SEYMOUR FAMILY CEMETERY

Located at “Seymour Bottom”, Frankfort District

Mineral County, West Virginia

transcribed by Mark mailto:cumbreb@hereintown.net>

 

 

 

Granite Stone (glossy) 8’high

 

Mother

Carrie S. Brady b. Nov. 17,1844 d. Dec.31,1906

Father

John C. Brady b. April 29,1843 d.July 12,1910

 

Granite Stone (glossy) 3’high

James Smith Brady died age 28, March 28,1900

 

Concrete Stone (dull) 1’high

Mary Catherine Brady died May 7,1883

 

Another stone not able to read? Brady died Feb.18,188?

 

Granite Stone (glossy) 6’high

Mother

Elizabeth A. Seymour died May 30,1885 age 70yr.1mo., 13 days

Father

Felix R. Seymour died Nov. 1887 age 77yr., 9mos.,6 days

 

Granite Stone (glossy) 3’high

Herbert Felix Seymour 1893-1910 (drowned at Brady Station)

 

Granite Stone (glossy) 3’ high

Margaret McNeil 1840-1906

 

Granite Stone (glossy) 7’high

James Seymour b.Aug.18,1833 d. Sept.16,1896 age 63yrs.,20days

 

Concrete (dull) 2’high

B.J.Carr b. May 9,1927 d. Feb.28,1929

 

Concrete (dull) 18” high

William R. Seymour s/o F.R. Seymour died April 18,1861 age 10months 15 days

 

 

 

 

This land was originally known as “Anderson Bottom” after the original landowner William Anderson a

Revolutionary War soldier. William lived on this tract during the French and Indian War.