The information I have was researched by others and it has been passed on to me. I feel that it is accurate but pass it on as information not all verified. The birth and death dates indicated Est. are estimated dates established by someone else and span a rather broad time frame. The dates without the Est. indication are from actual records:
A. Seymore Somerset/Summersett
b.Est.1675-1729, d. Feb. 1752 North Hampton Co., NC - This fellow is thought to be
Seymore 11 and I have no info on his wife. .
Seymore 111: b. Est.1711-1753, d. Est. 1784-1839
John: b. Est. 1703-1753, d. Est.1726-1836
Esther: b. Est. 1703-1753, d. Est. 1725-1839
Elizabeth: b. Est. 1703-1753, d. Est 1725-1839
B. Children of Seymore 111:
Lott: b. Est. 1784-1814, d. Est. 1841-1898
William:. b. Est. 1739-1768, d. 1787 Bladen County, NC
Benjamin: b. Est. 1740-1798, d. Est. 1763-1876
Elizabeth: b. Est. 1740-1798, d. Est. 1762-1879
C. William married Frances Sheriff and their children were:
Seymore 1V: b.1790, d. Est. 1791-1880
John: b. Est.1766-1788, d. 1847 Pike County, AL
Stafford: b. Est. 1766-1788, d. Est. 1777-1874
There were also three daughters ( names not known ) and another son Allen born
after William died and adopted by Frances' second husband Stephen Barfield.
D. John and his wife Elizabeth came to Pike County, AL in1835. They are my great. great.
great grandparents and are buried in the family plot at the original Pike County
homestead near Troy, AL.
There is additional information compiled by other descendants of Seymore
which I have seen; so you may hear from others. Good Luck!
Do you have any information preceeding Seymore 11?