Jul. 9, 1901 Grand Island Hall County Nebraska, USA
Seymour L. "Seem" Studley (May, 1841 – July 9, 1901) also known as Sy and nicknamed Warhorse, was an American professional baseball player who played five games in center field for the 1872 Washington Nationals of the National Association of Professional Base Ball Players. He collected two hits in 21 at bats for .095 batting average.
Born in Byron, New York in May 1841, he hailed from Rochester, New York when he joined the Washington Nationals of the NABBP in 1866. He continued to play for the Nationals from 1867 to 1870.
Before his baseball career, Studley served for the 54th New York National Guard for a period of 100 days in 1864 during the American Civil War. He died in Grand Island, Nebraska at the age of 60, and is interred at Soldiers and Sailors Home Cemetery.
~ Wikipedia ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1850 (Sep) Census, Rochester, Monroe, NY: Luther Studley, 44, trading, b NY. Lucy Ann, 33, b NY. Seymour L., 9, b NY. Hermy C., 6, b NY. E. Josephine, 3, b NY. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ STUDLEY, Seymour L. Wife: Katie CLARK Marriage Date: 10 Nov 1883 Recorded in: Douglas, Nebraska Source: FHL Number 870045 ~ Rootsweb.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ U.S. Civil War Soldiers Name: Seymour L. Studley Side: Union Regiment State/Origin: New York Regiment Name: 54 NY National Guard 100 Days, 1864, Company C Rank In/Out: Private Film Number: M551 roll 136 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Seymour L. "Sy" Studley, was born May, 1841, Byron, New York, and died July 9, 1901, Grand Island, Nebraska. First game April 20, 1872; final game May 8, 1872. At bat and throw are unknown. He was 5' 7.5" and weighed 180 lbs. ~www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/S/Pstuds101.htm