James Seaton

James Seaton

Birth
Fauquier County, Virginia, USA
Death 2 Mar 1830 (aged 78)
Carmichaels, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial Carmichaels, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID 15065853 · View Source
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James Seaton III served in the Revolutionary War and was on infrequent duty with the County Militia on guard against the British aided indians.
In 1782 he was listed as an owner of one slave. On April of 1786, he surveyed 300 acres in Washington County, Pennsylvania which is presently Greene Co. On July 10, 1789, he patented the triangle of land extending from Little Whiteley Creek & extending north in Cumberland Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania. In the 1798 is listed as the owner of a two story frame dwelling of ten windows & 104 lights valued at $250, with a kitchen building of logs with eight windows setting on a two acre lot.


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  • Created by: svandee
  • Added: 28 Jul 2006
  • Find A Grave Memorial 15065853
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for James Seaton (19 Jul 1751–2 Mar 1830), Find A Grave Memorial no. 15065853, citing Old Seaton Cemetery, Carmichaels, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by svandee (contributor 46842720) .