

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