ED'S PAGE
"elm" mailto:oldeoak@cvn.com(Feb,2001)

             Re: JABOB B. SELLERS

             My sellers research has lead me to Jacob B. Sellers born 1805 in Md died
1881 Manchester, Carroll Co., Md.  I have not been able to get beyond him.
His wife was Elizabeth.  He was a blacksmith.  They had five kids:      William,
Barbara, Edward, Jacob, Mary.  I would greatly appreciate if you could
check to see if he is mentioned in your Sellers Letters.        Thank you, Ed



Subject:
             Jacob B Sellers of Carroll Co., MD

        From:
             "elm" <elm@trail.com>
    Hi everyone.  I am new to this list bu not genealogy.  My Delaware Co.,
Ohio Sellers line go back to Jacob B. Sellers of Manchester, Carroll Co.,
Md.  The records of this family from Jacob B. back have been poorly kept.
If anyone is reseaching this family or if someone has come across any info
pertaining to this family of Carroll Co., Md. I would greatly appreciate
sharing.

THE DESCENDANTS OF JACOB B. AND ELIZABETH SELLERS

IT IS KNOWN that Jacob B. Sellers and Elizabeth were born and married
Maryland.  They chose to live and raise their family in Manchester, Carroll
County, Maryland.  Jacob B. Sellers was a blacksmith.  He passed the
blacksmith trade along to his sons.

1. Jacob B. Sellers                             1805-1881       (m Elizabeth)
     2. William Lewis                           1830-           (m Elizabeth Masemore)
     2. Elizabeth Barbara                               1832-           (m William Reagle)
     2. Edward George                           1835-1926       (m Francis Jones)
     2. Jacob Peter                                     1840-1912       (m Rachel Boring)
        3. Edward Lee                           1867-1873
        3. Robert Rusk                          1869-1870
        3. Leroy Boring                         1874-1837       (m May June Chambers)
             4. Dana Clyde                              1897-1965       (m Mildred M. Altrock)
                5. Inez Irene                   1919-           (m Charles E. McMillen
                     6. Charles William         1946-           (m Deborah L. Lowden)
                        7. Melane Tekla         1968-           (m Craig Howell)-
                             8. Nolan James     1996-
                             8. Tate Charles    1997-
                        7. Charles Gordon       1973-
                     6. Edward Lowell           1951-           (m 1 E. Parres 2 E. Havey)
                     6. Marla June                      1954-           (m 1 J. Wells 2 R. Brubaker)
                        7. William Charles      1980-
                     6. Todd Clyde                      1957-           (m Debra L. DuVall)
                        7. Drew Todd            1980-
                        7. Dayna Leann          1983-
                5. Eunice Leone                 1922-           (m Donald S. Davis)
                     6. Gregory                 1944-           (m Ellen Cartwright
                        7. Scott                        1969-           (m Barbara Meiseler
                        7. Kelsey               1985-
                        7. Victoria             1987-
                     6. Stanley                 1947-           (m
                        7. Mark                 1968-
                5. Melvyn Lowell                        1939-           (m Donna Morehead)
                     6. Tonya                   1964-           (m Jon Perry)
                        7. Carolina             1995-
                     6. Tracy                   1966-           (m Dale Smith)
                        7. Emily                        1991-
                        7. Matthew              1996-
                     6. Tammy                   1966-           (m Kenneth Walters II)
                        7. Caylee               1996-
             4. Vaughn Dean                     1899-           (m Cecile M. Bishop)
                        7. Gail                 1922-1995       (m Gale )
                             5. Sharon          1942-1957
                        7. David                        1951-
                             8. Stephanie               1977-
                             8. Benjamin                1980-
                             8. Nicholas                1983-
             4. Jasper Floyd                    1904-1904
             4. Myron Doyle                     1905-1905-
        3. Leila                                        1878-           (m W.H. Bradley)
     2. Mary R.                                 1843- 



ED - Thank You for a nice chart on your Jacob B. SELLERS 1805-
I did NOT see anything in SELLERS LETTERS under Jacob B. - possibly
could be listed under the several Jacob SELLERS and if ANYONE sees info
on same - Please feel free to send to Ed preferably  thru the board.
Lynn Sellers Mack has sent us quite a bit of info on Carroll Co, Md
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/mdcarroll.htm
Carroll Co. MD was made in 1837 from Baltimore and Frederick Co's-
so, you may want to read info there also.
Some baptisms in Baltimore Co - but, NOT Jacob B.
There is a will on the Carroll Co, Md page that Lynn Sellers Mack sent -
that should be studied and see if you can decipher a chart and if you
do, would appreciate your ideas and will post with the will court
records.
Will make a page for you and link to Carroll Co, MD - so others in the
future can contact you. marie, iowa 

        From:
             "Shelley Aley" <saley@tri-lakes.net>

Do you have any information about William Lewis Sellers (listed below)?(above now,msh)
saley@tri-lakes.net


Roger and everyone,

I believe that I am a descendant of Paul Seller but I have not been able to
prove it.  My GGG grandfather Jacob B. Sellers b 1805 and his wife
Elizabeth are buried very near to Elizabeth Hofman, wife of Paul.  I
believe that Paul and Elizabeth are the grandparents of my Jacob but this
has not been proven.  I have not been able to find where Paul is buried.

This is what I know:
1.  My Paul Seller owned a very developed 217A, patented "Everything
Needful" in the Pipe Creek Hundred, Balt. Co. in 1798.  This Pipe Creek
Hundred became part of Carroll Co.  Jacob Sellers unproven s/o Paul was
living on the 100A next to Paul also patented "Everything Needful".  (This
Jacob I believe to be the father of My Jacob B. Sellers.)  The land
information is from THE PARTICULAR ASSESSMENT LISTS OF BALTIMORE AND
CARROLL COUNTIES, 1798 by George Horvathur.
(NOTE:  I do not believe that Paul went to Washington County as noted in
other references.  I believe that Paul settled near Manchester, Md and he
his probably buried somewhere on the 217 A he owned.)
2.  The 1800 Md census does not list this family.  The 1810 census Md lists
George , Jacob, John, and Peter Sellers living in the Pipe Creek area.  (I
believe these men to be sons of Paul.  Some are listed in the posted
cemetery list of Carroll Co.  There was also a Philip Sellers estate
settled in 1837 Carroll Co., Md. administered by Jacob Sellers.)
3.  Paul had 7 sons and 3 daughters.  Five of the sons might be as listed
in #2:   George, Jacob, John, Peter, Philip
4.  Paul Sellers is also listed as one of the 9000 men who swore allegiance
to Maryland during the revolution.

If you can add to my research I will greatly appriciate it.  It seems like
I am the only one researching the Paul Seller family of Baltimore/Carroll
Co., Md.

Ed
Santa Fe, NM



FROM ED
mailto:oldeak@cvn.com

 Fred Sellers:        I enjoyed your information on the Paul Sellers, 1734,
 descendants.    My name is Edward L. McMillen of Ed's Page Carroll Co.,
Md.
 My mother's maiden name is Sellers and my new email address is
 oldeoak@cvn.com

 I am not 100% sure, but I believe I know all of the names of Paul &
 Elisabeth Hofmen Seller's children, the  "7 boys and 3 girls" mentioned on
 Elizabeth Hofmen's headstone #GA2-53.

The names were found in the Will of Philip Sellers who died 1837 in
Carroll  Co., Md.  The will of Philip Sellers was the first order of business in
the  newly formed County of Carroll, Md.  Philip's estate was divided equally
between his 3 sisters & 6 brothers.  Philip Seller's Will does not mention
his parents.

 I believe these are the Children of Paul & Elizabeth Sellers:

 Philip       died 1837
 Henry
 Jacob        # A07-01 Manchester Cem
 John        #A07-05  Manchester Cem
 Peter         Manchester cem
 George
 Abraham
 Elizabeth   married Peter Ulrich
 Polly    married George Wareham
 Cathrine single, divorced or widowed in 1837
 

 I believe I descend through Jacob Sellers  son of Paul & Elizabeth.  And I
 believe that your John Sr. is my Jacob's brother.

 The Will of my Jacob Sellers buried in Manchester Cem. lot #A07-01 gives
the  names of his wife as Barbara (unknown) most likely buried in lot #A07-02.
 On Fred's Page, Bucks Co., PA, I believe you might have listed this
Barbara  Sellers as her husband's sister?

 Children of Jacob & Barbara Sellers:
 Sarah          married Joseph Matthias
 Rachel        married Joshua Richards
 Catherine    married David Deal
 Jacob  (my grt grt grandfather I believe)

 My grt grt grt grandfather was Jacob B. Sellers b 3/15/1805 d 2/10/1881.
 Jacob B Sellers and his wife Elizabeth (unknown) are buried in the
 Manchester Cemetery Lots A18- 27 & 28.  Jacob B. Sellers was a blacksmith
 in Carroll Co, Md.  According to the book TWO CENTURIES OF GRACE AN GROWTH
 IN MANCHESTER, 1760-1969, by Harvey G. Schlicter, page 246; Jacob B.
Sellers  opened his shop in 1847 at 111 N. Main St. in Manchester.  His son E.G.
 later took over the business.

Children of Jacob B. and Elizabeth:

 William Lewis
 Barbara Elizabeth Sarah
 Edward G.
 Jacob Peter   (my grt grt grandfather)
 Mary R.

 Jacob P., my grt grt grandfather b 7/20/1840 d 9/3/1912 was also a
 blacksmith.  He married Rachel Ann Boring 1/27/1866 in Manchester, Md.
 Jacob P. Sellers & Rachel Anne Boring are buried in the Powell Cemetery,
 Powell, Liberty Township, Delaware County, Ohio
 Children:
 Robert Rusk   Manchest Bethel Cem #04-03
 Edward Lee    Manchest Bethel Cem #04-03
 Leroy  Boring b1/3/1874 d 1/20/1937
 Leila   b 1878

 All of the children  of Jacob P. Sellers & Rachel Boring were born in
 Manchester, Md. Then before 1880 census they moved to Marysville, Union
Co., > Ohio.  I see now that most likely it was his cousin George L. Sellers that
 persuaded them.

 Leroy [Roy] Boring Sellers their son was also a blacksmith.  My grt
 grandfather Roy Sellers set up his shop in Powell, Delaware Co., Ohio.
Just  east of Marysville.  Roy married May Jane Chambers.  Her family was Janes
 /Chambers from Vermont.  His parents came to live with them in their old
 age.  Leroy Boring Sellers is buried in the Powell Cemetery, Liberty
 Township, Delaware County, Ohio.  Most of his descendants live in and
around  Columbus, Ohio.

 How can I get a hold of your resource Roger Sellers?  I am sure he would
be  interested in my information.

 I do hope this information will be posted on the SELLERS family/Carroll Co.,  Md site.

 Thanks

 Elm
 Ed's Page Carroll Co., Md
 oldeoak@cvn.com



ED, Thank You and will send a cc to ROGER incase you didn't find his email and
in case ROOTSWEB isn't back on line yet.

DO we have a copy of PHILIP SELLERS will of 1837?
I didn't see it on a fast check.
CAN you send copy or extractions, so we can link to it?
AND maybe can link to some of the other kids also.
THANK You Very Much  for sharing, marie, iowa


  From:
       "Havey/McMillen" <oldeoak@cvn.com>
    To:
       "marie sellers hollinger" <mari@netins.net>
 
 
 

Marie,    Thank you for forwarding on my message to Roger Sellers.  He
immediately responded.

I know you are going to post my email message so I copied it and I am
sending it to you again below.  I noticed that I had made a small mistake in
my initial letter.

I am also attaching the will of Philip Sellers who died 1/1/1837 in Carroll
Co., Md.

Would you please wake up Ed's Page on the Carroll Co., Md page.

Thank you ,
Elm
 

Fred Sellers:        I enjoyed your information on the Paul Sellers, 1734,
descendants.    My name is Edward L. McMillen of Ed's Page Carroll Co.,
Md.  My mother's maiden name is Sellers and my new email address is
oldeoak@cvn.com

 I am not 100% sure, but I believe I know all of the names of Paul &
Elisabeth Hofmen Seller's children, the  "7 boys and 3 girls" mentioned on
Elizabeth Hofmen's headstone #GA2-53.

The names were found in the Will of Philip Sellers who died 1/1/1837 in
Carroll Co., Md.  The will of Philip Sellers was the first order of business
in the newly formed County of Carroll, Md.  Philip's estate was divided
equally between his 3 sisters & 6 brothers.  Unfortunately Philip Seller's
Will does not mention his parents.

I believe these are the Children of Paul & Elizabeth Sellers:
> >
> > Philip       died 1/1/1837
> > Henry
> > Jacob        # A07-01 Manchester Cem
> > John        #A07-05  Manchester Cem
> > Peter         Manchester cem
> > George
> > Abraham
> > Elizabeth   married Peter Ulrich
> > Polly    married George Wareham
> > Cathrine single, divorced or widowed in 1837

I believe I descend through Jacob Sellers  son of Paul & Elizabeth.  And I
believe that your John Sr. is my Jacob's brother.

The Will of my Jacob Sellers buried in Manchester Cem. lot #A07-01 gives the
name of his wife as Barbara (unknown) most likely buried next to him in lot
#A07-02.
> > On Fred's Page, Bucks Co., PA, I believe you might have listed this
Barbara Sellers as her husband's sister?

> > Children of Jacob & Barbara Sellers:
> > Sarah          married Joseph Matthias
> > Rachel        married Joshua Richards
> > Catherine    married David Deal
> > Jacob  (my grt grt grt grandfather I believe)

My grt grt grt grandfather was Jacob B. Sellers b 3/15/1805 d 2/10/1881.
Jacob B Sellers and his wife Elizabeth (unknown) are also buried in the
Manchester Cemetery Lots A18- 27 & 28.  Jacob B. Sellers was a blacksmith in
Carroll Co, Md.  According to the book TWO CENTURIES OF GRACE AN GROWTH IN
MANCHESTER, 1760-1969, by Harvey G. Schlicter, page 246; Jacob B. Sellers
opened his shop in 1847 at 111 N. Main St. in Manchester.  His son E.G.
later took over the business.

> > Children of Jacob B. and Elizabeth:
> >
> > William Lewis
> > Barbara Elizabeth Sarah
> > Edward G.
> > Jacob Peter   (my grt grt grandfather)
> > Mary R.
> >
Jacob Peter, my grt grt grandfather b 7/20/1840 d 9/3/1912 was also a
blacksmith.  He married Rachel Ann Boring 1/27/1866 in Manchester, Md.
Jacob P. Sellers & Rachel Anne Boring are buried in the Powell Cemetery,
Powell, Liberty Township, Delaware County, Ohio
> > Children:
> > Robert Rusk   Manchest Bethel Cem #04-03
> > Edward Lee    Manchest Bethel Cem #04-03
> > Leroy  Boring b1/3/1874 d 1/20/1937
> > Leila   b 1878
> >
All of the children  of Jacob P. Sellers & Rachel Boring were born in
Manchester, Md. Then before 1880 census they moved to Marysville, Union Co.,
Ohio.  I see now that most likely it was his cousin George L. Sellers that
persuaded them.

Leroy [Roy] Boring Sellers their son was also a blacksmith.  My grt
grandfather Roy Sellers set up his shop in Powell, Delaware Co., Ohio. Just
east of Marysville.  Roy married May Jane Chambers.  Her family was
Janes/Chambers from Vermont.  His parents came to live with them in their
old age.  Leroy Boring Sellers is also buried in the Powell Cemetery,
Liberty Township, Delaware County, Ohio.  Most of his descendants live in
and around Columbus, Ohio.

Thanks
Elm
> > Ed's Page Carroll Co., Md
> > oldeoak@cvn.com
 
 
 
 

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ED, Thanks ,
I APPRECIATE you sending these SCANS,  but, I can't read them -.
SOMETIMES Scans come thro dark, unreadable And can't read = just do an extraction of info

SO, maybe you can SEND EXTRACTION FROM THIS WILL?

NOW, I don't think  WE   received copy of ROGER'S reply to you = IT may Help us all, please send copy.

AND, I can't read the scans of PHILP SELLERS will, who died 1827  CARROLL CO, MD.

THESE are Very Important.
PLEASE, extract the DATES, NAMES, RELATIONS, info and SEND to us.
THAT would Help our SELLERS in this area.
WE  can  work on getting a complete transcription later.
AND IF  you can/want to DO, Which would be Great!

don't need your or our ideas -
NEED exact extractions from will = okay?
PHILP SELLERS will, who died 1827  CARROLL CO, MD.
If you can send extractions/info from this will, Please Try
AND try and understand questions And What we Need

THANKS FOR SHARING, that is the ONLY way we connect these SELLERS.

SOMETIMES, it seems we share a LOT in these AREAS and NO one has info posted here in these counties,
BUT, it does seem to come back to us AND connect to the Counties/States We Lived And Shared Info!

THANKS, marie, iowa