Hi, I am looking for the roots of an Hilliard Sellers, born 1798
Anson Cty, NC. He moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, married a "Rachel".
Hilliard is a Scottish name, so I am assuming that he has Scottish
Thanks so much for your reply.
Hilliard Sellers (Sellars) was born 1798, my record account says
Carolina, but another says South Carolina. His wife's name was Rachel
His children were:
Isaiah (1831, married to Malissa Rose 5 Oct 1857);
Lucinda (1832, married to Elias Boatner, 19 Dec 1849);
George A., (1837,
married to Elizabeth Hassell 30 Dec 1858);
Mary A., (1838, married to
Riley Wallis 5 Nov 1857);
Mahala (1842, married to John Beaver 1858);
Achillis (9 Aug 1846, married to Clara Anna Humes 1866);
and Rachel (1848,
married John B. Starkey, died after one year of marriage).
My ancestor is Achillis, married to Clara Anna Humes. I have a whole
on Clara's ancestors. Achillis was a Civil War vet for the Southern Army,
spent time in Utah as a POW.
The Sellers/Sellars line ties in with my Metcalf/Smith line.
A Mrs. B.W. Candrud of Tuscaloosa searched all the records looking
maiden name of the wife, for our family.
That's what I have, thus far! I am working up a homepage.
I have since found that he was indeed from South Carolina, and that
wife's name was Rachel Snider. The Sniders in South Carolina have records
all the way back to Switzerland, beginning with Rudolph Schneider, 1600's.
The family migrated in the mid 1700's, right to SC.
Hilliard, I believe, is the son of a Richard Sellers, originally
This Richard was a regular in the War of 1812.
Hilliard's brother is named Howard.
Hilliard also went by George, his middle name.
Cindy H. Huffaker
BUT we have Several SELLERS on ourTUSCALOOSA CO, AL and I don't see
sent on Census/Marriages/= Documents !
PERHAPS , it is on Their Individual pages which are hi-lighted and you
on Their Page and GO there!
PLEASE - someone SEND/or RESEND this info for TUSCALOOSA, AL so we can
main page of Tuscaloosa Co, AL
CINDY - his 1812 War File Usually Tells Where he went to War - Lived close
Very important info -