Seaborn A. Roddenbery (January 12, 1870-September 25, 1913) was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the state of Georgia. He was elected to the 61st Congress to replace the deceased James M. Griggs, and re-elected to the 62nd and 63rd Congresses before dying in office.
He is primarily notable for having proposed, in 1910, a Constitutional Amendment which would have outlawed "miscegenation". The Amendment did not pass.
Roddenbery was returned to historical prominence in 2004, in response to the Defense of Marriage Act.
Preceded by: James M. Griggs U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd Congressional District 1903-1913 Succeeded by: Frank Park