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Elijah SEAVY
Sarah P. SLAN
Husband:  Elijah SEAVY
Birth:  1787/8, NH
Marriage probably:  31 Jan 1839, NH
Wife:  Sarah P. SLAN [may not be her maiden name]
Birth:  1805/6, NH
Children born in NH:
1.  Hannah SEAVY, b. 1839/40
2.  Joseph S. SEAVY, b. 1841/2


Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: International Genealogical Index (IGI).
Elijah SEAVY
Spouse: Sally P. SLAN
Marriage: 31 Jan 1839, Marriage Index, Misc, New Hampshire
Source: Index to marriages, early to 1900. New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.
Elijah was age 50/51 and Sally was age 33/34 in 1839, so it could have been a second marriage for both of them.  The fact that Sally was given middle initial "P." at a time when most records didn't include middle initials may mean that Sally's maiden name began with a "P." Or, this record may not apply to our subjects; however, the birth of Hannah in 1839/40, with no earlier children, strongly suggests that it does.

2.  1850 Census Index/Microfilm (online at GenealogyLibrary.com):  Portsmouth City, Rockingham Co., NH, p. 110B, 1281/1737, enumerated 30 Sep 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Elijah Seavy 62 m Farmer 200 New Hamps
Sarah    " 44 f         "
Hannah   " 10 f         "
Joseph S "  8 m         "
George W Sias 19 m Sailor       "

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