From the Anderson (S. C.) Intelligencer, 1/20/1887, p. 1, c. 6
Death of Dr. E. M. Seabrook.
RICHMOND, January 3. – Dr. E. M. Seabrook, a native of Charleston, S. C., and for four years during the war in charge o the South Carolina division of the Chimborazo Hospital here, died in this city yesterday. Dr. Seabrook came to Richmond shortly after the breaking out of the war and was assigned the position named. As a surgeon in that famous hospital Dr. Seabrook was known to thousands of old Confederates. He was a skillful physician. At the close of the war the deceased decided to remain in this city of his adoption. At one time Dr. Seabrook was connected with the Roper Hospital in Charleston. At his request his remains will be buried in Oakwood Cemetery here among the ten thousand graves of Confederate soldiers who sleep the last sleep in that city of the dead. Dr. Seabrook was about 56 years of age.