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- Seymour, Jane 1509?-1537. Queen of England (1536-1537) as the third wife of Henry VIII. She died after giving birth to Henry's heir, Edward VI.
- n. Queen of England as the third wife of Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI (1509-1537)
- Norman surname from a place in Normandy, Old French Saint-Maur, "Saint Maurus". (Wiktionary)
“N. Doanne Turner Feb. 20, 1952 - April 17, 2010 SEYMOUR - N. Doanne "Doe" Turner, age 58, of Seymour, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Saturday at 5: 52 ...”
“SEYMOUR - Mitchell showed its powers of perseverance, and its power with the bats to stage a remarkable rally and beat Seymour, 15-14, in a high school softball slugfest Mond ...”
“Their O-line can't control a thing, and their defense sans Meyo and Seymour is full of holes that Ryan, Turner, and Gonzalez, and White (man, how many more weapons can one team have??) will exploit with relative ease.”
“Their move to bring in defensive end Richard Seymour from the Patriots, which was questioned at the time, has reinvigorated its line and provided leadership.”
“I still have a lot of friends and family in Seymour, and most of them are pretty excited about Mr. Young.”
“I think Seymour is very talented also – but, if both teams are healthy then the Pats get spanked in Indy.”
“Wrecked on the "Carthagina," in Seymour Narrows, -- twenty survivors out of three hundred.”
“Travis Dove for The Wall Street Journal People wore 3-D glasses to get the effect of paintings in "Seymour's House of Dreams," a haunted 3-D adventure.”
“Julie Keller was born in Seymour, Ind., and raised in East Chicago, Ind. Her mother was a music teacher and pianist.”
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