I am looking for the history of Andrew Jackson Sellers, died in the
'60's in Birmingham, AL; married Lydia Quin(or Quinn) in Dora, AL around
1900+/- 3 or 4 years; they had four children: Ruth, Ester, Leon, Andrew
Travis. He divorced Lydia in the '30's and later remarried a woman whose
first name is Minnie in the late '40's. He lived most of his life in and
around Walker County, Alabama.
Can you point me in the right direction?
1910 WALKER CO, AL
ANDREW J. SELLERS 19
son in law living with J.D. QUINN
(this is a soundex census. The actual census of Walker Co, Al would give you ALL names, ages, etc)
Try a search at usgenweb - go to states - go to counties and look at info available or ask for lookup-
1900 WALKER CO, AL
SAMUEL J. SELLERS 34 AL
SARAH J. 32 AL
SAVANAH 10F AL
ANDREW J. 9 AL
MARTLE 6F AL
MAGNOLIA 5 AL
ADA A. 4 AL
RILEY CLARK 19AL BOARDER
1880 JEFFERSON CO, AL (think this is Birmingham and lays next to WALKER
MILTON SELLERS 36 AL
MILLIE M. 38 AL
JESSIE J. 18M AL
SAMUEL 12 AL
WILTON J. AL
LOTHE I. 8 F AL
HENRY 6 AL
IDA 4 AL
FEMALE 1yr or month?AL, name not reported
Andrew Jackson Sellers is the son of Samuel Joseph Sellers 1867-1930
Sarah Jane Williams b. abt 1868 listed in 1900 Walker Co.,AL.
Samuel's Parents: Milton Sellers abt 1847-11/14/1910 and Mildred
4/15/1845-11/14/1910. 1880 Jefferson Co., AL
Milton's parents: Samuel Joseph Sellers 1809-1887 and Rebecca Fowler.
Pike Co., AL p. 186 #1273.
Samuel Joseph's parents: Samuel Calvin Sellers 1788-1857 and Sarah
Samuel Calvin's parents: Elisha Sellers 1744-12/1801 and Mary Willis
Hope this helps.
Marie, thank you for the information. I am just getting started
family tree business and have a lot to learn. My father, Andrew Travis
Sellers, son of A.J. Sellers and Lydia Quinn, moved us to Texas when I was 8
yrs. old. We had minimal exposure to the old folks and family history.
Curiosity is getting the best of me and want to learn all I can about my
family roots. When I have accumulated additional data, I will share with you.
Thank you, again, I really appreciate the help.
David R. Sellers
Flower Mound, Texas