At one point I looked at the Seymours coming from Dorset.
|28 Nov 1811||William||Seymour||bachelor of Marle in the County of Dorset, England||Eleanor||Courage||spinster of Harbour Grace|
I found these earlier references in Harbour Grace. Maybe some earlier family mixing occurred.
|197-198||No date shown (but presumably 30 Sept 1763)||Court Proceedings:
-Henry Thamer and Alias Seymour complained against Thomas Pike, to be settled by Justice Garland.
|209||25 Oct 1763||Gov. Thomas Graves (St. John’s)||Charles Garland Esq., Justice of the Peace (Harbour Grace)||Henry Seymour petitioned that Samuel Pike (Mosquito Cove) refuses to pay him his due wages. If Pike does not pay immediately, Garland will sell the defendants effects to pay the wages.|