1858-1950
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December 30, 1858, Syracuse, New York.

April 13, 1950, Sonoma, California.

Mountain Cemetery, Sonoma, California.

Seeley lived for a while in Avoca, New York, where he belonged to the Pentecostal Assembly. In 1907, he went to St. Louis, Missouri, from the Azusa Street Mission in Los Angeles, California, and helped found an Apostolic Faith work there. By 1932, he was pastor of Adullum Assembly in Rochester, New York, but resigned that post in 1933. In 1944, he went to California to live with his daughter, staying there the rest of his life. His works include:

  1. Glory to God in the Highest
  2. Missionary Farewell
  3. Pass Me Not By
  4. Refuge
  1. Annapolis
  2. Dying to Self
  3. Looking unto Jesus
  4. New Doxology
  5. His Jewels
  6. Latter Rain, The
  7. Overcomer’s City, The
  8. Pentecost Banner, The
  9. Pentecostal Battle Song
  10. Settled Long Ago
  11. Tarry
  12. Under His Wings
  13. Worship of the Spirit