Seeley Genealogical Society

Seeley Genealogical Society


Happy New Year, fellow Seeleys... My latest book will soon be launched in the Kickstarter website, where I offer 9 levels of rewards for your pledge. You can't pledge just yet, not 'til the campaign goes live later this month. For now, here is a preview link (it's safe!) to be sent and shared with anyone you think might be interested, to help get the word out! See the cover. But click the link for the whole story behind the story!
My Great Grandfather was Peter Baldwin Seeley. He married Elsie Jane Seely. He homesteaded on the south side of Marsh Lake on Grange Rd, outside of Camden, Michigan after the Civil War. Around 1903, he moved his family (2 daughters and 2 sons) to Huntington, IN. They are buried in the Palmer Cemetery on Territorial Rd, outside Camden, MI.
I have CILLEY ancestors from New Hampshire. Is that part of your research genre? Deacon Samuel Cilley of Andover NH
My mother Ruth laverne Seeley Heath and her older sister Eva Mae Seeley Glover.
My grandmother was a part of this group many years ago when it was done all by paper. Since, then I have learned I have the Seeley family on both sides of my family from the late 1800's to the early 1900's. Where do I go from here?
My name is Lynette Fowlston and I started working on my Seeley Linage this past week and came across your web site and your face book page. Very interesting web site with tons of information.. The question I have is, are Robert and Obadiah, brothers both from William. On my paternal line Margaret Seeley is my great grandmother through Isaac Seeley and Mary Anne Owens , back to Obadiah and on my maternal line from Robert, Ephraim Seeley Jr is my 2 cousin 6X removed out of Ephraim Seeley Sr and Keziah Hurlbut .Have been working on the sons lines down there from Ephraim and Keziah. The Hurlbut line is my straight direct lineage from Thomas. This has me have the Seeley's on both sides of my tree.
Great issue for the November newsletter. Obadiah Seeley is my 9th great grandfather. Thanks :)
I am looking for information on Ruby Seeley, there is a photo displayed in Campobella lighthouse, East Quoddy Lighthouse. It says that she is the daughter of George and Frances Seeley. But I can't find any information that she was their daughter. It says that she married Roger Sprague and the photo says that it is of her, her husband, and son George. I'm wondering if "Ruby" is a nickname. Father, George, was keeper of lighthouse in early 1900's. I have attached photo. Any information would be great.
I only recently, within the last year, discovered my family history on my father's side of the family. I learned, though use of, that my great-grandmother on my father's side was named Chloe Seeley. Further research has uncovered that she is descended from Robert Seelye, who came over from England in the beginning of the Puritan Migration in 1630. Glad to see that there is an organization directed to Seeley Geneology. I am a new Facebook follower!
My father's great great grandmother was Amanda Melvina Seeley. She married Samuel C. Aldridge. I believe her father was Seth Warner Seeley. They came into Kentucky some time after the Revolutionary War and lived in Hancock, Breckingridge, and Meade Counties. Can anyone help?
I'm hoping to continue my family tree. I am stuck at Mary "Polly" Seeley, born July 7 1802, in Vermont. She the furthest direct matrilineal ancestor I have found. I ran across the Seeley Genealogical Society in my search for her parents. I hope to find more information. I'm amazed at this group!
Is there any further information regarding Elizabeth Seeley St. John? Has this relationship to Robert Seeley (1602-1668) and Mary Heath Mason been disproved? Was she the sister of Captain Nathaniel Seeley (1627-1675)? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I am researching the St. John lineage.

No matter the spelling (Sealey, Seelye, Seely, Sealye, Seale, Seals, Seelee, Selee, Seela, Ciely, Cealy, etc.) SGS is committed to research, verification, dissemination, and preservation of Seeley information for the Society, its members and posterity.

SGS engages in research, study, verification, discussion, collation, publication, dissemination, and preservation of Seeley information for the Society, for its members and for posterity. For detailed information about the Society and results of our research, please visit our official homepage at MEMBERSHIP Membership is open to anyone interested in genealogy, history or biography; amateur or professional. Although the name Seeley refers to one family surname, SGS counts among its family those with surnames spelled a variety of ways such as: Seeley, Seelye, Sealy, Sealey, Seley, Selye, Seale, Seelee, Seela, Cieley, Cealy, Cilley, etc. To learn more about becoming a meember of SGS, visit our Web site at: BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP This worldwide, totally volunteer, organization is working to preserve and make available for genealogical research the family records of Seeley ancestors going back to Captain Robert Seeley who immigrated to America from England in 1630, and Obadiah Seeley who appeared in the records of Stamford, Conn. in the 1640s. We also welcome members of other Seeley lines (of all spellings). We encourage and assist in the study of family histories of other Seeley lines of all similar spellings and pronunciations and are building a central repository of Seeley family records. We currently have about 400 members. 1. Newsletter – We publish a quarterly Newsletter that contains news, obituaries, queries, pictures, and more. A Newsletter is mailed to each member each quarter. 2. Reunions - Reunions are held every two years at varying locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. The next reunion is planned for GRand Rapids, Mich. for the late summer of 2013. 3. Research - SGS hires professional genealogists to do specific research that helps clarify relationships of our ancestors. DNA research is also a tool that has been utilized to refine specific relationships. 4. Seeley Ancestor File - A computer database has been developed to store Seeley Family relationships. 5. SGS Publications – Three publications listing the first five, the sixth, and the seventh generation descendants of Robert Seeley and Obadiah Seeley are available, as are selective records for succeeding generations provided by members of the Society. These records are also available on CD (see 9 below). 6. Seelye Research Center – A Seelye Research Center is co-located with the Dr. A.B. Seelye Mansion in Abilene, Kan. This is where the SGS keeps many of its documents and archives. 7. Seeley Genealogical Society Website - A website for the Society is maintained at This site has much of the data from items four and five above as well as a historical file of Society Newsletters. 8. Queries – Queries from both members and nonmembers are researched by a Query Team under the guidance of our Query Editor. Queries and research results are published in the quarterly newsletter. 9. Compact Disk - SGS has published a Compact Disk containing the three SGS Publications mentioned in item five above, Indices of the Seeley Ancestor File in item four above, and files of available research reports. 10. Sponsored Trips - SGS organized a trip to England in September 2004 to visit sites of our ancestors and to “Robert and Obadiah’s New England” in 2007. During the reunion in 2011, a committee was appointed to study the feasability of putting together another trip to England in 2014.

Mission: -- To preserve and make available for Genealogical research the family records of the Seeley - Seely - Seelye - Ancestors. -- To encourage and assist the study of family history; to promote the exchange of knowledge: and to encourage the deposit of family records. -- To cooperate with other Societies and assist in the publication of Genealogical holdings. -- To publish all of the generations of the Seeley family beginning with Capt. Robert Seeley who immigrated to America in 1630. -- To research, record and preserve information about the ancestors and descendants of Obadiah Seely who came to New England, from England, about 1640. -- To assist in the education of Genealogical methods, standards and record keeping.

NGS 2021 Richmond Call for Proposals Now Open

The National Genealogical Society (NGS) will hold its 2021 Family History Conference, "Virginia: The Deep Roots of a Nation," in Richmond, Virginia, May 19-22, 2021. NGS is accepting proposals for the conference schedule through April 1, 2020. Perhaps a good topic to suggest might be "The Role of Family History Groups and Small Genealogical Societies in the Information Age..." To find out more, click this link... The National Genealogical Society Announces Call for Proposals for 2021 Family History Conference We have exciting news! NGS ...

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Friday Funny... this one really made me LoL!

Throwback Thursday to the 2011 SGS Reunion in Elmira/Horseheads, NY during which reunion attendees toured Fitzsimmons Cemetery where several Seeley’s are buried in Southport, NY. Descendants of Nathaniel Seeley (SGS#189 born: Oct. 1, 1732, died: Oct. 31, 1799) pose for a photo at his grave site (Generation Number Used Here Is as Assigned by the SGS Publications). What is the oldest Seeley gravesite you've visited? #throwbackthursday #tbt

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Love letters reveal Minnesota family's old secret

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Friday Funnies!
H/T to Twisted Twigs On Gnarled Branches Genealogy

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A lengthy Throwback Thursday post from the 2009 SGS Reunion in Salt Lake City...
SGS Member Terry Tietjens Gives Performance on Tabernacle Organ

Music has always been an important part of Seelye Research Center Director Terry Tietjens’ life.

“At early ages my brother and I played and sang in church,” said Tietjens.

Then in 1946, Tietjens and his twin brother Jerry accompanied their father on a trip to several western states. One of their stops was Salt Lake City, Utah.

Tietjens says the family swam in the Great Salt Lake and enjoyed the amusement park there.

However, one thing his father considered to be an important part of the trip was a visit to the Mormon Tablernacle.

“On the visit to Salt Lake City, our father wanted us to hear the Tabernacle Choir and Pipe Organ. We arrived at the big domed building just in time on Sunday morning to hear them both,” he said.

Tietjens says the sound was incredible. “As we listened I whispered to my dad, ‘look at all those gold pipes on the organ. Are they really making that beautiful sound? I hope someday I will be able to play like that.’”

In the ensuing years, Tietjens grew to develop a love of music and history that would one day combine to make that dream come true.

His love of history eventually led him to the Seelye Mansion in Abilene, Kan. which he purchased in 1982 from the daughters of the mansion’s builder Dr. A.B. Seelye.

“I have enjoyed many special times with the Seelye family. I so well remember attending the 1986 SGS reunion in Ft. Wayne with Miss Marion Seelye. What a wonderful time we had meeting many Seeley's from across the U.S. I remember everyone asking me if I was a Seelye. I would say, ‘no, just an adopted one.’”

Tietjens has attended several SGS reunions since that first time and has enjoyed them all.

“Even though Miss Marion died in 1988 and Miss Helen in 1992, I have always felt they were with me as I met their new cousins. Especially Marion as she enjoyed many hours working with Seelye family history,” said Tietjens.

During the 2009 SGS International Reunion in Salt Lake City, Tietjens finally had the opportunity of a lifetime: playing the organ in Salt Lake’s world-famous Mormon Tabernacle.

“Thanks to Kathie Olsen and others I was granted permission to play this very special organ. It is not only one of the world’s finest instruments, but the acoustics of the building itself, the Mormon Tabernacle, make it an integral part of the instrument.

“To prepare for this opportunity to play, I practiced each morning for two weeks at a local church in Abilene that had a small pipe organ,” he said.

The performance took place on Thursday, Aug. 6 lasting about fifteen minutes and consisting of five musical selections. Observing the performance were members of the Seeley Genealogical Society who were seated in the Tabernacle’s choir loft.

“Seeing and listening to Terry Tietjens play the organ at the Mormon Tabernacle during the 2009 SGS reunion was impressive and an emotional experience for me. The fact that he could play the foot pedals and all five keyboards without making a noticeable mistake was wonderful. It was the highlight of the reunion for me,” said SGS Past President Jim Seeley.

“I sat in the middle of the church because I wanted to hear the full effect of the organ. It was wonderful and Terry did a great job,” said Seelye Research Center Librarian Pam Turner. “A gentleman in front of me commented on how well he was playing for a first timer. This man had also played the organ on different occasions in his life and said that you always get nervous. It was really nice watching Terry get to accomplish a dream.”

“I felt very privileged to be able to participate in a mini Seeley takeover of the Mormon Tabernacle organ and choir loft. I was especially pleased that Terry was able to fulfill a lifelong dream and to play my little part by just being there. It was a little embarrassing to sing along -- the Mormon Tabernacle Choir members have nothing to fear -- we were pretty pathetic. However, Terry did a great job and it created a once-in-a-lifetime memory for all of us,” said SGS Chief Genealogist Linda Crocker.

Tietjens says playing the organ, the 12th largest pipe organ in the world, is the realization of a life-long dream. Among the musical selections he played was the reunion theme song “They the Builders of the Nation, Blazing Trails along the Way,” as well as the Kansas State Song "Home on the Range."

“The time we spent at the Tabernacle was one of the highlights of the SGS reunion. Sitting in the choir loft and singing was an honor. Terry did a magnificent job of playing the organ.

An experience like this only happens once in a life time, and I was glad I was there to share it with family and friends. I’ll never forget it!” said SSG Historian Ruthetta Hansen.

“It was my privilege to be seated at the console of the pipe organ,” said Tietjens. “Thanks to Richard Elliott for helping to set the pipe organ stops. As I began playing, I realized this is one of the special opportunities I will have in life, to put my hands on the keys of such a wonderful musical instrument. And to have members of the Seeley family join and sing special music with the organ. To hear those large wooden pipes sound as I played the peddles with my feet. This was an amazing experience.

“Even though I look forward to attending the Seeley reunion in 2011,” he said, “playing the pipe organ at the Mormon Tabernacle will be hard to top!”

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No matter how you spell your last name (or even what your last name is), SGS wishes you all the best for a happy, prosperous, and productive new year; may all your research be fruitful, all your brick walls torn down, and your family's story more thoroughly told!

The cost of getting genealogical records from the government could go up nearly 500%. An effort is underway to stop that

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Final Friday Funny of 2019. SGS wishes you a Happy New Year and Good Ancestor Hunting!!!

Throwback Thursday: in 2007, SGS ventured to Weathersfield, CT for its biennial reunion. In attendance were: Back Row: Carl Thorsen, Richard Seeley, Patricia Crosby-Burns, Glenn Cox, Billie Barnes, LeAnne Seely, Terry Tietjens, Dell Johnson, Montell Seely, Wes Waring, Jim Seeley, Marshall Seelye, Elden Seeley, Eugene Seelye, David Alexander, Clifford Bizek, Karl Weiler, Jerry Havnar, George Seeley
Middle Row: Anita Speer, Sue Ann Craven, Sally Seeley, Evelyn Russo, Isabel Mingolello, Chris Havnar, Pam Turner, Margaret Petersen, Ivey Harris, Camille Bell, Sibyl Page, Wilda Obey, Enid Cox, Jim Obey, Ardienne Damicis, Janet Seely, Mary Palley, Kathryn Seely, Linda Crocker, Uneta Grange, Carolyn Seeley Taylor
Seated: Richard Speer, Veronica Seeley Newell, IvaJean Wheeler, Richard Wheeler, John Seely, Ruthetta Hansen, Geneva Hobbs, Marion Hileman, Elizabeth Alexander, Laura Condi, Roberta McGhee, Carol Haddon, Kathie Olsen
First Row: Cameron Seeley Taylor, Nicholas Graham Taylor
Not Pictured: Frederick C. Hart, Jr., Bill Hosley, Anne Kuckro, Dian Little, Roeberta Shingledecker, Karen Shingledecker, Lynda Simmons, Paul Taylor, Coleen Thompson, Mark Cilley, Pauline Cilley Gamer, Ellen Gamer Wink

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Friday Funnies:

Throwback Thursday to the 2004 trip to Robert Seeley's England: The Seeley tour group in front of the Oliver Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon, England. Immigrant Robert Seeley was christened in St. John Parish, Huntingdon just three years after the birth of Oliver Cromwell. From left to right are: Carolyn Taylor, Kathie Olsen, Colleen Kossin, Thera Clark, LaVona Lewis, John Bauer, Camille Bell, Annette Earl, Debi Lundskog, Margaret Petersen, Ruthetta Hansen, Lynda Simmons, Bett Schwartzkopf, Dian Little, Roger Croshaw, Sue Ann Croshaw, Carol Cox, Jim Seeley, Ann Jorgensen, Montell Seely, Gale Jorgensen, LeAnne Seely, Kathryn Seely, (not pictured: Rick Samp). Would you be interested in another SGS trip stateside or overseas? Where would you like to go?

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After your DNA test: How to find your family tree through genealogy travel

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Family Search, owned by the LDS Church, adds same-sex couples to its database

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Friday Funny courtesy of Twisted Twigs On Gnarled Branches Genealogy

THROWBACK THURSDAY: At the 2005 SGS International Reunion in Abilene, Kansas, we were blessed to meet Joan and Jerry Weaver. Joan is the great-great-grandaughter of John V. Seeley (pictured below later in life with his wife Esther). John's adventures in search of California Gold in 1850 and 1851 were chronicled in the August 2005 SGS Newsletter. Joan brought a pin to the reunion made by John from one of the gold nuggets he found during his adventures. Family history is awesome!

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The genealogy boom has hit a roadblock. The Trump administration plans huge fee hikes for immigration records.

Uh-oh! You might want to get to work on your immigrant research sooner rather than later... The fees could rise nearly 500 percent for files documenting the arrival of millions of immigrants to the U.S. between the late 19th and mid 20th centuries

Friday Funny...

Throwback Thursday: Going back 15 years to the group photo from the 2003 SGS Reunion in Williamsburg, Virginia. Will you join SGS for its 2021 Reunion in St. Louis?

Row 1: Silvia Allred, John R. Seely, Geneva Hobbs, Marian Hileman, Lillian DeJohn, Betty Kjeldgaard, Evelyn Thresher, Dorthy Boucher, Evelyn Seelye, Dian Little, Ruthetta Hansen, Donna Seeley, Susan V. App

Row 2: Kathie Olsen, Tammy Graham, Carolyn Seeley Taylor, James R. Seeley, Sally Seeley, Ivey Harris, Klare M. Van Dusen, Melvin E. Seeley, Arthur Wade, Marshall Seelye, Frances Ellis, George Ellis, Ann Hall, Liz Alexander, Chris Havnar, Veronica Newell, Amy Manina

Row 3: Don Brill, Tom Seeley, Terry Tietjens, Garry M. Adam, Donald Harris, Robert S. Van Dusen, Lucinda Tomko, Bertrand Van’t Hooft, William Thresher, Eugene Seelye, George Seeley, Wesley Waring, Jeffry Allred, Ray Hall, Dave Alexander, Bill Hileman, Leon App, John Manina

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Welcome to the Seeley Genealogical Society (SGS) Facebook fan page. This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion about the Society and genealogical research. This page is administered by the following, and they will indicate their contributions to the community as follows: KMO -- Katherine M. Olsen, SGS President WPT -- Paul Taylor, SGS 1st Vice President & Publications Editor MS -- Marshall Seelye, SGS 2nd Vice President MFP -- Mary Palley, SGS Secretary SS -- Sally Seeley, SGS Treasurer LLC -- Linda L Crocker, SGS Chief Genealogist, Query Editor & SGS Ancestor File Co-Chair TT -- Terry Tietjens, SGS Director, Seelye Research Center Director WW -- Wesley Waring, SGS Director RSH -- Ruthetta Seelye Hansen, SGS Director & Historian JRS -- James R. Seeley, SGS Director (Past President) & Interim DNA Lineage Project Manager LS -- Lynda Simmons, SGS Membership Chair MP -- Margaret Petersen, SGS Assistant Membership Chair CH -- Chris Havnar, Assistant Genealogist – Robert/Nathaniel, Webmaster & SGS Ancestor File Co-Chair DL -- Dian Little, SGS Assistant Genealogist – Obadiah PDT -- Pamela D. Turner, Seelye Research Center Librarian While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments and wall posts clean. In addition to keeping it family friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed: -- The SGS Facebook fan page is a publicly accessible forum intended to serve people who have an interest in SGS and genealogy. We understand this is a publicly accessible forum, but it is our intent that the conversation here remain focused on SGS and genealogy. So while we appreciate your expressions of support, we will remove posts that do not remain focused on SGS and genealogy. -- Similarly we do not allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. -- We do not allow solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. -- We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity. -- Apparent spam will be removed and may cause the author(s) to be blocked from the page without notice. -- You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. -- Pre-decisional, proprietary or business-sensitive information should never be discussed here. Don't post personnel lists, rosters, organization charts or directories. This is a violation of privacy. The appearance of external links on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of SGS. You are encouraged to quote, republish or share any content on this page on your own blog, Web site or other communication/publication. If you do so, please credit the organization or the person who authored the content as a courtesy (photo or article byline can be "Seeley Genealogical Society," "SGS," or "Joe Smith, Seeley Genealogical Society" for example). Thank you for your interest in and support of the Seeley Genealogical Society. Seeley Genealogical Society -- Family, History, Research
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