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Lusk Church and Round Tower (1844)
Lusk Church and Round Tower (1844)
Heath Hall, Co. Armagh, home of the Armagh Seavers
Heath Hall, Co. Armagh, home of the Armagh Seavers
Rogerstown House, Lusk, original home of the Lusk Seavers, now restored and owned by the Monahan family
Rogerstown House, Lusk, original home of the Lusk Seavers, now restored and owned by the Monahan family
Rallekaystown, home of Thomas (1806-1878) and Anne (née Owens) Seaver
Rallekaystown, home of Thomas (1806-1878) and Anne (née Owens) Seaver
Heath Hall in ruins (2007)
Heath Hall in ruins (2007)
Jonathan Seaver (1770 - 1841), of Heath Hall
Jonathan Seaver (1770 - 1841), of Heath Hall
Richard Seaver (1853-1904), son of Thomas Seaver and Anne Owens
Richard Seaver (1853-1904), son of Thomas Seaver and Anne Owens
Thomas Seaver (1861-1949), youngest brother of Richard Seaver
Thomas Seaver (1861-1949), youngest brother of Richard Seaver
Thomas Seaver (1894-1948), son of Thomas  Seaver, in Volunteer (1916) uniform
Thomas Seaver (1894-1948), son of Thomas Seaver, in Volunteer (1916) uniform
Joseph Seaver (1794-1874) is an important figure for the American branch of the Seaver clan
Joseph Seaver (1794-1874) is an important figure for the American branch of the Seaver clan
Part of Fingal: The Seaver Townlands
Part of Fingal: The Seaver Townlands were: Whitestown, Parnellstown, Rallekaystown, Knightstown, Ballymadun, Tyrrellstown, Horestown, Colecot, Lusk, Kingstown, Ballyboghil, Dunganstown, Whitestown, Rush, Corduff, Rogerstown, Cold-Winters, Lanestown, Donabate, Kilcrea, Ballymadrough
Richard Seaver - Died in the Battle of Gettysburg (1863). His gravestone in the Military Cemetery in Gettysburg
Richard Seaver - Died in the Battle of Gettysburg (1863). His gravestone in the Military Cemetery in Gettysburg
Street named after Richard Seaver in Easton, Massassuchets, USA, where he once lived
Street named after Richard Seaver in Easton, Massassuchets, USA, where he once lived
Street named after Richard Seaver in Easton, Massassuchets, USA, where he once lived
Street named after Richard Seaver in Easton, Massassuchets, USA, where he once lived
Street named after Richard Seaver in Easton, Massassuchets, USA, where he once lived
Street named after Richard Seaver in Easton, Massassuchets, USA, where he once lived
Brigadier C.D.K. Seaver, son of Richard Seaver Rector of St. Johns Malone. He was surgeon in ordinary to the Viceroy of India
Brigadier C.D.K. Seaver, son of Richard Seaver Rector of St. Johns Malone. He was surgeon in ordinary to the Viceroy of India
Capt. Charles Seaver, Malone, Belfast, who was killed at the battle of the Somme, First World War
Capt. Charles Seaver, Malone, Belfast, who was killed at the battle of the Somme, First World War
George Seaver (1892-1975) with his housekeeper. The Deanery St. Canices Cathedral, Kilkenny, 1952. Published the book 'History of the Seaver Family' in 1950
George Seaver (1892-1975) with his housekeeper. The Deanery St. Canices Cathedral, Kilkenny, 1952. Published the book 'History of the Seaver Family' in 1950
Charles Henry Lloyd Seaver (1917-1993) son of Brig. C.D.K. Seaver and Frances Seaver. Born Dagshai, Punjab. Educated in Ireland & England. Interred in Portstewart, Co. Derry
Charles Henry Lloyd Seaver (1917-1993) son of Brig. C.D.K. Seaver and Frances Seaver. Born Dagshai, Punjab. Educated in Ireland & England. Interred in Portstewart, Co. Derry
Henry & Norah Seaver and their family formerly of Lisroyan, Malone Rd., Belfast
Henry & Norah Seaver and their family formerly of Lisroyan, Malone Rd., Belfast
Norah & Marjorie Seaver formerly of Lisroyan, Malone Rd., Belfast
Norah & Marjorie Seaver formerly of Lisroyan, Malone Rd., Belfast
Beebe Barnett, of Mexico City, grandaughter of Jonathan C.P.B. Seaver the last Seaver to live in Heath Hall, Co. Armagh
Beebe Barnett, of Mexico City, grandaughter of Jonathan C.P.B. Seaver the last Seaver to live in Heath Hall, Co. Armagh
Beebe Barnett grandaughter of Jonathan C.P.B. Seaver. He emigrated to Mexico via Australia, New Zealand Canada and USA. Beebe is pictured here standing outside the parameter wall of Heath Hall, Co Armagh, the home of her grandfather
Beebe Barnett grandaughter of Jonathan C.P.B. Seaver. He emigrated to Mexico via Australia, New Zealand Canada and USA. Beebe is pictured here standing outside the parameter wall of Heath Hall, Co Armagh, the home of her grandfather
Seaver family grave at Meigh, Co. Armagh. Last person interred here was Marie Josephine who died premature in 1900
Seaver family grave at Meigh, Co. Armagh. Last person interred here was Marie Josephine who died premature in 1900
Kathleen & Peter Seaver, Kilkenny
Kathleen & Peter Seaver, Kilkenny
Ann Marie Seaver married to Matthew with their son Conn who all reside in Lusk, Co. Dublin, the original homeplace of all Irish Seavers
Ann Marie Seaver married to Matthew with their son Conn who all reside in Lusk, Co. Dublin, the original homeplace of all Irish Seavers
Daniel Seaver son of Kathleen & Peter Seaver, Kilkenny
Daniel Seaver son of Kathleen & Peter Seaver, Kilkenny
Ian Seaver Barnett - Son of Beebe Barnett
Ian Seaver Barnett - Son of Beebe Barnett
Christopher Seaver Yapp - Grandson of Beebe Barnett
Christopher Seaver Yapp - Grandson of Beebe Barnett
Tom Seaver (Lusk), with his aunt, Mollie Mayock (née Seaver), aged 104, at her home in Drumcondra, Dublin, in 2009. Mollie is still hail and hearty in 2011
Tom Seaver (Lusk), with his aunt, Mollie Mayock (née Seaver), aged 104, at her home in Drumcondra, Dublin, in 2009. Mollie is still hail and hearty in 2011
Back row, L to R: Mary Anne Seaver, Fr. Eddie Doran, O. Carm, Mattie Seaver, Tom Seaver; Front row, L to R: Nellie Heron, Chrissie Seaver, Mattie Troy
Back row, L to R: Mary Anne Seaver, Fr. Eddie Doran, O. Carm, Mattie Seaver, Tom Seaver;
Front row, L to R: Nellie Heron, Chrissie Seaver, Mattie Troy
Tom Seaver reads his 'Seaver Miscellany' piece about Rev. Matthew Seaver S.J. to the general audience
Tom Seaver reads his 'Seaver Miscellany' piece about Rev. Matthew Seaver S.J. to the general audience
 
Seaver Family Crests