WEST VIRGINIA 1850 = SELLERS
1850 BERKELEY CO, WV
SAMUEL SELLERS

1850 HAMPSHIRE CO, WV
THOMAS SELLERES

1850 HARDY CO, WV
EMILY SELLERS
JEMINA SELLERS
JOHN SELLERS

1850 JACKSON CO, WV
ANNE SELLARS
SANFORD SELLARS
CAROLINE SELLERS
ELIZA SELLERS
GEORGE SELLERS
JOHN SELLERS

1850 JEFFERSON CO, WV
JOHN SELLERS

1850 OHIO CO, WV
PETER SELLER
THEODON SELLER
PETER SELLERS
WASHINGTON SELLERS

1850 ROCKINGHAM CO, WV
ALLISON SELLARS

HANNAH SELLARS
HIRAM SELLARS
JACOB SELLARS
JAMES SELLARS
JOHN SELLARS
MARY SELLARS
MICHAEL SELLARS
REUBEN SELLARS
REUBEN SELLARS (YES)
WILLIAM SELLARS
ANDREW SELLERS
CATHARINE SELLERS
ELIZABETH SELLERS
HARRISON SELLERS
HENRY SELLERS
JACOB SELLERS
MARION SELLERS
WILLIAM SELLERS
WILLIAM SELLUSE (yes)
AND probably many more differant spellings)
TYLER CO, WV
JONAH SELLERS

1850 WETZEL CO, WV
THOMAS SELLER

and there will be MANY MORE SELLERS ON these same census, will differant
spellings - check the census before and the census after or the tax
record -


GRANT CO, WV
Daniel Wesley Sehaeffer was born on the farm that now
includes the homesite of Gormania, January 5, 1836. He
was a Southerner in sentiment at the time of the war, was
a democrat, but two of his brothers were republicans and
were Federal soldiers, one of them dying while a prisoner
of war. Daniel W. Schaeffer left his birthplace during
the Civil war and located near Mount Storm, where he con-
tinued farming until his death May 11, 1910. He was
a Methodist and active in the formation of the society in
the erection of a house of worship at Mount Storm. Daniel
W. Sehaeffer married Sarah Ann Shillingburg. Her father,
Jacob Shillingbnrg, represented one of the old families in
the Mount Storm vicinity, was born in 1807, and in 1830
married Polly Sollars. The children of D. W. Schaeffer and
wife were: Mary Ellen, wife of David Aronhalt, of Mount
Storm; John R.; Jacob Howard, of Mount Storm; Alice
Virginia, of Mount Storm; George Payton, of Petersburg,
West Virginia; and Fannie Priscilla, wife of D. M. Uphole,
of Mount Lake Park, Maryland.

Feburary 9, 1932  WVTYLER
Interment was in
Beechwood Cemetery by director, Sellers."