MARRIAGES = Contributed by Sally MILLS email@example.com
George W SELLER./ NANCY A. BRADFORD 12-10-1844. (where 1850?msh)ck Jasper Co., Ms
HIRAM SELLERS/POLLY HARRIS/MAR 30, 1827 (where 1830?)(ck Troup Co, GA)
(also a Hiram Sellers born ca 1796 Ga in Harris Co, Ga 1870)
HARRISON SELLERS/NANNIE UNDERWOOD/DEC 6,1885
JAMES J. SELLERS/F.M.REESE/OCT 13,1878
MARTHA SELLERS/JOHN W. GOLBREATH/JAN 10,1878
PAULINE SELLERS/B.S.WHITE/JAN 24,1904
REV WAR records of DUPLIN/SAMPSON CO, NC
JAMES W. VANN 1783-1857 Springville, Al, son of Rev War Wm Vann came from DUPLIN/SAMPSON CO, NC,
WHERE in 1850?
1820 ST CLAIR CENSUS INDEX =
From TOM SELLARS
Tom Sellars [firstname.lastname@example.org]
1820 census of St. Clair County Alabama is Margaret Sellars.
Margaret is the sister-in-law of David Sellars. Margaret is believed to
be the first wife of Young Sellars of Jackson County Alabama. Margaret
(Peggy) Sellars married Archaleus Walker June 24, 1820 in St. Clair
County Alabama. Margaret's maiden name was Green. She was the daughter
of Burwell Green and Phoebe Caddel of St. Clair County Alabama.
1830 STCLAIR CO, AL CENSUS =
DAVID SLLERS, PAGE 225
1840 STCLAIR CO, AL CENSUS =
1850 ST CLAIR CO, AL CENSUS =
CHECK other Counties Made from St Clair =Or laying next to=
1860 ST CLAIR CO, AL
1870 ST CLAIR CO, AL
1880 ST CLAIR CO, AL (ck 1850 Coosa Co, Al,
from Joseph C. CLEMENTS
St Clair County, Alabama, Beat 3, Springville.
Name age State
Born Father Born Mother Born
Coburn SELLERS 37
GA GA GA
ALA VA ALA
Lizza 7 ALA
Eulalia 5 ALA
Johb 3 ALA
Seaburn, Jr (?) 1 ALA
"Tom Sellars" <email@example.com>
I took your advice and requested pension information on David Sellars of
Clair Co. Alabama for the Indian Wars. I received from the archives a
Pension application filed
by Perry B. Sellars agent for the minor heirs of David Sellars, deceased.
The application was filed in St. Clair Co. Ala on July 19,1852 but Perry
Sellars states he is of Dallas Co. Alabama. I hope that this might help
Kings of St. Clair County Lookups
Wed, 30 Dec 1998 23:12:31 EST
In the book that I have acquired about the family and
King of St. Clair County the following surnames are listed. There are
amounts of information on individuals and most spans from around
will be glad to continue with lookups for anyone wanting information.
KING, SIMS, LAWLEY,STEPHENS,COKER, PEARSON, BROOKS, LIGHT,
JOLLY, STURKIE,MASSEY, DISPAIN, DUNAHOO, RODDAM, HAMMOCK, SELLERS, POWELL,
FARLEY, MARTIN, HICKS, DAY, CLAYTON,MONEY, KIDD, PATE, LASTER, PIERCE, PARKS,
COLVIN, SOUDER, BOYD, CHANDLER, SIMMONS, POSEY, PATTON.
< Subj: Re: [ALABAMA-L] Kings of St. Clair County Lookups
Date: 99-01-01 15:47:22 EST
Lela King was the daughter of Marion Price King and Fanny Youngman
way she was a sister to my ggrandmother). Marion Price King was born in
Lela married Price Sellers the son of Harrison Sellers an Argo farmer.
farmed a few years after they married and then worked at the alms Home in
Woodlawn. He became a barber in Birmingham. He owns a home in West end.
attended the Beverly Methodist Church. Children are Teddie, Jack,
Martha, and Mary. If you believe that these are your Sellers I will send
that is available about them if you will let me know. Hope this helps >>
Lela Seller stating her age as 65 at the time of the 1955
Re: [ALABAMA-L] Kings of St. Clair County Lookups
Fri, 1 Jan 1999 17:56:17 EST
Thanks ever so much for this Sellers information. I will have to check my
records and see if I am related. Just might be related because some of
our Sellers lived in the Birmingham Area.
I just try to get all the Sellers information that I can collect then send
it to the Sellers Web site. > http://ww.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/
You might want to e-mail Marie Sellers Hollinger > firstname.lastname@example.org <.
She could probably tell you how you are related to the Sellers.
Thanks ever so much for your time and for sharing your information.
PAT - researching ALL SELLERS for ALL SELLERS - YES, we need if you can
send to us -
This HARRISON SELLERS could be connected to our 1910 JEFFERSON CO,AL
CENSUS = wife Nannie, son Price
NOT sure where in 1900?
My Soundex is only SELLERS, so does Not show KINGS this late. Thanks,
I am not related to anyone other than the Youngmans and Mcgills in
The Youngmans married into the King family and that is the way the book
fell into my hands. >> USER116712@aol.com
Bill Allen <email@example.com>
Champ LANGFORD Sr. married Elizabeth REED. Their children were:
Malinda, Nancy Avaline, Mary Caroline, Sally Elizabeth, Terressa,
Elizabeth Jane and Champ Jr.
Malinda LANGFORD married Joseph Henry MEANS. Robert MEANS Jr. and
Isabella FIELDS were the parents of Joseph Henry MEANS.
Nancy Avaline LANGFORD married Thomas Jefferson BRADFORD. Her 2nd
marriage was to George W. SELLERS. Henry BRADFORD and Nancy HUNT were
the parents of Thomas Jefferson BRADFORD.
Robert REED was the father of James, George and Elizabeth. Elizabeth
REED married Champion LANGFORD.
Champ LANGFORD Jr. married Elizabeth HAGOOD. Their children were:
Terressa Isadorah, Louisinda Jane, Rufus Madison, William Felix, America
Ananette "Nettie" and Mary "Mamie."
John GILES was married to Elizabeth PETTUS [Pittes]. Their children
were: Elizabeth Jane "Liza," James A. "Jim," Jacob, John R. Stephen W.,
Calvin T., Richard Lavert, Nathaniel Thomas, Mary F., Sarah Winifred
"Winnie" and Camilla Pernecy. Nathaniel Thomas GILES married Nettie
Surnames: ALLGOOD, BYNUM, CLEMENTS, CORNELIUS, HERRON, MURPHREE, SELLERS
The book, "NORTHEAST ALABAMA FAMILIES" list some Sellers from
Sellers (born Brunswick District, NC) married Mary Allred, their four
children, and on down to the Sellers settling in and around Blount/St. Clair
Counties, Alabama. The book also includes sections on the related family's
Allgood, Bynum, Clements, Cornelius, Herron, and Murphree. Here is the wed
site where the entire index is listed.. <http://www.clements1.com> You can
check to see if your name or relative is listed amoung the 32,000+ names in