Book Launch: The Seymours of Dunsborough

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Dunsborough Library

Dunsborough Lakes Drive

Dunsborough, WA 6281

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An in-depth and exciting look into the past of Dunsborough’s founding family: The Seymours.

Dr Errol Seymour, author and great grandson of the first pioneer of Dunsborough, William Frederick Seymour, has published a comprehensive and exciting book on his family history; The Boy Who Told Stories: The Seymours of Dunsborough.

For well over 100 years, the Seymours were recognised as the leading family of Dunsborough, their farms entirely encompassing the present Dunsborough shopping and business precinct.
“Scandals, secrets, tragedies and heroes: The Boy Who Told Stories: The Seymours of Dunsborough by Errol Seymour, whose ancestors were early settlers of Dunsborough.
Mr Seymour spent many years researching his family’s history…He discovered family cover ups, a murder allegation, and wonderful heroes who were early pioneers of Dunsborough.”
– Busselton-Dunsborough Mail, July 2019

The event is free that includes morning tea. Copies of the book will be available to buy on the day. RSVP is essential via Eventbrite.

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Dr Errol Seymour, author and great grandson of the first pioneer of Dunsborough, William Frederick Seymour, has published a comprehensive and exciting book on his family history; The Boy Who Told Stories: The Seymours of Dunsborough .

For well over 100 years, the Seymours were recognised as the leading family of Dunsborough, their farms entirely encompassing the present Dunsborough shopping and business precinct.

“Scandals, secrets, tragedies and heroes: The Boy Who Told Stories: The Seymours of Dunsborough by Errol Seymour, whose ancestors were early settlers of Dunsborough. Mr Seymour spent many years researching his family's history... He discovered family cover ups, a murder allegation, and wonderful heroes who were early pioneers of Dunsborough.” - Busselton-Dunsborough Mail, July 2019

The event is free that includes morning tea. Copies of the book will be available to buy on the day. RSVP is essential via Eventbrite.

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Dunsborough Library

Dunsborough Lakes Drive

Dunsborough, WA 6281

Australia

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