Person:Thomas Seaman (3)

Thomas Seaman
b.Est 1660
m. Abt 1655
  1. Martha SeamanBef 1657 - 1712
  2. Thomas SeamanEst 1660 - Bef 1724
  3. Sarah SeamanBef 1663 - Aft 1694
  4. Deborah SeamanAbt 1664 -
  5. Mary SeamanAbt 1665 - Bef 1694
  6. Samuel SeamanAbt 1667 - Abt 1731
  7. Nathaniel SeamanBef 1673 - 1757
  8. Richard SeamanBet 1673 & 1675 - Bet 1749 & 1750
  9. Hannah SeamanBef 1677 -
  • HThomas SeamanEst 1660 - Bef 1724
  • WMary UnknownEst 1663 -
  1. Richard SeamanEst 1683 -
  2. Mary SeamanEst 1685 -
  3. Elizabeth SeamanEst 1687 -
  4. Nathaniel SeamanEst 1689 -
  5. Thomas SeamanEst 1691 - Bef 1762
  6. Samuel SeamanEst 1693 -
  7. Sylvanus SeamanAbt 1695 - 1759
  8. John Seaman, IEst 1697 - 1757
  9. Abigail SeamanEst 1701 -
  10. Hannah SeamanEst 1705 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Seaman
Gender Male
Birth? Est 1660
Marriage to Mary Unknown
Death[1] Bef 29 Dec 1724 Town of Hempstead, Queens (now Nassau) Co., New York, United States

Thomas' will is dated November 14, 1722, in which he is described as of Hempstead, and was probated December 29, 1724.

Title: New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801 (CD #9) Author: Heritage Books Inc. Publication: Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997 Media: Family Archive CD Page: 2:306 Text: I, THOMAS SEAMAN, of Hempstead, in Queens County, yeoman, do make this my last will and testament. I leave to my daughter Mary one third of my movable estate, also 4 cows, 12 sheep, and 4 horses. I leave to my son, Thomas Seaman, that lot of land where his house now standeth, that I have given him a deed for. I leave to my son, Samuel Seaman, the lot of land that runs across the east run where his house now stands. I leave to my son John my dwelling house and barn and "all the land over in the Neck" so called, and the Swamp Pasture. I leave to my son Samuel a piece of land and Fresh meadow, that was Solomon Seamans, that lyeth on the west side of the Neck, between the Indian path and my own lot of land. I leave to my son John my lot of land with the piece of Fresh meadow thereto belonging, that lyeth on the west side of Seamans Neck above the cross road fence. I leave to my three sons all my meadow lots, salt and fresh, upon the Neck and Island (viz., my sons Thomas, Samuel, and John). I leave to my son Nathaniel L50, and to my son Sylvanus L50. My wife Mary is to have the south room of my old house, and the new east room, that is built on the east side of my old house, and the use of all my homestead, and the Swamp Pasture and land over in the Neck. I leave to my sons Thomas, Samuel, and John, all the remaining part of my lands, both in the Patent of my father, John Seaman, deceased, and in the undivided lands in the town of Hempstead. I leave to my daughter, Hannah Seaman, one feather bed,.... I leave to my grandson, Isaac Seaman, a heifer ... and to my wife and sons all my tools and tackling. I leave to my daughter Abigail, wife of Samuel Jackson, one cupboard. I leave 1/3 of the rest of my personal property to my six sons, and 2/3 to my four daughters, Abigail Johnson, Mary Smith, Elizabeth Alling, and Hannah Seaman. I make my son Richard and my two friends, Thomas Parsall and Benjamin Seaman, Jr., executors. Wit: Jacob Seaman, James Seaman, Solomon Seaman.

  1. New York. Surrogate's Court (New York County); New York. Prerogative Court; Robert H Kelby; and William Smith Pelletreau. Abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York, 1665-1801. (New York, New York: Printed for the New York Historical Society, 1893-1909 [i.e. 1913]).

    Will of Thomas Seaman gives location only.

  2.   Will.

    Mentioned in his father's 1694 Will

  3.   Bunker, Mary Powell. Long Island Genealogies. (Albany, New York, United States: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1895)