I could use some help finding Jacob Paul Seabaugh in 1910 and 1920 in Southeast Missouri.
(The Jacob Seabaugh who was born about 1864 and who lived in Wayne County, Missouri was the son of Andrew and Margaret Cook Seabaugh.
The Jacob Seabaugh who was born about 1846 and who lived in Bollinger County was the son of Henry and Mathilda Hahn Seabaugh.)
Here is what I have:
Born about 1859 in Bollinger County Missouri to
George Seabaugh and Martha 'Patsy' Cook
CENSUS & MARRIAGES
1860 Union, Bollinger
1870 Union, Bollinger
1878 MARRIAGE Amanda Isabell Statler, Bollinger County
Lillie Ann born 1879
Christian Columbus 1881
George Washington 1883
1880 White Water, Bollinger
1890 MARRIAGE Sarah M Wooldridge, Cape Girardeau County
Tony Floyd 1891
Emma Elizabeth 1893
1900 Union. Bollinger; widowed
1930 White Water, Bollinger; living with youngest daughter Emma and husband Frederick Seabaugh.
DEATH No death certificate/information found so far.
BURIED Old Bollinger/Daniel Bollinger Cemetery (Find A Grave)
Amanda Isabell Statler Seabaugh
Sarah M Wooldridge Seabaugh
George (father) Seabaugh
Martha (mother) Cook Seabaugh
In one obituary for Jacob's youngest son Tony, Jacob's name is given as Paul J. Seabaugh. In addition, Christian Columbus Seabaugh and Lillie Seabaugh Hanners are listed as Tony Seabaugh's half-siblings in both obituaries, which would make Amanda Isabell Statler the mother of Christian, George W, Lillie, Howard, and Nettie (Howard and Nettie probably died young).
Obituaries for Tony Floyd Seabaugh as found online:
Monday, Dec. 24, 1962
Lutesville--Tony Floyd Seabaugh, 71 years old, a native of Sedgewickville, died Saturday afternoon in a Poplar Bluff hospital.
Services were held today at Reagan's Chapel Church at Patton, the Rev. Peter McFarlane in charge. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Mr. Seabaugh, a retired farmer, was born Oct. 27, 1891, and was married on June 6, 1920, to Miss Ida Reagan who survives.
Also surviving are three sons, Sherman of Jackson, Junior of Granite City, Ill., and Donald of Cape Girardeau; a daughter, Mrs. Leemon Hopkins of Cape Girardeau; a sister, Emma Seabaugh of Jackson, a half sister, Mrs. Lillie Hanners of Patton, a half brother, Christian Seabaugh of Lutesville, and four grandchildren.
The Baker Funeral Home of Lutesville was in charge of arrangements.
The Southeast Missourian, Cape Girardeau Missouri
December 27, 1962
Tony Floyd Seabaugh, 71 year old retired farmer of Patton, died Sunday at the Veterans Hospital in Poplar Bluff. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs.PAUL J. Seabaugh, he was born at Sedgewickville, October 27, 1891. On June 6, 1920, he was married to Ida Reagan who survives. Also surviving are three sons, Sherman of Jackson, Junior of Granite City, Ill., and Donald of Cape Girardeau; a daughter, Mrs. Leemon Hopkins of Cape Girardeau; one sister, Emma Seabaugh of Jackson, a half-brother, C.C. Seabaugh of Lutesville, one half-sister, Mrs. Lillie Hanners of Patton and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday at Reagan's Chapel near Patton. Interment was in a cemetery near Patton.
The Banner Press, Marble Hill, Missouri