CAROL'S PAGE
From:
           CGreen3142@aol.com

I am seeking information on the Sellers family from around McKenzie, AL.  The
earliest I have is Daniel B. Sellers who married Mary Margaret Parker.
 Daniel served iin the Confederate States Army.  Anyone have any further info
on this line?

Carol


Carol- Thanks for sharing-

DANIEL B. SELLERS civil war file should show WHERE born- can you share
with us?  Very important- Thanks-
 

1850 Butler Co, Al=CENSUS =
213/213 Dareen SELLERS 56 m farmer 360 NC (DUNUN ON INDEX)
Elizabeth       50 f
Julia   17 f AL
Daniel  14 m
Alexander       12 m
Nancy   7 f
John H. SMITH   22 m merchant
Stephen H. SLOCUM 30 m merchant

187/187 Arthur PARKER 39 m farmer 250 GA
Mary    38 f NC
James   19 m farmer AL
Margaret        17 f
Thomas  15 m farmer
Sarah   13 f
Eliza   10 f
John    7 m
Blake   5 m
Mary    3 f
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IF you have any children names, ages, married whom or went where/ADVISE-
sounds good-
marie, iowa


Thanks, this all helps others and yourself!
did I include the full 1880 census on Butler Co, Al?
1880 BUTLER CO =

D.B. SELLERS 45 AL
MARGARET 42 AL
JOHN D. 20 AL
WM A 18 AL
JAMES L. 14 AL
FLORENCE 13 AL
SAMUEL T. 9 AL
SARAH C. 7 AL
DANIEL B. 4 AL
GABRIEL 2 AL
ELIZABETH A. 80 NC, MOTHER
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I believe this is the same family on 1850 Butler Co, Al census=
shows Dunun(Dareen) should be Duncum Sellers and wife Elizabeth  and
children, including Daniel - probably yours-

You should probably order civil war file - sometimes info and sometimes
not!- but, usually place of birth-
APPEARS this family came from SC -, have a little more, not posted on
our web page -
I'll try and get back soon - I am NOT fast-
If you know where any of the children went - we might find new links
also- marie, iowa



From: CGreen3142@aol.com To: mari@netins.net

Marie,

Thanks for the census information. All I had on Daniel B. Sellers was taken from his tombstone in McKenzie, Alabama. It did not give his birthdate but gave: died April 26, 1918 then gives the date August 10, 1862 Pvt. Co. B 17 Regmt Alabama Infantry.

I have no children other than what your census information showed.

John D. Sellers, who was his son, was my husband's grandfather. I think he had been married more than once but my husband's grandmother was Harriet Victoria Steward born October 29, 1862 and died September 20, 1911. (This came from a tombstone also. I have names of several of their children. My husband's mother was Era Victoria Sellers married to Hiram Thomas Green.

Is this the line you are researching? Do you have any other info to share? We are just beginning on this project but I have made contact with someone else who is working on this line.

Hope to hear more from you. 


        CGreen3142@aol.com
    This is great to make a connection.  Sellers is my husband's mother's
family.
His mother was Era Sellers Green, daughter of  John Duncan Sellers and
Harriet
Steward (or Stewart).  I have not done a lot of research on this family
because so much information has been passed on to me but, of course, I have
not verified the information.  It's on my "to do" list.  I am interested in
the books you mentioned.  I'd love to get copies.  Do you have the titles
and
publishers and maybe I could put out a search for them.  I'd be more than
happy to mail you printed copies of all the information I have.  I'd love
any
information you have also.  It would be great fun to work on this together.

My address is:

Carol Green
3494 Camino Tassajara  #237
Danville, CA 94506 



CAROL - Thanks for reminding = CAROL'S PAGE=
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/carol.htm

Did you order Civil War on JESSE SELLERS - much on line now - Or Order
direct -
And Send us info - Thanks for sharing, marie, iowa



From:
        CGreen3142@aol.com

Descendants of John D. Sellers
 

Generation No. 1

1.  JOHN D.3 SELLERS  (DANIEL B.2, DANIEL B.1) was born April 02, 1860,
and died June 22, 1950.  He married HARRIET VICTORIA STEWARD, daughter
of STEWARD and BENNETT.

Children of JOHN SELLERS and HARRIET STEWARD are:
 i. IDA4 SELLERS.
2. ii. KELLY SELLERS.
 iii. WILLIAM SELLERS, m. EUNICE.
 iv. OSGOOD SELLERS, b. September 15, 1882; d. March 19631.
3. v. HERMAN SELLERS, b. June 04, 1891; d. March 1962.
 vi. BERTHA SELLERS, b. July 17, 1893; d. April 1974, Birmingham,
Alabama.
4. vii. ERA VICTORIA SELLERS, b. November 05, 1895, McKenzie, Alabama;
d. April 1981, Independence, Mo..
 viii. JOSEPH SELLERS, b. July 16, 1900; d. September 1986, Fort Scott,
Kansas2.
 ix. COMER SELLERS, b. November 14, 1904; d. April 17, 1988, Joplin,
Missouri.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  KELLY4 SELLERS (JOHN D.3, DANIEL B.2, DANIEL B.1).

Child of KELLY SELLERS is:
 i. MYRTLE5 SELLERS, m. BERRY.

3.  HERMAN4 SELLERS (JOHN D.3, DANIEL B.2, DANIEL B.1) was born June 04,
1891, and died March 19623.  He married ROSE.

Child of HERMAN SELLERS and ROSE is:
5. i. HARRY5 SELLERS.

4.  ERA VICTORIA4 SELLERS (JOHN D.3, DANIEL B.2, DANIEL B.1) was born
November 05, 1895 in McKenzie, Alabama, and died April 1981 in
Independence, Mo.4.  She married HIRAM THOMAS GREEN, son of THOMAS GREEN
and MINERVA COOK.

Children of ERA SELLERS and HIRAM GREEN are:
6. i. MAX5 GREEN.
7. ii. HIRAM PORTIS GREEN, b. January 30, 1920, Alabama; d. April 1967,
Alabama.
8. iii. JOHN THOMAS GREEN, b. November 05, 1920.
9. iv. JOSEPH WILLIAM GREEN, b. October 02, 1927, Georgianna, Alabama.
 v. ROBERT GREEN, b. June 1932, Alabama; d. May 1996, Alabama.
 

Generation No. 3

5.  HARRY5 SELLERS (HERMAN4, JOHN D.3, DANIEL B.2, DANIEL B.1).  He
married JERRY.

Children of HARRY SELLERS and JERRY are:
 i. GARY6 SELLERS.
 ii. SELLERS. 


Alabama--originally from North Carolina.  Later some moved to Missouri and
Kansas.




Yes, I have a copy of Daniel Bell Sellers' Civil War Papers.  Duncan T.
Sellers is not in our direct line--probably distantly connected.  I also
have
a printed copy of the 1850 Butler County Census.  Thanks.

Carol



CAROL - Great = Daniel BELL SELLERS - may be helpful- Now what is in the
CW file=?
 marie, iowa

Actually it gives very little information

Command : Co. C 3rd Ala Cavalry  Capt. Robins
Rank:  Private

Remarks:  This company was organized at Clifton in Wilcox County in Sept.
1861
and was composed of men from west Wilcox, Marengo and Monroe.

At the bottom handwritten is:

Co. B, 17th Ala Inf. Reg
Sellers, Daniel B
Private
May 2nd 1861  Conecuh News

Born August 10, 1834-- Hayneville, Lowndes Co. AL
Address 1907 - 8  McKenzie Ala.
Continued in service until surrender, 60 day furlough on account of
sickness
at Montgomery was out to end.

Census, Tax, Collector, Butler Co Ala, 1907-8
 

Carol



CAROL - it PROVES us to LOWNDES CO, AL in 1834 - which has a Will, I
believe-
please Study and get back to us -
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/allown.htm
ALSO very interested in the BELL family, marie, iowa
Subject: 
             Re: SELLERS/DEVANE/HOLLOWAY/DUPLIN/SAMPSON
             CO,NC
 Resent-Date: 
             Mon, 30 Aug 1999 12:44:30 -0700 (PDT)
 Resent-From: 
             SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com
        Date: 
             Mon, 30 Aug 1999 15:43:55 EDT
        From: 
             CGreen3142@aol.com
    Reply-To: 
             SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com
          To: 
             SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com




I am sending you another Devane/Sellers connection:

Descendants of Thomas Devane
                                                
    1   Thomas Devane   b: 1700 in France   d: 1765 in NC
        
.       +Margaret Conde b: 1690 in France
........... 2   Margaret Devane b: in NC
...............     +William Rufus King
.........................   3   William Rufus DeVane King   b: 1786 in 
Sampson County NC   d: April 18, 1853 in Selma, AL
........... 2   Mary Devane                                     
...............     +James Poitevant
...........     *2nd Husband of Mary Devane:
    
...............     +James Corbett                                      
........... 2   Thomas Devane   b: Abt. 1725 in NC  d: 1817
        
...............     +Mary Larkins
Father: 
John Larkins    Mother: Tabitha
.........................   3   Margaret Devane b: December 08, 1758 in NC
d: in Selma, AL                             
.........................   3   Thomas III Devane   b: 1762
            
........... 2   John Devane b: Abt. 1734 in New Hanover Co. NCNC    d:
1806 
in Bladon Co. NCNC                              
...............     +Ann Larkins    b: Abt. 1730    d: 1818 in Bladon Co.
NC    
Fact 1: also have name as Mary Larkin   Fact 2: also have Ann Larkins
        Father: John Larkins    Mother: Tabitha
.........................   3   Tobitha DeVane
    
.........................   3   William DeVane
    
.........................   3   Ann Jane DeVane
    
.........................   3   Rebecca DeVane
    
............................        +Holloway
    
.........................   3   John DeVane b: December 25, 1755
                    
.........................   3   James DeVane    b: August 1757
                
.........................   3   George DeVane   b: Abt. 1764    d: Abt.
1810 
in Sampson County, NC                               
............................        +Miriam Treadwell   b: 1761 in Sampson
County, NC                              Father: John Treadwell  Mother:
Sarah 
Herring
......................................  4   Cornelius DeVane
                    
......................................  4   John T. DeVane
                
......................................  4   Felix Devane
                
......................................  4   Catherine Devane
                    
......................................  4   Mary Ann Devane
                
......................................  4   Tobitha Devane
                
......................................  4   Miriam Devane
                
......................................  4   Elizabeth Ann Devane    b:
Abt. 
1782 in Bladen County, NC                                   
..........................................      +Alexander Cromartie    b:
August 12, 1772 in Bladen County, NC    d: March 09, 1839 in Bladen
County, 
NC                          Father: William Cromartie   Mother: Stewart
....................................................    5   Elizabeth Ann 
Cromartie   b: June 13, 1800 in NC  d: 1881 in Butler County, AL    Fact
1: 
said to be buried at Sellers Cemetary, just south of Georgiana, Butler Co.
AL   
                        
.......................................................     +Benjamin
Duncan 
Sellers b: Abt. 1794 in Bladen County, NC       Fact 1:  said to be buried
at 
Sellers Cemetary, just south of Georgiana, Butler Co. AL
Father: 
Wright W. Sellers   Mother: Duncan
....................................................    5   William
Cromartie   
b: November 14, 1802                                    
....................................................    5   George
Cromartie    
b: August 19, 1804                                  
....................................................    5   Alexander 
Cromartie   b: October 31, 1806                                 
....................................................    5   John Cromartie
b: March 15, 1808                                   
....................................................    5   James
Cromartie 
b: November 05, 1810                                    
....................................................    5   Catherine 
Caroline Cromartie  b: October 19, 1813                                 
....................................................    5   Mary Jane 
Cromartie   b: March 20, 1816                                   
....................................................    5   Duncan
Cromartie    
b: July 19, 1818                                    
....................................................    5   Miriam Newell 
Cromartie   b: August 18, 1820                                  


I do question the dates you gave for the birth of Thomas Devane Sr. and 
Margaret de Conde.  What was your source?

Also I am wondering if Eliza Sellars daughter of Richard Sellars married
John 
Thomas Devane there must be another Sellars connection that gave you the
last 
name of Sellars.  

Found your post quite interesting.

Carol Green