Christopher Selden Lacey of Murrells Inlet, SCUpdated March 11, 2009
|My family decends from Dr. Samuel Seabury, John Alden and Edward Winslow of the Mayflower. My primary family being SEABURY. My tree connects with the following family surnames and many more: Alden, Brewster, Bartlett, Bradford, Briggs, Brownell, Coe, Cook, Davis, Delano, Fobes, Frackelton, Gore, Gray, Grinell, Griswold, Howland, Kemp, Lacey, Latham, Little, Manchester, Morgan, Mullins, Pabodie, Partridge, Pearce, Rogers, Sawyer, Seabury, Smith, Soule, Southworth, Sprague, Standish, Starr, Talbot, Thompkins, Tompkins, Turner, Williams and Winslow. |
Dr. Samuel Seabury, was the second doctor to arrive in 1620. The first Bishop in the New World Bishop Seabury, many of the first Whaling sea captains, military leaders, Judges, and Doctors decend from him. Sebury and Johnson, later became Johnson and Johnson, goverment prosecution cases still today are fashioned from New York's Samuel Seabury's cases.
I am very proud of my heritage and my tree. If you are in my family or trying to find the connection, I hope you appreciate the time and reliablity of this tree. I have taken great steps not to add anyone without having sourced evidence that I have done myself and not taken anyones word for. Much can be learned from the Famlies of Little Compton, Rhode Island, and The Alden Family Kindred.
I hope you find this information enlightning and valuable to your own research.