Samuel, 1729–96, American clergyman: first bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
Samuel, 1873–1958, U.S. jurist (great-great-grandson of Samuel Seabury).
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How to use Seabury in a sentence
It was just one of the services that Seabury provided to students at Hogan Preparatory Academy, a public charter in Kansas City, Mo.
Seabury, 63, who has been a social worker at Hogan for nine years, knows what the students are going through.
After he recovered, as schools shut down, Seabury began knocking on doors to find students and connect them to the technology to join remote classes.
I wish to gracious goodness that Thornton J. Seabury would make better use of his time!
"It will be funny to see Thornton learning useful things," exclaimed Mrs. Seabury.
The Captain was laid in his bunk, and Mrs. Seabury forgot her fears in her anxiety to do something for him.
Thornton and his father went on deck, leaving Mrs. Seabury to attend to the Captain, who was awake and in much pain.
I had considerable fun with Cap'n Jonadab over his not landing a rich husband for the Seabury girl.Cape Cod Stories | Joseph C. Lincoln