|Birth: ||Mar. 12, 1830|
|Death: ||Apr. 12, 1909|
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Jacob Sebourn was Charles Jacob "Jake" Sebourn. He was the Sebourn who brought the Sebourn family to Arkansas. He was born March 12, 1830, in Laurel County, Kentucky, and died near Winslow, Arkansas, on April 12, 1909. His wife was Siretha Gabbard Sebourn. Jacob and Siretha were the parents of ten children:
(1) Nancy Jane Sebourn Smith Murdoc 1850/1896
(2) Robert Hilary Sebourn b. 1852
(3) Elizabeth A. "Lizzie" Sebourn Innis Rivercome
(4) Elijah "Liege" Sebourn b. 1856
(5) William Wesley Sebourn 1858/1953
(6) Samuel "Sam" Sebourn 1861/1926
(7) Lewis M. Sebourn 1866/1958
(8) Charles "Charley" Sebourn 1869/1962
(9) Edward Sebourn 1871/1881
(10) Jacob Warren "Jake" Sebourn 1875/1973.
Jacob (Charles Jacob) was the son of Robert Seabourn and Mary Ann McClure of Laurel County, Kentucky. Robert was born about 1801 in Madison County, Kentucky. (His birthplace later became a part of Clay County, then later was located in Laurel County, Kentucky.) Robert Seabourn's parents were Jacob Seabourn and Anna
Harris. Jacob was born in 1762 in probably Virginia. He served more than two years in a dragoon unit during the Revolutionary War. He was with General Nathaniel Green's forces at the Battle of Eutaw Springs, South Carolina; and served under General "Mad Anthony" Wayne in Georgia.
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