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A. J. Seymour (1914—1990)

Aaron Crossley Hobart Seymour (1789—1870) hymn writer

Alan Seymour (b. 1927)

Allan Seymour Walker (1887—1958)

Anna Maria Seymour (c. 1692—1723) actress

Anne Seymour (c. 1510—1587) noblewoman and literary patron

Anne Seymour Damer (1748—1828) sculptor and author

Beatrice Mary Kean Seymour (1886—1955) novelist

Bernard John Seymour Coleridge (1851—1927) judge

Charles Seymour (1662—1748) politician and courtier

Edward Adolphus Seymour (1775—1855) scholar

Edward James Seymour (1796—1866) physician

Edward Seymour (c. 1539—1621) courtier

Elizabeth Seymour (1667—1722) courtier and politician

Frances Seymour (1699—1754) poet and letter writer

Francis Ingram Seymour Conway (1743—1822) politician

Francis Seymour (c. 1590—1664) politician

Francis Seymour Conway (1718—1794) courtier and politician

Francis Seymour Larpent (1776—1845) civil servant

Frederick Beauchamp Paget Seymour (1821—1895) naval officer

Hector Seymour Peter Monro (1922—2006) farmer and politician

Henry Seymour (1612—1687) courtier

Henry Seymour (1729—1805) politician

(Henry) Seymour Berry (1877—1928) financier and coal industrialist

Henry Seymour Conway (1719—1795) army officer and politician

Henry Seymour Rawlinson (1864—1925) army officer

Hugh Seymour Tremenheere (1804—1893) civil servant

James Seymour (c. 1702—1752) painter and draughtsman

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour (c. 1509—1537) queen of England, third consort of Henry VIII.


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English family of cabinetmakers active in America. Seymour, John (c.1738–1818). English cabinetmaker, active in the USA. He migrated to America in about 1784 with his son and future partner Thomas ...

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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