James E. Seaver





James E. Seaver


Born
in The United States
October 15, 1787

Died
January 25, 1827

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Dr. James Everett Seaver was the son of Capt. William Sever (1763-1828) and Mary Everett (1765-1815). He lives all his life in the area forming the modern state of New York, living in Hebron & Darien.

He earned a diploma issued by the state of Vermont medical society. A minister, he also practised medicine until his death in 1827.

Dr. Everett is famous for authoring "A Narrative Of The Life Of Mrs. Mary Jemison"- who, at 12, was kidnapped, and adopted by Indians.

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“Time, the destroyer of every affection, wore away my unpleasant feelings, and I became as contented as before. We”
James E. Seaver, A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison