NEW JERSEY (made in 1787)
lays next to (if NJ made in 1787, why marriages listed OR do we need a More exact  description of this area before 1787? probably, msh)

lays next to the Eastern counties of PA =Delaware, Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Lehigh,Northampton, Monroe, Pike
lays next to New Castle, DE
lays next to NY

BURLINGTON CO., NJ


U.S. Census Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820 about George Sellers Name: George Sellers Gender: M (Male) State: New Jersey County: Salem County Residence Year: 1800 Household Remarks: Petition, 1796?, to the Legislature from inhabitants of Salem and Cumberland Counties opposing the road from “Roads Town in the County of Cumberland to Carpenters Bridge in the County of Gloucester”.

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DEED records available,

CHURCH records available
Many Libraries have set of Archives of NJ

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A new article has been added at Newspaper Abstracts > United States > New Jersey > Gloucester http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/index.php?action=displaycat&catid=942

Direct link to article: http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/link.php?id=58961
Submitted by: Gigimo

Article Title: The American Weekly Mercury

Article Date: June 16 1743

Article Description: David HOWELL Wanted for Stealing.

Article Text:

On the 7th and 8th of this instant June was stolen from the subscriber, living at Billens-Port, Gloucester County, West-New-Jersey, the following goods, &c. viz. A brown colour'd cloth coat, with metal buttons, a double breasted jacket of the same, with brass buttons on one side and pewter on the other, a new racoon hat, a pocket book with a bond for six pounds, a fifteen shilling bill, , a five shilling bill, and several other small bills in it. They were stolen by one David HOWELL, an Englishman, aged about 25 years, short of stature, ruddy complexion, light hair, and battel-knee'd. He had on a cinnamon-colour'd jacket, ozenbrigs shirt, new leather breeches, bluish worsted stockings, and old shoes, with part of the toe of one of them burnt off. He served his time with one Samuel SELLERS, near Darby in Chester County.

Whoever takes up and secures the said thief, so that he may be brought to justice, shall have forty shillings reward, and reasonable charges, paid by Bartholomew SAPLES.

 

 


POST early history of NJ/PA= 



FROM HERMAN
hermfagley@juno.com
Mercer Co NJ WAS MADE 1800+ ,in prt from s Hunterdon. Phinias Pemberton
was well know in early BUCKS-1685. Think his father-in-law was a
HARRISON. They lived on the BUCKS CO Pa bank of the DELAWARE RIVER,A 1\2
MILES FROM NJ ,BETWEEN TRENTON,AND BORDANTOWN NJ,BUT PA BANK.

NANCY'S PAGE

JUDY'S PAGE

LYNN'S PAGE

LORETTA'S PAGE

BRENDA'S PAGE

BARBARA'S PAGE  (Camden Co)

GLOUCESTER CO, NJ

LYNN/JANICE SELLERS PAGE = study these pages = dna member



        From:
             HERMON B FAGLEY <hermfagley@juno.com>

WAS THERE A IRON FURNACE IN THIS AREA OF NC.  THE LEONARD'S AND SALTERS,
AND MORRIS WERE INVOLVED IN NE NJ IRON. LEONARDS AND LINCOLMNS MOVED FROM
MASS IRON TO NJ IRON FURNACES.  SHREWSBURY,NJ AREA.
Hermon Brown Fagley ,  2679 St.Rt.125 ,Bethel,Oh  45106  HFAGLEY@aol.com



1781 CUMBERLAND CO, NJ
GEORGE SELLERS, PAGE 2 MAURICE RIVER TWN 

1793 GLOUCESTER CO, NJ =
JOHN SELLERS, GLOUCESTER TWN 

1793 SALEM CO, NJ=
GEORGE SELLERS, UPPER ALLOWASY CRE 

1830 WARREN CO, NJ
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 430 GREENWICH TWN 

Contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Patricia M Bergener.
Early New Jersey Marriages - Extracts

#118;   Isaac PEARSE (PEARCE), John PEARSON, and George WARD... [bound
to]... Francis BERNARD, Governor... 500 pounds... 19 Jun 1759. ... Isaac
PEARCE... obtained a License of Marriage for himself... and for Hannah
SELLERS, spinster... [w] Sarah HOWELL, John LADD
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FANNY SELLERS married WM HENDERSON MAY 12, 1832, #3-133 Hunterdon County,NJ
DAVID SELLERS married RACHAEL COLEMAN DEC 23,1779, Glou Co, NJ
OGDEN, JOHN F. married  SELLERS, SUSANNAH DEC 7, 1814, Cumberland , NJ
SELLERS, JOHN married MRS ELIZA ALLEN, JAN 19, 1843, Warren, NJ
SOLLERS, JOHN married CATY ANN WOLF, FEB 27, 1836, WARREN, NJ
SOLLARS, RICHARD married ANN MINEER, MAY 16, 1808, SUSSEX, NJ
STOCKER, PETER married ELIZABETH ZELLER, DEC 22, 1846, WARREN, NJ
DRIESBACK, SIMON married MARGARET ZELLERS, JAN 1, 1846, WARREN, NJ



1840 CUMBERLAND CO, NJ=
DAVID SELLARS, PAGE 116 HOPEWELL
Lots of SEELYS in this area
and SOUDER


1850 CAMDEN CO, NJ=
JESSE SELLERS SR, PAGE 5, NORTH WARD
ROBERT SELLERS, PAGE 4, NORTH WARD 

1850 CUMBERLAND CO, NJ=
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 233, COHANSEY TWN
REBECCA SELLERS, PAGE 234 COHANSEY  =
Rebecca Sellers 41NJ, George Sellers 19 NJ, NAILOR, James Sellers 14NJ, SCHOOL, Charles Sellers 11 William Sellers 6 Marshall D Gibbs 28 Hannah Gibbs 19 Bowman H Buck 23 Dayton Warfle 18 , NO LAND SHOWN


1850 HUNTERDON CO, NJ=
GEROGE SELLERS, PAGE 249 LEBANON TWN
JENETTA SELLERS, PAGE 240 LEBANON TWN
FRANCIS SELLES, PAGE 215 BETHLEHEM TWN 

1850 MORRIS CO, NJ=
HUGH SELLERS, PAGE 246 WASHINGTON TWN
ISAAC SELLERS, PAGE 258 WASHINGTON TWN 

1850 WARREN CO,NJ=
ELIZABETH SELLERS, PAGE 288, MANSFIELD TWN
GEORGE SELLERS, PAGE 329 GREENWICH TWN
ISAAC SELLERS, PAGE 307, GREENWICH
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 329 GREENWICH
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 300 MANSFIELD 

March 10, 1854
DELAWARE COUNTY REPUBLICAN
 DELAWARE CO, PA

Death Notice
At South Orange, New Jersey, (Essex Co., msh) on the 24th ult., JAMES << SELLERS>> ,
Jr., son of James << Sellers>> , of Upper Darby, in the 31st year of
his age
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WHERE would this Upper Darby be? Delaware Co, Pa, msh?



From Charlotte sellers <csellers@hsonline.net>

 <http://melake.erols.com/~genealogy/appenda.html>
> >From the will of Dinah Garrison filed in 1857 in New Jersey (resident
> of Alexandria Twp Hunterdon Co):
> Her daughter Rebecca is the wife of GEORGE SELLERS, who is to be
> executor of the estate.



From LYNN SELLERS
lynn488@juno.com

1860 NJ Census:
Belvidere, NJ

Franklin P. Sellers, 59, Editor/Publisher
Wife - Rachael, 50
Sons - Cornelius, 15, Printers Apprentice, Franklin, 13
Daught. - Sidney, 11, Mary, 7
Real Estate Value - $ 3000 !, Personal Estate - $ 6000 !!!  ( Quite a
change. I wonder if he sold his PA business? )


   From:
        MaisieAnn@aol.com
    NJ-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  CENSUS NJ 1860, Burlington Co., Springfield Twp.  p. 172
 

BURLINGTON CO., NJ    3    August 1860, PO Burlington, Springfield Twp. p. 172

172 1   1314 1325   QUICKSALL   Charles 31  m   w   farm labor  NJ
172 2   1314 1325   QUICKSALL   Maria J.    21  f   w       NJ

172 3   1315 1326   GEORGE  Lewis   24  m   w       NJ
172 4   1315 1326   GEORGE  Isabella    25  f   w       Ireland

172 5   1316 1327   NEWBOLD Clayton 60  m   w   gent    NJ
172 6   1316 1327   NEWBOLD Joseph T.   24  m   w       NJ
172 7   1316 1327   CONRAD  Hannah  50  f   w   housekeeper NJ

172 8   1317 1328   NORCROSS    Joshua  43  m   w   farmer  NJ
172 9   1317 1328   NORCROSS    Sarah A.    43  f   w       NJ
172 10  1317 1328   NORCROSS    Rebecca 14  f   w       NJ
172 11  1317 1328   NORCROSS    Emily   10  f   w       NJ
172 12  1317 1328   NORCROSS    Martha  8   f   w       NJ
172 13  1317 1328   NORCROSS    Alfred  1   m   w       NJ
172 14  1317 1328   SHANBY  John    21  m   w   farm labor  NJ
172 15  1317 1328   JONES   Moses   18  m   w   farm labor  NJ
172 16  1318 1329   WOOLY   Owen    48  m   w   farm labor  NJ
172 17  1318 1329   WOOLY   Eliza   37  f   w       NJ

172 18  1319 1330   EARL    W. Wills    25  m   w   farmer  NJ
172 19  1319 1330   EARL    Maria   50  f   w       NJ
172 20  1319 1330   EARL    Mary H. 28  f   w       NJ
172 21  1319 1330   HAVILAND    Mary    76  f   w       NJ
172 22  1319 1330   SELLERS Nathan  72  m   w  NJ (born ca 1788 msh)where1850?
172 23  1319 1330   WEBB    George  15  m   w   farm boy    NJ
172 24  1319 1330   ALLEN   John    12  m   w       NJ
172 25  1319 1330   FRIELD  Ann 9   f   w       NJ
172 26  1319 1330   CRAWLEY James   30  m   w   farm labor  NJ
172 27  1319 1330   FITZGERALD  John    35  m   w   farm labor  NJ

172 28  1320 1331   ATKINSON    Robert  37  m   w   farmer  NJ
172 29  1320 1331   ATKINSON    Lilly   32  f   w       NJ
172 30  1320 1331   ATKINSON    William 9   m   w       NJ
172 31  1320 1331   ATKINSON    Sarah   8   f   w       NJ
172 32  1320 1331   ATKINSON    Margaret    5   f   w       NJ
172 33  1320 1331   ATKINSON    Robert  1/12    m   w       NJ

172 34  1321 1332   KELLY   Elwood  35  m   w   farm labor  NJ
172 35  1321 1332   KELLY   Susan   25  f   w       NJ
172 36  1321 1332   KELLY   Emma    5   f   w       NJ
172 37  1321 1332   KELLY   Amelia  3   f   w       NJ
172 38  1321 1332   KELLY   Mary E. 1   f   w       NJ

172 39  1322 1333   BLACK   John    70  m   w   farmer  NJ
172 40  1322 1333   BLACK   Alfred  30  m   w       NJ



New Jersey Census, 1772-1890

1870 RYSDALE JOHN Essex County NJ 209 8 W. Newark Federal Population
Schedule NJ 1870 Federal Census Index NJ30466384



Camden County Marriages
 BOOK B
 page 119
 Sellers, Geo. B.–Clara M. Plum, 4-6-1876
Camden County Marriages
 BOOK B
 page 137
 Zeller, John W., North Wales, Pa.–Irene Redfield; license granted 10-14-1897.



                                             The Early Germans of New Jersey; Their History, Churches and Genealogies
 SCHLEICHER.

 (VII). JOHN L., b. June 2, 1777, d. Feb. 16, 1826; came from Wy****ming, m. here and went
 back, finally came back and remained here permanently, m. Mebetable Swayxie (dau. of Daniel),
 May 26, 17****2, who d. April 22, 1859; lived back of Pleasant Grove on Rev. Mr. Hunt'z
 place; had children (order uncertain): 1. Sarah, m. Jacob Swackhammer (s. of John); 2. A****,
 b. Sept. 15, 1801, in Wyoming, m. Peter Vo****er (s. of Jacob), b. 1778, d. 18****6, at 88;
 buried at Naughright cemetery; 3. Mary, m. Jacob Hip; 4. Delilah, m. John Bilbee (s. of
 Jonathan); 5. Catherine, b. Feb. 4, 1816, m. Charles Stone of New York State (s. of Elijab); 6.
 Eli****, m. J**** Sellers; 7. Susan, m. Stephen Clouse; 8. Martha, m. Will. Car****; 9.
 Louisa, m. dau. Mayberry (s. of Charles); 10. Mehetabis, m. Elisha Creveling (s. of Samuel);
 11. John L., b. June, 1805, d. Dec. 1, 1873, m. Nancy Johnson, b. Jan. 6, 1779, d. Dec. 18,
 18****; 12. James, m. Margaret Swackhammer (dau. of John); 13. Benjamin, m. Elisabeth
 Schuyler (dau. of Peter); 14. Isaac, b. Oct. 25, 1813, m. Elisabeth Walters (dau. of Thomas);
 one girl died young. 


                Marriages--New Jersey 1665-1800

 Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey
 Marriage Licenses.
 The Marriage Ceremony
 Females. C
 Divorces By the Court of Chancery.
 page 91
 Coleman, Rachel, and David Sellers, Philadelphia 1779 Dec. 23
 

 Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey
 Marriage Licenses.
 The Marriage Ceremony
 Males. H
  page 175
 Harrison, Miles, Bucks, Pa., and Sarah Sellers, Bucks, Pa. 1731 June 22
 

 Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey
 Marriage Licenses.
 The Marriage Ceremony
 Males. P
 page 299
 Peirce, Isaac, and Hannah Sellers 1759 June 19



 Cumberland County, New Jersey Marriages, 1740-1910

 County Clerk's Records—Book A
 page 66
 John F., and Susannah Sellers, 12-7-1814.

 County Clerk's Records—Book B
 page 198
 Sellers, David, and Elizabeth Stites, 5-16-1863.
 

 BY REV. SAMUEL LAWRENCE
 page 239
 Sellers, John, Phebe Mulford, 9-26-1846.

 Marriage Records
 S
 page 320
 Sellers, Susannah, 66.
(was some info cut off here? msh)



 Barbara Tichenor Eggleston

I am also trying to find information about my great-grandparents. G-grandfather was George
Bremeyer Sellers, Boarn in Camden, NJ 7 Mar, 1850. I have no further information for him except
he married Clara M. Plum, b: Camden, N.J. 27, Jan, 1857. Could this be part of your tree?

Any information would be helpful. 


Database: Jersey City, New Jersey Directories, 1891-93



Edward SELLER, 201 Warren, Jersey, NJ, 1891
John SELLER, 84 Jefferson, Jersey, NJ, 1893
Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year
Agatha Tennitza, widow Sellers       239 N Y avenue Jersey NJ 1891
Coleman Sellers Stevens Institute H professor   East Orange N J Jersey NJ 1892
Coleman Sellers Stevens' Institute H professor   at East Orange, N J Jersey NJ 1893
Joseph SOLLER, 201 Railroad Ave, Jersey, NJ, 1893
Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year
Emma Zeller, widow Charles       80 Hutten Jersey NJ 1891
John Zeller   dyer   162 Webster avenue Jersey NJ 1891
John H Zeller   superintendent   r 36 Adams H Jersey NJ 1892
Mary A Zeller, widow John       r 36 Adams H Jersey NJ 1892
Newton Zeller   eng 158 Whiton   Jersey NJ 1893


   From:
        "Myrtle Feldenzer" <myrtle@libby.org>

My husband was searching microfilm at the LDS library this week for his family (Feldenzer) on the "1910 Census -
Town of Trenton, County of Mercer, State of New Jersey".  He saw the following Sellers family who lived at 91
Jackson Street, and were from PA:

        John E. Sellers        45
        Elizabeth                 42
        Lillian                        21
        William L.                18
        Helen                        16



 Mrs. Eva Hageman Little.
 DAR ID Number: 50274
 Born in Lebanon, Ohio.
 Wife of John Little.
 Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Dennis.
 Daughter of Joseph Hageman and Amanda Jane Longstreth, his wife.
 Granddaughter of George Longstreth and Elizabeth Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Longstreth and Isabella Dennis, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Dennis and Hannah Little, his wife.
 Benjamin Dennis, in 1776, was commissioned captain of the third regiment, Monmouth County,
 New Jersey militia. He died, 1779, in New Jersey. 

 Miss Caroline Sellers Barnes.
 DAR ID Number: 55422
 Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
 Descendant of Lieut. Jeremiah Clark, of New Jersey.
 Daughter of George Taylor Barnes (1846-1900) and Lucy Sellers, his wife.
 [p.195] Granddaughter of William Wesley Barnes (1808-63) and Matilda Clark (1809-90), his
 wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark (1782-1862) and Matilda (De Ford) Donahue
 (1778-1848), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark and Elizabeth Field, his wife.
 Jeremiah Clark (1744-1803) served as lieutenant of Essex County, New Jersey militia. He was
 born and died in New Jersey.
 Also No. 22390.

   From:
        Marshall Lake <mlake@melake.erols.com>

 GARRISON-L@rootsweb.com

> Are there any other Garrison Family Researches subscribed to this list
> except me.

I'm here.  I'm looking for the parents of James GARRISON (2/1767 -
12/1825) of Hunterdon Co, NJ.  He married Dinah ROBINS (daughter of Isaac)
in about 1790.  They had children:  John (mar Martha TITUS), Susan (mar
Abraham LAKE), Isaac, Elizabeth (mar John KESSLER), Rachael (mar Charles
PARKER), William, Sarah Ann, and Rebecca (mar George SELLERS).
 

Marshall Lake - mlake@melake.erols.com - http://melake.erols.com
http://melake.erols.com/the-beach        http://melake.erols.com/genealogy

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1925 graduating class of Bridgeton High School, Bridgeton, NJ.

There are pictures and signatures for 99% of Senior's in the book as well as
much more info on each and every one of them.

If you have a relative listed below please contact me ( _KAllen5206@aol.com_
(mailto:KAllen5206@aol.com) ) and I can scan the person's picture as well as
signature for you and any other info I can find on them in the book. The
names below are in the order they appear in the book, so check carefully for
whom you seek.

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Ocean County Grantors Index 1850-1930

Horrace E. Sellers Jan 5, 1928 Dover Twp.