Seabrook

28.2.1809 Seabrook calls (not seen) / 2.3.1809 Seabrook calls / 22.3.1810 call on Seabrook / 26.3.1810 Seabrook calls / 30.3.1810 again / 1.4.1810 again / 8.4.1810 again / 21.12.1810 Wardmote St Brides; adv. (Seabrook, Waithman) / 4.10.1811 Seabrook calls / 31.10.1811 call on Seabrook (not seen) / 1.11.1811 Seabrook calls
Holdens directory 1805 James Seabrook, linen draper 26 Duke-st Smithfield / Isaac Seabrook, carpenter & builder, Hosier-lane Smithfield (and 1811 at 18 Skinner-st) / John Seabrook painter & glazier 116 Gt Saffron-hill / Wm. Seabrook butcher 30 Duke-st Smithfield (and 1811). These four lived close to Godwin at Skinner-st and were likely part of St Bride's ward. Isaac Seabrook was later the contractor for building St Pancras church 1818-1822. He had the lease of nos. 18 & 21 Skinner-st, which like Godwin's at 41, were prizes in a lottery (Public Ledger 16.11.1807). Robert Waithman DNB 1764-1833, William Rolfe (qv) and Samuel Miller (qv) were all involved with Isaac Seabrook in this City Lottery (Morning Post 27.2.1813). Isaac Seabrook died in 1858, presumably a wealthy man, at least his daughters all married Revs and Esqs.