Ella Mae (Seeley) Degnan Pedigree
(Start at generation 2, below.)
Last Change: 9 December 2014
Special thanks to Sandra Alice (Degnan) Seaman (Para. 4.C.1.k.(2.(a.(1)(a) of the Alexander Patterson Biles page) for her extensive research and documentation, which was used in compiling the information in this annex:
Origin of the surname “Seeley:”
3 Charles Seeley
1. Biographical notes:
Born about 1865 in New York State. Was employed as a teamster. Died at Binghamton, Broome County, New York.
1900 US Census: Charles Seeley, age 35 (b. 1865 in NY) and employed as a teamster, was heading a household on Flynn Avenue in Binghamton, Broome County, New York. The household also included his wife of 9 years, Rose Seeley, age 26 (b. 1874 in PA); son, Frederick Seeley, age 6 (b. Feb 1894); daughter, Ella M. Seeley, age 1 (b. Aug 1899 in PA); and sister-in-law, Bertha Wayman, age 14 (b. Jun 1886 in NY).
2. Wife: Rose Wayman
Born about 1874 in Pennsylvania. Died at Binghamton, Broome County, New York. Married (1st) Charles Seeley about 1891. Married (2nd) Matthew “Matt” Rood (b. 1873).
Rose had a sister: Bertha Wayman, who was born about 1886 in New York State.
a. Frederick Seeley: Born February 1894.
b. Ella Mae Seeley: See generation 2, below.
c. Blanche Seeley: Born about 1902 in New York State.
d. Charles Seeley, Jr.: Born 1905 in New York State.
2 Ella Mae Seeley:
Born 22 August 1898/9. Died 23 December 1970 at Binghamton, Broome County, New York; interred Holy Cross Cemetery, Lackawana Annunciation Church. Married Thomas William Degnan, generation 2 of the Degnan Annex.
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