WHITE CO, ILLINOIS (made in 1815 Gallatin Co) 

NICK'S PAGE

FERN'S PAGE

ROB'S PAGE

SHERRI'S PAGE

SMITH CO, TN

Are we connected to Davidson Co,TN,msh?(
White CO TN (Fern=Sutton Sellers born here in 1823)



1830 WHITE CO, IL CENSUS =
There were two Sellers families listed in the 1830 White County, Illinois
Census.

Henry, p. 15

1 Male 5-10
1 Male 20-30=1800/1810
1 Male 50-60=1770/1780

1 Female 15-20
1 Female 30-40-1790/1800
 

William P., p. 11

1 Male 20-30=1800/1810

2 Females 0-5
1 Female 20-30

AARON ANKROM, PAGE 12, (some Akroms from WV from Wash Co,Pa,msh)



1840 Census - White County, Illinois, p. 13: (PAGE 285 on film,msh)

Rutha Sellers - Head of Household

Males
5-20   1

Females
40-50   1

WILLIAM SLEERS, (PAGE 286 on film,msh)=
[POST census info and neighbors
 



1850 Census:

Vis.307-307.
Mobley, Charles         54 m    KY.             farmer          500
        Sarah           41 f    Tenn. (1809Tn)
        William         14 m    Ill.
        Charles         10 m    Ill
        Angeline         9 f    "
        Henry C.         7 m    "
        Elizabeth        3 f    "
        Julia A.         1 f    "
        Aaron           20 m    "

Vis. 317-317
        Sellers, Sutton F.   37 m       Tenn.   farmer (1813)
                Narcissa J.  37 f       "
                Emily J.      3 f       Ill.
        Clark, Lorenzo Dow   15 m       "       laborer

CHRISTOPHER SELARS, PAGE 350 GRAYVILLE 13TH DIST=POST INFO!

WHERE IS WM SELLERS and wife?


 SELLARS, Elizabeth     S350 SUTTON, Roy        17-OCT-1816 HENDERSON CO,KY
ELIZABITH SELLARS/MOSES SUTTON/OCT 17/1816 HENDERSON CO,KY


The probate index lists the following:

Box No. 45 Sellers, Ruth Sutton F. A. Sellers 1846

Box No. 47 Sellers, Henry Ruben Long 1836

There is no way of knowing what the box contains without requesting copies from White County. 


Re: Sellers in the Will Book. The index, on p. 43, lists the following:

Sellers, S (Sutton R p. 24A - (This individual was a witness or official - Will Book A) Sellers, Sarah p. 14 (This is an obit or misc.)

I don't have a copy of Harriet Vaught's White County, Ill. Wills, 1816-1916. You might want to contact the White County Historical Society to see if it is still in print. 



The only reference book I have of White Co. is the 1850 Census. I have a copy of a marriage license of Sarah Sellers and Charles Mobley. I do not have a lot of information on her, just hers and Charles children and some Mobley data. Let me know if I can help further. Betty



We are really striking out here! Nothing on Sellers in either volume of White County Cemeteries.

Sorry! Nothing on Sellers in the Old Carmi Cemetery.


In the History of White County, Illinois, p. 800, I found a clue as to the township where your Sellers may have resided.

Hawthorne Township

...Among the early settlers were Aaron Williams, Nathaniel Blackford, Enoch Hargrave, Daniel Winkler, the Lands and Sellers ...

Its not much, but you never know what might be helpful!


From: marie sellers hollinger <mari@netins.net> To: bettym@cyberlynk.com

BETTY, have you done any work on the SELLERS in White Co?

we have a member connected to the CHARLES MOBLEY married 1838 SARAH SELLERS and I have the census info (from Nancy on your board) and will see if I can find anything in our SELLERS LETTERS on this HENRY and Wm SELLERS here in 1830- THANKS for any suggestions/advise- I did NOT ask her to check land grants, yet. marie, iowa



From: Betty York Mobley <bettym@cyberlynk.com> To: mari@netins.net References: 1

Yes, as a matter of fact, Charles Mobley is our 3rd gr-grandfather, and we have done extensive work in White Co. Charles first wife, Elizabeth Hanna was our line, but we are interested in Sarah Sellers also. I have no information at all on her family. Charles and Sarah had 5 children together and I am in touch with some of their lines.

How can I help you? I also have some land records of Il. Did you want me to look for anyone in the 1850 Census? Will help if I can. Betty..CA > marie, iowa


Betty, thanks! I would like CHARLES MOBLEY and SARAH SELLERS census info = and any land info on a WM or HENRY SELLERS -

Henry was born 1770/80 and on the 1830 census he does have a dau this age-(ca 1809?) Wm was born 1800/1810 There is a Rutha SELLERS on 1840 census- but, I haven't found a marriage in Ky,Oh,etc - don't have good PA marriages- THANKS for any help - want to find out where they came from- marie, iowa



1850 Census:

Vis.307-307.
Mobley, Charles         54 m    KY.             farmer          500
        Sarah           41 f    Tenn.
        William         14 m    Ill.
        Charles         10 m    Ill
        Angeline         9 f    "
        Henry C.         7 m    "
        Elizabeth        3 f    "
        Julia A.         1 f    "
        Aaron           20 m    "

Vis. 317-317
        Sellers, Sutton F.   37 m       Tenn.   farmer
                Narcissa J.  37 f       "
                Emily J.      3 f       Ill.
        Clark, Lorenzo Dow   15 m       "       laborer

 SELLARS, Elizabeth     S350 SUTTON, Roy        17-OCT-1816 (Henderson Co,Ky)
ELIZABITH SELLARS/MOSES SUTTON/OCT 17/1816 HENDERSON CO,KY



Henry Sellers bought land:

Purchaser:      SELLERS  HENRY          Record ID:      183090
Date:           11/10.1840
Acres:          40
Price:          $1.25
Type of sale:   Federal sale(FD)
County:         68 (Montgomery)         Section Part:   SENW
Section:        13                      Range:          03W
Township:       07N                     Purchaser Res:
Meridian:       3                       Vol.Page No.:   011
Arch. Vol, No:  326                     Record corrected: 0
Cash warrant code:


That is all I have on the Sellers Line. I can extend the line of
Angeline who married Elias Culbreth, and of course have some info on the
rest of the family of Charles Mobley and Sarah.
Hope this is of some help.   Betty York Mobley


Subject: [ILWHITE] Carter, Flora M. (Fetgetter) 1916-2009 Obit.

Carmi Times

Mon Dec 28, 2009

SANDOVAL -

Flora M. Carter, 93, Sandoval, died Friday, Dec. 25, 2009 at Odin Care Center in Odin.

She was born on May 9, 1916 at Centralia, a daughter of Walter H. and Ethyl M. (Sellers) Fetgetter. She married George Carter on Aug. 27, 1938 at St. Charles, Mo., and he preceded her in death on July 25, 2005.

She is survived by two sons, Dale Carter and his wife Carol of Marissa, and Revis Carter and his wife Karen of West Valley, Utah; one brother, Wesley Fetgetter and his wife Helen of Streamwood; one sister, Louise Southerland of Centralia; one sister-in-law, Barbara Fetgetter of Centralia; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Charles Ray Carter; three, brothers Donald, Oland and James; and two sisters, Fern and Thelma.

She lived in Junction City, then moved to Carmi, where she remained for 39 years.

She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church in Carmi. She was an active church member and played the piano at church. She enjoyed music, crafts and crocheting.

A Celebration of Life Service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Day Funeral Home in Sandoval, Brother Jeff Downard officiating. Burial will be at McClelland-Andereck Cemetery.

Friends may call from 7-8 p.m. Monday and from 8 a.m. until the service time Tuesday at the funeral home in Sandoval. Expressions of sympathy in memory of Flora may be made to the Sandoval Ambulance Fund and will be received at the funeral Home.

On-line expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.dayfuneralhomes.com

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