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fdhaun@gmail.com (march 31, 2011)
fdhaun@comcast.net (march 2008)

fdhaun@insightbb.com (august 2006)OLD
FDHaun@aol.com

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ASA SELLERS

ATKINSON SELLERS

CLAUDE O. SELLERS 1885 WW 1 CARD

WILLIAM L. SELLERS DEATH CERTIFICATE 1860/1947

The first one is Henry T. Crandell, their son William, and Armintha.
 
The second photo is of Timothy Satrang and Armintha.
 
The third photo is Armintha at 61 years old. Armintha was very proud of her hair... :)
 
thank you for your generosity,
Janine



   From:
        Alvin Dauer <dauer@1starnet.com>

Marie
got this from Dennis
can some one help
Alvin
from=chapman@1starnet.com
Carlah

>From: FDHaun@aol.com
>Date: Sat, 6 Nov 1999 12:05:49 EST
>Subject: Re: Sellers
>To: dauer@1starnet.com
>X-RCPT-TO: <dauer@1starnet.com>
>
> Mary ( Kee) Sellers was living in Mcdonough, and Hancock County Ill.
>Mcdonough is the next county north of Schuyer, they border each other.
What I
>don't know is if she married a Sellers, or if she took on her mothers
maiden
>name. Our Sellers line is part of the Green County Pa. moved to Ohio,
then
to
>Ill. about 1854 IM thinking that she married a Sellers, do you know if
there
>was more then one Sellers family living in Pratt Ks, in the year1922?
Looking
>forward to hearing back from you. Dennis Haun



1920 PRATT CO, KS =
MARY E. SELLERS 65 IL living with SARA KERG? 87 OH, MOTHER
Also In Pratt Co = a Claud SELLERS 34 MO and a Harry A. SELLERS 22 KS
No way of knowing if connected or not. Didn't see a Kee/Sellers marriage.
There
was a MARY E. KEE and Henry A. MAXWELL marriage in 1867 McDonough Co,IL
Could read the 1860 census and look for them.
Whats the Whole Story on this family - so we know what/when/Where  to
look for them-
marie, iowa
========
Hi Marie, just received your E- Mail. I want to thank you for this
information, I believe that you found my Mary (Kee ) Sellers. For Mary
was
born in the year of! 1854-55 according to Mcdonough County Ill, Her
mother
Sarah ( Sellers ) Kee was born in the year of 1832. If you received said
information from the 1920 Ks. census this would make Mary age 65 & her
mother
Sarah Kee age 87. Sarah must had moved back to Hancock County, for she
died
their in 1922. I just learned of your web site last night, How do I go
about
writing down, or sending you our Sellers family info.? Do you have any
information on a George Or Samuel Sellers, living in Crawford or Cherokee
County Ks. in the 1880's This is Sarah Sellers Kid brother, he was born
in ?
1836 I don't have my papers in front of me, it might be 1834. He is the
last
of the brothers and sisters of my Gr. Gr. Grandfathers that I haven't
found.
There mother died in the year of 1887. In her obit. it has two sons in
the
state of Ks. At that time my Gr. Gr. Grandfather Asa Sellers was living
with
his family ( from 1880-1890 ) in Pittsburg Ks. and with this family,
where
you found one, the other was close by. Looking forward to hearing from
you.
Dennis Haun of Peoria, Ill.        P.s. I am age 59, And this is my first
computer, I have only had it a few months. So IM going to need all the
help I
can get.

marie ;
I told Dennis to subscribe to the list and maybe you all could help him.

I sent it on my e-mail and I never thought about it not getting to you so
I'm going through Carlahs; since she is a subscriber.

She is still under the weather and I don't want to bother her about this
one, I know that this Mary is on her side but don't know where to look
for it.

Thanks

Alvin(Carlah's Husband)



DENNIS - Thanks - What we need is names with dates and places= so we all
can Find
Them. and Follow them on -

Oldest Proven SELLERS =
name
born about when/where
wife name , if know

his child =
name
born about when/where

DOES that KINDA Help?
Do the best you can - Names, Dates, Places are very important
And when we have that, we will need to deal with county changes of names,
etc
OBIT you are talking about = whose?
SARAH KEE born ca 1832 died 1922  = Would Like Copy for our SELLERS
members
Thanks - will help anyway we can to get this info and Find Your Family of
SELLERS

ASA SELLERS born 1853 OH is in KS in 1880 = Where born in OH?
where/who married =
Thanks for your help-
marie, iowa
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DENNIS, don't know if I'm following you exactly , but, this is what I
see=
1850 COSHOCTON CO, OH=
#193 Linton twn=
ASA SELLERS 66 PA, laborer (Dennis says this age should be 46,msh)
ELE---63 PA (Dennis says this age should be 43,msh)
ELIZA 20 PA
SARAH 18 PA
GEORGE 14 PA
DANIEL/DAVID 11 PA
MARY 10 PA
ASA 8 PA
THOS 3 PA
FRANCES J? 9/12 M PA
-----
PAGE 207, forgot to note twn, but, think this is a duplicate, perhaps,
one by a
neighbor:?
ASA SELLERS 63 PA, MILLER
ELENEE 62 OJIELUNK?
ELIZA 19 PA
SARAH 18 PA
GEORGE 16 PA
DAVID 12 PA
MARY 10 PA
ASA 8 PA
THOS J? 5 PA
ELEANER J? 8/12F OH
next =
SARAH HOWLEND 56 born same place as ELENEE above
close=
DAVID/LEVI SELLARS 66 PA #126, Linton twn
CHRISTNA 66 PA
REBECCA 9 OH
MARY ANN 7 OH
ALEXANDER 5 OH
S/DANIEL? 2 OH
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1880 PEORIA CO, IL
ASA M. SELLERS 36 PA
ELIZABETH 38 IL
OLIVIA 13F IL
THOMAS J. 11 IL
ELENOR 9 IL
FRED 7 IL
GEO W. C. 2 IL
ELENOR 73 IRELAND, MOTHER
==========
IF this is your family - advise
If this is Asa mother that died (had an obit) with 2 sons in KS?
OR the SARAH SELLERS KEE that died with 2 sons/brothers in KS
=======
Put some Names/Ages/ with spouses and kids,
SO, I/We can tell which family is same. When I read 1920 KS didn't know
we were
looking for George and Samuel? Its on Film, hard to read - if I get back
out will
look = May Not be Same County, could be county next to, etc - But, if we
know
Name/Age and wife, perhaps can tell which one it is. marie, iowa
=============
FDHaun@aol.com wrote:

> Marie, Hi I was wondering if you are residing in the state of Iowa or
Kansas.
> As you know that I am living in Peoria, Ill. IM sorry for asking so
many
> questions about Ks. but our library genealogical department books only
cover
> as far west as the state of MO. I had ask you about Crawford County Ks.
Hear
> is a little of what I have. I wrote to said county in 1995, they sent
me a
> census of Pittsburg 1885 on the Sellers name of an August Sellers and
family.
> This should have read Asa Sellers age 42  M. Carpenter Pa. ILL.  Co. F.
51st.
> Ohio Inf.--Wife Elizabeth 43 F. Ill. Ill.  Son-Thomas 16 M. Ill.
> Ill.-Daughter- Ella 14 F. Ill. Ill.- Son Fred 12 M. Ill. Ill.- Son
George 6
> M. ill. Ill.--Son David 4 M. ill. Ill. By the year of 1919 when
Elizabeth
> died, all of this family was back in Peoria. But while in Pittsburg son
> Thomas J. married 1890 to Marguerite Hiller of Shipman Twp. of Macoupin
> County, Ill.--daughter Ell married 1886 to James Wetkins of Pittsburg.
In the
> city directory of 1890 Pittsburg it has an  Asa Sellers listed as a
> carpenter, and another Sellers living a block away a John Sellers also
a
> carpenter. Asa had a history of always living close to family members,
so I
> am thinking that this might had been his nephew, son of brother George.
I
> have no way of finding out. When Asa's mother died hear in Peoria, year
1887,
> it has in her obituary two son's in the state of Ks. so I know that?
George (
> or Samuel ) was still living. the town's of Girard, and Pittsburg Ks.
Keep
> pooping up in our family, both are in Crawford County. also in the year
of
> 1890 there was a George A. Sellers age 26 of Cherokee County that
married a
> Lizzie Thomas age 18 of Jasper County. I wrote to Cherokee County
genealogy
> debt. and they had nothing on a George Sellers. Is there anyway that
you
> might check this out for me?  And I living hear in Ill. might be able
to help
> you. By the way are you aware that on the web site
> -http;//www.rootsweb.com/-ILgenweb/county   you can get all the ILL.
country
> address. I will start soon working on getting all my information
gathered to
> send to you on my Sellers line. ( My Mother was a Sellers ) Looking
forward
> to hearing from you.     Dennis Haun.
=======

Hi Marie, I do want to thank you for your time and help. I must admit I am
very impress with all the Sellers information that you have at your
command.
Without boring you to much I would like to explain just why I have been
hesitant to put my family history on line. My mother's wish was to have her
Sellers genealogy done, but she died about four years ago, so I am doing
this
for our family in her memory. And I want to make sure that it is done
correctly. I came upon at the Peoria library in the 1902 History of Peoria,
the name Sellers, It was written about my Gr. Grandfather Thomas J. Sellers
genealogy. I thought I would take this information, and drive to Coshocton
County Ohio, as well as Green County Pa. Not only to see where my people
came
from, but to see if I could pick up more information on them. IM sorry to
say, from day one I have ran into a brick wall. Hear is just a small
portion
of what it said.  Thomas J. father and his grandfather, both named ASA M.
were born in Green County Pa. the former Sept. 19, 1843. His grandfather
married Eleanor White, a daughter of John and Eleanor White, who was born
in
County Cavan, Ireland, where her parents were also born. George and
Elizabeth
Sellers, his great-grandparents in the paternal line, were born and married
in Germany and soon after 1800 settled at Philadelphia, whence they went to
Green County, where Mr. Sellers was a farmer and where he died about 1846,
his wife in 1850. ASA. Sellers moved from the old homestead in Pa. to
Coshocton County Ohio, where he died age forty-five years his wife
(Eleanor)
who died at Peoria age seventy-eight years, bore him six sons and four
daughters. Their son, ASA M. second, enlisted in 1861 in a regiment of Ohio
Volunteer Infantry and served until March 1863, when he was discharged for
disability.-------After the war he farmed in McDonough County Ill. until
1869, when he located at Peoria. & etc. First off Eleanor died May 28,
1887.
age 81, according to her obituary, not 78,--Secound, You have seen for some
reason, that there was two census taken of ASA and family on the same date,
Oct, 21, 1850 in the same Twp... (Litton) At house #193 ASA is listed as
age
46 and a labor, Eleanor is listed as age 43, it has the whole family from
Pa.
(hear the age's are right) and it has Those 3, and Frances ? 9/12.  In
house
# 207 (same twp). ASA is age 63 & Eleanor is 62, and it has her from
Ireland
(which is correct). The age of the children doesn't differ that much, One
might understand if these census were taken six months apart, but they were
taken on the same date, and if one look's at the hand writing, it seems to
come from the same hand. Also there is no listing on ASA's death in the
said
county, no will or probate, no grave (nothing ).  I have been to Green
County
Pa. three times, I have all the local census, tax records, and I have
checked
all the Sellers wills, probate records, and orphan records. I have pored
over
these records for four years, and come up with the same answer. If one
keeps
track of who moved out of the county, in what year. There is no way that a
third George Sellers could have lived and farmed in said county for 35-37
years, without leaving no records of taxes, or census. But if one goes by
the
Peoria history, that must be the case. There was a George and Elizabeth
Sellers living in Green County at that time, but George was the son of
Christian Sellers, pulse he had no son named ASA. But there was a George
and
Mary Sellers living there at this time farm, and they have a son named ASA,
the same age as my ASA. But this George is also from this same Christian
Sellers line. With all your vast knowledge that you have, I am sure that
you
are aware of the Sellers- Zellers line of Green County Pa. The old man
Christian with wife Elizabeth, had five sons. Of these sons one was named
George, another Christian, who married a Susanna. my George with the son
ASA
is the son of this Christian. I am sure that you have the web site but if
not
it is http;//www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/pagreene.htm If one looks
at the 1830-40 census, this is when ASA and wife first shows up on the
census. On the tax records of 1830 ASA has no property to speak of.  if you
was to look on this same web site and find # 868 WILL OF GEORGE SELLERS. It
tells not only who gets what, but names his children. the year of 1838 ASA
has about the same amount of land, that was given to this ASA in George's
Will. Also this ASA drops from all the tax records about 1846-47. Now if
one
compares ASA's children names with the names of this George and Mary
Sellers
children, they about the same. MARIE, if it seems that I am trying to make
a
case hear. ( I Am) This is the reason that I have tried so hard to track
down
not only Asa# 1, Brothers and sisters, but also ASA's # 2 brothers and
sisters, hoping that one of them just might have also left a family
history,
like the one in Peoria, that I will know for sure that I have the right
family line. I have found ASA # 1, two sister's, and one of his brothers, (
Atkinson) Who married Elizabeth Morris and with his brother in law, Justis
Morris, moved to Clark County Mo. year? He first shows up in the 1850
census
their. ( town Kahoka) A. or Atkinson died in said county Feb, 8, 1862. on
his
stone it has age-48-7-21. I will send more information about ASA #1 sisters
later. As for ASA's other brothers John, David and George, I have found
nothing, not knowing who they married, or for sure what year they were
born.
It seems that after the farm was sold, the boys left for parts unknown.
This
is the reason I am trying to find ASA #2, brother George, in Crawford
County
Ks. Just maybe there is a family Bible, or a history left behind, giving me
that assurance that I need to tie these familles together. IM sorry Marie,
it
seems that I have written a small book hear. Before I forget -- that Henry
A.
Maxwell that married a Mary E.Kee in 1867 McDonough County Ill. (is not my
Mary Kee).  If you log on McDonough County web line, and find Bardolph
cemetery, you will find this family buried there.  ---MARIE, take a
breather,
rest your eyes, and thank our good Lord, I am done with this letter. Hoping
to hear back from you soon, Dennis H.
 PS (OH NO/// ) With what I have told you hear, do you think that the
Peoria's history of George & Elizabeth Sellers could be correct. 


 Marie, before going to bed, I wanted to send you a few names. These are
the
children of ASA and Eleanor (White) Sellers. #1. Elizabeth Sellers born
Dec,
20, 1831 Center Twp, Green County. married Ephriam R. Johnson 1852
Coshocton
Ohio. She died Feb, 19, 1895 Cramer Twp. Peoria County Ill.. # 2. Sarah
Sellers born Sept, 19, 1832. Waynesburg Twp. Green County. married Andrew
L.
Kee May 1, 1853. Coshocton Ohio. She died Aug, 29, 1922. Harmony Twp.
Hancock
County ill. # 3.-George Sellers born 1834-35 Green County Pa. Moved to Ks.
died -------# 4. David Sellers born April 9, 1836.-Green County Pa. married
Sarah Johnson Aug, 27.1856 Coshocton Ohio. He died March 28, 1910, Peoria,
Ill, Mary Sellers born May 3, 1841. Green County Pa. married Henry M.
Meredith 1870s Peoria, Ill. She died Jan, 9.1904 Peoria, Ill. # 6. ASA M.
Sellers bornSept, 19, 1843. Green County Pa. married Elizabeth (Hays)
Timberline Oct, 5 1865 in McDonough County Ill, he died Dec, 19, 1912
Peoria,
Ill. -- Marie, I do not know if you wanted the children names and births of
Elizabeth, Sarah, David and Mary children. I have most of there names, but
not there births and deaths. I will send more on my side of the family (ASA
#
2. ) children later. It is now 1;40 am, and my mind is tired. good night.
 Dennis Haun



DENNIS , thanks, don't know if we ever found George in KS - didn't have All
your
info at the time checked census. He may have been the one one of those in
1880 IL
and My index is soundex and only lists families with kids, and does Not
list All.
So, we could have been in KS in 1920 -
But, are you talking of George Sellers born ca 1836 son of Asa and Eleanor
Or
George Sellers born ca 1878 son of Asa ca 1842 and Elizabeth?
By having the names of the kids of each Son, we kinda would have an idea if
a
possibility of a child of Georges, etc.that would be in KS in 1920.
-----
Now ASA SELLERS ca 1785 appears to be son of GEORGE SELLERS will of 1837
with son
ASA -  The Christian ?who had a son Christian with son Asa = was a minor or
Not
of age when will written?
-----
I believe the people named on our Greene Co, PA page can help you more
accurately
on correctly placing your ASA SELLERS 1785.
Thanks again for sharing - marie, iowa

ource:   GC-Greene   County, Pa Query Forum
URL:      http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/Greene?read=2303
Subject:  John and Eleanor White

Surname: White, Sellers
-------------------------

John and Eleanor White with daughter Eleanor, came to Green County, between
the years of 1808/1829. From County Cavan Irland. Our family history does
not give the date. There was A John White living in Morris Twp. in the
1830 census of Green County, but not in the 1840 census of said county.
Daughter Eleanor married Asa Sellers in Green County about 1828-29. Asa
being the son of George and Mary ( Sherman ) Sellers of Center Twp. Has
anyone out there worked on this White family genealogy? Did John and Eleanor
have any other children that came with them from Irland? Looking for any
help on this family. Thanks Dennis Haun


Hi Marie, it's been months sense I have heard from you. I take it that you
could not find out any information on my Sellers line. I gave you all the
information that I had on the children of George and Mary Sellers of Green
County. You might recall the 1837
Will of George Sellers. As you know that one of G. & M. Sellers children
was
a son named ASA, who with his family moved to Coshocton Cony Ohio about the
year of 1848-49. And where family history says that he died about 1850-51
in
said county. If you recall I was hoping that you might help me find the
last
child of Asa's which moved to the state of Ks. And was living in or about
Pittsburgh Ks. in the years of 1880-90. I ask you to see what you could
find
on a George or maybe Samuel. for if you recall one 1850 census had the boy
named George, and the other 1850 census had him named Samuel. I might have
had you looking for the wrong name. I just took it for granted the he lived
into adult hood, and the small children died young. But one of the young
children of Asa's, was a son named Thomas J. born about 1845-47. And that
there was living in Pittsburgh in the year of 1890 a John Sellers, who was
living about one block away from maybe his brother ( ASA # 2 ) my Gr,Gr,
Grandfather.  they are both listed as being carpenters. This information
came
from the 1890 Pittsburgh City directory. Question, " Is there any way that
you can check to see if there is more information on this John Sellers" If
it
is listed his age, or from what state he was from, wife and familles name?
Also if you remembered I also ask you if you had ever heard of the place
called "Middle Island' I have now located said place, It is a large creek
or
river that run's through Tyler County, WV not to many miles from Green
County
Pa. If you recall in the 1837 Will of George Sellers, Green County, he
listed
that his son Asa # 1 was to pay $. to young Asa, son of Christain and
Elizabeth (This Christain was a son of George and Mary) who was living on
or
near Middle Island when the child became age 21.  I believe that there
might
had been other Sellers that moved to Tyler County, WV later in the 1800s
but
according to Emma Woods," the daughter of Jacob Sellers "( Jacob) who was
killed by the Indians around 1774 on Ten Mile Creek, that his daughter
Elizabeth who married a Joseph Ankrom, it is said had moved to Tyler
County,
WV how early in the 1800s I don't know. But there is a good chance that
young
Christain son of G. & M moved there with the Ankrom, or soon after. Have
you
any information on any Sellers living in Tyler County in the early 1830s. I
have been working on an Asa Sellers that shows up in Bond County Ill. about
1850. his age would match up with young Asa son of Christain and Elizabeth
Sellers, all the census has him listed from Pa. but his death record has
him
from WV And his Army record has him listed from Pa. Have you anything on
this
Asa? I know when he died, his wife and children's names. And I know that he
married in the state of Missouri, but on his wife's widow pension papers
she
says that there was no marriage record recorded. I am hoping that you can
help me with any information on this John Sellers that was lister in the
1890
Pittsburgh Ks. city director, or of any Thomas J. Sellers born about
1845-47
that might had died in the state of Ks. and any information on any Sellers
that might had lived in Tyler County say in the 1830-40's or anything on
this
young Asa Sellers that lived in Bond County, and died in Montgomery County
Ill. he died in the early 1900s I don't have his papers in front of me. I
think about 1912. Hoping to hear back from you soon.
  Dennis Haun of Peoria, Ill.



DENNIS - Thanks for staying in here and We do have members working on these
families and will send  links to STATES/COUNTIES where members have sent
info on
Where some of these SELLERS and children went

OTHERWISE, You can do a Lot of LOOKUPS - Free on Internet - Use USGENWEB
and
State/County working on - Try and ask for ONE family or two -
====
YES, believe the one chart of ASA SELLERS proves to Greene Co, PA
====
YOU connect to WHOM = What child of ASA M. SELLERS 1844 pa son of ASA 1784
and
ELEANOR
===
ASA SELLERS 1784 PA child of = WILLS OF GREENE CO, PA
(believe this was proven?)
ANY suggestions, etc on same , ADVISE
=====

1850 COSHOCTON CO, OH=
ASA SELLERS 66 PA ca 1784
ELEANOR 63 IRELAND?
ELIZABETH? 20 PA
SARAH 18 PA
GEO 14 PA
DAVID/DANIEL 11 PA
ASA 8 PA ca 1846
THOS 3 PA ca 1847
FRANCES J. 9/12 PA
(there is a second census reading on this, which we have already
shared=same
family)

NOW - SEND or Confirm this info=

ASA SELLERS born 1842 PA, SON OF ASA AND ELEANOR
is in 1850 COSHOCTON CO, OH?
IN 1860 WHERE=
IN 1870 WHERE=

AND his Son Asa? =
IN 1880 = PEORIA CO, IL
ASA M. SELLERS 36 PA
ELIZ 38 IL
OLIVIA B. (F- IL) (must have left off the yr)
THOMAS J. 11 IL (1869)= Is this Yours?
ELENOR 9 IL
FRED 7 IL
GEO W.C. 2 IL
====
WERE NOT PROVING the WHOLE FAMILY HERE -
LETS PROVE YOURS FIRST -
THEN  WE CAN CHECK OUT BROTHERS/SISTERS/COUSINS
===
1890 - If Civil War - SHOULD BE ON 1890 CIVIL WAR CENSUS
=====

THIS THOMAS J. SELLERS BORN CA 1869 IL is the Family You are Connected to?
Married Whom=
when/where
Where First or Any child born=

AND that Child =
and married when/where/whom

AND that Child =
 

1900= DO YOU KNOW WHERE WE ARE?
Please Send Above Answers, As I don't think What we were looking for in KS
and
maybe Not even IL
DID we ever find them on 1860 IL or IN census?
Thanks, Please Share,
marie, iowa
=================

Subject:
        Sellers Family
   Date:
        Sat, 4 Mar 2000 04:00:44 EST
   From:
        FDHaun@aol.com
     To:
        mari@netins.net
    CC:
        MeJMS@aol.com
 
 
 

Hi Marie, I happen to see that I had left some information out of my
Sellers
line, that I
sent you yesterday. The first born son of my Grandparents Frederick M. &
Marguerite
Sellers, was James Richard, who was born in Fisher Ill. Feb, 15, 1915 and
had
died in Peoria Ill. May 04, 1920. Next was the son of Asa#2 and wife
Elizabeth, son David
born 1881 and died in Peoria in the year 1891. Next I would like to jump
back
to the
children of George and Mary Sellers, in his WILL of 1837 (George) his
children are listed as Asa, David, George, Sarah, Christian, Mary, John,
and
Atkinson. We have
all the information on Asa, I will next jump to son Atkinson, He was born
in
Center Twp. according to his Head Stone July 19, 1813. He died Feb, 8,
1862-age 48/7/21
days. He first show's up on the 1839 Green County tax records as single,
the
1840,
41 he is still listed as single. The 1842 records has him listed as
married,
after 1842
 he no longer shows up on any tax records. He married a girl from Jolletown
which
is in Gilmore Twp, Green County. He married a Miss Elizabeth Morris, she
was
born
Jan, 15, 1819. D/O Samuel Morris of Jolletown. His brother in law Justis
Morris with
family moved to Kohoka, Clark County Mo. about 1845. I don't know if
Atkinson
moved with said family to Mo. at this time with his brother in law, or
moved
to said
place later. He first shows up in said county with wife Eliz, and a son 5
months old
born in Mo. in the 1850 census. Eliz, must had been pregnant at that time,
for in the
 Peaksville cemetery where the whole family is buried, on the stone it has
Berry M,
died July 8, 1861, age 10/09/10 days. There is also a John W. died Sept,
18,
1860
age 5 months. The 1860 census has A. Sellers age 42, Eliz. age 42 Samuel
age
10,
and Perry M. age 8. In the 1850 census the son listed there is named
Samuel.
Samuel is also buried in the same plot, born 1850 died 1932.  In Samuel's
probate
record it has, that he married a Lenora, that she was born in 1850 and died
1939, but
I never found her stone. In the probate record, it has a son born to S & L.
named
John M. I have found nothing more on him. Elizabeth wife of Atkinson died
May
14,
1888. No date given on John M. birth, I believe that he was born on the
farm
in Clark
County. ( I just looked on another paper of mine, and I have his name James
M. ? )
I don't know if Atkinson was killed in the Civil War, for there is a
newspaper dated
March 3, 1933. "The Clark Courier," and an old soldier who served in the
Roll
of Company G. 21, Missouri Volunteer Infantry, Whose name is John P. Morris
(which
according to the 1850 census is the son of Justis Morris, his age was 8
born
in Pa).
 List two of his brothers in this Company (George, and Joseph) as well as
Atkinson
 Sellers. Next is daughter Mary, who was born in Center Twp, about 1814.
She
married a Peter Iams who was born April 26, 1812, Morris Twp, Green County.
They were married about 1832, and lived in Morris Twp. Peter died Sept, 02,
1836.
This left Mary a widow, with two children. Richard born April 06, 1834, and
Sarah
Rose born Nov, 1835. Mary and children moved back to her parents home, for
on
Sept, 20, 1836 Father George Sellers petition the court's for guarding ship
of his grandchildren. Mary must had died in 1844, for on June 12, 1844, we
find Rule Grant-
-ed on Moses Johnson Guardian of the miner children of Peter Iams.  Peter
Iams had
a sister named Nancy, who married a Roland Hughes. We find that the court's
grant-
ed guardian ship to Roland Hughes, Sept, 07, 1849. They took the children,
and moved to White County Ind. Son Richard died July 22, 1919, in
Indianapolis. Daughter
Sarah Rose married a John Saunders Feb, 04, 1857. She died in Monticello,
White
County Ind. Dec, 22, 1879. You will also find the children listed under the
name of
James, instead of Iams, that Jim Stinespring listed "Green County, Pa.
Orphan
Court Docket 3, p. 82, NO. 13. Sellers, Christian Dec'd Feb, 15, 1849. On
this same
Docket, you will also find George and Mary Sellers other daughter listed
"Sarah Cott-erell. Daughter Sarah was born in Center Twp. about 1811-12.
She
married an Abner
Bane about the year of 1829-30> ( This I have not verified yet.) but
according to
"Family Tree, Vol.-or disk #5 Sarah Cottarrel died May 12, 1892, in
Waynesburg, Green County. [ do you think, that if I write to Green County
Genealogy Dept. that they might look this obituary up for me)? For unless
Sarah married at the age of 13,
 the age of  one child can't be right. It has daughter Margaret Bane  birth
est.
1825, son John Ferguson Bane born Feb, 24.1829. daughter Mary Bane, and son
William born est. 1830, and son Asa Bane born March 25, 1839.  This disk
also
has
for Sarah's Parents-John Sellers Birth ETS, 1755-1789. Mother Mary
Martinbirth
 ETS.
1768 died 1856.-- We do know for sure according to the 1850 Green County
census
 that Sarah was age 39, and married to William Cotteral he being age 38,
and
his trade was a Tanner. ( I did find in the 1850 Green County Census, a
Margaret Bane
age 17, living with the Rodgers family. ( now if this Margaret Bane is the
daughter of
Abner and Sarah, born 1833 then it's a whole new ball game. )  According to
the book
History of Green County pg. 735. William Cotterrel was born in NJ in 1772
he
married Isabel Livington in NJ They settled in Jefferson, Green County.
in1796, in
1824 they moved to Waynesburg, they had four children, one named William,
William
 married a Miss Frances Minor, who died and left one daughter Eliz.
William
married
for his second wife Mrs., Sarah Bane (formerly Sellers) He followed his
Tanning business for a number of years. He died in Waynesburg Jan, 1880 age
74. his widow
still survives at an advanced age. Next, Son Christian, who married an
Elizabeth?  if
the information that this Frank Sellers sent to you, and that you forward
on
to me is
correct. This Asa Sellers of Bond and Montgomery County. Who was born 1827
in
Pa. and who lived as a child in Va. which later became W.V. Who left W.V.
for
Ill.
whose father died when he was age two or three, means that his father died
1829-31
would fit perfect with the 1837 will of George Sellers. Frank Sellers
wrote,
that he had
further information on this Asa. I am just hoping that he will send more,
for
this will
be one more missing piece of the puzzle found. Now what happened to G. & M.
other
three son's, George, David, and John?? And Asa's and Eleanor's son, George
or
Thomas J.? Well, Marie, hear it 2 A.M. Boy, this genealogy can really get
into a person's blood.  LOL.  Good night Marie. Or I should say Gooood
Morning.
    Dennis Haun of Peoria, Ill


FDHaun@aol.com wrote:

> Hi Marie, I first want to thank you for that information, that you sent
to me
> yesterday. Subject- Asa Sellers of Bond County Ill. 1850 Census. I do
believe
> that this is the same one mention in George Sellers 1837. Will. You sent
to
> Jim S. and myself an e-mail about the subject of the location of "Middle
> Island" you wrote that there was also one to be found in Ohio, as well as
> Tyler County W.V. The information that this Frank Sellers sent to you,
which
> you forward on to me about this Asa Sellers, and that his ( Asa) father
died
> when he was about the age of three, and then his mother died when he was
> about the age of 5. Also he being born in the year of 1827, this young
Asa
> would had been age of about 10, when George's Will was written up. also
as I
> read this Will, to me, it sounded that this "Middle Island" was close
enough
> to Green County, that whoever read this Will, should had known this said
> location. I have been told that this creek, is one of, if not the longest
> running creek in the state of VA. Marie, I don't know what your policy is
> about giving out names, and e-mail addresses, but you have my permission
to
> give this Frank Sellers mine if you see fit. for I have some additional
> information on this Asa Sellers wife and children that he might like to
have.
> Now for some of the information that you are looking for on the Sellers
in
> the 1900 Illinois Census that you e-mail me this day. We will start out
with
> this Asa Sellers age 73 Pa.  Mont. County Ill. With wife Josephine age 63
> ILL. &, etc., please just look at the information that you sent me
yesterday
> on this Asa Sellers, this is the one and same family. Next, This Asa
Sellers
> age 56, Pa. Adams Co....... ILL.-Soldiers Home. This is my ASA,(# 2.)
born in
> Green County 1843. The same one listed age 8, in the 1850 Coshocton
County
> Census. He had just returned from the state of Ks. and was trying to get
his
> Army pension.( or maybe I should say myGreat Great Grandfather).  Next,
> Thomas (J.) James Sellers age 31, Ill. wife Margarete E. =
> (Ella )( Hillier) Sellers, age 28, ILL. and children Frederick M. age 9,
Ill.
> & Fay H. age
> 4, Ill. This is Asa #2 son, or I should say my Great Grandfather and
> Grandmother. This is the one that I wrote to you about, that married in
the
> year 1890, Feb, 5th. while living in Pittsburgh, Ks. With his parents,
also
> his sister Ella Sellers age 16, married a James M. Watkins age 22. of
> Pittsburgh date Dec. 02, 1886 married in Pittsburgh. The children of ASA
and
> Elizabeth (Timberline.) Sellers listed in the Kansas Agricultural Census
for
> the state of Ks. ( these census were taken at five year
intervals-1865,1875,
> and 1885, etc. were Thomas 16, M. Ill.- Ella 14, F. Ill.-Fred 12, M.
Ill.-
> George 6 M. Ill.- and David 4 M. Ill.--( Now I want to keep this simple.
)
> Eleanor (White.) Sellers, wife of Asa # 1 who married Asa in Green County
Pa,
> about the year
> 1828-29. and who was the mother of Asa #2. died in Peoria, Ill. May 28,
1887
> , age
> 81,( which would had made her age 43 or 44 in the 1850 Coshocton County
Census
> not "63" and her husband Asa #1 age 45 or 46, not "66" For Asa was born
about
> 1805-06 in Green County, and his father George was born between1770-80,
all
> one has to do is to look at the 1830 & 40 census of Green County  for Asa
and
> Eleanor,
> And for his father George who was living next door to Asa in the 1830
census,
> which
> has George age listed as between 50-60. Now for the 1840 census of Green
> County
> Asa and Eleanor is listed between age 30-40 with small children, and one
of
> his brothers living with them, as well as Eleanor parents living with
them.
> Next door to
> Asa, ( George died 1837 ) you have Asa's brother George as head of the
house
> hold
>  another brother, his sister Mary Iams, and her young daughter, and
mother
> Mary
> (George's widow) this is the way that George's will was made up.---- IM
sorry
> Marie,
>  that I got off of the track of the 1900 census, but you seem to have the
> mindset that
> in the Ohio 1850 census that Asa is age 66, and Eleanor is age 63. I have
> photo
> copies of these census'and I do agree that the age's are a hard call to
make,
> but 2 of
>  the 3 genealogy ladies that has sent me these census has made the call
of
> 46&43
> or 44 &43. I am not sure who made up the 1830 census that is on the web
site
> of
> Net/Showcase/ Sellerfamily/pagreene. htm. for my George and Mary Sellers,
but
> they have them mixed up with the family of George and Elizabeth Sellers.
one
> only has to
> look at the 1820 census of George and Elizabeth, they are listed age 45+
and
> the
> age of there children,  then look at the same 1820 census of my George
and
> Mary
>  there age's 26-45 and the ages of there children, all of there children
were
> born after
> 1800. And you know that you can't say the same for the children of George
and
> Eliz.
> And this can't be G. & E. son George though he was born in 1787, he never
> married
> until the year of 1821-22, and that was to Phoebe Cruse. And if one
follows
> the tax
> records from 1808 there are only two George's listed #1 is the son of
> Christian and
> Eliz. Sellers, which is George who married Eliz. and the other George is
the
> son of
> Christian and Susannah Sellers, namely George who married Mary. by 1809
young
> George shows up on the tax records, son of G.&E. young George is age
21-22.
> and
> single, and from 1809--1821 there are only 3 George's listed. 2 married
and
> one single, and on the 1821 tax record it has George of George married.
so we
> know that
> George of G.&E. was not married before he married Phoebe. I have work for
> over 4 years trying to get all of this correct. If you find me wrong on
this
> please let me know,
> for I can find my mistake.----------Now back to  the questions about the
1900
> Ill. census. As I said that this Thomas J. is the son of Asa#1 and was my
> Gr., Gr., Grandfather, his son listed as Frederick M. AGE 9. is or was my
> Grandfather, for I carry his
> name Frederick Dennis. Frederick M. had 3 children Marguerite Ella
Sellers,
> born at
> Peoria, Ill. March 18, 1918, which was my mother. ( I will fill in the
blank
> spaces later)
> Next.-- Andrew J. Sellors, age 36. Ill. I believe it should be Sellers,
For
> Asa#1 had a
> son David age 11, in the 1850 Ohio census, David had a son born in 1864
named
> Andrew, but please hold off on this until I can check it out./ Next- Asa
C.
> Sellers age 36, Ohio with wife Rosa, 34, Ill. This is for sure one of
David
> Sellers son's
> For just 3 months ago, I was doing some research on David's 1919 probate
> records,
> and it had 2 of David son's were dead, Frank and Asa, and it listed the 5
> children that
> Asa left, they were Bessie, Minnie, Justin (or Jessie) Sarah and Gordon.
If
> you were
> to pull up the 1880 Ill. census on David Sellers and wife Sarah, it will
also
> list the names and age of his 7 children, or I can send them to you
later. I
> also have some
> information on a Samuel Sellers from Ohio that lived and died in
Montgomery
> County
> Ill. but it is late, and I can't seem to find the papers, so I don't know
if
> this is the same
> Samuel that you have listed. IM hoping that this might fill in some of
the
> blanks that you have. Hoping to hear from you soon. Dennis Haun of
Peoria,
> ILL.
> p.s. Above, I started to tell you about Eleanor (White) Sellers obituary,
as
> I said that
> she died in May have 1887, it had that only two son could not make it to
the
> service, for they were in the state of Ks. The 1850 Ohio census list only
> four boys, George, David, Asa and Thomas J. Son David was there for the
> service, and we Know that son
> Asa was in Ks. You ask where was this family after the 1850 Ohio census.
I
> wish that I could answer that. I know that they were in the same county,
for
> daughter Eliz,
> married in said county year 1852, daughter Sarah married in 1853, son
David
> married
> in 1856 and young Asa enlisted in the Army in 1861. Young Asa came back
to
> same
> county in the first part of 1863, and going by his pension records, they
left
> for Illinois
> late in the year of 1863. Young Asa married in the year of 1865  in Ill.
I
> have yet to find them listed in the 1870 Ill. census. It is only in the
1880
> Ill. census that I find them again. But then the only boys listed was
David
> and Asa. And as I said Eleanor
> obituary list only three son's David in Peoria, Asa in Pittsburgh Ks. So
> which boy was
> still alive and living in Ks. George or Thomas J.??  Good Night.  it is
now
> about 1 A.M.


DENNIS - Thanks - We Want ALL corrections Or Possibilities included in our
census
, documents, etc -
I will reread and ADD your comments - I usually type 44/66 if I think/see
it -
and Same on States Born -
So Others Can check out the possibilities.
AND it helps Prove Families , that Others May Not See- Thanks-
Always want this info - marie, iowa
=========



DENNIS - Thanks - We Want ALL corrections Or Possibilities included in our
census
, documents, etc -
I will reread and ADD your comments - I usually type 44/66 if I think/see
it -
and Same on States Born -
So Others Can check out the possibilities.
AND it helps Prove Families , that Others May Not See- Thanks-
Always want this info - marie, iowa
=========

FDHaun@aol.com wrote:

> Hi Marie, I just reread my e-mail that I sent to you last night or this
> morning, I am sorry if I seem a little fervent when it comes to the age
and
> date of birth of Asa and his wife Eleanor. As I wrote you some time back,
> that it was my mothers wish, to have her Sellers Family Genealogy done. I
> also told you that my mother died Nov. 1994 without seeing this dream
> accomplish. So I have taken it upon myself to do this
> in her memory, and to pass this knowledge of our family, on to my
children
> and grandchildren, and to the rest of my relation. And I must have all
the
> information as correct as I can. And I fell that by dating Asa and
Eleanor
> twenty years older then what the
> Peoria History of our Sellers Family has written, and to ignore Eleanor's
> obituary, that states her age when she died, as well as to ignore what
the
> 1830-40 Census of Green
> County has, of Asa and Eleanor's age. Because of some 1850 Ohio Census,
that
> are
> just about impossible to make out, is just plain wrong. Not to say at the
> least, that by
> making Asa and Eleanor twenty years older then what they are, completely
> knock our family line out of any connection with the Christain Seller
blood
> line. So I am hope-
> ing that you will understand, just where I am coming from, and not be
upset.
> But, if you or Jim, can see where I might have made a mistake, please
fill
> free to let me know, that I might correct said mistake. I also notice
that,
> at the end of my e-mail to
> you last night, that I was starting to make some mistakes, So I will try
to
> correct them now.  I told you that my grandfather Frederick M. Sellers
had
> three children, that was wrong, it was four. First my grandfather
Frederick
> McClellan was the son of
> Thomas James Sellers, Frederick M. was born May 12, 1890, in Peoria, IL.
He
> married
> Marguerite Osburne in Peoria, Ill. date Jan, 15, 1913. There first born,
was
> a son, born in Fisher Twp, Champaign County, Ill. Feb, 15, 1915. he died
in
> Peoria, May 04,
> 1920. There second child (my mother). Marguerite Ella was born in Peoria,
> March 18,
> 1918. She died Nov, 03, 1994 at my brothers home in Adelanio Ca. The
third
> child was Shirley Fay, born in Peoria, July 12, 1921. She married a
Sumner
> Mason, she
> died Nov, 21, 1998 at Buena Park Ca. (LA. County) The fourth child, and
still
> living
> is Gary Neil Sellers. Born in Peoria, Jan, 04, 1931, in living in said
city.
> Frederick M.
> parents were Thomas James, born in Fisher, Ill. Champaign County. Born
Aug,
> 14,
> 1869. He married Margaret Ella Hillier born Oct, 09, 1871 at Shipman Ill.
> Macoupin
>  County. her parents died when she was about 13, so she moved to
Pittsburgh
> Ks. To
>  live with her older brother. This is where she married Thomas J. There
> children were
> Frederick M.- Thomas J. (Jr) born in Peoria, 1928, died in TX. 1957
buried in
> Peoria. And Fay Sellers born in Peoria, year? Married a Lemont Temple
date?
> was living in San Juan, TX. Thomas J. died in Peoria May 04.1920. His
wife
> Margaret remarried a Mr. James Haley, she died in Peoria 1940-41. --- Asa
#2
> Sellers born in
> Center Twp, Green County Pa. Sept, 19, 1843. Married a Miss Elizabeth
> Tomberlin
> at Industry Twp McDonough County. She was born in that Twp. July 01,
1841.
> marriage date Oct, 05.1865. Children born-Oliver 1867 she married a Mr.
> William Morris. date of marriage, or death? Place of birth? Industry Twp,
or
> Fisher Twp. ---
> Thomas J.---- Elenor born 1871 IN Peoria, married a Mr. James Mathen ?
> Peoria,
> date of marriage or death?--Fred born 1873 Peoria, married a Lylia ?
marriage
> or death?
> Libey died an inft.  George W. C.  born June 01, 1878, Fisher Twp.
Married a
> Miss. Elizabeth Wilson, He was hit and killed by a car, 1947 in Peoria,
David
> was born in? Peoria, 1881 he died young. date of death?---Asa died in
Peoria
> Dec, 18, 1912 wife
>  Elizabeth died in Peoria OCT, 05, 1919.// My Grandfather Frederick M.
died
> March, 28, 1974 Peoria, And my Grandmother Margurite Gertrude died in
PEORIA,
> APRIL 10, 1972. ------ Asa M. Sellers was born in Center Twp, Green
County
> PA. year 1805-06. He married Eleanor White in Center Twp. 1828-29. His
> children were Elizabeth born in Green County, Dec, 20, 1831. She married
a
> Mr. Ephraim Johnson 1852 in Coshocton County Ohio. She died in Peoria
County
> Feb, 19, 1895. Daughter Sarah, born in Green County. Sept, 19, 1832. She
> married a MR.
> Andrew Kee, May, 01, 1853 in Coshocton County Ohio, She died in Hancock
County
> Ill, Aug, 29,1922.--Son George born in Green County about 1835, marriage
or
> death??
> Son David born in Green County April 18, 1836. married a Miss Sarah
Johnson
> in
> Coshocton County Ohio, date 1856. He died in Peoria, March 28, 1910,
Daughter
> Mary was born in Green County May 02, 1841. She married a Mr., Henry J.
> Meredith
>  in Peoria, Ill. about 1876-77, She died in Peoria, Jan, 09, 1904. Son
Asa M.
> born in Green County Sept, 19, 1843.--Son Thomas? J. was born in Green
County
> in 1847
> he married or died ??--Daughter Francis was born in Green County, or
> Coshocton
> County Ohio 1849-50, I think she died young.----Asa Seller who was born
in
> Green County Pa. about the year of 1805-06 was the son of George and Mary
> (Sherman)
> Sellers of Center Twp.  Eleanor White was born about 1806-07 in County
Cavan
> Ireland, She was the daughter of John and Eleanor White. When this family
> moved to
> Green County Pa. our family history does not say.-----George Sellers born
> between
> 1870-80? Franklin County Pa. was the son of Christain and Susannah (HILL)
> Sellers born ?? but Christain Sellers was the son of Christain and
Elizabeth
> Sellers
> of? Franklin County Pa./// Asa born in Green County 1805-06, died in
> Coshocton County 1850-51 age about 46.  W ife Eleanor (White) Sellers,
died
> in PEORIA, May, 28, 1887 age 81.//--------Well Marie, that is all for
now, if
> you want to put this Sellers family on your net, that's fine with me. I
would
> do so, but I haven't the slightest idea how one would go about it.  Take
care
> Dennis Haun of Peoria, Ill.
> PS I found all the information that you need on that 1900 Ill. census of
> Samuel Sellers, will send it later, for right now, IM just pooped out.//


Marie, I just read your e-mail that you sent to me last night. "Subject
Sellers Family's sharing information." Speaking for myself, and I imagine
for
countless others out there, I am sorry to say, that we have ran into so
many
that make the claim, "Please share your family history with us," Which it
has
taken us countless money, time, and speaking for myself, added some gray
hair
to my head." And we will get back to you, with what we have on your family
line. It seems that these people are like a sponge, they soak all this free
information up, and when you try to press them for information, they either
answer your questions; with more questions, or you just don't hear from
them
again." I liken it to, asking your doctor question about your condition,
one
usually walks away scratching there head, knowing less about there
condition,
then they had before asking there doctor the questions." I would be less
then
honest, if I were not to say, at first, this was the impression I had with
your web site. But then you kick back some information on Mary Kee Sellers
living in Pratt Ks, as well as information on this Asa Sellers living in
Bond
and Montgomery County Ill. Now I do believe that your web site is on the up
and up, that is the reason that I have shared all my hard and long laboring
knowledge of my Sellers line with you. Marie, I sometimes compare my
Sellers
Clan, as the lost tribe of Sellers of Green County Pa. Of all the research
that I have done on the Sellers name, and that "s including all the queries
written up in Mary SIMMs " Zeller to Sellers Papers, I have yet to find
another working George and Mary's Sellers family line. And I am hopping
that
I am wrong, but neither have you. While on the subject of Mary SIMMs and
her
Z-S Papers, I notice that she relied heavily on the "Horn Paper Vol. 1 &
2,"
for the early history of our Sellers line. Do you think that she was aware
about the great controversy that had been going on sense 1947 by
historians,
about the Horn Paper's. that vol. 3 was reliable, but much of vol.1 & 2 was
sheer fabrication, and as such, of no historical value. And if she was
aware
of this, don't you believe, that she should had shared this knowledge on to
her readers? I know that we all have fantasies sometimes, about our
ancestors, but I believe that truth must come first.  Marie, now for the
main
reason for this e-mail. I have no idea what your policy is, and I am not
trying to suggest that you change it. But what ever it is, as far as
finding
out, just who for sure was Christain Sellers father, and the true history
of
where they came from. has of this day brought no results. (Speaking for
myself, I would love to put this puppy to bed.) So you can take this idea
seriously, or with a grain of salt.  Providing this idea, has not cross
your
mind already, or for some reason that you fell that it might be unethical."
I
have found that some people, when it comes to there family history, are
like
some Christians, after they have heard the good news, there mindset is, I
got
mine, and they wont go out and share it with others. or they would be happy
to share, if they were probed into it, but other wise they keep this
knowledge lock up." This idea has been in the back of my mind, sense, Aug,
1996, when I wrote to the Peoria chapter of the D.A.R.="Daughters of the
American Revolution" which I also sent the information on my Sellers line,
claiming as far back as Christain. I don't know how many times, most of us
have gone to the library, and looked up in the D. A. R.  books on just who
has claimed there linage back to Christain Sellers, or his brothers. And
just
who were the earliest to claim this line. For we know the earliest claims,
would have, or know, the true history of our Sellers line, maybe even back
to
Europe. When I received the form back from the D. A. R.  along with it, I
received a claim from a lady, that was made back in the year of 1951 who
had
claimed Christain also. I have tried to trace this lady down, but nothing.
I
even went through the Social Security Deaths, for her or her husbands name,
but no luck. "Reason " She takes the Sellers line back to Europe, and I was
dying to find out where she came up with this information. I knew that for
me
to take on the task, of trying to trace these people in the D. A. R.  Book
who has claimed Christain or his brothers as there line, or to try to trace
there children down was just not feasible for me. But you with your
resource's, meaning your contacts, it is not only feasible, but the job
could
be done easy. I am only asking that you, or you and your people (your
contacts) kick this idea around, and that you might give me some feedback
on
it. I would now like to share with you, this 1951 D. A. R.  form that was
sent to me. you might already have it on file. You may do with this
information as you see fit.             Louis Lee McClain Clark, born in
Elk
City, OK. 6-7-1920
Daughter of Donnie Detmor McClain born 2-1-1893 at McFall Mo. married
6-10-1917
to Mary Jane Hunter, born 8-10-1900 at Oklahoma Territory, now Roger Mills
Co. OK.
Mary Jane Hunter McClain was the child of Cyrus Robinson Hunter, born
7-10-1858
at Homer Ohio. Died at Elk City OK. 7-6-1932, married 12-21-1881 to IDA
Caroline Sellers born 2-18-1859, at Homer Ohio, died at Elk City OK. on
8-15-1920.   IDA C. Sellers was the child of Christian Sellers, born
11-19-1814 at Knob Co. Ohio. died at Homer Ohio on 5-6-1900 married
8-17-1848
to Elizabeth Ann Edman born 7-4-1825 at Licking Co. Ohio. died at Homer
Ohio
on 3-20-1887. Christain Sellers was the child of Jacob Sellers born 1785 at
Green County Pa. died at Knob County on 1846, married Mary Beam, born on
12-18-1790 Va. died at Knob County Ohio, on 1878. Jacob Sellers was the
child
of Christain Sellers, born about 1747 at Germany. died at Franklin Twp
Green
County Pa. about 1834-39. Married about 1777/78/79. to Susannah Hill. Born
on
1757 at_________.died at Franklin Twp, Green County Pa. by 1834.-- ( This
is
where some of the Horn papers come in, I think.) The said Christain Sellers
was the child of Jacob Sellers born on 1696 at (hard to read) Weinbreirn
Germany. died at Fayette County Pa. on 1768 married on 1723 to Katherine
Reiler born on 1698. At Germany. Died at Bedford Pa on 1769.  The said
Jacob
Sellers or Sellaire was the child of Christain Sellers born on 1661. at
German
y, died at Germany on ________. married about 1682. to _________.The said
Christain Sellers    (Sellaire) was the child of Hans Rudolph Sellaire.
born
on _______-. ( She left this blank, Marie, remember that in the year of
1951,
she would not had access to a computer, she could had gone to Salt Lake for
this information, I just don't know. Any way on the date of 8-22-96 I ran
this name on the computer, at the Mormon library hear at Peoria, I will put
an X. by what I found.) Hans Rudolph Sellaire born X1637 at X Zweibruecken,
Pfalz,Bayern.  Germany. died at Germany.  Hans Rudolf Sellaire was the son
of_______.  XHans Henrich Sellaire.  Then she has (House Of de Cella) X
which
means House of the Sellaire.  She list some of her sources, Christain
Sellers
Will book #2 pg.103 Family records Green County, Rogersville Pa. Cemetery,
monument gone in small cemetery, now open pasture field. His wife Susanna
living in 1817, signature on land deed-also living in 1820 when census
taken,
but not whenhe wrote his Will, in 1834. She then list Samuel Bates Book,
pg.484, also article no. 23 by L.K.Evan. And the Horns Papers vol.1
pg.122-135. The Applicant sign this May 24, 1950. Before I forget Lous
McClain Clark husband's name was or is? Edmound D. Clark Residence Elk
City,
OK. Now again Marie, please don't take any offense at this letter, it is
just
an idea, that I want to bounce off of you. Hopping to get some feed back
from
you on this. No matter which choice you make.
 fdh-  Dennis Haun



DENNIS - The Last part of this letter may pertain to the ZELLER family -
But,
don't believe Hans had a child CHRISTIAN? look around at =
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/kevin.htm
And there may be more info on the BERKS CO, PA page and the NEW YORK page -
believe links to those pages.
DAR papers are Like Any document = You re-research it yourself - Sorry,
Many are
Not correct. Perhaps, it was all the info they had at that time. We are
fortunate
to be getting newer,better material.

BUT, Christian SELLERS in Greene Co, PA son of JACOB? according to Wash,
Greene
CO, PA wills, land, etc
And according to Ten Mile Creek

Even the Horn papers (which are suppose to be Not Authentic, Not True) on
Some
families = are the same People we come up with?

Have you been to our Greene Co, PA pages=
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/pagreene.htm
and Wash Co, PA pages =
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/pawash.htm

I believe these documents show this?
WHERES ALL our Green/Washington Co, PA researchers - They can Explain it
much
better than me.
BUT, did we ever find the immigrant JACOB SELLERS, - Is he the one that
came in
1729?
IMMIGRANTS =
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/immigran.htm

IF ANYONE knows Exactly where any  of these immigrants belong - PLEASE
ADVISE - so
we can make a link on their name to where they go.
marie, iowa



DENNIS - will check MISSOURI - my info would only be indexed on SELLERS-
Do you use USGEN WEB? go to States-go to Counties and search online sources and you can do free lookups-
You can redo Your page when you get all organized - mainly, the info is there and people can find you. The State/County links probably help the most
Thanks, marie, iowa
===========

FDHaun@aol.com wrote:

Hi Marie. Hear is some of the information that you had ask for. " Peoria
Daily Transcript. May 28, 1887," The Funeral of the late Mrs., Sellers
(Eleanor White.and widow of ASA Sellers) Took place from the residence 908
First St. Age 81. died of Paralysis of the brain. A daughter Mrs., (Mary)
Meredith resided with her. A son David, lives in the upper part of the city.
A daughter Mrs. (Elizabeth) Johnson WHO's resides at Cremer, was also
present. Another daughter who resides in Hancock County (Sarah Kee.) could
not attend. Two son's in Kansas could not be reached.(Asa & ? )
 The Peoria Journal Star. Jan, 15, 1904.--Mary (Sellers) Meredith died Jan,
09, 1904. Living with her daughter Mrs. Loren (Annie) Moody.-704 Mc Reynows
St. Mrs. Meredith was 63-3-24. She died of Rheumatism. Mrs. Meredith was born
in Green County, Pa. And had lived in this city for some time. She had three
children, Annie M. (Now Mrs., Moody. Born. 3-08-1874.) Mauld, ( born 1888 )
and a son Henry M. who died. (10-21-1880, age 1-1-0). Mr., Henry J. Meredith
died 4-13-1888. (age 44.

Elizabeth (Sellers) Johnson. I could find no obituary for Elizabeth, so
information taken from her grave stone, and from her husband's obituary. From
grave stone, at cemetery at Triveli, Ill. Elizabeth Johnson, born Dec, 20,
1831. died Feb, 19, 1895. This grave stone is a large stone, with her name on
one side, and her husband on the other side, and names of two of there
children on each end of it. Obituary taken from the Glasford Ill, Gazettes
News. Ephraim R. Johnson-Born Feb, 29, 1828 at Coshocton County Ohio. He died
July 13. 1906, at the home of his son Asa M. Johnson at Glasford Ill. He
married a Miss Elizabeth Sellers 1852 in Coshocton Ohio she died about 12
years ago. They had 9 children. surveying children are, Owen and William of
Elmwood Ill, ASA M. of Glasford, John of Macedonia, Mrs. Thomas (Jane) Homan
of Wichita Ks, Mrs. Ella Shepler of Peoria, Ill. Attending funeral ASA and
Jim Sellers, Loren Moody and wife all from Peoria Ill. Burial will be at
Trivoli Ill. cemetery
(A small portion of son ASA M. Johnson obituary.) ASA M. died March 28, 1947,
age 90. he was born in Coshocton County Ohio on June 24, 1856, son of E& E.
Johnson when he was the age about 7, his parents moved from Ohio to Copper
Church, Glasford Ill.

The Peoria Journal, March 28, 1910.-David Sellers-Died at his residence 1838
North Madison Ave. Sunday morning at 2. oclock. age (hard to read) 73 or 75
years. The decedent was one of the oldest a best known carpenters in the
city. He was born in Green County Pa. 1836. In 1856 he married Miss Sarah
Johnson at Coshocton Ohio. And in 1871 came to Peoria, where he resided up to
the time of his death. His widow, one daughter Arimathes Crandall, and four
sons, Andrew, Justin, Emmit and Charles survive him. The evening paper has,
born April 09, 1836.-& marriage Aug, 27, 1856.
    Marie, before giving Sarah (Sellers) Kee, obituary, I have some update,
that I am hoping that you might check out for me. I was told that Andrew J.
Kee and Sarah had gotten a divorce about the last of 1880, s and that he
moved to Joplin Mo. and that most of the children had moved to Joplin, with
there father. this is where daughter Mary E. might had married a Sellers.
Could you please check this out for me.
  The Cartage Republican News, March 29, 1922.      ( Hancock County Ill.)
Miss Sarah Sellers was born at Waynesburg Pa. in Sept, 19, 1832, And departed
this life at the home of her daughter Mrs. Charles Bellville (she might had
married in Joplin Mo. also) March 22, 1922. Age 89 and 6 months and 10
days.She came with her parents to Ohio. Later coming to Ill. She was united
in marriage to Andrew L. Kee. May 1, 1853. They settled in Harmony Twp. east
of Bentley Ill. Where a family of 9 children were born. Mr. Kee and five of
the children preceded her in death. Those living are Mrs. Mary E. Sellers of
Pratt, Ks. Mrs. Charles Bellville of Carthage Ill. and Mrs., Viola Michaelis
of Chicago, Ill. and one son, L. J.  Kee of Plymouth Ill. and a number of
grandchildren. She was laid to rest March 24th. at Harmony Cemetery. Marie, I
was thinking, it might be that Mary (Kee) Sellers died in Joplin Mo. for I
was told that Andrew J. or L. had married a Miss, Belle, last name?  and he
had died in Joplin, MO. I can't find some of the other children, they too
might had moved and died in Joplin. Hear are the list of what children's
names that I have. 1860 Ill. census, Mary age 5, William age 3, Elijh 5/12
all born Ill. -- 1880 Ill. census. William Kee age 23, Bell Kee age 20, Villa
Kee age 15, and Luther Kee age 10.  Marie, I can't seem to find ASA, and his
wife Elizabeth, nor Thomas J. obituaries. My sister must have them at her
home. I saw my web site, thank you. it was not what I quite expected, not
very professional looking, but that was my fault, but it sure brings out my
bad grammar and spelling. But if it does the job, what the heck. talk with
you later. Have a good day.   fdh.      Dennis.


Subject:
        Sellers Family of Illinos 1900 Census
   Date:
        Thu, 2 Mar 2000 02:08:25 EST
   From:
        FDHaun@aol.com
     To:
        mari@netins.net
    CC:
        MeJMS@aol.com
 
 
 

Hi Marie, I first want to thank you for that information, that you sent to
me
yesterday. Subject- Asa Sellers of Bond County Ill. 1850 Census. I do
believe
that this is the same one mention in George Sellers 1837. Will. You sent to
Jim S. and myself an e-mail about the subject of the location of "Middle
Island" you wrote that there was also one to be found in Ohio, as well as
Tyler County W.V. The information that this Frank Sellers sent to you,
which
you forward on to me about this Asa Sellers, and that his ( Asa) father
died
when he was about the age of three, and then his mother died when he was
about the age of 5. Also he being born in the year of 1827, this young Asa
would had been age of about 10, when George's Will was written up. also as
I
read this Will, to me, it sounded that this "Middle Island" was close
enough
to Green County, that whoever read this Will, should had known this said
location. I have been told that this creek, is one of, if not the longest
running creek in the state of VA. Marie, I don't know what your policy is
about giving out names, and e-mail addresses, but you have my permission to
give this Frank Sellers mine if you see fit. for I have some additional
information on this Asa Sellers wife and children that he might like to
have.
Now for some of the information that you are looking for on the Sellers in
the 1900 Illinois Census that you e-mail me this day. We will start out
with
this Asa Sellers age 73 Pa.  Mont. County Ill. With wife Josephine age 63
ILL. &, etc., please just look at the information that you sent me
yesterday
on this Asa Sellers, this is the one and same family. Next, This Asa
Sellers
age 56, Pa. Adams Co....... ILL.-Soldiers Home. This is my ASA,(# 2.) born
in
Green County 1843. The same one listed age 8, in the 1850 Coshocton County
Census. He had just returned from the state of Ks. and was trying to get
his
Army pension.( or maybe I should say myGreat Great Grandfather).  Next,
Thomas (J.) James Sellers age 31, Ill. wife Margarete E. =
(Ella )( Hillier) Sellers, age 28, ILL. and children Frederick M. age 9,
Ill.
& Fay H. age
4, Ill. This is Asa #2 son, or I should say my Great Grandfather and
Grandmother. This is the one that I wrote to you about, that married in the
year 1890, Feb, 5th. while living in Pittsburgh, Ks. With his parents, also
his sister Ella Sellers age 16, married a James M. Watkins age 22. of
Pittsburgh date Dec. 02, 1886 married in Pittsburgh. The children of ASA
and
Elizabeth (Timberline.) Sellers listed in the Kansas Agricultural Census
for
the state of Ks. ( these census were taken at five year
intervals-1865,1875,
and 1885, etc. were Thomas 16, M. Ill.- Ella 14, F. Ill.-Fred 12, M. Ill.-
George 6 M. Ill.- and David 4 M. Ill.--( Now I want to keep this simple. )
Eleanor (White.) Sellers, wife of Asa # 1 who married Asa in Green County
Pa,
about the year
1828-29. and who was the mother of Asa #2. died in Peoria, Ill. May 28,
1887
, age
81,( which would had made her age 43 or 44 in the 1850 Coshocton County
Census
not "63" and her husband Asa #1 age 45 or 46, not "66" For Asa was born
about
1805-06 in Green County, and his father George was born between1770-80, all
one has to do is to look at the 1830 & 40 census of Green County  for Asa
and
Eleanor,
And for his father George who was living next door to Asa in the 1830
census,
which
has George age listed as between 50-60. Now for the 1840 census of Green
County
Asa and Eleanor is listed between age 30-40 with small children, and one of
his brothers living with them, as well as Eleanor parents living with them.
Next door to
Asa, ( George died 1837 ) you have Asa's brother George as head of the
house
hold
 another brother, his sister Mary Iams, and her young daughter, and mother
Mary
(George's widow) this is the way that George's will was made up.---- IM
sorry
Marie,
 that I got off of the track of the 1900 census, but you seem to have the
mindset that
in the Ohio 1850 census that Asa is age 66, and Eleanor is age 63. I have
photo
copies of these census'and I do agree that the age's are a hard call to
make,
but 2 of
 the 3 genealogy ladies that has sent me these census has made the call of
46&43
or 44 &43. I am not sure who made up the 1830 census that is on the web
site
of
Net/Showcase/ Sellerfamily/pagreene. htm. for my George and Mary Sellers,
but
they have them mixed up with the family of George and Elizabeth Sellers.
one
only has to
look at the 1820 census of George and Elizabeth, they are listed age 45+
and
the
age of there children,  then look at the same 1820 census of my George and
Mary
 there age's 26-45 and the ages of there children, all of there children
were
born after
1800. And you know that you can't say the same for the children of George
and
Eliz.
And this can't be G. & E. son George though he was born in 1787, he never
married
until the year of 1821-22, and that was to Phoebe Cruse. And if one follows
the tax
records from 1808 there are only two George's listed #1 is the son of
Christian and
Eliz. Sellers, which is George who married Eliz. and the other George is
the
son of
Christian and Susannah Sellers, namely George who married Mary. by 1809
young
George shows up on the tax records, son of G.&E. young George is age 21-22.
and
single, and from 1809--1821 there are only 3 George's listed. 2 married and
one single, and on the 1821 tax record it has George of George married. so
we
know that
George of G.&E. was not married before he married Phoebe. I have work for
over 4 years trying to get all of this correct. If you find me wrong on
this
please let me know,
for I can find my mistake.----------Now back to  the questions about the
1900
Ill. census. As I said that this Thomas J. is the son of Asa#1 and was my
Gr., Gr., Grandfather, his son listed as Frederick M. AGE 9. is or was my
Grandfather, for I carry his
name Frederick Dennis. Frederick M. had 3 children Marguerite Ella Sellers,
born at
Peoria, Ill. March 18, 1918, which was my mother. ( I will fill in the
blank
spaces later)
Next.-- Andrew J. Sellors, age 36. Ill. I believe it should be Sellers, For
Asa#1 had a
son David age 11, in the 1850 Ohio census, David had a son born in 1864
named
Andrew, but please hold off on this until I can check it out./ Next- Asa C.
Sellers age 36, Ohio with wife Rosa, 34, Ill. This is for sure one of David
Sellers son's
For just 3 months ago, I was doing some research on David's 1919 probate
records,
and it had 2 of David son's were dead, Frank and Asa, and it listed the 5
children that
Asa left, they were Bessie, Minnie, Justin (or Jessie) Sarah and Gordon. If
you were
to pull up the 1880 Ill. census on David Sellers and wife Sarah, it will
also
list the names and age of his 7 children, or I can send them to you later.
I
also have some
information on a Samuel Sellers from Ohio that lived and died in Montgomery
County
Ill. but it is late, and I can't seem to find the papers, so I don't know
if
this is the same
Samuel that you have listed. IM hoping that this might fill in some of the
blanks that you have. Hoping to hear from you soon. Dennis Haun of Peoria,
ILL.
p.s. Above, I started to tell you about Eleanor (White) Sellers obituary,
as
I said that
she died in May have 1887, it had that only two son could not make it to
the
service, for they were in the state of Ks. The 1850 Ohio census list only
four boys, George, David, Asa and Thomas J. Son David was there for the
service, and we Know that son
Asa was in Ks. You ask where was this family after the 1850 Ohio census. I
wish that I could answer that. I know that they were in the same county,
for
daughter Eliz,
married in said county year 1852, daughter Sarah married in 1853, son David
married
in 1856 and young Asa enlisted in the Army in 1861. Young Asa came back to
same
county in the first part of 1863, and going by his pension records, they
left
for Illinois
late in the year of 1863. Young Asa married in the year of 1865  in Ill. I
have yet to find them listed in the 1870 Ill. census. It is only in the
1880
Ill. census that I find them again. But then the only boys listed was David
and Asa. And as I said Eleanor
obituary list only three son's David in Peoria, Asa in Pittsburgh Ks. So
which boy was
still alive and living in Ks. George or Thomas J.??  Good Night.  it is now
about 1 A.M.



Hi Marie, I first want to thank you for this latest information that you
sent
to me on the 1910 Joplin, MO Census. Is there any way that you might get
the
1900 census of the Sellers in Joplin, MO? Reason, there is no doubt in my
mind that we are on the right trail. But we still don't know the name of
the
Sellers, that Mary E. Kee married. It seems that by 1910 Mary is either a
widow, or she is divorce. I know that I have a lot more research to do, but
I
wanted to pass on to you what I found. If you recall the 1920 census that
you
sent me on Pratt Ks. It had a Merry E. Sellers 65, Ill. living with Sarah
Kerg? 87, Ohio. That should have been Kee, and from Pa.  Also listed living
in Pratt Ks. Was a Claud Sellers age 34, from MO? And a Harry A. Sellers
age
22, Ks. Now compare the 1910 Joplin Mo. census that you sent to me. Mary
Sellers age 55, Ill. is listed with a Mary Sellers age 21, Mo. and Claud
Sellers age 25, MO. Also, or I should say next, is in the same census
Joplin
1910. Is listed a George Sellers age 46, Ill. with wife Lizze Sellers age
38,
Mo. and the children listed.  Now if you remember I wrote you about a
George
Sellers age 26, from Cherokee County Ks. That married a Lizze Thomas age 18
from Jasper Co..... Mo. date of marriage Jan, 31, 1890. I had wrote to
Cherokee Co. Ks. back in 1995, about this George and Lizze Sellers, but
they
had no information on them. According to this 1910 census that you sent,
this
couple was living somewhere in Ks, if not Cherokee Co. for there first two
children were born in Ks. Ages 18, & 14, and there third child age 11, was
born in MO. I wanted to get this information off to you, I am hoping that
you
might be able to get this 1900 census of Joplin Mo. for me. And I will keep
trying to trace these people (Sellers) down. Have a good evening. fdh?
Dennis

DENNIS
OK - 1850 COSH CO, OH =
ASA and ELEANOR SELLERS with dau SARAH  born ca 1832
AND  COSH CO, OH marriages =
SARAH SELLERS married 5-3-1853 ANDREW I. KEE

AND 1860 PEORIA CO. IL =
ANDREW KEYS, PAGE 394, RICHWOODS
MORRIS SELLERS, PAE 311, 4W PEORIA

1860/1870 PEORIA CO, IL on KEYS/SELLERS = NEED CENSUS/MARRIAGE/ INFO/

1870 PEORIA CO, IL =
KEYS?
SELLERS?

1880 PEORIA CO, IL =( only have SELLERS extractions)
NEED KEYS INFO
AND ALSO ANY DIVORCE COURT INFO = probably lists all kids - maybe not if adults -
but, we don't know Date of Divorce

SELLERS = Only Show Asa SELLERS 1844
Maybe More? WILL Reread/Post

===
NOW our 1900/1910 JASPER CO, MO only showed SELLERS= NO KEES
    AND we MUST have KEE Index to know Where SARA /Andrew KEES are=

OK - I see =1910 JASPER CO, MO =
CLAUD SELLERS 25 MO
MARY 21 MO
MARY 55 IL
====
Don't Know - Keep Checking - msh

======

1920 PRATT CO, KS = the
MARY E. SELLERS 65 IL living with SARA KERG? 87 OH, MOTHER

Also In Pratt Co =NOT SAME HOUSE
CLAUD SELLERS 34 MO
MAYME 30 MO
THOMAS 8 MO

HARRY A. 22 KS=NOT SAME HOUSE
PEARL M. 21 KS
LOREN H. 1-2/12 KS
============

WE NEED a CENSUS SCHEDULE on each FAMILY
and We don't have SELLERS INFO on these 1860/70 CENSUS either=
WE NEED = SO we Know Where to Search these Counties/States

NOT too much Info here - Need More- But, I kinda see What You are Thinking-
Need More Info -
THANKS, marie, iowa
=====

FDHaun@aol.com wrote:

Hi Marie, Yes we had a Sarah Sellers, daughter of Asa and Eleanor (White)
Sellers. Sarah was born in Green County Pa. Sept, 19, 1832. Sarah Sellers
married an Andrew Kee in Coshocton County Ohio date May 1, 1853. Andrew and
Sarah (Sellers) Kee moved to Ill. 1854. They had a daughter Mary E. Kee born
1855, Ill. Andrew and Sarah sometime in the mid 1880s got divorced. Andrew
and most of the children moved to Joplin, MO. It seems that daughter Mary E.
married a Sellers in Joplin Mo. about 1884, for the 1910 Joplin Census, or
Sellers marriage, that you sent me has Mary Sellers age 55 from Ill. living
in her house hold was a son Claud Sellers age 25, from Mo. and a daughter
Mary age 21, born MO. What happened to Mary's husband, ?? either Mary E ( Kee
) Sellers was herself divorce by the year 1910, or she was a widow. Marie,
did you say, that you did not have the 1880-1900 Sellers marriage in Joplin,
MO. Or you just haven't had the chance to check them out?  It would be nice
to know just who the Sellers was that Mary E. Kee married, but if you can't
find said information. then so be it.-- Marie, I sent Jim the direction to
the Sellers Cemetery in Springhill, Green County, for now all we can do is
sit back and wait. fdh. Dennis
Subject:
        Kee Family, Illinois & Huffman Washington Co. Pa.
   Date:
        Thu, 16 Mar 2000 23:02:48 EST
   From:
        FDHaun@aol.com

Hi Marie, to the question you ask, who was this Andrew Keys in Peoria, Ill.
years 1860-80. IM sorry that I can't help you out on that, nor, who was
this
Morris Sellers who was living in Peoria, 1860-70. If I get a chance, I will
go to Peoria, Library and do some research on this Morris S. As for my
Andrew
and Sarah Kee, they were living in  McDonough County Ill. when the 1860
census was taken. On said census it has, Andrew Kee. 27, Ohio--wife Sarah
(Sellers) Kee. 27, Pa.-Mary Kee 5, Ill.-William Kee 3, Ill. & Elija Kee
5/12
Ill. In the 1880 census of Hancock County. Ill. Harmony Twp. I found listed
William Kee 23, Ill.--Bell w.f. 20, Ill.--Viola Kee. 15 Ill. & Luther Kee.
age 10. Ill. (Just where Andrew and Sarah were at this date?) but William
is
listed as the head of the household hear. In Sarah (Sellers) Kee, 1922,
obituary, Hancock County Ill. it has that she gave birth to 9 children. How
many live to adult hood?  But the obituary has that 5 children and her
husband preceded her in death. The Kee family (that is Andrew L. or J.
Kee,parents) I will give you some history.--William KeeJr., 1-5-1806 in
Washington County Maryland. He married a Mary Fisher date 11-11-1830. In
Brownsville, Pa, William and Mary Kee, lived in Va. for 18 months, which is
now part of W.V. They then moved to Coshocton County Ohio, where there 7
children were born. Andrew Jackson 8-18-1832, Sarah Eleanor 10-4-1834,
James
5-14-1837. Elizabeth Ann 1-22-1839, Martha Jane 7-13-1842, Mary Elizabeth
1-17-1845 and Samuel born 3-7-1847. This whole family lived in said county
in
Ohio, for 22 years, when they moved to Fulton County Ill. year 1853. One
year
later, they moved to McDonough County, Ill. (This Mary E. born 1845, was
the
Mary E. Kee that married Henry Albert Maxwell in McDonough County Ill. year
9-19-1867.)-----As for my Sellers clan, ASA and family moved hear (Peoria)
some time in the early 1870s for none of my Sellers clan, ( none of Asa and
Eleanor White Sellers children) are listed in Peoria's census for the year
1870----This 1880 index for Cole County MO. on Thomas J. Sellers age 33 Pa,
and Mary E. age 25 Ill. and children Raymon 8, Ca. and Minnie 5 Ca.--as
well
as this 1900 index for Henry Co., MO. On F. J Sellers or T. J.  Sellers age
52, Pa. and Mary E. age 45, Ill, and Minnei L. 25 Ca. and Claud O. age 15
Mo.
sound's very promising, sense it also lines up with the 1920 census that
you
sent me on Pratt, Ks =Mary E. Sellers age 65, Ill. living with her mother
Sarah Kerg?=Kee age 87. Oh. = Pa. & this Claud Sellers age 34, MO. (What
are
the odds that this is not the same family ??)  But IM not going to hold my
breath. I am sure hoping that someone will come up with the 1870 index of
Jeff. twp. On this F. J.  or T. J.  Sellers. T. J.  and Mary might not had
been married in the year of 1870, sense there oldest child, was born about
1872. but as you wrote, maybe the 1870 census will tell where T. J.
parents were from.------------



DENNIS - THANKS - It Helps me understand and SEE THEM - Our Need =
1860 70 CENSUS to connect CORRECT families.
marie, iowa

Hi Marie, I don't know if you can help me to find this information. Soon
after I got on line with my computer, and was trying new web sites on
genealogy. I came upon this information (from where )? but hear is what I
wrote down. " George W. Sellers, birth 1835 Pa. Married a Sarah C. Fletcher
marriage date 1860. She was born in Ill. year 1843. I believe that this was
all the information that it gave. No state of where the marriage took
place,
maybe Ill. My George, the son of Asa and Eleanor (White) Sellers. Which
list
a son George born about 1835 Pa. (that's in the 1850 Coshocton Co?... Ohio
census ). We know by Eleanor's obituary in Peoria, date May 21, 1887, that
only three son's were listed as living, Asa, David and (if this Thomas J.
Sellers in Mo. pans out, the 1880 and 1900, Mo. census) then the third son
living was Thomas J. If this is my George Sellers, then we know that he
died
before 1887. I also have written down Oak Hill Cemetery, so maybe this is
applying to Illinois. I know that this is not much to go on, and I must
admit
that I don't know how your Sellers Marriage index works. but hopping that
you
can find time to check this out for me.  Have a good day.
fdh? Dennis 



DENNIS -
Didn't see a SELLERS/FLETCHER marriage, but some of these Indexes do NOT
show ALL
COUNTIES.
1880 PIKE CO, IL =
GEO SELLERS 45 PA
SARAH C. 37 IL
ABRAHAM 19IL
EDGAR E. 14 IL
ROBERT F. 12 IL
LENORE 9 IL
ALBERTA 2 IL

DAVID SELLERS 58 PA
ELIZI 54 IN
ELCANY? 23m IL
ALICE 21 IL
JACKSON 20 IL
ELIZA RALE? 8 IL ad
ELINS SELLERS 48 PA BROTHER

KNOW any of these?

LOOKS LIKE they should be in IL in 1860?