Person:Joseph Seaver (31)

Watchers
Joseph Sawyer Seaver
 
m. 27 NOV 1810
  1. Joseph Sawyer Seaver1813 -
  2. John William Seaver1815 -
  3. Silas Howe Seaver1817 -
  4. Persis Howe Seaver1819 -
  5. Mary Ann Seaver1821 -
  6. Samuel Howe Seaver1823 -
  7. Cyrus Seaver1828 - 1830
m. BEF 1839
  1. John S. Seaver1839 -
  2. Fanny A. Seaver1841 -
  3. Silas Seaver1843 - 1847
  4. Mary Janette SeaverABT 1845 - 1847
  5. infant Seaver1847 - 1847
  6. Mary Jane Seaver1848 -
  7. Ella Rosetta Seaver1849 -
  8. George Augustus Seaver1851 -
  9. Abby Seaverabt 1854 -
  10. Flora Seaverabt 1855 -
  11. Elizabeth Seaver1859 -
  12. James F. Seaver1861 -
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Sawyer Seaver
Gender Male
Birth? 1813 Prob. Lancaster, Worcester County, MA
Marriage BEF 1839 VTto Amanda Hosley


CENSUS:

In the 1850 US census, the Joseph S. Seaver family resided in Leominster, Worcester County, MA. The household included Joseph S. (age 37, farmer, born MA), Amanda (age 32, born VT), John S. (age 11, born NY), Fanny A. (age 9, born VT), Mary A. (age 2, born MA) and Ella R. (age 1, born unknown). [LDS Microfilm 0,443,559, page 224, family #488].

In the 1860 US census, the Joseph S. Seaver family resided in Manchester, Bennington County, VT. The household included Joseph S. (age 47, farmer/mason, $500 in real property, $85 in personal property, born MA), Manda (age 42, wife, born VT), Mary (12, born MA), Elles (age 12, born MA), Abba (age 6, born VT), Flora (age 4, born VT), and Betsy (age 1, born VT). [LDS Microfilm 0,805,317, page 820, house 644, family 665).

In the 1870 US census, the Joseph Seaver family resided in Manchester, Bennington County, VT. The household included Joseph (age 57, day laborer, $800 in real property, $200 in personal property, born VT), Manda (age 53, keeping house, born VT), Mary (age 22, at home, born VT, deaf and dumb), Betsy (age 11, born VT) and James (age 9, born VT). [1870 US census for Bennington County, VT, LDS Microfilm 0,553,114, page 462, dwelling #255, family #246].

In the 1880 US census, Joseph Seaver (age 65, born MA, farm laborer, father and mother born VT) and his sister Mary J. Seaver (age 32, born VT, keeping house, father and mother born VT) resided in Manchester, Bennington county, Vermont. [LDS Microfilm 1,255,341, page 418D].

In the 1900 US Census, Joseph S. Seaver (head of household, white, male, born Jan 1812, age 88, widowed, born MA, parents born MA, a farmer) was a servant in Jamaica, Windham County, Vermont [National Archives Microfilm Series T623, Roll 1695, Page 123, ED 215?, Sheet 3, Line 29].