Margaret Brown

Female, (circa 1791 - 1846)
BirthMargaret Brown was born circa 1791. 
MarriageShe married Aaron Crossley Seymour 24 January 1817 in Calcutta, Bengal, India. 
DeathMargaret Brown died 5 February 1846 in Calcutta, Bengal, India. 
INFO BURIAL rec. at Fort William in Bengal. d. & bur. 5 Feb 1846. Margaret Seymour, age 55, Relict of late Mr. A.C. Seymour. bur at Park Street [Cemetery]. (INBengalPR LDS498984 69:73.) 
INFO PROBATE of WILL. 9 Jun 1846. Probate granted to Herbert Park Marshall and Charles Crossley Seymour. Margaret Seymour, inhabitant of Calcutta d. 5 Feb 1846. Note: Herbert Park Marshall resides at Mission Row, Calcutta, gentleman, attorney of the court hearing the case [Supreme Court of Judication at Fort William Calcutta]. Charles Crossley Seymour resides at Cassitollah [?], Calcutta, writer in Judicial Department. Will was signed 24 Mar 1840, witnessed by David Andrew [indigo planter of Arrangabar], Eliza Barnard and Francis Harris. Will gives her furniture which is currently in possession of sons Chas Crossley and Samuel Francis Seymour to them at her decease. To dtr Mrs. H.P. Marshall her china trunk. To grandson Herbert Seymour Marshall her chest of drawers. To Mrs. Dunbars her Bible (given by Dr. Finch) as token of gratitude for all past kindnesses. To all friends "who have been mindful of me and my children in my adversity and affliction" thanks... To daughters Margaret Moore and Elizabeth Maria Seymour all clothing, wardrobes, and furniture used by her at time of decease and also her Palenkeen [sp?]. All other furniture and silver tableware & household implements be sold to pay debts and the residue to be invested in Government securities for the benefit of the children in trust -- for daughters Margaret Moore Seymour and Eliz Maria Seymour equally until their marriage or to either of whom remains unmarried to her death. After the marriage of the last dtr, the securities are to be sold and proceeds divided equally among children Chas Crossley Seymour, Samuel Francis Seymour, Mrs. H.P. Marshall, Margaret Moore Seymour, and Elizabeth Maria Seymour. Executors and trustees to be Thomas James Thompson, Herbert Park Marshall (her son-in-law), and sons Chas Crossley Seymour and Samuel Francis Seymour. They are also to be guardians of daughters. (InBengWills 1846 p.325) NOTE: Only two of the four designated executors requested probate of will in court. 


Aaron Crossley Seymour (circa 1766 - 1828)