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Elizabeth Seacat

Elizabeth Seacat

Female 1812 - 1906  (93 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Elizabeth Seacat was born on 12 Dec 1812 in Indiana (daughter of Peter Seacat and Elizabeth Mason); died on 29 Jan 1906 in Harrison, Indiana; was buried in Mount Tabor Church of Christ Cemetery Harrison Co., Indiana.

    Elizabeth married Stewart T. Ott on 23 Jul 1834 in Harrison, Indiana. Stewart (son of Frederick Ott, Jr. and Nancy Lacefield) was born in 1809 in Lincoln, Kentucky; died on 28 Nov 1878 in Harrison, Indiana; was buried in Mount Tabor Church of Christ Cemetery Harrison Co., Indiana. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Mary Jane Ott was born about 1840 in Indiana.
    2. Matilda Ott was born on 6 Dec 1841 in Harrison, Indiana.
    3. Peter Ott was born about 1845 in Indiana.
    4. Howard Ott was born about 1846 in Indiana.
    5. Anthony Ott was born on 1 Oct 1849 in Harrison, Indiana; died on 13 Jan 1895 in Harrison, Indiana; was buried in Mount Tabor Church of Christ Cemetery Harrison Co., Indiana.
    6. James B. Ott was born on 4 Mar 1854 in Harrison, Indiana; died on 12 Sep 1921 in Harrison, Indiana; was buried in Mount Tabor Church of Christ Cemetery Harrison Co., Indiana.
    7. Felix G. Ott was born in 1856 in Indiana.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Peter Seacat was born on 14 Aug 1775 in Pennsylvania; died on 10 Feb 1852 in Indiana.

    Peter married Elizabeth Mason. Elizabeth was born on 8 Jun 1779 in Virginia; died on 30 Sep 1864 in Indiana. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Elizabeth Mason was born on 8 Jun 1779 in Virginia; died on 30 Sep 1864 in Indiana.
    Children:
    1. 1. Elizabeth Seacat was born on 12 Dec 1812 in Indiana; died on 29 Jan 1906 in Harrison, Indiana; was buried in Mount Tabor Church of Christ Cemetery Harrison Co., Indiana.
    2. Josiah Seacat was born on 2 Sep 1817 in Indiana; died on 18 Sep 1895 in Indiana.