LAUREL CO,KY (made in 1826 from Whitley,Clay,Knox,RockcastleCo's)
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1830 CENSUS=
LEWIS SELLERS, PAGE 258 (where in 1840?)

1840 CENUS =

FROM; JAMES SELLERS (need e-mail)
Land Sale of Lewis and Nancy Sellars

        This indenture made and entered on this 27th day of October 1834, between Lewis Sellers of the one part and Jefferson Doughty of the other part all of the County of Laurel and State of Kentucky witnesseth that the said Lewis Sellers hath this day bargained and sold unto J. Doughty a certain tract of land in and for the consideration of the sum of $200.00 to him paid containing fifty acres lying on the waters Little Raccoon and bounded as follows (to-wit) beginning at a corner made by Moore and Martin at a Dogwood and Hickory conditional line thence S. 80 poles to a red oak and two hickory, E 100 poles to a black oak N. 80 poles to a stake in Wm Pearl's line thence with said line 100 poles to the beginning to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land to the said Doughty and his heirs forever.  I, the said Lewis Sellers, do warrant and forever defend the said tract of land from me and my heirs and any person or persons claiming under me or through me signed and acknowledged this day and date above written.
                                        Lewis Sellers   (Seal)
                                        Nancy Sellers  (Seal)
Source: Laurel County, Kentucky, Deed Book A, page 265. 

JIM - am sending thro our SELLERS discussion group for ideas, etc. Thanks, marie, iowa

Jim Drew-Whitaker wrote:

Source:   GC-Laurel Co. Ky Query Forum
Subject:  Wellington & Emiliza nee Cromer Warren of 1850 Laurel Co., KY

Surname: Warren, Cromer, Sellers, Long, Wood, Hodge, Lester, Adams

1830 Laurel Co. Census

Warren, Powell b. 1780-1790
Wife b. 1790-1800
Son b. 1810-1815
Dau b. 1810-1815
Son b. 1815-1820
Son b. 1820-1825
Son b. 1820-1825
Son b. -1830

1850 Laurel Co. Census

Warren, Basel (Bassett) 33 VA md. 8 Sep 1840 LCK
Mahala nee Long 34 KY
Betsy Ann 15 KY m. Joel A. Tanner
Melvina 12 KY
James 9 KY m. Mary Ann Wood
Joel 7 KY m. Mary Eveline Hodge
William J. 5 KY
Prince Albert 3 KY d. 22 Aug. 1852 LCK
John 1 KY d. by 1860

Wood, William L. 24 KY md. 14 Sep 1848
Fanny nee Warren 20 VA
Warren, Robert S. 16 VA md. Sophia Wood

Warren, Stephen 26 VA
Polly 30 NC
William C. 11 TN
J.L. 5 TN
M.A. 4 TN

Lester, R. J. 37 VA
Susan nee Warren 35 VA
Isabel F. 9 KY
A.E. 7 KY Female
C.W. 4 KY Male
A.B. 3 KY Male
G.P. 1 KY Male
Warren, Jefferson 14 VA

Warren, Joel 27 VA
Polly nee Adams 23 KY
Perry 3 KY
Marion 2 KY

Warren, Wellington 24 b. VA; md. 5 Jan 1848 LCK
Emeliza 24 b. KY; d/o David & Rachel nee Sellers Cromer
Louisa 9/12 mos.

1860 Census

Warren, Bassett 42 VA
Mahaley 46 KY
Melvina 21 KY
James H. 18 KY
Joel J. 16 KY
William 14 KY
Martha 8 KY

Warren, Wellington 34 VA
Emaliza 34 KY
Louisa 11 KY
Milton 9 KY
Lusetty 6 KY
Lucinda 4 KY
Jefferson 2 KY
Hetty 2/12 mos.

Warren, Robert 26 VA
Sopha 22 KY
Melvina 6 KY
Margaret 4 KY
William J. 2 KY

1870 Laurel Co. Census

Warren, Wellington 40 VA Farmer
Louisa 20 KY keeping house
Lousety 16 "
Lucinda 14 "
Hettie L. 10 "
William A. 5 "
Luvicy 8 "
Warren, Milton G 19 "

I don't know who Wellington Warren's father or mother were. Powell Warren
is the eldest Warren of Laurel Co. I could find. There are some Warrens
in Pulaski Co. who could have possibly been his father, but I thought I'd
begin my search in Laurel Co.. Emeliza nee Cromer Warren was the daughter
of David and Rachel nee Sellers Warren. The name Wellington is a surmame
that could have been one of Wellington's female ancestors maiden name?
Please let me know if you find out who Wellington's parents were. Thank
you. Sincerely yours, Jim


Here is the obituary for my Great Grandfather Andrew Jackson Sellers son of
Phillip Sellers and Kezziah Green, as it was written the the Hamilton
News, Hamilton Ohio: 7 June 1920
     Andrew J. Sellers died at the National Soliders home in the vicinity
Dayton Ohio, on Sunday morning at an early hour, of paralysis at the age of
80 years, four months and one day. He is survied by 2 sons and 4 daughters.
Wm. F Sellers, Fairfield Township, Frank M. Sellers, Hamilton Ohio, Mrs. Wm
Camery, Madisonville, Mrs. Grant Monut, Covington Ky, Mrs Gus Woodward,
Sharpsburg Ky. and Mrs Bert Ship of Sevenmile Ohio, 28 grandchildren and 15
great grandchildren. He was a vetern of  Co. C Fifth Ohio Volunteer
in the Civil War. He also served in the 10th Ky. Cavarly. The body will be
taken to Mentor Ky. for interment on Tuesday.


Lot 42 - Sec. 4
John H. Sellers 3-8-46
Stanley H. Sellers- 1908
Harvey Sellers - 2-16-48 son of John H. Sellers
Rosie L. - 11-21-50 wife of John H. Sellers
John A. Sellers - 4-18-70 son of John H. and Rosie
owner John Sellers

Sect. 4 lot 55
Sellers- 3 unmarked graves
owner- Jack Sellers
upkeep- Bert Shipp
I believe this to be my Great Great Grandfather Andrew Jackson Sellers and
his wife Mary Jane, but can't find anyone with records to whom is buried

Sect. 1 Lot 38
M.C. Sellers - 1826-1901
Julian C. Sellers - 1834 - 1912
Martha Sellers - 1858 - 1924

This is all the Sellers I could find in the cemetery.
Grandview Cemetery is off Route 10 on Smith Rd, right before the Flagg
Springs Church and Cemetery

        Oliver Mullins <>
Subject:  Emiliza Cromer

I believe Wellington Warren b. ca 1826 in Va. was married to Emiliza
Cromer b. ca 1826 in Ky. Do you have any information about Emiliza and
her family?

BIO:  Sellers, J.M. -  Laurel Co

Submitted by: Diana Flynn <>

PAGE 313

J. M. SELLERS, the next youngest in a family of ten children, born to Edward
and Amelia (Stanton) Sellers, is a native of Laurel County, Ky.;  his birth
occurring February 2, 1826.  When only four years of age he was brought by
his parents to Lawrence County, Ind., and he was reared and educated in
Indian Creek Township, and has always made it his home. To his marriage with
Miss Julina Sears, which occurred in 1845, a family was born, the following
five children yet living:  John D., Minerva, Adam, Rachel and Ila.  The
mother dying in 1880, Mr. Sellers married for his second wife Mrs.(Cox)
Embree, a widow lady, with this family:  William, Elizabeth, Mary and John.
Mr. Sellers is one of the well-to-do and well posted farmers of the county,
owning upward of a section of good land.  As a Republican in politics he has
always been outspoken in his party's best interest, which in 1884 honored
him as its candidate for County Commissioner.  For forty years he has been a
member of the Christian Church, and his wife for thirty-eight years.