MADISON PARISH , LA
Madison Parish which was until 1838 part of Carroll Parish.

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ck ISAAC SELLERS 1786

CK LAWRENCE CO, LA

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Honore Morancy built one of the most
beautiful houses in northeast Louisiana at Milliken's Bend..

Jean Francois Morancy and a brother
acquired property in the island and became extensive planters and slave owners.

Jean Francois Morancy was married in St. Domingo to Mademoiselle Honorine Molinery,
a granddaughter of Madam Bouligny, the ceremony being performed by Father Pierre.
From this marriage there were six children, Joseph, Victoire, Melanie, Honore,
Pierre, Thadeus, and Emile. Their tranquility was of short duration, however,
as the insurrection of the slaves in St. Domingo was, if possible, worse than the
Revolution in France from which they had escaped.

At the beginning of the Revolution in St. Domingo the Morancys took refuge in
the town of Aux Cayes, where the mother died of yellow fever. Soon after Jean
Francois Morancy, his brother, and his wife's brother, with other members of
the family, were killed by the negroes when the town was captured and sacked.

Three of the children, Victoire, aged thirteen, Honore Pierre, about ten, and
Emile, five years of age, were saved by a servant belonging to the family, and
finally reached the United States,landing at Charleston, South Carolina, from
whence they were sent to Baltimore. Influential friends received them there, and
the history of their escape and description of their confiscated property in the
Island of St. Domingo, comprising several valuable plantations, was authenticated
and forwarded to the French Government, which recognized their claim and allowed
them an indemnity for many years.

Honore Pierre, the oldest son, was taken in charge by the Abbe Mercier, and
educated at St.Mary's College, Emmettsburg, Maryland. Madam LePeltier, a refugee
from France, assumed the care of Victoire and Emile, and about a year afterwards
some relations or friends took Victoire to the Island of Margalanti, in the West
Indies, where she grew up, married, went to France, and died there. Madam LePeltier
was recalled to France, and Emile entered the family of Mrs. Harper, a daughter of
Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, and was educated with her son, Charles Harper, at
Emmettsburg, under the patronage of Charles Carroll, who furnished the means for
his graduation in the profession of medicine. (NOTE: Charles Carroll was the only
Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence.)

Honore Pierre's name was changed to Honore Perigny, in gratitude to Madam LePeltier,
whose family name was Perigny. After the death of the Abbe Mercier, Honore Perigny
finished his education, and was Professor of French, Greek, and Latin in the college
at Natchez, Mississippi, until 1818, when on the 16th of July of that year he was
married (to Eliza Jane Lowry). He afterwards moved to Louisiana, where he entered
large tracts of land, and at the breaking out of the Civil War was one of the
wealthiest and most prominent planters in that State. He held many public offices,
and died at the advanced age of eighty-six in 1881. When in the Legislature he named
the Parish of Carroll in honor of his benefactor, Charles Carroll.

His son, Louis Morancy, married Agnes Morancy (sic), a daughter of Joseph Anderson and
Tunstella Kinkead, who was a daughter of Anne Quarles and Archibald Kinkead.

Emile Morancy, above referred to, married Agnes Kinkead, a sister of Tunstella, and
besides these two intermarriages of the Quarles' and Morancys, two of Honore Perigny
Morancy's grandsons, Thomas and Honore Jackson, married two of the descendants of the
Quarles', whose ancestor was Tunstal Quarles, who married Susannah, a daughter of
Ambrose Edwards.

From "Old King William Homes and Families" by Peyton Neale Clarke 1966

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THIS doesn't lead to
Martha Ann Sellers Emilius Morancy 28 May 1838 East Carroll MARRIAGE, but, must be close connection? msh

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MORANCY, HONORE P 01/17/1835 1422 LA0860__.195 13

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1840 MADISON PARISH, LA
Morancy H. P. 121 No Twp Listed

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1850 MADISO PARISH, LA SLAVE SCHEDULE
Morancy H. P. 191 73-75
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1850 MADISON PARISH, LA CENSUS
Morancy Agnes 7/12 Louisiana 375 381a
Morancy Bettie 20 Kentucky 375 381a
Morancy Caroline 15 Louisiana 372 381a
Morancy Eliza J. 47 Kentucky 372 381
Morancy Francis E. 32 Mississippi Physician 375 381a
Morancy H. P. 54 Santo Domingo Planting 372 381
Morancy Lewis 18 Louisiana 372 381a
Morancy Onorious 13 Louisiana 372 381a
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1860 MADISON PARISH, LA CENSUS

Morancy Agnes 23 303 198 Mississippi
Morancy Agnes 10 300 166 Louisiana
Morancy E. 33 300 166 Kentucky Planter
Morancy Emelius 6 300 166 Louisiana
Morancy F. E. 2 300 166 Louisiana
Morancy H. M. 23 291 84 Louisiana Planter
Morancy H. P. 8 300 166 Louisiana
Morancy Honore P. 63 291 84 Santo Domingo Planter
Morancy L. M. 28 303 198 Louisiana Planter
Morancy Mrs. E. J. 67 291 84 Kentucky

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H P Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 63 1796 St Domingo Male
E J Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 67 1792 Kentucky Female (looks like Mrs. E.J. ?)
View Record H M Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 23 1836 Louisiana Male


View Record E Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 32 1827 Kentucky Female
View Record Agnes Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 10 1849 Louisiana Female
View Record H P Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 8 1851 Louisiana Male , JR on census
View Record Amelius Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 6 1853 Louisiana Male
View Record F E Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 2 1857 Louisiana Male

View Record L M Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 28 1831 Louisiana Male
View Record Agmes Morancy Not Stated, Madison, LA 23 1836 Mississippi Female
JOHN DALEY 22 NC, OVERSEER

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NAME C S Age Image HH Ward Birth State

1870 MADISON PARISH, LA CENSUS
Morancy Amelia w f 32 102a 204 3 Mississippi
Morancy Eliza w f 66 105 253 3 Kentucky
Morancy Honore P. w m 73 105 253 3 West Indies
Morancy Lewis w m 38 102a 204 3 Louisiana
Morancy May w f 8 102a 204 3 Louisiana
Morancy Parker b m 20 149 23 5a Louisiana
Morancy Sam b m 70 149 23 5a Virginia
Morancy Virginia w f 1 102a 204 3 Louisiana

1879 Morancy E. J. Inglesfield Plantation 1,340 $13,800 953
1879 Morancy F. E., Est of Stockland Plantation 960 $2,500 952



1880 MADISON PARISH, LA CENSUS

Sellars Sallie m f 33 249 112 3w Mississippi (where 1860/70 =

Morancy Agnes, Mrs. w f 43 247 62 3w Mississippi
Morancy E. J., Mrs. w f 77 247 59 3w Kentucky
Morancy H. P. w m 84 247 59 3w San Domingo
Morancy Louis w m 9 247 62 3w Louisiana
Morancy Mamie w f 19 247 62 3w Louisiana
Morancy Victoria w f 12 247 62 3w Louisiana

1900 MADISON PARISH, LA CENSUS

Morancy L. T. Head w m 5 106a 391 29 Louisiana
NO SELLERS

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----- Original Message -----
From: "marie sellers hollinger" <mari@netins.net>
To: "HERMON B FAGLEY" <hermfagley@juno.com>; <SELLERS-L@rootsweb.com>;
<sollars@concentric.net>
Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2001 9:56 AM
Subject: Learner, Sellers, Miles Harper, Tom C Brown  Natchez, MS-ARK-LA
 

> Would there be any connection between Isaac and Samuel SELLERS/SOLLARS of
> Clermont and Fayette Co, Oh?
> ISAAC SOLLARS had goods in MS when he died in 1830's.
> And was LA mentioned?
> marie, iowa
>
> HERMON B FAGLEY wrote:
>
> > PART IIIThis is the html version of the file
> >            http://www.centenary.edu/lib_tech/archives/part3.doc.
> >             G o o g l e automatically generates html versions of
> > documents as we   crawl the web.
> >           These search terms have been highlighted: learner blackman
> >
> > PART III
> > EARLY METHODIST CIRCUIT RIDERS
> >
> > AND THOSE WHO FOLLOWED THEM
> >
> > TO THE WASHITAW AREA
> > AND TO
> > MONROE, LOUISIANA
> >
> > For the year given I have tried to show that names of the Bishops,
> > Presiding > > Elders, and Pastors and  appointments    1792-1969
> > >
> > >  [REV LORENZO DOW WAS WITH BLACKMAN,1806-08 NATCHEZ
> >
> > Some missing data can be added laterâ?¦.Some special events are
> > notedâ?¦.
> > Apointments to Natchez, from which grew Methodist work in Mississippi,
> > Louisiana, Alabama and Texas â?" and to â?oWashitaâ??, Monroe
> > and West Monroe.
> > Many humble, dedicated and self-sacrificing people have made possible the
> >
> > Methodism of today.
> > >
> > HLJ  July 28, 1969
> > >
> > EARLY METHODIST CIRCUIT RIDERS AND THOSE WHO FOLLOWED THEM TO
> > â?oWASHITAWâ??
> > AREA AND TO MONROE, LOUISIANA
> >
> > YEAR BISHOP  CONFERECE,  DISTRICT  PRESIDING ELDERS   APPOINTMENT
> >
> > 1801-03 ASBURY SOUTH CARLINA, GEORGIA  STITH MEAD    NATCHEZ- TOBIAS
> > GIBSON
> >
> > 1803 ASBURY WESTERN  KENTUCKY  WM. McKendree    Natchez- Tobias Gibson
> >
> > 1804 Asbury  Western   Cumberland  John Page    Natchez â?" Moses
> > Floyd
> >                             (Tobias Gibson died on April 5, 1804)
> >
> > 1805 Asbury  Western   Cumberland  Lewis Garrett    Natchez- Moses Floyd
> >
> > 1806   (In this year Elisha Brown visited New Orleans and Opelousas)
> > Natchez
> > â?" Learner Blackman
> >
> >                      (In this year Learner Blackman traveled in the  Washitaw
> > area     and Nathan Barnes
> >
> >                      and CAME TO MONROE (Washitaw Post) Sept 2, 1806)
> >
> > 1807   Western   Mississippi District Learner Blackman     Natchez
â?"
> > Nathan  Barnes
> >                            Thomas Lasley
> >
> > 1808   (First appointment to â?oWASHITAWâ?? Learner Blackman PE
> > Ochitto â?"
> > Thomas Lasley
> >
> > 1809 Asbury        Joseph Young PE    Washitaw â?" Anthony Houston
> >
> > 1810         John McLure PE    Washitaw â?" Isaac McKowen
> >
> > 1811 Asbury & McKendree      Miles Harper PE    Washitaw â?" John
> > Jennings
> >
> > 1812         Samuel Dunwoody PE   Washitaw â?" Thomas Griffin
> >
> > 1813 Asbury&McKendree Tennessee Conference Louisiana District Miles
> > Harper
> > Washitaw â?" Miles Harper
> >
> > 1814  Samuel Sellers First Meeting of Mississippi Conference at home of
> > Newt
> > Vick
> >
> >               **(On Nov. 14th 1814Conf. met on Nov 25th 1814, Richmond
> > Nolley  died enroute to his appointment)
> >
> > 1815 Samuel Sellers  Mississippi Conference Louisiana District
> > Washitaw
> > â?" Thos. Griffin
> >
> > 1816 No Bishop Mississippi Conference (La.Dist.omitted) (Shortage of
men)
> >
> > Washitaw -  unsupplied
> >
> > 1817 No Bishop Met Home of WM. & Rachel Foster La. Dist.Ashley Hewitt
> > Washitaw- Ashley Hewitt
> >
> > 1818 No Bishop Met at Midway    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                                 John
> > Menefee PE
> >   Washitaw â?" John Booth
> >
> > 1819 (Ashley Hewitt)    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   John Menefee, PE
> > Washitaw
> > â?" John Booth
> >
> > 1820  Enoch George    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Ashley Hewitt PE
> > Washitaw
> > â?" Thos. Owens
> >
> > 1821  (Ashley Hewitt)     Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Ashley Hewitt PE
> > Washitaw
> > â?" Ashley Hewitt
> >
> > 1822  Enoch George    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Ashley hewitt PE
> > Washitaw
> > â?" Ashley Hewitt
> >
> > 1823  William Winans    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Ebenezer Hearn PE
> > Washita
> > â?" Alexander, WM.

> > 1824 Bishop Roberts    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Ebenezer Hearn, PE
> > Washita
> > â?" Elijah B. McKay
> >
> > 1825 Bishop Joshua Soule   Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Ashley Hewitt, PE
> > Washita
> > â?" Thos. C. Brown
> >
> > 1826 Roberts & Soule    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Alexander Talley, PE
> >
> > Washitaw â?" John G. Jones
> >
> >                    *** (See Historian)
> >
> > 1827 Roberts & Soule    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Alexander Talley PE
> >
> > Washita- John Cotton
> >
> > 1828      Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Wm. Stephenson
> > Washita
> > â?" Richard H. Herbert
> >
> > 1829      Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Wm. Stephenson
> > Washita
> > â?" Francis A. McWilliams
> >
> > 1830 Bishop Roberts    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   Wm. Stephenson
> > Washita
> > â?" Jephthah Hughes
> >
> >     1831. Ebenezer   Hearn &   Louisiana District
> >
> >        Jas. H. Holland     Wm. Stephenson PE     Washitaw â?" Isaac
> > Enochs
> >
> > 1832 Bishop Roberts   First Mention to Monroe District
> >
> >                                            Wm. Stephenson, PE
> > Washita â?"
> > W. Leggett
> >
> > 1833 James O. Andrew    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   O. L. Nash PE
> > Washitaw
> > â?" S. Walker, J. Bilbo
> >
> > 1834 John B. Emory    Louisiana District
> >
> >                                                   O. L. Nash PE
> > Monroe â?"
> > J. P. Stephenson

> >     1835. William   Winans    Louisiana District

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