DELAWARE=made in =1st State in 1787=
Made from?
lays next/in between NJ and MD and connects to DELAWARE CO, PA and Chester CO,PA)


SUSAN'S PAGE

FARRIS FAMILY



WHO are these SELLERS and WHO do we connect to?=
And connected to PHIL, PA?

        Fred Gibson <mtnwmn@digisys.net
LOWER-DELMARVA-ROOTS-L@rootsweb.com
[LDR] Newspaper Abstracts

May 3, 1819 - Camp meeting in woods of James G. Rochester near Church
Hill, QA/Mr. Duncan to open Dancing School in Estn Hotel/Sale of land of
James Casson, Car, decd, by William Orrell, Jame Willson, Abraham Jump,
Henry D. Sellers, Samuel Talbott, commissioners.



Quaker marriage book for Newark/Kennett Monthly Meeting
          records, New Castle Co. Delware. Index only 1690 to 1750.
Sellers,        Samuel &        Sarah           Pennock         262

From
        HERMON B FAGLEY <hermfagley@juno.com>
New Castle Co is Delaware's most northern,and has more Quakers,and ex
NEW SWEDEN familes than the other. Many Scotch-Irish would land there.
Kent Co Delaware is the middle county,and it's Murderkill hundred is on
the disputed MD line
Sussex Co is the southern most Delaware county,and the one most claimed
by Maryland. Some records are in Md,and some in Pa."The Lower 3 counties of
Pa " was 1 name. There are good,early will abstracts for,at least,the 1st 2.
HB Fagley

EARLY CHURCH RECORDS of NEW CASTLE

PASCHALL SELLERS SON OF JOSEPH and HANNAH SELLERS B.12/7/1753:
HANNAH SELLERS  b. 2/7/1758
(exactly like written ,msh)



1763, Nov 11th NEW Castle =
JACOB and JOHN twins, born OCTOBER 23RD, baptized Nov 11th, parents =
NICLAS and SUSANNAH ZELLER
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NEW CASTLE CHURCH =
13/6/1764 = To Darby MMtg= JOSEPH SELLERS, for wife Hannah and two children, Hannah and Sarah, being young
======
DEC 1775 NEW CASTLE CHURCH RECORDS =
GEORGE SELLERS married SARAH CLIFFERD
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NOV 11, 1776 = PHILIP SELLARS MARIED HANNAH GORDON
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SUSSEX CO, DE
Prim Name: Elisha Lockwood
                                 Admin Name:
                             Will Made Date: 12 Jul 1781
                                   Will Loc:
  Heirs Name: bros. Armwell, Benjamin, Samuel and William Lockwood; sisters Anne, Elizabeth and Mary
                          Lockwood, and Sebarah Rachel Lear
                       Exec/Trus Name: father [Samuel Lockwood]
                    Wit Name: Francis Sellers, Israel Holland, Stephen Hill
                           Will Probate Date: 20 Aug 1781
                     Will Book: Arch. vol. A84; Reg. of Wills, Liber A
                              Page: 194; folios 493-494

JULY 1796 NEW CASTLE=
ANN SELLARS MARRIED THOMAS PRESTON
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JOSEPH SELLERS/SELLARS= paid for damages done by British Army in New Castle Hundred in 1777
NICHOLAS SELLERS, paid by State for his attendance on schooner VIGILANT in 1781 

There is a NICKLAUS ZOLLER, 30 yrs old in 1740 on SHIP SAMUEL 

NICHOLAS SELLERS estate in 1796 = brickmaker
wife SUSANNA
SONS =
George,
Jacob,
John
GRANDDAUGHTERS =
Susanna Sellers,Catherine Sellers, daus of son GEORGE
========

1790 NEW CASTLE CO, DE=
JACOB SELLARS, CHRISTIANA HUNDRED
JOHN SELLARS,    "
NICHOLAS SELLARS, "
GEORGE SELLARS "

1800 NEW CASTLE CO, DE=
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 163=30310-10011-10

1810 NEW CASTLE CO, DE=
JOHN SELLARS, PAGE 129 WILMINGTON BOROUGH

1830 NEW CASTLE CO,DE=
ELIZABETH SELLARS,PAGE 181 WILMINGTON

1837 NEW CASTLE CO,DE=
WILLIAM R. SELLARS, RED LION HUNDRED

1850 NEW CASTLLE CO, DE=
REBECCA SELLE, PAGE 362 MILL CREEK
W.R. SELLERS, PAGE 28 WILMINGTON 



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 37
 page 116

 [p.116] Mrs. Susie, Ingeborg Clark Grier.
 DAR ID Number: 37322
 Born in Lynn, Massachusetts.
 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, of Delaware.
 Daughter of George Theodore Clark and Harriet Sellers Aldrich, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Thomas Clark and Ingeborg Bryan, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Mary Adams, his wife, m. 1766.
 John Clark, (1737-91), was sheriff 1775, served in the Flying Camp, 1777, and was captain of
 militia, 1778. He was born and died in Delaware City.
 Also No. 26449. 



APRIL, 1870 Mortality= George W. SELLERS 52 DE, Poet,  died from Apoplexy

 New Castle County, Delaware Wills, 1682-1800

 Name
          Will Loc
                   Will
                   Made
                   Date
                            Will
                            Probate
                            Date
                                       Will
                                       Book
                                               Page
                                                    Comment


 Nicholas
 Sellars
            Wil.
                  14 Feb
                  1796
                           15 Mar 1796
                                      O
                                              146
                                                   Brickmaker; Wife, Susanna; sons,
                                                   George, Jacob and John; Susanna
                                                   and Catherine Sellars, daughters
                                                   of son, George. Exc. sons, Jacob
                                                   and John.



 William
 Rice
          Grocer.
          Wil.
                   10 Sep
                   1798
                            27 Sept.,
                            1798
                                       O
                                               371
                                                    Wife, Sarah; bro., Edward Rice
                                                    of Ireland, and sister, Charity
                                                    Cluff. Exc. bro., James Rice and
                                                    John Sellers; sister-in-law,
                                                    Elizabeth Keerns.

JOHN SELLERS GARRETT Senior

Sunday, February 22, 1953 / Monday, February 23, 1953
Age 52, electrical contractor of Wilmington, Delaware, husband of the former MARY
CUTHBERT BURROW of Norfolk, died unexpectedly Saturday, February 21, 1953 at 10:30 am
in Wilmington.  His wife left Norfolk in 1930 after their marriage.  Besides his wife, surviving are
1 son, JOHN SELLERS GARRETT JR and 1 daughter, Miss ELIZABETH BRAXTON
GARRETT, both of Wilmington and 1 sister, Mrs. ANN GARRETT HUDGINS of Houston,
Texas.  Funeral arrangements have not been completed.  Funeral services will be conducted
Tuesday, February 24, 1953 at 2:00 pm at Trinity Episcopal Church in Wilmington.  Burial will be
in Middleton, Delaware.