MARION CO, FLORIDA (made from in 1844 from ALACHUA, HILLSBOROUGH, MOSQUITO
lays next to now PUTNAM, LAKE, SUMTER, CITRUS, LEVY, ALACHUA, VOLUSIA


ELSIE'S PAGE

MNations PAGE

HORRY CO, SC

MIKE'S PAGE

MARRIAGES




Marion County, FL; 2 Nov 1850; 3rd District; Hiram T. Mann, Asst. Marshal,
Page 256
230/230  Meadows, James         30  M   SC  Farmer
230/230  Meadows, Rachael Gainey    25  F   GA
230/230  Meadows, Milas         10  M   GA
230/230  Meadows, Eliza Elizabeth     8 F   GA
                    married Ashley Troy Hudnell 01/04/1871  D-041
230 230 Meadows, Jacob            6 M   GA
230 230 Meadows, George Ann       4 F   GA (  married Jessee E. Sellers   12/31/1868  C-238 )
230 230 Meadows, James            1 M   FL

Frank Perry Barnes married Malinda Mae Hudnell  2 Aug 1899. Book 2, P. 451

Jenny Lind
:         JLOlin@aol.com

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from GEORGIA
Georgia L. Fletcher [chickfletcher@comcast.net]
1850 Marion County, Florida
4th District
enumerated 02 December 1850
Willis D. Sellers, 44, M, farmer and Baptist Preacher, NC (ca 1806) (married when/where?) Where 1840?Willis/Willets Daniel? msh) (Willis Sellers in 1840 Brunswick and Orange Co, NC, msh) 
Sarah Sellers, 37, F, NC
Daniel W. Sellers, 19, M, laborer, NC************** (ca1831)
Rebecca Sellers, 17, F, NC
Amelia Sellers, 13, F, NC
Jesse Sellers, 11, M, NC (ca1839)
Margaret Sellers, 9, F, NC
Sarah Sellers, 7, F, NC
Lydia Sellers, 5, F, NC ( ca 1845)

1860 Marion County, Florida
Ocala Post Office
enumerated 18 July 1860
Page 323A
Sarah Sellars, 47, F, seamstress, $1,000/$12,000, NC
Jesse E. Sellars, 21, M, planter, NC
Sarah Sellars, 15, F, NC
Liddia Sellars, 12, F, NC
Catherine Sellars, 7, F, FL (ca 1853)
Ellen Sellars, 2, F, FL

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The Ws. is possibly for Willets. I have another Daniel Willets Sellers in
my database as being born 11 December 1831 and died November 1921 in Marion
County, Florida. I have that this Daniel Willets Sellers married Sarah Ann
Blackman, however. He is the son of Willets Daniel Sellers, Jr. and Sarah
Stanaland. I know we have some people researching these lines. GEORGIA #1
Georgia L. Fletcher [chickfletcher@comcast.net]

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and Ray had a Daniel Webster Sellers and can't find complete letter. (on New Hanover, NC page?) Don't appear to be same, diff families, haven't worked on today.

 

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 1880 MARION CO, FL=
ISAAC SELLERS 30 SC (ck Horry Co, SC)
MELISSA 30 FL
TOBITHA STOKES 11 FL
SARRAH STOKES 9 FL
ELIAS STOKES 7 FL
ABSOLUM STOKES 3 FL
SUSAN SELLERS 9/12 FL

J.E. SELLERS 38 NC
GEORGEANA 28 FL
POLLY 9 FL
DAVID 6 FL
ELLA 4 FL
THOMAS 1 FL

M. SELLERS 40F SC
H. 21M FL
FLORA 15 FL
W. 13M FL
R. 2M FL
H. 21 FL (sex not reported) relation = N=niece/nephew

JAN 12, 1880, BOOK T, PAGE 131 (Horry Co., Sc)
ISAAC J. SELLERS OF ORANGE SPRINGS, MARION CO, FLA-1/6 TH INTEREST IN
ESTATE OF SUSAN
SELLERS, MOTHER, PLANTATION IN FLOYDS TOWNSHIP, KNOWN AS MUNROE STEPHENS
LAND
(A.M.SKIPPER, SHERRIF) FOR $7



Contributed by ELSIE S. HARVIN ElliottNewell@bigfoot.com

MARION CO, FL DEEDS

MAY 12, 1881, DEED BOOK 405
GEORGE SELLERS BOUGHT FROM MR HIGGINS AND GEORGE G. RHODES OF CITY OF
WATUGA, KNOX CO, IL
- $250 FOR 20 ACREES IN MARION CO, FL
WITH=W.S. BULLOCK
S.A.BUNSON

SEPT 1, 1882, DEED BOOK N, PAGE 337
GEORGE SELLERS TO HANDY SELLERS FOR $35 - 5 ACRES BOUNDED BY S.R. LONG,
W.M.GUILD AND
GEORGE SELLERS
WIT=DANIEL STANALAND
HUGH STANALAND

NOV 7, 1879, DEED BOOK 27, PAGE 617
TABITHA E. STOKES TO ISAAC J. SELLERS FOR $500 , DOWER OF LAND TO TABITHA
AND JAMES R.
STOKES - 80 ACRES
WITH = JOHN CRAFT
H.J. YORK
ORANGE SPRINGS, FL is NOTED here - Elsie probably knows what it meant,msh.

MAY 10, 1886, DEED BOOK 27, PAGE 615
ISAAC J. SELLERS TO DENNIS BRIGHT FOR $700 - 80 ACRES IN MARION CO (ORANGE SPRINGS) -
WIT=C.A.LOPEZ
JIM LIVINGSTON, JR
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ISAAC JOHNSTON SELLERS AND DAU, SUSAN GERTRUDE SELLERS WENT TO
BRUNSWICK,GA?  IN 1886, WHERE
HE MET AND MARRIED MY GRANDMOTHER - (MELISSA STOKES DIED 1885) ESTHER ARUELLA DRURY -
ACTUALLY MARRIED IN CAMDEN CO, GA, COPY OF MARRIAGE LICENSE 1888.
ELSIE S. HARVIN
ElliottNewell@bigfoot.com

ELSIE  has also sent us HORRY CO, SC DEEDS and COLUMBUS CO,NC DEEDS



HORRY CO, SC=
JAN 12, 1880, BOOK T, PAGE 131
ISAAC J. SELLERS OF ORANGE SPRINGS, MARION CO, FLA-1/6 TH INTEREST IN
ESTATE OF SUSAN SELLERS, MOTHER, PLANTATION IN FLOYDS TOWNSHIP, KNOWN AS MUNROE STEPHENS LAND
(A.M.SKIPPER, SHERRIF) FOR $7

   From:
        "Nikki" <nikki@gscyclone.com>

I noticed that Elsie was questioning the relationship of George and Handy
Sellars to the Stanalands.  Handy and George were former slaves of Willis
and Sarah Sellars.  (Sarah was a Stanaland.) Marion County, FL property
records indicated that Willis purchsed George from someone in NC (can't
remember who owned him.) 



NIKKI - Thank YOU -
do you have copies of ANY of these land deeds or documents you have
collected on SELLERS or STANALANDS?
Stanalands follow us back to NC - and maybe others-
WE need these records ! Thank You for Sharing any info.
EXtracts of records is fine, if you don't have time to Type up
completely. List Where came from =
land records, deeds, etc.

Do we have Your connection to SELLERS? a small chart with Name,
Dates,Ages and Places and we can link You to these County/State pages
and Others can find you. And you can Share info and Send back to us so
Others Working on these families can use and share. It WORKS.
marie, iowa



1900 MARION CO, FL

 

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Dear Marie,

Here is the information about the “Descendants of William Sellers, Sr. of
Isle of Wight, Virginia, 1657” book:

William Sellers, Sr., the immigrant ancestor, arrived at Isle of Wight, VA
from England about November 1657. He became the progenitor of the Southern
branch of Sellers family, who migrated into North Carolina about 1700 and
then disburse from there into many other Southern states. This book
includes 13 generations of his descendants.

Elisha Sellers and his family moved to Brunswick Co., NC about 1762, where
he and his son, Calvin Sellers, served in the American Revolution. Some of
the Sellers families moved westward from North Carolina about 1790 into
Tennessee and Kentucky. Between 1820-1835, other Sellers families began to
migrate to Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas.

In 1848, Rev. Willets Daniel Sellers and his family moved with the
Stanalands and other families from Brunswick Co., NC to Marion Co., FL. The
Sellers and Stanalands were the first settlers to move east of Fort King and
the Ocklawaha River (Ocala). They homesteaded on land at Little Lake Bryant
in what is now the Ocala National Forest.

Copies of this book have been donated to the Florida DAR at the Library in
Orlando, FL and the National DAR Library in Washington, D.C. It may be used
as proof on your application papers for membership in the Daughters or Sons
of the American Revolution (DAR or SAR).

The book, “Descendants of William Sellers, Sr. of Isle of Wight, Virginia,
1657”, was compiled and edited by Opal Freer Spencer, published in 2001 on
236 pages of acid-free paper, bound in Velo and completely indexed. Please
make your check or money order payable to Opal Spencer for $35.00, (which
includes postage & handling) and send to the address below.

Thank you,

Mrs. Opal Freer Spencer
1811 NE 41st Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308-5537

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