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Died near Bear's Store on 23rd Mr. C. K. Sellers, father of
J. M. Y. Sellers and George and Angus Sellers of the Alabama Conference.  He
died as he had lived in the faithful service of his Master.  "Rest soldier
rest from thy loved employ.  Thy work is done--enter thy Master's joy."
                                                  by J.R.S.
[from the Greenville Advocate of Wednesday, June 30, 1886, from a column
called Georgiana Dots]

C. (Calvin) K. Sellers is buried at Providence Cemetery near Georgiana.
Born Nov. 20, 1818, Died June 23, 1886,
Private 3 Bn Ala. Res. S. S. A. [note by C. S.]


, 1928]Abstract--Mrs. J. W. McInvale died Jan. 11, 1928, of pneumonia at over 61
years of age.  She was a member of Mt. Pisgah Church for 43 years.  Survived
by husband J. W. McInvale; four sons, Dick and Boss of Mobile, and Albert
and Otto of Georgiana; four daughters, Mrs. H.H. Freeman of Atmore, Mrs.
Eaz? Freeman of Georgiana, Mrs. Milton Sims of Butler Springs, and Miss
Lonie McInvale of Georgiana; a number of grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. J.
T. Dean of Local, Ala.; three brothers, T. B. Sellers of Robertsdale, J.M.
Sellers of McCullough, and J.C. Sellers of Georgiana.  Funeral by Rev. Ben
owens of forest Home.  Burial in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery.
[full obit in Butler Co. News Jan. 26, 1928.)


Tate Sellers, formerly of Georgiana, was shot and killed by a negro in
Beaumont, Miss. on Friday night, the 22nd inst.  The body was brought to
Georgiana and interred in the family burial ground.  Sellers was shot while
trying to protect a negro who was working on the same crew with him.  Two
negroes got into a difficulty and one of them ran to the car where Mr.
Sellers was, and as Sellers opened the door for him to enter, the other
negro shot and fatally wounded him.  After lingering for three days, death
came.  Mr. Sellers was foreman of a crew of hands on the M.J. and K.C. RR.
He was an excellent man and highly esteemed.  He leaves a wife and three
[May 4, 1904 Greenville Advocate]

Death of Ennis Sellers, Sr.

Abstract--Died Sunday night [June 8, 1930] at Century, Fla. where he had
been in infirmary for several weeks.  He held a prominent position on the
L&N Railroad.  Survived by wife and three sons, Ellis Sellers, of Union
Springs, Fred Sellers of Denver, Colo., and James Sellers of Georgiana, Ala.
Funeral by Rev. C. H. Seibert and Rev. D.L. Folsom.  Masonic ceremony, with
Jim C. Johnson and Son, morticians in charge.
[from Butler Co. News Thurs., June 12, 1930]


A Tribute of Respect
[newspaper clipping dated 12-5-1923]

On November 30, 1923, after an illness of only about seventy-two hours following a stroke of paralysis, Death claimed James B. PARKER, better known as "Uncle Tobe," at the home of his son James C. PARKER near McKenzie, Alabama.

Mr. PARKER was a lifelong citizen of Butler County, having been born on the old plantation on which he lived until his death.  He was a man of unquestionable integrity, an honored citizen, a faithful husband, a devoted father, and a loyal church member.

He was born Sept. 11, 1848.  At the age of 23 he was married to Miss Eugenia SELLERS, whose death preceded his by only nine months.  For more than fifty years "Uncle Tobe" and "Aunt Gene" shared Life's joys and sorrows, accepting them as they came without murmur or complaint, each in perfect understanding of the other, and when he lost his companion, life seemed to lose all interest for him, she having been revered by him above all else in the world, and notwithstanding the fact that care and affection was lavished upon him by each and every one of his children, life held no charm for him, and he seemed to await patiently the time when he would go to join her.

For more than forty years he was a member of the Latter Day Saint church, his membership being at Pleasant Hill, from which church his body was carried to its resting place in Pleasant Hill Cemetery amid the tears and regrets of many friends and relatives.

Having been a very quiet, unassuming man, probably no one knows so well as his door neighbors just how nearly he lived the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as ye would that they should do unto you." Few men leave behind them such an unsullied name as that of  James B. PARKER.

He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Ann STEWART of Greenville, Ala., and Mrs. Missouri WEAVER of McKenzie; three sons, D. T. PARKER, W. W. PARKER, and James C. PARKER; three daughters, Mrs. P. W. ODOM, Mrs. Z. K. PATRICK, and Mrs. E. L. BOOKER, all of McKenzie; thirty-five grandchildren and thirty great-grandchildren.

[ALBUTLER] FW: Rhodes deaths 1908-1959
From: sticklers@cableone.netTo: oumimi@hotmail.comSubject: Rhodes deaths 1908-1959Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 11:52:35 -0500

Bertie Rhodes Sellers 27 Feb 1920 Houston