Seamarks Bros 1900’s
“Stagsden Family Members”
Relationship of Founders to Frederick George Seamarks, Third Cousins
Brothers and Sisters of Founding Company
Leonard Seamarks , Horace Seamarks , Harry Seamarks , Arthur CS Seamarks 
Hilda Seamark  Edith Seamark  Ada Seamark 1900 Mabel Seamark  Gladys Seamark 
Missing based on the Funeral Note below – George [Guess George Herbert Seamarks ] and Stan Seamarks and one sister.
Alfred left school and joined his father and older brother Len in their transport business, Higham Ferrers.
Brother Harry [1905-1956] joined later
Sold to United Counties business moved to Rushden
Alfred and Harry bought a Westoning company and moved 10th April 1937
1940 bought Cosy Coaches Luton
Current Chairman and Daughter of founder Eileen Kinross [in 1999]
Death of Harry Seamarks - Posted 1956 Beds Standard
Harry Seamarks - 12 Flitwick Rd, Westoning, Beds - Joint Director of Seamarks Bros Ltd - Born Higham Ferrers, Northants - Died aged 51 [thus born circa 1905] - Started Coach Company 1925 Rushden - Committee member of Westoning Conservative Branch - Moved to Westoning 1937 - Survived by 1 Daughter.
Family Mourners were;
Mr and Mrs May (son-in-law and daughter)
Mr and Mrs A Seamarks, Mr and Mrs Len Seamarks, Mr and Mrs George Seamarks, Mr Stan Seamarks and Mr Reg Seamarks (brothers and Sister in laws);
Mr and Mrs A Warren, Mr and Mrs S Hackney, Mr and Mrs E Lewis, Mr and Mrs G Freeman, Mr and Mrs C Underwood and Mr L Webb (brothers-in-law and Sisters);
Misses E and Misses J Seamarks (nieces)
Miss Daphne Charlesworth (friend)
also attended a number of local businesses.
Seamarks Bros start proceedings against Beds Council regarding School fares. Rolf Muller wanted to increase the rates. Rolf was described as a “new broom” within the Company.
Rolf Muller married one of Alfred Seamarks’ daughters and in effect ran the Luton Operation circa 1960’s-1980’s
Founded by Herbert Seamark and his Nephew Ralph Leonard in c1919
Registered offices 52 High St Higham Ferrers, other members of the family lived in adjacent cottages.
Additional Family joined the staff as conductors at weekends [early days]
Coach Garage opened in Nene Rd, HF , sold in 1951
Westoning Co purchased in 1937 was called Westoning and District
From the London Gazette
Publication Date: Wednesday, 1 March 2000
Notice Code: 2441
SEAMARKS COACH & TRAVEL LIMITED
At an Extraordinary General Meeting of
the above-named Company, duly convened, and held at The Forte Posthouse, 500
Saxongate West, Central Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, on 9th February 2000, the
following Resolutions were passed, as a Special Resolution and as an
Extraordinary Resolution respectively:
“That the Company be wound up voluntarily and that Graham Paul Bushby and Colin Michael Haig, of Baker Tilly, 2nd Floor, Exchange House, 482 Midsummer Boulevard, Central Milton Keynes MK9 2EA, be and are hereby appointed Joint and Several Liquidators for the purpose of such winding-up, and that the Joint and Several Liquidators, be and are hereby authorised under the provisions of section 165 of the Insolvency Act 1986, to exercise the powers laid down in Schedule 4, Part 1 of the said Act, and that it has been proved to the satisfaction of this Meeting that the Company cannot, by reason of its liabilities, continue its business, and that it is advisable to wind up the same, and accordingly that the Company be wound voluntarily.”
E. M. Kinross, Chairman