ENGLAND = SELLERS


http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/search/advanced_search.aspx?searchtext=april 2008

 

Origins Network News- July 2006: Yorkshire now available on 1841 England and Wales Census www.britishorigins.com =

http://www.britishorigins.com/1841census-comparison.aspx

==================

YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND

DERBYSHIRE, ENGLAND

HEREFORD, ENGLAND

GLOUCESTER = JOE'S PAGE

CHESHIRE

DEVON, ENGLAND

JEN'S PAGE Cleckheaton area of Bradford

JENNY'S PAGE  - Nottingham

ALAN'S PAGE - Belper Dbys

JILL'S PAGE - Manchester

SHELLEY'S PAGE - chapel en le frith - mottram - Tintwisle - Stalybridge

RON'S PAGE Leeds

JAMES1756

VICKIE'S PAGE

ALICE'S PAGE

MARILYN'S PAGE

SANDRA'S PAGE - Pickering, Yorkshire Co

LYNN'S PAGE

MIKE'S PAGE  - St Ives, Cornwall

KAREN'S PAGE

HERB SOLEM PAGE

SANDIE'S PAGE(Dist of GLOUCESTER, SOUTH HAMLET)

SUSAN'S PAGE

KITTY'S PAGE Yorkshire

LISA'S PAGE   Womersley, North Yorkshire

RON'S PAGE - Yorkshire

EILEEN'S PAGE - Wales

Ugglebarnby 1840- ENGLAND?

JOAN'S PAGE - Wirksworth, Derby

GARY'S PAGE - Scotland ? Scarborough Yorkshire co

DAN'S PAGE Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, Grantham,  England
                         New Zealand

MARYLAND = Worchester

MARYLAND = WESTMINSTER

PATRICK'S PAGE = Debryshire

JIM'S PAGE = Nafferton, Yorkshire,

DAVID'S PAGE = Yorkshire

SCOTLAND

"Jacinta Knight"   cinta@alphalink.com.au             London, England C1817

DOUG'S PAGE = YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND

LUBETH'S PAGE = High Wycombe - Bucks - Buckinghamshire - Marlow?

TRUDY RAE'S PAGE  to Australia

ROBIN'S PAGE - Devon, England

LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND

MIKE'S PAGE= Devon

LONDON, ENGLAND

GREAT BRITAIN

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND

PAT'S PAGE = BLACKPOOL, ENGLAND

STAFFORDSHIRE

DOUG'S PAGE = Devonshire

HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND
   From:
       "Pat" <makjeerra@bigpond.com
Groom's. Check out the new pages by  looking at the link on  Baptisms,
Marriages & Burials page. URL is
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hampshirenames/

Email makjeerra@bigpond.com
WEB SITES:
For researchers of family history in Hampshire
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hampshirenames/
Part of my family history
http://www.communigate.co.uk/hants/galesofhampshire/index.phtml

Origins Network News: February 2005
* Inheritance Dispute Index, over 26,000 records: 1574-1714 
* Probate Records, over 35,000 records
Both datasets are now exclusively available to British Origins subscribers! (www.britishorigins.com)
* Inheritance Dispute Index (1574-1714): over 26,000 records



FreeBMD UPDATE. http://FreeBMD.RootsWeb.com/ (FreeBMD is
transcribing the birth, marriage and death indexes of England
and Wales 1837-1900 and placing the searchable database on the
Web for free access.) 



I have some experience researching in England and first and foremost you
should know that their equivalent to our National Archives is Kew Library.
They have fabulous records there though not much on line that will help this
far back I'm sorry to say.

   As for ships records, I believe those are really hit and miss,but for
folks that were mandated to go there should be court records. The County
(shire) would be very helpful,infact I don't know how one would go about
searching without some knowledge of where they need to search.

  A good place to begin learning about reasearch in England or anywhere else
in the world is  www.worldgenweb.org

Good luck,
Pati
JPM6966@aol.com


If any of you are researching in England, here is an address for over one million wills online at:

 

http://www.documentsonline.pro.gov.uk/wills.asp

 

Saw this on another list and thought it interesting.

Jan Lund

genhelp@worldnet.att.net

 

 

============
   From:
        Ron <rdpaark@aol.com>

  GC-Shire of Worcestershire, England Query Forum
URL:      http://genconnect.rootsweb.com/gc/England/Worcestershire/1028

Surname: Sollers, Sollars

Looking for info on Sollers Family in Kempsey,UK around 1500



CHESHIRE-L@rootsweb.com
MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF ST.OSWALD'S,  CHESTER.
[334] p.134 1626
John Sellers and Marie Ambrose, Dec., 26
======
Chester StOsw Marriages 1678-9
SAMNELL SELLERS of Littleton of Christleton parish
and MARY BENNETT of Wervin of St.Oswald's parish
Feb.24



Middlesex England Parish Records
http://www.enol.com/~infobase/gen/parish/
<A HREF="http://www.enol.com/~infobase/gen/parish/">Middlesex England
Parish Records..1563 ~1895</A> 



From:
        Eddie Bennett <emb4@tutor.open.ac.uk>
     To:
        WMFHSwebmaster@dchilds.clara.net, SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com, mark@sprignall.freeserve.co.uk,
        cyndihow@oz.net

Dear Site Owner/Web Master,

I see that you have a link on your site to the Middlesex Marriages. Please
note that this link is now dead, since the host - enol.com - has
disappeared from cyberspace.

I am now hosting this index on my site. please change your link to:-

http://pages.britishlibrary.net/eddie.bennett/Mddx/covering_page.htm

Regards,

Eddie

ps/ SELLERS - there is a link on
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/england.htm

ps/ as you can see, I have only picked up on a few linking sites. If you
know of any other sites with a link to Middlesex Marriages, (I have
covered GENUKI) then please pass this information on.



BISHOPS CLEEVE 1851 CENSUS, Gloucestershire

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/GLS/CensusRecords/Winchcombe/bishopscleeve51.html



ancestor came from England, but do not know a certain locality?
 I have just found a website of the Society of Genealogists in England that has some
very helpful "Leaflets".  I found the ones entitled "Notes for Americans on
tracing their British Ancestry"  and "Surnames" to be quite informative.
The site is at
http://www.sog.org.uk/leaflets.



 England websites

        http://www.britishislesgenweb.org/

       http://freereg.rootsweb.com/



Web site for the
Public Records Office of the National Archives of England,
Wales and the United Kingdom.

http://www.GenealogyBulletin.com/HTML/cyndi.html



From:
        David Sellers <Tekki@Hotbot.com>
http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/England/GreaterLondon?read=1663
Subject:  London Ancestors

I have found a site that may be of some use to you if you can't get to
London:

http://members.tripod.co.uk/Thenandnow/index.html




JOY = SOLLARS from Shepscombe/Painswick area
Joy Ryan (nee SOLLARS) NSW Australia
        Jeff & Joy Ryan <jrbeck@crt.net.au>


   From:
        Paul Honey <Paul@Honey38.freeserve.co.uk>
     County of Kent, England Query Forum

Surname: Sellers, Smith, Mardon, Mathews, Cucker, Baker, Butcher
-------------------------

Seeking any Honeys from Mereworth or East London

Link:  The Honey Homepage
 URL:  <http://members.tripod.co.uk/PaulHoney/index.html>



if you know any
Sellers from Cornwall, advise them to contact the Murdoch House in Redruth,
Cornwall.  It's a converted historical house to a museum and they have
lotsa
information there, at least on my family.:
         M.S.Tangye@exeter.ac.uk

Thanks again - good hunting,

Mike
ekimnagrom@mindspring.com



We also recommend "Your English Ancestry" for more English research
resources:
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JOHN SOLLERS, founder of Maryland family from Gloucester,ENGLAND,probably WORCESTERSHIRE =



There is a note in this margin that according to Boyd's Marriage Index for England and Wales a William Sellers married Eln Bulcock in 1737 at Downham, Lancashire, England. We are looking up more info on William.
LINDA and GAYLOR
apache@centuryinter.net



DERBYSHIRE, ENGLAND

PA/CHESTER CO

===========

From Terri Leinneweber [mterril@rcn.com]

A collection of old English county maps
county maps from the 18th Century - on CD

===============

 

 

 



   From:
        "Geoff Lowe" <Geoff_Lowe@hotmail.com>

The following subsidy for 1597 is part of an original document held by
the Public Record Office, London. The PRO reference is: E179/153/510.

The first figure after each name is the amount assessed - the second
figure is the amount of tax - pd=pound. s=shillings. d=pence.

Figures in brackets indicate that the amount is
illegible/missing. The figure given is what should be present

Witton
Blofield hundred

Land
Richard .....MAN?    20s - 4s
John GEDNE    (20s) - (4s)
Arnold PANNELL    20s - 4s
Edward SELLERS    20s - 4s

Goods
Walter EDEN    5pd - 13s 4d
Thomas GINNE?    5pd - 13s 4d
 

Geoffers
Charlbury, Oxfordshire


   From:
        Druid Princess <liz@empirenet.com>

   LANARK-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [LKS] 1851 STRAYS N-Si

Born in SCOTLAND enumerated in ENGLAND:

SELLERS GEORGE Westminster Berwick St, Middlesex
SELLERS CHRISTANA Westminster Berwick St, Middlesex
SELLERS ALEXANDER Westminster Berwick St, Middlesex



        "Roger Bailey" <rogereb@fdn.co.uk>
 

Source:   ENG-WORCESTER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  CHARLES AND CAROLINE BAILEY
 

Seeking information on CHARLES and CAROLINE BAILEY. They were last found at
SNIGGS END, STAUNTON nr Ledbury in Gloucestershire on the 1881 census.
Charles was born in the parish of NEWENT in Gloucestershire in 1834 the son
of Thomas and Mary Ann Bailey (who were tenant farmers at Yates farm,
Newent, Sollars Hope Court in Herefordshire, Okle Clifford farm at Newent,
Nass Court farm at Lydney Glos., Zoons Court farm at Hucclecote Glos. and
finally ending up at the Brick House farm near Kempley in Glos.)
Charles married Caroline ? probably in Ledbury around 1859, (Methodism
making tracing difficult) and was in Newent in 1861. From then on they were
moving up through Worcestershire in Dudley, Swinford and Birmingham and
would seem to have reached Staunton in about 1880.
Children:
Thomas in Ledbury 1860
William in Newent 1862
Julia Ann at Welland in 1864
Hannah at Dudley in 1867
Henrietta at Dudley in 1868
Kate at Swinford in 1871
Daniel at Birmingham in 1880

Several years ago three gentlemen called at the Brick House farm at Kempley
and told the farmer that there ancestor Thomas Bailey (also my gg
grandfather) had lived there and that they came from Malvern. I have tried
to trace these gents but with no success. Does this information "ring a
bell" with anyone? I Would like to contact any descendant of this family,
there's quite a lot I can tell them!.

Roger E. Bailey
Near Ross on Wye, Herefordshire



        From:
             James Sellars <j.sellars@usa.net>
    I found this in a little book entitled "Everybody's Book of Epitaph's"
compiled by W. H. Howe. I found it in a furniture store of all places. ow
is the reference to a Isaac and Ann Sellers of North Derbtshire, England.

Jim Sellars
-------------------
pp173-174
In Egam Churchyard, North Derbyshire, is the following, which seems to
embody
a superstious belief respecting the death of one member of the family in
seven
years from the date of the death of another member of the family. Of
course
the lines were placed on the tomb after the event, and the safety of the
property was thus duly ensured: -

Here lise ye bodie of
ANN SELLERS,
buried on January 13th, 1731.
Likewise here lise
ISAAC SELLERS
my husband on my right,
who was buried on that same day seven years,
1738.
In seven years there come a change,
Observe and here you'll see
On that same day come seven years
My husband's
laid by me.


Hi to All,
  Would anyone have a Hannah ZELLERS  born 1866  Wales Marry a George
MORRIS,
came to Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia, Canada  in 1906?
Thanks
Eileen
bar.e@sk.sympatico.ca


 From: JanGulick@aol.com
To: VicMacd@aol.com
Cc: rwiggi@mcmail.com, hwiginton@email.msn.com
Subject: Samuel Buttall

Your gedcom submitted to aol library shows Randall Buttall born in Wrexham,
Denbigshire, Wales whose daughter Martha married Dr.Thomas Wynne born 1627
died 1692 married 1685 to Martha and Martha and Samuel born in Wales.
Would you have any additional information on the Buttall family? Would like
to thank you in advance and express appreciation for sharing your gedcom.
sincerely,
JanGulick
=====
Marie this is from the Sellers lines. Vickie / VicMacD@aol.com
= VICKIE'S PAGE 



 SELLARS: Betty.
* c.1785
* Yorkshire, England
Norma BLACKBURN
blackburn@hunterlink.net.au


Ron Sellers=<rojulian@enodoc17.freeserve.co.uk

I'm researching my forebears in the UK mostly
Engineers or CardMakers in the textile industry.
My Grandfather was James Henry Sellers b 1870
d 1930. He married Clara Walker in Jan 1891.
His father was John Sellers (engineer and artist) married Sarah Hol(d)royd.
The Father of John Sellers was Thomas Sellers (card Maker)who married Mary Briggs in 1839.
Thomas's father was James Sellers (Card Maker)
I haven't got birth dates/marriage dates/ or Death dates except where shown

The area of Yorkshire principally concerned is Cleckheaton. The parishes of Wike(?Wyke?) and
Birstall also promise to eventually produce leads.

I wonder did any of their brothers/sisters emigrate to America ? I'd be delighted to find a link.

Ron



Email:     euanpearsn@AOL.com

* Shaw 1783  WRY,ENG Bentley
* Rayner 1823  YKS,ENG Knottingley
* Sanderson 1690  YKS,ENG Church Fenton
* Sellers 1737  WRY,ENG Wyke, Scholes
* Overend 1737  WRY,ENG Scholes



CHANNEL-ISLANDS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  Strays 1881 Census
Vessel: "Warwick"
        Census Place:   Kingston-upon-Hull, York, England
        Source: FHL Film 1342155     PRO Ref RG11    Piece 4782    Folio 33
Page
        Marr    Age     Sex     Birthplace
Charles WARWICK U       26      M       Sunderland, Durham, England
        Occ:    Master
Henry HEUGHS    M       29      M       Jersey, Channel Islands
        Occ:    Mate
William SELLERS U       20      M       Sheffield, York, England
        Occ:    Third Hand
Alfred FRANKMAN U       22      M       Lynn, Norfolk, England
        Occ:    Deck Hand
William LUHEY   U       16      M       London, Middlesex, England
        Occ:    Cook

There are loads of ships listed - use one of the above names to get a fix
and have a look at the neighbours

Sue & Brian Nicholson  of  Lancashire
mailto:hurstead@bigfoot.com



YORKSHIRE/SHEFFIELD/ENGLAND
The Sheffield flood took place on Friday, March 11th 1864.
I have extracted the names from an account which appeared
in The Sheffield Mercury, on March 13th, 1864.

Friday March 11th was a very stormy and windy day.
The following people were involved before the Dale Dyke
reservoir gave way ......

Malin Bridge where more than 20 houses were lost in the space of a few
hundred yards and 102 lives were lost. The two bridges here also went
along with whole rows of cottages and grinding shops.

In a row of 12 cottages and two shops, the following were killed -
Joseph Crapper, his wife and child.
Mrs Etchell.
Joseph Goddard, wife and 2-3 children.
William Sellers and wife.
Henry Javesson, wife and son.
George Barrett, wife and child.
Ann Pearson.
Mr Price, wife and children, two servants and a lodger.
Ann Mount.
William Watson and family.
Thomas Spooner and family.
William Wolstenmore.
Mrs Caroline Sellers and Mr. Sellers.



   From:
        "Sandie Kneib" <skneib@tscnet.com>

Source:   GLOUCESTER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [GLS] Sollars/Baylis/Lander/Painter
 

In response to the rollcall:

   I am searching for info about Sam Sollars(born 1734?), who married Ann
PAINTER(born 1734) in 1761 and had children: Sarah, William, Ann, Samuel
and John Punter/Painter who went on to marry Elizabeth? and have a son:
    Joseph Sollars born abt 1797 Crangham or Painswick
married
    Charlotte Baylis born abt 1799
on April 6, 1820 in Gloucestershire.

They had 8 children:
    Hannah born abt 1821
    Joseph born July 1823
    Elizabeth born 1825
    Eliza born 1827
    Anne born 1831
    Emma born 1842
    Mary A. born 1850

    I am particularly interested in Joseph, who married a Caroline LANDER



Last Family:

Dwelling:       9 River St

Census Place:   Pendlebury, Lancashire, England

Source: FHL Film 1341943 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3949 Folio 95 Page 45

Marr    Age     Sex     Birthplace
Jane NICHOLLS   M       47      F       Ardwick, Lancashire, England

Rel:    Wife (Head)
Florence NICHOLLS       U       21      F       Pendleton, Lancashire,
England

Rel:    Daur

Occ:    Dressmaker
Cornelius NICHOLLS      U       18      M       Pendleton, Lancashire,
England

Rel:    Son

Occ:    Salesman (Und)
Harold D. NICHOLLS              2       M       Salford, Lancashire,
England

Rel:    Son
David SELLERS   U       20      M       Scotland

Rel:    Lodger

Occ:    Warehouseman
John SELLERS    U       22      M       Scotland

Rel:    Lodger

Occ:    Salesman (Und)

Drop me an e-mail if you require further look-up,s in the 1881 Census.

Regards: Trevor Lawton. Perth. W.A.
 

Link:  Trevor Lawton's Genealogy Homepage
 URL:  <http://www.arach.net.au/users/hlawton/Trevor>


   From:
        EuanPearsn@aol.com
       WEST-RIDING-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [WRY] Re: HODGSON/BENTLEY/PEARSONS

Hi Evelyn,

I, too, am interested in the above families.

I'm descended directly from Pearsons of Scholes, parish of Birstall, and
Wyke, nr Bradford (and possibly Coley/Northowram)

I'm descended indirectly from Hodgsons of Scholes and Wyke with possible
connections to Bolton (Bradford)/ Horton/Fairweather Green and Idle.

And my Pearsons and Sellers intermarried with Bentleys in Scholes.

Any help? Where do we start?

Kind Regards,

Euan (Pearson)

RESEARCHING: PEARSON, BROOK, SELLERS, OVEREND, HODGSON, THORNTON, BATEMAN,
CLEGG, DRAKE, TAYLOR, SUGDEN, GIBSON, WOOD: KNAPTON, JACKSON, RAYNER,
ATKINSON, POGMORE, CLARK, OLDRIDGE, SMITH 



"Joscelyn Nickerson" <jsn60@hotmail.com>
> -- To: chickflet@aristotle.net
> -- Subject: RE: Re: Sellers in Maury County, Tennessee
> -- Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 22:09:10 PDT
>
>
> Georgia,Please understand that I do not have any knowledge of where these
> people lived. They may be who you call Robert Sr. and his brothers James,
> and John, but they may not.
> What I have is an old family tree for which I can not vouch, but I tend
to
> think it is correct, except it leaves out all the females except my
> grandfather's two sisters.
>
> At the top it says"Robert Sellers and his three sons came to the United
> States in - from England" the date has been covered up. On the back it
says
> in 1680 from Yorkshire, England.
> On this tree it shows the three sons as A.Robert, B.James, and C.John. I
am
> a decendant of Robert. There are 4 generations listed for some of

 

uiosbvg
Robert's
> children.
> 2 generations listed for James, and none listed for John.
> Sons listed for A.Robert:
> A1.John, A2.Isaac, A3.Jacob,and A4.James,(no Robert Jr.)
>    no descendants listed for A1.John.
>     A2.Isaac's descendants
>       A2a. John
>       A2b. Robert
>       A2c.Isaac
>
>       A2a.John's descendant
>          2a1.William
>
>       A2b.Robert's descendants
>         A2b1.Isaac
>            A2b1a. Robt.B.
>            A2b1b. William H.
>            A2b1c. Eugene V.
>         A2b2. Robert
>            A2b2a. Dick
>            A2b2b. Isaac
>            A2b2c. Stewart
>                A2b2c1. Wm.
>            A2b2d. Robt.
>
>       A2c. Isaac's son
>         A2c1. Harvey
>
>     A3.Jacob's descendants
>       A3a.Robert( only child listed for Jacob)
>         A3a1. Wm. Harvey
>         A3a2. Finis
>         A3a3. John (no descendants listed)
>
>         A3a1. Wm Harvey's descendant's
>            A3a1a. Lee
>            A3a1b. Henry
>            A3aic. Rosa
>            A3a1d. Lilly
>
>         A3a2. Finis's descendants
>            A3a2a. Hagey
>            A3a2b. Robert
>
> Descendant's listed for B. James
>     B1. Robt.
>      B1a Luke
>
>     B2. Young
>     B3. James
>     B4. John
>      B4a William
>     B5. Isaac
>      B5a Isaac
>     B6. Har--ey (In the fold of the paper, so it is to hard to read.)
>     B7. Alvis
>     B8. Jackson
>     B9. Alford
>     B10. Carrol
>       B10a. LaFayette
>       B10b. Robert
>       B10c. Wesley
>       B10d. Robert(I don't know why there are 2 son's of Carrol named
> Robert unless the first one died, so they used the name over.)
>       B10e. Jeff. Davis
>     B11. Lafayette
>     B12. Francis


        From:
             "Joscelyn Nickerson" <jsn60@hotmail.com>

Georgia,
I agree with you. I don't think they came in 1680 either. 1710 seems to me
to be the earliest time. I don't know where the date originated, since the
date on the document is covered. I have always heard Yorkshire as the place
of origin.
 

----Original Message Follows----
From: chickflet <chickflet@aristotle.net>
Reply-To: SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com
To: SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: RE: Re: James and Robert Sellers of NC
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 18:46:42 -0600 Central Daylight Time

Jim, Joscelyn Sellers Nickerson is the one that says our Sellers are from
Yorkshire England.  She has an old family document that states this.  I
have
always heard that they are from Scotland, perhaps through England.
Joscelyn
states that they came to America in 1680 but based on the ages I have for
the 3 sons it was later.  One of the sons has children born from 1750
through 1790 so the sons weren't born until after 1700-1730.

Georgia

Georgia L. Fletcher
chickflet@aristotle.net

----- Original Message -----
-- From: "Jim Sellars" <jsellars@home.com>
-- To: SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com
-- Subject: Re: James and Robert Sellers of NC
-- Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000 23:42:04 -0700
 

Gloria;

I am pleased to see your mention of Sellers/ Sellars from Yorkshire
England.
My Canadian/ English ancestors also emmigrated from Yorkshire, however much
later than your information gives for Robert and his sons. I would be very
pleased to exchange any specific information and documents to verify our
ancestory. It is not often I see any mention of English ancestory in the
Sellers discussion group, so I am anxious to see what you have.

Jim Sellars
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada



GEORGIA and JOSCELYN - Thanks. Our SOLLARS are in MD from ENGLAND by 1668.
This
would be SABRET SOLLARS family and he went to NC'S before 1800 and on to TN
to MO. He had a granddad JAMES SELLERS.  ROBERT SELLERS name is quite common here.
Also PENELOPE sister. I am Sure MORE of these SELLERS/SOLLARS went south
and west.
Some info in each of the MD counties = may help=
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/md.htm

SOMEONE has probably studied these SELLERS/SOLLARS in ENGLAND, but, we
don't have enough info from there to follow- Need.

CAN THIS CHART be scanned or send a picture of same? WHO/WHEN was it made?
IF you use a 20 yr generation gap as an estimate, does it equal our SELLERS
ages  in NC.

marie, iowa


   From:
        Russ Sellers <russ@lighthouseelectrical.com>

Source:   OXFORDSHIRE-L@rootsweb.com

Jim & Judy,
I have that name from around the Chinnor area, but with only limited info
at this stage which I've listed below.
Cheers Russ.
George MUNDAY, 9G Grandfather
  (bp. 6 Apr 1595 - br. 31 May 1672)
  bp. 6 Apr 1595
  bpp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
  br. 31 May 1672
  brp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
& Susanna GOODCHILD, 9G Grandmother
  (bp. 14 Jun 1601 - br. 16 Nov 1647)
  bp. 14 Jun 1601
  bpp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
  br. 16 Nov 1647
  brp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
  m. 14 Jan 1624
  mp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
|       Sybilla MONDAY, 8G Grandmother
|         (abt 1630 - br. 11 Apr 1711)
|         b. abt 1630
|         br. 11 Apr 1711, age: 81
|         brp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
|       & William KEENE, 8G Grandfather
|         (bp. 18 Jan 1628 - br. 31 May 1701)
|         bp. 18 Jan 1628
|         bpp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1
|         br. 31 May 1701
|         brp. Chinnor Oxforshire UK1

Russ Sellers
Looking for;
SELLERS (Bavaria):
STRATFORD, BRITNELL, BROOKES, BUNCE, CHITCH,CHOWNE, COX, DEANE, ETHROP,
FRANKLIN, GOODCHILD, KEENE, MESSENGER, MUNDAY, TOOVEY, VENABLES, Oxs UK
GORTON, TELLING, Berks UK
HOWARD, DUMBLETON, VANN, N/Hants, Warrick, UK
TOOZE, Sommerset UK
BURBERRY, FELLOWS, Coventry UK
BOULDEN, CAREY, HARRY, JANE, RICHARDS, STEPHENS, TONKIN, TROUSON, WILLEY,
Cornwall UK
All from the Sunny Gold Coast, OZ


   From:
        Alice <alice7@sympatico.ca>
      GC-County of Cheshire,England

Surname: SELLERS, SELLARS, COTTER, COTTAR
-------------------------

Looking for information regarding my g-grandparents.
William Sellers born November 1839 in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Cheshire. And
my g-grandmother Alice Cotter, date and place of birth unknown.


   From:
        Ian Stoyle <Thorverton@compuserve.com>
     DEVON-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  Convicts to be transported
 

For anybody interested in transportation in general or the people below in
particular:

"On Monday, Maria White and Elizabeth Rankin, under sentence of
transportation of 7 years, were removed from the Devon County Gaol, in
order to being placed on board the "Mary" at Woolwich.   And on Wednesday
William Bright, transported 7 years, and James Bartlett, 24;  Thomas Brown,
24;  Richard Joy, 21; Joseph Rider, 38, Thomas Winsor, 19, and John
Richards, 20;  severally transported for life, were removed from the same
prison, in order to being placed on board the "Justitia", at Woolwich."

This extract comes from the "Western Times" of 04 April 1834, following the
recent Devon Spring Assizes held at Exeter.   Richard Joy had stolen a mare
at Tavistock, Thomas Brown 40 and a watch at Bideford, James Bartlett 14
guineas at Dodbrooke - when sentence was passed, he cried "God send me safe
over the water" - and Joseph Rider sheep at Dartington.

During the next couple of weeks there were further reports of Alexander
Croote, 41, and William Coombe, 25, under sentence of transportation for
life, being sent from the Gaol to the hulk "Justitia";   Josias Austin, 35,
and James Sellers, 29, transported for life, and Henry Osborn, a lad,
transported for 7 years, being sent to the "Ganymede" hulk at Woolwich;
and George Drake, 19, 14 years, and William Heard, 36, and John Davis, each
7 years, were also placed on board the "Justitia".  Of these Croote, Coombe
and Austin had stolen two fat sheep at North Molton, and Sellers a purse
and bag containing 13 sovereigns at Colyton.  No information on the others.

Ian Stoyle


           robin sellers <sellerstr@austarnet.com.au>
Surname: Crouch, Sellars, Sellers
-------------------------
Warwickshire, England

Martha Crouch m. Joseph Sellars(ers)1880
Looking for information on both parties birth/death many thanks
regards Robin



"BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS IN ENGLAND AND WALES SINCE 1837,
PART 1," by Sherry Irvine, CGRS, FSA (Scot)
===================================================================
In regard to births, marriages, and deaths in England and Wales since
1837, first let's get some background on the keeping of the
countries' vital records in general, beginning in 1837:

Queen Victoria acceded to the throne in 1837, the same year the civil
registration of vital events was introduced. She promised to be good;
the new agency, presumably, promised to be accurate. It had some
problems, but nevertheless, the fledgling General Register Office
accomplished astonishing results.

In the first 12 months of registration, more than 950,000 events were
recorded. Charles Babbage was still working on his second "difference
engine," the forerunner of today's computers (you can see it in the
Science Museum in London, at http://www.sciencemuseum.org), so there
was no mechanical assistance. Neither was there an administrative
system because the act establishing local government was 50 years in
the future. The only framework adopted was the poor law union, with
districts established under the Poor Law Reform Act of 1834.

District registrars and sub-registrars were appointed, and they
totaled more than 3,000. The local sub-registrars were paid on a
piece-by-piece basis. Not surprisingly, a few were caught padding the
books. [Careless research might insert a fictitious figure into your
family tree!] Despite the laborious nature of the work, the
difficulty of recording and reporting events to London in a timely
fashion, and the temptation each sub-registrar faced, the new system
was a success.

In fact, over the next hundred years, the General Register Office
made remarkably few changes. Here are three examples of the minute
changes it did make: (1) it changed from handwritten to printed
indexes, (2) registration became obligatory in 1875), and (3) a
mother, when reporting an illegitimate birth, could not name the
father; he had to be present and consent to his name being entered
(1875).

The most significant feature of civil registration was its impact on
marriage. From 1754 to 1837, there were three legally recognized
(religious) methods of marriage in England and Wales: Church of
England, Quaker, and Jewish. With the introduction of civil
registration, a couple could marry in a registry office or in any
church in the land. A Church of England minister could perform the
service on his own, but until 1897, all other forms of church
marriage required the presence of a civil registrar. Couples could
also, for the first time, marry in a civil ceremony before a
registrar.

THE DOCUMENTS

Each of the three available types of vital records certificates
contains information to lead you elsewhere, but only two of them
(birth and marriage certificates) include parental details. All of
them--across the top--indicate a registration district and either the
subdistrict or the location of the marriage.

Birth certificates from this period, which were organized in columns
from left to right, give the following: birth date (and time, in the
case of twins); birthplace (street address, farm, village); name and
gender of child; forename and surname of the father (blank for many
illegitimate children); forename, surname, and maiden name of the
mother; the occupation of the father; the signature; a description
and address of the informant; the date of registration; and the
signature of the registrar.

Marriage certificates, which were also organized in columns,
give the following information: the date of the event; names of the
bride and groom; ages of the bride and groom (the record may only
indicate "of full age," which usually meant over 21, but occasionally
signified "over the age permissible": 14 for girls and 16 for boys
until 1929); each spouse's "condition" (bachelor, spinster, widow,
etc.); each person's rank or profession; the bride and groom's
respective residences at the time of the marriage; fathers' names;
and fathers' ranks or professions. There is also an indication of the
form of the ceremony and the signatures (or marks) of the couple, two
witnesses, and the officiating minister or registrar.

Death certificates of the time, which were again organized in columns
from left to right, give the following: the date and place of death;
the forename and surname of the deceased; the deceased's gender, age,
and occupation; the cause of death; a signature; a description and
listing of the residence of the informant; the date of registration;
and the signature of the registrar. Burial could not take place
without the presentation of a death certificate.

The public does not have access to the original registers in which
births, marriages, and deaths were recorded, but if you would like to
read detailed information about the certificates and their contents,
visit http://www.genuki.org.uk. Once there, click on England, and in
the list of topics below the county names, click on "Civil
Registration." There are several useful sites there.

THE INDEXES

National indexes were created from the start of civil registration.
They were prepared in London from quarterly reports sent in by the
registrars throughout England and Wales. The indexes therefore follow
the quarterly arrangement; the first quarter volume is for January,
February, and March, and so on. There are separate sets for births,
marriages, and deaths.

At the Family Records Centre (http://www.pro.gov.uk/about/frc) in
London, you can consult the large index volumes, which are arranged
in sections and then in chronological order, for births, marriages,
and deaths. Film and fiche versions, found in libraries and Family
History Centers, mirror this arrangement. Just keep in mind that it
takes several fiche and often two or more films to list all the
entries for one quarter. In all indexes, male and female names are
listed together in alphabetical order according to surname and
forename; additionally, the name of the registration district, the
volume, and the page are given.

>From the first quarter of 1866 until 1969, death indexes included the
age of the deceased; in 1969, the birth date was substituted for the
age at death. In 1911, the birth indexes begin to include the maiden
name of the child's mother, and in 1912, marriage indexes added the
surname of the spouse. Names of both bride and groom are indexed.

These indexes are widely available. In North America, they can be
found in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City (for records up
to 1980), and many local Family History Centers have extensive
collections on microfilm or microfiche; be sure to check out the
collection at the nearest Center. On the Internet, RootsWeb.com has
many volunteers who are contributing to the "Free BMD" index (go to
http://www.rootsweb.com and click on "Free BMD"). This database's
growth, when measured as a percentage of all entries from 1837 to
1899, seems slow, but in sheer numbers, it is impressive. The size of
the index is now at almost 7 million--perhaps 6 percent of all 19th-
century entries.

NEXT TIME

Part 2 of this article will discuss obtaining vital records
certificates and will give tips, traps, and alternatives.
____________________________________________________________________

Sherry Irvine, CGRS, FSA (Scot) has been researching her British
ancestry for 30 years. She founded Interlink Bookshop and
Genealogical Services (http://www.interlinkbookshop.com) in 1988; she
currently lectures in Canada and the United States and is vice
president of the Association of Professional Genealogists. Sherry is
also the author of "Your Scottish Ancestry: A Guide for North
Americans" (http://shops.ancestry.com/product.asp?productid=1046) and
"Your English Ancestry: A Guide for North Americans"
(http://shops.ancestry.com/product.asp?productid=1045). You can e-
mail Sherry with suggestions for future British genealogy articles at
mailto:sherryirvine55@myfamily.com. She will not be able to send
personal replies, but will feature some questions in upcoming issues
of the "Ancestry Daily News." Sherry also regrets that she is unable
to assist with personal research.


  From:
       "Jack W Rumpel" <rumpeljk@qwest.net>

  CHESHIRE-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [CHS] SELLER/GODDARD
 

> Looking for information on the families of Thomas SELLERS and wife whose
> maiden name was GODDARD from a place called "Furnis Hill." They married 29
> December 1854. Thomas had family at both Dukinfield Hall, Cheshire,
> and areas around Huddersfield, Yorkshire.
>
> Thanks-

Jack W Rumpel
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
rumpeljk@qwest.net


  From:
       "Pauline" <paulineball@onetel.net.uk>
   DORSET-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [DOR] East Morden, Wareham, War Memorial
Inscription.BEACHCROFT/SELLERS/SHORT/SAUNDERS/DAVIS/ROPER/BATTEN/BEDWELL/HUGHES/THOMPSON/BRIDLE/CROCKER
 

I was enumerating in East Morden, near Wareham today and like a good family
historian took this from the war memorial. My family think I am so sad. ;-))
Isn't there a site where I can send this information???

In proud and grateful memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives for King
and Country 1914-18

Lt. Cyril Shakespear BEACHCROFT
Sergt. John SELLERS
Privates Sydney SHORT
                 William SAUNDERS
                 James DAVIS
                 Ernest ROPER
                 Herbert BATTEN
                 Frederick BEDWELL

In proud and grateful memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives for King
and Country 1939-45

Captain Guy d'Oyly HUGHES DSO DSC RN
Captain Robert THOMPSON,
Private Charles BRIDLE
Private Calvin CROCKER

Hope this might help someone.

Pauline,


     Author: Fern Sellers Garrison

                                                                 Date: 30 Jul 2000 9:36 PM GMT

     In Reply to: Early Sellers Family Members in NC  by:  Robert G. Sellers
 

  While researching Sellers family in my local library I ran across this information; on 10/19/1739
  Thomas Sellers came to VA.in bondage,3people in party, from Sussex. Name of tne ship was The Duke
  of Comberland. From a book,"Immigrants in Bondage".
=====

FERN, Thank You for sharing ANY SELLERS etc INFO.

I don't think we/I have this ship/connection.
PERHAPS, we can follow up on  this documented lead.
DID it say Where Ship Landed? , etc = something we can trace /follow up
on these counties, etc?
THANKS, marie, iowa



Date:
       Thu, 10 Jan 2002 00:03:24 -0700
  From:
       "ivan Dominikovich" <ivand@orcon.net.nz>
 

=====================================================================
Source:   NEW-ZEALAND-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [NZ] WOODERSON Research

This is the Passanger List for the 3rd voyage of the BOMBAY
which left London on 26 November 1864 and arrived in Auckland on 18
March 1865.
The Captain for the voyage was captain Sellers


       Mon, 5 Aug 2002 10:16:14 -0600
  From:
       "L. R. Mills" <lancelot@ap.net>
      ENG-LINCSGEN-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [LIN] HUTCHINSON, WALHAM & SELLERS in 1891
 

Hi, Missing Lincs,

    I found these fellas serving in the Army in 1891 in Folkestone.
These are from LDS fiche 6095856, RG 12/746, Kent, Hougham
(near Folkestone), Enum. Dist. 13:
 

At folio 122, pg 39 near Drop Redoubt:
SELLERS, Charles, single, 27, cavalry corporal, born: LIN, Lincoln

Hope one of these makes a connection for someone on list.

           Lou

L. R. Mills, ENG-LINCSGEN List Administrator


jan 2005

My name is John Kelland, living in Torquay, South Devon, England.  From a

little lurking I did a few weeks ago I think this list is mostly operating

in the USA?

 

My interest in Sellers is through my mother, a Dorothy Sellers from Glossop

in Derbyshire, England.  I have her line back to 1740 in Padiham,

Lancashire.

 

If this is of interest to any of you, please contact me, you'll be welcome.

 

John.
john@kellandz.fsnet.co.uk

Hello John,

I'm interested in UK Sellers (Sellars etc).  My interest is Sellers in the

Blythe Bridge/Dilhorne area of Staffordshire, particularly looking for the

parents and family of Elizabeth Sellers/Sellars chr 1799 in Dilhorne - I have

no idea how long these Sellers were in that area, I suspect they were in the

Potteries for a couple of generations beforehand but no proof.  I know it's

not Lancashire, just posting to let you know there are others here who have an

interest in English Sellers. I will keep your msg and let you know if I ever

get a hint of a connection. Good luck in your search,

Sue
sue@baucum.org

===========

Hello Irene,

 

Thank you for replying to my message board post. I hope that you don't mind my

replying directly to you.  I am delighted to hear from you, and hope we may

compare notes.

 

> There are several Sellers families in and around the

> villages of Draycott in the Moors;Caverswall;and

> Dilhorne Staffordshire.

 

These are all the right areas for my Elizabeth.  I'm really struggling to put

the families together though.  Elizabeth was my gr-gr-gr-grandmother and I

really would like to place her in a family and identify her parents. My

Elizabeth seems from census records, christened abt 1799.  Her age is

consistent in the census records where I have found her. The BVRI has an

Elizabeth chr Dec 1798 in Longton, dau of William Sellers and Elizabeth, but

my Elizabeth is consistent in the census records that her birthplace was

Blythe Marsh or Blythe Bridge.  According to the BVRI she is the only child of

this William and Elizabeth Sellers.  Maybe she was born in Blythe Bridge/Marsh

and christened in Longton but that doesn't quite sound right unless her family

had moved for work.  Maybe she moved back to Blythe Marsh when she married Job

Dunn but there's nothing to back up that theory.

 

>   My Hannah Robinson born about 1820 has parents

> Stephen Robinson and Sarah Sellers.they lived in Draycott.

> Elizabeth could well be Hannah's sister; there is one

> Elizabeth born 1815 to this family.  I have Vital records

> edition 2.  get in touch if this is helpful  Irene

 

My Elizabeth Sellers is definitely consistent in her age in the census

records. That might make her an aunt or sister to the Sarah Sellers who m.

Stephen Robinson -  according to BVRI 2nd ed Sarah Sellers married Stephen

Robinson on 10 Oct 1809.  Do you know anything of Sarah's parents?

 

I have recently set about going through 1841 and 1851 looking for other

Sellers and found a Sampson Sellers b. abt 1770 according to the census

entries, living in Newcastle-under-Lyme.   I think he may be the Sampson

Sellers who m. Margaret Umpton on 25 Aug 1794 in Dilhorne according to the

BVRI.  In 1841 and 1851 he is widowed. and living with son James Sellers and

Jame's wife Ann.  James was born 1799 according to the BVRI, so unless he was

a twin then Elizabeth is probably not the dau of Sampson (we have a lot of

twins in our family though, and so I never quite discard the possibility).  In

case it is of any help to you and you don't already have it, I've included the

Sampson and James Sellers info that I found in the report below.

 

I apologise for this very brief email - I have been away working and this is

the first chance that I have had to get back to you and I didn't want you to

think that I wasn't interested in your reply - quite the opposite.  Does

anything above ring any bells with you?  I will send you the details of the

census records where I have found Elizabeth and a tree for her showing what I

know of her descendants - maybe they will interconnect with your own surnames.

 

Thanks again for your reply, I will be in touch with more info when I get my

breath back :)

Best wishes,

Sue Platt Baucum

ex-Staffs, exiled in Texas

 

-- Sampson Sellers report --

 

Modified Register for Sampson SELLERS

 

First Generation

 

1. Sampson SELLERS was born(1) about 1770 in Caverswall, Staffs, England. He

died(2) in Oct 1855 in Newcastle, Staffs, England.  Sampson resided(3) in 1841

in Penkull St, Newcastle, Staffs, England. He was employed(4) as Independent

in 1841. He was employed(5) as Gentleman in 1851. He resided(6) in 1851 in 81

High St, Newcastle, Staffs, England.  He had the following children:

 

 

2 M i. James SELLERS was born(7)  about 1800 in Hanley, Staffs, England. He

died ?.

 

James resided(8) in 1841 in Penkull St, Newcastle, Staffs, England. He was

employed(9) as Shoe-maker in 1841. He resided(10)  in 1851 in 81 High St,

Newcastle, Staffs, England. He was employed(11) as Shoe-maker in 1851.

 

James married Ann daughter of Unk BROOKS and Margaret. Ann was born(12) about

1804 in L'ton. Cheshire, England. She died(13) in Oct 1867 in Newcastle,

Staffs, England.

 

Ann resided(14)  in 1841 in Penkull St, Newcastle, Staffs, England. She

resided(15) in 1851 in 81 High St, Newcastle, Staffs, England.

 

Appendix A - Sources

 

1. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

2. Staffordshire BMD death 1851: SELLARS Sampsom , Staffordshire BMD online,

http://www.bmsgh.org/staffsbmd/index.html, or

http://www.staffordshirebmd.org.uk. "Sellars Sampsom Newcastle L 6b 31.".

 

3. 1841-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-HO 107/1009-ED 2 (West)-Page 27-SELLERS James

 

4. 1841-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-HO 107/1009-ED 2 (West)-Page 27-SELLERS James

 

5. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

6. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

7. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

8. 1841-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-HO 107/1009-ED 2 (West)-Page 27-SELLERS James

 

9. 1841-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-HO 107/1009-ED 2 (West)-Page 27-SELLERS James

 

10. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

11. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

12. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

13. Staffordshire BMD 1867: SELLERS Ann , Staffordshire BMD online,

http://www.bmsgh.org/staffsbmd/index.html, or

http://www.staffordshirebmd.org.uk. "Sellers Ann 64 Newcastle L. 6b 36.".

 

14. 1841-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-HO 107/1009-ED 2 (West)-Page 27-SELLERS James

 

15. 1851-UK-Staffs-Newcastle-Newcastle-Piece 2001-Page 67-SELLERS James .

 

-- End of report

 

 

----- Original Message -----

From: <irene.reynolds@ntlworld.com>

To: <SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com>

Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 4:59 PM

Subject: [SELLERS] Re: Parents of Elizabeth Sellers chr 1799, Dilhorne,

Staffordshire, England, m. Job Dunn

 

 

> This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.

>

> Classification: Query

>

> Message Board URL:

>

> http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/JWGBAEB/1204.1

>

> Message Board Post:

>

> There are several Sellers families in and around the villages of Draycott in

the Moors;Caverswall;and Dilhorne Staffordshire.

>   My Hannah Robinson born about 1820 has parents Stephen Robinson and Sarah

Sellers.they lived in Draycott.

> Elizabeth could well be Hannah's sister; there is one Elizabeth born 1815 to

this family.  I have Vital records edition 2.  get in touch if this is helpful

Irene

>

=====

Source: Mariners-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [Mar] Abington of Liverpool


Hello John,

ABINGTON O.N.145470
411 gross ton coastal cargo ship, length 145ft x beam 24.1ft, speed 9 knots.
Built 1921 by Browns Shipbuilding Co, Hull (Yard No.3) for Cheviot Coasters
Ltd (G. T. Gillie & Co), Newcastle. 1924 sold to Ribble Shipping Co (John S.
Sellers & Co), Newcastle.
1932 sold to Isle of Man Steam Packet Co, Douglas,
I.o.M. renamed CONISTER. 1965 scrapped at Dalmuir. [Starke / Schell
registers]

regards
Ted
Ted Finch [mariners-l@efinch90.fsnet.co.uk]

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Marshall" <marshall@pentredu.freeserve.co.uk>
To: <Mariners-L@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 30, 2005 2:53 PM
Subject: [Mar] Abington of Liverpool


> All I have from Lloyds Captains Register and the Mariners List is that
> she
> was Abington of Liverpool, Official Number 145470, and built 1921.
> I'd be very grateful to anyone who can flesh out some details for her.
>
> Regards,
> John

=====

ENG-MANCHESTER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [ENG-MAN] 1871 census SELLERS & Granville Street Salford


Edwina Higgins wrote:

>Dear List
>
>I am posting this request again, in case anyone with access to the
>1871 census is reading the list today.
>
>I am looking for: Mary Sellers age 14 born Salford <snip>
>
Hi Edwina

Couldn't find any Mary SELLERS born in Salford. Found 9 with birthdates
of 1857 (+/- one year). This is the only one born in Lancashire:

Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship
Civil Parish or Township County/Island
Emma Sellers abt 1864 Whalley, Lancashire, England Daughter
Newchurch Lancashire
Henry Sellers abt 1831 Whalley, Lancashire, England Head
Newchurch Lancashire
Mary Sellers abt 1836 Halifax, Yorkshire, England Wife
Newchurch Lancashire
Mary E Sellers abt 1856 Whalley, Lancashire, England
Daughter Newchurch Lancashire
RG10/4134
Registration district: Haslingden
Sub-registration district: Newchurch
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 158
Page: 22

If you will give us her parents' names, I'll have another look for you.

Best wishes,
Lynne

lklein@mindspring.com

=

Govan Parish Churchyard, Glasgow

James POLLOCK died 19 Jul 1853
His wife Marion SELLERS died 24 Apr 1874 at Callander ages 90 His children: Jane PARK died 1 Jan 1832
James died 12 Mar 1837 at Falmouth, Jamaica
Isabella Weyess died 24 Dec 1837
Margaret Sellars died 3 Jun 1896
Margaret Stewart wife of JB ROSS died 3 Nov 1853

Hope it is of some use to someone

Regards
Alison Graham
Alison Graham [alijohn@vic.australis.com.au]

=====================

As a matter of interest, my folk, David KIRKPATRICK and Mary SILLERS, or SELLERS were married on 10th May 1818. I got a copy of the Marriage Licence in the hope of finding more information about them, the parents of David KIRKPATRICK, but there was only one other KIRKPATRICK with just an initial and no address. They also used a finger print as well as a very nicely written signature.

David KIRKPATRICK was described as a Master Mariner at the time of his marriage, but found in 1823 at 130 Park Lane, Liverpool, as a Surgeon. He died in 1837.

Janet

Janet [wightway@tiscali.co.uk]

=================

BIRKENHEAD-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [BKHD-Wirral] Whitehaven, England - near Liverpool?


I'm sorry to labour the point, but I do think its worth sharing the information we find to enlighten. I wondered if my man could have been a Master Mariner/Surgeon.

http://www.virgin.net/internetaccess/24seven/
Listed in Baines 1824 Directory of Liverpool :-

Rev Cleland KIRKPATRICK, Wesleyan Minister, 108 St James Street Kitty KIRKPATRICK, gentlewoman, 51 Seymour Street David KIRKPATRICK, surgeon, 130 Park Lane Thomas KIRKPATRICK, floorcloth manufacturer, 13 Queen Street

His daughter's marriage after his death:

Full marriage record listing - on 19 Feb 2006 at 19:41:49 GMT
Field Name Field Value
KEYCODEWKIRM01200540.10048
PADVERwkirM0540.1
PARISH_CODEWKIR
TAGGED0
DATED18580615
GROOM_FNAMEALEXANDER
GROOM_SNAMESHERRATT
GROOM_STATUSBA
GROOM_OCCUPATIONFARMER
GROOM_RESIDWEST HYDE HEREFORDSHIRE
GROOM_AGEFU
GROOM_SIGNS
BRIDE_FNAMEELIZABETH JOHNSON
BRIDE_SNAMEKIRKPATRICK
BRIDE_STATUSSP
BRIDE_RESIDCALD
BRIDE_AGEFU
BRIDE_SIGNS
W_FNAME_1ADAM
W_SNAME_1JOHNSON
W_FNAME_2CHARLES
W_SNAME_2BIRRS
W_FNAME_3ELIZABETH
W_SNAME_3BARTON
W_FNAME_4ISABELLA SELLERS
W_SNAME_4KIRKPATRICK
W_FNAME_5ELLEN
W_SNAME_5REALEY
W_FNAME_6THOS
W_SNAME_6REALEY
C_FNAMEJ
C_SNAMESLADE
G_F_FNAMEGEORGE
G_F_OCCUPATIONFARMER
B_F_FNAMEDAVID
B_F_OCCUPATIONSURGEON
ADDITIONAL_INFORMATION G OCKE PRITCHARD NEAR WEST HYDE

Full burial record listing - on 19 Feb 2006 at 19:43:20 GMT
Field Name Field Value
KEYCODEWKIRB01500907.10061
PADVERwkirB0907.1
PARISH_CODEWKIR
TAGGED0
DATED18370214
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I dont accept the first record that throws itself at me, so could you perhaps suggest where else I might look. As I mentioned, I purchased his Marriage Licence for a fee.

Regards
Janet

----- Original Message -----
From: "judy olsen" <copywriter@tesco.net>

> Solvay is way too late for your man., whom I think you said died in
> 1837?
>
> I am sure you have dotted all the is and crossed the Ts but I find
> the change from Master Mariner to surgeon a bit worrying. If he had
> been a ship's surgeon then records would probably say that.
>
> Job changes from professional/apprenticed to non professional, such
> as shopkeeper or innkeeper are easier to accept. Job changes from
> unskilled to skilled are just about tenable but crossing from one
> profession to another seems the least likely.
>
>
> Judy

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Chris Anderson [chrisandsmail@yahoo.com.au]
INDIA-L@rootsweb.com
Marriage Banns Published St Mary’s Church Fort St
George Madras 1837-1944…1874-1872

John Alexander SELLERS Ordnance Artificer New Town
Mercy WARD spinster New Town
Banns Oct 1872

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march 2006

Hi List!
These are my SELLERS.
Charles and Emma (nee WHITE).
In 1881 census at Wyke, Axminster, Devon. Charles born Beer, Devon, c1848/1849. Family moved to Cardiff, Wales between 1882 and 1885.
Children: Bessie, John C., Gertrude, William Henry,
George, Thomas Alfred, Albert James, Percy Reginald.
Do these match anyone elses SELLERS family?

Lyn Freeman

Lyn Freeman [lyn.freeman@talk21.com]
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Source: ESSEX-UK-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: 1841 CENSUS LOOKUP


I am hoping someone on this list wouldn't mind looking up these two families for me please, they were all born in Barking, John Milton b 1805 & wife Mary Elizabeth Milton nee Sellers

Joseph Milton b 1812
Louisa Milton nee Sellers b 1816

Many Thanks in Advance.
Doreen
Doreen [dfr@tsn.cc]
may 2006

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Park Lane, Liverpool was the address where David KIRKPATRICK "practised" in the years 1824 until his death in 1837. The husband of a second cousin of mine knows Liverpool well, having studied there, in the 50s, and he told me that at the time Park Lane was as "posh" as its namesake in London.
David Kirkpatrick and his wife Elizabeth SILLER or SELLERS were married in 1818 in the Church of St. Peter, in the Parish of Liverpool. I have a copy of the Licence to marry which he signed and impressed a fingerprint, as did a witness I.M. Kirkpatrick, who I cannot identify.
If anyone here has already helped me in this - thanks again - and please forgive me for repeating that I do no know why, for sure, they lived in Caldy and took their children to Liverpool to be baptised. I suspect a non conformist religion, or Presbyterian, Kirk of Scotland.

Janet
Janet [wightway@tiscali.co.uk]

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june 2006


My purpose in joining this list is to pursue the other half of a Master Mariner.
Mary SILLERS or SELLERS b. 21 October 1796. d. 1864, a teacher in Liverpool when she died.

Her parents were John SILLERS/SELLERS and Mary JOHNSON, who married on 7 May 1788.

Mary Sillers or SELLERS married David KIRKPATRICK b 1783 d.1837. They married in Liverpool on 10th May 1818.

I've got more information than I have shared here. If we have any Cheshire or Liverpool members with a SILLERS or SELLERS interest I would be pleased to hear from you.


Janet
Janet [wightway@tiscali.co.uk]

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[DUR-NBL] Birtley Cemetery

My grandparents married in Gateshead, Durham then settled down in Birtley.
They had a son in 1895 another in 1896. Both died soon after birth and are
buried in a cemetery somewhere in Birtley. I understand Birtley was a very
small village in the 1890s so perhaps there was only one cemetery serving
the area. Is there a way to find the name of this cemetery and where it is
located? Their surname is Sellers/ars.
Alice in Canada
avws2601 [avws2601@sympatico.ca]
feb 2009

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Alice,
Birtley is in the parish of Chester-le Street.
You can find lots of information here: http://www.joinermarriageindex.com/pjoiner/genuki/DUR/ChesterleStreet/index.html#ChurchHistory
Birtley church records appear to be available from the Durham County
record office.
Peter
Peter McGuinness [pmcguinness@sbcglobal.net]

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cyclopaedia.org

http://www.cyclopaedia.org/senex/sellernotes.html

Seller, John 1630 - 1697

...... A quick inspection of the publications listed at the bottom of this page, which are attributed to John Seller Sr., or to which he has contributed, will reveal that John Sellers was not only an instrument maker, surveyor, cartographer, artist and Hydrographer to the King, but more over he was responsible for the first English Pilots. Pilots which were continually reprinted and still in use centuries after his death in 1697. Library records show that one of his first publications was entitled:
"Practical navigation: or, An introduction to that whole art. Containing I. Several definitions in geometry, astronomy, geography, and navigation. 2. A new and exact kalender, etc."
He produced Charts and Atlases, Navigational aids, almanacs, celestial maps, as well as Pilots, and should perhaps be remembered first and foremost for his major contribution to the Maritime world of sailing and Navigation.

Atlas Maritimus 1675

John Seller Sr.

The 'Atlas Maritimus'

By Ashley Baynton-Williams

John Seller Sr. (d.1697) is one of the most important figures in the early history of the map and chart-publishing trade in England. He was the first Englishman to try establish an atlas-publishing business comparable with Continental firms, such as Blaeu, Jansson, de Wit, Goos, Colom & Doncker.

No other London publisher of his day offered the variety of stock that Seller sold. In folio form he published a celestial atlas, two terrestrial atlases, a sea-atlas, several coasting pilots, as well as a large number of separately-issued charts. In addition, he also published number of navigation handbooks, almanacs, pocket books, miniature sea-atlases, and made a variety of mathematical and navigational instruments and tools.

Unfortunately his efforts were built on shaky foundations and were ultimately unsuccessful. For much of his business life Seller walked a narrow line between solvency and bankruptcy. In 1677 bankruptcy was averted only by Seller entering into partnership with a consortium of interested parties, principally William Fisher, a leading printer and seller of navigation books, and John Thornton, a noted manuscript chartmaker who was beginning to make the successful transition into the printed chart trade. While one explanation of this is Seller's own lack of business acumen, his career also emphasises that the domestic market in Britain for printed maps and atlases was simply too small to absorb the output of an active and innovative publisher. Seller's failed to marshal his limited resources and direct them into one project at a time. Instead he endeavoured to produce too many divers atlases and pilots at one time and did none of them particularly well

Seller paid a heavy price for the rescue by Thornton and Fisher. When the partnership was dissolved in 1679, Fisher retained the publishing rights for Seller's two main sea-atlases, English Pilot for the Southern Navigation and the Atlas Maritimus, and also took several map-plates and some of the stock of printed sheets. Thornton received some of Seller's stock of printing plates.

Seller made one last effort to restore his business, planning an ambitious county atlas from new surveys: this project also foundered, and thereafter he remained a small-time player, while his former partners expanded and prospered.

Seller's principal folio atlas, and the one most frequently encountered today, was the Atlas Maritimus, first published in 1675. This sea-atlas was completely composite in make-up, being assembled according to the wish of the individual purchaser rather than to a standard format, although built round a standard core. Accordingly, the content can vary considerably. The example being described is among the largest of such collections that I have seen, and is noteworthy for the way Seller had combined charts from the Atlas Maritimus of Frederick de Wit, published circa 1675, with his own, to make a total of forty-three charts.

Among the most interesting of the Seller charts are the group of astronomical charts and the map of the North Pole, which were prepared in 1676 or 1677, and so are found only in late examples of the atlas.

Atlas Maritimus 1675

(click on this image to go to the National Maritime Museum site where you can enlarge this map to full size!)

The example of the atlas described was dispersed in separate sheets, or lots, at two auctions in London. At the time an attempt was made to acquire all the Seller charts, to reconstitute the Seller element for a collector. Unfortunately, while all the charts from the first sale were purchased, three of the most valuable, all already present in the client's collection, proved evasive. After the sale, the letterpress titlepage was purchased from the vendors, who retained the engraved title, although it was photographed at the time.

The atlas now forms part of the Lawrence Slaughter Collection, in the New York Public Library's Map Division.

http://www.mapforum.com/06/seller1.htm.

JOHN SELLER [ca. 1630-1697]

John Seller's shop, located near the Tower of London in Wapping, an insalubrious and noisy sailors' neighborhood on the north shore of the Thames. In the local pubs and coffeehouses, crews arriving in Wapping with the latest news of distant places such as the West Indies exchanged information with other sailors, mapmakers, and ships' suppliers, and provided Seller with information critical to his nautical chart business. Seller's mapmaking shop became a center of nautical learning, offering lessons in "Arithmetick, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, navigation, and gunnery; likewise the use of the globes, and other mathematical instruments, the projection of the sphere, and other parts of the mathematics."

Although as a Baptist and nonconformist Seller was found guilty of conspiring to kill King Charles II, he was reprieved, possibly at the behest of the King's brother James, the Duke of York. Ironically, Seller was appointed Hydrographer by Charles II in 1671, and also served under James II and William III. As the King's Hydrographer, Seller was granted a 30-year privilege giving him a monopoly on publishing nautical atlases in England. Over his long career, Seller published a variety of titles, often in numerous editions, such as Praxis Nautica, or Practical Navigation (1669); Atlas Maritimus (1669); An epitome of the art of navigation (1681); and Atlas Terrestris (1676). While his maps often lack beauty and finesse, Seller contributed significantly to English cartography by helping to establish the market for English-language maps and charts and encouraging the growth of the cartographic industry in 17th-century England.

http://www.nypl.org/research/chss/epo/mapexhib/seller.html.

John Seller

Atlas Maritimus 1675 New England


A Mapp of New England, ca.1675

John Seller was a pioneering British publisher of nautical charts. He bore the impressive title "Hydrographer in Ordinary" to the king.

Seller's map of New England, which was first published sometime between 1666 and 1674, is the first printed British map of the New York area not entirely dependent on Dutch prototypes. It is derived from a variety of British and Dutch sources. Parts of the map (including the illustrations of animals) are clearly copied from maps like the Blaeu and Visscher maps described above. The depiction of the Hudson Valley is less accurate than on the best contemporary Dutch maps, but Long Island shows a number of features that do not appear on any previous printed maps. Much of this information is derived from an unpublished map of New England by John Scott, who pursued a controversial political career on Long Island before being forced to flee to England.

Like many early maps, Seller's chart of New England exists in several different "states," which were usually created by altering the copper plate on which a map was engraved. This version appeared in Seller's Atlas Maritimus, or the Sea-Atlas, which was first published in 1675

REFERENCES:

David Yehling Allen, Long Island Maps and Their Makers , 12-16

William P. Cumming, British Maps of Colonial America , 38-39

http://www.sunysb.edu/libmap/Seller.htm.

Publications - Maps

from 'COPAC v.3 Brief Records' of the Victoria University of Manchester

1665 - Atlas terrestris: or, A book of mapps, of all the empires, monarchies, kingdomes, regions, dominions, principalities, and countreys in the whole world : accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each particular countrey / By Iohn Seller, hydrographer to the Kings most excellent majestie.

1669 - Practical navigation: or, An introduction to that whole art. Containing I. Several definitions in geometry, astronomy, geography, and navigation. 2. A new and exact kalender, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1670 - Atlas Minimus, or a Book of Geography, shewing all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms ... and Countries in the whole World. By John Seller, etc. (A Geographical Description of the World. pp. 48) / [by] Seller, John.

1670 - Novissima et Accuratissima XVII Provinciarum Germaniae Inferioris Delineatio / ex officina Iohannis Selleri.

1670 - A Mapp of the Seat of the Warrs in Germany and the Spanish Netherlands ... by J. Seller. King sculp / [by] King, Daniel ; Seller, John.

1670 - A Mapp of the Seat of the Warrs in Germany and the Spanish Netherlands ... by J. Seller / [by] King, Daniel ; Seller, John.

1670 - Atlas Maritimus or a Book of Charts ... by J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1670 - The coasting pilot : describing the sea-coasts of England, Holland, Flanders, and France / published by J. Seller.

1671 - A Description of the Sea Coasts of Coerland and Lyfland, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of part of Norway and Lapland, describing the Sea Coasts between the North Cape and the mouth of the White Sea / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Coast of Norway between the Naze and Bergen, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the North Part of America; describing the Sea Coast of ... Davies Streights, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of Norway between Stemnes-hest and the Citty of Dronten, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671- A Chart of the North Sea. By J. Seller / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Large Description of the two Channels [sic] in the River Dwina goeing [sic] up to the Citty of Archangel / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Eemes, Elve, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Eemes as the Easter and Wester Eemes, Scholbalgh and the Lauwers / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Eemes, Elve, Amelander Gat, Lauwers, Scholbalgh, the Weser, Eyder and Hever and how the same doth bare from Holy Land / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Description of the Sea Coasts of Normandy and Bretaigne between Cape de Hague, Ushant, and the Seames, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart shewing the Sea Coasts of the Bellt [sic], Wedersound, Melversound, with all the adjacent Islands / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Description of the Sea Coasts of the Souther part of the Belt, also Meklenburg, Pomerland, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of Schoonen, Zeeland, etc. [i.e. the Sound] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea Coast of Biscay ... between Cape Machicaca and Cape de Pinas / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of Schoonen ... Newly corrected by John Seller ... A scale of English leagues, 9[ = 100 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Chanell of Bristoll [sic] from Silly to St. David's Head in Wales, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Islands of Shotland [sic] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - Description of the East Coast of Scotland / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Draught of the Island [of] Buss ... Island Oliver fe / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the North Part of America, describing the Sea Coast of ... Buttons Bay, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - The Hauen of Saint Malo / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - Ollonne in France / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Description of the Sea Coasts of Coerland and Lyfland, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart and Description of the Canary Islands, With all the Roads and Havens in each of them / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea Coast of Portugall between the Burlings and Cape de St. Vincent / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of Russia, Lapland, Finmarke, Nova Zembla, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Descriptio of the Coast of Norway between the Paternosters and the Naze, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Description of the Coast of Norway between Bergen and Stemnes-hest, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Northermost part of Norway from the Citty of Dronten to the North Cape, etc / [by] Seller.

1671 - A Description of the Sea Coasts of ... France ... from Callice [sic] to the Casquets / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Description of the Sea Coast of France from Olone to Bayone in Biscay and part of that Coast thence to Cape [S. Andero in Santander] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea-Coasts of Galisia [sic] between Cape de Pinas and Cape Finister / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of part of the Sea-Coasts of Gallisia [sic] and Portugall betweene Cape de Finisterre and the Burlings, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of y? Narrow Seas newly corrected by John Seller ... English leagues, 50[ = 110 mm] / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - The Coasting Pilot: describing the Sea coasts ... of England, Flanders and Holland ... with new draughts and descriptions [for the navigation of the Thames from London Bridge to Hopeness and the S. Coast of England to the Scilly Isles.] Collected and published by J. Seller. pp. 54 / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of Greenland ... Cherry Island and Hope Island, by J. Seller ... English leagues, [10 = 20 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Hebrides lying on the North-west point of Scotlad / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - The Coast of Holland between the Maes and the Texel / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Coast of America from New found Land to Cape Cod / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the North Part of America, describing the Sea Coast of Groenland, Davies Streights, Baffins Bay, Hudson's Streights, Buttons Bay and James Bay / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Coast of Sweden, Bornholm, Oeland, Gotland, with all the rest of the adjacent Islands, from Falsterbon to Stockholm / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A chart of the Fly and Amelander Gat / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - The English Pilot. The first book. Describing the ... Northern Navigation ... (The second book. Describing the Southern Navigation.-The third book. Describing the Oriental Navigation.) Collected ... by John Seller. Also an appendix, containing a ... description of the ... Coast of England ... by Capt. Gilb. Crane, and Capt. Tho. Brown ... The sea-coasts surveyed, by Jonas Moor. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1671 - A Chart of the White Sea, shewing all the true description of the Sea Coasts, Islands, Rivers, Bayes, Roads, and Harbors, from Knock John to the Coast of Corelia / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A General Chart of the West India's / [by] Keulen, Gerard van , et al.

1671 - A Chart of the Weser and Jade / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Coasts of Barbarie ... from C. Vincent to C. Verd / [by] Seller, John.
A Description of the Coast of Barbarie between Cape de Cantin and Cape de Geer / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Description of the Coast of Barbarie from Cape Spartell to Cape Cantin, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Fly and Amelander Gat / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - The River of Tyne / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Gat of Abbo or Uttoy / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - The River of Thames from London Bridge to Tilbury hope / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of Spaine, particularly discribing the Coasts of Biscaia, Gallissia [sic], Portugal, Andaluzia, Granada, etc / [by] D'Ostening, H. von ; Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of Greenland [i.e. Spitzbergen], Cherry Island and Hope Island / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of Russia, Lapland, Finmarke, Nova Zemla and Greenland [i.e. Spitzbergen] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of part of the Baltick Sea between Borneholm, and Der Memel, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A description of the sands, shoals, buoyes, beacons, roads, channels, and sea marks, on the coast of England : From the Southforeland, to Flamborough head, being furnished with new & exact draughts of the sands, acording to the said descriptions / By John Seller, hydrographer to the Kings most excellent majestie.

1671 - The coasting pilot : Describing the sea-coasts, channels, soundings, sands, shoals, rocks, & dangers: the bayes, roads, harbours, rivers, ports, buoyes, beacons, and sea-marks, upon the coasts of England Flanders and Holland with directions to bring a shipp into any harbour on the said coasts. Being furnished with the new draughts, charts, and descriptions, gathered from ye experience and practise of diverse able and expert navigators of our English nation / Collected and published by John Seller. Hydrographer in ordinary to the King.

1671 - A Chart of the Baltick Sea with the North Bodom and Lading / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the Nort Part of America, describing the Sea Coast of ... Baffins Bay, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - The English pilot / collected ... by J. Seller. The first book, Describing the sea-coasts ... in the whole northern navigation [& in the southern navigation].

1671 - A Chart of the Northerne Sea, from England Westerly as farr [sic] as New Found Land and Notherly as farr as Island Groenland and Fretum Davis. By J. Seller, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Generall Chart of the Northerne Navigation / [by] Seller, John

1671 - Charles R. [A proclamation, directed against unauthorised reprints of J. Sellar's "English Pilot" and "Sea Atlas."] [22 March, 1671.] B.L. / [by] ENGLAND ; Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1761 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of Russia, Lapland, Finmarke, Nova Zemla and Greenland [i.e. Spitzbergen] / [by] Seller, John.

1671 - A Chart of the South Sea, Texel and Fly-streame, etc / [by] Beers, F. W. ; Seller, John.

1672 - A Chart of the sands, shoals, buoys, beacons and sea marks upon the Coast of England [from Folkestone to Skegness] / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1672 - A description of the East Coast of Scotland, shewing all the beyes, roads, havens, harbours, depths, and soundings, courses & distances of places on the said coasts / newly corrected and published by John Seller.

1672 - The coasting pilot : describing the sea-coasts... of England, Flanders and Holland / corrected & published by J. Seller.

1673 - A Draught of the Land's End of England and Islands of Silly / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - A Chart of the Maes and Wielingen, showing the Channell of Brewers haven, Zierick and Viergat / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - The Coast of Bretaigne and Poictou, between ye Seames and St.Martin's Island, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - The Coast of Holland between the Maes and the Texel / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - A Chart of the part of England and part of Scotland [from Ingoldmells Point to the Orkneys] / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - A Mapp of the French conquests in the Netherlands in the years 1672 & 1673 & also shewing their marches into Germany with a plaine representation of y? Cityes, Townes and Fortifications in those countryes, by John Seller. T. Burnford sc. A scale of English miles, 60[ = 95 mm.] (A Relation of the French conquests in the Netherlands, in 1672 and 1673) / [by] Burnford, Thomas ; Seller, John.

1673 - The Coasting Pilot, describing the ... Coasts of England, Flanders, and Holland, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1673 - A Chart of Flanders between Calis and Walcheren, with all ye sands and shoals upon that coast / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - The Coasting Pilot: describing the Sea-Coasts ... of England, Holland, Flanders & France. Collected and published by John Seller. pp. 52 / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - A Chart of the Brittish Chanel [sic] / [by] Seller, John.

1673 - A Draught of the Narrows. Describing the New Channel between the Spell and Last [Sands]. Surveyed by the Trinity House / [by] Seller, John.

1674 - A Mapp of the XVII. Provinces and the adjacent countreyes wherein is the present Seat of the warr in the year 1674. By John Seller ... T. Burnford sc. A scale of English miles, 60[ = 95 mm.]. (A Description of the Seventeen Provinces; shewing the nature and quality of each Province; the principal cities, and fortifications) / [by] Burnford, Thomas ; Seller, John.

1675 - Novissima totius Terrarum Orbis tabula. Auctore Joh: Seller / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John ; Thornton, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Sea coasts [of Europe and Africa] from the Landsend of England to Cape Bona Esperanca. [With the arms of, and dedication to the Royal African Company of England] / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - The Coasts of England and France from Arundel to the Start and from Cape de Barfleur to I. de Bass / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - The Coasts of England and France from Dover to the Isle of Wight, and from Calice [sic] to Cape de Hague / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Sea-coast of Zealand from Walcheren to the Maes. [Scale,] 5 English ... leagues[ = 150 mm.]. Ia Clark sculp / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - Atlas Maritimus, or the Sea-Atlas; being a book of maritime charts, describing the sea-coasts, capes, headlands ... in most of the known parts of the World, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographe.

1675 - A Mapp of the Seat of the Warrs in Germany and the Spanish Netherlands, .. by J. Seller / [by] King, Daniel ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Coast of England and Scotland [from Ingoldmells Point to the Orkneys] / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp containing the Island & Kingdoms of Sicily ... W. Hollar fecit, 1676. (Prospect of the Straights of Sicily, vulgarly caldt Faro di Messina, from the North) / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp containing the Island and Kingdome of Sicily ... & particularly the Citty & Fire of Messina, both Prospect and Groundplat, etc. W. Hollar fecit, 1676. (Messina) / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the North Sea. By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp of the Two Hemispheres of the Heavens / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Westermost part of the Mediterranean Sea / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp of the Regions & Countreyes under and a bout the North Pole. By Iohn Seller, Hydrographer to the King. The Names of those worthy persons that have attempted ??y discouery of a North East Passage to China and Japan. [From 1550 to 1676.] Coloured / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Western Ocean / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp containing the Island & Kingdome of Sicily with a part of Naples, and other adjacent Coasts including the Tyrrhencan Sea, where most of things betwixt Spaine & France & their Alyes are acted, very comodiovsly contrived for y? present juncture of affaires, & particularly the Citty & Fire of Messina, both Prospect and Groundplat, etc. W. Hollar fecit, 1676. Scale of Italian miles, 100[ = 48 mm.]. (Prospect of the Straights of Sicily, vulgarly calldt Faro di Messina, from the North. Messina) / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1675 - Novissima et Accuratissima Insulae Jamaicae Descriptio, per Johannem Sellerum ... A Catalogue of the severall Precincts ... Scala Milliarium Anglicorum, 40[ = 120 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Tartarian Sea from Nova Zemla to Japan / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Sea Coast of Brazil, from Cape St. Augustine to the Straights of Magellan / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp of the Citie and Port of Tripoli in Barbary. W. Hollar fecit, 1675 / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Bay of Biscaia / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - The English pilot / by J. Seller. The third book. Describing the... Oriental navigation.

1675 - A Chart of the two Channels goeing [sic] into the Baltique Sea, one through the Catte Gat and the Sound and the other through the Belt / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - The Coasts of England and France from Dover to the Isle of Wight and from Calice [sic] to Cape de Hague / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - The English Pilot: describing the sea-coasts ... harbors, rivers and ports in the Northern and Southern Navigation ... Being furnished with new and exact draughts, charts, and descriptions ... Collected by Iohn Seller. (The first Book. Describing the sea-coasts ... in the whole Northern Navigation ... Divided into three parts. pp. 124.-- The second Book. [Southern Navigation. Divided into three parts.] pp. 80) / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - The Coasts of England and France from Arundel to the Start and from Cape de Barfleur to I. de Bass / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A chart of the two Channels goeing [sic] into the Baltique Sea, one though Catte Gat and the Sound and the other through the Belt / [by] Keulen, Gerard van , et al.

1675 - Atlas Maritimus or a Book of Charts ... by J. Seller / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1675 - The Windward passage from Jamaica betweene [sic] the East end of Cuba and the West end of Hispaniola / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A New Mapp of the Sea Coasts of England, France and Holland ... Described by I. Seller ... F. Lamb sculp. A scale of English miles, [13 = 1 inch] / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - The Royall Citty of Tangier in Africa. By John Seller ... Jo. Oliver fecit / [by] Keulen, Gerard van , et al.

1675 - A Chart of the West Indies, from Cape Cod to the River Oronoque / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of New-England, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland and Carolina, from C. Cod to C. Hatteras / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts of England and Ireland / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the Sea Coasts [of Europe and Africa] from the Landsend of England to Cape Bona EsperanÁa. [With the arms of, and dedication to, the Royal African Company of England] / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp of New Jersey by John Seller. [1660.] Ja. Clerk sculp. [Scale,] English ... leagues, 11[ = 122 mm.]. (New York) / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Chart of the South Sea / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Draught of Cape Bona Esperance. [With View of Table Mountain] / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1675 - A Description of the Coast of Flanders, from the Island Walcheren to Calice / [by] Seller, John.

1675 - A Mapp of New England, by J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1676 - A Chart of the sands, channels, buoyes, beacons and sea-marks upon the Coast of England, from Dover to the northwards of Orfordness, by J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1676 - Practical navigation: or, An introduction to that whole art : containing many useful geometrical definitions and problems; the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles; plain Mercator .. and a table of meridional parts; likewise a new traverse-table, and the use of thereof in keeping a reckoning at sea: also a table of 10000 logarithms .. / by John Seller....

1676 - Hertford Shire actually survey'd and delineated by John Seller, Hydrographer to the King ... To his Execellency Arthur Earle of Essex ... this Mapp is ... dedicated by John Seller, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1677 - The English pilot / by J. Seller. The second book. The second part. Describing the... Mediterranean sea.

1677 - Atlas caelestis, containing the systems and theoryes of the planets, the constellations of the starrs and other phenominas of the heavens / [by] Seller, John.

1677 - A Mapp of New Jersey in America. By John Seller and William Fisher / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1677 - A Pocket Book, containing severall choice collections in Arithmetick, Astronomy, Geometry, Surveying, Dialling, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1677 - Atlas Caelestis, containing the systems and theoryes of the planets the constellations of the starrs, and other phenomian's of the heavens, with necessary tables relating thereto. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1677 - The English Pilot. The Second Book. The second part, describing the Sea-Coasts ... in the Mediterranean Sea ... By John Seller. pp. 118 / [by] Seller, John.

1677 - The English Pilot. The Third Book. Describing the Sea-Coasts ... in the Oriental Navigation. / Collected by ... John Seller.

1679 - Proposals For the Carrying on an Actual Survey of All the Counties in the Kingdom of England and Principallity of Wales, : in Order to the Compleating a New Book in Large Folio, to be Intituled Atlas Anglicanus. / By John Seller Hydrographer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, John Oliver and Richard Palmer.

1679 - Atlas Minimus; or, a book of geography shewing all the Empires ... and Countries in the whole world. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1679 - Middlesex actually surveyed and deliniated by J. Seller ... J. Oliver & R. Palmer sculp / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - New York. [By J. Seller] / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A New Mapp of the Sea Coasts of England, France, and Holland / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - Atlas Terrestris: or a collection of choice mapps of all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms ... in the whole World accomodated with a brief description, of the nature and quality of each particular country. By John Seller Sen. [Maps by N. Visscher and F. de Wit] / [by] Seller, John ; Visscher, Nicolaes, 1618-1679, called Piscator ; Wit, Frederik de.

1680 - The Royal City of Tangier, with the lines and fortifications when it was ataqued by the Moores in May, 1680. By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A Map of Oxfordshire, with the Roads. [By J. Seller] / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A Mapp of the Conquests that the French King hath made upon the Spanish Netherlands, Lorrain and Germany since the year 1673 ... By John Seller / [by] King, Daniel ; Seller, John.

1680 - Surrey actually survey'd and delineated by John Seller, John Oliver and Richard Palmer. J. Oliver & R. Palmer sculpsit / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - Oxfordshire actually survey'd and delineated by J. Seller and J. Oliver / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

A Coelestiall Planisphere. By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - [Six Views of Tangier, after Hollar.] J. Oliver fecit / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1680 - A mapp of the roads of England / by John Seller.

1680 - A New Mapp of the Roads of England, shewing the reputed distances from one to another, etc. By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A Mapp containing the Island & Kingdome of Sicily with a part of Naples, and other adjacent Coasts including the Tyrrhencan Sea, where most of things betwixt Spaine & France & their Alyes are acted, very comodiovsly contrived for y? present juncture of affaires, & particularly the Citty & Fire of Messina, both Prospect and Groundplat, etc. W. Hollar fecit, 1676. Scale of Italian miles, 100[ = 48 mm.]. (Prospect of the Straights of Sicily, vulgarly calldt Faro di Messina, from the North. Messina) / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A Mapp containing the Island & Kingdoms of Sicily ... W. Hollar fecit, 1676. (Prospect of the Straights of Sicily, vulgarly caldt Faro di Messina, from the North) / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1680 - Zodiacus Stellatus cujus limitibus planetarum omnium visibiles viae comprehenduntur. Autore J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A Collection of the County Mapps of the Kingdome of England and Principality of Wales, by John Seller (with a Map of Scotland and a Map of Ireland, a Plan of London and twenty-seven Views of its principal buildings) / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - Pest (Buda). [By J. Seller] / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - Amstelredam. J. Seller excudit / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - The City of Algiers Barbary. [By J. Seller] / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - Atlas terrestris ; A book of mapps, of all the countreys in the world ; A new system of geography / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - Atlas Caelestis, containing the Systems and Theoryes of the Planets, the Constellations of the Starrs, and other Phenomina's of the Heavens, with nessesary tables relateing thereto. Collected by John Seller. pp. 72 / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A new Mapp of the Sea Coasts of England, France and Holland / [by] Seller, John.

1680 - A pocket booke containing severall choice collections in arithmetick, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1680 - The Coasting Pilot, describing the ... Coasts of England, Flanders, and Holland, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1680 - An epitome of the art of navigation. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1681 - A map of some of the south and east bounds of Pennsylvania in America, being partly inhabited / [by] Penn, William, 1644-1718 ; Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698 ; Thornton, John, fl. 1681.

1682 - Atlas Maritimus; or a Sea Atlas; describing the Sea Coasts in most of the known parts of the World. By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1682 - The Island of Saint Hellena. By J. Seller. A scale of miles, 2[ = 20 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1682 - An Almanack for XXX years. By J. Seller. / [by] EPHEMERIDES ; Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1682 - A Description of New England in general: with a description of the town of Boston in particular. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1682 - Atlas Maritimus. A Chart of the Sea Coasts ... from Cape Cod to C. Hattaras / [by] Seller, John.

1683 - The Island of Tobago. By J. Seller, etc. (A Chart of the Carriby Islands.) A scale of Miles, 10[ = 165 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1684 - Barbados Almanack for XXX years, etc. [With a map.] / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; Ephemerides.

1684 - Jamaica Almanack. Shewing the day of the Month, the Suns Place ... With Tables of New Moones for XXX Yeares. [With a map.] / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; Ephemerides.

1684 - An Almanack for an age. For finding the day of the month, Dominical Letter, etc. ... By J. Seller. / [by] EPHEMERIDES ; Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1685 - A New Map of the Island of Barbadoes, wherein every Parish, Plantation, Watermill, Windmill & Cattlemill, is described with the name of the present possesor, and all things els[sic]remarkable according to a late Exact Survey thereef. By Phillip Lea ... and John Seller ... A Scale of English miles, 4[ = 125 mm] / [by] Lea, Philip ; Seller, John.

1685 - A Chart of the Baltick Sea, containing the Banks, Isles and Coasts from the Isle of Zeeland to the extremitie of the Gulf of Finland. ([With inset] Chart of the Harbour of Dantzik.) By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1685 - The Royal City of Tangier with the lines and fortifications when it was ataqued by ye Moores in May, 1680, by J. Seller, S. Moore fe / [by] Moore, S. ; Seller, John.

1685 - A New Map of New England, New York, New Jarsey, Pensilvania, Maryland and Virginia. A scale of English miles, 55[ = 96 mm] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1685 - Insulae Lamaicae. By John Seller. Eng. miles 30[ = 25 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1685 - A New Systeme: of Geography ... Accommodated with new maps, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1685 - A new systeme of geography, designed in a most plain and easy method, for the better understanding of that science. Accommodated with new mapps, of all the countreys ... in the whole world. With geographical tables ... / by John Seller ...

1685 - A pocket book, containing several choice Collections in Arithmetic, Geometry, &c, &c / [by] Seller, John.

1685 - A new map of the Island of Barbadoes wherein every parish, plantation, watermill, windmill & cattlemill, is described with the name of the present possessor, and all things els remarkable according to a late exact survey thereof / [by] Forde, Richard ; Lea, Philip ; Seller, John.

1685 - A Prospect of the famous City of Offen, otherwise Budapest, in the Kingdom of Hungaria; together with a particular account of the late Siege in the year 1684 and this present Siege in the year 1686, as also an Historical relation of the several sieges and other accidents that has hapned to it, ever since it came into the Turkish possession; by J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1685 - The Island of Barbados, by John Seller. English miles 4[ = 28 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1685 - A journal of the Venetian campaigne, A.D. 1687. Under the conduct of the Capt. General Morosini, General Coningsmark, Providitor Gen. Cornaro, General Venieri, etc. Translated from the Italian original, sent from Venice, and printed by order of the most Serene Republick / [by] Seller, John, fl.1658-1698.

1688 - Kent actually surveyed and delineated / by John Seller Hydrographer to the King.

1689 - The English pilot / [by] Seller, John, hydrographer.

1689 - Atlas Terrestris, or a Book of Mapps ... By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1690 - Radnor ... Cardigan et Caermarden ... comitatuum ... descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 74 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al..

1690 - Buckingamiae Comitatus vulgo Buckingham Shire. By John Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1690 - Mone Insula ... et Caernaruan ... comitatuu descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 80 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - South-amtoniae Comitatus ... vera descriptio. C. Saxton deseripsit ... 1575 Leonardus Terwoort Antverpianus sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 83 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - A book of Sea stormes and prospects. Thus showeth Cape Bona EsperanÁa / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1690 - Northamton ... Cantabrigiae ... descriptio ... 1576. Cambridge Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Cambridge-Shire and the Great Levell of ye Fenns, extending into the adjacent Shires, according to Surveys as it is now drained, at ye Charges of ye ... Earl of Bedford, and ye other Proprietors. By Sr. Jonas Moore, etc. Scale of Miles, 7[ = 72 mm.]. (Cambridg.-Ely) / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Oxonii buckinghamiae ... Comitatuum ... descriptio ... 1574. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 81 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Oxonii ... et berceriae Comitatuum ... descriptio ... 1574. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10 [= 81 mm.] Coloured / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Northamton, Bedfordiae ... descriptio ... 1567. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm.] Coloured / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - The English Pilot. First Book. First Part, describing the Sea Coasts ... in the Southern Navigation upon the coasts of England ... to the Straits-Mouth ... By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1690 - [A map of the World, and a collection of charts of North America and the West Indies.] (By W. Fisher, G. Harwar, J. Seller, and J. Thornton) / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1690 - A new systeme of geography, designed in a most plain and easie method, for the better understanding of that science. Accommodated with new mapps, of all the countries, regions, empires, monarchies, kingdoms, principalities, dukedoms, marquesates, dominions, estates, republiques, soveraignties, governments, seignories, provinces, and countries in the whole world. With geographical tables, explaining the divisions in each map. By John Seller, hydrographer to the King and Queen / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698 ; Seller, John, junior ; Seller, John, senior.

1690 - A Book of the Prospects of the Remarkable Places in and about the City of London. By John Seller. R. Adams fec. / [by] Seller, John ; Adams, R.

1690 - Scripture Geography, or a booke of mapps of all the countreys and places mentioned in the Old and New Testament. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1690 - The E. Side of Saint Helena, etc. (North side; North-West side) / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1690 - Hydrographia universalis, or, A book of maritime charts : describing the sea coasts, islands, and principal harbours, in all the known parts of the world. Usefull for merchants and marriners / By John Seller hydro[grapher] to the King. And are sold by him at ye Hermitage in Wapping.

1690 - A book of Sea Stormes and Prospects. By J. Seller / [by] Hollar, Wenceslaus ; Seller, John.

1690 - [A collection of Charts by J. Seller] / [by] Seller, John.

1690 - Suffolciae comitatus ... descriptio ... 1575 ... C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Cantii ... Surriae Comitat' vera descriptio An Dm 1575 ... C. Saxton descripsit ... R. Hogenbergius sculpsit ... Scala miliarium, 10[ = 67 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - The English Pilot. First Book. First part, describing the Sea-Coasts ... in the Southern Navigation ... to the straitsmouth, and so off to the Western Islands ... By John Seller. pp. 72 / [by] Seller, John.

1690 - Cambridge-Shire and The Great Levell of ye Fenns, extending into the Adjacent Shires, according to Surveys as it is now drained, at ye charges of ye ... Earl of Bedford, and ye other Proprietors. By Sr. Jonas Moore, etc. The Scale of Miles, 7[ = 72 mm.]. (Cambridge.--Ely) / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Denbigh ac Flint ... comitatuum descriptio ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. R. hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 117 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Cantii, Southsexiae ... Comitat' vera descriptio An Dm 1575 ... C. Saxton descripsit ... R. Hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 67 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Mapps of the seventeen Provinces of the Netherlands / [by] Burnford, Thomas ; Seller, John.

1690 - Warwic, Lecestriaeoþ comitat' ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. L. Terwoordus Antwerpianus incidebat. Scala miliarium, 12[ = 100, mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Glocestriae ... Comitat' ... tipus atq. effigies ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. Augustinus Ryther Anglus sculpsit ... Scala miliarium, 12[ = 100 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Cantii ... et Middelsexiae Comitat' vera descriptio An Dim 1575 ... C. Saxton descripsit. R. Hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 67 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Westmorlandiae et Cumberlandiae Comit ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. A. Ryther Anglus sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 68 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Frugiferi ac ameni Herefordiae comitatus deliniatio ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. R. hogenbergius [sculpsit]. Scala miliarium, 6[ = 70 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Wiltoniae Comitatus ... hic ob oculos proponitur ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. Remigius Hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 97 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Wigorniensis comitatus ... descriptio ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 107 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Northamton, Huntingdoniae ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Eboracensis comitatus ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. A. Ryther Anglus sculpsit ... Scala miliarium, 12[ = 90 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Northamton, Bedfordiae ... descriptio ... 1567. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm.] Coloured / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Denbigh ac Flint ... comitatuum descriptio ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. Remigius hogenbergins sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 117 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Montgomeri ac Merionidh ... descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. R. Hogenbergius sculpist. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 92 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Cantii, Southsexiae, Surriae, et Middelsexiae Comitat' vera descriptio Au Dm 1575 ... C. Saxton descripsit Remigius Hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 67 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - To his Grace the ... Lord Archbishop of Canterbury ... this new Map of Kent is ... dedicated by P. Lea. (Canterbury.) A scale of miles, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Warwic, Lecestriaeþ comitat' ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. L. Terwoordus Antverpianus incidebat. Scala miliarium, 12[ = 100 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Lancastriae comitatus ... descriptio ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. R. hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 67 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Radnor ... Cardigan et Caermarden ... comitatuum ... descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 74 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Mone Insulae modo Anglesey et Caernaruan ... comitatuu descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. Scale miliarium, 10[= 80 mm.] Coloured / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Monvmethensis Comitatus ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 8[ = 114 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Cestriae comitatus ... effigies. C. Saxton descripsit. F. Scatterus sculpsit ... 1577. Scala miliarium, 8[ = 93 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - The Harbour of Corke. A scale of three English miles[ = 110 mm] / [by] Seller, John.

1690 - Promontorium hoc ... Cornubia dicitur ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. L. Terwoort Antverpianus sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 12[ = 82 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Montgomeri ac Merionidh ... descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. R. hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 92 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Devoniae Comitat. ... descriptio ... 1575. C. Saxton descripsit. R. hogenbergius sculp ... Scale miliarium, 10[ = 69 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Dorcestriae Comitatus ... noua veraque descriptio ... 1575. C. Saxton descripsit. Scale milarium, 10[ = 113 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Dunelmensis Episcopatus, qui comitatus est palatinus ... descriptio ... 1567. C. Saxton descripsit. A. Ryther sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 8[ = 95 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - [An atlas of England and Wales, containing 35 coloured maps, drawn by Christopher Saxton and engraved by A. Ryther, R. Hogenberg, C. Hogius, N. Reynolds, L. Terwoort and F. Scatter] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Norfolciae comitatus ... descriptio ... 1574 ... C. Saxton descripsit. Cornelius Hogius sculpsit. Scala miliarium[ 10 = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Northamton, Bedfordiae, Cantabrigiae, Huntingdonaie et Rutlandiae ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Northumbriae comitatus ... descriptio. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 66 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Lincolniae, Notinghamiaeoþ comitatuu ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. R. hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 65 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Oxonii buckinghamiae et berceriae Comitatuum ... descriptio ... 1574. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium 10[ = 81 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Penbrok comitat' ... descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 119 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Radnor, Breknok, Cardigan et Caermarden ... comitatuum ... descriptio ... 1578. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 74 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Northamton ... et Rutlandiae ... descriptio ... 1576. C. Saxton descripsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - A Mapp of New Jersey by John Seller. [1660.] Ja. Clerk sculp. [Scale,] English ... leagues, 11[ = 122 mm.]. (New York) / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1690 - Anglia hominunumero rerumoB ferÈ omniu copijs abundans, sub mitissimo Elizabethae ... Reginae imperio ... florentissima. Christophorus Saxton descripsit. Augustinus Ryther Anglus sculpsit ... 1579. Scale miliarium, 50[ = 58 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Salopiae comitatus ... descriptionem haectibi tabula refert ... 1577. C. Saxtyon descripsit. R. Hogenbergius sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 8[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Somersetensem Comitat ... hec ob oculos ponit tabula ... 1575. Christophorus Saxton descripsit. L. Terwoort Antverpianus sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 97 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1690 - Staffordiae comitatu ... haec tibi tabula exhibet ... 1577. C. Saxton descripsit. F. Scatterus sculpsit. Scala miliarium, 10[ = 85 mm] / [by] Lamb, Francis , et al.

1691 - Atlas Terrestris: or A Book of Mapps, of all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdomes, Regions, Dominions, Principalities, and Countreys in the Whole World Accomodated with a Brief Description, of the nature and Quality of each particular Countrey / By Iohn Seller .

1691 - A moderate computation of the expences in provisions spent in the cities of London and Westminster : and the places within the weekly bills of mortality for a year, month, week, day, hour, and minute : founded upon this modest supposition, that there may be but million of people within the said cities / by John Seller.

1691 -The Sea-Gunner: shewing the practical part of gunnery, as it is used at sea ... To which is added an appendix, shewing the use of a proportional scale, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1693 - The shires of England and Wales / described by Christopher Saxton. Being the best and original mapps with many additions and corrections viz ye hundreds, roads, etc. by Philip Lea. Also the new surveis [sic] of Ogilby.

1694 - Practical Navigation: or, an Introduction to the whole art. Containing the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles. Plain, Mercator, Great-circle Sailing; and astronomical problems. The use of divers instruments ... Sundry useful tables ... The seventh edition, carefully corrected. [With plates.] / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1695 - Anglia Contracta, or a Description of the Kingdom of England and Principality of Wales ... By J. Seller / [by] Seller, John.

1695 - A geographicall description of ye kingdom of Ireland. / Collected from ye actual survey made by S[i]r William Petty ; Corrected & amended, by the advice, & assistance, of severall able artists, late inhabitants of that kingdom [by Francis Lamb].

1695 - Lancashire / by John Seller.

1695 - The History of England ... Together with a particular description of the rarities in the several counties of England and Wales: with exact maps of each county. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1700 - Atlas Coelestis, containing the Systems and Theoryes of the Planets, the Constellations of the starrs, and other Phenomina's of the Heavens. London: Sold by Ier: Seller & Cha: Price at ye Hermitage & Phil: Lea at ye Atlas & Hercules in Cheapside / [by] Lea, Philip , et al.

1700 - A Pocket Book. Containing severall choice collections in arethmetick [sic], astronomy, etc. [By John Seller.] MS. notes. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; POCKET BOOK.

1700 - All sorts of Instruments belonging to the art of Navigation are sold by Jere: Seller & Cha: Price / [by] Lea, Philip , et al.

1701 - Camden's Britannia abridg'd : with improvements, and continuations, to this present time. To which are added, exact lists of the present nobility of England, Scotland, and Ireland: also a valuation of all ecclesiastical preferments at the end of each county. With many useful additions. The whole carefully perform'd, and illustrated with above sixty maps exactly engraven / [by] Camden, William, 1551-1623 ; Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698 ; Telle, Reinier, 1578-1618.

1701 - Scotland / by I. Selle.

1702 - The English Pilot. The first book. Describing the ... Northern Navigation ... (The second book. Describing the Southern Navigation.-The third book. Describing the Oriental Navigation.) Collected ... by John Seller. Also an appendix, containing a ... description of the ... Coast of England ... by Capt. Gilb. Crane, and Capt. Tho. Brown ... The sea-coasts surveyed, by Jonas Moor. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1703 - the History of England ... With the Maps of all the Counties and Islands belonging to England, being in all about seventy copper cutts; with a table of contents. By John Seller. Hydrographer to Her Majesty. The third edition. pp. 680 / [by] Seller, John.

1704 - A New Map of New England, New York, New Jersey, etc / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Part of New England, New York, East New Jersey and Long Island / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A new Chart of the Sea Coast of Newfoundland ... New Jersey ... By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Virginia, Maryland, Pennsilvania, New Jersey. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A New Map of New England, New York, etc / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Part of New England, New York, etc / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A new Chart of the Trading Part of Newfoundland. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - [Part of Newfoundland. Comprising Harbor Grace, Witlesse Bay, Bay Bulls, Port Bonavista, Cattalina Harbour, Spillers Bay and Ragged Harbour. By J. Thornton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John .

1704 - A New Chart of the Sea Coast of Newfoundland, New Scotland, New England ... By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Part of New England, New York, East New Jarsey and Long Island. [By J. Thornton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Part of New England. By J. Thornton ... and W. Fisher / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A Chart of the Iland [sic] Cuba, the Gulf of Florida, etc / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Chart of the north part of America. For Hudson's Bay, commonly called North-West Passage. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, Joh.

1704 - [Part of Newfoundland, Comprising Harbour Grace ... By J. Thorton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A chart of the Iland of Hispaniola [or Hispaniola. By J. Thorton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A new Mapp of the World according to Edward Wright commonly called Mercator's Projection. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A Chart of the Island Cuba ... and the Windward Passage / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - The Iland of Tobago. A chart of the C. Islands / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - The Island of Jamaica. (A draft of the Harbor of Port Royall and of all the Kees.) [By J. Thornton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A chart of the C. Ilands. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A new Chart of the Sea Coast of Newfoundland, Virginia ... by J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Virginia, Maryland, Pennsilvania, East and West New Jarsey. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.A New Map of New England, New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Maryland and Virginia / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

A new Map of New England ... Maryland, and Virginia. By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - Virginia, Maryland ... By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 = A new Chart of the Sea Coasts of Newfoundland, ... Maryland ... By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - [Part of Newfoundland, comprising ... Spiller's Bay, etc] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 = A new Chart of the sea coast of Newfoundland ... Pennsylvania ... by J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - [Part of Newfoundland, comprising ... Catalina Harbour, etc., by J. Thornton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A new Chart of the Sea Coast of Newfoundland, New Scotland ... By J. Thornton / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John.

1704 - A Chart of the Island Cuba, the Gulf of Florida, with the Bahama Islands and the Windward Passage. [By J. Thornton?] / [by] Fisher, William ; Seller, John .

1710 - Kent, actually survey'd and delineated by J. Seller ... Newly corrected and amended with many additions / [by] Seller, John .

1710 - The County of Middlesex actually survey'd and delineated, by John Seller. Newly corrected & amended, with many Additions, etc. To the Nobility and Gentry that are related to the county of Middlesex. This Map is ... dedicated by John Seller. I. Oliver sculp. [Scale,] 2 statute ... miles[ = 50 mm] / [by] Oliver, John ; Seller, John.

1710 - Atlas Maritimus or the Sea Atlas, being a book of Maratime [sic] Charts ... with an Hidrographical description of the whole World, etc. By John Thornton, etc / [by] Seller, John.

1712 - A new map of Germany, Hungary, Transilvania & the Suisse cantons : with many remarks not extant in any map, according to the newest and most exact observations / by Herman Moll, geographer.

1720 - Lincoln Shire. [By J. Seller] / [by] Seller, John.

1729 - The English Pilot. Part I. Describing the sea-coasts ... harbours, rivers and ports, together with the soundings, sands, rocks and dangers in the Southern Navigation upon the coasts of England, Scotland, Ireland ... to the Canary ... and Western Islands. Shewing the courses and distances ... / [by] Mount, William ; Page, Thomas ; Seller, John.

1730 - Practical navigation, or An introduction to the whole art, containing many useful geometrical definitions and problems ... All carefully corrected with many useful additions. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1730 - The north part of Great Britain called Scotland : with considerable inprovements [sic] and many remarks not extant in any map / According to the newest and exact observations by Hermann Moll.

1737 - The English Pilot. The first book. Describing the ... Northern Navigation ... (The second book. Describing the Southern Navigation.-The third book. Describing the Oriental Navigation.) Collected ... by John Seller. Also an appendix, containing a ... description of the ... Coast of England ... by Capt. Gilb. Crane, and Capt. Tho. Brown ... The sea-coasts surveyed, by Jonas Moor. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1743 - The English Pilot. [By John Seller.] Part I. Describing the Sea-Coasts ... Harbours, Rivers, and Ports, together with the Soundings, Sands, Rocks and Dangers in the Southern Navigation upon the Coasts of England, Scotland, Ireland ... to the Canary ... and Western Islands. Shewing the Courses and Distances, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; ENGLISH PILOT.

1745 - The English pilot / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

1746 - The English pilot. The second part. Describing the sea-coasts, capes, headlands, soundings, sands, shoals, rocks, and dangers, the bays, roads, harbours, rivers and ports in the whole northern navigation / [by] Seller, John.

1747 - The English pilot / collected ... by J. Seller. The first book. Describing the sea-coasts ... in the whole northern navigation [& in the southern navigation]. Part 1. Describing ... the southern navigation.

1749 - The English Pilot. [By John Seller.] The fourth book, describing the West-India Navigation, from Hudson's Bay to the River Amazones. The whole being much enlarged and corrected, with the additions of several new charts and descriptions, not published before this edition, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; ENGLISH PILOT.

1753 - The English Pilot. (The fourth book. Describing the West India navigation ... The whole being much enlarged ... with the additions of several new charts, etc.) / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1755 - The English Pilot. (The fourth book. Describing the West India navigation ... The whole being much enlarged ... with the additions of several new charts, etc.) / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1760 - The English Pilot. (The fourth book. Describing the West India navigation ... The whole being much enlarged ... with the additions of several new charts, etc.) / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1761 - The English Pilot. (Book III.) Describing the Sea-Coasts, Capes, Headlands ... in the Oriental Navigation, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer.

1770 - The English Pilot. [By John Seller.] Describing the sea-coasts, capes, head-lands, soundings, sands, shoals, rocks and dangers; the bays, roads, harbours, rivers and ports in the whole Northern Navigation, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; ENGLISH PILOT.

1771 - The English Pilot, for the Southern Navigation ... : together with the soundings, sands, rocks and dangers on the coast of England, Scotland, Ireland, Holland, Flanders, Spain, Portugal, to the Streight's-Mouth; with the coasts of Barbary, and off to the Canary, Madeira, Cape de Verde and Western-Islands / [by] Seller, John ; Mount, John ; Page, Thomas.

1773 - The English Pilot. (The fourth book. Describing the West-India Navigation ... The whole being much enlarged ... with the additions of several new charts, etc.) / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer .

1777 - The antiquities of England and Wales / by Francis Grose.

1779 - The English pilot for the southern navigation / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

1780 - The English pilot / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

1782 - Novissima et accuratissima insulae Jamaicae / Descriptio per Johannem Sellerum, Hydrographum Regium, Londini.

1792 - The English Pilot / [By J. Seller]. Part I. Describing the Sea-Coasts ... Harbours, Rivers and Ports, together with the Soundings, Sands, Rocks and Dangers in the Southern Navigation upon the Coasts of England, Scotland, Ireland ... to the Canary ... and Western Islands. Shewing the Courses and Distances.....


1794 - Cary's New and correct English atlas : being a new set of county maps from actual surveys. Exhibiting all the direct & principal cross roads, cities, towns, and most considerable villages, parks, rivers, navigable canals etc. Preceded by a general map of south Britain, shewing the connexion of one map with another. Also a general description of each county, and directions for the junction of the roads from one county to another / [by] Cary, John, ca1754-1835 , et al.

1803 - The English Pilot. [By John Seller.] Describing the sea-coasts, capes, head-lands, bays, roads, harbours, rivers and ports ... in the whole Mediterranean Sea ... Carefully corrected, with new additions, etc. / [by] Seller, John, Hydrographer ; ENGLISH PILOT.

1943 - A Map of some of the south and east bounds of Pennsylvania in America, being partly inhabited / [by] Penn, William, 1644-1718 , et al.

1958 - A mapp of New Jersey in America / by John Seller and William Fisher.

1960 - A Carto-Bibliographical Study of The English Pilot, the fourth book. With special reference to the charts of Virginia. / [by] Verner, Coolie ; Seller, John, Hydrographer ; ENGLISH PILOT, MapsRef.E.4b.

1967 - The English pilot, the fourth book, London 1689 / with an introduction by Coolie Verner.

1967 - The English pilot : the fourth book / [by] Fisher, William , et al.

1968 - Hydrographia universalis, or, A book of maritime charts : describing the sea coasts, islands, and principal harbours in all the known parts of the world usefull for merchants and marriners / by John Seller ... and are sold by him at ye Hermitage in Wapping.

1968 - The coasting pilot : describing the sea coasts, chanells, sounding sands, shoals, rocks, and dangers, the bayes, roads, harbors, rivers & ports, with the buoyes, beacons, and sea marks upon ye coasts of England, Holland, Flanders, & France / collected and published by John Seller ... and are to be sold at his shop.

1968 - Atlas maritimus, or, The sea-atlas : being a book of maritime charts describing the sea-coasts, capes, headlands, sands, shoals, rocks, and dangers, the bays, roads, harbors, rivers and ports, in most of the known parts of the world : collected from the latest and best discoveries that have been made by divers able and experienced navigators of our English nation : accommodated with a hydrographical description of the whole world ... : with the nature of the commodities and merchandizes of each country / by John Seller.

1968 - Atlas minimus, or, A book of geography : shewing all the empires, monarchies, kingdomes, regions, dominions, principalities and countries in the whole world / by John Seller.

1968 - Atlas cÊlestis : containing the systems and theoryes of the planets, the constellations of the starrs, and other phenomina's of the heavens, with neccesary tables relating thereto / collected by John Seller.

1968 - A description of New-England in general, with a description of the town of Boston in particular / published by John Seller.

1968 - An epitome of the art of navigation / by John Seller.

1968 - The history of England : giving a true and impartial account of the most considerable transactions in church and state, in peace and war, during the reigns of all the kings and queens, from the coming of Julius CÊsar into Britain : with an account of all plots, conspiracies, insurrections, and rebellions ... : likewise, a relation of the wonderful prodigies ... to the year 1696 ... : together with a particular description of the rarities in the several counties of England and Wales, with exact maps of each county / by John Seller.

1968 - A moderate computation of the expences in provisions, spent in the cities of London and Westminster : and the places within the weekly bills of mortality, for a year, month, week, day, hour and minute, founded upon this modest supposition, that there may be but [a] million of people within the said cities and weekly bills of mortality, observed by a scrutinous enquiry i[n] most of the particulars / by John Seller, Sen .

1968 - Scripture geography, or, A booke of mapps of all the countreys and places mentioned in the Old and New Testament / by Iohn Seller.

1968 - The sea-gunner : shewing the practical part of gunnery as it is used at sea : and, as an introduction thereto, there is exhibited two compendiums, one of vulgar, the other of decimal arithmetick, with necessary tables relating to that art : to which is added an appendix, shewing the use of a proportional scale gunnery, and the use off the sea-gunners rule / composed by John Seller, Senior.

1968 - A pocket book containing severall choice collections in arithmetick, astronomy, geometry, surveying, dialling, navigation, astroloy, geography, measuring, gageing / by John Seller.

1968 - A description of the seventeen provinces, and of the province of Haynault in particular, in which is the city of Mons / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

1969 - Atlas terrestris, or, A book of mapps : of all the empires, monarchies, kingdoms, regions, dominions, principalities and countreys in the whole world : accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each perticular [sic] countrey / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

1969 - A description of New-England / published by John Seller.

1970 - The English pilot, the third book, London, 1703 / with an introduction by Coolie Verner and R.A. Skelton.

1970 - Anglia contracta, or, A description of the kingdom of England & principality of Wales : in several new mapps of all the countyes therein contained / by John Seller.

1973 - A new systeme of geography, designed in a most plain and easy method for the better understanding of that science : accommodated with new mapps of all the countreys, regions, empires, monarchis, kingdoms, principalities, dukedoms, marquesates, dominions, estates, republiques, Soveraignties, governments seignories, provinces, and countreys in the whole world with geographical tables, explaining the divisions in each mapp / John Seller.

1973 - The English pilot : the fifth book / [by] Seller, John ; Price, C. ; Verner, Coolie [Introducer]. 1978 - Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles ... as also of the plain-chart, Mercator's chart and both globes; sundry useful tables in navigation, and a table of 10,000 logarithms and of logarithm-sines, tangents and secants / by John Seller.

1978 - A new systeme of geography : designed in a most plain and easie method, for the better understanding of that science : accommodated with new maps, of all the empires, kingdoms, principalities, dukedows, provinces and countries in the whole world : with geographical tables, explaining the divisions in each map / by John Seller.

1981 - The English pilot : describing the sea-coasts, capes, head-lands, soundings, sands, shoals, rocks, and dangers, the bayes, roads, harbors, rivers and ports in the northern and southern navigation ... : being furnished with new and exact draughts, charts and descriptions gathered from the latest and best discoveries that haue been made by divers able and expert navigators of our English nation / collected for the general use of our countrymen by Iohn Seller, hydrographer to the King.

1982 - Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing many useful and geometrical definitions and problems / by John Seller.

1983 - New England almanack : shewing the day of the month[l]ey prime, epact & dominical letter : with a table of the new moones for XXX years ... : calculated for the meridian of ye said province / by John Seller.

1983 - Atlas Maritimus, or, A sea atlas describing the sea-coasts in most of the known parts of the world : by John John Seller / [by] Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

1985 - Four county maps of Hertfordshire : Seller 1676, Oliver 1695, Warburton 1749, Bryant 1822 / with introductions by Donald Hodson.

1993 - Practical navigation : (1680) / John Seller ; a facsimile reproduction with an introduction by Michael Richey.

1994 - The sea-gunner / John Seller, snr.

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