GEORGIA (misc, before we have page posted to that county) 

GA VITALS = AUG 2009 = http://content.sos.state.ga.us/cdm4/gadeaths.php

==========
http://www.genealogy-books.com/anc-ga.htm


   From:
        "J.D.McEachin" <jdm@synthcom.com>
http://www.synthcom.com/~jdm/genealogy/georgia.htm 

==========================

WILLS

Hall Co., GA WB "A" (1837-1867)

Sellers, Judith, 10/14/1847:5/5/1851, p. 84-86
Sons: Young, James, Hiram. To ch of Mary Biford, Happy Hanes, Cynthia Flim and David Sellers. To ch of Happy Hanes, viz: Catharine Green of S.C. and her ch. Grdau: Mary Floyd. To William D. Reed; son-in-law, William D. Cockran. Exrs: Minor W. Brown, James Law. Wits: Richard Wilson, Michael and B. Whitmore.

This is only one of any spelling except for Zellers.

LuJuana TX
Lu Juana Cartwright Lipscomb [txcuz@hotmail.com]



Washington County History   from
http://www.pollette.com/washington/washington.htm

.....Washington County, Georgia, was created in 25 February, 1784 from
Indian land ceded in 1783. Sandersville, Georgia, is the county seat of
the county.

=====

English Crown Grants in StGeorge Parish in Georgia 1755-1775 , Page 184

Sallers, Thomas
100 acres in St. George Parish


Granted on May 4, 1773 Grant Book I, page 995


100 acres bounded on the northwest by George Galphin, southwest
by John Sellers and southeast by Nicholas Cavena.

English Crown Grants in StGeorge Parish in Georgia 1755-1775
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/_glc_/3423/3423_189.html

Sellers, John
350 acres in St. George Parish


Granted on April 5, 1768 Grant Book G, page 86


350 acres bounded on the north by George Galphin, northeast
by land ordered the said John Sellers and on the southeast
partly by Henry Cavenah.


Sellers, John
100 acres in St. George Parish


Surveyed on January 30, 1767 Plat Book C, page 313


Page 189
Sellers, John
350 acres in St. George Parish


Granted on April 5, 1768 Grant Book G, page 86


350 acres bounded on the north by George Galphin, northeast
by land ordered the said John Sellers and on the southeast
partly by Henry Cavenah.


Sellers, John
100 acres in St. George Parish


Surveyed on January 30, 1767 Plat Book C, page 313

100 acres originally surveyed for John Sellers, thence ordered
to Charles Cavenah on February 5, 1771.

Granted on March 1, 1768 Grant Book G, page 42


100 acres bounded on the northwest by John Sellers and on the
southwest by Henry Cavenah

Cavanah, Charles
100 acres in St. George Parish


Surveyed on January 30, 1767 Plat Book C, page 313


100 acres originally surveyed for John Sellers, thence ordered
to Charles Cavanah on February 5, 1771. See above Plat
Book reference.

 



Contributed by JACKIE
             KGonza7933@aol.com

1790 GA CENSUS ? (where is it?)



taken from The Douglas
Enterprise, Wednesday, August 16, 1995.......

Ater the Revolutionary War, Georgia's population increased dramatically.
Between 1804 and 1832, Georgia held six land lotteries and gave away
22-million acres of land to more than 100,000 settlers. In 1829, gold was
discobered in Dahlonega, giving settlers and even greater incentive to
come
to Georgia.



Person Entitled to Draw: 1805 Land Lottery=

                 Bachelor, 21 years or over, 1 year residence in Georgia, citizen of United States
                 1 draw
                 Married man with wife and/or child, 1 year residence in Georgia, citizen of United
                 States 2 draws
                 Widow with minor child, 1 year residence in Georgia 2 draws
                 Minor orphan, or family of minor orphans, with father dead and mother dead or
                 remarried 1 draw 



Contributed by
        "Don Sellers" <dsellers@digitalexp.com>

Georgia Census Index
1820
Sellars, James  (Jackson)
Seller, James  (Richmond)
Sellers, John  (Appling)
Judy  (Hall)
Samuel  (Appling)
Soloman (Emanuel)

 1830, there is a William and a James Pridgen in Butts County Georgia.

1830
Sellers, Abel  53-53
Sellers, Andrew  32-210
Sellers, Hiram  67-49
Sellers, Jacob  6-103
Sellers, Jas.  33-210
Sellers, Jno.  44-80
Sellers, Jno.  6-93
Sellers, Jno.  24-185
Sellers, Josiah  44-79
Sellers, Major H.  38-425
Sellers, Silas  37-397
Sellers, Simeon  66-17
Sellers, Wm.  66-17

1840
Sellars, A.C.  Baker  028  NO  TWP  L
Sellars, Elijah  Appling 015  NO  TWP  L
Sellars, Freeman  Appling  014  NO  TWP  L
Sellars, John  Appling  023  NO  TWP  L
Sellars, John M.  014  NO  TWP  L
Sellars, Samuel  Appling  014  TWP L
Sellars, Samuel  Baker  039  Newton  D
Seller, John  Thomas  311  8th Dist
Selleres, Major H.  Jefferson 091  81st Dist
Sellers, Abel  Newton  003  167th  Dist
Sellers, Anna  Washington  205  93rd Dist
Sellers, Bethena  Upson  030  588th Dist
Sellers, Daniel  Decatur  013  621st Dist
Sellers, Hiram  Meriwether  136  NO  TWP  L
Sellers, Jacob  Stewart  147  Florence
Sellers, John  Henry  335  755th Dist
Sellers, John  Fayette  230  Capt. SI
Sellers, Judiah Hall  203  411th Dist
Sellers, Oliver  Chatham  139  8th Dist
Sellers, Richard  Marion  060  961st Dist
Sellers, Right  Thomas  310  Jones
Sellers, Silas  Jasper  079  Davidson
Sellers, Simeon  Thomas  309  Jones
Sellers, Thomas  Henry  335  755th  Dist
Sellers, William  Thomas  308  Jones
Sellers, William  Richmond  296  121st Dist

1850
Sellars, J  Henry  281  42nd Dist
Sellars, William  019  81st Dist
Sellars, William L.  DeKalb  200 Atlanta
Seller, B.  Bibb  139  #564 Dist
Seller, H.  Troup  066  697  Dist
Seller, James  Jackson  078  45th Sub
Seller, John  DeKalb  202  Atlanta
Seller, Sarah  Decatur  071  22nd Dist
Seller, William  Sumter  196  29th Dist
Seller, William F.  Harris  094  19th Dist
Sellers, T.  Henry  232  42nd Dist
Sellers, Allen  Baker  073  #2 Dist.
Sellers, Anna  Washington  254  91st  Div
Sellers, Charles  Murray  158  63rd  Sum
Sellers, Coonrad  Habersham  326  18th Dist
Sellers, DeWitt C.  Richmond  539  73rd Div
Sellers, Edwin  Chat  311  #13  Dist
Sellers, Elijah  Baker  062  THE EIGH
Sellers, Elijah B.  Appling  006  456  Dist
Sellers, Emily  Decatur  084  22nd Dist
Sellers, Freeman  Appling  010  442 Dist
Sellers, Henry  Habersham  326  18th Dist
Sellers, Hiram  Appling  025  583  Dist
Sellers, Isaac  Gilmer  417  #33 Sub
Sellers, Jacob  Dooly  270  24th Dist
Sellers, James K.  Sumter  151  27th Dist
Sellers, Jenny  Newton  469  65th Sub
Sellers, Jesse  Baker  036  The Tent
Sellers, John  Appling  013  442  Dist
Sellers, John  Gilmer  417  #33  SUBD

Sellers, John  Habersham 326  18th Dist
Sellers, John M.  Appling  001  456  Dist
Sellers, Lemuel  Appling  005  456  Dist
Sellers, Littleton  Baker  035  The Ninth
Sellers, M.H.  Jeff  141  48th Dist
Sellers, Milly  Bibb  205  #320 Dist
Sellers, Nancy  Appling  001  456 Dist
Sellers, Raldah  Baker  034  The Ninth
Sellers, Raymond  Richmond  539  73rd Dist
Sellers, Sarah A.  Appling  014  442 Dist
Sellers, Thomas D.  Lowndes  416  53rd  Div
Sellers, William  Columbia  254  NO TWP L
Sellers, William J.  Washington  254  91st Div



ATKINSON CO, GA (made in 1917 from Coffee/Clinch)
 SHAWNTE'S PAGE

                         February 19, 1998
               Chuck Woods
cwoods@sun.hazelwood.k12.no.us

               Am sseking information about Joseph Woods who was born abt.
               1721 in Christ Church Parish.  He married Mary Sterling in 1746.
               Sons - John born 1752 was Capt. in First Georgia Regiment of
               Continental troops.  Other sons were Nathaniel, William, and
               Joseph Jr. all of whom served in First Georgia Regiment. Joseph
               died in 1797 and is supposedly buried in Savannah. John married
               Leanah Melton in 1768.  They left GA sometime prior to 1800
               and moved to Simpson County, KY. If you have any information
               would appreciate the help to fill in gaps.
===
September 15, 1997
               Robert Battle
battle@u.washington.edu

               I am looking for any information on the family or ancestry of
               William SPENCER of the Savannah area. He died 1776 in Christ
               Church Parish. The children named in his will (27 Jan 1776-22
               Aug 1776) were as follows: John SPENCER, George Basil
               SPENCER, William Henry SPENCER, Joseph William
               SPENCER, Susannah SPENCER, Sarah SPENCER, Elizabeth
               PARKER, Jane BOWEN, Mary THOMSON, and son-in-law
               Alexander THOMSON (loyalist customs collector in Savannah).
               Thanks, Robert Battle (3933 N. 29 St., Tacoma, WA
               98407-5307).
===========
FANNING CO, GA

             "Don Sellers" <dsellers@digitalexp.com>

Here is another site. Seems like not all of it has been brought on-line.
Just
have to try each line. Time consuming, but if you are seeking info on
Fannin
County, worth it. Click on pages to the left to activate.

http://www.jacksonville.net/~catinjax



1860 JASPER CO, GA =
JOSEPH SELLERES, PAGE 295 MONTICELLO PO
SILAS SELLERS, PGE 238 MONTICELLO PO 

From BETTY COOPER
1880 CENSUS SOUNDEX CARDS - GEORGIA      MADISON COUNTY
SELLERS & VARIANT SPELLINGS:

SAYLORS, A.    Vol 16, Ed 72, Sheet 17, Line 5, white, male, 34, born GA,
Dist 383
     "      SUSAN, wife, 37, born GA
     "  T. L. P., son, 16, b GA
     "  M. A. F., daughter, 13, b GA
     "  J. W., son, 8, b GA
     "  C. *(H?), daughter, 6, b GA
     "  M. A., son, 1, born GA

SAYLORS, CHRISTOPHER, Vol 16, Ed 72, Sh 21, L 12, white, male, 72, born
GA,
Dist 262
     "  A. M., wife, 64, born GA
     "  M. E. W., daughter, 38, born GA
     "  C. W., son, 33, born GA
     "  C. W., daughter, 25, born GA
     "  C. A. W. (?), grandson, 6, born GA

SAYLORS, J. M., Vol 16, Ed 72, Sheet 19, Line 45, white, male, 68, born
GA,
Dist 382
     "  E. C., wife, 45, born GA
     "  J. M. Jr., son, 27, born GA
     "  D. H., son, 13, born GA
     "  H. S., son, 11, born GA
     "  J. M., son, 9, born GA
     "  R. A. *(L?), daughter, 7, born GA
     "  J. H., son, 5, born GA
FLOYED, A., relationship BO, 22, born GA

SAILERS, JAMES F., Vol 16, Ed 74, Sheet 29, Line 21, white, male, 33,
born
GA, Dist 438
     "  SARAH M., wife, 33, born GA
     "  HENRY L., son, 8, born GA
     "  CORER, daughter, 4, born GA
     "  WILLIAM A., son, 1, born GA

SAYLORS, JOHN, Vol 16, Ed 73, Sheet 4, Line 1, white, male, 55, born SC,
Dist
591
     "  NANCY J., wife, 46, born GA
     "  LENOREAH, daughter, 4, born GA
DOVE, DAWSEY, relationship: N, 6, born GA
     "  JOHN, relationship: N, 2, born GA

SAYLORS, SARA, Vol 16, Ed 72, Sheet 19, Line 21, white, female, 55, born
GA,
Dist 383
     "  M. A. F., daughter, 37, born GA
     "  Wm H., grandson, 7, born GA
     "  HENRIETTA, granddaughter, 11/12, born GA

SAILORS, TOBE, Vol 16, Ed 71, Sheet 75, Line 44, black, male, 40, born
GA,
Brookline Dist 205
     "  LOUISA, wife, 25, born GA
     "  JOHN, son, 10, born GA
     "  MINTIE A., daughter, 6, born GA
     "  LUM, son, 4, born GA
     "  IDA, daughter, 3, born GA
     "  FANNIE, daughter, 1, born GA
     "  ISHAM, relationship=N, 14, born GA

Betty Cooper
msgcooper@aol.com



PULASKI CO, GA
 Mary Williamson on January 23, 1999 at 22:02:07:

My third great grandfather, William lived in Mecklingberg county, NC 1817. That is where my gg
grandmother was born that year. They came into Pulaski County, GA and by 1833 She, Elizabeth
Sellers married Alexander Peacock, Jr. He also had several children- a son Simon Sellers. If anyone
could help me I would be grateful. Thank You.
Mary Williamson
Christotwo@msn.com



1850 BAKER CO GA =Alexander and Elizabeth PEACOCK - but, don't believe This showed her born in Mecklenburg,NC, msh . Yes, it did, msh.


 1860 RANDOLPH CO, GA =
DANIEL SELLARS, PAGE 626 , CUTHBERT 



        Reformed Presbyterian Marriages and Deaths,
                               1866-1888

 Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices Volume II: 1866-1888 Compiled by Lowry
 Ware Scmar Columbia, South Carolina 1998

 Died near Doraville, Ga., May 25, 1885, Mrs. Jennie Sellers, in the 72d year of her age.... was
 born in Chester County, S. C. in 1832. Her father moved to Newton County, Ga. In 1852, she
 moved to DeKalb County near Doraville.... for thirty years a member of Prosperity church.... for
 many years a widow. 



 Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices Volume II: 1866-1888 Compiled by Lowry
 Ware Scmar Columbia, South Carolina 1998

 Married, September 18th, 1888, by Rev. R. E. Patterson, Mr. J. D. McCurdy and Miss Jane
 Sellers. Both of DeKalb County, Ga. 



COOK CO, GA
CONTRIBUTED BY:
              Cynthia Kirkland <grafxcat@airmail.net>

Brushy Creek Cemetery, Cook Co. Georgia, south of Lenox.
 712 records, surveyed September 1992

SELLERS CECIL 12/12/1921 -  10/27/1981

SELLERS DOROTHY BROWNING  6/24/1925 - 10/27/1981



COFFEE CO, GA
1870=
GEORGE PRIGEN, 35 GA, PAGE 403, HOMERVILLE
NO SELLERS

>From SOME GEORGIA COUNTY RECORDS, VOL. 3 by Lucas
Marriage of Lucy Ann Pridgeon to Richard Stringfellow Dec. 8, 1834 Butts
Co., GA
Marriage of Marjorie Prigeon to John Henderson Jan. 9, 1835 Butts Co.
James Priggins buyer at sale of property of David Lawson, Butts Co., GA,
March 1825.
James Priggin buyer at sale of property of Wm. Rhodes, Butts Co. Jan.
1828.
W. Pridgen buyer at sale of property of Samuel C. Stark Jan. 1830, Butts
Co.
James & John Pridgen buyers at sale of property of Micajah F. McCune
Dec. 1838, Butts Co., GA.

>From SOME GEORGIA COUNTY RECORDS, VOL. 2, by Lucas
Wm. Willoughby mentions son-in-law Nathaniel Pridgen in will.  1829.
Clark Co., GA.
Will of Francis Boykin.  James Pridgen named guardian of 2 children,
orphans of Wm. Deal.  Clark Co., GA.  (Will get date later)

   --Dorothy Ann Folmar       Pike Co., AL
Dorothy Ann Folmar <orion@p-c-net.net>



Subj:    Re: [GA] ATTN! Appling, Jeff Davis, Bacon Co. Researchers
 Date:  99-04-30 20:05:15 EDT
 From:  sadav@fiac.net (sadav)
 Reply-to:      sadav@fiac.net
 To:    PGreatho01@aol.com

 Pat,

 Here are the Sellers listed in the book.

 Child of Ed, Dave, Frank, Jesse, Jimpsey M, N. N., S. W., Seab, Wallace.

 Sharon 



_The Post from "Quitman Wooten" <debbiew@almatel.net>_______
"The community here in Coffee County, Georgia where I live is called
Pridgen.
My husband's greatgrandmother was a Pridgen. Here is their line:
William Pridgen was born 1802 in North Carolina. His first wife's name was
Margaret ?, born 1808 also in North Carolina. Their children were
Ellen, b. 1827 in NC, m. James Griffin,
Enoch G., b. 1829, m. Mary C. Fussell,
George Washington, b. 1831, m. Mary Merritt (this is my husband's
g-g-grandfather),
Martha b. 1834, m. Henry McCook,
Jemima, b. 1836, m. John W. Fussell, then D.M. Hogan,
William, b. 1837,
Mark, b. 1840,
Moliz? b. 1841,
Eliza, b. 1844, m. William T. Smith,
Elizabeth, b. 1846, and
Vicy, b. 1849.
William and his family were living in the 4th district, Irwin Co., GA by
1846. He later married (by 1860 census) Nancy, b. 1823, NC, daughter of
William Fussell and had the following children:
Bitha, b.1851 m. Benjamin Griffin
Rebecca J., b. 1854, m. Othinol McCook
Jameson or James M., b. 1854, m. Mary McInnis
Esther, b. 1856, m. Robert Bishop
Daniel, b. 1856, m. Nannie McInnis
Thomas, b. 1858
Moses, b. 1860

WALKER CO , GA
 Next I have a few
probate pocket index for Walker Cty,Georgia -----Samuel E. Sellers dockett
#4574.0-----CynthiaLugene Sellers # 7875.0     Kristy Sellers  # 11,547.0
None of this helps me but I hope it will help someone else. God Bless you,
Sara Sellers
         "sara sellers" <sbsell@vicksburg.com


WARREN CO, GA =
1850 WARREN CO, GA
ELIZABETH SALLER, PAGE 166, #90 SUB
ELIAS SALLIS
ETHALDRED SALLIS
FAITH E. SIS
FRANCES SALLIS
GEORGE H. SALLIS

1880 GA MORTALITY CENSUS - BY COUNTY=
<ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/census/1880/>