Les, I don't have much info. on that Sebastian. Are you familiar with a book called something like "At Rest in These Hills", compiled by the Bradys Bend Historical Society? There is a Sebastian Seybert listed in that book that is not buried in Seybert Cemetery. I recall his dates as 1800-1866, which puts him in the exact timeframe to be Henry I's son. I believe he is in the Rumbaugh Cemetery, but I could be wrong. I do not have ready access to that book, but will try to get you more information. Give me a week or so.
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