DICKSON CO, TN (made in 1803 from MONTGOMERY,ROBERTSON CO'S)
lays next to Cheatham, Williamson, Hickman, Humphreys, Houston Co's
Cheatham made in 1856 from Dickson/Davidson/Montgomery



ANN'S PAGE

SALLY'S PAGE

SAMUEL 1770

EDGEFIELD CO, SC=SILAS SELLERS

MICHAEL'S PAGE

BROWN FAMILY

1855 JOHN C. SELLARS WB 11 488  WILLIAMSON CO, TN



Court Minutes?=
land grants?


DICKSON CO,TN =
SILAS SELLERS in 1804 COURT MINUTES,
1804=non-payment of tax on W.B.CREEK
And also a John DICKSON on W.B.CREEK
1806 Road Overseer between Town of Charlotte, head of leatherwood fork
of Yellow Creek toward Stewart Co line
1807 JUROR = Silas SOLLARS, ABRALOM BAKER, HUGH DICKSON, SR
and John HUDDLESTON, absent/excused.

1810/1815 = 0= Court Minutes? Tax List?

War of 1812 =

MARRIAGES =



1810/1820 = Where is this ISAAC SELLERS and when/where did he get this land? msh

1819 Jul 23 - Isaac Sellars of Dickson Co., TN transferred 160 acres on
Beaverdam of Turnbull Creek for $450.00 to  Thomas Gentry of same county; witnesses:
Miner Bibb,

William Gentry, John Sowel. [Deed Book C:337]



1820 DICKSON CO, TN CENSUS =
u10-11/15-16/20-21/45-o45
SELLERS, Samuel         Dickson Co       17     220001-31010 =
male over 45=bef 1775
2 males=10/16=1804/10
2 males=U 10=1810/20
female =26/45=1794/1775
female =10/16=1804/10
3 females =U 10=1810/20

Neighbors?

(Where is ISAAC SELLERS who



1830 DICKSON CO,TN CENSUS=NEED AGES
SAMUEL SELLARS, PAGE 334=
11200001-0201001=
male 50/60=1770/80
2 males 10/15=1815/20
male 5/10=1820/25
male u 5=1825/30
female 40/50=1780/1790
female 15/20=1810/15
2 females 5/10=1820/25

next
HENRY HARDEN
WM MORRIS
JOHN JONES
LIDDY HAMMON
 

WILLIAM SELLARS, PAGE 334=(Where1840?)
00001-0001=male 20/30=1800/1810
and female 15/20=1810/15

next
ALBE LUKEROY?
SIMON MYRES
JACOB SAUNDERSON
DANIEL UNDERHILL
JOSIAH BLACK
JAMES FERRELL
SARAH HAY



1839-45 = EDWARD C. SELLERS=? Info from?
                  A.L. SELLERS

1840 DICKSON CO,TN CENSUS =

EDWARD SELLARS, page 210=00001-2001=
male= 20/30=1810/20
female=15/20=1820/25
2 females =u 5= 1835/40

SAMUEL SELLARS, page 211=0011100001-20001001
(possible son and wife living with?msh)
male 70/80= 1760/70
male 20/30=1810/20
male 15/20=1820/25
male 10/15=1830/35
female = 50/60=1780/1790
female 20/30=1810/20
2 females u 5= 1835/40



Marriages in 1840=
County changes in 1840=
OR where are we in 1850?
=====

1850 DICKSON CO,TN CENSUS =

SAMUEL SELLERS 80SC = ca 1770
THOMAS J. 23 TN (born ca 1827)



1850 DICKSON CO, TN CENSUS =
FROM MICHAEL BROWN
           genebug7@webtv.net (Michael Brown)

James M. BROWN 37m farmer 600 TN
Rutha (SELLERS)  30f                     TN
Susan                      8f                     TN
James                     6m                    TN
Samuel                   4m                    TN
Thomas G.              1m                    TN
Patsy Ann             22F                      TN


1860 DICKSON CO,TN CENSUS=

J.N. SELLARS 23M,  99-251 (born ca 1837)
CARRY 18

MILLEY CELLARS 54, 70-236 (ck 1850 Williamson Co)wife of John?
ELIZABETH 21
SARAH 19
ARMINDA 15
NANCY M. 9
=====
CIVIL WAR =
THOMAS J.SELLERS  (died 1863Ga in service - born 1829 Dickson Co,Tn, married 1853 Williamson Co, Mary E. IVY) Her civil war papers filed in  Williamson Co,Tn)
In 1905 = 5 children , all living but two =
====

THOMAS SELLERS 32 (born ca 1828)
MARY E. 28
NANCY E. 5
SAMUEL 2
SUSANNA J. 5/12
SAMUEL 90 (1770) (ck 1850 


1870 DICKSON CO,TN=(Need complete census data)

MARGINA SELLERS 28

MILLIE SELLERS 50 



1880 DICKSON CO, TN =

Subject:
        RE: Re: GRAVES CO,KY/DICKSON CO,TN
   FROM
        chickflet <chickflet@aristotle.net>

1810 Dickson County, TN
1813 Apr -- - John Nickell vs. Issac Sellards at a Court of Pleas & Quarter
Session

held at courthouse in Charlotte in Dickson County, TN.
1813 Apr -- - Samuel Sellers appointed overseer of the road from the ford
of the creek at William Cones to the ford of  Turnbull at Howell Adams in Dickson Co.,
TN,
1814 Jul 27 - Richard Eaton of Illinois Territory conveyed 240 acres on
Beaverdam Fork of Turnbull Creek in Dickson Co.,  TN, to Isaac Sellars of Dickson Co., TN;
witnesses:

David Hogan, A. Hogan [Deed Book B:370]
1815 Nov 29 - Isaac Sellars of Dickson Co., TN, transferred to Elijah Jones
of same county 100 acres on Beaverdam on Turnbull Creek for $200.00; witnesses,
Cuthbirt Hudson

and William Gentry [Deed Book B:522]
1819 Jul 23 - Isaac Sellars of Dickson Co., TN transferred 160 acres on
Beaverdam of Turnbull Creek for $450.00 to  Thomas Gentry of same county; witnesses:
Miner Bibb,

William Gentry, John Sowel. [Deed Book C:337]

(Copied from my Tennessee notes.  This Isaac Sellers is the son of Robert
Sellers Sr. of Burke County, NC. He married a Huddleston.  He ended up in Gibson Co., TN.
I do think these Dickson Co., TN Sellers are related to our Maury Co., TN Sellers. I
just have not figured out the connection.

Georgia)



MARGARET SELLARS/RICHARD M. MCGEEHEE/DEC 20,1868
SUSAN SELLARS/JOHN NAWLS/FEB 16,1854
MARTHA SELLARS/LINDON A. NALLS/JAN 3/1859
SARAH SELLARS/BENJAMIN PRICHARD/MAR 24/1870
JOHN J. SELLARS/CLARA GARTON/OCT 27/1859
JOHN J. SELLARS/HARIETT P. CARR/NOV 23/1865
ELIZABETH SELLARS/JONAH TIDWELL/FEB 12/1862
SELLERS, Ruthe         B650 BROWN, James               05/12/1839
 SELLERS, David         B650 BROWN, Margaret            23/10/1845
 SELLERS, William       S536 SANDERSON, Nancy           22/08/1829
SELLERS,ALMARINDA married JACOB BEARD NOV 16,1864



FROM  Charlotte sellers <csellers@hsonline.net>
<http://www.rootsweb.com/~tndickso/Goodspeed.htm>
> Goodspeed's History of Tennessee / Dickson County / Originally
> Published 1886 / Transcribed by Susan Knight Gore
>
> SAMUEL SELLERS, a South Carolinian, is listed among those who settled
> on Yellow Creek in the 1790s.

SELLARS, MORRIS, BROWN, MCCRORY, NALL, GARTON,
     TIDWELL, PRICHARD, MCGEEHE, BEARD
 

     Seeking info on John C. SELLARS b. abt 1807 in GA who lived
     inDickson Co. & Williamson Co. in 1830's until his death abt Dec
     1852in Williamson Co. He m. Emillie (Millie) MORRIS who died aft
     1855. Their children were: David C. SELLARS b. Dec. 1826 m.
     MargaretBrown 1845 in Dickson Co. & d. in Graves Co., KY bef 1860,
     WilliamSELLARS b. Feb 1828 Williamson Co. m. Elizabeth McCrory
     1856 inWilliamson Co.& moved to Graves Co., KY & d. aft 1880, Susan
     SELLARSb Oct 1833 m. John S. NALL in 1854 in Dickson Co. & d.
     Aug 1870 inGraves Co., KY., Martha Ann SELLARS b. Nov 1835 m.
     Lindon A. NALL1859 in Dickson Co. & d. 1920 in Graves Co., KY,
     John J. SELLARS, bJun 1837 m. Clara GARTON 1859 in Dickson Co.,
     Elizabeth SELLARS b.Apr 1839 m. Josiah TIDWELL 1862 Dickson Co.
     & d. 1908, Sarah SELLARSb. Apr 1841 m. Benjamin F. PRICHARD
     1870 Dickson Co., Emily A.SELLARS b. Dec 1843 & d. bef 1853,
     Almarinda SELLARS b. Apr 1846 & m.Jacob BEARD 1864 & John S.
     NALL 1870 & d. 1918 Graves Co., KY,Margaret SELLARS b Ju
     Marian McCreary -- 4517 Cambridge Walk, Bridgeton, MO 63044
     MMccre8814@aol.com

ANN - Thank You - We haven't worked much on Dickson Co, Tn -

I haven't been able to find WHERE these Grave Co, KY SELLERS married, =
JESSE SELLERS/Martha =  HAVE YOU? I don't believe I have the early
marriagesof Dickson Co - taken from deeds/wills - might be the answer!
If you have send! They are available.

I haven't read Graves Co, Land record - Only SELLERS?

DO we have any civil war records - we probably need War of 1812 in TN
and there are two Samuel SELLERS and I don't think we have!

DICKSON CO,TN =
SILAS SELLERS in 1804 COURT MINUTES,
1804=non-payment of tax on W.B.CREEK
And also a John DICKSON on W.B.CREEK
1806 Road Overseer between Town of Charlotte, head of leatherwood fork
of Yellow Creek toward Stewart Co line
1807 JUROR = Silas SOLLARS, ABRALOM BAKER, HUGH DICKSON, SR
and John HUDDLESTON, absent/excused.
1810/1815 = 0
1839-45 = EDWARD C. SELLERS
                  A.L. SELLERS
1820 CENSUS = SAMUEL SELLERS
1860 MILLY SELLERS may connect to WILLIAMSON CO, TN

and we listed the civil war of Thomas , possibly son of Samuel

I'll check this Silas SELLERS for more info - and post your page with
your info and link you to these counties. Perhaps someone working these
counties, will contact you.
SOMETIMES, people searching SELLERS only know one county - And helps
them to have a link to someone on that page. Thanks, marie, iowa



William L. Wallace wrote:

> In reference to a post dated 5/5/98:
> There were some Sellers families listed in Graves Co., KY.  One of
> those was
> my great-grandfather.  Here is my line:
>
> ANDREW JACKSON SELLARS, b. Dec. 25, 1815(place unknown), d. Feb. 16,
> 1883
> Graves Co., KY, m. Margaret BROWN, Feb. 16, 1883 in Graves Co., KY.
> Margaret
> b. Oct. 6, 1825 (place unknown), d. Feb. 9, 1897 Graves Co., KY.
>
>
> Note:  In the 1870 Census Andrew J. states he was born in TN and in
> the 1880
> it states he was born in VA.  I have not been able to determine who
> his
> parents were but he was in Dickson Co., TN before moving to Graves Co.
>
> According to the 1880 Graves Co. Atlas he purchased land there in 1849
> and
> it stated he was from Dickson Co., TN.  There was a Samuel Sellars in
> Dickson Co. in the 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850 & 1860 Census.  In the 1850
> Census
> it states he was born in SC but in 1860 it states he was born in GA.
> In
> 1820, 1830 & 1840 censuses he had a son that would fit A.J.'s age.
>
> Ann Wallace
> Radcliff, KY 



Contributed by: Don Marsh <McClainExchange@mexia.com>
WHAT YEAR?
 SAMPSON SELLARS, page 0266
Males    0- 9 - 2
Males   45&up - 1
Females 45&up - 1

SILAS SELLERS, page 0257
Males   26-44 - 1
Females  0- 9 - 2
Females 10-15 - 1 


   From:
        genebug7@webtv.net (Michael Brown)

Subject:  [TNDICKSO] Re: BROWN-SELLARS-SELLERS

William in Harden Co, KY.

Good Afternoon!!

My Brown Cemetery has interred there, many
of my ancestors, some of which you might
find interesting.  They are:

BROWN, James M. (1813-1865) married
SELLERS, Ruth (Rutha) (Ruthie)(1820-
    4AUG1912), memb., Turnbull Baptist Church
    Married on 5DEC1839.

Also, the second child of John Squire
BROWN (1800-GA-1871-TN) and Margaret
"Peggy" LAWS (1805-1845) was:

Margurette BROWN (1826) marr 20OCT1845
David Sellers (1822)
 

The above data is all I have on SELLERS,
but I have complete parentage and children
on all related BROWN's.



Can anyone, please, tell me how James M. Brown, born about 1813 in TN, fits
into the Dickson Co. Brown families?  Is he a brother of John Squire Brown?
This James M. married a Rutha, born abt. 1820 in TN, and had children
Susan,
James K.P., Samuel C., Thomas G., Martha A., Wm. W., and A.J.  They were in
Dickson Co. at least by 1850 -- perhaps earlier.  They seemed to live in
the
midst of the families of John Squire Brown and his children.

Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
Betty Ravenholt
Ravenholt@aol.com


   From:
        genebug7@webtv.net (Michael Brown)
   TNDICKSO-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  Re: [TNDICKSO] James M. and Rutha Brown, Dickson Co, TN, 1850

Betty,

James M. and Rutha are buried 15
feet away from John Squire and
Margaret Peggy LAWS and Margaret
Peggy LUTHER. I have the 1961
map of the cemetery.  Rutha was
a SELLERS. They were the Grand-
parents of Emmett Loye BROWN,
former caretaker, who died in 1993.

Margaret Peggy LUTHER-BROWN
married  Moses "Christopher" MEEK
on 31DEC1874.  He and several of
his children are buried here also. He
was a Minister of the Gospel at
Turnbull Baptist Church.

Mike
Michael David Brown
Bakersfield Brigade