CLINTON CO, INDIANA (made in 1830 from Tippecanoe)
lays next to Tipton, Tippecanoe, Boone, Hamilton, Howard, Carroll, Montgomery


JOHN and PAT'S PAGE

Decatur Co, IN has Pickards from NY also

PARKE CO, IN

CHARLES C. SELLERS 1831/1905

GALLAHER FAMILY from Warren Co., OH



MARRIAGE
MARTHA A. SELLERS/DAVID GRIFFIN/9-14-1850 

1840 CLINTON CO, IN


1850 CLINTON CO, IN CENSUS=
CHARLES J. SELLERS 47 VA, PAGE 374 WARREN (ck Rock Co,Va) and Warren Co,Oh)
MARY D? 24 OH
MARTHA A. 16 IN
CHARLES C. 18 IN
JOHN D. 16 IN (next  page 375)
WILLIAM 14 IN
SARAH 13 IN
THATHA 11/10F IN
MATILDA 10 IN

next ROBESONS



1860 CLINTON CO, IN=
CHARLES P. SELLERS, 27 IN,  PAGE 310 WARREN
MARY E. 31 IN
and kids IN

CHARLES  SELLERS,  56 VA, PAGE 310 WARREN
MARY B. 32 OH
WM LEE 23 IN
WM LEA 14 IN
MATILDA 14 IN

JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 309 WARREN =
John Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN 27 abt 1833 Indiana Male

John Sellers 27
Catharine Sellers 19

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1870 CLINTON CO, IN

Adam H M Sellers Jackson, Clinton, IN abt 1861 Indiana White Male
Malinda Sellers Jackson, Clinton, IN abt 1857 Indiana White Female
Mary L Sellers Jackson, Clinton, IN abt 1828 Ohio White Female
Eveline Sellers Owen, Clinton, IN abt 1841 Virginia White Female
James F Sellers Owen, Clinton, IN abt 1861 Indiana White Male
John Sellers Owen, Clinton, IN abt 1834 Indiana White Male
Malinda C Sellers Owen, Clinton, IN abt 1868 Indiana White Female
Nancy R Sellers Owen, Clinton, IN abt 1863 Indiana White Female
Viola C Sellers Owen, Clinton, IN abt 1866 Indiana White Female
Ama A Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN abt 1866 Indiana White Female
Charles Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN abt 1831 Indiana White Male
Eliza J Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN abt 1861 Indiana White Female
James A Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN abt 1859 Indiana White Male
John C Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN abt 1862 Indiana White Male
Martha Sellers Warren, Clinton, IN abt 1834 Indiana White Female


1880 CLINTON CO, IN=

 Census Place: Warren, Clinton, Indiana
 Source: FHL Film 1254270  National Archives Film T9-0270     Page 15B
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Charles C. SELLERS Self M M W 48 IN
 Occ: Farming Fa: VA Mo: ---
Martha A. SELLERS Wife F M W 46 IN
 Occ: Keeping House Fa: IN Mo: IN
James T. SELLERS Son M S W 21 IN
 Occ: Laborer Fa: IN Mo: IN
Eliza Jane SELLERS Dau F S W 19 IN
 Occ: At Home Fa: IN Mo: IN
John C. SELLERS Son M S W 17 IN
 Occ: At Home Fa: IN Mo: IN
Abigail A. SELLERS Dau F S W 13 IN
   Fa: IN Mo: IN
Edna Nancy SELLERS Dau F S W 8 IN
   Fa: IN Mo: IN

 Census Place: Sedalia, Clinton, Indiana
 Source: FHL Film 1254270  National Archives Film T9-0270     Page 33C
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John SELLERS Self M M W 46 IN
 Occ: Day Laborer Fa: OH Mo: VA
Edaline SELLERS Wife F M W 39 VA
 Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: TN
James SELLERS Son M  W 19 IN
 Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: IN Mo: VA
Nancy SELLERS Dau F  W 17 IN
 Occ: Domestic Servant Fa: IN Mo: VA
Viola SELLERS Dau F  W 14 IN
   Fa: IN Mo: VA
Malinda SELLERS Dau F S W 11 IN
   Fa: IN Mo: VA
John SELLERS Son M S W 4 IN
   Fa: IN Mo: VA
Marcus THOMPSON Other M M W 52 IN
 Occ: Physician Fa: IN Mo: VA



1900 CLINTON CO, IN =

Mike and Amber Sellers [mikeamber@cox.net]
James Sellers appears in Owen Township, Clinton County, Indiana. From what little I can read, the data is contained on Sheet 2B, Dwelling #44, Family #45. James and wife, Rosella, should appear in the household along with children Homer, Bessie, Chalmer & Flossie.

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1900 CLINTON CO, IN

Bertha B Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1887 Indiana White Daughter
Charles Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1833 Indiana White Head
Ethel Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1890 Indiana White Daughter
James C Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1894 Indiana White Son


James F Sellers Owen, Clinton, Indiana abt 1861 Indiana White Son
John D Sellers Owen, Clinton, Indiana abt 1833 Indiana White Head


John P Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1863 Indiana White Head
Lydia E Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1867 Missouri White Wife
Martha A Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1835 Indiana White Wife
William C Sellers Warren, Clinton, Indiana abt 1897 Indiana White Son


Frank Sellars Michigan, Clinton, Indiana abt 1871 Indiana White Head
Ida Sellars Michigan, Clinton, Indiana abt 1869 Indiana White Wife
Mary Sellars Michigan, Clinton, Indiana abt 1898 Indiana White Son


FROM DENNIS
FDHaun@aol.com

by Source for this information is John and Pat Denning at email address JohnHarvey@nventure.com
Charles C. Sellers Service: Civil War, Private, 51st Regiment.
 Charles C. Sellers, b. 10 Aug 1831, Parke Co., Indiana, d. 23 Mar 1905, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 13 Aug 1854, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana,
Martha A. Griffin, b. 25 Jan 1835 d. 23 Aug 1907, Clinton Co., Indiana.
Charles C. Sellers served as a Private of Captain Joel Delano's Company {illegible}, 51st Regiment of Indiana Infantry Volunteers, from 21 Oct 1864 until 20 Oct 1865 when he was discharged in San Antonio, Texas.
 The Discharge document reads, in part: "Said Charles C. Seller was born in Parke County in the State of Indiana, is Thirty Three years of age, Five Feet Five inches High, Dark Complexion, Blue Eyes, Dark Hair and by Occupation, when enrolled, a Farmer." Charles was paid for his service at New Orleans, Louisiana. Source in possession: [Union Army Discharge Certificate] Charles is buried at the Wilson-Hyde Park Cemetery, in Geetingsville, Carroll County, Indiana
. Charles C. Sellers is the son of Charles John Sellers (1803 -1873) & Mary Denny (Abt. 1807 -1846)
 Siblings of Charles C. Sellers are Mary Elizabeth Sellers, b. 30 Aug 1827, Dayton, Ohio, d. 30 Jul 1909, Milford, Iroquois Co., Illinois, m. 03 Jun 1844, Rockville, Parke Co., Indiana, Garrett Hicks, b. 01 May 1821, Jessamine Co., Kentucky d. 19 Nov 1887, Milford, Iroquois Co., Illinois,
 Martha A. Sellers, b. Abt. 1834, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 16 Oct 1850, Clinton Co., Indiana, David Griffin.
William Sellers, b. Abt. 1836, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 02 Oct 1864, Clinton Co., Indiana Matilda C. Pitsenbarger.
 Sarah Sellers, b. Abt. 1837, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 08 Dec 1859, Clinton Co., Indiana, Uriah Elder.
 Lucy E. "Fatha" Sellers, b. Abt. 1839, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 17 Jun 1860, Clinton Co., Indiana, James C. Redwine
 Matilda Sellers, b. Abt. 1840, Parke Co., Indiana.
 John D. Sellers, b. Abt. Jul 1843, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 16 Jun, 1859, Clinton Co., Indiana, Evaline Catherine Townsend, b. Abt. 1841, Lee Co., Virginia, d. Abt. 1887, Owen, Clinton Co., Indiana.
 Children of Charles C. Sellers & Martha A. Griffin: Eliza Jane Sellers, b. 14 Nov 1854, Clinton Co., Indiana, d. 13 Oct 1881, Clinton Co., Indiana. William H. Sellers, b. 15 Sep 1857, Clinton Co., Indiana, d. 30 Oct 1858, Clinton Co., Indiana. James Thomas Sellers, b. 19 Sep 1858, Clinton Co., Indiana, d. 1935, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 23 Jul 1889, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana, Rosella Sanders, b. 14 Feb 1868, Indiana, d. 18 Nov 1937, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana. John C. Sellers, b. Aug 1862, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 15 Aug 1886, Clinton Co., Indiana, Lydia D. Laughner, b. May 1867, Clinton Co., Indiana. Abigail A. Sellers, b. Abt. 1866, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 20 Dec 1883, Clinton Co., Indiana, John T. Luper. Edna Nancy Sellers, b. Abt. 1872, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 19 Nov 1889, Clinton Co., Indiana James W. Harmon Source for this information is John and Pat Denning at email address JohnHarvey@nventure.com



Charles C. Sellers Service: Civil War, Private, 51st Regiment. Charles C. Sellers, b. 10 Aug 1831, Parke Co., Indiana, d. 23 Mar 1905, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 13 Aug 1854, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana, Martha A. Griffin, b. 25 Jan 1835 d. 23 Aug 1907, Clinton Co., Indiana. Charles C. Sellers served as a Private of Captain Joel Delano's Company {illegible}, 51st Regiment of Indiana Infantry Volunteers, from 21 Oct 1864 until 20 Oct 1865 when he was discharged in San Antonio, Texas. The Discharge document reads, in part: "Said Charles C. Seller was born in Parke County in the State of Indiana, is Thirty Three years of age, Five Feet Five inches High, Dark Complexion, Blue Eyes, Dark Hair and by Occupation, when enrolled, a Farmer." Charles was paid for his service at New Orleans, Louisiana. Source in possession: [Union Army Discharge Certificate] Charles is buried at the Wilson-Hyde Park Cemetery, in Geetingsville, Carroll County, Indiana. Charles C. Sellers is the son of Charles John Sellers (1803 -1873) & Mary Denny (Abt. 1807 -1846) Siblings of Charles C. Sellers are Mary Elizabeth Sellers, b. 30 Aug 1827, Dayton, Ohio, d. 30 Jul 1909, Milford, Iroquois Co., Illinois, m. 03 Jun 1844, Rockville, Parke Co., Indiana, Garrett Hicks, b. 01 May 1821, Jessamine Co., Kentucky d. 19 Nov 1887, Milford, Iroquois Co., Illinois, Martha A. Sellers, b. Abt. 1834, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 16 Oct 1850, Clinton Co., Indiana, David Griffin. William Sellers, b. Abt. 1836, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 02 Oct 1864, Clinton Co., Indiana Matilda C. Pitsenbarger. Sarah Sellers, b. Abt. 1837, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 08 Dec 1859, Clinton Co., Indiana, Uriah Elder. Lucy E. "Fatha" Sellers, b. Abt. 1839, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 17 Jun 1860, Clinton Co., Indiana, James C. Redwine Matilda Sellers, b. Abt. 1840, Parke Co., Indiana. John D. Sellers, b. Abt. Jul 1843, Parke Co., Indiana, m. 16 Jun, 1859, Clinton Co., Indiana, Evaline Catherine Townsend, b. Abt. 1841, Lee Co., Virginia, d. Abt. 1887, Owen, Clinton Co., Indiana. Children of Charles C. Sellers & Martha A. Griffin: Eliza Jane Sellers, b. 14 Nov 1854, Clinton Co., Indiana, d. 13 Oct 1881, Clinton Co., Indiana. William H. Sellers, b. 15 Sep 1857, Clinton Co., Indiana, d. 30 Oct 1858, Clinton Co., Indiana. James Thomas Sellers, b. 19 Sep 1858, Clinton Co., Indiana, d. 1935, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 23 Jul 1889, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana, Rosella Sanders, b. 14 Feb 1868, Indiana, d. 18 Nov 1937, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana. John C. Sellers, b. Aug 1862, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 15 Aug 1886, Clinton Co., Indiana, Lydia D. Laughner, b. May 1867, Clinton Co., Indiana. Abigail A. Sellers, b. Abt. 1866, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 20 Dec 1883, Clinton Co., Indiana, John T. Luper. Edna Nancy Sellers, b. Abt. 1872, Clinton Co., Indiana, m. 19 Nov 1889, Clinton Co., Indiana James W. Harmon Source for this information is John and Pat Denning at email address JohnHarvey@nventure.com

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Arne H Trelvik atrelvik@earthlink.net January 1, 2006, 7:05 pm

Warren County OhArchives Obituaries.....Gallaher, William April 14, 1895

The Western Star
WILLIAM GALLAHER
CLOSE OF A LIFE’S WORK SPENT ALMOST ENTIRELY WITHIN WARREN COUNTY

The funeral services of the late William Gallaher were held at the residence south of Lebanon on Wednesday afternoon of last week and were largely attended. They were conducted by Rev. J. P. Porter, of the Methodist church, and from the paper which he read, the STAR is permitted to make the following extracts:

Before the beginning of this century which is now nearing its close, a young couple, Samuel and Sarah Gallaher, came from near Pittsburg. Descending the Ohio river on a flatboat, and landed at Columbia, just above Cincinnati. This was in the year 1795. During the same year Mr. Gallaher came to Lebanon to build a mill for Mr. Henry Taylor, the first settler in the town of Lebanon, for which Mr. Taylor gave him, according to contract, one hundred acres of land just south of Turtlecreek, a part of which is now within the corporation of Lebanon. This farm Mr. Gallaher very soon traded to Mr. Jonas Simmons for the farm lying just north of the Hart schoolhouse, which is still in the possession of his descendants.

Here Mr. and Mrs. Gallaher reared a large family of sons and daughters, all but one of them coming to manhood and womanhood. And here the mother died in 1862, in her eighty ninth year, the father having died in 1833, while on a business trip to Cincinnati. There were twelve members of this pioneer family, eight sons and four daughters. Of these Harvey married Ann Williams, a native of this county, a sister of Milton Williams, who for many years a prominent attorney of Lebanon. He settled in Clinton county, where his family was brought up and where some of them still reside. John married Nancy Sellers and emigrated to Clinton county, Ind. Another brother, Laomi, also made his home near to his brother in this neighboring state. James married Miss Reform Coffeen and purchased a farm near Red Lion, where he died of cholera in 1835. Milton was the victim of consumption and died in young manhood at his father’s home. Matilda married Britton Baird and they made their permanent home in Jay county, Ind. Mary married Aaron James; their home was in Warren county, but she lived only a short time after her marriage. Elizabeth became the wife of John Sellers and lived near Springboro until about two years ago, at which time she died at the great age of ninety six years. Catharine was the wife of William Gallaher; her home was in Warren county until after the death of her husband, when she went to Kansas with her family, where she has since died. Carvel, the youngest of the family, married Cynthia Ann Keenan and became possessed of the homestead, where he still lives with his son. He is the only surviving member of this large family, whose lives were so intimately associated with the early history of this county.

William, the fifth son, the subject of this sketch, was born April 4, 1808, and died April 14, 1895, being just ten days over eighty-seven years of age. His home, throughout his long life, has been in Warren county, except, perhaps, one year, which he spent in Clinton county, and he had lived on the farm where he died fifty-one years.

He was united in marriage in 1834 to Miss Mary Jane Corwin, also a native of Warren county, a daughter of Benjamin And Rebecca Corwin. She was a niece of the Hon. Thomas Corwin.

Five children were the result of this union, three sons and two daughters. One son died in infancy. The oldest son died of typhoid fever at the age of twenty-three. Sarah married Peter Sellers. Ann married Albert Wilkins; her home is in Cincinnati. And the remaining one, Mr. William Francis Gallaher, has alwas [sic] occupied the homestead.

The wife and mother of his children died May 13, 1870. For nearly twenty-five years Mr. Gallaher has been a widower and his home has been with his son, where he will be very greatly missed, so greatly was he interested in the members of the household, and they, in turn, ardently attached to him.”

Source: The Western Star [copy obtained from obituary collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwarren/Obits/gallaher.htm#WilliamGallaher

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INCLINTO-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: Clinton County SELLERS


----- Original Message -----
From: "Lena C." <gostraka@yahoo.com>
To: <INCLINTO-L@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 11:27
Subject: Re: Clinton County SELLERS


> In an old photo album that belonged to my
> grandfather's older sister there was a photo that
> showed a little boy holding my grandfather when he was
> a baby. The caption said "Charles Sellers holding his namesake"
> Do you happen to know of any Charles Sellers? The
> photo was taken in 1925 and Charles Sellers looked
> like he was probably around 10 years old.
>
<<<<

Hi Lena,

My uncle, Charles Beecher Sellers was born 12 Feb 1905 in Clinton Co.,
Indiana.
Of my relatives he is the only one I am aware of that comes close to the
description you gave.
Charles Beecher Sellers grandfather was Charles Christian Sellers (d. 23 Mar
1905) and I always thought my uncle was named for his grandfather. What was your grandfather's name? I can see if I know of any connection between my Sellers line and your
grandfather.

Best wishes,
Pat Denning

John Denning [johnharvey@nventure.com]

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Charles C. SELLERS

Death Date: March 23, 1905
Death Place: At his home in Cutler, Indiana.
Buried: Wilson-Hyde Park cemetery, Carroll county, Indiana
Survivors: Wife, Martha A. (GRIFFIN) SELLERS; three sons and three daughters; Eliza Jane Sellers, James Thomas Sellers, John C. Sellers, Mrs. John T. (Abigail A.) LUPER and Mrs. James W. (Nancy E.) HARMON.
Other: Charles was born 10 Aug 1831, in Parke county, the son of Charles John SELLERS & Mary DENNY. He was a resident of Warren township, Clinton county, for more than fifty years. He and his wife had retired as usual about 8:30 and were talking when she noticed that he did not reply to her remarks. She arose and lit a lamp and was horrified to find him dying. His death was caused by heart failure. At his death he was 73 years, 7 months and 13 days old. In 1849 he moved to Clinton county where he resided until 1902, when he moved to Cutler. He married Miss Martha GRIFFIN in 1854.
Source: Frankfort Banner, April 1, 1905, page 1
Contributed By: John Denning, JohnHarvey@nventure.com

James Thomas SELLARS/SELLERS

Death Date: August 28, 1935
SELLARS Funeral This Afternoon - Services for Manson Community Resident at Geetingsville Church
Funeral services for James Thomas SELLARS, 76, lifelong resident of Clinton county, who died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Pearl HARSHMAN, west of Manson, early Wednesday morning, will be held at the Geetingsville Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. The Rev. O. L. Prentice will officiate and burial will be in the Geetingsville cemetery. Mr. SELLARS was born near Geetingsville in 1858, a son of Charles and Martha SELLARS. His first wife Linda LAUCHNER, died about 50 years ago. He married Rose SANDERS about 42 years ago. The Widow, four daughters, Mrs. Bessie AUGHE of Frankfort, Mrs. Pearl HARSHMAN of Manson, Mrs. Marie MOORE of Frankfort, Flossie of Frankfort; three sons, William H., Chalmer, and Charles of Frankfort, survive him. He is also survived by a sister, Edna HARMON, of Conrath, Wis.
Source: Frankfort Times, Friday, 30 Aug 1935, page 1
Contributed By: John Denning, JohnHarvey@nventure.com
Added: 23 Apr 2007

Martha A. (GRIFFIN) SELLERS

Death Date: August 23, 1907
Death Place: Sedalia, Clinton Co., Indiana
Buried: Wilson-Hyde Park cemetery, Carroll county, Indiana
Survivors: Two sons and two daughters; James Thomas Sellers, of Sedalia; John C. Sellers, of Missouri; Mrs. James W. (Nancy Edna) HARMON, of Geetingsville, and Mrs. John T. (Abigail) LUPER, of Ross township; and a sister, Mrs. Ann TURNER, of Frankfort.
Other: Martha was born 25 Jan 1835, in Indiana, the daughter of Ralph GRIFFIN & Abigail CRANDALL. Her husband, Charles C. SELLERS, died in 1905.
Source: Frankfort Daily Crescent, August 26, 1907, page 8
Contributed By: John Denning, JohnHarvey@nventure.com

Rosella (SANDERS) SELLERS

Death Date: November 18, 1937
Death Place: 1002 West Barner Street, Frankfort, Clinton Co., Indiana
Buried: Bunnell cemetery, Clinton Co., Indiana
Survivors: Three sons and four daughters; Homer B. SANDERS and Mrs. Betty AUGHE, both of Indianapolis; Mrs. Pearl HARSHMAN, MANSON; Mrs. Flossie LEGER, Chalmer SELLERS and Charles SELLERS, all of Frankfort and Mrs. Patrick (Alva Marie) MOORE, Rockville, Connecticut.
Other: Rosella was born in Clinton county February 14, 1868. She was the daughter of Barney SANDERS and Mary Elizabeth MOORE. On July 23, 1889 she was married to James T. SELLERS who died in 1935.
Source: Frankfort Times, November 19, 1937, page 1
Contributed By: John Denning, JohnHarvey@nventure.com