Elias P. Seeley was named to serve as governor after Samuel L. Southard stepped down from office to take a seat in the United States Senate. Seeley represented Cumberland County in the New Jersey Legislative Council from 1829 through 1833.
Seeley died on August 23, 1846, and was interred in Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Bridgeton, New Jersey.
Named after Elias Petty, the brother of his grandmother, Naomi Seeley. She was the daughter of Israel and Naomi Petty of Fairfield, Cumberland, NJ.
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