One of my wife's great-grandmothers was a Hannah Isabel Sellers who
Langford Fidler. she was b. in 1865. Her father was a Charles Sellers
married a Harriet ( ). Do you have a Charles Sellers in your data
people were living in Orange Co., IN
and many of her ancestors lived in
Frankfurt, KY area. Frank Horton
Hannah Isabel d. in 1936 in Orange Co, IN, buried in IOOF
cem. in Orleans
Township. We think she was born probably in Lawrence
Co., IN. This family
doves tail back into the Langford and Dalton families that apparently
from TN, through KY to IN. Frank
Marie, don't know where Charles or Harriet were born. My guess is
IN. They remained in IN until my wife's parents moved out in the
FRANK, thanks, I see =
1880 ORANGE CO, IN, Orlens, =
CHARLES V. SELLERS 40 IL
FRANCES E. 39 IL
HARRIETT B. 15 IL
HANNAH J. 13 IL
EMILY J. 11 IN
CHARLES A 10 IN
1860 LAWRENCE CO, IN=
CHARLES A. SELLERS, PAGE 885, SPICE VALLEY TWP
1870 = post CHARLES SELLERS , maybe from IL also? marie, iowa
JAMES, You have worked on the Lawrence Co, IN -SELLERS- did you
connected to yours or connected to a Charles ?
I only have a Charles Sellars son of Uriah and Martha Wible Sellers,
1863, died 1864 in Coles Co., IL. I also have a Charles A. Sellers,
January 14, 1875, was married to Katherine C. Chapman and they lived
Madison Co., IN and before that the family was in Wayne Co., IN.
helps but its all I can find.
ROBERT SOLLARS has worked on IL SELLERS early -
Sorry, no one here I am aware of being evenly remotely
related to my
FRANK, hope this gives you a few places to check - if you receive
forward to me/our sellers group -
DOES/DID Hannah Isabell SELLERS know any brothers/sisters?
LOOKS like You/We need to read 1860 ILLINOIS for SELLERS/Index and
have a CHARLES SELLERS!
Marie, I think you are right. Your information is the first I have
an IL connection. Can't answer the question about brothers and sisters.
institutional memory was my wife's grandmother and she died in 1979.
at my brother-in-law's house in Georgia are a lot of momentos that
save some day. We never seem to get time to go there. Frank