Austin Colony Pioneers-History of Fayette Co.
Finis E. Sellers m. Mary W. Iavare, 5/22/1858
Robert Sellers Family [Dates of arrival on both left empty]
Robert Sellers, Jr. Family--wish the surveyor
to make a selection and
the Comp. to confirm it
POLL LISTS FOR 1846, REPUBLIC OF TX:
Sellers, Archilles, Harris Co.
Sellers, B.F. Brazoria Co.
Sellers, Robert Fayette Co.
Sellers, William Brazoria Co.
"Carl & Mae Miller" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This could be of interest to some of the Sellers doing research in Texas.
The Birth & Death Records are:
Birth - Summary Indexes 1995 to 1950
General Indexes 1949 to 1926
Death - Summary Indexes 1998 to 1975
General Indexes 1974 to 1964
TX Births after 1949
o TEXAS BIRTH RECORDS, PART 2 (1926-1949) has 3,211,268 records
with 164,733 surnames. This set has more information, including
the parents' names.
o TEXAS MARRIAGE RECORDS (1966-1995) contains 5,269,009 records
o TEXAS DIVORCE RECORDS (1968-1997) contains 2,543,376
"CAROLE S. WALKER" <email@example.com>
Hi all: Found a few "hits" of SELLERS in the below Texas link. Carole
SUNNY'S PAGE (Caldwell, Co, Tx)
CINDY'S PAGE (Houston, Tx)
JUDI'S PAGE (Wilson Co, TX)
JUANITA'S PAGE (Freestone Co, Williamson Co. Texas FAYETTE Co TEXAS Tom green County)
WALTER'S PAGE (Lamar Co)
CLAUDIA'S PAGE (Johnson Co,TX)
PAULA'S PAGE (Rockwall Co, TX)
SELLERS IN TEXAS
The Handbook of Texas Online is a joint project of The General Libraries
at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical
TEXAS JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.
....In 1889 the Texas Journal of Education Company began publishing the
third periodical. The owners of this publication included J. M. Fendly,
J. L. Long, Elbridge G. Littlejohn,qv Thomas Conyngton, Hugh Conyngton,
and H. LEE SELLERS. This version ceased publication in 1891.
STEPHEN CREEK, TEXAS
(seventy-five miles north of Houston in northeastern San Jacinto County)
....Other early settlers who moved to the area before 1842 included Jim
Hopkins, Arnett Harrell, and DAN SELLERS. Most residents were small
farmers who grew cotton and corn and raised hogs.
.....GROVER SELLERS 1944-47
PORT ISABEL AND RIO GRANDE VALLEY RAILROAD
....The line had originally been constructed in 1872 as a narrow-gauge
railroad but had been converted to standard gauge in 1925. The
capital stock was $30,000. The principal place of business was
Brownsville. The members of the first board of directors were C. R.
Tyrrell, W. B. SELLERS, Ada Pattee Tyrrell, L. B. Brady,
C. P. Miller, V. L. Conrad, L. S. Bourne, F. W. O'Brien,
W. D. Sullivan, and F. K. Matejka, all of Brownsville.
ANDREWS, FRANK (1864-1936)
railroad attorney and state assistant attorney general, son of Rev.
Green Lee and Martha Ann (SELLERS) Andrews,
was born in Fayetteville, Texas, on June 15, 1864
MASTON, THOMAS BUFORD (1897-1988)
ethics professor, the youngest of four children of
Samuel Houston and Sarah Rosella (SELLERS) Maston,
was born in a log house on the family farm in Jefferson
County, Tennessee, on November 26, 1897. The
Mastons were active Southern Baptists, and .......
SHARPS BUFFALO RIFLE
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Mari Sandoz, The Buffalo Hunters
(New York: Hastings House, 1954). FRANK M. SELLERS
and De Witt Bailey III, Sharps Firearms (Denver:
Chester's Idea Press, 1969). Winston O. Smith, The
Sharps Rifle (New York: Morrow, 1943).
ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER (1887-1975)
....In September of 1940 Robertson did attempt to
record again with the SELLERS transcription studios in
Dallas, which resulted in marginal achievement.....
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Arrie Barrett, Federal Military......
ROSELLA R. SELLERS, The History of Fort Duncan, Eagle Pass, Texas (M.A.
thesis, Sul Ross State College, 1960).
BIBLIOGRAPHY: .......MARGARET SELLERS, The
History of Public Schools in Nueces County (M.A.
thesis, Texas College of Arts and Industries, 1957.....
TEXAS SINCE WORLD WAR II
........Attorney General GROVER SELLERS counted on the support of
DAWSON-WATSON, DAWSON (1864-1939)
............met and on
May 30, 1888, married Mary Hoyt Sellar, an American
traveling in France with the Houston artist Emma
Subject: [TXBOWIE] LEWIS
Looking for information about my great grandparents, John Wesley Sellers
Lewis (1855-1919) and his wife, Sarah Evelyn Nesbett (1886-1917).
According to records from City Hall, they are both buried in the Wooten
Springs Cemetery, Texarkana in umarked graves.
They were married in Daingerfield, TX in 1892. The children include:
Ethel Eudora (Peden) (my grandmother)
Mary Madeline (Rosser)
If any of this rings a bell, I would like to hear from you! We have
scant information about this branch of the family tree!
Sue Peden Miller
Thank you for the continued effort in posting those Coe obits.
extremely helpful and much appreciated. Forgive my delay in replying to
your last post. I have been busy with the book and new arrival. Below is
information on Loraine Coe's family:
William Louis6 Coe (William Gibson5 (62), Peter Barrington4, Isaac W.3,
Isaac2, Edward1) was born in 1902 in Oklahoma. He was an oil field worker
and lived in Wichita Falls, TX. He died July 5, 1965, in Fort Worth, TX.
He married Dessie Loraine Sellers, born December 21, 1909, died January
2001, in Fort Worth, TX, daughter of Kate (Reeder)
Children (b. in Wichita Falls, TX):
1. Leonard Ray, b. Jan. 7, 1929.
2. Pansy Louise, b. Dec. 12, 1931.
3. Linda Gail, b. Dec. 26, 1945.
(from "The Coe Families of Maryland and Virginia," page 1118.
I hope this is helpful.
Carl Robert Coe
Marysville, OH 43040-9012