CLARK CO, INDIANA (made in 1801 from KNOX CO,IN)
ACROSS the Ohio river from OLDHAM/JEFF/TRIMBLE/KENTUCKY

lays next to Wash Co, In



 BOB'S PAGE

BURKE CO., NC

WASH CO., IN

ROBERT SELLERS 1765/1825


WE have others - please send names, msh (probably same as Wash Co, IN?)


HISTORY OF CLARK CO, INDIANA ( may be some ERRORS, ck out yourself, msh)
THERE is ANOTHER history of Clark Co, Ind written , showing MOSES SELLERS parents, wife, children!)

Robert Sellers and Sarah Sellers were members of the old church at an early day. We suppose Robert Sellers was the father of Elder Moses Sellers. This family was from Virginia. They settled in Kentucky before 1800. In about 1810 they came to this Territory. Elder Moses Sellers joined Silver Creek church, April 26, 1817, by letter. His home and farm was where now is the town of Sellersburg. He laid out this town and it bears his name. He married Miss Margaret Littell. Eleven of their children are buried here. Elder Moses Sellers and his wife are buried in the Sellersburg cemetery.

MOSES SELLERS diary, etc= Washington Co, In

PICTURES contributed by: WARREN Sellers = stewseller@aol.com

MOSES WILKERSON SELLERS picture

THE HOUSE THAT MOSES BUILT

MOSES WILKERSON SELLERS AND WIFE MARGARET LITTELLL

ABSALOM LITTELL SELLERS 1825/1870 ca 1849

ABSALOM LITTELL SELLERS 1825 and wife MARGARET PINDEXTER

WARREN STEWART SELLERS 1900, son of Pinckney Sellers and Emily Newell Stewart

PINCKNEY SELLERS 1868 ca 1871

PINCKNEY SELLERS 1868 ca 1913

HISTORY PAGES contributed by: WARREN SELLERS = stewseller@aol.com

PINCKEY SELLERS pages

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Sellersburg, Indiana, which was laid out by Moses W. Sellers and John Hill in 1846. An excellent little history of the town can be read at
http://www.sellersburg.org/history.htm
The history on the site is taken from the "History of the Ohio Falls Cities and Their Counties", Volume II, Cahpter XXIV, pages 383-394, L.A. Williams & Co., 1882.
Pictures are included and make it an interesting little read.

Enjoy!

Michael Sellers
Michael Sellers [muckham11@yahoo.com]



1820 CLARK CO, IN CENSUS =

MOSES SELLERS, PAGE 17 = 000100/00100/0100=
1 MALE 26/45
1 FEMALE 16/25
married 2-22-1817 CLARK CO, IN Margarette LITTELL

ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, PAGE 2, =110010-41010-0100
JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, PAGE 2=000001-00001-0100


1830 CLARK CO, IN CENSUS =
JOSHUA SELLERS,  PAGE 36 JEFFERSONVILLE
1 male 30/40 =1790/1800
 1 male 5/10 = 1820/25
  l male u 5 = 1825/30
 1 female 30/40
 1 female 5/10 =1820/25
1 female u 5 = 1825/30

MOSES SELLERS, PAGE 49, no twn
1 male 30/40 =1790/1800
1 male 10/15=1815/20
1 male 5/10 =1820/25
1 female 30/40 = 1790/1800
(NO females born 1820's, msh)

GEORGE B. CAMPBELL, PAGE 49

HENRY E. SULLOR, PAGE 24, no twn

4-2-1835 JOSHUA SELLERS marries Rachel Clark (Clarke Co) -(must be second marriage?msh)
1839 JOHN SELLERS dec'd (Wash Co)


1840 CLARK CO, IN CENSUS =
GEORGE CAMPBELL, PAGE 294
FRANCIS SALLER, PAGE 307
MARGARET SEILS, PAGE 259

MOSES W. SELLERS, PAGE 262
1 male 40/50 =1790/1800
2 males 20/30 = 1810/20 =
1 male 15/20 = 1820/25 = Absalom 1825
1 female 70/80 = 1760/1770 (probably mother Sarah Sellers)
1 female 40/50 = 1790/1800
2 females 15/20 = 1820/25 = WHO is this?
2 females 5/10 = 1830/35
1 female u 5 = 1835/40

ABSALOM LITTELL 50/60

JOHN SUTTER, PAGE 267

WHERE'S JOSHUA? (dec'd 1847 (ck Shelby Co., Il)

6-29-1845 Thomas W. SELLERS married Elizabeth STEWARTD/STUART
4-30-1846  ABSALOM SELLERS married Elizabeth SELLERS (wife of Thomas)
MATILDA SELLERS/JAMES ODOM/2-24-1842 (ckWapello Co, Ia,see note below)

1847 JOSHUA SELLERS, dec'd

Looking for this lady/ Mathilda Ann Sellers that married James W Odem 24 Feb 1842 in Clark CO., Indiana She was born 16 Oct 1825 and died in Eddyville, Wapello Co., Iowa
PPAK3545@aol.com (april 2005)
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/JWGBAEB/1241


1850 CLARK CO, IN CENSUS =
WHERE IS AMBROSE SELLERS born 1807??? (1838 Greene Co,In =Ambrose C. Sellers  married Polly Evans) when/where??CK Orange Co,IN (AMROSE CARLTON SELLERS/POLLY SHEPHERD/8-12-1830 WASH CO,IN)

ABSALOM SELLER,  25 IN, Merchant,  PAGE 21, SILVER CREEK
ELIZABETH 26 IN (1824)
MARGARET J. 2 IN
ELIZA J. STEWART 15 IN (ca1835 )

M W. SELLERS, 53 NC, Merchant , PAGE 20 SILVER CREEKTWP,$6000 land
MARGARET 53 PA
MARGARET 14 IN
CARLIAH 11f IN
JOHN 21 IN, Cooper, $75 land (ca1829) is this son of Joshua?

JAMES CUNNINGHAM 41 PA (ck1860 Lawrence Co,In)
CANDIS 46 NC
MOSES J. 14 IN
SARAH 10 IA/IN

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM 57NC
MARTHA 54 NC
and kids In



1860 CLARK CO, IN=
459  SELLERS, Ambrose 53- Nancy 36 - Charles W. 3 - Eliza J. C. 1(ckOrangeCo,In)
467  SELLARS, A. L. 35 (male) - Margaret 24 - Emma 8 - Arthur 2 - Edwin 6/12
453  SELLERS, Moses W. 63 NC - Margaret 63 PA
346  SELLERS, James 32 - Saphrona 21 - Mary J. 2

A.L. SELERS, 35 IN,  PAGE 62 , SILVER CREEK=(listed as son of MOSES SELLERS ,per history) married 4-30-1846 Elizabeth Stewart Sellers(She had married Thomas Sellers 6-29-1845) When Married Margaret? = Margaret Poindexter Absalom Sellers 13 Nov 1854 Clark
MARGARET 24 IN
EMMA 8 IN
ARTHUR 2 IN
EDWIN 6/12 mo IN

EDWARD ZELLER, PAGE 136 MONROE TWP
WILLIAM ZELLER, PAGE 136 MONROE TWP

AMBROSE SELLERS, 33/53 IN? PAGE 61 SILVER CREEK(ckOrange Co,In)
NANCY 36 IN
CHARLES W. 3 IN
ELIZA J.C. 1 IN

JAMES SELLERS, 32 IN, PAGE 188 CHARLESTOWN TWP
SAPHRONA 21 IND
MARY/MONEY J. 2f IN (next page 189)

MOSES W. SELLERS, 63 NC,MERCHANT PAGE 60 , SILVER CREEK
MARGARET 63 PA ( next page 61, Silver Creek) 



1870 CLARK CO, IN =

John A Sellers Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1860 Indiana White Male
Mary T Sellers Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1858 Indiana White Female
Sopronia Sellers Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1842 Indiana White Female

Charles W Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1857 Indiana White Male
Eliza Jane Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1861 Indiana White Female
Francis R Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1862 Indiana White Female
Nancy Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1824 Indiana White Female


Margaret Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1836 Indiana White Female
Emma Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1852 Indiana White Female
Arthur Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1858 Indiana White Male
John Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1863 Indiana White Male
Pinckney Sellars Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1868 Indiana White Male

Marjana N Sellers Silver Creek, Clark, IN abt 1797 Pennsylvania White Female
ANNA FAREBE 14 IN
MARGARETT 10 IN

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Margaret A Sellers John A Eisman 12 Nov 1874 Clark



1880 CLARK CO, IN = Post Where Parents Born = ON ALL SELLERS CHILDREN

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1900 CLARK CO, IN =

1910

WW 1
Frank Arthur Sellers 28 Mar 1877 White Clark, IN
Roy Sellers 10 Dec 1889 Caucasian (White) Indiana;United States of America Clark, IN
Lester Sellers 16 May 1890 Caucasian (White) Indiana Clark, IN
Carl Granville Sellers 15 Mar 1895 Caucasian (White) Indiana;United States of America Clark, IN
Harry Sellers 22 Jun 1900 White Clark, IN

Warren Stewart Sellers 16 Jul 1900 White Clark, IN , mother Emily Sellers, St Louis, Mo, dated Sep 12, 1918,
tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair

1920

1930



CLARK CO, IN MARRIAGES (1802/1850)
CANDIS SELLERS/JAMES CUNNINGHAM/5-16-1833
MARGARET SELLERS/ALFRED FARABEE/10-7-1850
MATILDA SELLERS/JAMES ODOM/2-24-1842
ABSALOM SELLERS/ELIZABETH SELLERS/4-30-1846
JOSHUA SELLERS/RACHEL CLARK/4-2-1835
MOSES SELLERS/MARGARETTE LITTELL/2-11-1817
THOMAS W. SELLERS/ELIZABETH STEWART/6-29-1845
RACHEL MATILDA CAMPBELL/NATHAN D. KELLY/8-31-1843 (listed as an heir
on John or Joshua SELLERS probate/guardianship papers) NEED copies of Original!
Eliza J. CAMPBELL/WILLIAM MARSHALL/11-1-1848

 The Littell family is quite largely
represented in our cemetery. Mr. Absalom Littell , Sr., was the father of this family, and he
was of English descent. He came from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. In 1799 he moved to
this Territory with his family. He settled on the farm which is known as Josiah Littell's some
four miles below here on Silver Creek. He was an Elder in the Presbyterian church, and
lived and died in that faith. His sons were Abraham, Amos, John Thompson, Absalom, and
Josiah. He also had two daughters, Anna and Margaret. Anna was the wife of a Mr.
Petijohn, and after the death of Mr. Petijohn, she married Samuel Tilford. Margaret was the wife of Elder Moses Sellers. Of Abraham Littell we can give but little history. He married
and moved from this part of the State, and settled near Gosport, Ind. Amos Littell was the
first of this family to join the Silver Creek church, which was September 27th, 1813. He
married Miss Lydia McCoy, daughter of Elder Wm. McCoy, Sr. His farm and home was
near New Providence, where he died and is buried. His life was that of a Christian. He was
noted for his kindness and helpfulness to the sick. John Thompson Littell joined Silver
Creek church on July 23rd, 1814. He was the father of Elder Wilbern Littell. He lived and
died in Washington county, this State. Absalom Littell joined Silver Creed church, Oct.
16th, 1816. He was licensed and ordained, by this church to preach. He was the accepted
pastor of the church many years. He probably in his day and time, baptized and married
more persons than any other one minister. His home and farm was near Sellersburg where
his son-in-law, Mr Crim, now lives. He owned the land where the village of Hamburg is
located; he laid out the town and gave it its name. Elder Absalom Littell was a man very
much respected and possessed many sterling qualities. He died a few years ago and is
buried in the Cemetery West of the village of Hamburg. His first wife and some of their
children are buried in the Cemetery here. Josiah Littell, the youngest son, lived and died on
the farm of his father. He and a number of his children are buried here. He was a good
neighbor, zealous Christian and was known by his neighbors as "Uncle Josiah." He was the
father of Elder Absalom N. Littell, the Vice President of our Association, and who has not
failed to meet with us at any time since our organization. "Old Silver Creek Cemetery" is a
sacred spot to the Littells. 



SILVER CREEK CEMETERY
LITTELL         Absalom                 09/12/1751      03/17/1824
LITTELL         Absalom N.              1823            1890
LITTELL         Charles H.              04/09/1864      12/24/1864
LITTELL         Clarinda E.             01/13/1863
LITTELL         Elder Josiah T.         05/21/1794      03/16/1869
LITTELL         Elizabeth               01/27/1801      09/24/1865
LITTELL         Elizabeth G.            02/12/1863
LITTELL         Francis C.              1827            1899
LITTELL         Harriet                 01/11/1863
LITTELL         Harriet R.              04/02/1840      02/28/1856
LITTELL         India N.                01/23/1844      03/06/1844
LITTELL         Josiah T.               01/04/1863
LITTELL         Lucinda C.              09/16/1825      07/09/1828
LITTELL         Mary                    04/20/1763      04/14/1844
LITTELL         Vemira E.               11/11/1851
LITTELL         William F. L.           03/04/1834      07/08/1876
LITTELL         William W.              1859            1881

SHELLERS        Lucy            03/27/1852      09/06/1880
no SELLERS - probably in the Sellersburg Cemetery -not posted yet 


Exerpt from biography of John Schellar:
"On June 10, 1872, Mrs. Scheller married Mary Jane, daughter of Alfred
Farrabee, who came here from North Carolina.  Her mother was a daughter of
Moses Sellers, who gave the town of Sellersburg its name and he built the
first house in the village, the fact that it was constructed of brick
making
it rather noteworthy in those days.  Moses Sellers was a preacher and
railsplitter, but also engaged in the huckster business and had a big store
at Sellersburg.  For years he enjoyed a large trade and by the time of his
death had accumulated a considerable fortune. "

 (It goes on and names their children)  Harry; Anna Bell; Maggie Ellen;
Daniel and Nora. 



. The name of
Goodwin is found on the Silver Creek church roll early in its history, and a number of the name are
buried here. William Goodwin was the father of this family. He came here from Kentucky in 1801.
He settled on Pleasant Run on the farm now owned by his grandson, Columbus Goodwin. He had
three sons, namely; Willis, John and Amos and one daughter who married a Stacy. Willis Goodwin
was known as Judge Goodwin. He owned and lived on the farm where now Mr James Peyton lives
and owns. John Goodwin lived on the farm where now lives his daughter America. He was a soldier
in the battle of Tippecanoe. He is buried in this Cemetery. Amos Goodwin lived for eight years on
the farm where his son-in-law John P. Nicholson now lives. After this he lived and died on the farm
where his son-in-law Dr. D. H. Combs now lives. He took a great interest in the church here in early
times. He was on of its Deacons and served in various capacities. Mr William Goodwin brought with
him his father, who was born in 1717, 58 years before the declaration of Independence. He died
two years after his son, which occurred in 1826, at the age of 108 years. His name was Edward
Goodwin and he was a member of Silver Creek church. He is buried in the Goodwin graveyard on
Pleasant Run. We see here a fallen and broken shaft. It has upon it the name of John McDanald.
Several of this name are buried here. The name of Daniel McDanald and also that of his wife
Elizabeth appears early upon the "Silver Creek" church roll. Daniel and John McDanald were
brothers and were brother-in-laws of Mr. James Worrall Sr., he having married their sister. Daniel
McDanald was the father of John and Thomas McDanald, some years ago of this county. Thomas
lived some 25 or 30 years ago at Slate Cut on the farm formerly owned by Henry Rodgers but now
belonging to the Belknap Cement Company. Daniel McDanald lived on the hiss farm just beyond
Work's or Green's Mill. He sometimes preached. John McDanald was born in 1780. He came to
Indiana Territory in 1801. He settle on the farm now owned by Nathaniel Crawford. He built a log
cabin on this place and cleaned off a few acres of ground; but he soon sold out and returned to
Ohio. In Ohio he married and returned to Indiana Territory in 1815, having a family of six children.
He lived on the farm on the Utica and Salem road, which since his son Daniel owned and now
belongs to Mrs. Sullivan. John McDanald died in 1855 on the farm adjoining and aboe the Josiah
Littell homestead. He was for many years a deacon of the Sivler Creek church. Joel Bowen, a
son-in law of John McDonald was killed by one Marshal November 8, 1836. Mr. Bowen was the
first County Surveyor of Clark county, and at first, was appointed to the office by Governor
Jennings, for which he held a commission. 

   From:
        "Brad L. Cooper" <bcooper5@airmail.net>

Subject:  Harrods of Clark Co., IN mentioned at Silver Creek

"SILVER CREEK CEMETERIAL -- Annual Meeting of the Silver Creek
Cemeterial Association:  Interesting Historical Paper by the Secretary"
(written by William H. McCoy) Minutes of the 11th annual meeting of the
Silver Creek Cemetery Association in 1886, published in the National
Democrat newspaper in Jeffersonville, Indiana on May 21, 1886

Transcribed by James D. VanDerMark, April 1995
Proofread against the original by Jennifer Abbott, October 1998
Republished in the Bicentennial History of Silver Creek Baptist Church
(now known as Stony Point Christian Church), published November 22, 1998

Found at Rootsweb.com Clark Co., IN (Silver Creek HTM)

The families and individuals of whom we shall give a brief history in
this the second chapter of our paper, are the Littells, Bowells,
Nugents, Nathan Kelly, Thomas Broadstreet, Jeremiah Payne, Whites,
Sellers, Peytons, Worrall, Harrods, Perrys, Bottorffs, Capt. John
Norris, McCormicks, Listers, McCoys, Jonah Harris, Dr. Kellogg, and
Kahls.

We see here also the name of Harrod. William and Samuel are the
ancestors of this family. William Harrod, Sr., was a member and Elder of
the old church as early as 1804. He lived in the vicinity of Memphis.
Many years ago he moved to Bloomington, Ind., and died there.

Samuel Harrod was the father of Henry Harrod and Squire William Harrod.
His daughters were Sarah, Katie and Mary. The first was the first wife
of Lewis Bottorff, a second married George Taft, and a third David Reed.
Mr. Samuel Harrod, his wife, his son Henry, ex-clerk of the county, and
many of the grandchildren are buried here.

The Bottorffs are Pennsylvania Germans. They came from Pennsylvania to
Kentucky sometime between 1790 and 1800. Simon Bottorff Sr., was the
father of this the most numerous family in Clark county. He had eight
sons, viz: Henry, John, Peter, Jacob, Samuel, Lewis, William, and
George. His only daughter was the wife of John Ganote, Sr. Mr. Simon
Bottorff Sr., was a minister of the United Brethren faith. He never came
to Indiana Territory. He died in Kentucky.

All the sons of Simon Bottorff, Sr. settled in this Territory. None of
this name ever connected with Silver Creek church. They were Methodists.
Peter and Samuel were Methodist preachers.

Benjamin and William, sons of old Uncle Henry Bottorff, are buried here,
and also his daughter, Mrs. Nancy Harrod and a number of others of the
same name and family.


TO:Robert L Webb
bwebb9@juno.com
ROBERT, Thank you for the copy of the letter MOSES SELLERS, of
Sellersburgh, Clark Co, In wrote on July 1, 1842  to ELDER NEWPORT,
explaining in detail his trip and preaching stops and his visit to his
brother in law James Cunningham , husband of his sister in McClain Co,
IL.
Our members associated with these families will appreciate.
I will extract info for our CLARK CO, IN page contributed by you.
I will send copies of these 2 l/2 pages of text to anyone that sends me
a SASE (make note what for)
They are fairly good copies, but, my scanner only scans sharp pages.
THANKS again Robert for sharing with us. marie, iowa

WHERE IS COPY OF THIS LETTER, msh = POST


   From:
        Robert L Webb <bwebb9@juno.com>

     It is possible, or even likely, that I have other letters written by
Moses W. Sellers, and published in this or other church papers here in
our library collection.  I haven't searched, to see for sure what I do
have here, because I only noticed it because of its reference to a church
in McLean or Livingston county.
       I did call the phone number on the webpage for W. Stewart Sellers
of Indiana, who was supposed to have the diary.  He is now in an assisted
living home in New Albany, and has a different phone number than you
gave. But his son has assumed his old phone number so I reached his son,
and he referred me to his current phone number. He told me he has some
papers that his grandfather never completely finished putting together
(this would be a son or grandson of Moses Sellers), and said he might
copy them for me, but at least will look through them to see if he thinks
anything might be of interest to me.  He mentioned that Sellersburg has a
special celebration each year, and that it is named (I think he meant)
after Moses W. Sellers.
     Sincerely,
      Robert 



Joyce Taylor wrote:
         Joyce Taylor <topazkn@arn.net>
Back years ago I received the following from a correspondant of Ellijah,
Geo., who had been in contact with Sellersburg, Ind., after seeing a
reference to such. In her letter she wrote-"Around 1810 some of the
Sellers went to Clark Co. Ind., and Sellersburg held their 100th year
Reunion in l991.  From the History Book on Sellersburg, the town was
named after Moses Sellers, whose father was Robert Sellers and Sarah
(Hall) Sellers from Burke Co. NC, who left NC around 1800 for Washington
Co. Ind.   joyce

Sellersburg Cemetery
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=sellers&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=17&GSob=n&CRid=896427&pt=Sellersburg%20Cemetery&

By: Mike Hensley
mike@charlestown.net

Sellers, A L
b. Oct. 26, 1824 d. Mar. 25, 1870 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Carl G
b. Mar. 11, 1895 d. Jun. 8, 1961 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Elizabeth
b. Feb. 27, 1834 d. Feb. 11, 1854 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Georgianna
b. Sep. 12, 1908 d. Oct. 7, 1985 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Harry
b. Jun. 22, 1900 d. Jan. 15, 1973 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Margaret Littell
b. Jan. 23, 1797 d. Jun. 28, 1872 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Margurite
b. Jul. 28, 1895 d. Jun. 21, 1966 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Moses Wilkerson
b. Aug. 22, 1796 d. Jun. 1, 1868 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Myrtle
b. Jul. 27, 1892 d. Dec. 12, 1909 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

Sellers, Norman
b. Feb. 21, 1906 d. Dec. 22, 1974 Sellersburg Cemetery
Sellersburg
Clark County
Indiana, USA

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CEMETERY

Brooks, Grace Sellers 50713370 b. Jan. 19, 1879 d. Aug. 29, 1969 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Gillaspy, Carlyle Sellers 62891125 b. Jul. 5, 1839 d. Aug. 21, 1861 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, A L 13128433 b. Oct. 26, 1824 d. Mar. 25, 1870 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Anna Mae 60984581 b. 1905 d. 1966 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Arthur L. 60765415 b. 1857 d. 1937 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Bertie 60765522 b. 1877 d. 1908 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Carl G 13139914 b. Mar. 11, 1895 d. Jun. 8, 1961 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Edwin 50535214 b. Jan. 5, 1860 d. Dec. 16, 1863 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Elizabeth 13128414 b. Feb. 27, 1834 d. Feb. 11, 1854 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Frank A. 60765483 b. 1877 d. 1927 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Georgianna 13139931 b. Sep. 12, 1908 d. Oct. 7, 1985 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Harry 13139940 b. Jun. 22, 1900 d. Jan. 15, 1973 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Ida 63199118 b. Mar. 2 d. Sep. 23, 1856 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant 63199246 b. unknown d. unknown Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant 63199145 b. Mar. 23, 1894 d. Mar. 23, 1894 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant 63199202 b. unknown d. unknown Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant 63199230 b. Jul. 14, 1907 d. Jul. 14, 1907 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant 63199182 b. Dec. 23, 1939 d. Dec. 25, 1939 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant male 63199298 b. Mar. 13, 1847 d. Mar. 13, 1847 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Infant male 63199265 b. Jan. 15, 1854 d. Jan. 15, 1854 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Search for "Sellers" at GenealogyBank Sellers, John A. 61080066 b. Sep. 17, 1862 d. Mar. 7, 1904 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, John A. 63200152 b. Sep. 27, 1860 d. May 10, 1926 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, John Y. 63200204 b. Sep. 15, 1862 d. Apr. 6, 1864 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Lester 60765212 b. May 16, 1890 d. Aug. 4, 1953 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Male infant 50773828 b. Jan. 25, 1888 d. Feb. 17, 1888 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Margaret Littell 13962170 b. Jan. 23, 1797 d. Jun. 28, 1872 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Margaret Jane 63200245 b. Apr. 11, 1849 d. Jun. 10, 1851 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Margurite 13139920 b. Jul. 28, 1895 d. Jun. 21, 1966 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Mary Ann 60765383 b. 1859 d. 1936 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Mildred B. With 61670164 b. Jul. 10, 1910 d. Aug. 6, 2004 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Moses Wilkerson 13125982 b. Aug. 22, 1796 d. Jun. 1, 1868 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Myrtle 13139909 b. Jul. 27, 1892 d. Dec. 12, 1909 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Norman 13139925 b. Feb. 21, 1906 d. Dec. 22, 1974 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Sallie Hall 45831571 b. Feb. 9, 1767 d. Sep. 27, 1840 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Sally Hanger 63200292 b. Jul. 2, 1865 d. Aug. 24, 1942 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Stanley 63200322 b. Nov. 24, 1882 d. Jan. 28, 1883 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Thomas 63200352 b. Jan. 1, 1866 d. Jul. 19, 1866 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Thomas W. 63200402 b. Apr. 22, 1824 d. Apr. 7, 1845 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Victor H. 61670080 b. Jan. 20, 1912 d. Aug. 7, 2000 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA Sellers, Walter 63200436 b. Dec. 6, 1857 d. Dec. 3, 1858 Sellersburg Cemetery Sellersburg Clark County Indiana, USA