DEARBORN CO, INDIANA (made in 1803 from Clark Co)
lays next to Ohio, Ripley, Franklin Co's IN
lays across the river from Boone Co, KY
LAYS next to Hamilton Co,Oh- by Herman Fagley 

CATHERINE'S PAGE

AMUR BRUCE ESTATE 1860



1807 INDIANA TAX LIST
Dearborn County included an area from Ft. Recovery, Ohio south west to Madison,Indiana.
Currently  includes all or part of Wayne, Franklin, Union, Fayette, Dearborn, Ohio, Rush and
Switzerland  Counties.
Sellors, Henry IN DEARBORN CO. 26 1807 VOTER LIST

HENRY SELLORS

(there is a HENRY SULEAR in 1820 FAYETTE CO, IN, PAGE 47)



MARRIAGES

SELLERS      CATHARINE and LENNERGAR, RUNNELS, MARCH 12, 1848,
SELLERS      JOSEPH B and LAPISH, SALLY A. , DEC 1, 1850
SELLERS      RACHEL ANN and SPICKNALL, LEONARD, DEC 19, 1849

MORE MARRIAGES from "Catherine Angle" <cangle@alltel.net>

BENJAMIN SELLERS and SARAH WEST
License issued Jan 19, 1852
Married Jan 20, 1852 by J. B. Sparks, minister
Marriage Record #8 P. 418

SARAH REED and OLIVER P. WEST
License issued Jan 29, 1849
Married Feb 4, 1849 by H. Robb minister
Marriage Record #8 P. 212

Note: OLIVER P. WEST died in a cholera epidemic July 3, 1849 as reported in the "Western Comercial" published at Aurora, IN, July 21, 1849. (Microfilm at Aurora Public Library)



LAND RECORDS =


1820 DEARBORN CO, IN = NO SELLERS
CHURCH FAMILY?=0


CK HAMILTON CO, OH

FEB 7, 1822 WARREN CO, OH = BENJAMIN SELLERS married RACHEL HAGEMAN
NO BENJAMIN SELLERS on 1830 WARREN CO, OH CENSUS
1840 WARREN CO, OH CENSUS = BENJAMIN SELLERS = need ages, but is he the Benj born 1820/died 1840?



LANGLEY TWN HISTORY =

1829 BENJAMIN SELLERS, BLACKSMITH, VOL 4, INDIANA SOURCE BOOK

===========
1830 DEARBORN CO, IN

BENJAMIN SELLERS, PAGE 253 LANGLEY =020101-22001=
male 30/40= 1790/1800
male 20/30= 1800/1810
male 5/10
male 5/10
male u 5
female 20/30
female 5/10
female 5/10
female u 5
female u 5

neighbors = abc list

CHURCH FAMILY = NO

ADAM FLAKE JR, PAGE 169 RANDLOLPH
ADAM FLAKE SR, PAGE 246 LAUGHERY
AMER FLAKE, PAGE 246 LAUGHERY
MICHAEL FLOKE , PAGE 246 LAUGHERY
WILLIAM FLOKE, PAGE 245 LAUGHERY



1840 DEARBORN CO, IN=
BENJAMIN SELLERS, PAGE 159 LANGLEY
SARAH SELDEN PAGE 161 LANGLEY
PHILIP LANIGER, PAGE 110 MAHCHESTER?


1850 DEARBORN CO, IN=INDEX =
SELLER 308A
SELLERS 437B
LINGER 316A-331A-331B
LINMER 330A
LINNEGAR 435B
GODWIN 413B
GOODWIN 281A-291A-300B-301B-417B


1850 DEARBORN CO, IN CENSUS =
BENJAMIN SELLERS 52  (1798) OH, FARMER, LAND, page 437 LAUGHERY TWN (ck Catherine's page)
NANCY 24 IN
THOMAS 20 IN
ROSANN 16 IN
BENJAMIN S. 12 IN (ca 1838 = where in 1880?)
next
THOMAS F. RHODES 42 RI
ELIZ B. 21 RI
and KIDS IND
next
EDWIN CAMPBELL 45 IN
ELIZA 42 IND

JOSEPH SELLER 27 PA, CARPENTER, PAGE 308 HARRISON
living with
TRUMAN F. LAPEAR? 43 NY, FARMER, LAND
HANNAH 35 PA 43 PA
SARAH 11 PA
MARQUIS L. 7M IN
WM F. 4 IN



1860 DEARBORN CO, IN=
BENJAMIN SELLERS 63 OH, PAGE 503 HOGAN, LANDSARAH 44 IN
(BENJAMIN SELLERS and SARAH WEST Married Jan 20, 1852)
SARAH 44 IN
WM W. 6 IN
ENOCH 4 IN
MARY REEDE 74 PA
next
BENJAMIN L/J  SELLERS  24 IN, FARMING, NO LAND PAGE 503 HOGAN
MARY C. 25 IN
SARAH E. 3 IN
DALLAH 2 IN
next
JOHN SHANK 70 A
DEBREY WHITE 35F IN
WM SPICKNALL 71 MD
MARY MILLER 64 MD
GEO HEFREY 50 IN

THOMAS SELLERS 29 IN, PAGE 501, FARMER, NO LAND
MARY 22 NEW FONDLAND
ELLEN R. 7/12 IN
 

1860 VAN BURN CO, IA=



1870 DEARBORN CO, IN
CORA SELLERS 5 IN, PAGE 307 CLAY TWN
others?
they are here in 1880!


1880 DEARBORN CO, IN

POST ON SEPARATE PAGE =
DO A LENEGAR HISTORY vs GODOWN/GOODWIN
AND post ALL census on these families! marie, iowa
=======
From:
             Hugh and Sandy Sellers <hubie19@swbell.net>
   Reply-To:
             SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com
 

FROM: "SELLERS LETTERS" (c) M. Sims
Submitted by Neva Thomas RUSSELL, 10562 Chamberlain Dr.. Anaheim, CA 92804

1. Hannah Minnie GODOWN b Sep 18, 1880 Van Buren Co, IA; d Mar 24, 1977
   Yakima, WA
2. Thomas Wilson GODOWN b Nov 8, 1840 Franklin Co, OH d Jan 25, 1892
   Van Buren Co, IA m Sep 24, 1867 Mary Elizabeth LENEGAR
3. Mary Elizabeth LENEGAR b Oct 31, 1850 Snyder Mill, KY d Jan 16, 1933
   Keosauqua, IA
4. Horace Clark GODOWN b Jun 9, 1818 Franklin Co, OH m Nov 12, 1839
   Agnes Nancy HOPPER
5. Agnes Nancy HOPPER b Dec 3, 1827 in OH
6. Runnels LENEGAR b Sep 15, 1822 VA, d Oct 15, 1894 St. John, KS m
   Mar 10, 1848 Catherine SELLERS
7. Catherine SELLERS  b Mar 14, 1824 Dearborn Co, IN d Oct 24, 1882
   Keosauqua, Van Burnen Co, IA
8. John R. GODOWN, Jr. b Sep 8, 1782 d May 25, 1842
9. Letita RETINGHOUSE
14. Benjamin SELLERS b 1797 or 1798 OH, d Apr 9, 1864 IN married
    1) Elizabeth ____ 2)Sarah _____
15. Sarah _____(2nd wife to Benjamin SELLERS)
Notes by M. Sims
(The submitter's  gr-grndmo Catherine Sellers LENEGAR, #7 above, moved to
Van Buren Co, IA, where her sisters also appeared in 1860 Van Buren Co,
IA census records: Sarah WILSON, Rachel SPECKNELL and Mary ELLIS.)


     Angeline (BAKER) BRUCE (1824-1920)

     Author: Rochelle Riordan

                                                         Date: 29 May 1999 12:00 PM GMT

     Surnames: BAKER, BRUCE, SELLERS, GLASS, CHISMAN, CANFIELD

    Obituary
  "The Dearborn Independent", Thursday, April 15, 1920 edition

  "MRS. ANGELINE BRUCE

  "Mrs. Angeline Bruce, daughter of Thomas L. and Rachel Baker was born in Dearborn County, April 3,
  1824 and departed this life at the home of Mrs. Ben Sellers, Wednesday, April 7, 1920, aged ninety-six
  years and four days. She was one of twelve children all of whom are dead. She married Joseph Glass,
  January 9, 1845. To this union were born two children, John M. Glass, who died in 1870 and Joanna
  Glass Chisman who still survives.

  "She was married to Jonathan B. Bruce in 1889. To this union one child was born, which died in
  infancy.

  "Mr. Bruce died April 16, 1897.

  "She united with the M.E. Church at the age of twelve years.

  "Happy was she when surrounded by her relatives and friends. In her home there was always a
  welcome for her dear ones. On many occasions large family reunions were held in her honor. The
  responsibilities of life were only a means of grace to her. She reached forward to the goal with the Lord
  as her Shepherd.

  "Funeral services were held at the church at Wilmington, conducted by Rev. W.E. Fisher. The floral
  tributes were beautiful. A large crowd, more than could be seated, paid their last tribute at the service at
  1:30 o'clock. The pall bearers were John Glass, Perry Canfield, George Baker, Louis Baker, Charley
  Baker and Gatch L. Baker."



     Adam Flake

     Author: Cindy

                                                          Date: 25 Jul 2000 12:00 PM GMT

     Surnames: Flake, Stuff, carpenter, Rigdon, Sellers

       Looking for information on Adam flake of Dearborn county since 1796. born January 15, 1750 in
  Switzerland, came to America and was in Philadelphia, Pa, then Ohio and then settled in Hogan Creek
  in Jan 1796. Died August 1, 1836 in Aurora, Indiana (Dearborn, msh)



     Author: conie

                                                           Date: 6 Aug 2001 5:47 PM GMT

     Surnames: flake, bruce, ferrand, smith, klingelhoffer

     In Reply to: Adam Flake  by:  Cindy

  I am also related to Adam Flake thur Catherine Flake and Amor Bruce. What do you want to know?
  There is a a book on the ancestry of Adam Flake.



     Author: connie spitler

                                                          Date: 11 Feb 2002 1:07 AM GMT

        In Reply to: Re: Adam Flake  by:  chuck wilber

  I have a Amor L. Bruce b. Nov 8, 1847 d. Jun 5, 1925 married Elizabeth Meyers on Feb. 20, 1883.
  Elizabeth Meyers was born April 3, 1856 and d. Mar. 16, 1935.

  I do not have parents on Elizabeth Meyers but Amor L. Bruce parents are John Bruce b. Nov 7, 1804
  Dearborn Co. Indiana d, Nov 10, 1870 married Jane Ross April 25, 1841 Janes parents were Amos L.
  Ross and Eleanor Shumaker. Janes sister Alcie Ross married Adam Bruce, Johns brother.

  John Bruce parents were Amor Bruce and Catherine Flake.

  Catherine Flake parents were Adam Flake b. 1750 Switzerland and Elisabeth Stuff (Stough) born 1763
  Germany. They were the first settler in Dearborn County. Catherine was born Sep 12, 1785 in PA and
  died Dec 23, 1848 in Wilmington, IN. Amor b 1777 in Scotland died July 9, 1857 near Wilminton, IN.
  Amor came to IN from Kentucky in 1798 with his brothers James, and Henry. Census records of 1850
  give PA. as his birthplace but starong family tread8tio in at least four Bruce lines is that he migrated
  from Scotland with father and 3 brothers.

  I hope I picked the correct Amor Bruce, there were several of them all related to the elder Amor Bruce,
  even a Amor Flake.

  you can e-mai me at scifigrammy@aol.com


Benjamin Sellers
Author: Betty M Harris
Date: 26 Apr 2002 11:55 PM GMT
Email: bharris@inebraska.com

Looking for information on this man born supposedly in 1797 in Ohio and
died in Dearborn Ind in 1864. Married a Sarah
Reed or West. Does anyone know? Who was his mother?



BETTY, I replied to you on the Dearborn Co, IN board and am sending a
copy to our SELLERS discussion group for any help.

Perhaps someone else has worked on this family and can help us.
ANY info on ANY of these KIDS appreciated.
Thanks, marie, iowa
========
  BETTY, also interested in BENJAMIN SELLERS born ca 1798 OH and living in DEARBORN CO,  IN in 1830.
  He probably was in IN in 1826 by dau's birth.
  He had land, but, we don't have copies of land deeds.
  We don't have any Wills.
  I don't believe we have listed any CIVIL WAR?
  or EVEN a possibility of War of 1812?
  Do YOU have any of this info/documents to share?

  Which child do you connect to and did they stay here in Dearborn Co., In or Went where?
  Did this Sarah (Benjamins last wife)  have an obit?
When/Where did she die?

  I don't have Dearborn Co, In marriages after 1850. Do You?
  We have the census .
  We have a couple of Benjamins kids that came to Ia.

  We have the SELLERS discussion group to share info with.

  Please send what you can.
  THANKS for sharing SELLERS.
  marie, iowa



Wed, 8 May 2002 18:51:11 -0500
     From:
          "Betty Harris" <bharris@inebraska.com>
       To:
          "marie sellers hollinger" <mari@netins.net>

Dear Marie,  I can't answer your questions asI was doing a pedigree for a
friend.  What I have is in roots web world connect in Sellers-Dey.  the url
is below.  i have no other data than what is on web.  I will tell my friend
to get on Sellers list if she wants too,  Thanks for your interest.  I will
share this note with her.  She may reply.  You may puy this url on your
Sellers or Dey list.  Rememberr I did most of this from web-no primary data
for most.

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=harrisb&id=I243



BETTY, Thank You!
Yes, looks like it connects to documents we have collected in Hamilton Co, OH.
I am sorry, we don't have any further Proof on this JOHN and MARY SELLERS in Hamilton Co, OH

But, I miss Seeing this BRUCE connection = probably first wife? of BENJAMIN SELLERS 1798 OH?
I see the obit on a BRUCE living with  a Benj SELLERS  in 1920's
CAN you seen us the Link to the BRUCE family?

YES, they can join SELLERS group OR they can just write me and I'll forward info on to our SELLERS
and we post our documents on our SELLERS web pages contributed by them.

THANK YOU for sharing.
marie, iowa



          Thu, 9 May 2002 19:56:02 -0500
     From:
          "Betty Harris" <bharris@inebraska.com>
       To:
          "marie sellers hollinger" <mari@netins.net>

I show an Elizabeth Bruce-no children or parents.  Married in 1823.  No
other data.  Why it did not show up I don't know.


BETTY, Thank you for your time and info and I realize its Not even your
Family!
This isn't a pedigree search that you Charge others For?
Its a Free Search doing for a Friend?

The Other Party has not contacted  me.
They can email me direct = mari@netins.net
Info still goes to our SELLERS group and web pages.
I  realize many like doing it this way.
A little more work, but end result is same.

OR if they feel more comfortable sharing with you, thats fine, if you have
the time to send on to me.
MAINLY, we are interested in tracing SELLERS families = where they came
from and went = many went with us from the same area and sometimes it helps
prove families!

DO they or you know WHO these people are? =
Haven't posted the 1920 IN census -
don't know if this would be Benjamin Sellers 1836 IN, son of Benj SELLERS
1798 OH or a younger child?
ANY HELP appreciated on ANY of these families.

ANGELINE BRUCE appears to be here on the 1880 census. But, I didn't look up
the BAKER family.
Mainly interested in the BRUCE/SELLERS connection. Will try and fill in
with any info we have IF I know what we need!
Can they Share a few more connections of families?

Thanks for Understanding,
marie, iowa



       Tue, 28 May 2002 08:23:43 -0500
  From:
       "Catherine Angle" <cangle@alltel.net>

Betty Harris has passed along your notes about the Sellers, and I do have some info to add to yours.  I do have the line back to John and Mary,
parents of Benjamin, born in 1797, but I can't find where they came from.  Yes, Benjamin's first wife was a Bruce, and her entire family is listed
under the Flake family, as her mother, as I remember, was a Flake (no offense).
I will have to dig out that material for you, as it's somewhere in my files, and doesn't come readily to hand.  But I am copying and sending to
you the evidence that does come readily, and after the June planting season I will get into those files.
You know, we all have our daily routines, and since I have a big garden, I have to attend to the planting right now.
You live in Iowa?  I guess Several of Benjamin's children settled in Iowa rather early.  My grandfather was Benjamin's last child, Enoch, who
homesteaded around North Platte, Nebraska in the late 1880s.  They had a rough time with drought and economic problems and retreated back
to Indiana after they proved up the claims.  Later they went to Kansas, and my father, born in 1891, grad from high school in Great Bend.  They
ended up in Emporia, as successful farmers.  But there are no progeny named Sellers.  There were only 2 sons, Enoch and William, only one had
children.  My father's only child was a girl--me.  Too bad.
I think Benjamin must have been quite a guy.

Please send me a postal address, as these records I have for you are not on the computer.  Betty is trying to make me literate with computer
postings, but I'm better with a hoe and spade than with a program.

Sincerely, Catherine Angle