LOGAN CO, AR ( made in 1871 from Pope Co,AR and parts of --)

1880 LOGAN CO, AR

MARY JANE SELLARS 38GA ca 1842) where 1870? ck Perry??
JOHN 11 AR ca1869 (ck Crawford Co., AR?msh)
JAMES O 5 AR
also in Logan Co=
WM J. SELLERS 30 TN
FLORENCE 18TX
EDWARD D. 8 AR, relation not reported

1900 LOGAN CO, AR=
J.O.SELLERS 25m AR, born 11/1875 (ck Crawford Co., AR?msh)
LENA D. 22 AR, 6/1877
CLYDE 4 AR, dau, 3/1896
also in this county =
J.E.SELLERS 27 AR (1873)
M.J. 28TN
W.H.5 AR,SON
W.W. 3 AR, SON



1910 LOGAN CO, AR
JAMES SELLARD 35 AR
ANNIE 21 AR
CLIBER 14 AR, dau
KENNNETH 11 AR
EVERDT? 6 AR - forgot to mark male or female!
DONNA 4 AR
LEON, no age , AR,
and 1 non relative or not reported living with

ALSO in this county =
Frank SELLERS 6 AR
NEWTON SELLERS 18 AR
grandsons of WILLIS WEBS
There is a marriage of L.J.M.WEBB to J.R.SELLERS 5-4-1886 CalhounCo,AR

WW 1

1920

James O Sellars Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1875 Arkansas White Head
Annie Sellars James O Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1889 Arkansas White Wife
Keneth Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1899 Arkansas White Son
Emmitt Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1904 Arkansas White Son
Rena Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1906 Arkansas White Daughter
Leon Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1909 Arkansas White Son
Madine Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1911 Arkansas White Daughter
Loal Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1914 Arkansas White Son
Wayne Sellars James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1915 Arkansas White Son
J O Sellars Jr James O, Annie Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1918 Arkansas White Son
John Hill Sellars Shoal Creek, Logan, Arkansas abt 1869 Arkansas White Brother

1930



LOGAN COUNTY –
 page 368
 Dr. B. M. Miller, physician and planter, Shoal Creek, Ark. Dr. Miller was born in Missouri, in
 1831, and is the son of Samuel and Mary (Hatton) Miller, the former a native of Virginia, and the
 latter of South Carolina. The father was a soldier in the War of 1812, and at its close was
 mustered out at what was then the little French village of St. Louis, where he met and married
 Miss Mary Hatton in 1815. He was a farmer, and continued that occupation until his death, in
 1858. His widow joined the “silent majority” in 1877, at the age of eighty-seven years. Both
 were members of the Methodist Church. The paternal grandparents [p.368] were John and
 Katherine (Bellue) Miller, and the maternal were Thomas and Joannah Hatton, who were the
 grandparents of Frank Hatton, postmaster-general. The parents of Dr. Miller were identified with
 the early history of Missouri, and the latter received his education in the schools of his district until
 eighteen years of age. He was then sent to Westminister College, at Fulton, Mo., and there
 continued until twenty-one years of age. In 1855 he began the study of medicine under Dr.
 Thomas Howard, of Millersburg, Mo., and continued with him for two years, after which, in
 1857-58, he attended lectures in the Missouri Medical College. He then commenced practicing
 in St. Aubert, Mo., where he remained about a year and a half, and then came to Johnson (now
 Logan) County, Ark., located in the neighborhood of Shoal Creek, and there he has built up a
 very extensive practice, extending over a large portion of the eastern part of Logan and a part of
 Yell Counties. He is assisted by his son, Dr. S. E. Miller. Our subject was married in 1867, to
 Miss M. J. Sellers, a native of Tennessee, born in 1847, and the daughter of Edward and Serena
 Sellers. To this union have been born four children: S. E. (born in 1867), Aubrey (born in 1868),
 Dudley (born in 1876), and Jean (born in 1878). In 1869 Dr. Miller purchased 100 acres of land
 upon which he has built a good house and substantial out buildings, and further improved by
 fencing and clearing about 60 acres. He raises wheat, oats and corn, and in the last few years has
 been raising cotton. His farm will average thirty bushels of corn, forty to sixty bushels of oats and
 three-fourths of a bale of cotton to the acre. In 1862 he enlisted in Company I, Tenth Missouri
 Cavalry, as assistant surgeon, but resigned and served as private. He took part in the Missouri
 raid and served until the close of the war. The Doctor is a member of the Masonic fraternity,
 Elizabeth Lodge No. 215. His wife, who was a consistent member of the Methodist Church, died
 on July 18, 1890, to the great sorrow not only of her husband and children, but the numerous
 friends her pleasant, genial disposition had gathered around her.

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I dug out my "LOGAN COUNTY ARKANSAS, ITS HISTORY AND ITS PEOPLE, and there
is a short article and picture of a James Oliver Sellars, son of Edward C.
and Sarah Jane Sellars. Also a short article on a George M. Zeller, who was
born in Germany. I am not able to copy the articles, but I might be able to
put anyone interested in touch with the editors of that book, and I am sure
they would allow allow a copy to be made.

Speaking of the book, I took another look in there and found a short article
and wedding picture of another Sellars: Lonetta Pearl Sellars. She was
born in Texas.

There is also mention of a Lurana Sellers Thompson.


Jo Ann

Jo Ann Whitworth [whitkid2@bigrivertel.net]

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