I'm not sure.
This is the only info I have been able to find :
The was a monument in Christian Co.
mentioning Col. Sebree, a Colonial Soldier, and mentioned having family in the Rev. War. Perhaps he took his bounty land
Standing in back, Ada Sebree Garth: Mother. ...
... SEBREE ...
Elijah G. Sebree. on behalf of Leavell and Maj. Gray debated the matter. A bitter battle ensued which almost erupted into
a duel. ...
In 1 8 1 9 Fendal Sebree came to Trenton from Virginia. He bought land and settled about two miles south of Trenton on land
now owned by SB Carter. ...
EG Sebree contributed the land upon which the present church was built. Thus the name "Sebree 's Chapel CME Church." The
Rev. JW McClure was pastor when the ...
For the second article, not certain if this is related to Abigail Sebree, but it's only seldon I've found anything about
any military Sebree. Being that he was from Virginia, it seemed that he may have been in NYS at some time during Rev. War;