John Sellers [firstname.lastname@example.org] (2011)
John Sellers [email@example.com] 2008
firstname.lastname@example.org (march 2006)
NEVER sent a chart to SELLERS LIST, msh, nov, 2008, We need, so others can follow these families to other counties!OR I didn't receive/save?
Thu, 4 Apr 2002 22:29:35 -0600
Dear Researchers: Thanks for for great comments Ed and Mimi. I joined the
list when I got back from Carthage. I will be happy to share my Sellers
info and hopefully we can make some connections. My earliest known ancestor
is my great great grandfather( as Ed said) Thomas F. Sellers born April,
1815 according to a grandsons bible in Brunswick N. C. . He died on May 8,
1871, in Union Parish, La. He lived in Russell County Alabama from at least
the mid 1830's till 1858 when he moved to La. Thanks, John A. Sellers
Is Anyone familiar with the Thomas F. Sellers born Apr 23rd , 1815 in
> Brunswick Co. N. C. and marries Nancy Threadgill in Russell Co. Ala.
> in Jan 1838?
> John Sellers
We have talked in years previous. I connect to their eldest
son Elisha Thomas who moves with his parents to Union Parish, La in 1858.
John Sellers [email@example.com]
JOHN, I belive you have shared your SELLERS with us in Russell Co, Al.
We have a few SELLERS who have done DNA tests that connect to the early SELLERS = Benjamin SELLERS kids.
We need to prove each families children.
Would you be interested in doing a dna test = about 100 dollars OR if willing and need funds, we can put you on a "wanted funds" list. (we have all been there= we are family)
Many of these may prove back to Benjamin Sellers 1720/40, But, we need help
on proving whose kids are who!
AND if possibly another family in here? = Jacob Sellers 1720= Duplin/New Hanover, NC etc,
Thanks for your help, etc.
IS this same JOHN A. SELLERS in TX or do I have it misconnected? marie, iowa
JOHN A. SELLERS is a fifth- generation native to Hopkins County, Texas. He graduated from Texas Tech University, with a degree in advertising/public relations and received his teaching certificate in history from Texas A & M, Commerce. Mr. Sellers has been doing genealogical research since 1985. His favorite area of research is in the courthouse, and he has visited courthouses in several southern states, conducting extensive research in Texas and Louisiana. An active member of the Hopkins County Genealogical Society, he served eight years on the executive board and as President, 1997-1998. John has been featured on radio's Family History Show. He was a speaker at the National Genealogical Society Conference in Houston in 1994 and Federation of Genealogical Society's National Conferences in 1997and 2004. He has been the featured speaker for over 40 all-day seminars including Lawton, Oklahoma; Roswell, New Mexico; Caddo, Ouachita, and Winn Parishes, Louisiana; and Jefferson, Waco, Tyler, Amarillo, Brenham, Canton, and Luling, Texas. The featured speaker at the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Genealogical Conference at the Alamo in 2002 and 2003, he has given several programs at both local and regional conferences. He completed Samford University's Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research course on Advanced Methodology in 1995. John compiled an addendum to the 1850 Census of Hopkins County and is the author of a historical newspaper article called Hopkins County Remembered. John has been a faculty member for Angelina College Genealogy Conference since 1999. John is a loan officer with City national Bank of Sulphur Springs.