DECATUR CO, IOWA (made in 1846 from Appanoose)
From: "Mary A. Ellingson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 1870 Sharon Township, Appanoose, IA Census Zellers, John 47 m w farming 1800 800 Maryland Ellin 41 f w KH Maryland John H. 21 m w farming 400 OH George W. 19 m w OH Mary C. 17 f w OH Ebein W. 14 m w OH Harry R. 10 m w IA Charles M. 7 m w IA Nathan 4 m w IA Emma 8/12 f w IA ========= 1870 Flara E Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1869 Iowa White Female
Littie Mary Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1868 Iowa White Female
Mases y Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1840 Indiana White Male
Sarah E Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1843 Ohio White Female
1880 Daniel Sellers Caldwell, Appanoose, IA abt 1833 Ohio Self,Dry Goods Merchant,both parents VA (ck Putnam, Pemiscot, MO. )
E. J. Sellers Caldwell, Appanoose, IA abt 1830 Ohio Wife, DAD ---, MOM OH
A. J. Sellers Caldwell, Appanoose, IA abt 1860 Missouri Daughter
Anna Sellers Caldwell, Appanoose, IA abt 1862 Missouri Daughter
Charles F. Sellers Caldwell, Appanoose, IA abt 1869 Missouri Son (ck CO, FRESNO, CA)
Geo T. Sellers Caldwell, Appanoose, IA abt 1871 Missouri Son Moses Y. Sellers Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1840 Indiana Self
Elizabeth C. Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1852 Ohio Wife
Lillie M. Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1868 Iowa Daughter
Flora E. Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1869 Iowa Daughter
Jennie B. Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1875 Iowa Daughter
Maggie A. Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1877 Iowa Daughter
Earl D. Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, IA abt 1878 Iowa Son William Sellars Centerville, Appanoose, IA abt 1855 Tennessee Self
Maggie Sellars Centerville, Appanoose, IA abt 1851 Pennsylvania Wife John Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1825 Maryland Self
Ellen Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1828 Maryland Wife
Nathan J. Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1866 Iowa Son
Emma Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1870 Iowa Daughter
George W. Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1841 Ohio Self
Mary J. Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1856 Illinois Wife
Mary E. Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1874 Iowa Daughter
George E. ZellarsSharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1876 Iowa Son
John H. Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1849 Ohio Self
Susanna Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1855 Iowa Wife
Martin ZellarsSharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1876 Iowa Son
Brazella B. ZellarsSharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1878 Iowa Son
Rosella Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, IA abt 1878 Iowa Daughter
CALDWELL ITEMS. Caldwell, Iowa, May 9th, 1882.
Ed. Times: -- The doctors report considerable sickness.
J. H. Gough sold to N.N. Ervin, 40 acres land at $10 per acre.
A reorganization of the Sunday school at the M.E. church resulted in electing the following officers: D. Exline, Sup't, D. Sellers, Sec'y, John Benefield, Treasurer, F.M. Morgan, Librarian.
1885 1895 1900 Ann Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1835 Virginia White Wife
Floyd Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1891 Iowa White Grandson
Lulu Sellers Center, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1888 Iowa White Daughter
Dr. M Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1840 Indiana White Head
Maggie Sellers Center, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1851 Pennsylvania White Wife
Maggie A Sellers Moulton, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1877 Iowa White Stepdaughter
Oliver Sellers Pleasant, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1876 Missouri White Boarder
Perly Sellers Center, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1882 Iowa White Son
William A Sellers Center, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1852 Tennessee White Head
Susan E Zellars Sharon, Appanoose, Iowa abt 1856 Iowa White Head == BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY - CALDWELL TOWNSHIP, PG 568-574
1878 APPANOOSE COUNTY HISTORY BOOK Sellers, Daniel, dealer in dry-goods, groceries, boots and shoes, corner Front and Main sts., Exline; residence same; born in Warren Co., Ohio, in 1833; removed to Southeastern Missouri in 1854, thence to this county in 1864. He owns forty acres of land on Sec. 33, residence and place of business, all valued at $2,000. Married Miss Eliza J. Carhart in 1857; she was born in Jefferson Co., Ind., in 1830. They have four children - Alice J., born in 1858; Anna, born in 1861; Charles F., born in 1868,and George T., born in 1870. Republican; Mr. and Mrs. Sellers and two daughters are members of the M. E. Church. He is a member of A., F. & A. M., at Hartford, Mo. Was enrolling officer for Federal
army, at New Madrid, Mo., during the late war. === MARRIAGES A. J. BYERLEE SUE SELLERS 26 Apr 1871 Appanoose IA
B. F. SELLERS NORA E. MOORE 17 Dec 1896 Appanoose IA
C. S. BRADLEY FLORA E. SELLERS 30 Sep 1891 Appanoose IA
JOHN P. SALLYARDS ANNA SELLERS 21 Mar 1882 Appanoose IA
M. Y. SELLERS E. C. TIPTON 30 Aug 1874 Appanoose IA
WILLIAM SELLERS MAGGIE SHRIVER 17 Jul 1877 Appanoose
NATHAN ZELLARS ANNA BROWN 4 Mar 1884 Appanoose IA
ALBERT JONES FANNIE ZELLERS 31 Jan 1900 Appanoose IA
C. B. KING ROSA M. ZELLERS 8 Apr 1895 Appanoose IA
F. S. RUCKER EMMA ZELLERS 9 Sep 1888 Appanoose IA
GEORGE W. ZELLERS MARY J. CROW 12 Sep 1872 Appanoose IA
I. B. BIXLER NELLIE E. ZELLERS 8 Sep 1891 Appanoose IA
IVAN W. ZELLERS REBECCA A. THOMAS 7 Dec 1876 Appanoose IA
MANASSES MISHLER MARY ZELLERS 5 Feb 1874 Appanoose == CEMETERIES http://politicalgraveyard.com/geo/IA/AP.html#CEM http://www.rootsweb.com/~iaappano/cemeteries.htm http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4711 http://www.findagrave.com/ = MIKE, just a few and SELLERS weren't in there. Appanoose Co Genealogy might have done some extractions and may do a lookup? Thanks for Daniel and Eliza's burials.
From: Mike and Amber Sellers [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, May 19, 2006 1:46 PM
Subject: Re: [SELLERS] DANIEL SELLERS 1833 WARREN CO, OH/ 1880 APPANOOSE CO, IA
I have learned that Daniel Sellers and wife Eliza J. Carhart/Earhart are buried in Oakland Cemetery in Vermillion Township, Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa. Son George T. Sellers also died in Appanoose County, but I do not know when nor whether he is also buried in Oakland Cemetery.
Do we have any indexes or records for this cemetery?
In any case, I wanted to pass this along in case it was of interest.
Biographical and genealogical history of Appanoose and Monroe Counties, Iowa
New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1903 p 336.
Moses Y. SELLERS -- The medical corps at Moulton includes the above named physician, who has been practicing there over 33 years and has become thoroughly identified with the growth and progress of the place. Though a native of Indiana Dr. Sellers has been a resident of Iowa nearly half a century and has done his share as a citizen to help forward the marvelous development which has characterized this state during that eventful period. The family is of Ky origin, his father, Nathan Sellers, having been born on a farm near Lexington in the first quarter of the 19th century. He married Mary YOWELL also a member of a Ky household and with her moved to Indiana at an early period in the history of that state. He settled on a farm in Putnam County and in after years rose to a position of prominence in that community, being elected treasuerer of the county and otherwise honored by his political associates. In 1854 he removed with his family to Iowa and located near Albia, count! y seat of Monroe and there resumed his old occupation of tilling the soil. Moses Y. Sellers, next to the youngest of his father's 8 children was born near Greencastle, indiana Aug 5, 1839 and was a boy almost 15 when the migration was made to Iowa. He assisted his father on the farm and attended school until he reached his majority when he engaged in teaching and followed that occupation 5 years. During the year 1864 he spent some time at the Keokuk Medical College and after leaving that was engaged for 4 1/2 years in the practice of medicine at iconium. Afterward he returned to the same institution at Keokuk, where he took a thorough course and was graduated in 1880. Immediatley thereafter he returned to his office at Moulton, and that town has ever since been the central point from which he prosecutes his professional labors. The Dr. is a member of the Des Moines Medical Assocation and the Medical Society of Wayne & Appanoose Counties. His religious affiliations are with! the Christian Church and fraternal connections are confined to membership in the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. May 14, 1867, Dr. Sellers was united in marriage with Sarah Cassie Stauber, who died in Oct 1870 leaving two children, whos married names are Mrs. Lillie May Brunk and Mrs. Flora Effie Bradley. August 30, 1877, Dr. Sellers contracted a second marriage, his bride being Elizabeth c. Tipton who died leaving 3 children: Mrs. Jennie Bell Brunk, Maggie and Earl D. Sellers, who is a medical student in Louisville Medical College. Dr. Sellers contracted his third matrimonial alliance with Mrs. Ann Primm, anative of VA who came west with her parents in 1853. Mrs. Sellers is the daughter of Samuel Peek who married Mary Hildreth by whom he had 10 children: Elizabeth, Amelia, Aaron, Eli, Gustavus, Alfred, Ann, Mack, Christopher Columbus and Casandra. Of these children Christopher C. and Mrs. Sellers are the the only ones living. Mrs. Sellers was married in VA to AP Prim! m and lived with him a few years near Lafayette, Indiana after which they came to Greene Co Iowa. Mrs. Primm's marriage to Dr. Sellers occured at Lancaster, MO in 1890 since which time she has presided over the household at Moulton with the dignity and grace of the experienced housekeeper.