$0.00(0 items )

No products in the cart.

Alexander J. Seely

Alexander J. Seely came to Portland with his brother Norman. He worked at his trade, that of blacksmithing, until November, 1838, when he into a difficulty with an Indian, and the latter was. killed. He secreted himself in cornfields for a time, and finally succeeded in leaving the country. He went to Texas, was in the war with Mexico, and was taken a prisoner and probably killed. He married Philene Blackmore. Their children were Jennette and Robette, who are now married and living in Michigan. Mrs. Seely afterward married Chauncey Van Duzen.
“Bent & Wilson History of Whiteside County, page 350

[Alexander J. is SGS# 2663 – Alexander J.; Jeduthan/Juduthen; Ebenezer, David; John; Benjamin; Nathaniel; Robert]