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Josh Hall (#47262588)
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Alice Sealock Saffell
Hi Josh,

Welcome to Findagrave.

Alice Sealock Saffell, daughter of John and Nancy John Sealock, married James Harvey Saffell on Dec. 16, 1839 in Warren County, Va. This info is from Joan Hackett's Sealock book. Ken Jackson's Sealock book states that Alice was the daughter of John's second wife, whose name was also Alice. Jackson's book states that John had 8 children with Nancy and 3 with Alice.

John's children were (not in this order) Robt. Anderson, Robt. Franklin, Mary Florence, James Harvey Jr., Edwin, Emma (Brown), Lucy A. (Venable), Martha E. (Striker).

Alice was born ca. 1820 and died April 30, 1882. Jas. Harvey, Sr., died in 1885.

Are you related to the Sealock's? My mom is the daughter of Russell and Minnie Derflinger Sealock.

My info comes from Ken Jackson and Joan Hackett's books on the Sealock's. If you would like to have Joan's address in order to obtain a copy, please email me. Ken died a while back and Joan now maintains his records, too.

I am going to Prospect Hill today and will ask at the office if they have any record of Alice being buried there and will let you know. I do doubt it though because several folks have transcribed this cemetery, over the last 30 years that I know of, and none have listed her as being there.

Best Regards,
Added by FDP on Apr 24, 2010 6:05 AM
alma mensing
that would make you, I and your wife related. alma was one of my grandma's cousins. the pictures were my grandma's and i inherited them when she passed away.
Added by Debbie on Mar 29, 2010 5:12 PM

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