COOSA CO, ALABAMA (made in 1832 from Creek Cession of 1832
lays next to Talladega, Clay, Tallapoosa, Elmore, Chilton,. Shelby



KATHY'S PAGE

LOU'S PAGE

JOSEPH'S PAGE

DOTTIE'S PAGE

ALFRED SELLERS 1800

ANGELA'S PAGE


1840 Census=
ALFRED SELLERS, PAGE 307 KIMBRELS PREC (ck Mont Co., Al)
JAMES A. WALL, PAGE 304,WALLS TWN
THOMAS T.WALL, PAGE 299, ROCKFORD 
1850 COOSA CO CENSUS INDEX (Census below-after Index)

ABEL SELLARS, PAGE 33, COOSA DISTRICT(married 3-2-1809 Ester Wall Barnwell Dist,SC) check 1830/40 Newton Co, GA=1820 Barnwell SC-
ABEL SELLARS 66 NC
ESTHER 61 SC
MARY 29 SC
ELIJAH 24m GA
THOMAS 22 GA
WILSON 13M GA

ALFRED M. SELLARS, PAGE 10" (census below, after index)
HANEFORD SELLARS, PAGE 44 "
JACKSON A. SELLARS, PAGE 44 "
JOHN SELLARS, PAGE 80 "
JAMES A. WALL, PAGE 11
THOMAS WALL, PAGE 11
JAMES WALLS, PAGE 104



 From: KATHY
           KGonza7933@aol.com
    Here is some Sellers in Coosa County Alabama in 1850

1850 COOSA CO,CENSUS =
446.  Buckner       Charles      55 VA  farmer          2500
                    Mary         25 AL
                    Didema        5 AL
      (Charles Buckner married Mary Suttle      Book B/84)

447.  Milner        Levi         25 GA  farmer
                    Susan        18 GA
                    Oliver        1 AL

448.  Wansby        John C.      45 GA  carpenter
                    Frances      35 GA

449.  Sellers       Able         66 NC  farmer          850
                    Esther       61 SC
                    Mary         29 SC
                    Elijah       24 GA
                    Thomas       22 GA
                    Wilson       18 GA

450.  Watkins       Baker        56 KY  physician       1700
                    Sarah        45 KY (ck ky marriages=)
                    Willis       24 KY
                    Nancy        20 KY
                    Franklin     19 KY
                    Jacky        17 KY
                    Warren(?)    15 KY
                    Virginia     13 KY
                    Gideon       12 KY
                    Lee          10 KY
                    Sarah         8 KY
                    Harriet       6 AL
                    Rutha         4 AL
                    Caty         70 TN (is this a connection?msh)

451.  Nolen         Stephen      62 SC  farmer          1000
                    Mary         60 SC
                    Isaac        26 GA
                    Thomas T.    20 GA
                    A. Jackson   18 GA
      (Stephen son of Abner and brother of Richard S. Nolen.
       Buried(?) at pine Grove Church.)

608.  Hardy         John B.      25 SC  farmer
                    Elizabeth    23 AL
                    Robert        5 AL

609.  Hageons       James        32 GA  farmer
                    Catherine    30 GA
                    Lucy Ann     10 GA
                    John          6 GA
                    Martha        5 AL
                    James         1 AL

610.  Sellers       A. Jackson   27 GA  farmer
                    Elizabeth    19 KY

611.  Goodgame      Robert C.    42 GA  farmer          2000
                    Lutetia      36 TN
                    John A.      22 AL
                    John C.      15 AL
                    Sarah        12 AL
                    Rachel       10 AL
                    Lucinda       7 AL
                    William G.    5 AL
                    Mary E.       2 AL
      (Lutetia nee Chapman)

1111. Evans         William      44 GA  farmer          400
                    Susana       38 GA
                    Malissa      18
                 Frances M. (m)  16 GA
                    Robert       14
                    Martha       12
                    Mary Ann     10 GA
                   Diademia      8 AL
                    John          6 AL

1112. Sellars       John         39 SC  farmer (ck StClair Co, Al,msh)
                    Gracy        29 GA
                    Seaborn       8 GA
                    Frances       5 GA
                    John          3 AL
                    James         2 AL

1113. Townsend      Pascal       38 GA  farmer
                    Sicily       31 GA
                    John          8 AL
                    Margaret      4 AL
                    William       2 AL
      (See "Brewer's History of Coosa Co." p.213.
       Pascal was the son of William Townsend.  They lived
       near Nixburg.
       Paschael H. Townsend married Siscilly Mabry
       21 Dec 1838    p.50)
117.  Merrett       James        42 SC  tanner          400

118.  Sanford       John         35 GA  farmer          700

119.  Anderson      David R.     41 VA  tanner          350
                    Abagail      50 NC
                    William      17 GA  none
                    Abagail C.   12 GA
                    Salina       10 GA
                    John D.       8 AL

120.  Sellars       Alfred M.    21 AL  farmer          1500
                    Elizabeth    54 GA
                    Elizabeth J. 14 AL
                    Elisha       17 AL  none
                    William      12 AL
 

121.  McClure       Mary         61 NC                  1200
                    William A.   26 AL  physician
                    Louisiana R. 22 GA
                    Sarah E.     17 GA
      Stephens      John         16 SC  none
604.  Plunket       Richard      62 NC  carpenter       500
                    Lavinia      55 SC
                    Nancy        21 GA

605.  Sellers       Hansford     34 SC  farmer          600
                    Sarah        23 AL
                    Martha        2 AL
                    Laura      6/12 AL

606.  Smith         Thomas       49 TN  farmer          5000
                    Martha       37 GA
                    Frances J.   15 GA
                    John T.      13 AL



                    1860 COOSA CO, AL CENSUS=
S A.J. SELLER, PATE 99, SOUTHERN DIVISION
ABEL SELLERS, PAGE 99 "*(war of 1812 from Barnswell,SC)
JOHN SELLERS , PAGE 214 "
T.A. SELLERS, PAGE 151 "
T.E. SELLERS, PAGE 155 ".

1870 COOSA, AL CENSUS =
SHEROD SELLERS, PAGE 424 JORDANS



     Sellers of Coosa County Alabama, marriage records.
         From:
             KGonza7933@aol.com
    I have connected some of these Sellers to my family.  I thought I would
post all that I have on the Sellers to list.  Maybe it will be helpful to
someone.

>From the Book Coosa County marriages from 1834 to 1865.

Andrew J Sellers and Martha Elizabeth Watkins married Nov 29, 1849 by J.H.
Mithchel, Minister.  Note in 1860 he was 38 born in Georgia and she was 27
born in Kentucky.  They were living next door to Abel Sellers.

Hansford D. Sellers married Sarah E Harvell on Jan 26 1847 by William
Richard, Justice of the Peace.

Thomas A. Sellers married Elizabeth L. Hagan Jun 11 1857.

John Richard Hardy married Martha E (Mattie) Sellers on Jan 5 1891.

Elizabeth Sellers married Alexander Osburn on Nov 24 1854, by Robert
Stewart, Minister.

I also have some cemetery records...to many to type if you are looking for
someone in particular.  I will look up for you in my research of Coosa.  I
also have a few listings in census records  of Sellers living in Coosa
Alabama in the 1800's.
Happy Hunting.
Kathy Hardy Gonzalez
KGonza7933@aol.com



1850 COOSA CO, AL
ABEL SELLARS  64? NC,  PAGE 33 (CK Newton Co,Ga)
ESTHER 61 SC
MARY 29 SC
ELIJAH 24M GA
THOMAS 22 GA
WILSON 18 M GA

ALFRED M. SELLARS 21? AL, PAGE 10
ELIZABETH 34 GA
ELIZABETH 14 AL
ELISHA 17 AL
WILLIAM 12 AL

HANEFORD SELLARS 34 SC?, PAGE 44
SARAH 23 AL
MARTHA 2 AL
LAURA 6/12 AL

A.JACKSON SELLARS 27 GA,FARMER , PAGE 44
ELIZABETH 19 KY

G/ZIPHIA OWEN?62SC?
MARY 60 SC?
ISAAC 26 GA
next
LUKES W. LUKS? 54? KY? PHYS? (someone reread or read other extractions!)
Susan? 45 Ky
and  KIDS KY
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WE had Another KY family down here? Connection? msh



MARRIAGES
Felix McConell RIDDLE married Mary Ann Francis SELLERS - 14 Jan 1867 in
Coosa County, Alabama

1860 COOSA CO, AL
S.A.J.SELLER, PAGE 99
ABEL SELLERS, PAGE 99
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 214
T.A.SELLERS, PAGE 151
T.E.SELLERS, PAGE 155


1870 COOSA CO, AL
SHEROD SELLERS

1880 COOSA CO, AL =


   From:
        "Ronald D. Bridges" <Bridgesrd@worldnet.att.net>

=====================================================================
Source:   GC-Coosa County, Alabama Bios Forum
http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Al/CoosaBios?read=33
Subject:  Biography of John Austin Darden

Surname: Darden, Webb
-------------------------

"John Austin Darden was born at Bentleyville, Coosa county, Ala., on the
2nd day of April, 1879. He is the son of John Alexander and Georgia
Elizabeth (Webb) Darden. His father and mother were born and reared near Hanover,
Coosa county, Ala. His paternal grandfather, Uriah Addison Darden, was
a native Georgian and moved to Talladega Ala., about 1845, and in 1850
to Coosa county, where he died in August, 1903, at the age of seventy-nine
years. His paternal grandmother was a Miss Mary Logan, daughter of
Alexander
Logan, one of the veterans of the War of 1812, and one of the earliest
settlers of Coosa county, where his daughter was born. Austin Pain Webb,
who was also a native Georgian and an early settler of Coosa county, was
his maternal grandfather. His maternal grandmother was a Miss Mary
Elizabeth
Thomas, daughter of Stephen Thomas, who came to Coosa county soil in early
pioneer days. John Alexander Darden, the father of the subject of this
sketch, was a teacher by profession, and spent his life in Coosa county,
dying on Jan. 20, 1885, leaving his wife and four children, John Austin,
William Anderson, Georgia Hester, and Annie Alexander, the oldest being
only six years of age. He was a Democrat and identified himself with the
Baptist church, of which his wife was a member. In 1890 the mother of John
Austin died. After the decease of the mother the brother and sisters,
together
with John Austin, made their home with their grandfather Darden. John
Austin,
the subject of this article, had very meager opportunities for schooling;
being the oldest, he was the mainstay for helping his widowed mother to
make a living on the farm, where he plowed from the time he was eight years
old. After the death of his mother he continued to work on the farm as
before with his grandfather. In the meantime he had studied diligently
the two or three months he was permitted to attend school and between
schools
he continued his studies daily at home, sitting up late at night
Lincoln-like.
At the age of seventeen he hired a hand to help gather the crop, so he
might attend one full term of winter school at Andrews’ Chapel. Here he
had only attended a month when his uncle, Addie Darden, who was teaching
school in the community where young Darden was living, was taken sick and
John Austin was selected temporarily to teach his school until the recovery
of his uncle. His uncle failed to recover for several months and the
patrons
continued their neighbor boy in the school for the remainder of the session
and as long thereafter as they could secure his services. In the following
spring, young Darden, then eighteen, asked his grandparents the permission
to attend school, having missed his winter’s schooling, whereupon they
told him if he could make his own way he might attend, as they were unable
to aid him. Taking advantage of this opportunity, he entered immediately
the Flint Hill high school at Bentleyville, where, under the direction
of Prof. A. R. Jones, he prepared himself for college. The next fall he
enter the sophomore class of the Fourth District Agricultural college,
where he attended for three session, teaching in vacation, and graduating
in 1900. In 1901, Mr. Darden entered the University of Alabama, taking
the degree of bachelor of laws, 1903. He is now practicing his chosen
profession
at Goodwater, Coosa county, Ala., where he enjoys a lucrative practice.
He is a true Democrat, a Knight of Pythias and a consistent member of the
Baptist church. On Sept. 23, 1900, Mr. Darden was married to Miss Vashti
Olie Sellers, of Nixburg, Coosa county, Ala., daughter of Sampson Elija
and Martha J. Sellers. Mr. Sellers move to Coosa county form Georgia when
a small boy; died in 1903 at the age of seventy-nine. Mrs. Martha Jane
(Johnston) Sellers survives. Mr. Darden carried his wife with him when
he took his law course and she assisted him in paying his way by taking
boarders. Two children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Darden: Mabel Clara,
born Oct. 2, 1901, and Eschol Sampson, born Jan. 9, 1903." (1)

(1) Hon. Joel C. DuBose, Notable Men of Alabama: Personal and Genealogical
with Portraits, Vol. II (Atlanta, GA: Southern Historical Association,
1904), pp. 430-431.


   From:
        Kathy Hoover <kathyhoover@att.net>
       GC-ROBBINS Queries
URL:      http://genconnect.rootsweb.com/gc/surnames/r/o/ROBBINS/queries/102
Subject:  Benjamin and Mary Robbins, Coosa Co. AL
 

Surname: WELLS, ROBBINS, SELLERS, BATTLE
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Children of Benjamin ROBBINS, Jr. and Mary ROBBINS (from transcribed Bible
record)
Elizabeth ROBBINS, Mary ROBBINS, John W. ROBBINS, Joel ROBBINS, Benjamin
ROBBINS, Solomon ROBBINS, Sarah ROBBINS, Eliza ROBBINS, Martha ROBBINS,
Charity ROBBINS, Elias ROBBINS, Anne Jane ROBBINS, & William J. ROBBINS.
Have spouses for a few of these.

Benjamin ROBBINS (Sr.) was son of Arthur Robbins and Penelope SELLERS of
Brunswick Co. NC. Benjamin Sr. had three sons (Solomon, Benjamin Jr and
Daniel Arter) who lived in Coosa Co.AL.

If family tradition is correct, Mary, Mrs. Benjamin Robbins, Jr. would
be the full blood Native American ancestor of this line. Any tips on how
to track her ancestry will be rewarded in heaven! (She apparently died
between 1850 and 1860, probably in Wood Co. TX.)

Please write if you connect!