Seamer is a village and civil parish in the Scarborough district of North Yorkshire, England.
The first inhabitants of the parish were people of the Mesolithic Age about ten thousand years ago whose settlement at Star Carr was discovered in 1947. Next came the Bronze Age people, to be followed by the Romans who lived nearby.
These in turn were succeeded by the Anglo Saxons. From Seamer Moor there would have been a good view of both Lake Pickering and the North Sea which would have given rise to the village name – SEA-MER(E). It was during this time that Seamer probably took shape as a village.
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