Person:Hicks Seaman (1)

m. Est 1690
  1. Charity SeamanEst 1691 -
  2. Phebe SeamanEst 1693 - Aft 1766
  3. Samuel SeamanEst 1695 - Bef 1754
  4. Deborah SeamanEst 1697 - Bef 1792
  5. Martha SeamanEst 1699 -
  6. Hicks Seaman1700 - Aft 1760
  7. Mary SeamanEst 1702 - Aft 1796
m. 30 Oct 1726
  1. John SeamanEst 1730 -
  2. Samuel SeamanEst 1735 -
  3. Hicks Seaman, Jr.Est 1740 -
Facts and Events
Name Hicks Seaman
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1700 Jerusalem (now Wantagh), Queens (now Nassau) Co., New York, United States
Marriage 30 Oct 1726 St. George's Episcopal Church, Hempstead, Queens (now Nassau) Co., New York, United Statesto Elizabeth Barnes
Residence[2] Westchester Co., New York, United States
Death? Aft 16 Jun 1760

From Bunker, pg 145: Hicks and Elizabeth went to live in Westchester County; had a farm in 1764 near Croton River.

From "Descendants of Captain John Seaman according to Mary Thomas Seaman, 1928: "Hicks lived south side of the plains," meaning Jerusalem. Records of the Town of Hempstead show "1740 Hicks Seaman chosen one of the Surveyors or Overseers of High Ways." "Davis in "Westchester Patriarchs" notes that Hicks Seaman moved to Croton by 1764; and there is a registered earmark [for cattle] 12 Mar 1750 in Northcastle [Westchester, NY]. [p. 212] "Marriage Notes for Elizabeth Barnes and Hicks Seaman: Hicks Seaman married Elizabeth Barnes, daughter of Joshua and Sarah (Jackson) Barnes, who were early settlers of Southampton, Long Island. Hicks and Elizabeth moved to Westchester County, NY and settled on a farm near Croton River in 1764. Hicks Seaman had a registered earmark 12 Mar 1750 in Northcastle, Westchester Co., NY. They had five children of whom four are recorded."

  1. Rootsweb chart of Jim Rubins: The Descendants of Capt. John Seaman op.
  2. Bunker, Mary Powell. Long Island Genealogies. (Albany, New York, United States: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1895)
  3.   Will and Codicil of Joshua Barnes