Charles Seymour

M, (April 1844 - 11 January 1913)
Father-Biological*Isaac Seymour1 b. c 1812
Mother-Biological*Rachel Louisa ______1 b. c 1808
Family Lines
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Last Edited=14 May 2023
Gravestone of Charles Seymour
     Charles Seymour was born in April 1844 at Milton, Vermont.1,2,3 He was the son of Isaac Seymour and Rachel Louisa ______.1 Charles Seymourappeared on the US Census of 1850 in the household of Isaac Seymour and Rachel Louisa ______ at Milton, Vermont.4 Charles enlisted in the 7th NH Volunteer Regiment, Company E on October 7, 1861, credited to Henniker, New Hampshire. Discharge at Hilton Head for disability (chronic diarrhea) on June 5, 1863. Two months later, while at his parents’ home in Vermont, he enlisted as a substitute in the 2nd Vermont Infantry, but deserted after two months. He then enlisted in the 18th NH Regiment on September 2. He was promoted to Corporal in Company A. After he mustered out with the Regiment on June 10, 1865 he returned to Manchester, New Hampshire to live with his brother and sister-in-law.5

Charles Seymour, age 23, married Mary Rose, age 22 , daughter of Eleazer Rose and Leonara ______, on 8 June 1867 at Manchester, New Hampshire.1,2 Charles, age 25 years, and Mary, age 25 years, appeared on the US Census of 1870 at Manchester, New Hampshire.6 Charles was working in a planing mill according to the Census in 1870.6 Charles, age 35 years, and Mary, age 35 years, appeared on the US Census of 1880 at Berlin, Vermont.7 Charles was a farmer according to the Census in 1880.7 Charles, appeared on the Veterans Schedule of the US Census of 1890 at Berlin, Vermont.5 Charles, age 55 years, and Mary, age 55 years, appeared on the US Census of 1900 at Berlin, Vermont.2 According to the Federal Census in 1900, Charles was a day laborer.2 Charles wrote his will on 30 August 1911 at Berlin, Vermont.8 He died on 11 January 1913 at Berlin, Vermont, at age 68 from nephritis at the home of D. P. Mansfield.9,3 Charles's obituary was published on 13 January 1913.3 He was buried on 14 January 1913 at West Berlin Cemetery, West Berlin, Vermont.10,3 His estate was probated on 17 January 1913 at Washington County, Vermont.8

Child of Charles Seymour and Mary Rose


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  2. Census Bureau. 1900 U.S. Federal Census. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2004.
  3. Montpelier Morning Journal, "Charles Seymour Dead" Montpelier, Vermont, 13 January 1913.
  4. Census Bureau. 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Provoi, Utah: Operations, 2009.
  5. Census Bureau. 1890 Veterans Schedules of the U.S. Federal Census. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2005.
  6. Census Bureau. 1870 U.S. Federal Census. Provoi, Utah: Operations, 2009.
  7. Census Bureau. 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Lehi, Utah: Operations, 2010.
  8. Vermont County, District and Probate Courts. Vermont, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1749-1999. Lehi, Utah: Operations, 2015.
  9. Vital Records Office, Vermont Department of Health. Vermont, U.S., Death Records, 1909-2008. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2010.
  10. Find-a-Grave. Online