Yes, it would be great to pull them all together, since I have found totally separate family trees for the same people who simply spell the last name "Seeley" differently!! The family arrived on the American Continent at the Massachusetts Colony in 1630 on the good ship Arabella, which was part of the Winthrop Fleet. Captain Robert Seeley (1602-1667) was the first of the Seeleys to arrive from England, but the family traces back through England and possibly even to Normandy, France. Robert later migrated to Connecticut, where many of the Seeley families still live, and he was a hero in the Pequot War. I understand that there is even a statue of him in Mystic, Connecticut. Other descendants founded both Smith and Amherst Universities. Some traveled across the Plains in the 1800's and established their families in Utah, Idaho, Montana and California.
If you have any further information on this family, please contact me, or get in touch with the Seeley Society. I would love to start a project on Geni...as soon as I figure out how to do that!
Patricia Ann Hill