RICHLAND CO, OHIO (made in 1808 from Fairfield)
lays next to Morrow, Crawford,Huron,Ashland,Knox and very close to Holmes Co's
STUDY each county!


MARGARET'S PAGE

RITA'S PAGE

SHIRLEY'S PAGE

ck HARRISON CO., OH


1830 =NO SELLERS,etc 


Richland Co, Oh- Petition in Chancery - filed 5-4-1832

Joseph CELLAR and Agness CELLAR, exec of Joseph CELLAR, DEC'D
VS John CELLAR, ET AL.
Land, SW1/4 Section 20, Township 20, Range 16 in Canton land district.
Widow, Agness
Sons: John and Joseph CELLAR
Daughters:
Mary , wife of Thomas WRIGHT
Eliza , wife of John GAULT
Martha CELLAR
Sarah CELLAR
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Mary SELLERS married Thomas WRIGHT 1-18-1823 Harrison Co,Oh
Eliza CELLAR married John GANT 10-9-1828 Harrison Co,Oh 



JOSEPH SELLARS in Muskingum Co, page 317
JOSEPH CELLAR, Delaware Co, page 83 (part of this family is proven, but,
don't know if we proved where the kids went?, msh)
AND we may have a differant spelling for Joseph SELLERS and not finding
him!

1840 RICHLAND CO, OH CENSUS INDEX=
ELIAS C. CELLERS, PAGE 116, CLEARCREEK TWN
GEORGE CELLERS, PAGE 105, "
GORGE CELLERS, PAGE 60, HANOVER TWN
DAVID CELLEY, PAGE 274 VERNON TWP
NO SELLERS
MOSES SOERS, PAGE 151, LEXINGTON
STEPHEN SOLES, PAGE 16, ORANGE TWP
ADAMS?



1850 RICHLAND CO, OH INDEX
ELIAS SELLARS,  PAGE 261 BUTLER
WASHINGTON SELLER, PAGE 225 WASHINGTON
DANIEL SILER, PAGE 308 FRANKLIN
JONAS ZELLNOR, PAGE 95 MADISON
WILLIAM ADAMS, PAGE 166 BLOOMING GROVE
WILLIAM ADAMS, PAGE 188 PLYMOUTH
WM ROUSH, PAGE 175, PLYMOUTH
WM ROUSE, PAGE 163 BLOOMING GROVE

1850 RICHLAND CO, OHIO CENSUS=
        From:
             Bonnie Grant <bonnieg@razorlogic.com>

1850 Richland Co., OH; Dist. 127 Washington Twp.; 16 Aug; pg 225; 183/183
Seller, Washington      26 m    Laborer PA (ca 1824)
        S.      22 f            OH

1850 Richland Co., OH; Dist. 127 Butler Twp.; 8 Sep; pg 261; 163/163(ckBedfordCoPa)
Sellars, Elias  41 m Farmer 1200        PA
        Ellenor 36 f            OH
        Malinda 15 f            OH
        Agnes   14 f            OH
        Joseph  12 m            OH
        James   10 m            OH
        John      7 m           OH
        David     5 m           OH
        Mary      1 f           OH

Pg 166, Bloominggrove Twp, 17 Sep 1850

Andrew ADAMS     29  Farmer       PA
Ann ADAMS        39               PA
Aaron PETTIT     17  Laborer      OH
William ADAMS     7               OH
John ADAMS        5               OH
Sarah ADAMS       4               OH

Living next door to:
Solomon ADAMS    50  Farmer       PA
Catharine        50               MD
Eve              30               PA
Solomon          23  Farmer       PA
Margaret         20               PA
Catharine        18               PA
----------------------
Pg 188 Plymouth Twp 25 Aug 1850

James F. ADAMS   25  Ferrier (?)   NY
Harriet L.       19                 OH
Charles F.        1                 PA

Living next to:
William ADAMS  53  Lutheran Minister  PA
Elizabeth      47                     PA ( born ca 1803,msh)
Sarah          20                     PA
Emeline        18                     PA
Elizabeth      16                     PA
William        14                     OH (ca1836)
John            9                     OH ( ca 1841
Newton          6                    OH (ca1844)
Marie .. I'm assuming you're talking about William Adams. I've
investigated this William thoroughly and he isn't my William. Thanks
though for replying. I'm going through the Cumberland Co wills now to
see if she is mentioned anywhere
Margaret
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WILLIAM ADAMS, PAGE166 BLOOMING,  NEED INFO= NEED
WILLIAM ROUSE, PAGE 163 BLOOMING , NEED INFO
WILLIAM ROUSH, PAGE 175 PLYMOUTH, NEED INFO



from "Richland County, Ohio Marriages, 1813-1871"

Malinda SELLAR m Joseph FIGGINS  2 Jan 1866
Caroline Ester SELLER m Michall PIPER  13 Sep 1849
Henry SELLERS m Margaret Jane WOLF  14 Mar 1844
John E. SELLERS m Susan LASER 24 Nov 1868
Sarah SELLERS m William ROBBINS 18 Dec 1845
John ZELLER/Catharine MATHIAS /10-19-/1844
Peter ZELLER/Barbara JOHNS/4-23-1846 



1853 = OHIO WILLS/ESTATES=
JOHN ADAMS estate 1853 - ar12 page 101=? ORDER/send info


1860 RICHMOND CO, OH= ?? why here?
Frederick Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 62 1797 Pennsylvania Male THIS IS ASHLAND CO, OH??msh
Sarah Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 37 1822 Pennsylvania Female
David Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 17 1842 Ohio Male
Eli Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 15 1844 Ohio Male
Sylvester Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 13 1846 Ohio Male
William Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 11 1848 Ohio Male
George Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 9 1850 Ohio Male
Joseph Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 7 1852 Ohio Male
Jacob Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 5 1854 Ohio Male
Cyrus Sellers Hanover, Ashland, OH 1 1858 Ohio Male

1860 RICHMOND CO, OH=

Cathrine Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 49 abt 1811 Pennsylvania Female
Jeremiah Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 22 abt 1838 Ohio Male
Sarah Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 20 abt 1840 Ohio Female
Lucy Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 20 abt 1840 Ohio Female
Cathrine Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 18 abt 1842 Ohio Female
Susan Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 14 abt 1846 Ohio Female
Samuel Laser Jackson, Richland, OH 11 abt 1849 Ohio Male

 



SELLERS /CIVIL WAR/OHIO - Is this just RICHMOND CO, OH? - info came from Richmond Co, Oh, msh

George W.
Private
Entered 2 May 1864
Age 35
146 OVI, Co C
Drowned in Ohio River 12 May 1864

Elias
Corporal
Entered 24 Jul 1862
Age 28
100 OVI, Co H

David
Private
Entered 20 Dec 1863
Age 20
124 OVI, Co H
Died 2 Jun 1864 Chattanooga TN
(124th was made up of SOME men from Mansfield)

David
Private
Entered 2 May 1864
Age 19
164 OVI, Co G
(Cleveland area)

David
Corporal
Entered 27 Apr 1864
Age 35
172 OVI, Co H
(Gallipolis area)

David
Private
Entered 13 Feb 1865
Age 18
195 OVI, Co B
(Camp Chase)

Check for JOHN J. ADAMS born 1834  (son of Eliz SELLERS/Wm ADAMS

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1870
John Sellers Jackson, Richland, OH abt 1845 Pennsylvania White Male (civil war =
Susannah Sellers Jackson, Richland, OH abt 1846 Ohio White Female
Catherine E Sellers Jackson, Richland, OH abt 1869 Ohio White Female
living with
Catharine Laser 59 PA (ca1811)
Sarah Laser 27 OH (ca1843)
John Sellers 25 PA (ca1845)
Susannah Sellers 24 OH
Catherine E Sellers 9/12 OH
close
JACOB and CATHERINE HOLTZ 76/74PA/PA



1880 RICHLAND CO, OH INDEX=
ANDREW SELLARS, PAGE 291B, MANSFIELD WARD 1
PHILIP SELLER, PAGE 100D, MADISON
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 336C, MANSFIELD WARD 3
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 336D, MANSFIELD WARD 3

1880 RICHLAND CO, OH soundex= NOT all posted -
JOHN SELLERS 34 PA (1846) born Franklin Co., Pa per obit below,msh)
SUSAN 34 OH, wife
CATHERINE 70 PA, mother (ca1830) see above 1870 this would be her HER mother, his MIL,msh) see 1860 above.
SARAH 39 PA, sister (ca1841)
LIZZIE 10 OH DAU
SAMUEL 8  OH DAU?
MINNIE 2 OH
BENJ LASR? 18 OH (ca1862)

ANDREW SELLER 34 MD
JENNY 30 OH

JOHN 25 OH

Philip Seller Madison, Richland, OH abt 1859 Ohio Something other than a direct relationship,both parents born Hesse D
living with
Christian Faitah 47 Maria T. Faitah 24 Philip Seller 21 Henry Heffler 25

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1900

1910

1920

1930
George F Sellers 57 pa = Madison, Richland, Ohio
Carrie S Sellers 53
Mary V Sellers 22

Sam Sellers 57 oh = Shelby, Richland, Ohio
Addie Sellers 55
Helen Sellers 25

Otto Sellers 42 oh = Monroe, Richland, Ohio
Barbera Sellers 29
Ralph R Sellers 14
Irene C Sellers 5


Harry C Sellers 33 oh = Madison, Richland, Ohio
Vada W Sellers 32 Leonard L Sellers 12 Blaine E Sellers 9 Elaine Sellers 6 Mary L Pavlos 29



From : Margaret James <margaretj@earthlink.net
From the death certificate of John J ADAMS dated 1910 Richland Co OH:
John J ADAMS born 1834 in Cumberland Co PA, parents William ADAMS and
Elizabeth SELLERS.

From: Margaret James <margaretj@earthlink.net
This is the information I have, which I got from the death certificate
of my g-g-grandfather, Alexander ADAMS, dated 1920 Richland Co OH:
Alexander ADAMS born 1840 in Cumberland Co PA, parents William ADAMS and
Elizabeth ROUSH. His obit said he was one of 14 children.

From: Margaret James <margaretj@earthlink.net
on 28 Sep I posted my John ADAMS material which I can resend but haven't
> sent any on Alex ADAMS or Daniel ADAMS. Let me know if you want the
> Daniel material as he is a possibility to be a son of Elizabeth SELLERS.
>
> I have tracked down at least 15 descendants of John and Daniel and had
> extensive correspondence with them but none of them know anything about
> William ADAMS and Elizabeth SELLERS. Also none of my line from Alex know
> anything about William ADAMS and Elizabeth ROUSH.

   From:
        marie sellers hollinger <mari@netins.net>
     RICHLAND CO, OHIO

ADAMS --- Andrew ADAMS
born in Bedford Co., Penn., June 15, 1820, the fourth of nine children,
coming with his
parents to
Ohio. He was united in matrimony to Miss Ann ZEIGLER, April 7, 1842; she
was born near
Somerset, Perry Co., Ohio and came with her parents to Blooming Grove Twp.
Richland Co. about
1817, being among the first settlers of that county. They have had five
children, three of whom are living.

This is a summary of a biography found on page 877 of the book: History of
Richland County,
Ohio... published in 1880 by A. A. Graham & Company, Mansfield, OH. This
book is held by the
Richland County Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 3823, Mansfield, OH
44907-0823.

ADAMS --- Thomas C. ADAMS
....was born in Cumberland Co., Penn., May 14, 1830, where he resided until
the fall of 1851; he
removed to Springfield, Clark Co.; he remained there about one year, when
he went to LaFayette,
Ind.; he stayed there about four years before moving back to Cumberland
County. He removed to
this county in May, 1863. He was married Jan. 10, 1861, to Margaret A.
SNYDER, who was born
in Perry County, Penn., March 29, 1840; the fruits of their marriage are
three children.

This is a summary of a biography found on page 744 of the book: History of
Richland County, Ohio... published in 1880 by A. A. Graham & Company, Mansfield, OH. This
book is held by the
Richland County Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 3823, Mansfield, OH
44907-0823.

ADAMS --- W.B. ADAMS
....born in Union Co., Penn., June 7, 1857; he resided there until 1875,
and then came to this county.

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Richland Co., Ohio USGenWeb Site

Sellers, Jennie -- On Friday, April 25, at her residence, Marion Avenue, Mrs. Jennie Sellers, wife of A.J. Sellers, aged 34 years.  The funeral took place on Sunday at 4 P.M.   [Ohio Liberal:  30 April 1884]

Sellers, John -- Shelby, noted for its shooting affrays in which officers have figured and lost their lives, had another experience of this kind yesterday afternoon.  Officer John Sellers, stationed at the junction of the Baltimore and Ohio and the Big Four railroads about a mile and a half north of the town, was fatally shot through the stomach by tramp negro whom he was trying to arrest.  Officer Sellers died at 5 o'clock this morning from the effects of his wound.  The dead officer leaves a wife and family.  The murderer was captured after a hard struggle and taken to the town lockup.  He narrowly escaped being lynched by the mob which gathered about the place within a few minutes.  Officer Sellers was on duty at the junction yesterday as usual.  About 3 o'clock in the afternoon he started from the depot building to make a tour of the yards.  He proceeded to inspect the Big Four side first.  In walking out on the Big Four railroad track the officer came upon two negroes.  They were ordered to move on.  One of them complied with the order but the second man refused to go, half drawing a revolver from his hip pocket in a menacing way.  Officer Sellers was about to reach for his own revolver when he remembered on the instant that he had left it at the depot in the Adams Express office.  He immediately retreated toward the depot and securing his belt containing his weapon he returned.  The negro had not moved far away and when Officer Sellers ordered him to throw up his hands and surrender he paid no attention to it.  The officer kept moving toward his man undoubtedly with the idea of getting near enough to take hold of him.  The negro and officer drew their revolvers about the same time.  Sellers recognized that there would be shooting and apparently preferred to take his chances in a hand to hand combat so with a bound he closed, being fortunate enough to seize his opponent before he could shoot.  Then ensued a wrestling match each man with his revolver in hand.  Sellers either slipped or was thrown to the ground.  This broke Officer Sellers' hold on the man and left the latter's pistol arm free.  He proceeded to use his weapon without further delay shooting the policeman through the stomach.  The negro after firing the fatal shot started to run away with both revolvers in his hands but railroad men and bystanders grabbed him and he was captured after a hard struggle and brought to this city and lodged in jail.  [Semi-Weekly News:  04 June 1897, Vol. 13, No. 45]

Sellers, John E. -- On the 4th day of June 1897, John E. Sellers was foully murdered by a negro tramp at the Junction Depot. Mr. Sellers was insured in the Maccabees Order for $2000 and on June 24th, just 20 days after his death, Mr. P. S. Lybarger, the secretary of the subordinate lodge of this place, received a draft of $2000 in full payment of the loss. The draft was immediately turned over to Mrs. Sellers. The Maccabees, more familiarly known as the K.O.T.M. has a record for promptness that is hard to equal, and it is one reason why the order is so popular. The prompt payment of it losses, especially where it falls into hands of beneficiaries who are presently in need of the same is one of the many commendable features of this most excellent order. No wonder the order is popular with the masses and is enjoying and receiving the full fruits of success and prosperity to which it is fairly entitled by reason of its fairness and attention to business. Submitted by Terry W. [SHELBY NEWS, Shelby, Ohio, Friday, July 2, 1897]

Sellers, John E. -- John E. Sellers was born in Franklin Co., Pa., Dec. 3, 1845, died at Shelby, O., June 4, 1897, aged 51 yrs., 6 mos. and 1 day. He spent his boyhood in the village of St. Thomas, attending school until about the age of 16 years, when he enlisted in Co. H, 2nd Pa V. I. for three months. After his discharge he learned the cabinet making trade. The war excitement being high, he in Aug. 1862, again enlisted in Co. H, 126th Pa. V. I., for nine months. He participated in the battle of South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. He was discharged with his regiment May 25, 1863. He enlisted the third time in 20th Pa. V. C., for three years, in Jan. 1864, and served in the Shenandoah Valley having participated in the battles of that memorable time, closing with the battle of South Side Railroad, where he was wounded in the right ear and side of the neck, a very dangerous wound. He was for a while in the hospital at Washington, and then transferred to Philadelphia where he was discharged June 1865. Since 1865 he resided in Shelby and vicinity. On Feb. 28, 1866 he united with the Shelby Reformed church. On Nov. 24, 1868 he was married to Miss Susannah Laser, Rev. N. H. Loose officiating. His terribly bereaved wife, son and two daughters survive his sudden departure. His death resulted from a gunshot wound, inflicted by a colored tramp, while on police duty at Shelby Junction. He who heroically battled for his country in a cause that gave freedom to the negro, was cruelly shot down by one of the race he helped to free from the chains of slavery. He was a kind husband and father, pleasing in his social relations, enterprising and widely known as a citizen. This community mourns over the tragic deed that so cruelly destroyed the life of the devoted husband and father. Funeral services were held at the family home, Sunday, June 6, Rev. N. H. Loose officiating. Interment at the London cemetery. The K.O.T.M. (Knights of the Maccabees) and L.O.T.M. (Ladies of the Maccabees) were out in a body, as Mr. Sellers was a member of the K.O.T.M. The attendance of citizens was immense in numbers. Submitted by Terry W. [SHELBY NEWS, Shelby, Ohio, Friday, June 11, 1897]

Sellers, Louis H. -- Mansfield -- Louis H. Sellers, 43, of Summit Street Northwest, Warren, son of Harold Sellers of Perrysville, died Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital in Warren. He was born Nov. 2, 1944 in Blackpool England, to Harold and Ida Carpenter Sellers. He was a pattern maker at the Lordstown General Motors fabricating plant. He is also survived by sons David of Warren and Michael of Canfield; one daughter, Mrs. Donald (Rhoda) Adams of Youngstown; one grandson; one brother Dwayne of Perrysville; four sisters Loretta Garris of Mansfield, Iris Steward, Pomeroy, Ohio, Sheila Ousley of Douglasville, Ga., and Dawn Grow of Germany. Calling hours will be Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the McFarland and Son Funeral Home, 271 N. Park Ave., Warren. Services will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home by the Rev. Phillip Smith. Loudonville services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Byerly Funeral Home by the Rev. Howdie Burnett. Friends may call on e hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Sand Ridge Cemetery, Loudonville. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. [Mansfield News Journal: 1 September 1988.]

Sellers, Philip -- Philip Sellers died at his residence on East Fourth street Wednesday afternoon after a lingering illness.  He leaves a wife and four children.  He was aged about 30.  [Mansfield Herald:  08 May 1890, Vol. 40, No. 25]

Sellers, Rebecca Jane Campbell -- Mrs. Rebecca Jane Campbell Sellers, daughter of Charles & Jane Campbell, deceased, Bellville, and wife of Wm. D. Sellers, passed away at her suburban home, Cleveland, Sunday morning, December 4, 1921, at 2:30 a.m., after an illness of two days.  She was born at Bellville, in the old homestead now standing at the corner of Bell and Ogle streets, June 9, 1838.  She was married to Wm. D. Sellers, of Dauphin, Pa., at Bellville, July 7, 1854, of which union there were born -- sons and five daughters, --- his beloved sleep.  She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Mary Evans, of Jersey City, N.J.;  one brother, Lewis Campbell, of Bellville;  one son and four daughters, besides many friends to mourn the passing away.  Miss Elizabeth White is a cousin of the deceased.  Funeral services were held Wednesday, December 7, at 3:00, conducted by the Rev. Edmond M. Lewis, of the East Glenville M.E. church and the Memorial Relief Corporation, No. 44, of which she had long been a faithful, respected member.  Interment was made in the Woodlain cemetery vault, Cleveland, to await the burial wishes of the family.  [Richland County Leader:  16 December 1921, Vol. 3, No. 1]

Sellers, Susannah -- In view of the sudden and tragic death of the husband of our sister, Mrs. Susannah Sellers. Therefore: Resolved, that we hereby extend our sincere sympathy in this hour of her bereavement, and pledge our sisterly aid in all that our order can bestow in the way of fraternal regard and love. Resolved, that this action be recorded in our records, and published in our city papers, and a certified copy be presented to the family of our afflicted sister (signed) Mary Sutter, Minnie Close, Sarah May, Committee. Allumnium Hive of the L.O.T.M., Shelby, June 8th, 1897. Submitted by Terry W. [SHELBY NEWS, Shelby, Ohio, Friday, June 11, 1897]

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http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.sellers/2418/mb.ashx

Message Board Post:

LOUDONVILLE: James Ralph "Jim" Sellers, 87, of Loudonville, Ohio passed away Thursday evening, Oct. 13th, 2011, in Hospice of North Central Ohio, Ashland, Ohio following a 3-week illness.

Jim was born May 25, 1924 in eastern Richland County, Ohio and was the son of the late Amos and Blanche (Craig) Sellers.
Jim lived all of his life in the Loudonville area and was a 1941 graduate of Loudonville High School.

He worked a number of years in the Crestline roundhouse of the Pennsylvania Railroad and later served a ten year stint as projectionist in Loudonville's Ohio Theater.

He retired in 1987 from Mansfield Plumbing Products after 32 years of service.
On June 9, 1948 he married Kathryn Gaumer and she survives him. They just recently celebrated 63 happily married years together.
Jim enjoyed following the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees and was still pining for another Indians World Series championship.
He enjoyed bike riding as well as deer and mushroom hunting. Jim was an avid gardener, readily sharing the fruits of his labor with many Loudonville area residents over the years.

Jim is survived by his wife, Kathryn Gaumer Sellers, a daughter: Cheryl (Tom) Thompson of Loudonville; 3 sons: Gary (Sheila) Sellers of Lexington, Merill Sellers of Groveport, and Jim (Lauri) Sellers of Galena. Jim and Kathryn are blessed with 8 grandchildren: Staci (Mick) Fry, Erik (Danielle Thompson, Ryan (Christine) Thompson, Lindsay Sellers, Kristin Sellers, Danny Sellers, Gabriel Sellers, and Lydia Sellers. However, there was still room in Jim and Kathryn's heart to love three more children in their senior years: great-grandchildren: Garett Fry, Sydney Fry, and Nori Thompson. He is also survived by 2 sisters: Irene Butler of Loudonville, and LaDonna Price of Perrysville. He was preceded in death by his parents, 3 brothers: Harold, Donald, and Robert "Bob" Sellers, and 3 sisters: Lois Wright, Virginia Gaumer, and Mary Sellers.

Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 am on Monday Oct. 17th in Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, with Rev. John Fitch officiating.
Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Perrysville, Ohio. Friends may call Sunday from 2-4pm in the funeral home.

The family requests memorial contributions to the Elevator Fund of First Baptist Church, 124 S. Market Street, Loudonville, OH 44842, Hospice of North Central Ohio, 1050 Dauch Drive, Ashland, OH 44805; or Helping Hand, c/o Pat Mowery, 324 N. Wood Street, Loudonville, OH 44842.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.Byerly-Lindsey.com .
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