Maps of Seagroatt Locations

The two maps below are from the 1881 census Surname Atlas CD, and show actual numbers in each Registration District.

Seagro(a)tt & Segrott. Segrott was clustered in the Newmarket area (Brinkley & Ousden) and also in Lambeth. No Seagroatts were living in Norfolk, they had all migrated to the Poplar area of London.

Distribution of Secret(t). Note clusters around Lowestoft in Norfolk, Colchester in Essex and the Barnet area of N London.

The Seagro(a)tts who lived around Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds

Early Occurrences:
1582 Grantham, Lincs: Willm SEGREETE s/o John bapt.
1612 Icklingham: Christian SEAGROTE m. Anthony GOSNOLD (cousin of Bartholomew Gosnold, pioneer)
1631 Norwich St Stephen: Jane SEAGOTT m. Adam BROWN
1643-47 Bury St Edmunds: children born to Roger SEGRODT/SECRET, Gentleman, including a Gosnold SEGRODT who moved to London ca1675.
1640 to 1800 SEGRED & SAGROTT at Thetford, Norfolk.
1675 Roger Segrodt, Gentleman of Cowlinge
1675 Gt Yarmouth: Clara SEGRETT m. John BUGDEN
1688 Ousden: Arnold SEGROTT m. Grace TURNER
1688-1851 Segrotts at Ousden, Ag labs or Shoemakers.
1725-30 The Saxhams
1755 Dalham: John SEAGROT m. Ann LAST
1818-1901: Brinkley, Cambs.

In the 1901 & 1911 census, Annie Seagroatt & her family were living at 2 Beaconsfield Terrace on Archway Road, Highgate, where she ran a Laundry business. On the map below, it is just north of Baker's Lane.

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