FULTON CO, ILLINOIS (made in 1823 from Pike)
lays next to
PEORIA made in

BONNIE'S PAGE

JAN'S PAGE

MOORE/SELLERS/Schuyler CO, IL

* Dorene Fox-Sprague is nearing the end of transcribing the book "Reminiscences of the Civil War From the Diaries of the 103rd Illinois Volunteer Infantry" http://www.illinoisancestors.org/fulton/military/civil_war/103rd_ill_inf.html.



1850 FULTON CO, IL =
JOHN FLAKE, PAGE 211 HICKORY
JOHN ZITTLE, PAGE 211 HICKORY
 

1860 FULTON CO,IL=
FLAKE= Benjamin, John, Lewis, William
no SELLERS 

1870

NO SELLERS



1880 FULTON CO, IL= INDEX
SELLARS, ELIAS, PAGE 80A,Dover
SELLARS, JACOB, PAGE 182A, CLINTON
JACOB SELLARS, PAGE 80A, DOVER

JACOB SELLARS, PAGE 182A, CLINTON
NANCY SELLARS, PAGE 182A CLINTON
ANNA H. SELLECK , PAGE 155B, CLINTON 

=

Elias Sellars Emmaretta Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1836 Pennsylvania Self (Head) ck Fulton Co., Oh
Emmaretta Sellars Elias Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1837 Ohio Wife
May Sellars Elias, Emmaretta Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1866 Ohio Daughter
Jacob Sellars Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1859 Ohio Nephew

Nancy Sellars Wauseon, Fulton, OH abt 1793 Massachusetts Stepmother (where 1850?
Jacob Sellars Wauseon, Fulton, OH abt 1823 Pennsylvania Brother-in-law

Anna H. Selleck Pettisville, Fulton, OH abt 1848 Ohio Sister , wd, dad england, mom maine



From:
             sherrymazzetti1@prodigy.net

     This is the land patent for HOWE SELLERS.  Bureau of Land Management
site says this is Knox County, IL.
and calls this grant IL5250_463.  The warrant and patent originate from the
May 6, 1812 Script-Warrant Act of 1812.
     On the copy of grant, there also a couple of initials, possibly LS or
GS and two strikeouts randomly placed in the margin.  One is the date Oct.
5, 18_2.  Might be 1812, but I really cannot say for sureócould be 1872.
The number struck out is 1639750ódonít know why.
SHERRY
 

James Monroe, President of the United States of America, To all to whom
these presents shall come, greeting:
Know ye, that in pursuance of the Acts of Congress appropriating and grand
Land to the late Army of the United States, passed on and since the sixth
day of May, 1818, Howe Sellers having deposited in the General Land-office
a Warrant in his favor, numbered 18749 there is granted unto the said Howe
Sellers late a private in Wilsonís Corps of Artillery a certain Tract of
Land, containing one hundred & sixty acres being the South East ¼  of
Section seven of Township thirteen north in Range four East in the Tract
appropriated (by the Acts aforesaid) for Military Bounties, in the
Territory of Illinois to have and to hold the said Quarter Section of Land,
with the appurtenances thereof, unto the said Howe Sellers and to his heirs
and assigns for ever.
In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and
the Seal of the General Land-Office to be hereunto affixed.  Given under my
Hand, at the City of Washington, this Eighteenth day of August in the Year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Eighteen and of the Independence
of the United States of America the forty-third.
By the President, J Monroe
J Meigs Commissioner of the General land-Office



1880
 Census Place: Astoria, Fulton, Illinois
 Source: FHL Film 1254207  National Archives Film T9-0207     Page 28C
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Littleton H. MOORE Self M M W 50 KY
 Occ: Saw Mill Owner Fa: KY Mo: KY
Margret J. MOORE Wife F M W 43 IL
 Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: IN
Leroy MOORE Son M S W 18 IL
 Occ: Works In Saw Mill Fa: KY Mo: IL
Ulysus MOORE Son M S W 13 IL
 Occ: Teamster Fa: KY Mo: IL
Nellie MOORE Dau F S W 11 IL
 Occ: At School Fa: KY Mo: IL
Winter W. MOORE Son M S W 9 IL
   Fa: KY Mo: IL
Gertrude MOORE Dau F S W 7 IL
   Fa: KY Mo: IL
Myrtle MOORE Dau F S W 5 IL
   Fa: KY Mo: IL
Littleton H. MOORE Son M S W 2 IL
   Fa: KY Mo: IL

FROM DENNIS
       FDHaun@aol.com
 
           Peoria Journal Star. October 25, 2001
Canton, ILL. --- M. Elizabeth Swartzbaugh, 88, formerly of Canton died Monday, Oct, 22, 2001, at Liberty Village in Pittsfield, where she was a
resident. Born Jan, 27, 1913, in Missouri to Ross and Ada Cross Sellers, she married Harold Swartzbaugh on July 5, 1935, In Carthage. ( ILL.) He
died Aug, 1, 2001. She also was preceded in death by one granddaughter. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Roger
 ( Joan ) Baughman of Pittsfield, two grandchildren and two great grandsons. ... They moved to Pittsfield in 1993.  Services will be at 11 a. m,
Saturday at Murphy Sedgwick Memorial Home ... Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.