SCHUYLER CO, IL (made in 1825 from Pike, Fulton Co)
BROWN CO, made in 1839 from Schuyler.
lays between Pike and Schuyler Co Now

Any Info in Brown Co?



WARREN CO, TN

DEKALB CO, TN

CARLAH'S PAGE

ROBERT'S PAGE

ROBERT D.ARNOLD'S PAGE

MARY ANN'S PAGE

KAREN'S PAGE

HARRY'S PAGE

MOORE FAMILY/IL

CHARLE'S PAGE

1880 SCHUYLER CO, IL CENSUS

COWLEY CO, KS

JOHN T. SELLERS 1808/1874

JOHN T. SELLERS 1840/1863

SUSAN'S PAGE = JOHN MADISON SELLERS 1868 son of William Lafayette b 1844, son of HARTWELL SELLERS

 Miles Albert SELLERS  born 30 NOV 1851

BUENO VISTA TWP

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Subject: [ILSCHUYL] FOWLER, SELLARS/SELLERS, DARK

These surnames, including Drury Sellars, Jacob Fowler, Samuel Dark Sr. and Jr., Robert Dark, etc. are all in my database of early Baptist churches in Schuyler county. I wonder if any one knows whether the Schuyler county clerk/recorder's deed records include an index for early deeds which might identify churches or trustees of churches. Crane Creek church, of which Drury Sellers was a member, was organized in Dec. 1826 (very early), and I think they met at first in a home which later became part of the downtown square in Rushville, but later they were out in the country, possibly in Rushville township. Some of these folks were also members of New Bethany church, which I think may have been located at the site of the Dark(Newell) cemetery. So far all I have is a few clues.

Robert
Robert L. Webb [bwebb9@juno.com]
jan 2010

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SCHUYLER CO, IL OBITS

DEATHS = http://genealogytrails.com/ill/schuyler/Deaths1916-1950-s.html
from DENNIS Dennis Haun [fdhaun@comcast.net]

SELLERS HANNAH - F/W UNK 0043657 1919-08-30 SCHUYLER LITTLETON-TWP 20-03-18

SELLERS LEROY - M/W UNK 0035425 1916-02-18 SCHUYLER RUSHVILLE 16-02-19

SELLERS MAHALA E F/W UNK 0048073 1918-04-18 SCHUYLER BUENA-VISTA-TWP 18-04-21

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ESTATE OF DRURY SELLERS JR by PAUL HAYS
pages 196 thro 207
Paul Hays [paulhays@verizon.net]

This file has p. 198 twice, and is missing pp. 204-205. Apparently, I skipped the two missing pages as I was Xeroxing. If they're important, I'll copy them the next time I'm at the library. Paul

(page 204 thro 207, April 1858, pertains to John Sellers, Ad of estate of Drury Sellers VS Hartwell Sellers et al Heirs. Petition for the sale of real estate for the payment of debts. Lists the minor heirs. I don't believe any other names than listed on the pages you copied. msh)

  I checked the State of Illinois Archives databases online, and found that the records for Schuyler and McDonough Co., IL are housed at Western Illinois University Library (Regional Archives): wiu.edu/library/units/archives/archives_web.sphp?id=104. This site gives contact information and other specifics. CHARMAINE, NOINTELLG@aol.com

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I've just spent the better part of two hours on the phone with, first, the Schuyler Co. Circuit Clerk's office, and then with a very nice volunteer at the Schuyler County Jail Museum by the name of Maxine Shelts.  The bottom line is that the Jail Museum has an extensive file on the Sellers family, and it seems to indicate the existence of, not two, but three men named Drury Sellers in mid-nineteenth century Schuyler County.  The Museum also has an index of "Recorder Order Book A," which indicates that the page numbers written on the portion of the document appearing on p. 197 of Cousins by the Dozens ("Recorder Order Book A, page 441, 442, & 443") correspond to pages in the Order Book where the estate of Drury Jr. was recorded, but that those and surrounding pages (pp 439-445) are missing from the Order Book.
Paul Hays [paulhays@verizon.net]

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DRURY SELLERS JR ESTATE PAPERS , page 196 thro 203
from Paul Hays [paulhays@verizon.net]

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(LDS LIBRARY)
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&title=schuyler+&pretitle=schuyler+&first=101&last=200&columns=*,0,0

Probate records, 1827-1887, of Schuyler County, Illinois Renner, Edna Gorsage

Wills and estates of Schuyler County : order book A, January 1850-August 1868 Renner, Edna Gorsage

Record of wills - book A 1868-1887; record of wills - book B 1866-1887; index - administrator's bonds book A, 1857-1872; index - administrator's bonds book B 1871-1879 : Schuyler County, Illinois Schuyler County Historical Museum (Illinois)

 

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LAND
SELLARS, DRURY IL Schuyler 10/1/1845 Quincy 12987 IL4170__.008
SELLERS DRURY FD SENW 03 02N 02W 4 37.11 1.25 46.39 MALE 08/29/1837 UNKNOWN 698 035 SCHUYLER ( the South East quarter of the North West quarter of Section Three (3) in Township Two (2), North of the Base Line in Range Two, West of the fourth principal meridian=SAME land listed in probate/sale papers,msh)


SELLARS, HARTWELL H IL Schuyler 10/10/1840 Quincy 1337 IL3880__.424
SELLARS, HARTWELL H IL McDonough 10/10/1840 Quincy 1338 IL3880__.425
SELLARS, HOWELL IL Menard 5/16/1831 Springfield 4340 IL0520__.289
SELLARS, JOHN IL Schuyler 10/10/1840 Quincy 1339 IL3880__.426
SELLARS, JOHN IL McDonough 10/10/1840 Quincy 1340 IL3880__.427
SELLARS, JOHN IL Schuyler 11/3/1840 Quincy 7104 IL3990__.448
SELLARS, LARKIN IL Jefferson 5/1/1852 Shawneetown 4964 MW-0620-094
SELLARS, NEWMAN R IL Williamson 6/1/1857 Shawneetown 23745 IL2030__.238
SELLARS, THOMAS IL Schuyler 10/1/1845 Quincy 12923 IL4170__.006 S
SELLARS, THOMAS IL Schuyler 7/1/1852 Quincy 19728 MW-0612-378
SELLERS, HARTWELL H IL Schuyler 11/3/1840 Quincy 10086 IL4050__.038

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You may want to contact the Schuyler Jail Museum who keeps copies of obits as well as microfilm. They will also do research for a VERY reasonable fee. Here is a link for you. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilschuyl/SchuylerCountyHis... = no good, need new url

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1826 McDonough Co., made from this area.

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EARLY DAY SETTLERS

John Sellers - September 1, 1829.

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1830 SCHUYLER CO, IL CENSUS =

 

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BLACKHAWK WAR SCHUYLER CO, IL 1832

THOMAS SELLERS


DEC, 1839 SCHUYLER CO, IL



1840 SCHUYLER CO, IL = (ck Buchanan Co, Mo)
HARTWELL H. SELLERS, PAGE 102, 3RD PREC
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 102, ERD PREC
MATHEW SELLERS, PAGE 93 LST PREC
REUBEN SELL, PAGE 89 LST PREC===

1840 U. S. Census Precinct 3 Under 5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 90-100 Over 100

Garret Wyckoff 1-1-3-1-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0 0-1-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
Samuel R. Smiley 0-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
Hartwell H. Sellers 1-0-2-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 1-2-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
John Sellers 1-0-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 1-1-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
John Weaver 1-1-1-1-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-


1850 SCHUYLER CO, IL CENSUS =

DRURY SELLERS 69 NC ,PAGE 385 BUENO VISTA TWP (ckWarren Co. Tn) 750 land
DAMARIS 62 NC
PARALLE A 16f IL
DRURY 30 TN , idiotic

JOHN SELLERS 24 PA
EMILY RITCHIE 24 TN

ANDREW MATTENEY 5 VA
SARRAH 55 VA
GEO M. 20 OH

THOMAS SELLERS 38 TN, 1000 land
MELISSA 36 KY
DEMARIS A 16 IL
WM H. 15 IL
MARGARET J. 14 IL
JOHN A 12 IL
ANDREW T. 10 IL
LEROY 8 MO
GEO R. 6 IL
MARY E 5 IL
JAMES M 1 IL
HARRISON P. 1/30 of 1/ 12 IL

HARTWELL SELLERS 44 TN , PAGE 348 OREGON TWP
PRISCILL A.. 42 NC
JOHN E. 21 TN
HARRIETT N. 17 IL
MATILDA E. 16 IL
GEO W. 12 IL
MARY J. 9 IL
WM L. 6 IL

JOHN SELLERS 42 TN, PAGE 348 OREGON TWP
ELIZABETH 41 PA
ANDREW 20 IL
WM 16 IL
SARAH A 15 IL
EMILY J. 12 IL
JOHN T 10 IL
ALBERT 8 IL
MARGARAET A 6 IL
MARY E. 4 IL

WM B. SIMPSON 32KY
ELIZ 30 KY
and kids IA

HORNEY'S
RITCHEY'S

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253. Nov 13, 1854 Estate Thomas SELLERS. Riley PENNINGTON. Admr.

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From: DENNIS
       FDHaun@aol.com

 I was surfing the net the other day and came upon this information
from Morgan County Illinois.  " Jacksonville ILL. State Hospital. 1854 - 1870
 = (Patient.)"  Drewry Sellers age 40 Born ILL. Admitted, May, 21, 1857. DiedSept. 27, 1857. From Schuyer County. Next of Kin / Guardian / Notes. JohnSellers, Brother from Littleton ILL.
FDH. Dennis.


SCHUYLER CO, IL
FEB 25, 1858
Summons to
MARION CANTRIL and DEMERIS ANN CANTRIL
to appear in court to answer to a certain petition for the sale of real
esate against them by John SELLARS , Adm of estate of Drury SELLARS,dec'd
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In Cousins by the Dozens, by Gibbins and Clayton, I believe? these are copies of the originals . States = Recorder order? Book A, PAGE 441, 442 and 443.

SCHUYLER CO, IL
APRIL TERM 1858
PETITION OF JOHN SELLERS of said county, ADM of goods Chattles and
effects of DRURY SELLERS, late of said county deceased. Appointed Adm
Dec 1857
Inventory files of estate filed and wholly deficient and insufficient to
pay the just claims against the said estate.
Petitioner further represents to your Honor that the claims allowed
against and the liabilities of said Estate amount to $340.70. And
Petitioner further represents that the said Drury SELLERS died seized in
fee of the following described real estate in Schuyler Co, Il=SE1/4 of
NW l/4 of sec 3, twn 2, north of range two, and worth the sum of
$200.00.
Petitioner further represents that the said Drury SELLERS died leaving
heirs surviving  the following named person.
HARTWELL SELLERS, brother
Anderson HART, CAROLINE FOWLER,SEHILD? FOWLER,HER HUSBAND,
JOSIAH DART, JOHN DART, CHILDREN DESCENDANTS OF TEMPERANCE DART,
SISTER(may be crossed out)  OF DECEASED, SISTER OF SAID DRURY SELLERS
AND ROBERT DART HUSBAND OF SAID TEMPERANCE DART AND FATHER OF SAID
CHILDREN AND
LUCINDA SMILEY SISTER OF SAID DRURY SELLERS, DEC'D AND SAMUEL SMILEY HER
HUSBAND.
VINILY? RITCHY, SISTER OF SAID DECEASED AND JOHN RITCHEY HER HUSBAND
MARY FINE SISTER AND ALFRED FINE HER HUSBAND
PARLEE ANN COCHRUN, SISTER AND LEWIS COCHRUM HER HUSBAND
DEMERIS ANN CANTREL SISTER AND MARIAN CANTREL HER HUSBAND
MARGARET JANE MOORE AND LITTLETON MOORE  HER HUSBAND
(this did NOT show SISTER behind name,msh)
WILLIAM H. SELLERS,JOHN A. SELLERS,ANDREW T. SELLERS,LEROY
SELLERS,GEORGE R/K SELLERS, MARY E. SELLERS, ALBERT SELLERS, MELISON
SELLERS,
CHILDREN AND HEIRS OF THOMAS SELLERS, DECEASED BROTHER OF SAID
DRURY SELLERS AND MELISSA SELLERS,
WIDOW OF SAID THOMAS SELLERS, DEC'D
MARY E. ABBOTT, PARLEE A ABBOTT, AMANDER E. ABBOTT, CHILDREN AND HEIRS
OF JANE ABBOTT, DEC'D SISTER OF SAID DRURY SELLERS AND WM M. ABBOTT
HUSBAND OF SAID JANE ABBOTT, LATE DEC'D
DEMARIS SELLERS, MOTHER OF SAID DRURY AND
YOUR PETITIONER JOHN SELLERS, BROTHER
AS HIS ONLY HEIRS
AND THE SAID JOSIAH DARK, JOHN DARK , JOHN A. SELLERS, ANDREW T.
SELLERS, LEROY SELLERS, GEORGE R. SELLERS, MARY E. SELLERS, ALBERT
SELLERS, MELISAL SELLORS , MARY E. ABBOTT, PARLEE A. ABBOTT AND AMANDA
E. ABBOTT  ARE MINORS UNDER THE AGE OF 21 AND HAVE NO GUARDING.
APRIL COURT 1858 SCHUYLER COURTY, IL
JOHN SELLERS, ADM
of estate of DRURY SELLERS, DEC'D
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This must be DRURY SELLERS born ca 1820 unmarried son of Drury andDEMARIS SELLERS.
marie, iowa



1860 SCHUYLER CO, IL
1860 Littenton Twp Schuyler Co. Ill. Census. there was a John
Sellers age 52 from TN. Wife Elizabeth age 51, Pa. A son John age 20. from
Ill.
      fdh. Dennis



1860 SCHUYLER CO, IL
WILLIAM H. SELLARS, PAGE 150 BUENA VISTA =
Wm H Sellars 25
Lucinda Sellars 22
Elizabeth J Sellars 9
Mary E Sellars 4
JOHN A. SELLERS, PAGE 173 LITTLETON
JOHN SELLERS JR, PAGE 180 LITTLETON
MELISSA SELLERS, PAGE 162 LITTLETON
14  50   50  SELLERS        MELISSA        45   F           KY
 15  50   50  SELLERS        ANDREW         20   M           ILL
 16  50   50  SELLERS        LEROY          18   M           MO
 17  50   50  SELLERS        GEORGE         15   M           ILL
 18  50   50  SELLERS        MARY           13   F           ILL
 19  50   50  SELLERS        ALBERT         8    M           ILL
 20  50   50  SELLERS        MELISSA        5    F           ILL

STAUNTON SELLERS, PAGE 173 LITTLETON
HARTWELL SELLOWS, PAGE 158 LITTLETON
JOHN SELLOWS, PAGE 158 LITTLETON
WILLIAM SELLOWS, PAGE 158 LITTLETON

CIVIL WAR


1870 SCHUYLER CO, IL

Charles Sellers Buena Vista, Schuyler, IL abt 1864 Illinois White Male

Fredrick Sellers Buena Vista, Schuyler, IL abt 1866 Illinois White Male

Leroy Sellers Buena Vista, Schuyler, IL abt 1843 Illinois White Male

Mahalia Sellers Buena Vista, Schuyler, IL abt 1845 Illinois White Male

Mary Jane Sellers Buena Vista, Schuyler, IL abt 1869 Illinois White Female

 

32 54 56 SELLERS JOHN 30 M W FARMER ILL 33 54 56 SELLERS CELESTE 28 F W KEEPING HOUSE ILL 34 54 56 SELLERS AMELIA 5 F W ILL 35 54 56 SELLERS EMMA A 1 F W ILL

32 94 97 SELLERS HARTWELL 64 M W FARMER TN 33 94 97 SELLERS ELISA 57 F W KEEPING HOUSE TN 34 94 97 SELLERS GEORGE 33 M W FARMER ILL 35 94 97 SELLERS ELISABETH 25 F W KEEPING HOUSE ILL 36 94 97 WOODS HENRY 14 M W ILL

 

23 109 112 SELLERS ANDREW 40 M W FARMER ILL 24 109 112 SELLERS SARAH E 17 F W KEEPING HOUSE TN

29 111 114 SELLERS JOHN E 40 M W FARMER ILL 30 111 114 SELLERS MARY 35 F W KEEPING HOUSE ILL 31 111 114 SELLERS PETER 10 M W ILL 32 111 114 SELLERS GEORGE 9 M W ILL 33 111 114 SELLERS FRANK 7 M W ILL 34 111 114 SELLERS CHARLES 3 M W ILL 35 111 114 SELLERS THOMAS 3 M W ILL

 

6 187 191 SELLERS WILLIAM 36 M W FARMER ILL 7 187 191 SELLERS CHARLOTTE 32 F W KEEPING HOUSE OHIO 8 187 191 SELLERS ELLA 8 F W ILL 9 187 191 SELLERS CHARLES 7 M W ILL 10 187 191 SELLERS JOHN 4 M W ILL 11 187 191 SELLERS ELIZABETH 1 M W ILL

 

12 188 192 SELLERS JOHN 62 M W FARMER TN 13 188 192 SELLERS ELIZABETH 60 M W KEEPING HOUSE PA 14 188 192 SELLERS DAVID 19 M W FARM HAND ILL 15 188 192 SELLERS MARY 15 F W ILL 16 188 193 SELLERS ALBERT 28 M W FARMER ILL 17 188 193 SELLERS ELIZABETH 24 F W KEEPING HOUSE KY 18 188 193 SELLERS CORA 2 F W ILL

 

27 205 211 MIDDLETON ANN 31 F W KEEPING HOUSE PA 28 205 211 MIDDLETON CARRIE 4 F W ILL 29 205 211 MIDDLETON LILY 2 F W ILL 30 205 211 SELLERS WILLIAM H 10 M W ILL 31 205 211 SELLERS CATHERINE 8 F W ILL



1880 SCHUYLER CO, IL

 

1900 SCHUYLER CO, IL

 

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       From:
             Kathleen Mazil <jmazil@ix.netcom.com>

   From:
        Susan Swindell <swindell@value.net>

>From the Rushville Times of June 18, 1885

MR HARTWELL SELLERS, an old and well known citizen of Littletontownship, died very suddenly Tuesday night.  He was around as usualduring the day, but died soon after going to bed.  He was about 80 yearsold.



        From:
             HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)

     I know that my Sellers cousin, Monte Sellers, has
Ritchie/Ritchey relatives as well.  Don't know if these are his, but
I found them on the Illinois Marriage Index 1765-1900, 1996 edition.
Marriages are all Schuyler Co IL.
Matthew Sellers and Martha Ritchey 3-7-1833
John Sellers and Elizabeth Ritchie 9-17-1833
Matildy Sellers and William Ritchey 2-22-1835
     Haven't checked the Sellers pages to see if anyone is looking
for this family.
Sherry



From: FRANK
           Sellersgen@aol.com

The Sellers research I've done in Illinois may have an item or two thatwould be helpful.  If not, just ignore, but here goes.

The 1882 History of Schuyler County says Drury Sellers arrived in SchuylerCo. in 1828, from Tennessee.  Citations in the 1882 History on pges. 65,312, and 335.  Son John was born in DeKalb Co., TN in 1808, and later residedwith wife Elizabeth Ritchie (Ritchey) in Littleton Township, Schuyler Co., IL.

Drury Sellers is found in the 1830 Schuyler Co., IL census, but first andlast names are spelled differently: Drewry Sellars (page 89, line 26).

The next line on page 89 (line 27) is Hartwell Sellars, which suggests tome that they may be kin.  Both are missing from Schuyler in the 1840 census.
According to my old notes, there also is material available in MormonChurch records.

Any relation to Howell Sellers of Robertson Co., TN, a Revolutionary Warveteran born in Chatham Co., NC, who settled in Pike Co., IL before 1840(is found in the 1840 Pike Co. census) and is buried there?
Frank Sellers


Thanks, Frank.  Hartwell was Drury and Demaris' oldest child.  Otherswere John T., Temperence, Thomas, Melissa, Matthew, Lucinda, Drury jr.,Letitia (or Lucretia), emily, Mary E., Louisa, Paralee, and Demaris Ann.

In the 1840's, they moved from Schuyler County to Buchanas County,Missouri,  They later returned to Schuyler County where Drury andDemaris died, he in 1853 and she in 1860.

Nope, I have no data on Howell Sellers.

                           Bob
"Robert C. Sellers" <RSELL@grouper.batelnet.bs>





Marie:

I don't know the particular laws and practices of the State of Illinois in
reference to old records, but many states house older documents, such as
wills, probate, estate records, etc., in their State Archives instead of at the
county level. Has anyone looking for documentation contacted the State
Archives of Illinois to see if they have this documentation?  I checked the
State of Illinois Archives databases online, and found that the records for
Schuyler and McDonough Co., IL are housed at Western Illinois University Library
(Regional Archives):
wiu.edu/library/units/archives/archives_web.sphp?id=104.
This site gives contact information and other specifics.

Also I found this reference online 
archive.org/stream/combinedhistoryo00wrbr/combinedhistoryo00wrbr_djvu.txt

The Tullis settlement extended its hospitalities to Drury
Sellers and Robert L. Dark, his son-in-law, in the spring of
1828, and they secured a house by purchasing the cabin and
improvement of Charles Hatfield, on the southwest quarter
of section two, where they made their home together for a
short time, and then Robert L. Dark bought the northwest
quarter of section one, built himself a cabin, and continued
his improvements. Both these settlers became permanent
residents of the county, and were among the first to invade
and improve other townships. Sellers becoming a pioneer
of Littleton, where he died, and Dark of Brooklyn, where
he lived for many years, ultimately removing to Macomb.
Descendants of Drury Sellers now occupy the old homestead
in the western portion of Littleton. Robert L. Dark was
one of the pioneer teachers of the county, and was a useful
member of the community in which he lived.
C6

HISTORY OF SCHUYLER AND BROWN COUNTIES, ILLINOIS. (published 1886)

And this reference for a Robert L. Dark in McDonough Co., IL, where it
mentions his wife going back to Schulyer Co., IL. The statements seems a bit
contradictory, and neither mentions the given name of the wife, but it may help
in the search for documentation.

archive.org/stream/historyofmcdonou00clark/historyofmcdonou00clark_djvu.txt

Robert L. Dark's Reminiscences. — I first came to McDonouo-h
county in 1829 and with my family camped upon Camp Creek. The
Indians were then still numerous in the county and often came to
our cabin. My wife could not rid herself of a natural fear of the
red man, and desired to return to tSchuyler county, from Avhieh
we removed. To this I objected. Twice, while I was away, she
packed up all our household goods, preparatory to starting, but I
returned just in time to stop all such proceedings. Business again
called me away, and I had no sooner lett than she again packed
up, and loading the goods on the wagon, with our two little ones
she started for the vicinity of Rushville. I met them a short dis-
tance from the Schuyler county line and tried to prevail on her to
return, but this time without avail. ^STo amount of coaxing could
make her change her mind. As "the mountain would not go to
Mahomet, Mahomet would have to go to the mountain," so I went
with her, and we settled near Rushville, where we lived about
four vears, and as a considerable settlement had been made near the
present town of Industry, I again prevailed on my wife to go
with me to McDonough county, where I settled on the farm on
which I now live, on section 30, Industry township. I have
never regretted so doing, notwithstanding we have seen hard
times, yet we believe ''all is for the best."

p. 589
History of McDonough Co., Illinois (published 1878)

Charmaine
NOINTELLG@aol.com
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[ILSCHUYL] FOWLER, SELLARS/SELLERS, DARK

These surnames, including Drury Sellars, Jacob Fowler, Samuel Dark Sr. and Jr., Robert Dark, etc. are all in my database of early Baptist churches in Schuyler county. I wonder if any one knows whether the Schuyler county clerk/recorder's deed records include an index for early deeds which might identify churches or trustees of churches. Crane Creek church, of which Drury Sellers was a member, was organized in Dec. 1826 (very early), and I think they met at first in a home which later became part of the downtown square in Rushville, but later they were out in the country, possibly in Rushville township. Some of these folks were also members of New Bethany church, which I think may have been located at the site of the Dark(Newell) cemetery. So far all I have is a few clues.

Robert
Robert L. Webb [bwebb9@juno.com]

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