Elizabeth POWELL

Female 1714 - 1799  (84 years)

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  1. 1.  Elizabeth POWELL was born 8 Apr 1714, Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island; died 6 Feb 1799, Hempstead, Nassau County, New York; was buried , Saint Georges Church Cemetery, Hempstead, Nassau County, New York.


    She was the second wife of Reverend Samuel Seabury (1706-1764). Rev. Seabury's first wife, Abigail Mumford, died in 1731 in New London, Connecticut.

    "In 1733 Mr. Seabury took as his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of Adam Powell, a merchant of Newport, R. I., and a granddaughter of Gabriel Bernon. She survived her husband thirty-five years and attained a venerable age, dying Feb. 6, 1799, in her 87th year. She was buried in St. George's churchyard, by the side of her husband."

    Source and quote from "History of St. George's Church, Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y. (1881)" by Reverend William H. Moore, D.D. Additional genealogy information from lineage records of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.

    Elizabeth's sister was Esther Bernon Powell Helme.

    Family links:
    Adam Powell (1674 - 1725)
    Esther Bernon Powell (1678 - 1746)

    Samuel Seabury (1706 - 1764)

    Adam Seabury (1738 - 1800)*
    Elizabeth Seabury Tredwell (1743 - 1818)*
    Jane Seabury (1758 - 1774)*

    Elizabeth Powell Seabury (1714 - 1799)
    Esther Powell (1716 - 1716)*
    Esther Bernon Powell Helme (1718 - 1764)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Saint Georges Church Cemetery
    Hempstead (Nassau County)
    Nassau County
    New York, USA

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    Originally Created by: D. S. Johnson
    Record added: Nov 15, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 80517831

    Elizabeth — Samuel SEABURY. Samuel (son of John SEABURY and Elizabeth ALDEN) was born 1706; died 15 Jun 1764; was buried , Saint Georges Church Cemetery, Hempstead, Nassau County, New York. [Group Sheet]

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