WAKE CO, NC (made in 1770 from Cumberland, Johnston,Orange)
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1790 WAKE CO, NC
Firstname Lastname | + 16 |U16- Fema | Ot | Slav | SNDX | Remarks includes totals

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5 | Wm Thr**lkill | 3 3 | 4 | 0 | 0 | | 10
6 | John Sellers | 2 1 | 5 | 0 | 0 | S462 | 8
7 | Burger Wood | 1 1 | 2 | 0 | 0 | W300 | 4

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1 | Isaac Sellers | 1 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | S462 | 1
2 | Burber Suart | 1 0 | 1 | 0 | 1 | S630 | 3
3 | Solomon Smith | 1 5 | 5 | 0 | 0 | S530 | 11

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WAKE COUNTY, NC - DEEDS - Edward Hocut and Wife to Thomas Mial, 1806

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Deeds of Wake County, North Carolina
Book U, p. 334

Edward Hocut and Wife to Thomas Mial

This Indenture made this 15th day of March in the year of our Lord one
thousand Eight Hundred and Six between Edward Hocut and Ellendar his wife
of Wake County North Carolina state of the one part and Thomas Mial of the
same County and State afore said of the second . . . sold and conveyed and
by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, and convey unto the aforesaid
Thomas Mial his heirs and assigns forever, one certain Tract or parcel of
land, situate lying and being in the County of Wake, aforesaid, Beginning
at a pine, in said Hocuts line, on a Branch, thence south thirteen pole to
a Hickory in the aforesaid Mials line, thence West one hundred and forty
one pole to a twin turkey oak and sasafrass on said Branch, thence up the
various courses of said Branch to the Begining; Containing Eighteen acres,
and a half. To have and to hold, the aforesaid land and premises togethr
with all priviliges thereunto or in any wise Belonging to him the said
Thomas Mial his heirs and assigns forever. I the said Edward Hocut and
Ellindar Hocut my wife for ourselves our Heirs and Executors do covenant
and agree with the said Thomas Mial his heirs and assigns forever and I the
said Edward Hocut and Ellender my wife shall and will warrant and defend,
the right title and Interest, of aforesaid land unto the said Thomas Mial
his heirs and assigns forever against all manner of claims of persons
whatsoever, in witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals
the date above written.

In presence of us Johnson Britt and James (x - his mark) Sellers

Signed Edward Hocut
Ellender (+ her mark) Hocut

Wake County, February Term, 1808

The written Deed from Edward Hocut and his wife Ellender Hocut to Thomas
Mial was exhibited in Open Court probate and duly prove by the Oath of
Johnson Britt and at the same time the said Ellendar Hocut being in Open
Court, It is ordered the George Brasfield Esq. a Justice of the peace for
the County aforesaid be appointed to take the private examination of the
said Ellender, separate and apart from her said Husband, touching the said
Deed, who reported that she executed the same freely without the coertion
of her Husband.
Ordered that the same be registered.

Registered in the Registers Office of Wake County in Book U and page 335.


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1820

1830

Jordan Selan Little River, Wake, North Carolina (ck Nash Co., NC)


BALDWIN CEMETERY
Sellers, Daisy, b. 16 May 1883, d. 4 May 1910

GOOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY
Carpenter, Margaret Sellers, b. 25 Mar 1927, d. 3 May 1993, m. 7 Mar 1947

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Wake County, NC - Ephesus Cemetery

Holt, Annie, b. 8 Dec 1870, d. 20 Mar 1954, w.o. L.C. King & W.P. Sellars

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from CHARMAINE
NOINTELLG@aol.com

Death Certificates

This may, or may not, be Pink. Age and birhtdate is off, but it may be a clerical error. Pink Sellers served Co.K,58th Inf. NC Troops, CSA, from Mitchell Co., NC:

Death Certificate # 49 - Wake Co., NC - Raleigh - Old Soldier's Home

Pink Sellers
M W Widowed (spouse not named) 95 yrs,5 mos., 11 dys.
Date of birth: Aug. 11, 1830 NC
Date of death: Jan 22, 1926 Raleigh, Wake Co., NC
Cause of death: Apoplexy
Name of father: J. P. Sellers Place of birth: NC
Name of mother: Vira Tate Place of birth: NC
Burial: Jan. 23, 1926 Oakwood Cem. Raleigh, NC

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 Mrs. Julia Bowen Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 46551
 Born in Tuskegee, Ala.
 Wife of John Allen Sellers.
 Descendant of Lieut. John Bowen, Maj. Samuel Smith, Col. William Bryan and Col. John
 Hinton.
 Daughter of William Banks Bowen and Julia Mary Smith, his 2nd wife.
 Granddaughter of William Urquehart Bowen and Anna Banks, his wife; James Hinton Smith and
 Nancy Bryan, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Bowen and Rachel Clarke, his wife; Edwin Smith and Temperance
 Hinton, his wife; John Bryan and Patsy Hinton, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Sally McCullers, his wife; William Bryan and Elizabeth
 Smith, his wife; James Hinton and Delilah Hunter, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hinton and Grizell Kimbrough, his wife.
 John Bowen (1758-90) served as lieutenant in the Continental line of Virginia, and his
 descendants received five hundred and fifty-five acres of land allowed a lieutenant.
 Samuel Smith was appointed major of North Carolina militia by the Provincial Congress, which
 assembled at Halifax, 1776. He was born 1744 in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
 William Bryan was a delegate to the convention at Hillsboro 1775. He was a member of the
 Provincial Congress at Halifax in 1776 which organized the militia of the State and appointed him
 colonel for Johnston County.
 Also No. 7729.
 [p.250] John Hinton was colonel of militia. He served on the Committee of Safety and the
 Provincial Congress of Wake County, N. C., where in 1784 he died. His son, John, served as
 major.
 Also Nos. 34229, 42573, 43361.