MONROE CO, INDIANA (made in 1818 from Orange Co)
lays next to Brown, Lawrence, Greene, Owen, Morgan, Jackson



 CONNIE'S PAGE

1820 MONROE CO, INDIANA CENSUS =

JOHN F.SLLRS = 000010/10100/0100=(HARRISON CO,KY)
1 MALE 26/45
1 FEMALE 16/25
1 FEMALE UNDER 10 



           Wed, 15 May 2002 17:44:46 EDT
      From: FRANK
           Sellersgen@aol.com

Information I have about John Finley Sellers, father of Milton Hawkins
Sellers of Taylor Co., IA.   Where a source is available, I have noted it.
Census records already checked for Milton Hawkins Sellers confirms some of
this information.

Mormon source records say John Finley Sellers was a son of John Sellers and
Elizabeth Finley, whereas The Ochiltree Family genealogy of 1916 says he was
a son of Nathan Sellers.  However, the will left by Nathan Sellers did not
mention John Finley Sellers.

b. February 22, 1791 in Kentucky.
d. January 12, 1875 in Putnam Co., IN.
m. Rebecca Sellers, July 24, 1817 in Garrard Co., KY.

John Finley Sellers and Rebecca Sellers were first cousins.  Rebecca Sellers
was a daughter of James Sellers, brother of John Finley Sellers.

John Finley Sellers family moved from Garrard Co., KY to Monroe Co., IN in
1819, staying for three years, then moved to Putnam Co., IN.
 



1830 MONROE CO,IN

1850 MONROE CO, IN=

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from GEORGIA
Georgia L. Fletcher [chickfletcher@comcast.net]

1860 Monroe County, Indiana
Smithville Post Office
Clear Creek Township
enumerated 14 July 1860
F. B. Southland, 40, M, farmer, $1,500/$570, NC (ck Laurel Co, Ky) (ck 1870 Lawrence Co, In)
Elizabeth Southland, 36, F, KY
Susan Southland, 13, F, IN
Nancy Southland, 11, F, IN
Emmet Southland, 6, M, IN
Mary Southland, 4, F, IN
Edward Southland, 2, M, IN

 

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1880 MONROE CO, IN=


1900 MONROE CO, IN=
Kate Sellars 53 ky, va,ky, wd, 6/5
Amy Skirvin 22 ky,ky,ky, dau, M6yrs, 3/2
Henry Skirvin 30
Horace Skirvin 3
Maud Skirvin 10/12

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Subject:  [INMONROE] Court Cases: A. Mitchell & E. Todd,

Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Courier, January 19, 1904, p. 1.

Cases Disposed of On Civil Docket.
Nearly all of yesterday afternoon in Circuit court was taken up in the suit of Alice Mitchell against Elizabeth Todd to declare of unsound mind. The case is now in the hands of the jury.

Sellers Seegar Co., against Ada Westmoreland, account, judgment of $43.24 for the plaintiffs.

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1910 MONROE CO, IN



1920 MONROE CO, IN=
GEORGE SELLERS 14 IN grandson of NATHANIEL P. BROWN

Isaac D. Adamson/ Rachel Sellers
Bloomington (IN) Daily Telephone, August 23, 1915, p. 1.

REFUSED FOOD 44 DAYS:  DIES

Firmly refusing all food for forty two days, Isaac D. Adamson, aged 77
years, literally starved himself to death at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Rachel Sellers on Garvey Lane, says the Bedford Mail.

Nothing would induce the aged man to take nourishment and that fact coupled
with his age resulted in his death Friday.


  From:
       Dorothy Skirvin Plaisted <dplaist@rea-alp.com>
       GC-Monroe County In. Query Forum
URL:      http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/In/Monroe/11319
Subject:  Amy Sellers

Surname: skirvin
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James Henry Skirvin b. 1869 Bloomington Monroe Co. Indiana m. Amy Sellers
b. 1878
Children Horace Skirvin b. april 3 1897 m Sept. 29, 1919 Nora Jane Blottie
there children Tami Skirvin

Betty Skirvin
Mary Elizabeth Skirvin b1922
James Skirvin 1923
Robert Skirvin 1930
David Skirvin

Maude Skirvin b. july 22 1899 m. Arthur Lee Neal m. Oct 28 1919. Children
Arthur Lee Neal Jr. b 1920
R. Ruth Neal b. 1921
Harvey Neal b.1925
Dorothy Neal b.1929

Katherine Skirvin m. april 22 1906 1st hus.Darrel l. Adams.b1902
2nd hus. Lawrence Woolery.

Henry Roland Skirvin b 1908 m. Martha Fielder b Feb 25 1909

Gregg Skirvin m 1st hus. Everrett Baugh m. March 23 1933
2nd hus. Lee Schrock



Wed, 27 Mar 2002 06:54:53 -0700
  From:
       Randi Richardson <GFTL@bluemarble.net>
     INMONROE-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [INMONROE] Mrs. C. C. McHenry Visited by Daughter
 

Bloomington (IN) Telephone, Jan 6, 1919, p. 2.

Mrs. Noble Sellers and daughter, Miss Barbara, returned toay from
Stinesville after a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
McHenry.


:  [INMONROE] List of Letters Remaining at Post Office as of January

 

Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Courier, January 15, 1904, p. 1.

Letter List.

List of letters remaining in the Post Office at Bloomington, Indiana January 12, 1904.

Ladies list-Sarah S. Adkins, Miss Florence Bryan, Miss Alla Butcher, Jennie Fowler, Miss Lillie Jackson, Miss Nellie Robinson, Mrs. Oscar Sanburn, Miss Rose Ward.

Gentlemens list-James W. Anderson, Smith Burton, Peter Bishop, Clyde W.
Carter, Charley [illegible]ningore, Wm. Cowgill, Dave Dest [illegible] Homer Ellis, Ralph Ellis, Charles M. [illegible]ney, Homer A. Howard, John Hoard, Welmer S. Kerth, Jos. A. Link, Riley Lawson, Idial Kisor, Stuart R. Meyers, D. Skirvin, James Sherfey, E. M. Sellers, Will T. Schell, Elmer Ziler.

When calling for letters please say advertised and give date.
                                L. V. BUSKIRK, P. M.

 

Constance T. Shotts, Ed.D., CG(SM)

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