1830 COVINGTON CO, AL
1840 COVINGTON CO, AL
[ALCOVING] December 1889 Transcription The Covington Times _Lisagraham32@aol.com_ :Lisagraham32@aol.com)
December 21, 1889 - -Married; Mr. James Watson and Miss Gatsy Sellers of red level were married last Sunday.
1900 COVINGTON CO, AL=
C.M. SELLER 47 AL (ck 1880 Butler Co, Al)
N.M.E. 43 AL WIFE
D.R. 23 AL DAU
WM 19 AL SON
GEO 16 AL SON
SALLIE 11 AL DAU
Subject: [ALCOVING] "S" 2nd lists, 1916 Voters
J.E. Sellers, D.W. Sellers,
Lon E. Sellers,
firstname.lastname@example.org, BARDEN-L@rootsweb.com, email@example.com,
firstname.lastname@example.org, Carickmatt@aol.com, email@example.com,
Does anyone out there have any info on the following Bardins? :
according to Census 30, Jan. 1920 Florala City, Covington Co., Al.
Precinct 9, Line 32, sh 28a 1081-5238
Bardin, Mossey/Massey head m/w 34
Bardin, Mattie wife f/w 30
Bardin, Floree dau. f/w 11/12
Bardin, Massey/Mossey L. dau. f/w 9
Bardin, Margaret dau. f/w 1 11/12
The father should have been born in 1886, the same year as my grandfather-
Cyrus Alford Bardin. Could be his cousin?
This info was sent to me from Pat Wiggins in Bonifay (wife of decsendent of
Dr. Thomas L. Sellers).
Thanks, Edward Bardin
Tammy Fraser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm looking for information on the Sellers/Bardin
family Thomas Leonard Sellers was a doctor in
Covington County and his daughter Mary Jane Sellers
married Henry Clay Bardin. I've found the cemetaries
where Thomas and Mary Jane are buried, but don't have
much more information on them. Henry Clay Bardin's
mother was Mary Elizabeth Davis Bardin and his
grandmother was Sophronie Davis who was married to
Edmond Davis, but this is all I know about them. Any
information would be appreciated.
I'm also interested in the book on the cemetaries in
Covington, Co. can someone tell me how to order it and
how much it costs if you know? Thanks.
CK 1880 MONROE CO, AL=
Thomas was my ggg-grandfather. I have unverified
information that his parents names were Simeon Sellers
and Martha Hewitt. Thomas first married Finetta
Braxton and lived in Holmes County, Florida. They had
four girls. She died in the 1860's and he then
remarried Millie Andrews and lived in Red Level, AL,
they had a girl and a boy. I have all of the names and
dates if you are interested. I also have several
pictures of him.
Where does he fit into your geneology.
Red Level AL Covington populated place
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Lisa Graham Lisagraham32@aol.com April 14, 2004, 4:05 pm
The Covington News Newspaper
FEBRUARY 15, 1945
JOHN CALVIN SELLERS
PASSES AT HIS HOME
John Colvin Sellers, age 62, passed away at his home near Pigeon
Creek, February 7, 1945, following a heart attack. Funeral services
were held at Oak Grove February 10, 1946. Interment was made in Oak
Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were: John Nollum, Cody Hartzog, Marvin Hartzog,
James J. Brown, Royce Fuller, and Hoyt Foster. Flowergirls were Lillie
Curry, Louise Sellers, Jane Brown and Evelyn Hartzog.
The deceased is survived by his father, John Calvin Sellers of Monroeville,
six daughters, Mrs Emma Hartzog of Andalusia, Mrs. Emma Kay of Atlanta, Ga.,
Mrs. Annie May Foster, Mobile, Mrs. Ruth Barnes, Pigeon Creek, and
Miss Mattie Lou Sellers, Mobile, also two sons, Joe Sellers of Albany,
Ga., and Bill Sellers of Andalusia.
Benson Funeral Home directing.
His wife, who was still living at the time was left out of the obit-
Martha Barnes Sellers. John C. Sellers is buried next to her & was born
Aug. 10, 1882.
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