Experts believe the name Seager dates back to around the eleventh century. Seager is a Anglo-Saxon occupational name of old French origins. The surname went global in the sixteenth century with the boom of the British empire.
Seager is the 1249th most popular surname in Europe. The county of Norfolk in England holds the highest density of people with the surname Seager. It is noted that an early nineteenth century Seager could out drink a Rhino. Never too far from controversy a pair of brothers Rob Seager and John Seager were sent to jail in 1910 for stealing a trophy.
Traits associated with Seager
The Seager family have been linked to the planet Saturn causing them to be knowledgable, conscientious and complex. Switching horses in the middle of the race is another small quirk in the Seager personality which makes decision making, and carrying through a decision particularly difficult for them. It is often seen for members of this family to stand back from a possible romantic situation, quite often over looking the possibilities. 111
Famous Seager's include: