KENTON CO, KENTUCKY(Covington) (made in 1840 from Campbell Co,Ky)
lays next to

FRANCES PAGE

JOHN MICHAEL SELLERS1760 PAGE

JOHN'S PAGE

JANINE'S PAGE

REWOODS PAGE

JAMES' PAGE

JACKSON CO, IL

CONNIE'S PAGE

WAYLAND_ROUSE  FAMILY

CHEERS = CHADD FAMILY



1840 KENTON CO, KY=
MICHAEL SOLER, PAGE 271 Covington 3rd ward(NEED ages) =


OTHER NEIGHBORS =
MARK MOORE, PAGE 274 COVINGTON 4TH WARD
MARY MOORE, PAGE 274 COVINGTON 4TH WARD
NANCY MOORE, PAGE 256, NO TWN
JOSEPH WAYLAND, PAGE 288, NO TWN
WHERE'S DURHAM/DAVID SELLERS from BOONE CO, KY?


1850= KENTON CO, KY

Philip SELLERS 60 PA, page 231, Covington City
Kaziah 44 Ky
Lydia 21 Ky
Nancy 18 Ky
Israel 13 Ky
Foster 13 Ky
Andrew J. 8 Ky
Martha ? 7 Ky
Estha J. JAQUEY? 15 Ky

Durham SELLERS 34 Md, page l29, no twp
SELLERS, Durham E. & Viranda ROUSE, 17 June 1841, m by MR, b Alexander Rouse, c by father Moses
Rouse, Moses & Alexander were brothers, Kenton Co., KY
Vivinda 27 Ky
Thomas 8 Ky
Nancy 6 Ky
Augutia HULL 20 Ky
Mary BENSON 20 Ky

Thomas SELLERS 22 Pa
Harriett 21 Ky
Cornelia 1 f Ky'
next
Benjamin Thornton 90 Va (Thornton Page)
Mary 60 Va

Jane SELLORS 18 Ky
Jacob SELLORS 25 Ky, married this year-no job listed
with Fredrick and Mary GEDGE 45eng/45ky (LastName is written Gedge T Bros)
listed as Merchant

R.H. PERRY 40 Ky
Catherine 38 Ky
Mary A. 15 Ky
Sarah D. 13 Ky
Nancy 8 Ky
Jane 5 Ky
Kate 11/12 Ky
Robert SIMMONS 25 Ky
J. W. Menzie 32m Ky

MANY POSSIBILITIES OF NAMES - IF your family is close - read EVERY name on census!
MOSES MOORE 28 KY, no occupation
AMERICA 25 KY
NANCY J. 5 KY
ELIZABETH 1 KY
AARON SHOE 33 MICH, boatman
MORGAN BENSON 22 OH, no occupation
SILVIA JESIQUEX 9F KY

living next are Harden, Carroll, Cutwright
ALSO in KENTON CO - not same page =
SUSAN SOLARE 30 KY
GEORGE 4 KY
LOUISA 1 KY
A. CONRADE 35 KY
THOMAS CONRADE 8 KY
MARGARET A. CONRADE? 5 ky
next to WADEL

FREDERICK GEDGE  T BROS, 45 ENG, MERCHANT
MARY 45 KY
JANE SELLERS 18 KY
JACOB SELLERS 25 KY (married within yr)
MARY GEDGE 16 KY
WASHINGTON I/J 9 KY
JANE E. 65 ENG
SARAH LANCASTER 52 KY

MITCHEL JUDGE 40 N?HC(place of birth)
ELIZABETH 39 VA
and kids KY
and ELLEN SELLERS 18 OH

next is DASHA HAVENS 52F KY
HIRAM 25 KY
REBECCA 21 PA?
HENRY 23 KY
and others
and WILLIAM MOORE 22 KY
JOHN MOORE 10 KY
ELLEN MOORE 8 KY
CORNELIUS? 1m KY
FLORINDA 1F KY
JOHN MOORE 28 KY
DASHA MOORE 3 KY
SYNDERILLA 6/12 F KY

IF you know any of the MOORES may help =
DO we know ANY of these SELLERS?
marie, iowa

1860 KENTON CO, KY = (ck Campbell Co, KY)
SELLERS =


FROM  JANINE
Jcardis@aol.com
1860 census for Kenton Co I found
                   America Moore f 37  occupation farmer Value Real Estate10800

Value Per Estate 18000
                   Jno Moore m 16
                   Polly Layson f 75 Value per Estate 3000
                   Jno Layson m 65 occupation Negro Trading Value per Estate 4000 all born in KY


FROM JANINE
Jcardis@aol.com
In the 1870 Census for Bourbon County I found America Moore 45 f black
occupation Domestic Servant b KY

Mollie Moore 25 f black occupation Domestic Servant b KY
in the household of Charles S. Brent, banker

I had already sent the marriage record of America Jane Sellers and Moses
Moore 11/5/1841 in Campbell County.
I found Kenton Co KY Redman's Cemetery, on Decoursey Pike about 13 miles
from Rosedale on left, back from road.
"Some inscriptions are illegible"
Sarah Ellie Daughter of
L.J. & S.J. Sellers
Born Jan 19, 1858
Died Jan 24, 1978

Husband
Thomas J. Sellers
Born July 28, 1842
Died Dec 23, 1913

Our Little Angel
Infant daughter of
T. & S. Sellers
Born Feb 8, 1881
Died Feb 25, 1881

Clarence, Son of
T.J & S.J. Sellers
Born July 28, 1868
Died Nov 5, 1891

Sibella Winston wife of
John Bittle
Born Dec 19, 1829
Died Jan 23, 1889

Mother Sarah G. Winston
Born Oct 3, 1801
Died Jan 23,  1889

Wm. Horsfall
Co H
37 KY Inf.

????? Son of Wm & A. Horsfall
Born Nov 29, 1876
Died Nov 13, 1886
Agness, Daughter of J.S & S.C Winston
Born April 13, 1839
Died Nov 11, 1855

Father
Joseph Winston
Born May 14, 1794
Died Sept 26, 1882

Wife, Sarah J
Wife of T. J. Sellers
Born March 20, 1846
Died June 28, 1920

I hope this info is not too redundant

That is all I have at this time.
Janine Cardis
Jcardis@aol.com



CIVIL WAR FILES =


1870 KENTON CO, KY
MICHAEL SELLER, PAGE 152, 5W COVINGTON
JANE E. SELLERS, PAGE 15, 3W COVINGTON
THOMAS J. SELLERS, PAGE 288 COKES PCT


1880 KENTON CO, KY

Fred. G. Sellers Ella Covington, Kenton, KY abt 1851 Kentucky Self (Head)
Ella Sellers Fred. G. Covington, Kenton, KY abt 1853 Kentucky Wife
Edward Sellers Covington, Kenton, KY abt 1857 Kentucky Brother
Jennie Sellers Covington, Kenton, KY abt 1859 Kentucky Sister
William Sellers Covington, Kenton, KY abt 1861 Kentucky Brother

 

=

Can anyone identify who Ellen Byran, dob 17 Sep 1839, dod 2 Sep 1914 in Kenton County, KY is? Fred Sellers of Covington is listed as the informant on her death certificate.

Sherri
Sherri [ldrbelties@earthlink.net]
=

CHECK OWEN CO, KY, msh

=====
from Sandi Gorin [sgorin@glasgow-ky.com]

TIP #825 – KY DELAYED BIRTH CERTIFICATE INDEX – KENTON CO – PART 3

Raymond T MAINES,13 Oct 09, Kentn, Lizzie Sellers,242,49726

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1920 KENTON CO, KY
Fredrick G Sellers Covington Ward 1, Kenton, Kentucky abt 1856 Kentucky White , BOTH PARENTS KY
ELLEN M. 63 KY
NO KIDS

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From: RHONDA
             Rewoods69@aol.com
    Here is the obituary for my Great Grandfather Andrew Jackson Sellers son of
Phillip Sellers and Kezziah Green, as it was written the the Hamilton
Journal News, Hamilton Ohio: 7 June 1920
     Andrew J. Sellers died at the National Soliders home in the vicinity
of Dayton Ohio, on Sunday morning at an early hour, of paralysis at the age of
80 years, four months and one day. He is survied by 2 sons and 4 daughters.
Wm. F Sellers, Fairfield Township, Frank M. Sellers, Hamilton Ohio, Mrs. Wm
Camery, Madisonville, Mrs. Grant Monut, Covington Ky, Mrs Gus Woodward,
Sharpsburg Ky. and Mrs Bert Ship of Sevenmile Ohio, 28 grandchildren and 15
great grandchildren. He was a vetern of  Co. C Fifth Ohio Volunteer
regiment, in the Civil War. He also served in the 10th Ky. Cavarly. The body will be
taken to Mentor Ky. for interment on Tuesday.


        From: RHONDA
             Rewoods69@aol.com

Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed.,
Kenton Co.

JOHN M. CHAMBERS, M. D., was born in Madison, Ind., Jun 19, 1833. His
father, Anthony Chambers, a farmer, was born in Nelson County, Ky., March
23, 1797.  He acquired only a common-school education in youth, and began
life with nothing.  He was married in 1817 to Miss Nancy, a daughter of
Garrett and Hannah (Marshall) Blue, both of Virginia, the latter of
Hampshire County.  The Blue family are of English origin, and Mrs. Blue
was connected with the same family that Humphrey and Hon. Thomas Marshall
sprang from.  Anthony Chambers, soon after marriage, removed to Jefferson
County, Ind., where he entered a tract of Government land of sixty acres
at $1.25 per acre, and during his life lived in moderate circumstances,
quiet and retired.  He died December 29, 1884, the father of six children:
Mary E. (McKay), Ahimaaz, Garrett B., John M., Ladema (wife of Dr.
Copeland) and Jephtha.  John M. and Ladema are now living.  He was a
member of the Free Will Baptist Church, as is also his wife, who is still
living in the eighty-eight year of her age (1887), but who has been a
cripple during the past five years of her life.  Garrett B. Chambers was a
minister of the Free Will Baptist Church in Campbell County, Ky., forty-two
years, and died in Little Rock, Ark., in September, 1884, in the sixty-
third year of his age.  Ahimaaz Chambers, grandfather of Dr. Chambers, was
born in Kentucky, and was a farmer.  He was a slave holder, and was married
to Miss Deborah Marshall, related also to the celebrated Kentucky family
of Marshalls, and they were the parents of five children: Isaac, Anthony,
John, Ellen and Magdalena.  He died in an old age, was never in any war
or held any office, but his son, Isaac, was in the war of 1812,
participating in the battle of New Orleans.  Some of the brothers of
Ahimaaz Chambers and his father were in the American Revolution, and drew
pensions in the latter part of their lives.  The Chambers family are of
English origin, and came from Virginia to Kentucky.  John M. Chambers was
educated in schools of Jefferson County, Indiana, and in 1852 entered the
College of Franklin, Johnson Co., Ind., where he received a scientific
education, graduating in 1854.  In 1856 he began reading medicine under
the preceptorship of Dr. J. R. Halderman, of Madison, Ind., and in 1857
attended a course of lectures in the medical department of the University
of New York, graduating from that institution in the spring of 1859.  He
located at Independence in the fall of 1859, and began the practice of his
profession, which he has continued without intermission until the present
time, 1887.  On December 1, 1866, he was married to Miss Nancy J. Sellers,
a daughter of Durham Sellers, a native and a farmer and teacher of Kenton
County.  To this marriage was born Schuyler S., who died in infancy.  Mrs.
Chambers, who was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, died
September 30, 1868, in the twenty-third year of her age.  Dr. Chambers
was next married on January 5, 1871, to Miss Margaret, a daughter of James
H. Metcalf, whose history appears in this work.  To this second marriage
have been born four children, two of whom died in infancy, and Nannie
Belle, who died in her third year; Dawson is still living.  Dr. Chambers
also carries on a farm of 250 acres worth $15,000 in addition to the
practice of his profession.  In ante bellum days Dr. Chambers was a
Democrat, but since then has changed to Republican.  He was assessor of
Jefferson County, Ind., served two terms as county school commissioner,
was police judge of Independence, was commissioned colonel of Kenton
County militia by Gov. Bramblette, and in 1879, though in a strongly
Democratic county, was elected to represent Kenton County in the Lower
House of the Kentucky Legislature over the Democratic nominee by a
majority of 256 votes.  Isaac Chambers served a term in the Indiana
Legislature.



MARRIAGES
Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

BAKER, James & Nancy SELLERS, 17 June 1841, BD, b James Mefford, Campbell Co., KY


Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

CHADD, James & Nancy SELLERS, 13 Jan. 1848, m by MR, b D.E. Sellers, Kenton Co., KY

ROSE, Aquilla & Martha FIELDS, 4 Sept. 1845, m by JGE, b John Sellers, Kenton Co., KY

Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

SELLERS, Durham E. & Viranda ROUSE, 17 June 1841, m by MR, b Alexander Rouse, c by father Moses
Rouse, Moses & Alexander were brothers, Kenton Co., KY

Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

SELLERS, Jacob & Jane E. GEDGE, 11 Apr. 1850, m by AD, b F.G. Gedge, Kenton Co., KY

SELLERS, Thomas & Harriet BENSON, 19 Sept. 1849, m by MR, b Samuel Benson, Kenton Co., KY

WAYLAND, James P. & Catherine SELLERS, 15 July 1841, m by MR, b John Rouse, Kenton Co., KY