Aaron Crossley Seymour

Male, (circa 1766 - 1828)
BirthAaron Crossley Seymour was born circa 21 July 1766. 
Note INDIA SERVICE began. See tombstone and directories. 
INFO BURKE'S LANDED GENTRY OF IRELAND, pub. 1912. "Aaron Crossley, d.1828, H.E.I.C.S., Registrar to the Secretary of the Revenue and Judicial Depts., Bengal; m. 1st, Maria, dau. of Dr.Hogarth, and by her (who d. 31 July 1816) had a dau., I. Frances Maria, m. her cousin John Crossley Seymour, of Coolnagower. He m. 2ndly, Margaret Brown and had two sons and three daus., I. Charles Crossley, H.E.I.C.S. 2. Samuel Francis, H.E.I.C.S. 2. Jane Helen. 3. Elizabeth Maria. 4. Margaret Moore." (BurLandGenIr p.635) NOTE: birth order for daughters 3 and 4 is reversed in Burke. 
MarriageHe married Maria Hogarth January 1792 in Calcutta, Bengal, India. 
INFO MARRIAGE. Jan 1792 [day not legible] Fort William. Aaron Crossley Seymour and Maria Hogarth, spinster. (InBengalPR LDS498608 4:137.) 
INFO DIRECTORY. European Inhabitants of Bengal. Seymour, A.C. register in the revenue and judicial depts, and keeper of the records, secy general's office, Calcutta, 86.[i.e. 1786 - year of arrival in India]. (EastIndReg LDS2029334 1803 p.128.) 
MarriageAaron Crossley Seymour married Margaret Brown 24 January 1817 in Calcutta, Bengal, India. 
INFO MARRIAGE record. 24 Jan 1817. Aaron Crossley Seymour of Calcutta, gentleman, widower, and Margaret Brown of Calcutta, Spinster of Fort William in Bengal were marr at St. John's Cathedral in Calcutta. Witnesses: Charles Court, Saml Blackburn, C. F. J. Durell. (InBengal PR LDS498610 10:204.) 
INFO DIRECTORY. European Inhabitants of Bengal. Seymour, Aaron C, assist in the chief secy's office, 1786 [arrival in India]. (EastIndReg 1824 p.170.) 
INFO TOMBSTONE. North Park Street Cemetery, Calcutta. Aaron Crossley Seymour, d.16 Nov 1828. "Sacred to the memory of Aaron Crossley Seymour, Esq., Head Uncovenanted Asst in the Office of the Chief Secy to Government, Asst Secy, Registrar and Examiner of the Govt Lotteries, who after a highly meritorious period of 42 years Public Service, departed this life on the 16th Nov 1828; aged 62 years 3 months and 26 days. To the deep affliction of his widow and children, and to the sorrow and regret of a numerous circle of friends, to whom he was endeared by the Sincerity of his character and by the Urbanity and benevolence of his temper and disposition." (BengalInscr #331 p.94-95.) 
DeathAaron Crossley Seymour died 16 November 1828 in Calcutta, India. 
INFO DEATH in Bengal directory list. 17 November 1828. A. C. Seymour, Esq. (EastIndReg LDS2029400 1829 p.520.) 
INFO PROBATE. Aaron Crossley Seymour. Will: "at present I am so deeply involved in debt that my sole motive for making one at all is that I may secure my papers from the rude inspection of strangers and nominate a special person for the charge of my property..." Any surplus to be divided between wife Margaret and dtr in Europe Frances Maria Seymour. Wife to be sole executor. Hopes his male friends will help her. Papers are in his writing box. Will written 22 Sep 1828. Probate granted 25 Nov 1828 to Margaret Seymour of Ducre's[?] Lane in Calcutta. (InBengWills LDS5101941828:221.) 
INFO BURIAL. 17 November 1828 at Calcutta. Aaron Crossley Seymour aged 62 years, 3 months and 6 days, head asst in the Chief Secy's Office. (InBengalPR LDS498959 22:533.) 
INFO SEYMOUR FAMILY in Burke's Landed Gentry 1848 - Seymour of Castletown -- Aaron-Crossley Seymour "in the East India Company's civil srvice, register to the secy of the revenue and judicial depts at Bengal, m. 1st Maria, dau. and sole heir of Dr. Hogarth, and left by her (who d. 31 July 1816) an only dau., Frances-Maria, who m. her cousin John-Crossley Seymour, Esq of Coolnagower. Mr. Aaron Seymour m. 2ndly, Miss Margaret Browne, and dying at Calcutta in 1828 left issue by that lady, [sons] 1. Charles-Crossley, b 7 Dec 1817, E.I.Co.'s service; 2. Samuel-Francis, b. 14 May 1819 E.I. Co.'s service; [daughters] 1 Jane-Helen; 2. Margaret Moore; and 3. Elizabeth-Maria." (BurLandGen 1848 p.1218.) 
INFO CENSUS 1901 (31 Mar 1901). Ireland. Queen's County, Offerland Parish, Coolnagour. [was Seymour family home 1800s] Scott, Annie, head, 39, farmer, not married. Brother Robert Scott, 40, Sister Margt. J. Scott, 34 -- all born Queen's county. plus a boarder (a priest) and two servants. (IreCens1901 LDS850463 Coolnagour.) 
INFO CENSUS 1911. Ireland, Queen's County, Offerlane Parish, Coolnagour. [Seymour family home 1800s]. Riddell, George D., head, Presby, 46, farmer, married, b. Queen's Co.. Wife Annie, wife, 49, married 1 year or less, no children. Br-in-law Robert Scott, 50, farm help, single, 2 female servants. (IreCens1911 LDS2193130 Coolnagour.) 
INFO ANCESTRY -- SEYMOUR family in Burke (Ireland) -- "Seymour of Limerick" --contains same information as 1848 coverage for A.C. Seymour, but addl info about daughter Frances. Note current title holder is John Nicholson Seymour b.11Sep1858. Prof in Tokyo. m.1886 Isuru Nagai. One son Chas Nicholson Seymour b.1894. 4 dtrs Hannah, Clara Maria m.1907 Richard Aylmer Coates, Lily, Eva Botan. He is grandson of J.C. Seymour and Frances, son of Rev. John Hobart Seymour (31 Aug 1830-1897) who m. 1856 Lily Anna Nicholson (-14Aug1862). He had 1s,1d by first wife Lily, none by 2nd wife Matilda Stevenson. (BurLandGenIr 1912 p.635-36.) 

Family 1

Maria Hogarth (circa 1774 - 1816)

Family 2

Margaret Brown (circa 1791 - 1846)