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About Samuel King Seamons

(son of Henry Seamons, born May 5, 1809, Rumborough. Suffolk, England, died at Omaha, Nebraska, and Mary King, born March 6, 1801, St. Michaels, Suffolk, England). He was born June 7, 1845, Allsaints, Suffolk, England. Came to Utah 1860.

   Married:	Louisa E. Griffeth April 25, 1870 (daughter of Pattison D. Griffeth and Elizabeth Carson, married 1845 in Illinois, pioneers 1851. William Critchlow company). She was born September 19, 1851.
   Their children:
           Emma L. born April 18, 1871, married Edgar D. Hale October 1, 1890;
           Elizabeth A. born July 26, 1872, married Aroet C. Hale October 15, 1893;
           Mary Emily born October 18, 1875, died June 2, 1877;
           Samuel G. born December 10, 1877, married Janette Nyman June 13, 1900;
           Elva A. born March 31, 1880, married Arthur Bennette October 17, 1900;
           William D. born August 8, 1883;
           Wilford L. born June 4, 1886;
           Janette M. born April 10, 1889, married William T. Merrill June 7, 1911;
           Ivan V. born November 19, 1894
   Family home Hyde Park, Utah.
   Married:	Sarah Hurren May 25, 1875. Salt Lake City (daughter of James Hurren and Eliza Reeder pioneers November 9, 1856, James G. Willie handcart company). She was born March 23, in Suffolk, England.
   Their children:
           Henry H. born September 15, 1876, married Maria Bennette April 19, 1900;
           James W.; married Lenora Waite September 29, 1900;
           Mary E. born July 22, 1880, married Arthur Peterson December 20, 1900;
           Rhoda L, born April 28, 1882, died June 15, 1889;
           George D. born December 22, 1884, married Susie Wardle;
           Grace E. born October 20, 1886, died June 23, 1889;
           Orson L. born November 16, 1888, died December 20, 1892;
           Loran B. born January 27, 1890, died February 5, 1891;
           Delbert K. born October 19, 1892, died December 20, 1900;
           Harvey N. born November 8, 1895.

Ward and Sunday school chorister, Hyde Park ward; assisted in bringing immigrants from the Missouri river to Utah 1864; hauled rock for the temple at Salt Lake. Secretary of Co-op, store and member of martial band for a number of years. Member of Utah militia, and served as home guard during Indian troubles in Cache county. Sources:

   Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah photographs, page 513
   Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, page 1150

Son of Henry Seamons and Mary King

Married Sarah Elizabeth Gibson, 7 Feb 1863

Married Louisa Emily Griffith, 25 Apr 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Children - Emma Louisa Seamons, Elizabeth Alferetta Seamons, Mary Emily Seamons, Samuel Griffeth Seamons, Elva Ann Seamons, William Delos Seamons, Wilford Leroy Seamons, Jannett Marinda Seamons, Ivan Valero Seamons, Harry Seamons, Lorin Benjamin Seamons

Married Sarah Hurren, 24 May 1875, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Children - Henry Hurren Seamons, James William Seamons, Mary Eliza Seamons, Rhoda Louisa Seamons, George David Seamons, Grace Emma Seamons, Orson Lyman Seamons, Lorin Benjamin Seamons, Delbery King Seamons, Harvey Noble Seamons Note: No marker found.

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Geschlecht: männlich
Geburt: 7. Jun. 1845 - All Saints, South Elmham, Suffolk, England
Taufe: 23. Jun. 1845 - South Elmahm All Saints, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
Heirat: Ehepartner: Sarah Seamons (geb. Hurren) - 24. Mai 1875 - Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
Tod: 25. Nov. 1917 - Hyde Park, Cache County, Utah, United States
Erdbestattung: 28. Nov. 1917 - Hyde Park Cemetery, Hyde Park, Cache County, Utah, United States
Vater: Henry Seamons
Mutter: Mary Seamons (geb. King)
Ehefrauen: Louisa Emily Seamons (geb. Griffeth), Sarah Seamons (geb. Hurren)
Kinder: Emma Louisa Hale (geb. Seamons), Grace Emma Seamons, Mary Emily Seamons, William Delos Seamons, Samuel Griffeth Seamons, Elva Ann Bennett (geb. Seamons), WilfordLeroy Seamons, Jannett Marinda Merrill (geb. Seamons), Rhoda Louisa Seamons, Ivan Valero Seamons, Henry Hurren Seamons, Mary Eliza Seamons, Delbert King Seamons, George David Seamons, Orson Lyman Seamons, Lorin Benjamin Seamons, James William Seamons, Sr, Harvey Noble Seamons
Geschwister: Mary Thurston (geb. Seamons), Rachel Hancey (geb. Seamons), Henry Seamons, Jr, Jemima Daines (geb. Seamons), Lydia Crowther (geb. Seamons), Eliza Seamons, Lucy Hancer (geb. Seamons) 4

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Geburtsname: Samuel Seamons
Auch bekannt als: Samuel King Reynolds
Geschlecht: männlich
Geburt: 7. Jun. 1845 - South Elmham All Saints and St Nicholas, Suffolk, England
Kleinkindtaufe: 23. Jun. 1845 - South Elmham All Saints and St Nicholas, Suffolk, England
Heirat: Ehepartner: Louisa Emily Griffeth - 25. Apr. 1870 - Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Heirat: Ehepartner: Sarah Hurren - 24. Mai 1875 - Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Einwanderung: 1854
Wohnsitz: 1851 - All Saints Southelmham, Suffolk, England
Wohnsitz:1900 - ED 73 Benson, Hyde Park, Petersboro, Greenville, Logan Precincts, Cache, Utah, United States
Tod: 26. Nov. 1917 - Hyde Park, Cache, Utah, United States
Erdbestattung: 28. Nov. 1917 - Hyde Park, Cache, Utah, United States
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&nbsp;&nbsp;Zusätzliche Informationen: <br> <br>Cause of Death: Carcinoma of Stomach 4

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Volkszählungs-Aufzeichnungen sind wertvoll, da sie Ihnen sagen können, wo eine Person an einem bestimmten Ort zu einer bestimmten Zeit gelebt hat. Volkszählungen wurden von der Regierung durchgeführt und bieten, je nach Jahr, eine Vielzahl an Informationen.
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<b>Durchsuchen einer Volkszählung</b>
Die goldene Regel der Familiengeschichte ist, wo immer möglich, die ursprünglichen, historischen Aufzeichnungen, oder "Primärquellen" zu überprüfen. Wir haben saubere Abbildungen der Original-Volkszählungsbücher für Sie bereitgestellt, für den Fall, dass Sie die richtige Familie in den Verzeichnissen gefunden haben. Bei Verwendung der Volkszählung-Rücksendungen, sollten Sie zunächst die Abschriften zu Hilfe nehmen, Ihre Vorfahren in der Volkszählung zu finden um dann das Gefundene in den Original-Abbildungen zu überprüfen. Es kann auch hilfreich sein, den Haushalt im Kontext der umliegenden Haushalte zu sehen. Dies ist besonders wichtig, da das Erstellen von Abschriften einer ganzen Volkszählung eine grosse und schwierige Aufgabe ist, und obwohl wir über kompetente Schreibkräfte und über die Erfahrung der wichtigsten Vertreter aus der Genealogie-Gemeinschaft verfügen, welche uns helfen, die Aufzeichnungen zu übersetzen, ist es unvermeidlich, dass es zu einigen Fehlern kommen kann.

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Geschlecht: männlich
Geburt: ca. 1846 - All Saints Southelmham, Suffolk, England
Wohnsitz: 1851 - All Saints Southelmham, Suffolk, England
Alter: 5
Vater: Henry Seamons
Mutter: Mary Seamons
Geschwister: Henry Seamons, Lydia Seamons, Eliza Seamons
Volkszählung: ounty:SuffolkRegistrierungsbezirk:WangfordAbbildung:7noberhaupt; Name; Alter; Vorgeschlagene Alternativen
Familienoberhaupt; <a href="https://www.myheritage.at/research/collection-10151/1851-england-wales-volkszahlung?s=311251981&itemId=33501024-&groupId=0b969c6a8e377a50adda3aa4a489c760&action=showRecord&recordTitle=Henry+Seamons">Henry Seamons</a>; 41;
Ehefrau; <a href="https://www.myheritage.at/research/collection-10151/1851-england-wales-volkszahlung?s=311251981&itemId=33501025-&groupId=0b969c6a8e377a50adda3aa4a489c760&action=showRecord&recordTitle=Mary+Seamons">Mary Seamons</a>; 50;
Sohn; <a href="https://www.myheritage.at/research/collection-10151/1851-england-wales-volkszahlung?s=311251981&itemId=33501026-&groupId=0b969c6a8e377a50adda3aa4a489c760&action=showRecord&recordTitle=Henry+Seamons">Henry Seamons</a>; 15;
Tochter; <a href="https://www.myheritage.at/research/collection-10151/1851-england-wales-volkszahlung?s=311251981&itemId=33501027-&groupId=0b969c6a8e377a50adda3aa4a489c760&action=showRecord&recordTitle=Lydia+Seamons">Lydia Seamons</a>; 9;
Tochter; <a href="https://www.myheritage.at/research/collection-10151/1851-england-wales-volkszahlung?s=311251981&itemId=33501028-&groupId=0b969c6a8e377a50adda3aa4a489c760&action=showRecord&recordTitle=Eliza+Seamons">Eliza Seamons</a>; 7;
Sohn; <a href="https://www.myheritage.at/research/collection-10151/1851-england-wales-volkszahlung?s=311251981&itemId=33501029-&groupId=0b969c6a8e377a50adda3aa4a489c760&action=showRecord&recordTitle=Sam+Seamons">Sam Seamons</a>; 5; 4

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MH:S500180 Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922 MyHeritage Zeitungen sind hervorragende Quellen für genealogische und Familienforschungs-Informationen. Geburts-, Heirats- und Todesbekanntmachungen und -anzeigen sind übliche Teile der Genealogie. Aber auch in Artikeln über lokale Nachrichten und Ereignisse können Vorfahren auftauchen (z.B. Soziales, Gemeinschaft, Schule, Sport oder geschäftsbezogene Ereignisse). 10449 Collection

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Veröffentlichung: Logan, Cache, Utah, USA
Datum: 27. Nov. 1917
Text: "...? SOtD BY 0RDGG1STS EVEStWHE <span style="background-color: yellow; font-weight:bold; padding: 2px;">Samuel</span> <span style="background-color: yellow; font-weight: bold; padding: 2px;">Seamons</span>, pioneer and respected resident of Hydo Park, died at his homo at 12.30 o'clock Monday morning. Tho Immediate causo of the death was cancer of tho stomach. Mr ... life. Funeral services will bo held at Hydo Park, Wednesday nt 1 p. in. All friends are Invited to nttend. ' HYDE PARK BAND DANCE AT PAVILION TOMORROW EVE L ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huttars, of Clarkston ... , vero called upon to part with their young daughter, Annlo, last Saturday, death developing from an appendicitis operation. Tho funeral services will bo held In Clarkston today. Close with us Thanksgiving ... Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. August Larsen, was burled on Sunday, funeral services..."
Über diese QuelleWhen the Logan Republican debuted in 1902, the city of Logan, Utah, an outpost 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, was home to nearly 5,000 residents and a small agricultural college.More than four decades earlier, in 1859, Mormon settlers had established Logan under orders from Brigham Young. Young was determined to continue expanding the Mormon kingdom following the “Utah War,” a period of tension between the church and the United States government over control of the territory. The conflict ended with Young’s removal as governor.Built on the banks of the Logan River (named for trapper Ephraim Logan), east of the plush Cache Valley, the settlement included 100 homes by 1860. A decade later, a railroad spur connected Logan to the transcontinental line, and the city grew. Logan’s plentiful water supply attracted farmers. Early businesses included a sawmill, a tannery, and a lime kiln, but agriculture fueled the local economy. By 1900, the Cache Valley had become Utah’s hub of dairy production. Logan was its biggest town.The Logan Republican first appeared on Wednesday, September 10, 1902, under the management of N. Ralph Moore, “editor and proprietor.” At the time, Logan’s dominant newspaper, the Journal backed the Democratic Party and enjoyed widespread influence and prestige and solid financial support. Challenging the Journal proved difficult for Moore. His name was dropped from the Republican’s masthead after only three months, and Joel Ricks, a Republican Party organizer, took over as manager.Ricks purchased new printing machinery and solicited donations from Republican backers. On January 28, 1903, he established the Logan Newspaper Company to publish the Republican and set up offices in a small building on Center Street in Logan. Along with items of national interest and notices of agricultural statistics, the newspaper covered local events with the help of reporter Fred Turner, who for a time doubled as the Republican’s business manager.Despite Republican Party successes nationally and in Utah, the newspaper struggled throughout the first decade of the 20th century. In 1910, unable to meet their debts, the Republican’s owners sold the newspaper to Herschel Bullen, a local businessman with ties to the Republican Party, and Preston Nibley, a Mormon writerand historian. Financial struggles continued for nearly 15 years.Publication of the Republican ended with its final issue on April 1, 1924. “After twenty-two years of service to Logan, Cache County, and to the Republican Party,” the newspaper could no longer publish without heavy financial losses. The final insult came when the remains of the Republican, including its subscriptions lists and publishing facility, were purchased by Earl and England Publishing Company, owners of the rival Journal</p> 4

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Veröffentlichung: Logan, Cache, Utah, USA
Datum: 4. Dez. 1917
Text: "...attended tho funeral services at Hyde Park, ot tholr old neighbor and frlond <span style="background-color: yellow; font-weight: bold; padding: 2px;">Samuel</span> <span style="background-color: yellow; font-weight: bold; padding: 2px;">Seamons</span>. Tho young people ot Benson attending collego at Logan, camu homo to spend Thanksgiving. Mrs. James C. Mauglian ... Presidio, Texas, Dec. 3. In a bat-tlo at Bucna Vista, Texas, United .States cavalrymen underthe command of Lieut. Lougard P. Matlack, and Moxlcan cattle thieves, ono eoI-dlor wns killed and another ... sllghtlyl wounded. Justo Gonzatos, foroman of an American cattlo ranch, who was acting asscout for tho soldiers, was killed. Mnchlno guns were used by thp cavalry to drive tho Mexicans from tho houses ... , was killed, and Saddler Noriel, troop K, slightly wounded. Tho bandits numbered 200, of whom thirty-flvo wero killed and many wounded...."
Über diese QuelleWhen the Logan Republican debuted in 1902, the city of Logan, Utah, an outpost 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, was home to nearly 5,000 residents and a small agricultural college.More than four decades earlier, in 1859, Mormon settlers had established Logan under orders from Brigham Young. Young was determined to continue expanding the Mormon kingdom following the “Utah War,” a period of tension between the church and the United States government over control of the territory. The conflict ended with Young’s removal as governor.Built on the banks of the Logan River (named for trapper Ephraim Logan), east of the plush Cache Valley, the settlement included 100 homes by 1860. A decade later, a railroad spur connected Logan to the transcontinental line, and the city grew. Logan’s plentiful water supply attracted farmers. Early businesses included a sawmill, a tannery, and a lime kiln, but agriculture fueled the local economy. By 1900, the Cache Valley had become Utah’s hub of dairy production. Logan was its biggest town.The Logan Republican first appeared on Wednesday, September 10, 1902, under the management of N. Ralph Moore, “editor and proprietor.” At the time, Logan’s dominant newspaper, the Journal backed the Democratic Party and enjoyed widespread influence and prestige and solid financial support. Challenging the Journal proved difficult for Moore. His name was dropped from the Republican’s masthead after only three months, and Joel Ricks, a Republican Party organizer, took over as manager.Ricks purchased new printing machinery and solicited donations from Republican backers. On January 28, 1903, he established the Logan Newspaper Company to publish the Republican and set up offices in a small building on Center Street in Logan. Along with items of national interest and notices of agricultural statistics, the newspaper covered local events with the help of reporter Fred Turner, who for a time doubled as the Republican’s business manager.Despite Republican Party successes nationally and in Utah, the newspaper struggled throughout the first decade of the 20th century. In 1910, unable to meet their debts, the Republican’s owners sold the newspaper to Herschel Bullen, a local businessman with ties to the Republican Party, and Preston Nibley, a Mormon writer and historian. Financial struggles continued for nearly 15 years.Publication of the Republican ended with its final issue on April 1, 1924. “After twenty-two years of service to Logan, Cache County, and to the Republican Party,” the newspaper could no longer publish without heavy financial losses. The final insult came when the remainsof the Republican, including its subscriptions lists and publishing facility, were purchased by Earl and England Publishing Company, owners of the rival Journal</p> 4

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Samuel King Seamons's Timeline

1822
April 28, 1822
April 28, 1822
1845
June 7, 1845
All Saints, South Elmham, Suffolk, England
June 23, 1845
Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
June 23, 1845
South Elmham All Saints and St Nicholas, Suffolk, England
1851
1851
Age 5
All Saints Southelmham, Suffolk, England
1854
1854
Age 8
1871
April 18, 1871
Age 25