ISAAC SELLERS ca1750/ca12-1-1789 Mason Co, Ky
married ca 1770
ELIZABETH BLACKMORE, dau of Sam Blackmore,Sr of Mont Co MD

CHILDREN =

NANCY married 10-6-1789 Mason Co, Ky Labon RECORDS

MARY married 5-30-1796 Mason Co, Ky Alexander BUCHANAN

RUTH  (was her first  name Mary?) married 9-7-1797 Bracken Co, Ky Mathew PERKINS

ELEANOR married          Samuel LOWE

*SAMUEL 1-12-1784/      = married 9-20-1803 St Clair Twp,ALLEGHANY,Pa  Elizabeth TRAIN

ISAAC Jr

ELIZABETH SELLERS  married 12-31-1807 Butler Co, Oh Jonathon LYONS
                                           Samuel WARD ?
doesn't look like same from dates of marriage?
DID wife/ Elizabeth SELLERS remarry?
an ELIZABETH SELLERS married SAMUEL WARD = when/where =



JANICE'S PAGE  RUTH

JULIE'S PAGE

MARY'S PAGE

GENNY'S PAGE  RUTH



ISAAC SELLERS = 2-23-1790 MASON CO, KY =Inventory of estate= appraisers= Thomas Cenowith, John Macker and Arthur Chenowith 

WASHINGTON CO, PA (now ALLEGHENY CO, PA)


*SAMUEL SELLERS 1784/
married 1803 Allegheny Co, Pa
Elizabeth TRAIN

1808 to Highland Co, Ohio (now Fayette Co)

children=
John 1806 Pa/
Isaac 12-25-1808 Fayette Co,Oh/7-23-1876 married Hannah E. JONES
Hiram, dec'd
Allen 1815/        married Sarah J. BALLARD(1812 war papers of Samuel)
Samuel
Jacob 5-10-1857/12-19-1874 married        Martha A. SHARP
Matilda, married        Hamilton Rogers
Mary, dec'd
Nancy ?



 From:
            "Robert C. Sollars" <sollars@concentric.net>

      Robert Sollers (1677-1724) and Mary Selby Sollers were the proud parents of
Abraham Sollers (Abt 1712-bef 1776) who was the last born of their eight
children - That you can take to the bank!  And Abe and wife Ann begat
Abraham (b.1747-d.)ct 1799) and Isaac (17 Feb 1749 Baltimore, MD - Dec 1789
Mason Co., KY).

SY #1 f274: Samuel Chew of Ann Arundel County, Maryland, merchant, for
respect and good will I bear to Abraham Sollars, son of Robert and Mary
(Selby) Sollars of said county, a negro boy named Mackintosh. 29 June 1726.
Witnessed by Jno Crockett and SABRIT SOLLERS.

I have researched and corrected the descendants of John and Ann Sabrell
Sollers for more than 30 years now and have turned over many stones in my
pursuit and I assure you Abe's connections are firm.

Abraham Sollers/Sollars married Rachel Owings, 12 Dec 1770, St. James
Parish, Ann Arundel Co., MD and to this union were born four children:
Thomas, Female, Female, and William.

Abraham Sollars' will, dated June 25, 1799, is in Box 2, Fol. 92, Anne
Arundel Co., MD., probated Sept. 4, 1799. He named two sons: Thomas Sollars
and William Sollars, land to be divided.  Thomas Sollars, executor.

Bob Sollars
sollars@concentric.net

marie sellers hollinger wrote:

> JANICE and ROBERT -Thanks - I would suggest posting all the
> info/documentation we have to these counties - 



ROBERT - Thank you for your patience with me -
The article I was looking for =  sent by JANICE - maybe from you?
I do NOT have copy of original - Quess I haven't ordered - BUT, would
like to see=

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LIBER A, FOLIO 567, MONT CO, MD =
(from Janice R. BURTON jmrwpb@execpc.com)

Isaac SOLLARS of Yougohenia Co, VA and wife Elizabeth BLACKMORE and
Thomas RICHARDSON and wife Anne BLACKMORE of Yougohenia Co, VA sell to
Wm BLACMORE   (brother of Elizabeth and Anne ) of Mont Co, MD for
100 lbs current money, 100 acres DISCOVERY and 42 1/2 acres BEALLS
EDMONSTON'S DISCOVERY
==========
Yohogania Co was made in 1776  from Augusta Co and discontinued in 1786-

Exact area it covered might help-
IS this the exact way names were written = showing spouses maiden names?

We Need copy of original! msh
=========

Subject:
        ISAAC SOLLERS?SOLLARS
   Date:
        Sat, 19 Jun 1999 13:18:02 -0700
   From:
        "Robert C. Sollars" <sollars@concentric.net>
     To:
        Jim Sellers <Jsellars3@aol.com>, marie sellers hollinger
<mari@netins.net>

Jim,
   Marie Sellers Hollinger forwarded your email to me. I supplied
most of what she has on Isaac and Elizabeth Blackmore
Sollers/Sollars, about his death by Indians while hunting in Dec
1789 near Washington, KY where they resided. They had several
daughter and two sons, Samuel and Isaac. Samuel, the elder
returned to the family property in Pittsburg, married Elizabeth
Train and in 1807 moved his family to Ross Co., Ohio (that part
that became Fayette Co.) and has SOLLARS descendants there to
this day around Washington Court House. The original spelling of
their name was SOLLERS, as Isaac was born in Ann Arundel Co., MD.
He married Elizabeth Blackmore, daughter of Samuel Blackmore
(1702 Eng-1773 Frederick Co., MD).  And I see from you letter
that you are up on the fact that Isaac is a SOLLERS.  The story
of his demise comes from the Memoirs of Spencer Record whose
brother, Laban Record just a month or so earlier married one of
Isaac and Elizabeth's daughters. Spencer Record was in my view
another Simon Kenton/Daniel Boone and knew them both.
   I'd be interested in hearing more about the murder of Samuel
SELLERS' wife in Shippensburg (KY?).  Let me know if this info is
of any help... or misses your point.

   Bob Sollars
Robert C. Sollars
4715 Center Way
Eugene, OR 97405
1-541-343-2071
Web Page: < http://www.concentric.net/~Sollars/ >



        From: HERMAN
            mailto:hermfagley@juno.com
  George Croghan was the Crown's ASST INDIAN AGENT. Owner of miles of land
downriver from FT PITT. Leader in the Va Faction of the VA-Pa controvery,
"and "LOYALIST,who died early in the war,and whose lands were
confiscated. WM Crpghan was Capt of the 87h Va from WoodstockVa area.
FT PITT neighborhood was LOYALIST, 1774,75,76. So,the web site says
SELLERS served 1774 under CROGHAN 8TH PA. 1774,HE COULD HAVE SERVED UNDER
GEORGE CROGHAN IN DUNMORE'S ARMY;
1776, IT HAD TO BE CAPT WM CROGHAN
ISAAC SELLERS,KILLED ON LOCUST,1791, estate talks of SAW MILL Run,WHICH
IS JUST ACROSS THE RIVERS FROM DOWNTOWN PITTSBURG. Saw mill was used for
lumber for the forts.
Shenandoah Co Va did have SELLERS,RIGHT AT THE FOOT OF,OR PART WAY UP
NORTH MT. O'DELL'S"PIONEERS OF OLD FREDRICK CO ,VA" MAPS THEIR LANDS,AND
THEIR NEIGHBORS

I BELIEVE THIS IS FROM THE SPENCER RECORDS sent by HERMON from FAITH?
About the first of December of this year [1789], Isaac Sellers, my
brother
Laban's father in law, set out to hunt and took with him a mulatto boy,
two
horses and his dog.  Shortly after, his dog came home, and then we were
satisfied that they had been slain by Indians.

My brother Laban, John Hughey, and myself set out to hunt for him.  The
first day we searched on the waters of Locust Creek.  The next morning we
crossed the dividing ridge, and fell on a small branch of the North Fork
of
Licking.  Going up it, we soon found his camp, where he was lying killed
and
scalped, his boy and horse taken off.  He was lying at the camp on his
face,
stipped naked.  There was a large log within 10 feet from the camp; they
had
slipped up in the night behind the log, and when he was kindling his fire
in
the morning, sprung from the log on him, and struck him in the throat,
like
sticking a hog.

This we ascertained was the case, as we saw where they had lain behind
the
log.  He had put some small sticks on the fire, which had burned a small
hole in the middle and went out.  We carried him about 100 yds, to where
a
big tree had blown up, and made a deep hole.  We laid him in the hole,
covered him with a blanket, and cut down all the dirt we could with our
tomahawks, on the body.  We then placed a large heap of logs over it, to
prevent the wolves from getting at it, and then returned home.