Peter Whitcomb Seaver

Born:Circa 1781 In:  Massachusetts, United States
Died:Jan 23 1863 (at age ‎~82‏)In:  Worcester, Washington, Vermont, United States
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JOSIAH WILLIS SEAVER
His father
Sarah Seaver (born Whitcomb)
His mother
Jonathan Seaver
His brother
Rebecca Seaver
His sister
Patty Waite (born Seaver)
His sister
Sally Barnes (born Seaver)
His sister
Olive Seaver
His sister
Lydia Johnson (born Seaver)
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In the 1810 United States Census, Peter Seaver was a head of household

in Moretown town, Chittenden County, Vermont. The household included four males under age 10, one male aged 26 to 45, two females under age 10, and one female aged 26 to 45 (1810 United States Census Population Schedule, Moretown town, Chittenden County, Vermont, Page 190, FHL Microfilm 0,218,668).

 

In the 1820 United States Census, Peter Seaver was a head of household residing in Moretown town, Washington County, Vermont. The household included one free white male under age 10, two free white males aged 10 to 16, one free white male aged 16 to 26, one free white male aged 26 to 45, three free white females under age 10, one free white female aged 10 to 16, one free white female aged 16 to 26, and one free white female aged 26 to 45 (1820 United States Census, Washington County, Vermont, Population Schedule, Moretown, Page 026, FHL Microfilm 0,281,249).

 

In the 1830 United States Census, Peter Seaver was a head of household residing in Moretown, Washington County, Vermont. The household included one free white male aged 5 to 10, one free white male aged 40 to 50, two free white females under age 5 and one free white female aged 30 to 40 (1830 United States Census, Washington County, Vermont, Population Schedule, Moretown, Page 303, FHL Microfilm 0,027,449).

 

In the 1840 United States Census, Peter W. Seaver was a head of household residing in Worcester town, Washington County, Vermont. The household included one free white male aged 15 to 20, one free white male aged 60 to 70, one free white female aged 15 to 20 and one free white female aged 60 to 70 (1840 United States Census, Washington County, Vermont, Population Schedule, Worcester, Page 362, FHL Microfilm 0,027,441).

 

In the 1850 US census, Peter Seaver (age 70, a laborer, born MA) and Eunice Seaver (age 71, born MA) resided in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont [FHL Microfilm 0,444,927, page 205, dwelling #613, family #623].

 

In the 1860 US census, Peter W. Seaver (age 79, born MA) and his wife Eunice (age 80, born MA) resided in Worcester, Washington County, Vermont with their daughter and her family. The household included David W. Folsom (age 40, millwright, born VT), Maria Folsom (age 45, born VT), Edward P. Folsom (age 17, born VT), Francis P. Folsom (age 14, born VT), and Charles W. Folsom (age 11, born VT). [1860 VT Census, FHL Microfilm 0,805,324, page 174, house #2688].
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