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Stephen de Segrave
Chief Justiciar of England
Monarch Henry III
Preceded by Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent
Succeeded by vacant until 1258
Born c. 1171
Died 9 November 1241
Spouse(s) Rohese le Despenser
Relations parent: Gilbert de Segrave
Stephen de Segrave (or Stephen Sedgrave or Stephen Segrave ) (c. 1171 ? 9 November 1241) was a medieval Chief Justiciar of England.
He was born the son of a certain Gilbert de Segrave of Segrave in Leicestershire, who had been High Sheriff of Warwickshire and Leicestershire in 1193.
Stephen became a knight and was made constable of the Tower of London in 1220. He obtained lands and held various positions under Henry III. From 1221 to 1223 he served as High Sheriff of Hertfordshire and Essex, from 1222 to 1224 as High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, from 1228 to 1234 as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire and from 1229 to 1234 as High Sheriff of Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. In 1236, he became castellan of Beeston Castle and Chester Castle, jointly with Hugh de Spencer and Henry de Aldithley. 
He was given the manor where Caludon Castle was built, at Wyken near Coventry in 1232  or earlier,  by Ranulph de Blondeville, 4th Earl of Chester. Ranulph also granted him Bretby in 1209. 
In 1232, he succeeded Hubert de Burgh as chief justiciar of England. He officiated at the trial of de Burgh, in November 1232, which has been called the "first state trial" in England. As an active coadjutor of Peter des Roches, bishop of Winchester, Segrave incurred some share of the opprobrium which was lavished on the Poitevin royal favourites of Henry III of England. In 1234, he was deprived of his office as Justiciar. Soon, however, he was again occupying an influential position at Henry's court, and he retained this until his death.
He died on 9 November 1241, and was buried in Leicester Abbey.
|DE SEGRAVE, Sir Stephen (I6792)
"that she is the widow of Thomas Seagraves who was a Private in the Company commanded by Isaac L. Baker in the 44th Regiment of Regulars, she is not certain that her memory is correct as to the number of the regiment, but believes it was the 44th; she was married to the said Thomas Seagraves on the day of in the year 1810; that her husband the said Thomas Seagraves died while in the service of the United States in consequence of sickness contracted in said service that he died as she was informed at or near Fort St. John but the date of his death she does not remember; that she afterwards remained a widow for about twelve years when she married Daniel Rigsby; that the said Daniel Rigsby departed this life on or about the 24th of July 1833 and that she has remained a widow since that time & is now a widow as will more fully appear from proofs hereto annexed.
She further states that she was married to the said Thomas Segraves in what is now Allen County Kentucky, but that she is informed several changes have taken place in the organization of that part of Kentucky, that her attorney as he informed her, has attempted to procure the record of her said marriage but has not been able to do so, and that she has no means of proving said marriage except by witness that she lived with her said husband & was recognized in the community as his wife- the persons who were present at said marriage being either all dead or their residences being unknown to her- she refers to the proof heretofore made & filed by her-"
Sally (X) Rigsby
Mrs. Elizabeth Tarkington of Hickman County, Tennessee stated that "they (Sally & Thomas) lived together at my father's house & the present Sally Rigsby is the same Mrs. Segraves...she understands that they (Sally & Thomas) married in Kentucky and her maiden name was Richards."
G. M. Johnson of Hickman County, Tennessee (no relation) stated that "Mrs. Sally Rigsby's first husband was named Thomas Segraves...they were married in the state of Kentucky...he (Thomas) died on his way back home...G. M. Johnson was boarded out to live with Sally Rigsby's brother and Sally's first husband, Thomas Segraves, came there and I became acquainted with them."
|SEAGRAVES, Thomas (I651)
Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Lord Segrave
M, #144388, b. circa 1238, d. before 12 November 1295
Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Lord Segrave was the son of Gilbert de Segrave and Annabel de Chaucombe. He married Matilda de Lucy, daughter of Sir Thomas de Lucy. He died before 12 November 1295.
He was appointed Knight on 1 August 1263. In April 1264 he laid siege to Rochester, along with other nobles opposed to King Henry III. He fought in the Battle of Lewes on 14 May 1264, in command of the London contingent. He fought in the Battle of Evesham in 1265, where he was wounded and captured. Between 1276 and 1283 he was called up for military service against the Welsh. In 1283 he attended the meeting at Shrewsbury, deemed by the House of Lords in 1877 to have been a Parliament, but now thought to be a flawed decision. He was created 1st Lord Segrave [England by writ] on 24 June 1295.
Children of Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Lord Segrave and Matilda de Lucy:
Stephen de Segrave
Henry de Segrave
Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Lord Segrave (of Barton Segrave and Stowe)+2 d. 25 Nov 1321
John de Segrave, 2nd Lord Segrave+2 b. c 1256, d. b 4 Oct 1325
Eleanor de Segrave+1 b. 1270, d. 1314
[S37] BP2003 volume 3, page 4287. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
[S37] BP2003. [S37]
|SEGRAVE, Baron Nicholas de (I6799)
|4||"Beulah Faye 'Judy' Brimm Lash was born October 12, 1922 in Oklahoma City to Beulah Lee (Seagraves) & H. Starr Brimm. She grew up in OKC and graduated from Classen High School. She attended Colorado Women's College in Denver, CO, where she was nicknamed 'Judy'. It was how she was known for the rest of her life. She married her sweetheart, Leland Ernest Lash, Jr., on January 3, 1943, and together they had 54 wonderful years, until his death in 1997. They were blessed with two loving children, Leland III "Skip" and Carol Lynn. Judy loves books, music and travel. A 50 year member of OES Chapter 10 and the Nouveay Livre Book Club. A lifelong member of First Christian Church, she served as a teacher, leader to the CWF, a member of the Cathedral Choir, Twilight Time Chorale and the Jewel Box Theater, both on stage and behind the scenes from the earliest days. Her other love was the Deaconess Hospital Auxiliary. She was Past President and served for over 40 years earning 22,547 hours. Most recently, Judy has been living in Arizona with her daughter and family and attended Red Mountain United Methodist Church and was a vital member of Faith Circle. Judy is survived by a son, Leland E. (Skip) Lash III and his wife Jean of Point, Texas, and daughter, Carol Lynn Taylor and her husband Robert of Gilbert AZ, grandson, Christopher Lee Taylor and wife Tara, granddaughter, Jennifer Leigh Taylor of Sandpoint Idaho and two great-granddaughters, Ashley and Caitlynn. Funeral services will be 10am, Monday, February 28, 2011, at Memorial Park Chapel with interment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery."||BRIMM, Beulah Faye (Gil 5) (I1088)
|5||Henry is believed to be buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery in Sumner County, Tennessee; however a search of the cemetery did not reveal his tombstone.||SEAGRAVES, Henry (Gil 2) (I113)
|6|| John de Segrave, 2nd Lord Segrave, was born circa 1256. He was the son of Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Lord Segrave and Matilda de Lucy. He married Christine de Plessetis, daughter of Hugh de Plessetis, circa 1269. He died before 4 October 1325.1|
He succeeded as the 2nd Lord de Segrave [E., 1295] before December 1295. He held the office of Keeper of Scotland before February 1302/3. He held the office of Keeper of Nottingham Castle circa 1308. In March 1308/9 he was briefly captured by the Scots. He held the office of Keeper of Scotland in March 1308/9. He was Keeper of the Marches with Scotland and Cumberland in 1313.1 He was at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, where he was again captured by the Scots.
Children of John de Segrave, 2nd Lord Segrave and Christine de Plessis:
Christiane de Segrave
Stephen de Segrave, 3rd Lord Segrave b. 1304, d. b 12 Dec 1325
|SEGRAVE, Baron John de (I6803)
|7|| John F. May M.D. All the years of his active life Doctor May has|
been identified with some work that has a vital part in the welfare of
his community. He was a teacher for many years, later took up and
studied medicine, and after practicing some years in his native state of
Kentucky moved to West Virginia, and has been one of the leading mine
physicians of Logan County. His present location is at Rossmore in that
county, on the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad branch from Logan to Omar.
He was born in Johnson County, Kentucky, September 9, 1869. His
family established themselves in the Big Sandy Valley in Eastern
Kentucky more than a century ago. His great-grandfather left old
Virginia in 1810, and while coming down the Big Sandy found at the mouth
of Middle Creek what seemed to him an ideal place for a home with
abundance of game to supply him with food. He took up his claim there,
and lived in that locality until his death. The grandfather of Doctor
May was prominent in politics and a power in that community. He died in
1855. Doctor May is a son of Thomas Green and Martha (Rice) May, both
natives of Kentucky. His father was a farmer and stock man, was a deacon
in the Baptist Church and a member of the Masonic Order. He had a
brother in the civil war.
John F. May attended common schools in Johnson Co., also the
Baptist Seminary, known as the Enterprise High School, and soon
afterward began his work as a school teacher, a vocation he followed for
seventeen years. While teaching he pursued normal cources, and finally,
in 1902, he took up the study of medicine in the University of Kentucky
at Louisville, where he graduated M.D. in 1905. During the following
five years Doctor May practiced in Boyd Co., Kentucky, at Princess Post
Office. Since then his professional work has been in Logan Co., West
Virginia. For eight years he practiced at Ethel and in the City of
Logan, and for two years was associated with Doctor Farley at Holden.
Since December, 1921, he has been located at Rossmore as physician for
the Logan Mining Company and the Switizer Coal Company.
In 1891, at Flat Gap, Kentucky, Doctor May married Miss Charlotte
Seagraves, daughter of E. G. and Sarah (Gray) Seagraves, her father a
native of Kentucky and her mother of Tennessee. E.G. Seagraves for
twenty years was a school teacher and was also a farmer and merchant.
Doctor and Mrs. May have one child, Grace May, now Mrs. Lucian Adkins.
She and her two children, Frank and Charles reside with Doctor May.
Doctor May is a Baptist, is a Scottish Rite Mason and Shriner and a
|MAY, John Franklin (I7714)
|8||Virginia, Birth Records, 1912-2014, Delayed Birth Records, 1854-1911 gives Arnold's place of birth as Campbell County, VA while Findagrave.com says he was born in Cifax, Bedford County, VA. Since those two counties border each other in western Virginia, I will stay with the direct evidence of his birth record.||HURT, Arnold Wyatt (I6468)
|9||"a resident of Kansas for several years."||SEAGRAVE, David Walker (I3535)
|10||"A school teacher who came from England to America early in the Eighteenth century and straightaway began to teach school in [New] York State." Quoted from the "History of Warren County, New Jersey".|
The assumed birth year ]1725] for this George is based entirely on the above statement and the assumption that the events attached to his life which range from 1774 to 1784 would fit a man born in the 1720s.
There are no records to show who George's children were and Faye was not clear as to who they were either. she calls the English immigrant George generation #1 and names 4 other Seagraves men found in New Jersey and Pennsylvania during the 18th century as sons of George #1: George, James, Thomas, and Henry. The son, George, is shown as born in 1732; James, born 1774; Thomas, no known birth date, but supposedly had a child (Peter) in 1798; and Henry, died 1818.
It seems to me that the son, George #2, born 1732, died 1812 (no source for those dates was offered) is more likely to have been the George from England, but if George #2 was born to an English settler in 1732 who had arrived in America recently, The George #1-George #2 relationship would make some sense.
Without further proof, I will not attach James, Thomas and Henry to George #1; instead I will include them in a 3rd generation as sons of George #2.
|SEAGRAVES, George (I6476)
|11||"Andrew Frank Seagraves, Jr., age 70, of DeRossett Community, passed away July 8, 2013 at Highlands Medical Center in Sparta, Tennessee.|
He was born December 1, 1942 in Crossville, Tennessee. His parents were Andrew Frank, Sr. and Lorene Abston Seagraves.
He was preceded in death by his parents: brothers, Alfred Seagraves and Leslie Seagraves; and nephew Matthew Finley.
He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Josephine(Josie) E. Lamb Seagraves; daughter, Lisa Seagraves; brother: Marvin Seagraves and wife Phyllis and sisters, Rosetta Finley and husband Bryan, Marie Burden and husband Terry and Mollie Rorick; Special brother in law and sister in law, Charles and Ann Lamb; 6 nieces and 1 nephews...
Internment will follow in the Old Bon Air Cemetery..."
|SEAGRAVES, Andrew Franklin Jr. (I2180)
|12||"Annie Bowles Seagraves, 99, formerly of Poston Circle, six-year resident of Belaire Health Care Center, died Aug. 2, 2000, at Gaston Memorial Hospital. She was a native of Commerce, Ga., daughter of the late William and Mary Rogers Bowles, wife of the late William "Doc" Seagraves, retired from Firestone Mills, member of West Franklin Avenue Baptist Church.|
SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mary Lucille Putnam Standridge, Gastonia; daughter-in-law, Hattie Seagraves; 15 grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; nephews and nieces.
PRECEDED IN DEATHBY: Sons, J. H. "EUEL" and Ambra Jewel "Bud" Seagraves; three brothers and four sisters.
BURIEL: Hollywood Cemetery.
|BOWLES, Annie Pauline (I2031)
|13||"Ashes scattered off Point Loma" (San Diego, CA).|
From an extensive obituary on his Findagrave.com memorial.
|MONEY, Thomas George (I159)
|14||"Between Thomas Gatton, Administrator of the will of Samuel Segraves, deceased"and Drury Burton, Sr. of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky" said Samuel Segraves dec'd by his last will and testament "did devise to his son Thomas Segraves 75 acres...condition that if son Thomas should depart this life without lawful heirs...the land should be sold at public auction...proceeds...equally divided among all his daughters...said Drury Burton was the highest bidder for $160" Signed Thomas Gatton, admir.,"||SEAGRAVES, Samuel (I646)
|15||"Between Thomas Gatton, Administrator of the will...of Samuel Segraves, deceased, and Drury Burton, Sr. of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky said Samuel Segraves dec'd by his last will and testament...did devise to his son Thomas Segraves 75 acres...condition that if son Thomas should depart this life without lawful heirs...the land should be sold at public auction...proceeds...equally divided among all his daughters...said Drury Burton was the highest bidder for $160...Signed Thomas Gatton, admir.,"||SEAGRAVES, Thomas (I651)
|16||"Bud was a very smart person being able to remember everything he read. He made all As in high school and college. He obtained a Masters in Physics at the University of Oklahoma. |
He worked for several large Corporations before opening his own business. He wrote mathematical models of nuclear reactors and provided interactive representations of the reactor functions on video outputs. He sold these models to different countries all over the world."
|SEAGRAVES, Ernest Clinton (Gil 6) Jr. (I998)
|17||"Dale and Carolyne are both graduates of Texas Tech University in Lubbock... Dale and Carolyne reside in Fort Worth. He is employed as a livestock fieldman for the "Cattleman", a monthly magazine published by the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association. Carolyne is employed as a medical secretary for a Fort Worth dentist. They have recently begun a business of their own, Western Images, which specializes in agriculture related advertising."||SEAGRAVES, Gary Dale (I1113)
|18||"DAVID SEAGRAVES DIES AT LEBANON|
Special to the Banner.
Lebanon, Tenn., October 12.- David Seagraves, a well known citizen of this city, died this morning. He suffered an attack of peritonitis last Friday and was operated on Monday night. He was 59 years old and an undertaker. Mr. Seagraves was married twice, the first time to Miss Sellors and again to Miss Bailey. Three children survive the first union: Frank and Claude Seagraves and Mrs. Hatta of Nashville."
|SEAGRAVES, James David (Gil 4) (I7363)
|19||"Deputy Marshal Seagraves was shot and killed after he and another deputy marshal were ambushed during a robbery attempt. The two marshals were returning from Sumner Co. and stopped at a house in Macon Co., Tennessee, for the night. While inside two men went to a nearby cabin and fired two shots in the air to attract the two men out. As both deputy marshals went to investigate the shot the suspect shot in their direction, striking Deputy Marshal Seagraves in the chest, killing him. The suspects then robbed his body and fled. Deputy Marshal Seagraves had served with the agency for 2 years. He was survived by his wife and three children."|
From an article in the New York Times dated 12 April 1881
|SEAGRAVES, Henry (Gil 2) (I113)
|20||"died at age 2 days"||SEAGRAVES, Sean Lynn (Gil 6) (I7911)
|21||"died at birth"||SEAGRAVES, Geoffrey Layne (Gil 6) (I7912)
|22||"Died in Andersonville Prison." according to his Findagrave.com entry.||SEAGRAVES, William E. (I1190)
|23||"died when about one year old."||SEAGRAVE, infant girl (I6600)
|24||"died young"||SEAGRAVES, Ernest Milton (I5689)
|25||"died young"||SEAGRAVE, Bezaleel (I6673)
|26||"Dr. J. H. Seagraves A well known highly connected physician, who formerly resided at this place, died of rheumatism at his home in Mayfield, Kentucky on Tuesday, October 17, 1909. The body accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. C. A. Washburne and his granddaughter, Miss Ora Washburne, arrived in Rector Thursday morning . Interment was at the Seegraves Cemetery on Thursday afternoon. The funeral services being conducted by Rev. J. L. Lowdermilk."||SEAGRAVES, John Henderson (Gil 2) (I115)
"Genealogy of the Seagrave Family, 1725-1881" shows John's death as 26 Jul 1857, but the "Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions and Newspaper Notices, 1629-1934" and "Connecticut, Deaths and Burials Index, 1650-1934" (both on Ancestry.com) report his death as 27 Jul 1858, which we will use here. No grave for him has yet been found on Findagrave.com. It is possible that his body was not recovered.
|SEAGRAVE, John Sanborn (I4705)
|28||"Drowned" according to "Genealogy of the Seagrave Family, 1725-1881".||SEAGRAVE, Sylvanus (I4700)
|29||"Edward lived with his brother, Dr. Joseph Seagrave, in Chester, VT, and died there July 31, 1797."||SEAGRAVE, Edward Jr. (I4727)
|30||"Everett Franklin Seagraves, 87, of Ashland, husband of Ella Eunice Carroll Seagraves, died Sept. 17 in Ashland Hospice Care Center. He retired from Armco Steel Company as a Rigger...entombment in Rose Hill Burial Park. Published in The Ashland Herald-Dispatch on Sept. 19, 2019."||SEAGRAVES, Everett Franklin (I5888)
|31||"Felton Seagraves, 91, passed away Monday, Nov. 25, 2013... Mr. Seagraves was a native of Nicholson, but made his home in Milledgeville. He worked as a line foreman for Georgia Power Company, retiring with 40 years of service and was also an electrician with the Georgia State Fair for many years. Mr. Seagraves was a member of the V.F.W., the Ambassador's Club and Pathfinders Christian Church. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the United States Army. Survivors include his children: David Seagraves (Sharon) of Chatanooga, Chuck Seagraves (Diane) and Scott Seagraves (Karen), of Milledgeville, Lynda Starr (John) of Roanoke, Va., Wanda Pavone of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Linda Williams of Milledgeville; a sister, Ruth Pittman of Nicholson; 13 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren..."||SEAGRAVES, Felton (I5454)
|32||"Forwarding Clerk, they have resided in Brewster, NY for several years past."||SEAGRAVE, Gilbert Henry (I4759)
|33||"Funeral Services for Mr. Thomas Henry Seagraves, 78, of 3861 Cherry Dale Lane, Smyrna,[GA] will be held Sunday, 3:30 p.m. in Castellaw's Concord Chapel, Rev. Noah Swanson officiating. Interment, Westview Cemetery. Surviving are wife, Mrs. Blanche Seagraves; daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Groover, Vinings; Mrs. Angelyn Rensberger, Atlanta; sisters, Mrs. Alma Brooks, Mrs. Ruth Miller, Mrs. Gussie Gary, all of Atlanta; brother, Mr. Charlie Seagraves, Bolton; granddaughter, Mrs. Hoke S. Rawlins, Smyrna; grandson, Mr. Larry Groover, Atlanta; great-grandsons, Mr. Lee Rawlins, Mr. Scott Rawlins, both of Smyrna; several nieces and nephews."||SEAGRAVES, Thomas Henry (I7569)
|34||"Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves shows Abigail born 3 Dec 1801, but "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-1999" and her Findagrave.com memorial show her birth date as 3 Nov 1801. The two records win.||SEAGRAVES, Abigail (I6495)
|35||"Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves shows Elizabeth as born 22 Mar 1803 who married a Stein. An Elizabeth Stein is buried in the Union-West End Cemetery in Allentown, PA shown as born 22 Apr 1803 and died 12 Sep 1877. There is no confirmation on the death date of Elizabeth Seagraves in other sources such as "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-1999" or any confirmation that she was buried in the Union-West End Cemetery, so the 12 Sep 1877 date is offered as a possibility only.||SEAGRAVES, Elizabeth (I6496)
|36||"Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves shows Elizabeth as born 22 Mar 1803 who married a Stein. An Elizabeth Stein is buried in the Union-West End Cemetery in Allentown, PA shown as born 22 Apr 1803 and died 12 Sep 1877. There is no confirmation on the death date of Elizabeth Seagraves in other sources such as "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-1999" or any confirmation that she was buried in the Union-West End Cemetery, so the burial location is offered as a possibility only.||SEAGRAVES, Elizabeth (I6496)
|37||"Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves shows Elizabeth as born 22 Mar 1803 who married a Stein. An Elizabeth Stein is buried in the Union-West End Cemetery in Allentown, PA shown as born 22 Apr 1803. There is no confirmation on the birth date of Elizabeth Seagraves in other sources such as "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-1999" or any confirmation that she was buried in the Union-West End Cemetery, so the 22 Mar 1803 date must stand.||SEAGRAVES, Elizabeth (I6496)
|38||"Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves shows James died 12 Oct 1828, but his Findagrave.com memorial and his gravestone show his death date as 12 Sep 1828. The two records win.||SEAGRAVES, James (I6501)
|39||"Genealogy of Seagraves Sampson & Kindred Lines" by Faye S. Seagraves shows James was born 10 Jan 1808, but his Findagrave.com memorial show his birth date as 8 Jan 1808 which is the date carved on his gravestone. The two records win.||SEAGRAVES, James (I6501)
|40||"Genealogy of the Seagrave Family, 1725-1881" gives Charles' birthdate as 24 Sep 1819 and his marriage to Elizabeth Knight as May 1843, but vital records record them differently.||SEAGRAVE, Charles Augustus (I3223)
|41||"Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998" on Ancestry.com says Charles W. Seagraves died in Cobb County, Georgia; however, Findagrave.com says he died in Fulton County. Since he is buried in Fulton County, I have selected that place for his death.||SEAGRAVES, Charles Wright Sr. (I3369)
|42||"Harry Seagraves died at Jefferson Barracks after being gravely ill five weeks with leg injury Feb 25 1942"||SEAGRAVES, Harry Lee (Gil 4) Sr. (I1734)
|43||"Howard Allen "Sport" Seagraves, Jr.|
Howard Seagraves, Jr. passed away on August 9, 2021 at age 63...
Howard Allen, Jr. was born in Lebanon, TN tp Ima Mae Gracie Lester and Howard Allen Seagraves, Sr. Mr. Seagraves worked in the loading area at Famous Footwear for almost 25 years. He was a fisherman and a practical joker. He is survived by his wife Dawn Seagraves, children Floyd Allen Seagraves, Erica Faye Seagraves, Jasper Luis Seagraves, Katie Mariea (Scotty) Seagraves, grandchildren Kody Allen Wright, Mia Grace Wright, Haylie Marie Seagraves, siblings Pamela Seagraves, Jimmy Seagraves, Donnie Seagraves, Connie Hawkins, and Mark Seagraves, numerous nieces and nephews, and a host of friends. he is preceded in death by his parents and special friend Mark Greer..."
|SEAGRAVES, Howard Allen (Gil 7) Jr. (I7380)
|44||"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947" gives Alexina parents as Louis Chappee and Zilda Deverger.||CHAPPEE, Alexina (I7613)
|45||"In 1861 he enlisted in the Confederate service, and the following year joined Company A of the Twenty-fifth Arkansas Infantry and was an active worker for the Southern cause until the close of the war, holding the rank of Lieutenant and taking part in the engagements of Murfreesboro, Richmond KY, and was with Price on his raid through Missouri and Kansas, but he was never wounded or taken prisoner."||SEAGRAVES, Vincent Jr. (I795)
|46||"Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001" shows 2 marriages for James M. Seagraves/Segraves on 17 Jun 1891. One to a Mary Brooking on page 17 and the 2nd to Mary Clapper on page 27. The second entry is more specific, listing James' mother, Elizabeth Addington.|
It is not clear from the two listing which, if either is accurate, so, I will list both.
|BROOKING, Mary (I6407)
|47||"Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001" shows 2 marriages for James M. Seagraves/Segraves on 17 Jun 1891. One to a Mary Brooking on page 17 and the 2nd to Mary Clapper on page 27. The second entry is more specific, listing James' mother, Elizabeth Addington.|
It is not clear from the two listing which, if either is accurate, so, I will list both.
|CLAPPER, Mary (I6408)
|48||"it being part of a tract of land formerly belonging unto Tho's Green...together with all houses Orchards Gardens woods ways & waters with all other rights properties profits commodities & all other advantages to the said land...this is my gift to him the said Jacob Segraves..."||SEGRAVE, William Sr. (I624)
|49||"It is said that he [John Seagrave] was a man of large stature, and of almost gigantic strength."||SEAGRAVE, John (I6649)
|50||"Jno. Gilliland died at home after long illness Oct. 29 1941"||GILLILAND, John Sherman (I1720)