CHATHAM CO, NC 1770 (from ORANGE CO 1752)
Now lays next to Wake1770, Durham 1881, Alamance 1849, Randolph 1779,Lee 1907,
MOORE CO lays on south side of Chatham

(HoweSellers 1762/1841)

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BILL'S PAGE

ROBERT1735

WILSON CO, TN

MAURY CO, TN

BURKE CO, NC

CHATHAM CO, NC LAND GRANTS

Rev War James SELLERS =
JAMES SELLERS 1759/1842 Grainger Co, Tenn
REV WAR =born ca 1759 NC - enlisted 1779 CHATHAM CO, NC,
went to BURKE CO, NC shortly after the war?
1833 Grainger Co,Tn = he had previously lived BURKE CO, NC

BILBREY FAMILY

PARKER FAMILY

RONNIE'S PAGE = HAMMOCK FAMILY

NC DEATHS

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http://www.mindspring.com/~jsruss/colonial/Chatham1772.htm

Chatham Regimental Return made 23rd Sept. 1772
A List of Men on the Muster Role of Capt. ??? Harther's Company

Sampson Sellars
Levy Saller

=

A Role of Captain Isaiah Hogans Company at a Muster September 19th 1772

Isaiah Hogan, Captain
James Sellers, Lieutenant
William Bynum
John Bynum
John Sellars
John Crow
James Crow
Joshua Crow
Stephen Crow
Richard Cate
Thomas Bilberry


MARY JANE SELLERS born 6-20-1736 IRELAND/died 8-3-1803 ROWAN CO, NC
married when/where? to Rev War Wm SPURGIN 1734RowanCoNC/1806 Canada
DID they live in CHATHAM CO awhile? proven how?(Rev War Heroine article written=)
son John SPURGEON 1753/1803 SULLIVAN CO,TN
(don't know if this should be here? or why? how proven? or just question - marie, iowa


Before 1770 CHATHAM CO, NC was ORANGE CO, NC, msh


1762 =REV WAR HOWELL SELLERS born 3/1762 CHATHAM CO, NC (re:  war records)
enlisted 1776 from Edgefield,SC (edge of GEORGIA and    ) 1800= ROBERTSON CO, TENN,
 

1771 = LAIRD SELLERS born 1771 CHATHAM CO,NC, married 1791 CHATHAM CO, NC, to ANNIE HACKNEY - sons=ALFORD and ALVIS born 1796 /8 CHATHAM CO,NC=
went to =
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1774/1778 = JAMES SELLERS proves deed of Benj CLEMENT to James BELL
   "        "     =    "           "              votes for sheriff
   "        "     =    "           "               court
   "        "     = JOHN SELLERS for ordinary license/bond by JAMES SELLERS and JAMES KIRBY
1774/1778 = JOHN SELLERS SR, appointed constable
   "        "     = Thomas WARD and wife deeds to JAMES SELLERS
   "        "     = James SELLERS ack'd for Thomas ROBERSON and wife and Alexander CLARK and wife
  "         "     = deed of Samuel THOMPSON to ROBERT SELLERS
1777           = JAMES and ROBERT SELLERS both listed as ESQ'S
1778 = JAMES SELLERS = justice present = Col James THAXTON

                  "           "           =enlisted under Capt RAMSEY
1778 = James Sellers resigned as Ranger of this county
1779 = REV WAR JAMES SELLERS 1759/1842 Grainger Co, Tenn, enlisted  in 1779 CHATHAM CO, NC , had  been  in BURKE CO, NC previously (before going to TN,msh)
1779 = Robert Sellers , 260 A survey plat =
1779 = James Sellers wit oral will of SION RODGERS (bro of BAYES RODGERS) (children = Haley and Saley) and wife living
1779 = James Sellers wit will of JOHN ALEXANDER
1780 RUTH SELLERS married ISHAM BILBREY, son LARD BILBREY born 1803 CHATHAM CO, NC and went to= Overton?, TN
1780 CHATHAM district of ORANGE CO, = THOMAS SELLERS tax list
1781 = James Sellers and Rebecca ALEXANDER wit will of JOHN COOKER (had dau CREASSEY COOKER, unmarried)
1783 = James Sellers wit will of ABRAHAM GREENHEARN?
1783 = James Sellers wit will of SARAH RICKETS
1783 = James Sellers wit will of JOHN JONES 
Chatham NC Deed Book A-003 01 Aug 1771 Richard Parker to John Booker, planter, for 50pds, acreage not stated, on north side of Haw River on waters of Bush Creek, adj James Kirby...where John O Booker now lives. w/ Isaiah Hogan, John Wood, ELISHA CAIN.
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FROM GRACIE
"g.winters" <g.winters@sbcglobal.net>
Gracie in Okla

CHATHAM COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS
(1774-1779)
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~gregoryc/gregory_george_nc.htm

Robert Sellers Esquire, one of the Justices of this County being brought
into Court by Virtue of a warrant and being charged with having Spoken words
enimical to the united States of America and in Violation of an Act of
General Assembly of this State, on the Evidences being Sworn in behalf of
the State to Support the Charge against him, it was Solomnly adjudged by the
Court that he was not Quilty of the said Charge, and that he discharged
accordingly.

> Pg. 37

> Court met. Present: Jeduthan Harper, James Sellers, Abner Hill, Esquires

> Pg. 40

> Court adjourned ’till tomorrow.

> Friday morning Court met. Present: Jeduthan Harper, Abner Hill, Joab
Brooks, James Sellers, Esquires.

> Pg. 42

> CHATHAM COUNTY. At an inferior Court of pleas and Quarter Sessions begun
and held for the County afores’d at the Court house thereof on the Second
Tuesday in February, to wit, the 14th day of the same month in the year of
our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and Seventy five. 1775

> Present: Jeduthan Harper, James Sellers, Joab Brooks, Abner Hill,
Esquires, Justices.

> Pg. 43
>
> Pg. 44 Deed from Thomas Ward and wife to James Sellers, ack’d.
The following Justices appointed to adminis. the state Oath to the people in general in the district against each Justices name respectively Set, and make a list of all chose who refuse to take the said Oath.

Pg. 132

James Sellers in Capt. Edwards’s district.

============================

Pg. 156

David Sellers appointed Constable the ensuing year in district #2.

=============================================

1789 WILL OF WM ALSTON (bottom of page) (I don't remember Why posted here, msh)


1790 CHATHAM CO, NC Census=

DAVID SILLERS, PAGE 88 = 1-2-4-0-0
ISAAC SILLERS, PAGE 88 =  1-0-0-0-0
JAMES SILLERS, PAGE 88 =  2-3-4-0-0
JAMES SILLERS, PAGE 88 =  3-1-4-0-0
ROBERT SILLERS, PAGE 88 = 1-2-3-0-0
FRERICK SILLEY, PAGE 87 = 1-1-2-0-0
JOSHUA SIGIRS, PAGE 87 = 1-0-2-0-0
and ALSO SILORS


Bilbery, Thomas - pg. 52b [contract to build mill w/ Chas. Goldston] 17 Nov. 1792

CHATHAM COUNTY ESTATE RECORDS 1782-1799
Booker, Daniel - pg. 85a [acct of estate sale] not dated
Cain, Elisha - pg. 148b [sale of slave-to James Cain, of SC] 29 Dec. 1794
Cain, Elisha - pg. 15a [ sale, horses- from John Griffin] 22 Jan. 1785
Cain, James, of SC - pg. 148b [sale of slave-from Elisha Cain] 29 Dec. 1794
Carraway, John, of Moore Co., NC - pg. 14a [sale, slaves- to John Montgomery] 3 Jun 1786
Cate, Charles - pg. 52b [Inventory] not dated (abt 1785)
Copeland, John - pg. 3ab [sale of slave-to David Sellers, Copeland to deliver slave] 20 May 1793
Griffin, John - pg. 15a [sale, horses- to Elisha Cain] 22 Jan. 1785
Hackney, Joseph ( the elder) - pg. 2b, [land sale- to Henry Lewis Lutterloh] 8 Jan., 1793
Sellars, Robert - pg. 105a [sale of slave-to Robert Wood] 1 Feb. 1796
Sellars, David - pg. 44ab [Indenture w/Sarah Walker] 27 Oct. 1794
Selllars, David - pg. 3ab [sale of slave-from John Ramsey] 20 May 1793
Silar, John - pg. 74a [Inventory] returned Nov. 1791
Siler, John - pg. 117b,118a [ acct of estate sale] 9 Dec., 1791


ONLY SELLERS MARRIAGE shown, OTHERS in war records/wills/deeds?

1771 = LAIRD SELLERS born 1771 CHATHAM CO,NC, married 1791 CHATHAM CO, NC, to ANNIE HACKNEY
 

4-1-1791 = Rachel SELLERS marries JOHN HAMMACK
10-17-1810=ELISHA SILER/SALLY THOMPSON
7-9-1834=JAMES SILER/NANCY JONES
4-20-1812=JOHN SILER/AGNESS W. MCNEILL
8-18-1832=PHILIP SILER/PEGGEY VESTAL
3-9-1829=WILLIAM D. SILER/MARIA DORSETT


1800 CHATHAM CO, NC Census= Townships? or Land entries=

JAMES SELLAR, PAGE 173=00101-00001-00(old James or young James with parents? msh)
1 male 16-25=1775/1784
1 male over 45 = bef 1755 (is this the James died 1805 msh? )
1 female over 45

LA--  SELLARS, PAGE 173=31100-10100-00 =
Males    0- 9 - 3
Males   10-15 - 1
Males   16-25 - 1 =1775/1784 (if Lard Sellers, born before the above marriage in 1791? or relation, etc., msh)
Females  0- 9 - 1
Females 16-25 - 1

ROBERT SELTAN, PAGE 166=22010-21010-02

ISAAC SELTARS, PAGE 199=00110-01000-00 =

(I believe we should have another JAMES SELLERS here or is he somewhere else? msh)

 

ADAM SILER, PAGE 214=20010-11100-00
JACOB SILER, PAGE 172 =50110-10101-00
JAMES SILER, PAGE 213=00100-00100-00
JOHN SILER, PAGE 213=10210-00100-00
PHILLIP SILER PAGE 215=01201-01201-00
(do we have any SILER wills?-would help)

ENOCH ALEXANDER, PAGE 241, over 45
THOMAS RICKETS, PAGE 190, over 45
HARDY LATER, PAGE 204, over 45
ISHAM BILBRAY PAGE 199=40010-01010-00
WM BINGHAM PAGE 176
STEPHEN CROW, PAGE 173, OVER 45
JOSEPH COLE, PAGE 173 , OVER 45 


 
NORTH CAROLINA INDEX OF WILLS =
JAMES SELLERS, CHATHAM CO, WB-A-129
7-2-1804 Chatham Co, NC = JAMES SELLERS WILL=(probated?proved/read Feb session 1806
Wife Patience
Son Young
Son Isaac
Son Robert
and REST OF CHILDREN (not named)
 
witness=Samuel Craw/fford
              Wm/John Hamoch, Jun?
signed James Sellars, Jr,? his mark X
executors=wife, Patience
                 son ,Isaac
                 son ,Robert 
==============
first or second or next page =
JAMES SELLERS LAST WILL AND TESTMENT
YOUNG SELLERS, his friend?
ROBERT SILLARS, QUALIFIED,
JAMES SELLERS WILL, FEBY TERM 1806
CHATHAM CO FEBRUARY SESSIONS 1806 (next four lines all same writing)
RECORDED IN BOOK ??, could be an A, PAGE 129
??? word or date
THOMAS RAUGLAND? COLE
 
 


Contributed by:
Bill Simpson <fsumc@netpath.net>

 W I L L   O F   J A M E S    S E L L E R S

Chatham County
State of North Carolina
July 2, 1804

        In the name of God, Amen.  I, James Sellars of the County of
Chatham and State of North Carolina, being of sound and perfect mind and memory ,
blessed be God, do this second day of July in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and four, do make and publish my last will and
testament in manner following, that is to say, I first want all my just
debts to be paid out of my estate by my executors, then at my death, I
leave unto my beloved wife, Patience Sellars one house and land and one half of
all my perishable property during her life or widowhood, freely to be
possessed without any interruption (?) Of any person whatsoever.
        Item.  I give the other half of my perishable property to my
beloved son, Young Sellars, to be possessed without any interruption after leaving one
shilling silver each of the rest of my children that is alive after the
death of my wife then my land and all the rest I give Young Sellars, and I
hereby make and ordain my worthy friends, Patience Sellars my wife and my
beloved sons, Isaac Sellars and Robert Sellars executors of this last will
and testament.  In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal the day
and year above written.
        Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said James Sellars,
the testator, as his last will and testament in presence of us.

      his                                       James Sellars {Seal}
James (X) Sellars
         mark
James Crawford
William Hammock, Senr.  Proved Feb,. Session, 1806
                                                James Crawford 



 
1810 CHATHAM CO, NC Census =
ELISHA SELER, PAGE 198= AGES =0001/0001/6?
MALE 26/45 = 1765/1784
there is a very small possible 3 = 0001/00301? someone else read or read genealogy.com
next
ISHAM DANIEL
JESE MEACHUM
EDWARD PERRY?
JOHN RAMSLEY

PHILLIP SILER =10201/0?11/8
next
JACOB TEQUE
WM GEORGE
JAMES TILOR
 
Adam Syler


YONG SELLARS (SILLARS), PAGE 206 = 3011/001=
MALE 26/45 =1765/1784 = WHO is this?? Is this Young, son of James died 1804/5?.msh)
MALE 16/26 = 1784/1794
3 MALES = U 10 - 1800/1810
FEMALE 16/26= 1784/1794


next
SAM'L THOMPSON
JOHN BRNES
LEOANRD DOHERTY
ROB HACKNEY


PLYHARD SILAR, PAGE 194
JAMES SILON, PAGE 203
JOSIAH SILOR, PAGE 208
PHILIP SILOR, PAGE 203 



1810 will of LUKE BYNUM =
Sarah SELLERS

POST complete will, msh



1820 CHATHAM CO, NC =

1820=MALES UNDER 10
          MALES 10 AND UNDER 16
          MALES 16 TO 18
          MALES 16 AND UNDER 26
          MALES 26 AND UNDER 45
          MALES 45 AND UP

          FEMALES UNDER 10
          FEMALES 10 AND UNDER 16
          FEMALES 16 AND UNDER 26
          FEMALES 26 AND UNDER 45
          FEMALES 45 AND UP

YOUNG SOLLARS/SOTTARS, PAGE 199 = 120010/2101006=
MALE 26/45 = 1775/1794
2 MALES = 10/16=1804/1810
MALE U 10 =
FEMALE 26/45= 1775/1794
FEMALE 10/16=
2 FEMALES U 10 =



1830 CHATHAM CO, NC=(not on cdrom-read census)=

James Sellars Pittsboro, Chatham, North Carolina =00001/0001=
male 20/30 = 1800/1810
female 20/30=1800/1810
next
Young Sellars Pittsboro, Chatham, North Carolina =0000301/1112001=
male 40/50 = 1780/1790
3 males 20/30 =1800/1810
female 40/50 = 1780/1790
2 females 15/20
female 10/15
female 5/10
female u 5
next
PARKER BROOKS
WM HENDON 60/70
RUTH HINISON 30/40
THOMAS RAGLAND 60/70



Oct. 16, 1832 - List of the members of the Rives Chapel church
James Sellers
James Hackney (dis. by letter



        From: GEORGIA
             chickflet <chickflet@aristotle.net>

1835 Jun 09 - Indenture made between William Hackney, Robert Hackney,
Joseph J. Hackney, Polly Hackney, Young Sellars and wife Elizabeth, and
Jonathan Smith and his wife Patsey, all of Chatham County, NC, of the one
part and Daniel Hackney of the other part, witnesseth that said Hackneys
convey all of our parts of the land that we are entitled that belonged to
Daniel Hackney, deceased, lying on the waters of Rocky River.
                The aforesaid Hackneys do warrant and defend the aforesaid
land and do each warrant and defend one-eighth part to Daniel Hackney for
the consideration of the sum of 62 dollars and 50 cents each of the said
above.  Signed by Young Sellars, Joseph J. Hackney, Robert Hackney,
Jonathan Smith, William Hackney, Polly Hackney, Elizabeth Sellars and
Patsey Smith. [Deed Book AD:343]

1835 Nov 07 - Indenture made between John Johnston of Chatham Co., NC and
Laird Sellars of same county of the other part.   Witnesseth that said John
Johnston for and in consideration of the sum of 350 dollars doth grant unto
Laird Sellars all that tract of land lying in Chatham County on the waters
of Little Branch Creek containing 117 acres.  Boundry neighbors:  Thomas
Johnston, Pagus.  Signed John Johnston.  Witness:
Timothy T. Brooks. [Deed Book AD:390-1] [Laird, son of Young Sellers]
 

I read the first will as children of Daniel Hackney, deceased.  The
children of Daniel Hackney, Sr. are selling their part of the estate to
their brother, Daniel Hackney, Jr.  I don't get the 1/8 part unless one
child did not sell their part of the estate.  Any other ideas?

Georgia
Georgia L. Fletcher
chickflet@aristotle.net



8 names listed here/above= Signed by Young Sellars, Joseph J. Hackney, Robert Hackney,
Jonathan Smith, William Hackney, Polly Hackney, Elizabeth Sellars and
Patsey Smith. [Deed Book AD:343]
msh

1840 CHATHAM CO, NC=

YOUNG SELLERS, PAGE 147
LARD SELLERS, PAGE 153
JAMEZ SELLERS, PAGE 152 



8-8-1842 JAMES BYNUM died in his 73rd year. Wilmington (New Hanover Co), NC paper 8-31-1842

1850 CHATHAM CO, NC=
YOUNG SELLERS, PAGE 426, UPPER REGIMENT (see census, below)


From: GEORGIA
             chickflet <chickflet@aristotle.net>

Young Sellers b. 1784, chatham Co., NC, married circa 1804 Elizabeth Hackney, daughter of Daniel Hackney:
Speculated Children:
1. James Sellers born circa 1804
2.  Son Sellers born circa 1806
3.  Son Sellers born circa 1808
4.  Laird Sellers born circa 1810, Chatham Co., NC
5.  Daughter Sellers born circa 1810
6.  Sarah Sellers born circa 1812, Chatham Co., NC; married W. J. Page circa 1833
7.  Daughter Sellers born 1820-1825
8.  Daughter Sellers born 1826-1830 Chatham Co., NC

Young Sellers is in the 1850 Chatham County, North Carolina, Census in the household of W. J. Page, his son-in-
law.

Chick Fletcher 


POST Chatham Co, NC marriages =

POST any LAND deeds after 1810 =
THANK YOU,msh 


   From:
        chickflet <chickflet@aristotle.net>

     1850 Chatham County, North Carolina
p.425:1104 Page, W. J.                  49 M NC $1,000
                 Sarah        [1812]    38 F NC nee Sellers
                 James J.               15 M NC
                 Joseph M.              13 M NC
                 Isaac Y.               12 M NC
                 Chesley E.             12 M NC
                 Nathaniel L.           11 M NC
                 Nancy G.                         9 F NC
                 Ainey M.                         6 F NC
                 Laird T.                         1 M NC
           Sellers, Young   [1784]      66 M NC blacksmith; son of James T.
Sellers and Patience



        From: GEORGIA
             chickflet <chickflet@aristotle.net>
    1850 Chatham Co., NC                    1860 Chatham Co., NC
p. 425B
Wm. J. Page     49 M NC         Jesse Page              59 M NC
Sarah [Sellers] 38 F NC         Sarah                   46 F NC
James J.        18 M NC
Joseph M.       13 M NC
Isaac Y.        12 M NC
Chesley E.      13 M NC         Everet                  23 M NC
Nathaniel L.    11 M NC         Nathaniel               20 M NC
Nancy G.         9 F NC
Ainey M.         6 F NC         Mathilda                16 F NC
Laird T.         1 M NC         Laird                   11 M NC
Young Sellers   66 M NC blacksmith Missing..in 1860................
                                        John                     9 M NC
                                        Daniel                   7 M NC
                                        Eli                      4 M NC

                                       Next door:
                                        James Page              33 M NC

                                        Emiline         29 F NC
                                        Elizabeth                4 F NC
                                        William          2 M NC
                                        Nancy                   1/12 F NC


This appears to be the same family.

Georgia

Georgia L. Fletcher
chickflet@aristotle.net



CHATHAM COUNTY, NC - WILLS - William Alston, 2 Aug 1789
====================================================================
              This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb
         Archives by: Sue Ashby         canova@tstar.net
====================================================================
Will of William Alston - 1789 - Chatham Co., NC Wills
Vol. 1, pg. 37, 37a, 38 - NC State Archives film # C.022.50001

In the Name of God Amen, I William Alston of Chatham county in the State
of North carolina being of sound mind and memory and disposition blessed
be the Almighty for the same but knowing the uncertainty of life & the
certainty of death, do make declare and ordain this my last will &
testament; hereby revoking and annulling all former wills by me or for
me made. Item  To the Almighty & omniscient being I resign my soul in
fervent & strong hope, that his mercy will look over any transgressions
which I have committed in this life and will extend to promote my
everlasting rest in that which is to come
Secondly To my eldest son John Joseph I give & bequeath in fee forever
my land lying on the hicory mountain in the said county of Chatham,
whereon he now lives containing about Three hundred & fifty seven acres,
To my said son John Joseph I also give and bequeath a negroe fellow of
the name of Mustapha to possess the said land & negroe forever, Thirdly
To my son William Chaney Alston I give & Bequeath a negroe boy named Ben
the son of Rachael to him & his heirs forever.
To my son Oroondates Alston, I give & bequeath in fee forever the
Plantation on Sellers Creek whereon I do now live, together with a
negroe boy named Will, the son of the aforementioned Rachael
Fourthly To my daughter Ann Alston I give & bequeath to her & her heirs
forever a negroe wench named Nan and all her Children, Fifthly, to my
daughter Mary Ann, I give & bequeath a negro wench named Esther & her
Child named Winney to her & her heirs forever. I also to my said
daughter Mary Ann in like manner give & bequeath, a Molotto girl who
nursed her, named Nanncy/Nanney  And whereas if the Almighty disposes of
all things should be please to call me from this world, my two before
named daughters Ann and Mary Ann, without some provision of mine, might
be from their tender ages in an helpless situation, It is my earnest
will & desire, that my dear Sister Ann Hunt Alston, the relict of my
deceased brother John Alston should have the sole management & guidance
of them until they attain the age of eighteen years, or are married, for
which purpose I give & bequeath unto my said Sister my Plantation, stock
of all sorts, Plantation utensils, & all the Negroes which I now possess
or may possess at the time of my decease, in Warren County. To have & to
hold the same; until my youngest daughter shall attain the age of
eighteen years or is married for the purpose of educating, maintaining &
clothing my said two daughters. And at the time of both being married or
the youngest attaining the age of eighteen, It is my desire that the
said Plantation in Warren county be then sold and the money arising from
the sale thereof, to be divided in equal parts and given unto my before
mentioned sons John Joseph, William Chaney/Chancy and Oroondates or the
survivors of them. share & share alike
Sixthly To each of my before named Children, John Joseph, William
Chaney, Oroondates, Ann and Mary Ann I give & bequeath all my Negroes,
Plantation, Utensils, Stock of all sorts and all my personal property of
what kind or nature soever in the following manner a full proportion to
each share & share alike, to each of my sons, on the attaining the age
of twenty one, of the said Negroes, plantation utensils, stock of all
sorts & other kind of personal property at the time each of them
attains  the age of twenty one, and to my daughters a full proportion on
each attain the age of eighteen or being married, and in case of the
death of any of my said children previous to their arriving of age, that
proportion which would have been the deceased to be divided in like
manner among the surviving, It is also my will and desire that my
negroes be not hired out but continued on the plantation, and that the
profits arising from them be appropriated to the discharge of my just
debts and to the support and maintenance of my three named sons, Lastly
I hereby constitute and appoint my well beloved Brother Joseph John
Alston, my dear Sister Ann Hunt Alston and my loving nephew Wyllis
Alston
to be my executors, and executrix of this my last will &
Testament:  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed
my seal this 2nd day of August in the year of our lord one thousand
seven hundred and Eighty Nine.
Signed & Sealed in the}            Signed  Wm.  Alston  {Seal}
Presence of us the day}
above mentioned         }
James Taylor
Sam'l Guthrie            A Copy Test   John Ramsey  C.C.



Nathaniel BILBERRY born 1758 in Edgecomb Co. N.C. died 23 Apr 1836 in
     Edgecomb Co. N.C. Married about 1790 to Mary ---? Married Nancy COFFIELD
     31 Jan 1824 Service: Private in 3rd Regt. then 2nd Regt.N.C. line. Saw service in
     N.C., VA., NJ., Ny., Was attached to life guard of General George Washington in
     battles of Brandywine, Valley Forge and Monmouth. Children : 1. Mary, born 26 July
     1792, married Redden Bonner 2. Frances, married George Killebrew 3. Will 1815
     Tax list some Bilbry orphans living with him
     Submitted by: Richard Bilbrey RB0540@aol.com

Posted by Rb0548@aol.com <Rb0548@aol.com> on Mon, 28 Sep 1998

                              Surname: BILBERRY

     BILBERRY, ISHAM
     Not much is known of Isham in North Carolina. He was born about 1765 and died
     in Tenn. in 1845. He married Ruth Sellars in 1788 in Chatham Co. N. C. He's
     listed in the Revolutionary Army Accounts Record Book. In, "Graves of
     Revolutionary War Patriots" BILBORY, Isham: Polk Bilbrey Cemetery, Oak Hill,
     Overton Co. Tenn.


april 2006

mountainmama57@webtv.net

MCGEHEE-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [McGEHEE] Sellers

Then for the Sellars guy and Donna and Bonnie and Elizabeth and Doris.If Carl ever wants anything on his line it is all in Chatham Co NC. They spell it Sellars/Sellers and Silers. Now his David is there but also there is an orphan kid named David.Plus wills and more.
I found NO mention of Charles in any Chatham records.
  =

PAT, received this thru SELLERS surnames and interested in the DAVID SELLERS below .
We have a lot of Chatham Co., NC info , but NOT orphans files?

CAN you send us the extraction for SELLERS , esp this orphan kid DAVID. SELLERS??
We have census/some court records, some land records.
OR send what we DON'T have. Or URL.

I believe I have extraction USGENWEB articles?

Feel free to Send this on to anyone researching SELLERS.

HELP us where you can.
marie, iowa