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Seaborne Family Origin

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Seaborne Family Occupations

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  • Farm Laborer

    50%
  • Farmer

    50%

In 1881, the most common Seaborne occupation in Canada was Farm Laborer. 50% of Seaborne's were Farm Laborers. Farm Laborer and Farmer were the top 2 reported jobs worked by Seaborne.

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Seaborne Historical Records

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Seaborne Life Expectancy

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