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Bryan County, Oklahoma

Highland Park Cemetery
Durant, Oklahoma

Lillian (McIntosh) Seaborn


Submitted by: Becky Rodgers


Seaborn, Lillian McIntosh, Was born and grew up in Durant, Oklahoma, a town which in her heart she never really left. She was the daughter of Oklahoma State Senator and State Banking Attorney, James Thomas McIntosh who maintained a law office in Durant from 1903 until his death in 1927, and Lillian Brigham McIntosh, a resident of Durant until her death in 1966.

Lillian Seaborn attended Southeastern State College in Durant and married the love of her life, J. L. Seaborn of Chandler, Oklahoma, at the First Methodist Church in Durant on August 17, 1946. J. L. and Lillian lived in Chandler from 1946 until 1961 when they moved to Dallas, Texas, but Lillian retained personal and business interests in Durant all of her life.

Lillian is preceded in death by her husband, J. L. and her brother, J. T. McIntosh, II.

She is survived by her daughter Katherine Seaborn Sterling and Jay McIntosh Seaborn, her grandsons, Jay Kelsey Sterling and James William Seaborn, and great-grandson, Grayson Ryan Seaborn, and many, many friends.

Lillian will be interred at Highland Cemetery, Durant. 

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