FAYETTE CO, PA (made in 1783 from WESTMORELAND)
lays next to Greene, Washington, Somerset Co's also
lays next to Monongalia, Preston Co's, West Virginia
lays next to Garrett, MD


HELEN'S PAGE

PEG'S PAGE

PATTI'S PAGE

BEVERLY'S PAGE

HARBARGER FAMILY

KEITH'S PAGE


        From:
             fay Harless <peggie@wizzards.net>

got this from another list thought it might help some one       lots of sellers

PandaTedi@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 11/25/00 6:22:29 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> hsdurbin@alltel.net writes:

http://search.freefind.com/find.html?id=5536607&pageid=r&mode=ALL&query=Ailes


FROM ERIC
        "Eric" <ericbear@flash.net>

Jacob Sellers ... Letters granted 6 Feb. 1784 to Christian
Sellers ... Bond
$250; Sureties: John Huffman and George Huffman of German
Twp., Admin.
Abstracts, Fayette Co., Pa

Jocob Sellars ... 4th Monday in May 1784; Peter Levingood
presents an
account of 11 # 15 against the estate of Jacob Sellers,
dec's, for boarding
and clothing a child of Sellars from 20 May 1782 to the
present.  Ordered
that he be allowed Pa. Currency for the support... Orphan
Board Abstracts,
Fayette Co., Pa. Docket 1 p. 2



Fayette Co PA Will Index  1783-1900
no Sellers
Estates/Probates?

1790 FAYETTE CO, PA CENSUS =

CHRISTIAN SELSER, PAGE 110 SPRINGHILL TWP
(need neighbors)


1800 FAYETTE CO, PA CENSUS =



1810 FAYETTE CO, PA INDEX=
1820 FAYETTE CO, PA
1830 FAYETTE CO, PA
1840 FAYETTE CO, PA=
NO SELLERS
Wm Butler Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania

 

1850 FAYETTE CO, PA INDEX=
NO SELLERS


1860 FAYETTE CO, PA INDEX
LEWIS SELLERS, 31 VAVA, GLASBLOWER, PAGE 53 BROWNSVILLE ( Phil Co, PA = Louis Sellers)
ELIZABETH 20 PA
CAROLINE 1 PA


JAMES SULARS 59 PA
living with COOPER

JACOB CEALER 26 WURT
CAROLINE 24 WURT
JACOB 2 VA
MARY 6/12 PA

CIVIL WAR =

1870 FAYETTE CO, PA INDEX
JAMES CELLERS 28 PA, WHARTON TWN
James Cllers Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1842 Pennsylvania White Male , farm laborer, page 553
living with
Isaac H Mccann Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1858 Pennsylvania White Male
James Mccann Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1802 Ireland White Male (1860 Robinson, Allegheny, Pennsylvania)
Margaret Mccann Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1854 Pennsylvania White Female
Mary Mccann Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1812 Pennsylvania White Female
Mary Jane Mccann Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1856 Pennsylvania White Female
Wesley Mccann Wharton, Fayette, PA abt 1852 Pennsylvania White Male

Frank Sellers Uniontown West Ward, Fayette, PA abt 1856 Ohio White Male
Lucy Sellers Uniontown West Ward, Fayette, PA abt 1868 Pennsylvania White Female
Morris Sellers Uniontown West Ward, Fayette, PA abt 1859 Pennsylvania White Male
Nellie Sellers Uniontown West Ward, Fayette, PA abt 1863 Pennsylvania White Female
Rebecca J Sellers Uniontown West Ward, Fayette, PA abt 1837 Ohio White Female
William B Sellers Uniontown West Ward, Fayette, PA abt 1827 Pennsylvania White Male (ck 1860 Dauphin)


1880 FAYETTE CO, PA CENSUS
JAMES SELLERS 41 PA,  WHARTON TWN (ca1839,msh)
MARGARET 23 PA (ca1857,msh)
FLORA 3 PA
JAMES 1 PA

JOHN SILERS 30 PA, WHARTON TWN
MAY E. 27 PA
JOHN, NOV 27, - No yr, etc
WM 3 PA



1900 FAYETTE CO, PA CENSUS
JAMES SELLERS 56 PA, M 24 YRS, BOTH PARENTS BORN PA
MARGARET 44 PA, 14KIDS/11 LIVING, BOTH PARENTS BORN PA
JAMES A. 21 PA
WM H. 19 PA (ca
MARY 15 PA
NANCY 13 PA
ROSE 11 PA
FANNIE 10 PA
RACHAEL 6 PA
ANNIE 4 PA
JOHN 3 PA
BESSIE 1 PA

HARBARGER =

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1910

Wm W Sellers Emma Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, PA abt 1870 Pennsylvania Head

Emma Sellers Wm W Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, PA abt 1874 Pennsylvania Wife

Ruth M Sellers Wm W,
Emma Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, PA abt 1899 Pennsylvania Daughter

Frank H Sellers Wm W,
Emma Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, PA abt 1902 Pennsylvania Son

Samuel Sellers Wm W,
Emma Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, PA abt 1904 Pennsylvania Son

William Sellers Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1891 Pennsylvania Boarder

G W Sellers Mary Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1848 Ohio Head

Mary Sellers G W Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1854 Pennsylvania Wife

Wm Sellers G W,
Mary Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1885 Pennsylvania Son

Hazel Huey
[Hazel Sellers] G W,
Mary Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1895 Pennsylvania Daughter

Kate Burns
[Kate Sellers] G W,
Mary Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1890 Pennsylvania Daughter

Mrs Mary Holland
[Mrs Mary Sellers] G W,
Mary Connellsville Ward 3, Fayette, PA abt 1884 Pennsylvania Daughter

Edmond Sellers Chares Connellsville Ward 4, Fayette, PA abt 1879 Pennsylvania Head

Chares Sellers Edmond Connellsville Ward 4, Fayette, PA abt 1883 Pennsylvania Wife

Nelson M Sillers Anna German, Fayette, PA abt 1881 Pennsylvania Head
Anna Sillers Nelson M German, Fayette, PA abt 1887 Pennsylvania Wife
John Sillers Nelson M, Anna German, Fayette, PA abt 1908 Pennsylvania Son
Emma R Sillers Nelson M, Anna German, Fayette, PA abt 1909 Pennsylvania Daughter

Frederick L Sellers Henry Clay, Fayette, PA abt 1894 Pennsylvania Hired Man

James Sellers Margret A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1873 Pennsylvania Head


William H Sellers Alice A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1881 Pennsylvania Head
Alice A Sellers William H North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1889 Pennsylvania Wife
Chales W Sellers William H, Alice A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1909 Pennsylvania Son

James B Sellers Margaret A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1843 Pennsylvania Head
Margaret A Sellers James B North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1857 Pennsylvania Wife
Rachael Sellers James B, Margaret A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1894 Pennsylvania Daughter
Annie Sellers James B, Margaret A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1896 Pennsylvania Daughter
Bessie Sellers James B, Margaret A North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1900 Pennsylvania Daughter

Rosa Sellers North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1889 Pennsylvania Servant

Henrietta Sellers Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1856 England Head
Ephraim Sellers Henrietta Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1882 England Son
Martha Sellers Henrietta Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1884 England Daughter
Arthur Sellers Henrietta Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1887 Pennsylvania Son
Henrietta Sellers Henrietta Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1894 Pennsylvania Daughter

Gadell Sullen
[Zadell Sellers] Smithfield, Fayette, PA abt 1904 Pennsylvania Niece

Lewis S Sollars Cornelius V, Annie V South Union, Fayette, PA abt 1902 Pennsylvania Son

Ruth Sellers Uniontown Ward 2, Fayette, PA abt 1876 Pennsylvania Servant

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WORLD WAR 1

James Albert Sellers 3 Feb 1879 White Not Stated, Fayette, PA
nearest relative = Margaret Sellers

Wallar Lewis Sellers 23 Sep 1884 Black Not Stated, Fayette, PA
nearest relative = Liza? Estella? Sellers

William Henry Sellers 14 Mar 1881 White Not Stated, Fayette, PA
nearest relative = Alice Sellers

Edwin Sellers 8 Jul 1878 White Not Stated, Fayette, PA , works bank?, Mrs Edwin Sellers, nearest relative

George William Sellers 29 Mar 1884 White Not Stated, Fayette, PA
nearest relative = Mary Pearl Sellers

William Earl Sellers 28 Oct 1889 Caucasian (White) Pennsylvania;United States of America Not Stated, Fayette, PA
born ALLBROOK, PA, MARRIED and 2 children, not named



1920 FAYETTE CO, PA

SELLERS =

ISAAC HARBARGER 59 PA,  BOTH PARENTS PA, DUNBAR TWN
BELLE 51 PA, BOTH PARENTS PA
VIOLA 14 PA
MARGARET 12, PA
AMY 18, PA
JOHN 10 PA
MARIAN 8F PA
CHARLES 7 PA
JOE 9 PA, GRANDSON

JNO HARBERGER 54 PA/US, BOTH PARENTS PA, GERMAN TWN
LILLIAM 32 PA
STELLA 12 PA
VIOLET 10 PA
MARGARET 6 PA
BLANCHE 3 PA

ORAN HARBERGR 24 PA, BOTH  PARENTS PA, PERRY TWN
KATIE 19 MD, DAD PA, MOM MD
ARCHIE 2 1/2 PA
BLANCHE 5/12 PA
THOMAS COOPER 24 PA, BIL, DAD PA, MOM MD

Edwin Sellers Clara Bullskin, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1879 Pennsylvania White Head
Clara Sellers Edwin Bullskin, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1884 Pennsylvania White Wife

William U Sellers Emma B Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1870 Pennsylvania White Head
Emma B Sellers William U Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1874 Pennsylvania White Wife
Ruth M Sellers William U, Emma B Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1899 Pennsylvania White Daughter Frank W Sellers William U, Emma B Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1902 Pennsylvania White Son Charles S Sellers William U, Emma B Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1904 Pennsylvania White Son Martha V Sellers William U, Emma B Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1911 Pennsylvania White Daughter Harold V Sellers William U, Emma B Connellsville Ward 1, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1915 Pennsylvania White Son

William G Sellers George W, Mary P Connellsville, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1885 Pennsylvania White Head
Mary P Sellers William G Connellsville, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1887 Pennsylvania White Wife
Virginia L Sellers William G, Mary P Connellsville, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1911 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Dorothy P Sellers William G, Mary P Connellsville, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1913 Pennsylvania White Daughter
George W Sellers Connellsville, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1848 Pennsylvania White Father (ck Shadrack Sellers,msh)

Bruce E Sellers Edna M Henry Clay, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1893 Maryland White Head
Edna M Sellers Bruce E Henry Clay, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1897 Pennsylvania White Wife
Hellen R Sellers Bruce E, Edna M Henry Clay, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1917 Pennsylvania White Daughter


James Sellers Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1880 Pennsylvania White Head
Adda Sellers James North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1882 Pennsylvania White Wife
Albert Sellers James, Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1904 Pennsylvania White Son
Hellen Sellers James, Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1906 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Margret Sellers James, Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1908 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Fannie Sellers James, Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1912 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Samuel Sellers James, Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1915 Pennsylvania White Son
Mary Sellers James, Adda North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1910 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Rosia L Sellers Margaret H North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1890 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Bessie E Sellers Margaret H North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1894 Pennsylvania White Daughter


William H Sellers Home in 1920: North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania
Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania Married Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Rent Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes =
William H Sellers Alice North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1882 Pennsylvania White Head
Alice Sellers William H North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1890 Pennsylvania White Wife
Arthur Sellers William H, Alice North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1911 Pennsylvania White Son
Delpha Sellers William H, Alice North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1913 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Violet Sellers William H, Alice North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1915 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Evelyn Sellers William H, Alice North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1916 Pennsylvania White Daughter
Sylva Sellers William H, Alice North Union, Fayette, Pennsylvania abt 1919 Pennsylvania White Daughter


1920 NORTH UNION, FAYETTE, PA
Margaret H Turner 63 PA, M, both parents PA
Rosia L Sellers 30 PA, SINGLE
Bessie E Sellers 26 PA, SINGLE
Samuel M Sursery 4 2/12 PA, GS, both parents PA

1930 FAYETTE CO, PA

Frank W Sellers Genevive Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1902 Pennsylvania Head

Genevive Sellers Frank W Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1902 Wife

Ruth Sellers Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1876 Pennsylvania Sister-in-law

William Sellers Mary P Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1884 Pennsylvania Head

Mary P Sellers William Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1886 Wife

Virginia Sellers William,
Mary P Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1911 Daughter

Dorothy Sellers William,
Mary P Connellsville, Fayette, PA abt 1914 Daughter

Albert Sellers Olive German, Fayette, PA abt 1904 Pennsylvania Head

Olive Sellers Albert German, Fayette, PA abt 1906 Wife

Eleanor Sellers Albert,
Olive German, Fayette, PA abt 1925 Daughter

Mildred Sellers Albert,
Olive German, Fayette, PA abt 1927 Daughter

Melvin D Sellers Therza F German, Fayette, PA abt 1900 Pennsylvania Head

Therza F Sellers Melvin D German, Fayette, PA abt 1900 Wife

David D Sellers Melvin D,
Therza F German, Fayette, PA abt 1929 Son

Albert Sellers Olive German, Fayette, PA abt 1903 Pennsylvania Head

Olive Sellers Albert German, Fayette, PA abt 1905 Wife

Elnor Sellers Albert,
Olive German, Fayette, PA abt 1925 Daughter

Mildred Sellers Albert,
Olive German, Fayette, PA abt 1927 Daughter

William Sellers Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1883 Pennsylvania Head

Alice Sellers William Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1889 Wife

Arthur Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1911 Son

Delphia Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1913 Daughter

Violet Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1915 Daughter

Evelyn Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1917 Daughter

Sylvia Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1919 Daughter

Wilbert Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1922 Son

Mary Pearl Sellers William,
Alice Menallen, Fayette, PA abt 1925 Daughter

Margaret A Sellers Race North Union, Fayette, PA abt 1856 Pennsylvania Head

Ephraim Sellers Lila Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1882 England Head

Lila Sellers Ephraim Perry, Fayette, PA abt 1884 Wife


FROM LINDA
linda36@webtv.net (Linda Stith-Threadgill

Hi Everybody, Her is some more information from the book.The Other Side of Local History by W.R. Landman, copyright-Sept., 1995 DANIEL BOONE AND DANIEL MORGAN were wagoners assigned to duty on Braddock's ill-fated march to Duquesne. At the onset of the battle, they along with the other wagoners, pulled the pins from the wagon gears, jumped astride the horses, and fled the battle, leaving their wagon charges stranded! They did not stop until they had reached the British outpost at Wills Creek. CHARLES POKE,BILLY DAVIS, AND WILLIAM DUNLAP were early English traders amongst the Indians in our area. Dunlap lived upon Nemacolin's Creek, now known as Dunlap's Creek, in Menallen Twp. Billy Davis was a trader and a prospector who lived in German Twp as early as 1733. He is first mentioned in the journals of Captain Moore of Redstone. Poke wa a trader already amongst the Delawares when Gist arrived here in 1749. His name is mentioned in Gists Ohio Company Journal of 1751. "THE LAND OF INDIAN PETER" was the area across the river from Redstone Old Fort. Indian Peter owned title to this land shortly after he left the Beesontown area of FAyette Co. Peter Street in Uniontown is named after him. A ferry began to run between here and Brownsville starting in 1755 by Thomas Cresap. Cresap owned title to the lands around old Fort Burd at Redstone. He sold his interests to Thomas and Basil Brown in 1779. Brownsville was named after the brothers, and was laid out surrounding Ft.,Burd. This was originally the camp of the Delaware Chief, Nemacolin. The land of Indian Peter is today West Brownsville. TO BE CONTINUED............. Linda


From: linda36@webtv.net (Linda Stith-Threadgill) To: "PENNSYLVANIA-ROOTS genealogy list"
Hi Everybody, For those who are interested, here is some more from the book,The Other Side of Local History by W.R. Landman, copyright-September 1995 THE 7TH AND 13TH VIRGINIA REGIMENTS were raised in Fayette,Greene,Washington and Westmoreland Counties of Southwestern Pa. These regiments fought bravely in the Revolutionary War under Generals Washington and Green, THE 8TH PA. REGIMENTwas troops raised in Fayette and Green Counties for service against local hostile Indians in the British interests during the Revolutionary War. Against protests from local residents, they were moved east to Valley Forge in the winter of 1775-1776. Along the forced march, many died from the extreme cold of winter. The fame of this heroic,mid-winter march spread throughout the colonies. MORGAN'S RIFLEMAN-All members of this famous outfit of military rifleman were recruited from the counties just north of the Mason-Dixon line. These counties included Fayette and Greene, and these men began service during the Revolutionary War. LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION-All of the boasts made for this famous expedition were constructed on the Monongahela River at the towns of Wilson's Port(now New Geneva), and Greensburg. Many of the men who accompanied this trip were also from our area. TO BE CONTINUED......... Linda


Here's some more from the book "The Other Side of Local History by W.R. Landman, copyright-Sept.1995 1. HENRY BEESON; The founder of the city of Uniontown, which was once called Beesontown. He and his brother Jacob Beeson also laid out the plan of the city into streets, lanes and lots. The first lots were ,amazingly enough, offered for sale througha public lottery. 2. EPHRAIM DOUGLAS: This man once wrote a letter to a distant friend describing Fayette County in such a grandeur way that he was placed on the list. The letter is contained in full in Ellis History of the county and in works by the late Judge Veech. 3. DR. JOHN F. BRADDEE: Fayette County's outlaw persona supreme. His rise from the dregs of the wilderness to fame and fortune cannot be rivaled. He had it all, yet foolishly gambled on crime to provide him with more yet. He remained a colorful figure through all of his days in our area, and up to his untimely death in prison. The closed thing we have to our won local Jesse James. TO BE CONTINUED............ Linda


Here is the final segments on Historical Scraps taken from the book The Other Side of Local History by W.R.Landman, copyright Sept 1995 THE BATTLE OF STICKLE HOLLOW-was a labor=management duel in the 1890's coal strike. Supporters of the National Union met near Star Junction in Fayette County, and were ambushed and chased by armed gun thugs and Coal and Iron Police. The people fled up into surrounding corn and wheat fields, where many were killed and left for dead. The full effects of this massacre lingered on many years. It is said that the next year , during the harvest season,scores of skelttones of the dead were found lying in the fields surrounding the area. The perpetrators, mine company hired thugs were never indicted or prosecuted. CONRAD WEISER-was the first settler/trader to come over the mountains into what is now FAyette County. He visited Nemacolin in his hunting camp in 1738. Trveling over "Nemacolin's Path" to FAyette County, he opened the trail for Virginiatraders like William Dunlap, whose name was later applied to the ancient pathway. "That's all folks!" Linda



What I'm trying to convey is that you may find some folks you've thought
of as Fayette people either in Leckey's listing (pgs 155-163) or out
there at this site: =20

http://members.xoom.com/Clair1st/index/census/index.html
Pages 13-16 cover what is now Greene County but the townships then were
larger than they are today!  There is also a nice series of maps showing
the evolution of Washington County and its townships.=20

Specifically, I've found in Washington/Greene Co. 1790 Census family
members whose descendants have lived for more than 100 years in
Fayette:=20

James DAVIS (multiples)
Peter LIVENGOOD
John McCANN (uncertain connection for me)
John MOORE=20
Joseph, Levi, and Jonathan MORRIS
John ROSS and his sons John, Robert, and William Ross
Jonathan and David SHELBY

And, not in my tree but surnames which I have and/or associate with
Fayette are:
=20
ADKINS, Charles
BOWERS, John and Jacob
CARROLL, George
CORBLEY, Rev. John
DAUGHERTY, James and Elizabeth
DAVIS, John, Azariah, Stephen,=20
DELANEY, William
DUNN, Benajah and Sarah
HANNAH, Francis
HARTMAN, George and Adam
HUGHES, James, Nathaniel, and Thomas
HUSTON, John, Paul and William
JENKINS, Aaron
JOHNSON, Baily, Nicholas and John
JOHNSTON, Cornelius
JONES, Amos (wondering if this could have been my Abel)
LEWIS, Andrew, John, Robert, and William
McCLELLAND, Andrew, John, and Robert=20
MOORE, Philip, John, Samuel, Thomas, and William=20
MORRIS, Archibald
SELLARS, Christian and Leonard
SUTTON, Benjamin, Ebenezer, and Stephen
VANSICKLE, Samuel
WISE, Thomas
 

Looks like I could go on and on, so if you're interested, go check out
the website and plan to spend some time reading line by line as I've
found one needs to do as these names are not all in alpha order.

Regards,
Jane McCann Walsh
              olear15@ibm.net



Fayette County, Pennsylvania Vital Records, 1750-1890

Name: Sellers, Henry
 Birth Date:
 Birth Place: Pennsylvania
 Father's Name:
 Mother's Name:
 Spouse:
 Marriage Date:
 Marriage Place:
 Children:
 Date of Death: After 1880
 Place of Death:


 Name: Sellers, Joseph
 Birth Date: Jul 19, 1819
 Birth Place: Pennsylvania
 Father's Name:
 Mother's Name:
 Spouse: Elizabeth Sayres
 Marriage Date: 1841
 Marriage Place: Morrow co., OH
 Children: Mary, Almeda
 Date of Death: After 1880
 Place of Death:
 Other: 



Name: Sellers, Mary
 Birth Date: 1825
 Birth Place: Pennsylvania
 Father's Name:
 Mother's Name:
 Spouse: Adam Fluckey
 Marriage Date: 1832
 Marriage Place: Ohio
 Children: Mary and others
 Date of Death: Before 1880
 Place of Death: Ohio

           From:
        Linda <lsellers@flash.net>
  new subscriber

Hi,
My name is Linda DOLAN Sellers and I live near Alvarado, Texas. I was born
and raised in Fayette county Pa and both sides of my family have Irish
immigrants. Is anyone on
this list searching the McKITTRICK/McKITRICK surname from Counties Kildare
and orWestmeath.
Also BUTLER,CURLEY, or KEENAN. I don't know what county the DOLAN line is
from.
Also will be going to Ireland in Sept and wonder what RC church there is
associated with the Sisters of Mercy? Thanks,

Linda


   From:
        Beverly Niel <BNiel6404@aol.com>
      GC-Fayette County Obituaries
http://genconnect.rootsweb.com/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/FayetteObits?read=204
Subject:  Arthur James Sellers Obituary

Arthur J. Sellers 79, of Days Creek, Oregon and formerly of Arizona and
Lemont Furnace, Fayette county Pennsylvania, died Wednesday, July 18, 1990
at his son, Richard's home in Tempe, Arizona.

He was born to William Henry and Alice Abagail Wingrove Sellers, February
10, 1911, at Lemont Furnace, Pa.

Surviving are his wife Ola Riley Sellers; two sons: Richard Arlen of Tempe,
Az and Wilbert Dennis Sellers of Days Creek, Oregon: four daughters,
Mrs.Patricia Rae McCleery of Campbell, Ohio, Mrs.Beverly Elaine Niel of Phoenix, Az.
Mrs.Faye "Peggy" Diane Harless, of Sutherlin, Oregon, and Mrs. Linda Lee
Graham of Franklin Georgia.; twenty seven grandchildren; forty one great
grandchildren; a brother and five sisters. Friends were received in Tempe
Mortuary, 405 East Southern Avenue, Tempe, Arizona

Published in the pages of The Herald Standard, Uniontown, Pa. July 24,
1990.


   From:
        SusiCP@aol.com
      PAFAYETT-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [Pafayett-L] Jonathon Boyd family 1870

This is cousins' family Dave and others do you think link..

GREGTAVERN@aol.com

Seeking info about the family of Johnathon BOYD age 56 with a listing of
birthplace as Pennsylvania on the 1870, Aleppo Twp, Greene Co census.

Johnathon Boyd  56  Laboror  Pa
Mariah               38 Keeping House Pa
William              19                        Pa
Isaac                 16                        Pa
Walter               14                        Pa
Clark                 12                        Pa
Eli                      6                         Pa
Clara                  1                        Pa
Sarah M Sellers  10                      Pa
Margaret Sellers  8                        Pa
John Boyd          22                       Pa
Amanda Boyd    19                       Pa

It is possible that the wife of Johnathan, Mariah, could be the same person
as Marie HICKMAN, and seeking anyone that might be able to confirm this.

Anyone have this family in your research?
Thanks, Dean


Pleasant View I.O.O.F. Cemetery-Smithfield
Compiled by E M Whetsel

SURNAME GIVEN DOB DOD OTHER
Angeline Sylvia Sellers 8/14/2005
Havenor Evelyn Sellers Moore 4/2/1916 1992
Sellers Alice Abagail Wingrove 2/17/1889 1970 w/o Wm H.
Sellers Mary Pearl 11/23/1924 5/21/2003 d/o Wm H. & Alice
Sellers William Henry 4/14/1881 2/20/1975

=

James Butler SELLERS died in 1913. FROM Beverly Niel <BNiel6404 at aol.com>.

James Butler Sellers aged 71 years. died of pneumonia Sunday, April 13, 1913 at his home at Jumonville. He was the father of 15 children and is survived by his wife and 10 children.
He married miss Margaret Rankin of Wharton Furnace in 1876. Interment was made Monday in Fulton Cemetery near Jumonville.
(Note: This newspaper account says the 13, but I have his death certificate and it says the 12,)

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Cove Run Cemetery(Old)-North Union Township
Compiled by Ken O'Neal
Transcribed by Beverly Sellers-Neil

Sellers Charles 1907 1907 B
Sellers Infant 1905 B
Sellers John 1909 1909 B
Sellers Margaret Rankin 2/27/1856 3/30/1931 B
Sellers Mary 1907 1907 B
Sellers Unknown

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Daniel COUGHANOUR died in 1898. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(44)

Connellsville, April 12---Daniel Coughanour, who died April 9, 1898, was buried yesterday in Hill Grove cemetery at 2 p. m., the funeral services being conducted by Rev. W.A. Edie of the Presbyterian church. Deceased was born in Connellsville in 1815, being a son of Daniel Coughanour of Connellsville, who was a soldier in the war of 1812.
In 1837 he married Margaret Hood, and she, with seven children, survives him: George W. of Uniontown, Pauline, wife of Robert Mercer of Rochester, Pa; Margaret, wife of J. S. Jones of Greensboro; Alice, wife of Dr. S. D. Woods of Connellsville; Mary, wife of G. W. Sellers of Paoli, Kas.; Hester, wife of J. K. Yohe of McKeesport; A. H. of Ohiopyle. Two children are dead: Emma, wife of Frank Hamilton of Greensboro, and one died in infancy. Daniel was the last of a family of three brothers and three sisters. He and his wife celebrated their golden wedding 11 years ago. All the surviving children were together at the funeral for the first time since they began to marry and scatter off. Henry Coughanour of Uniontown is a nephew of deceased. Mr. Coughanour was of German ancestry, was a Democrat and a member of the Baptist church.
(Daily News Standard, April, 1898)

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