m. BEF 1839
Facts and Events
SOURCE: JMSeaver #607-i-1
BIRTH: 1839 (JMS)
RESIDENCE: lived in Springfield MA (JMS)
In the 1870 US census, the John Seaver family resided in Dorset, Bennington County, Vermont. The household included John (age 30, born VT), Adeline (age 26, born VT), Edward (age 9, born VT), Hattie (age 6, born MA) and Mary (age 3, born VT). [1870 Census for Bennington county, VT, LDS Microfilm 0,553,114, page 427, dwelling #257, family #252].
In the 1880 US census, the J.S. Seaver (age 41, born NY, laborer, father born MA, mother born VT) family resided in Manchester, Bennington County, Vermont. The household included wife Eveline (age 36, born VT, keeping house, father and mother born VT), son Eddie Y. (age 19, born VT, farm laborer), daughter Hattie (age 15, born VT, at home) and daughter Mary (age 14, born VT, at school). [LDS Microfilm 1,2545,341, page 418D].
In the 1900 US Census, this family resided at 166 Hampshire Street in Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. The family included head John Seaver (white, male, born Apr 1839, age 61, married 40 years, born NY, parents born VT, a laborer on the railroad), wife Eveline Seaver (white, female, born Apr 1843, age 57, married 40 years, 6 children born, 3 living, born VT, parents born VT) and son Harry Seaver (white, male, born Dec 1881, age 18, single, born MA, father born NY, mother born VT, a machinist) [National Archives Microfilm Series T623, Roll 653, ED 601, Sheet 21, Line 39].
In the 1910 US Census, the John S. Seaver resided at 166 Hampshire Avenue in the 8th Ward of Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. The family included head of househiold John S. Seaver (male, white, age 71, first marriage, married 49 years, born NY, father born MA, mother born VT, inspector, works on street car tracks), wife Emeline Seaver (female, white, age 67, first marriage, married 49 years, 6 children born, 3 living, born VT, parents born VT) and son Harry E. Seaver (male, white, age 28, single, born VT, father born NY, mother born VT, fireman, works in fiberloid shop) [NARA Microfilm Series T624, Roll 592, ED 659, Sheet 42A, Page 258, dwelling #470, family #618].