SEAFORD HUNDRED SC 6
Town laid out, 1799. Then called "Hooper's Landing." First incorporated 1865.
Seaford Academy located here from 1819 until some time before Civil War. Rev. Leonidas
Polk, later Episcopal Bishop and Major General in Confederate Army was student at
Academy. Home of William H. Ross, thirty-seventh Governor of Delaware.
West of Seaford. Intersection of North Street Extended and Rt. 13A.
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