FULTON CO, OHIO (made in 1850 from Lucas, Henry, Williams Co's)
lays on the Michigan border
connects to same counties


SHIRLEY'S PAGE

MARRIAGES

Ely Alba Clinton* - Sellers, Mary C.* 29 May 1914 11-027

Fulton County, Biographical =



1850 FULTON CO, OH
WILLIAM SELLERS 18 PA, carriage maker,  PAGE 276 Dover
living with LUCUS CHATFIELD 43 PA
and MALINDA CHATFIELD 43 OH

GAYS
No ADAMS

=

1860

John Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH 38 abt 1822 Pennsylvania Male
Lovina Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH 29 abt 1831 Ohio Female
Emaline Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH 7 abt 1853 Ohio Female
David Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH 5 abt 1855 Ohio Male
Emeretta Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH 3 abt 1857 Ohio Female

CIVIL WAR

1870

David Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1855 Ohio White Male=
Martin Markley 61 Amy Markley 52 Philip Markley 38 Casius Markley 10 David Sellers 15 Sarah Swartz 20 Jane Swartz 17 George Swartz 5

Elias Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1834 Pennsylvania White Male
Emerette Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1836 Ohio White Female
Effie A Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1858 Ohio White Female
Florence E Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1866 Ohio White Female
Charles H Sellers Dover, Fulton, OH abt 1864 Ohio White Male


John Sellers York, Fulton, OH abt 1821 Pennsylvania White Male =
John Sellers 49 George Wright 67 Anna Wright 58 C K Wright 28 Robt H Wright 24 Martha A Wright 18 Eliza Pullen 10

1880

David Sellers Royalton, Fulton, OH abt 1855 Ohio Something , LIVING WITH
Davis Brown 37 Hariett Brown 31 OH
Sulivan Brown 8 Marvin Brown 6 Cloe J. Brown 4 Eugene Brown 11M David Sellers 25 Anna Holister 24 Willard Granger 16

1890

Elias Sellers found in:
US - Veterans Schedule (1890)
Rank:  Corp     
Year Enlisted:  1862     
Year Discharged:  1865     
State:  Ohio     
County:  Fulton     
Town:  Dover     
Roll:  60   



From:
             Hugh and Sandy Sellers <hubie19@swbell.net>

>From "Sellers Letters" (c) M. Sims
Source; Swanton, OH Public Library

Ottokee Cemetery, Dover TWP, Fulton Co, OH
George SELLERS May 9, 1783 d Jan 25, 1860
Nancy SELLERS  oCT 17, 1792 d June 29, 1882

Tedrow Cemetery, Dover TWO, Fulton Co, OH
Elias SELLERS 1834-1904
Emmarette SELLERS 1836-1908, wife of Elias


A chart we have on ELIAS SELLERS=born 1834 DAUPHIN CO, PA
DID this info come from Civil War File?
son of GEORGE SELLERS died 1860 FULTON CO, OH
and NANCY (DAMOTH) died (1882) FULTON CO, OH

AND also son FREDERICK SELLERS BORN 1818 PA
married 1841 RICHLAND CO, (now ASHLAND Co)


        From: FRANK SELLERS
           Sellersgen@aol.com

In the history of the Ohio State Senate, Davis B. Sellers was a member of
the
Ohio Senate around the beginning of the 20th century or sometime after
that.
He was the son of Elias Sellers and Emeretta Baldwin Sellers, and his home
was listed as Metamora or Wauseon, OH.  There was one sibling, Effie
Sellers,
who was born in 1860 and married Arby Danforth Johnson.

I know this is sketchy, but the Ohio Historical Society is sure to have
further information on Davis B. Sellers if desired.  These notes were all
that I transcribed.
Frank Sellers


1920

1930
James L Sellers German, Fulton, OH abt 1900 Ohio , garage machinist, Lodger with
JARING J. WATRING 52 MI
ANNA 39 OH, M 19 YRS, DAD PA, MOM OH ROSER ZIMMERMAN 20 OH, SINGLE
HAZEL ZIMMERMAN 19 OH, SINGLE ================
58.  GEORGE SELLERS of Dover
  • Recorded in Volume 2, page 3
  • Signed January 8, 1860
  • Probated January 31, 1860
  • He devises to his wife, NANCY, 1/3 of the home farm & to the children; JOHN, JACOB, & ELIAS SELLERS, & ELIZA A. CHATDIELD, MARTHA WHITMAN, & MARY JANE SELLS, the remaining 2/3 in equal shares
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  • GEORGE F. BEATTY is one of the thorough and popular hotel men of Fulton county, being proprietor of the Hotel Beatty, at Lyons, and he is also a dealer in all kinds of agricultural implements and machinery, being one of the well-known and reliable business men of this part of the county.  He was born in Chesterfield township, Fulton county, on the i6th of June, 1850, and is a representative of one of the pioneer families of the county.  He is a son of Holoway H. and Elizabeth (Jefferson) Beatty, both of whom were born in Sussex county, N. J., the respective families having been established in America in the Colonial era. Holoway and Elizabeth Beatty came to Fulton county in 1845, passing the first three years in Royalton township and then removing to Chesterfield township, where the father purchased eighty acres of land, in Section 24
    reclaiming the same from the wilds and eventually developing a good farm.  There both he and his wife remained until death. He died in 1879, aged seventy-seven years, and she passed away in i8&7, aged seventy-nine years.  They became the parents of eight children, namely: Nancy, who is the wife of James Stutesman; Margaret, who is the wife of Henry Fisher; Sidney S., who is a resident of Morenci, Mich.; Julia, who is the wife of William Gates; Mahala, who is the wife of Isaac Davidson; Elizabeth, who is the wife of George Gorham, and George F., whose name initiates this sketch. The last named was the youngest of the family and was reared on the homestead farm, while he received such educational advantages as were afforded in the common schools of the locality. On attaining his majority he engaged in farming and dealing in live stock, in which he continued until 1900, being very successful in his operations and becoming the owner of a fine farm property in Chesterfield township.  In the year mentioned he engaged in the hotel business in Lyons, and he has shown himself admirably fitted for the business, his house being most popular with the traveling public, which fact is the best voucher as to its being ably conducted. He purchased the hotel property in 1902, and he still owns his homestead farm, in Chesterfield township. In March, 1905, he engaged in the agricultural implement business, giving the same his personal supervision and having the agency for a number of the leading manufacturers of implements and machinery, and he is securing a representative patronage in this department of his enterprise. In politics he is a Democrat, and he is affiliated with Royalton Union Lodge, No. 434, F. & A. M. In 1875 Mr. Beatty was united in marriage to Miss Emma Sellers, who was born and reared in Chesterfield township, being a daughter of John and Lavina (Sanford) Sellers. Of this union five children have been born; Holoway H. is at the hotel with his father; Johnston is in charge of the homestead farm; Ada, who became the wife of Warren Acker, is deceased; and Lizzie and Libbie are twins, the former being the wife of Eugene Tuckerman, and the latter the wife of Wilton Johnston. William E. is at home in Lyons.
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