Captain John SEAMAN [abt. 1610-1695] was the progenitor of a family line from Hempstead, Long Island, NY.
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In 1928 Mary Thomas Seaman published a family history with as many descendants as she could locate [over 4,600]. Her book "The Seaman Family in America as Descended from Captain John Seaman of Hempstead, Long Island" had limited circulation and has been out of print for a long time.I have typed it in Family Tree Maker using the National Genealogical Society format since it creates a similar representation of how the book actually appeared.Now, however, us moderns will have the benefit of electronic manipulation of the data. There are obvious errors and typos but I am reproducing them as is so that Seaman researchers have an accurate representation of her work. She had many sources, mostly Quaker records and the earlier work of Arden Seaman  and Mary Bunker Thomas "Long Island Genealogies" . Unfortunately, Mary Thomas Seaman did NOT cite her sources for various family members. Will you please scour your data and let me know what supporting evidence [or disconfirmation] you have for this genealogy?If there is NO source cited then the data was collected by Mary Thomas Seaman [MTS].I have added citations from William Wade Hinshaw "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy" [Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.:1977].Other additons will ALL be cited.Check this site often.The numbers on certain people will change as more information is added so please cite any persons by birth/death date, marriage to, or other unique data.Updated 6/27/2000.
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- The Descendants of Capt. John Seaman [c.1609-1695] (2411 KB)
Captain John Seaman emigrated from England in 1630 to Massachusetts.He was in Connecticut in the 1640s finally settling in Hempstead, Long Island, NY after 1647 where he married twice and had a large family.We are now attempting to renew the research efforts and develop a more complete documented history of his descendants.