MEIGS CO, TENNESSEE (made in 1836 from HAMILTON, McMINN, RHEA

CONCORD BAPTIST CHURCH 1825-1872
Meigs Co made in 1836 and this area was RHEA Co on dates before 1836)

1824 Concord Baptist Church of Christ was constituted in 1824 in the NE corner of RHEA (Meigs) County. Leaders of the church =
Elder MICAH SELLERS

October 1825 = ISABELLA SELLERS, joins church by experience
October 1826 = SARAH SELLERS, joins church by experience
November 1826 = CHARITY SELLERS*, joins church by experience
April 1827 = SAMPSON SELLERS and wife, letter granted for dismission
July 1832 = SAMPSON SELLERS and wife MARY join church by letter
*Is this CHARITY SELLERS from BURKE CO, NC?
**Is this Sampson SELLERS from BURKE CO,NC? and mentioned
in CAIN SELLERS will of 1826 ?
***Is this Sampson SELLERS and wife Mary in 1850 Hamilton Co,
Tn? (lays next to south edge of Meigs, Rhea, next to Bradley, Marion, Bledsoe
AND next to GA (WHITFIELD, CATOOSA now = made from what counties=

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Brogdon FAMILY

ISAIAH SELLERS 1796/1870'S and NANCY TODD 1806/1880



1834 delegates = M. SELLERS



1840 MEIGS CO, TN

1850 MEIGS CO, TN

 
           Fri, 12 Jul 2002 16:53:30 EDT
      From: FRANK
           Sellersgen@aol.com
 
>From Minutes of the Concord Baptist Church, Meigs County, TN.  As provided
in
1965 by Mrs. James Maddux of Spring City, TN.  Church was constituted July
10, 1824, and called Micah Sellers as its first pastor.  He was an elder of
the Presbytery that formed it.
Oct 1825 -- Isabella Sellers joined by experience.
Oct 1826 -- Sarah Sellers joined by letter.
Nov 1826 -- Charity Sellers joined by experience.
Apr 1828 -- Sampson Sellers and wife granted for dismission.
Jul 1832 -- Sampson Sellers and Mary Sellers joined by letter.
DEATHS IN THE MINUTES:
Isiah Sellers, d. Aug 1841, age 24.

Frank Sellers
Falls Church, VA



           Sat, 13 Jul 2002 10:47:19 -0500
      From: CINDY
           "CSMcLaughlin" <lunaloba@texas.net>
 
Frank,

Thank you for siting this source. I had seen those people on the Internet
(and have an identity for each name) but did not have the reference to Mrs
Maddux.
Micah was ordained at Little Emory Church in 1820, and apparently served
various churches as a travelling preacher until his call to Concord in 1824.
According to my information, some not proven, Isabella and Sarah were the
names of his two wives. Charity may have been his mother, and Sampson a
brother or close cousin. Isiah who died in 1841 was Micah's son. I have his
estate records (copies of course). Micah was executor and paid many of his
son's debts out of his own pocket. Micah also petitioned the County to
provide income for Isiah's young wife and two baby daughters. I do not know
how he died.
Thanks again for the original material.

Cindy Sellers McLaughlin