WARREN CO, MS (made in 1809)
lays next to
bordered on the west side by of the Mississippi River
Claiborne County, MS Hinds County, MS Issaquena County, MS
Yazoo County, MS Madison Parish, LA Tensas Parish, LA, CARROLL CO, LA
Warren County was created by act of the General Assembly on December 22, 1809.
The act declared that " all the part of the Mississippi Territory which
lies north of the river Big Black", which at that time included a part
of Old Washington, and the present counties of Issaqueena and Sharkey. It was
the northern most part of the old "Natchez District".
LIVINGSTON CO, KY
LAWRENCE CO, MS
MADISON CO, LA
1816 WARREN CO, MS TAX LIST
Kirkwood Jas., Jr.
Kirkwood Jas., Sr.
1820 WARREN CO, MS CENSUS =
JOHN SELLERS, page 121=000010-31010-0
male 26/45 = 1775/1794
female 26/45= 1775/1794
female 10/16 =1804/10
3 females u 10 = 1810/20
MATTHEW B. SELLERS,page 120=000200-00000-0
2 males 16/26 = 1794/1804
ROBERT GALLAWAY, PAGE 118=230001-13001-0
JAMES KIRKWOOD SR = 000110101001=
JAMES KIRKWOOD JR = 100010301 =
THOMAS TRAVIS, PAGE 119=310110-21010-0
[p.133] Travis, Thomas.
November 25, 1822. Admr: Salem Travis.
Bondsmen: Mathew B. Sellers, Andrew Glass, Bellfield Wrenn.
"General Index to Probates Warren County Chancery Court":
p.162, Probate number 260, Sellers, John, M.B. Sellers,
Admin. (no date)
STEVE, yes, we Must have info.
1850 WARREN CO, MS=
JACOB SELLERS, PAGE 196
LEONARD SELLERS, PAGE 174
Calvin Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1833 Georgia
Elizabeth Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1838 Alabama
Ellen E Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1843 Mississippi
Jacob Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1802 North Carolina
Jane Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1834 Georgia
John R Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1829 Georgia
Leonard Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1830 Pennsylvania;Italy
Thomas G Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1841 Alabama
Welthy Sellers Vicksburg, Warren, MS abt 1815 Georgia
Vicksburg National Cemetery
Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi
Sellers, James, d. 30 Jun 1863, Plot: G 4540, Recruit, Civil War, CO E 23rd IN
>I live in the town of Vicksburg,Mississippi ,Also in Warren county,
>been doing research on the Sellers 'name . In doing so I came across this
>listing. 1880,U.S.Census for Warren County beat
1- >3rd ward- on page 173
William Sellers ,white
>male age 40 yrs ,Married born in Tenn, Mother and Father were both from
>Germany He was listed as a raftsman
>Mary Sellers His wife ,white female married age 37 born in Germany as
were >her Mother and Father , Mary ,ran aboarding house.
>Kouth Henry Sellers , son white male, age 21 born in Ms.listed as a
>William Jr. son, white male age18 yrs. Listed as being a barkeep.born
Rosena Sellers ,daughter white female age 13 --born in
Barbara Sellers ,daughter ,white
>female age 10yrs. Born in Miss.
Robert >Sellers, son white male age 20 --born in Miss. Listed as being a barkeep.
WARREN CO CEMETERIES
From Sara sbsell@vicksburg,com
I also have some graves listed
>Cedar hill Cemetary in the city of Vicksburg,Miss.----------------
>This for the Sellers name. This is listed in DIV C Square 50
>Beginning with: Calvin Sellers DOB 30November 1832 DOD 5th of July 1867
>Minnie Sellers ,daughter DOB 3rd October 1866 DOD 28th June 1877
>Walter Sellers ,son, DOB 22 August1862 DOD29thJune 1863.
>Frank Sellers ,son,DOB 10July 28August1861.
>Isweethea Sellers ? DOB 1June 1815 DOD5 May1862. Just Hope this helps
>some one. Sara sbsell@vicksburg,com
There is supposed to be a cemetary next to Bethel (Redbone Methodist Church)
My GGGGrandfathr is supposed to be buried there Robert Galloway./Ann Sellers.
Anyone out there know if the Church is still active? Robert died 1821
I have a list of everyone buried at Redbone United Methodist Church Cemetery. The only Gallaway buried there is a Margaret Gallaway buried in 1836. The only Sellers is a Benjamin Sellers buried in 1863. Unless they are buried in an unmarked grave. There are several unmarked graves there. People know someone is buried there but they dont know who.Macmom111@AOL.COM
Hi Marie and Kristeen,
I sent a letter to Krisitne,but put the wrong name in,I am sorry. Anyway,I live in Vicksburg,Mississippi and I am familiar with Redbone United Methodist Church.I will try to see what info I can find.
Sincerely Sara Sellers firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Marie and Kristeen,
This is Sara Sellers again.I called our local library and got this info.There is only one Galloway,a Margaret ,who is shown buried in this cemetery.There is a Benjamin Sellers who is buried in Redbone Church,he was born Sept 7,1808,and died in August 10th,1863.
I will try and call the Church on Monday and see if there are any other listings,maybe of people who do not have a marker,or can you suggest anything else? Maybe look in he census for about 1800 or 1820 to see if they are listed there.
Thanks for all you do, Sara Sellers
Subject: RE: [MS-CEM] Re: Redbone Methodist Church.Warren County,MS
You may need to try to contact Ray Cossart RNCossart@aol.com. He may have a photocopy of Bible record and/or know where you may get a copy. Robert GALLAWAY d. 10 Oct 1821 Warren Co., MS; son's (Thomas Galloway) family Bible indicates that he was buried 1 mile east of Warrenton, MS [9 miles south of Vicksburg] next to his wife.
his wife Ann SELLERS d. 10 Deb 1815 Warren Co., MS--son's (Thomas Galloway) family Bible indicates that she was living a few miles east of the county seat, Warrenton, Warren Co., MS at her death.
or, try contacting:
David T. Johnston email@example.com to see if he has some type of documentation that shows Robert, Ann Sellers & Margaret Stephens GALLOWAY were buried at Redbone Methodist
Margaret d. 1836 Warren Co., MS
Redbone Methodist Ch. still active - 43 Burnt House Rd. Vicksburg; office 638-9455 Linda Mooney, sec.
From: Ben Sessions [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2006 5:52 PM
Subject: Re: [MS-CEM] Re: Redbone Methodist Church.Warren County,MS
For a lot of info,click on:
Or just go to webcrawler.com and type in Redbone Methodist Church . Good Luck.Hope you find the cemetery.
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There is supposed to be a cemetary next to Bethel (Redbone Methodist Church) My GGGGrandfathr is supposed to be buried there Robert Galloway./Ann Sellers. Anyone out there know if the Church is still active? Robert died 1821 Kristeen galloway Kg1249.email@example.com