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1 Town (1990 pop. 14,288), New Haven co., SW Conn., on the Naugatuck River; settled c.1678, inc. 1850. The town's manufacturing industries decline since the mid-1900s, but cable and wire, electronic components and hardware, car racks, and concrete are produced. 2 City (1990 pop. 15,576), Jackson co., SE Ind.; inc. 1864. A shipping center for a farm area, it is also a manufacturing city.
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Seymour

Jane. ?1509--37, third wife of Henry VIII of England; mother of Edward VI
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Seaman Thomas Seymour, 57, married his cousin, Mary, in 1904, with some suggesting that it was down to an inheritance she had received.
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William White Collins Seymour came to Middlesbrough in the 1860s and published a number of tracts criticising members of Middlesbrough Council, as well as serving on the council himself in 1874.
Shortly after his term of office concluded in New York, Seymour moved in April 1882 to Marquette, Michigan, where he was hired to serve as local agent for the Michigan Land & Iron Company.
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AN organisation that knows no limits, Seymour Civil Engineering was delighted to celebrate its wins and achievements at the 2018 Constructing Excellence Awards.