PERRY CO, OHIO (made in 1818 from Washington, Fairfield, Muskingum)
lays next to Muskingum,


SCOTT'S PAGE

J.SELLERS'  PAGE

MILE'S PAGE

BROWN FAMILY

LOIS'  PAGE = RODMAN family

JOHN SELLERS 1775/1839 BIBLE copies from bible in our possession = for sale to proven member of this family.

Huntington Co., In

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CEM, by Catharine Fedochak (bottom of page or make sep page)

MARRIAGES =

SELLARS Abigal          Wilson, Thomas          3-19-1846       Perry
SELLARS Elizabeth       Miller, Nathan          9-??-1835       Perry
SELLARS Essey           Cooper, Daniel          5-26-1821       Perry
SELLARS Evaline         Hodges, J. P.           2-9-1873        Morrow
SELLARS Eveline         Rinehart, William       11-7-1863       Perry
SELLARS Isaac           Randolph, Julian        5-26-187?       Perry
SELLARS James           Minor, Mary             4-15-1834       Perry
SELLARS Lear            Drumm, Jonathon         6-1-1877        Perry
SELLARS Margaret        Olive, David            3-30-1845       Perry
SELLARS Mary R.         Reynolds, Ebenezer      8-16-1859       Perry
SELLARS Naomia          Wilson, Joseph G.       11-11-1841      Perry
SELLARS Sarah S.        Hitchcock, Isaac W.     1-25-1866       Perry
SELLARS William         Plummer, Cass Ann       8-10-1848       Perry
SELLER  Henry           Inguins, Charlotte      9-9-1832        Perry
SELLERS Frances         Rutledge, Jacob         2-16-1830       Perry
SELLERS Isaac           Rhodes, Mary Ann W.     12-12-1839      Perry
SELLERS Jacob           Ream, Juliet Emeline    11-1-1838       Perry
SELLERS Joseph          Wallace, Elizabeth      3-24-1831       Perry
SELLERS Mahala          Ream, John M.           12-31-1840      Perry
SELLERS Martin          Forsythe, Katie         10-8-1881       Perry
SELLERS Mary            Moore, James            2-25-1838       Perry
SELLERS Nancy           Cookson, Isaac          3-22-1831       Perry
SELLERS Rebecca         Smith, William          3-21-1839       Perry

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GEORGE FLUCKEY

But is put together well by Susan Thomas Sandy on http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ohio-x-roads&id=I1
She updated it 2007-02-13.

Gracie
grace [g.winters@sbcglobal.net]

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HISTORY OF PERRY COUNTY CHAPTER XXIII. CLAYTON TOWNSHIP.

Clayton township was first settled about 1806 or 1807. It is difficult, in most cases, to determine who was the first settler of a township, and in attempting to do so inaccuracies are liable to occur, and injustice is often unintentionally done. There is no doubt, however, that the Claytons, Thralls, Wilsons, Phersons, Gardners, Browns, Bennetts, Kings, Goodins, Rhodes, Teals, Sellers, Skinners, Crosbys and Cooksons, were among the first settlers of Clayton. It is stated that Robert Pherson settled in Clayton township in 1806; if this be correct, it is safe to presume that it was one of the first permanent settlements in the township. The following named persons were all citizens of the township as early as 1817, or very soon thereafter: John Moore, Amos Roberts, Christian Barnd, James Wilson, Wm. C. Martin, John Rodman, Jeremiah Reed, Moses Goodin, Arabram Bennett, John Sellers, Samuel Heath, Joseph Clayton, William Clayton, 178 Daniel Cusack, James C. Wallace, James Rusk, Sen., Isaac DeLong, Samuel Rusk, Jacob Hightshoe, Joseph Cookson, John Bradley, John Hough, John Gibson, Henry Shaner, Thomas King, Charles Wizwell, George Moore, Thomas Wilson, James K. Wilson, Wm. Rodman, Joseph DeLong, Solomon Dusenberry, Daniel Pugh, Andrew Cusack, Tuba Taylor, Jacob Emerick, William Larkins, Michael Cooper, John Rusk, Samuel Thrall, John Hartsel, Wm. McCormick, Caleb North, John Clayton, Benjamin Hull, John Gardner, Jacob Hollenback, Henry Shaner, Andrew Wright, Lewis Shreeves, George Skinner, William Thompson, Absalom Chenowith, John England, Edward Crosby, James Wright, John Grove, Frederick Amrine, Robert Love, George Gardner, Joseph Mills, Samuel England, Thomas Dusenberry, Joseph Claypool, James Shreeves, James Crosby, William Hammond, Isaac Brown, John Hull, Ruel Sayre, Ebenezer Davidson, Samuel Hull, John Skinner, John North, Levi Burgoon, John Yarger, Jacob Acker, John Crosby, Jacob Pace, John Clayton. These early settlers came mostly from Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, though a small number of them were from other of the older States and a few from the Old World. There were not so many Pennsylvania Germans among them, as in Thorn, Hopewell, Reading and Jackson.


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The Rehoboth circuit, at one time, and for quite a number of years, included the New Lexington, Uniontown and Somerset churches, along with many others, and three ministers were assigned to its service. The old circuit has been divided into stations and smaller circuits. Rehoboth church is now attached to New Lexington station, and is only two miles distant therefrom. Unity Church is one of the oldest in the county, and is the mother Presbyterian Church. On the occasion of the dedication of the new sanctuary in 1875, Rev. Henry Beeman delivered a carefully prepared and highly interesting historical discourse, from which the following is taken. It will be readily observed that the history of the Unity Church also embraces the history of three or four other Presbyterian churches: "The early settlers, few and scattered, were eager for and appreciated divine service. It was the golden link connecting them with their ancestral homes in the Eastern States. Clergymen passing westward and eastward, along the great highway, often stopped for a night in the settlement and preached. This began as early as there were any considerable number of settlers. As early probably as 1808-9. These transient services continued two or three years before any stated services began. An aged church member says that when she moved into the settlement in 1811, Rev. James Culbertson, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Zanesville, came regularly once a month and preached in private houses or barns ; the people gathering from a circuit of many miles. He preached to them for the last time in 1814, in Isaac Sellers' barn, from the text "Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth."---Eccl. 12, 1.


         PARTITION BOOK A PERRY COUNTY, OHIO (No dates on this page)
Sulers, Isaac dec 



WHAT COUNTY ?
March 7,1812 HENRY SELLERS, assignee of Henry NAGLE, NE1/4 Hopewell 35-17-16
Dec 14,1812 GEORGE FLUCKEY, assignee of ISAAC SELLERS SW1/4 6-16-15 Clayton
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FLUCKY = ck Huntingdon Co., Pa
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DANIEL CUSAC, AUG 6, 1825, E1/2, NE1/4, 21-16-15, CLAYTON TWN, 77 ACRES,
CHRISTIAN REAM OF FAIRFIELD CO, OH, SEPT 16, 1819, NE 1/4, 11-15-16, JACKSON TWN, acres not given
WILLIAM REAM OF FAIRFIELD CO, OH, MARCH 20, 1809, SE1/4, 14-18-17, THORN TWN, acres not given
ANDREW CUSAC OF FAIRFIELD CO, OH, FEB 11, 1814
ADAM AUNSBAUGH OF FAIRFIELD CO, OH, NOV 10, 1807

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       Clayton township, which before the formation of Perry, belonged to
      Muskingum, was organized as a political township about 1810, and was
      named in honor of one of its early settlers. It was originally six miles
      square, and of course embraced thirty-six sections ; but when Perry
      county was organized, or a short time thereafter, four sections were taken
      from it and attached to Harrison.

Clayton township was first settled about 1806 or 1807. It is difficult,
      in most cases, to determine who was the first settler of a township, and
      in attempting to do so inaccuracies are liable to occur, and injustice is
      often unintentionally done. There is no doubt, however, that the Claytons,
      Thralls, Wilsons, Phersons, Gardners, Browns, Bennetts, Kings,
      Goodins, Rhodes, Teals, Sellers, Skinners, Crosbys and Cooksons,
      were among the first settlers of Clayton. It is stated that Robert Pherson
      settled in Clayton township in 1806; if this be correct, it is safe to
      presume that it was one of the first permanent settlements in the township.
      The following named persons were all citizens of the township
      as early as 1817, or very soon thereafter:
           John Moore, Amos Roberts, Christian Barnd, James Wilson, Wm.
      C. Martin, John Rodman, Jeremiah Reed, Moses Goodin, Arabram
      Bennett, John Sellers, Samuel Heath, Joseph Clayton, William Clayton,etc

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RUSH CREEK TWN

The following is a list of the voters in 1804. (The election was held in Samuel Hammel's house, who lived on Rush Creek): Voters---Edward Murphy, John Hiles, John Murphy, Abram Beery, James S. Callam, John Ashbaugh, Henry Sellers, James Wilson, Jacob Beery, Joseph Miller,

READING TWN

The Trustees of Reading township met to give the Supervisors their orders for making the roads of said township. March 26th, 1808---Jeremiah Conoway and David Pugh, Trustees of Reading township; Jacob Dittoe and Peter Overmyer, Grand Jurors; and Robert Barnes, John Wagner, William Spencer and Henry Sellers, Petit Jurors.


THORN TWN

Here is a list of all who can be recalled up to about the years 1815- 16: George Stinchcomb, Jr., Daniel Snider, George Valentine, Jacob Overmyer, Joel Strawn, John Nesbit, Robert Henderson, Daniel Kemper, John Smith, Benjamin Moore, Jesse Stevenson, Jacob Miller, William Karr, Henry Bowman, Geoffrey Weimer, Henry Boyer, Alexander Morrison, Solomon Brown, James, Henthorn, Thomas R. Johnston, Jacob Anspach, Peter Humberger, Michael Fisher, Hugh McMullen, Peter Zartman, George Long, Jacob Cover, Christian King, Christian Foster, John Humberger, George Parkinson, David Thompson, Adam Fisher, Adam Bogenwright, David Helser, John Fisher, Philip Crist, David Sellers,

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CLAYTOWN TWN HISTORY

Rev. James Culbertson, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Zanesville, came regularly once a month and preached in private houses or barns ; the people gathering from a circuit of many miles. He preached to them for the last time in 1814, in Isaac Sellers' barn, from the text "Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth."---Eccl. 12, 1.

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Unity Church
Through the labors of Mr. Culbertson, numerous churches were
      organized in Ohio. His death occurred about 1850.
Isaac Sellars, a       warm-hearted Christian, in whose barn this farewell sermon was
      preached, died in 1818. aged forty-nine years. (born ca 1769, msh)
William Cookson, Sr., David W. Pugh, Jr., David Fulton,
      Noah Moore, and the present incumbents, Jacob Sellers, John Welch,
      and William R. Cookson, Jr. Isaac Brown, David Pugh, and William
      Cookson, Sr. sleep in Unity church-yard. Isaac Reynolds and David
      W. Pugh, Jr., found a peaceful grave in White county, Indiana.



Thorn Twn 1806 = Mr. McMullen, John McMullen,
Thorn Township - 1815 = DAVID SELLERS, JOHN MCMULLEN, HUGH MCMULLEN, JACOB ANSPACH, 

Hugh McMullen Residence: 1790 - Monaghan, York, Pennsylvania
Paul Seller Chanceford, York, PA 1790
Henery Seller Dover, York, PA 1790
Petter Sellar Newbery, York, PA

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PERRY COUNTY, OHIO 1819 TAX RECORD
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~tfisher/tax/1819tax.htm

Sellers, John (2)
Henry Sellers
Isaac Sellers

McMcMullen, John
Miller, John
Miller, Jacob
Miller, Jacob's heirs
LEWIS MILLER
PHILIP MILLER
Reams, Samuel (3)
Rodman, John
Forsythe,Wm. (crossed out)
Forsythe, Wm.
Fluckey?, George
Ferson, George (2)
Skinner, Robert (2)
Skinner, George
Skinner, John Jr
Skinner, James
Skinner, Samuel
Skinner, William
Skinner, Cornelius
Skinner, John, Sr.
   from Nath'l Skinner
Skinner, Reuben
Skinner, Samuel
Yost, John
Yost, Abraham

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from FRANK
sellersgen@aol.com

History of Richland County, WI


James A Sellers, one of the early settlers of Richland county, was born June 22, 1817, in Perry Co., Ohio, where his early life was spent, obtaining his education in the common schools. In 1844, he was married to Caroline Melick. They are the parents of nine children --- Jonas M, Mary I, John W, William A, Naomi A, Lucy E, Emma A and Bessie. Mrs. Sellars died April 7, 1882. Jonas is now married to Nora Downs; Mary is the wife of J D Allbaugh; J W is married to Mary J Cushman, and Lucy E to Marion Allbaugh. In 1855, Mr. Sellars moved from Knox Co., Ohio, to Green Co., Wis., wintering there in 1856 and 1857. In 1859, he came to Richland Center, and in August to the place where he now resides, town of Bloom, and entered 120 acres of land on sections 26 and 27, which he has reduced to ninety-two acres. He also owns a house, lot and grist mill in the village of Spring Valley. Mr. Sellars has been a deacon in the Methodist Episcopal Church since 1869.

Frank Sellers
Falls Church, VA
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SELLERS, H. P., farmer, and breeder of thoroughbred Atwood
      sheep, registered in Vermont Atwood Club. Post office, New Lexington;
      Clayton township. Perry county, Ohio; born in Perry county in
      1842; son of Jacob and Julia E. (Reem) Sellers, grandson of John and
      Margaret (McMullen) Sellers. Married June 29, 1870, to Miss Harriet
      Roberts, daughter of H. H. and Carrie Roberts. They have four
      children, viz.: Stilla L., Herbert C., W. L. A., and Whitfield.

FROM:  PERRY COUNTY, OHIO MALE INDEX TO MARRIAGE REC. 1818-1914 VOL. II
(Perry Co. Chapter Ohio Genaealogical Society)

        1830 SELLAR, Henry m. Charlotte Inguins
        1831 SELLERS, Joseph, m. Elizabeth Wallace
        1834 SELLARS, James, m. Mary Minor
        1838 SELLERS, Jacob, m. Juliet Emeline Ream
        1839 SELLERS, Isaac, m. Mary Ann Wheeling Rhods
SELLARS Abigal          Wilson, Thomas          3-19-1846       Perry
SELLARS Elizabeth       Miller, Nathan          9-??-1835       Perry
SELLARS Essey           Cooper, Daniel          5-26-1821       Perry
SELLARS Margaret        Olive, David            3-30-1845       Perry
SELLARS Naomia          Wilson, Joseph G.       11-11-1841      Perry
SELLERS Frances         Rutledge, Jacob         2-16-1830       Perry
SELLERS Mahala          Ream, John M.           12-31-1840      Perry
SELLERS Mary            Moore, James            2-25-1838       Perry
SELLERS Nancy           Cookson, Isaac          3-22-1831       Perry
ELIZABETH RODMAN/ALEX DELONG/10-11-1828



1820 OHIO CENSUS INDEX, Perry Co.

SELLARS, Henry, 013 Clayton
SELLARS, Isaac, 014 Clayton
SELLARS, John, 014 Clayton
SELLARS, John, 014 Clayton (I don't see this 2nd one on the new search, msh)

I hope this is hopeful to someone.

Submitted by:  Lynn (Sellers) Mack, R-L-M@prodigy.net



1820 PERRY CO, OH =
HENRY SELLARS, CLAYTON TWN = 120101-10101-03= (gen.com=page 22)
male over 45 = bef 1775
next
JOHN ENGLAND
SAMUEL  NULL
SAMUEL TOMSON
BENJ CULLENGE
GEO FLUCKY = 111101/
ANDREW AND JANE WHITE
JOHN GRAVES

ISAAC SELLARS, CLAYTON TWN = 000100-10100-01= (gen.com=page 23)
male 16-26=1794-1804
female =
female =
next
BENJ NULL
JOHN NULL
THOMAS BIGGS
ELIZ MOORE
JESSE KING
JAMES COOPER
PETER ANSEL

JOHN SELLURS? , CLAYTON TWN = 200001-41010-01= same page as Isaac, page 25 ancestry.com
male over 45 = bef 1775
male
male
next
HENRY SHEENER
JOSEPH CLAYHOOT?
JOHN RODMAN
WM CLASTON
WILHAM SARGTH/LONGTH?
John Skinner Clayton,Perry,OH 1820 =100010-31010-00001=7
next
SAMUEL AND MOSES GOODIN
HENRY SHEENER , CLAYTON, 300010-2001001=
GEORGE SKINNER, CLAYTON, suppose to be on this page, can't find?

NANCY SELLARS =(SOLLARS) 210000-01201-01 --7 TOTAL = (only 3 young males listed,msh)
(don't think this is on index, but on original film,msh)=female over 45 = bef 1775
2 males u 10
1 male 10/16
2 females 16/26 =
1 female 10/16
next
WM CLACTON
WM FORSYTHE
ROBERT AND PATRICK FERSON

JOHN SELLARS, PAGE, TWN? (believe same or next page) = 100010-00100-01 =
male 26-45 = 1775/1794
next
ABREHEM BASOMBAUGH?
DANIEL KUSICK
JOHN KIELER
JOHN LUKNER?
JAMES SINGLETON

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SEPT 29,1824 GEORGE FLUCKEY, adms. of JOSEPH PARSON, dec' -land =160 acres SW1/4 S11,T14,R16. two children, minors=Geo an Joshua PARSON
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Ck Huntingdon Co, Pennsylvania
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OCT 7,1825 DAVID M. SELLERS, Wit to James SPENCER will

=

HANNAH SKINNER, MARCH 3, 1826, ADM OF NATHANIEL SKINNER, DEC'D PETITION TO SELL LAND = S1/2SW1/4 SEC 29, TWN 16, R 15, sold to JOHN PHILIPS. NATHANIEL SKINNER LEFT MINORS, UNNAMED UNDER 21 YRS.

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1828 TAX LIST CLAYTON TWN, PAGE 6 = list description of land and check back to original land bought,msh

HENRY SELLARS
NANCY SELLARS
WILLIAM SELLARS
JOHN SELLERS, JR
JOHN RODMAN
GEORGE RODMAN

ANOTHER PAGE FOR CLAYTON TWN = PAGE 7
ISAAC SELLARS
JOHN SELLARS, SR?

 

1828 TAX LIST THORN TWN
JOHN SELLERS




UNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1816-1849
1826 joined, Mary (Fluckey) SELLERS
1828 joined, Isaac SELLERS and  Nancy SELLERS
1828 joined, John SELLERS

1848 joined HARVEY SELLERS and SARAH SELLERS and MARY SELLERS

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This Settlement must be after 1831 when Nancy and Cookson were married, msh)
OHIO WILLS = ISAAC SELLERS, E-1826-PERRY CO., CPMB4, P47, 68

from FRANK
Sellersgen@aol.com

Perry County Estate Book E, p. 248, shows settlement of estate of Isaac and
Nancy Sellars. Heirs shown are Joseph and Elizabeth Sellars of Marion
County, OH, John and Martha Sellars of Perry County, OH, and Isaac and Nancy
(Sellars) Cookson, of Sandusky County, OH. A James Sellars is also mentioned.

Frank Sellers
Falls Church, VA


 1830 PERRY CO, OH
DAVID M. SELLERS, PAGE 393 CLAYTON =200001/12101=
MALE 30/40
2 MALES U 5=
FEMALE 20/30=
FEMALE 10/15=
2 FEMALES 5/10=
FEMALE U 5
next
SUSANA COLEMAN 40/50
WM PETIT 40/50
close
GEO FLOKEY 70/80
ADAM FLOKEY 30/40
two down
Jacob Rutledge Clayton, Perry, Ohio =00001001/001001

close
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 393 CLAYTON =001001/110001=
MALE 30/40=1790/1800
MALE 10/15=1815/20
FEMALE 30/40=1790/1800
FEMALE 5/10=1820/25
FEMALE U 5=1825/30
next
JOSEPH COOKSEN =2010001/0101001
next
prestley r. witt 40/50
close
DANIEL COOPER = 100001/11001=
MALE 30/40
MALE U 5
FEMALE 20/30
FEMALE 5/10
FEMALE U 5
next
JAMES COOPER 20/30
close
DANIEL CUSAC = 1010001/112102=
MALE 40/50
FEMALE 30/40


NANCY SELLERS, PAGE 391 CLAYTON =000210001/000010001=
male 60/70 =
male 20/30
2 males 15/20
female 60/70
female 20/30
next
JACOB SELLERS, PAGE 391 CLAYTON =11001/10001=
MALE 20/30
MALE 5/10=
MALE U5=
FEMALE 20/30=
FEMALE U5=
next
WM CLAYTON 40/50
WM FORSYTHE 60/70
close
JAMES RUSK 70/80
JAMES DOWNEY 60/70


SARAH SELLERS, PAGE 393 CLAYTON =00002/00101001=
2 males 20/30=
female 50/60=
female 20/30=
female 10/15=
next

WILLIAM SELLERS, PAGE 393 CLAYTON=20001/00001=MALE 2/30
2 MALES U 5=
FEMALE 20/30=
next
JOHN SELLERS = 21110001/0221001=
MALE 50/60
MALE 15/20
MALE 10/15
MALE 5/10
2 MALES U 5 =
FEMALE 40/50
FEMALE 15/20
2 FEMALES 10/15
2 FEMALES 5/10
next
JAMES COOPER 50/60
JOHN HULL/NULL 30/40


JAMES RODMAN, PAGE 389 CLAYTON
ROSANA RODMAN, PAGE 389 CLAYTON

 

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MAR 4, 1839 JOHN SELLARS and SAMUEL CURRAN wit for JAMES RUSK  will =
Rush, James (A.G. 50,153), who lived in Muskingum Co. Ohio and later in Perry Co., Ohio, d July 1, 1839, leaving no widow, but by will making his daughter, Margaret, his only legatee, having previously made provision for his other children. His will was witnessed by Samuel Curan and John Sellers.

APRIL 10, 1833, ADAM AUSPACH WILL
APRIL 17, 1831, MOSES GOODEN/GOODIN ST WILL, NO WIFE NAMED, SON ASA GOODEN AND

JAMES SKINNER WILL DATED SEPT 8, 1840. WIFE EVE, SON, JAMES JR. EXEC WIFE EVE AND SAMUEL SKINNER ESQ. WIT, CHARLES MCCLOSKEY AND JAMES WILSON



1840 PERRY CO, OH = NEED AGES
DAVID SELLARS, PAGE 32 SOMERSET
MARGARET SELLARS, PAGE 97 CLAYTON =


SARAH SELLARS, PAGE 97 CLAYTON
ISAAC SELLERS, PAGE 99 CLAYTON
JACOB SELLERS, PAGE 88 HARRISON
JOHN SELLERS, PAGE 99 CLAYTON
SARAH SELLERS, PAGE 97 CLAYTON
NO RODMANS
SELLARDS?

PHERSON =

CURRAN =



JAN 4, 1847 JAMES S. SELLERS and Samuel CURRAN Exec George PHERSON will

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From July 1848 to July 1852; during these four years there were some accessions to the church, Margaret A. Acker, Mary Leach, Juliet Sellers,


1850 PERRY CO, OH INDEX

Asbury R Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1844 Ohio
Berry mcbenden Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1841 Ohio
Caroline Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1825 Ohio
Evaline E Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1845 Ohio
Isaac Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1819 Ohio
James A Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1818 Ohio (where 1840?msh)
John Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1850 Ohio
John Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1791 Pennsylvania
Jonas Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1846 Ohio
Louisa Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1833 Ohio
Margaret Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1788 Pennsylvania
Martha Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1796 Pennsylvania
Mary Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1825 Ohio
Mary Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1848 Ohio
Mary A W Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1820 Maryland
Sarah A Sellars Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1847 Ohio

Cass Ann Sellers Salt Lick, Perry, OH abt 1827 Ohio
Daniel Sellers Salt Lick, Perry, OH abt 1850 Ohio
George R Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1846 Pennsylvania
Harlen Page Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1843 Pennsylvania
Jacob Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1813 Pennsylvania
Juliet E Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1828 Pennsylvania
Mary E Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1847 Pennsylvania
Samuel P Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1841 Pennsylvania
William Sellers Salt Lick, Perry, OH abt 1828 Ohio

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1850 PERRY CO, OH CENSUS
ISAAC SELLARS 31 OH, FARMER , LAND, PAGE 422 CLAYTON
MARY A. W. 30 VA?
CARY? MCRENDREN? SELLERS  9m OH
ASBURY R. 6M OH
EVALINE E. 5F OH
SARAH A. 3 F OH

JACOB SELLERS 37 OH, FARMER, LAND , PAGE 436 CLAYTON (son of John and Margaret Sellers,see above)
JULIE E. 32 OH
SAMUEL P. 9, OH
HARLAN ? PAGE SELLERS 7M OH
GEO R. 6 OH
MARY E. 3 OH
next
MARGARET SELLARS 62 PA,  no land , occ? can't read , CLAYTON TWN
LOUISA 17 OH (1833)
next
PHILLIP MILLAR 61 PA
next
ISRAELL REDMAN/RODMAN? 56 PA

JAMES A. SELLARS 33 OH, FARMER, LAND,  PAGE 433 CLAYTON (ca1817) (ck Richland Co., Wi)
CAROLINE 35 OH
JAMES 4 OH (ca1846)
MARY 2 OH
JOHN 1/12 OH

JOHN SELLARD 59 PA, FARMER, LAND , PAGE 433 CLAYTON (ck Musk Co., Oh)
MARTHA 56 PA
MARY 25 OH
 

WILLIAM SELLERS, PAGE 305 SALTLICK =
JOSEPH SALLER, PAGE 222 PIKE
NO RODMANS
REDMANS?

DANIEL COOPER 53 PA, FARMER, LAND
ELSAY 47? PA
ELIZALITT 23 OH
ISAAC 19 OH
HARRIETT 17 OH
LUCINDA 11 OH
ELIZABETH COOPER 70 PA
next
SAMAL CROSKY 57 PA, FARM, LAND
CATHARINA 66? VA
and kids OH
next or close
MARGARET PHERSON 66 PA
and kids OH
close
CHARLES TRACY 57 VA?
MARGARET 56 VA?
close
WM COCKSON 56 PA
MARY 37? PA

ARCHABOLD BOLES 29 OH
MARY J. 26 OH

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WM BOLES 28 OH
SARAH J. 18 IRELAND

=

JOHN BOLES 58 PA
NANCY 24 PA



MARGARET SELLARS WILL 12-4-1849/10-1-1850= (is this Margaret McMullens?msh)
children=
James Alva Sellars
Naomi Sellars
Mahala Sellars
Maargaret Sellars
Reuben Sellars,
Louisa Sellars
Elizabeth Sellars
Mary Sellars
Jacob Sellars
One not names *
Exec, son Jacob
Wit=Samuel CURRAN and Andrew LAW

=

(*John Jr isn't listed, msh)


NO RODMAN WILLS

=
HISTORY OF FAIRFIELD AND PERRY CO, OH

November, 1857, to the effect that the Rev. Mr. Hildreth, leaving his own pulpit vacant one Sabbath, visited Unity and held a series of meetings, day and night, administering the sacrament of the Lord's supper, and received one person. Miss Mary Cookson, into the church ; also, ordained Jacob Sellers as Ruling Elder.


I find, however, several records in November, 1857, to the effect that the Rev. Mr. Hildreth, leaving his own pulpit vacant one Sabbath, visited Unity and held a series of meetings, day and night, administering the sacrament of the Lord's supper, and received one person. Miss Mary Cookson, into the church ; also, ordained Jacob Sellers as Ruling Elder.

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1860 PERRY CO, OH
Jacob Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 47 abt 1813 Ohio Male
Julietta Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 42 abt 1818 Pennsylvania Female
Samuel Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 19 abt 1841 Ohio Male
Harlan Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 17 abt 1843 Ohio Male
George Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 15 abt 1845 Ohio Male
Mary Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 12 abt 1848 Ohio Female


John Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 69 abt 1791 Pennsylvania Male
Martha Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 64 abt 1796 Pennsylvania Female
Emory Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 8 abt 1852 Ohio Male (ck Grant/Wells, In, msh)


Le Roy Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 18 abt 1842 Ohio Male
Arenas Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 13 abt 1847 Ohio Female
Jacob Rhodes 72 Sarah Rhodes 73 Le Roy Sellers 18 Findlay Rhodes 16 Arenas Sellers 13


Isaac Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 41 abt 1819 Ohio Male
Julia Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 35 abt 1825 Ohio Female
Le Roy Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 19 abt 1841 Ohio Male (ck Wells,IN,msh)
Asbury Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 17 abt 1843 Ohio Male
Eveline Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 15 abt 1845 Ohio Female
Lenna Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 13 abt 1847 Ohio Female
Bing Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 9 abt 1851 Ohio Male
Martha Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 7 abt 1853 Ohio Female
Ross Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 1 abt 1859 Ohio Male

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CIVIL WAR =



1870 PERRY CO, OH

Jacob Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1811 Ohio White Male
Juliett Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1818 Pennsylvania White Female
Harland Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1843 Ohio White Male
Harriet Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1845 Ohio White Female
Mary Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1847 Ohio White Female


John Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1791 Pennsylvania White Male
Martha Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1796 Pennsylvania White Female
Isaac Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1819 Ohio White Male
Martha Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1853 Indiana White Female
Ross Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1858 Ohio White Male (ck Page Co., Ia)
Alvah Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1863 Ohio White Male


Wiliam Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1865 Ohio White Male living with
Mary Cookson 59 Mary Cookson 25 Martha Cookson 19 Nathan Cookson 15 Alfred Cookson 23 Wiliam Sellers 5 Ulyssus Cusaac 6

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So, after an interval of two years, the old relations were resumed September, 1873. Unity's elders have now reached the apostolic number---twelve: Isaac Brown, Isaac Reynolds, David Pugh, Sr., Robert Ewing, John 186 North, William Cookson, Sr., David W. Pugh, Jr., David Fulton, Noah Moore, and the present incumbents, Jacob Sellers, John Welch, and William R. Cookson, Jr. Isaac Brown, David Pugh, and William Cookson, Sr. sleep in Unity church-yard. Isaac Reynolds and David W. Pugh, Jr., found a peaceful grave in White county, Indiana. Of Ewing, North, Fulton, living or dead, I know not

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1880

Jacob Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1813 Ohio Self (Head)
Juliet E. Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1818 Pennsylvania Wife
Mary E. Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1855 Ohio Daughter


G. Ream Sellers Jennie Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1845 Ohio Self (Head)
Jennie Sellers G. Ream Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1848 Indiana Wife
Harlan B. Sellers G. Ream, Jennie Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1872 Ohio Son
Bertha Sellers G. Ream, Jennie Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1874 Ohio Daughter
Arthur J. Sellers G. Ream, Jennie Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1877 Ohio Son
E. Sorata Sellers G. Ream, Jennie Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1879 Ohio Daughter


Harlan P. Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1843 Ohio Self (Head)
Harriet P. Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1845 Ohio Wife
Estelle L. Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1872 Ohio Daughter
Herbert C. Sellers Harlan P., Harriet P. Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1874 Ohio Son
William L. A. Sellers Harlan P., Harriet P. Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1877 Ohio Son



FROM DENNIS
        FDHaun@aol.com
Perry County Ohio.--Julia Ann Randolph wife of Isaac Sellers.
Died-Nov, 29, 1869 age 44.


1880 PERRY CO, OH
 Census Place: Clayton, Perry, Ohio
 Source: FHL Film 1255057  National Archives Film T9-1057     Page 94D
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Wm. H. BEACHAM Self M M W 62 MD
 Occ: Farmer Fa: MD Mo: MD
Mary BEACHAM Wife F M W 55 OH  Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
John E. BEACHAM Son M S W 21 OH  Occ: At Home Fa: MD Mo: ...
Curtis A. BEACHAM Son M S W 13 OH  Occ: At Home Fa: MD Mo: ...

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1900

Harlan Sellers Hariet P Clayton, Perry, Ohio abt 1843 Ohio White Head
Hariet P Sellers Harlan Clayton, Perry, Ohio abt 1844 Ohio White Wife
Irwin R Sellers Harlan, Hariet P Clayton, Perry, Ohio abt 1881 Ohio White Son
Theodore F Sellers Harlan, Hariet P Clayton, Perry, Ohio abt 1887 Ohio White Son

Herbert C Sellars Wanota B Reading, Perry, Ohio abt 1874 Ohio White Head
Wanota B Sellars Herbert C Reading, Perry, Ohio abt 1875 Ohio White Wife
Threon Sellars Herbert C, Wanota B Reading, Perry, Ohio Ohio White Son
Lott Misouri Sellars Reading, Perry, Ohio abt 1881 Ohio White Sister-in-law

1910

Herbert C Sellera [Herbert C Sellers] Wanota B Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1874 Ohio Head
Wanota B Sellera [Wanota B Sellers] Herbert C Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1875 Ohio Wife
Ernest H Sellera [Ernest H Sellers] Herbert C, Wanota B Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1901 Ohio Son

Harlan P Sellars Myria L Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1853 Ohio Head
Myria L Sellars Harlan P Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1871 Ohio Wife
Erwin R Sellars Harlan P, Myria L Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1882 Ohio Son
Theadore F Sellars Harlan P, Myria L Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1887 Ohio Son

1920

I R Sellers Stella Clayton, Perry, Ohio abt 1882 Ohio White Head
Stella Sellers Catherine, I R Clayton, Perry, Ohio abt 1884 Ohio White Wife


Arnett G Sallese [Arnett G Sellers] Carel A Jackson, Perry, Ohio abt 1893 West Virginia White Head
Carel A Sallese [Carel A Sellers] Arnett G Jackson, Perry, Ohio abt 1897 West Virginia White Wife
Paul A Sallese [Paul A Sellers] Arnett G, Carel A Jackson, Perry, Ohio abt 1918 Ohio White Son

George H Sollars Alfaretta Harrison, Perry, Ohio abt 1860 Missouri White Head
Alfaretta Sollars George H Harrison, Perry, Ohio abt 1855 Ohio White Wife
Lillian M Sollers Martha J Pike, Perry, Ohio abt 1871 Ohio White Daughter

1930

Irwin R Sellers Mary Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1882 Ohio Head
Mary Sellers Cathen E, Irwin R Clayton, Perry, OH abt 1884 Wife


George H Sollers Alfaretta Harrison, Perry, OH abt 1860 Missouri Head
Alfaretta Sollers George H Harrison, Perry, OH abt 1855 Wife

OHIO DEATHS = Irvin Sellers 10 Jul 1944 Summit
Stella F Sellers Est. 1886 Logan, Ohio 16 Jul 1969 Logan

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Surnames: Sellers, Miller
Classification: queries

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Message Board Post:

Sellers The back has a family's history with births, deaths and marriages. Sellers is the family name. This bible was purchased at an auction in NC, so the family is probably from around here. Some of the names include:

John
Margaret
Jacob
Elizabeth
Naomi
Isaac
Samuel
Louisa
Elizabeth Sellers married Nathan Miller


2006

Sellers, Clifford L
106 W Elm St
New Lexington, OH 43764
(740) 394-2069

 


  From:
       ltar3@juno.com

 OHPERRY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [OHPerry] REYNOLDS, YOST, COLE, SCHOCK
 

I have Ebenezer C REYNOLDS b. 3/23/1801 Lost Creek Valley, Mifflin Co. PA
d. 12/2/1861 Perry Co, OH   m. Maria Elizabeth YOST 8/12/1825 Perry Co,
OH
She was b. 9/26/1805 d. 10/3/1839 (I believe in Perry Co, OH)
Ebenezer's parents were Isaac REYNOLDS & Mary COLE who d. White Co, IN
His son Isaac REYNOLDS b. 1/7/1830 m. Polly Ann SCHOCK, both moved to
and d. in White Co, IN

Other children of Ebenezer and Maria Elizabeth are Calvin, William,
Minerva J, Maria M, John Y, Alfred W.
Other wives of Ebenezer were Maria Wright and Mary Sellers.
Ebenezer had a brother Benjamin REYNOLDS who moved to White Co, IN
and the Town of REYNOLDS in White Co, IN is named for him.
Any information on these families would be greatly appreciated.  Thank
You.


  From:
       Sheila Kratzer <skratze@bgnet.bgsu.edu>
      GC- Hancock Co. Oh Biographies
URL:      http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Oh/HancockBios/10024
Subject:  Daniel Cusac
Surname: Cusac, Sellers, Cooper, Mulford, Reed, Poe
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Daniel Cusac

Was born in Mifflin County, Pa., in January, 1790. His parents were natives
of Ireland, and were married before leaving that country. Mr. Cusac came
to Perry County, Ohio, when quite a young man, and there married Sarah
Sellers, who died in October, 1881, at the advanced age of eighty-eight
years, having survived her husband about fourteen years. Mr. Cusac came
to this county in 1838, and took up his residence in this township, on
the farm on which he died. He had ten children, nine of whom are still
living. John and Mrs. Judge Cooper, two of the children, reside in Portage
township. Two of them, Capt. Isaac Cusac and Mrs. Mulford, are in Pleasant
township. The others, William, James, Mrs. John Reed, Mrs. James Cooper
and Mrs. Robert Poe reside in Liberty township. Mr. C. had a limited common
school education, but was a man of good strong common sense. He was a
consistent member of the Presbyterian Church for fifty years, and led an upright,
honest life, respected by all who knew him.

Unassuming and domestic in his habits, he made no figure in public, and
although his counsel and advice was sought for, it was given with modesty
and fairness, and for the best interests of those desiring it. He died
at a good old age, loved and respected, and left to his children a good
name, and to his wife a good home.

THE HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO 1881 by D.B. Beardsley p. 390



 Leigh Marvin <ericandleigh@afnet.net>

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      ID: I20669
      Name: Nancy Flucky
      Sex: F
      Birth: 1797 in Huntingdon Co, Pennsylvania

     Marriage 1 Joseph Parson b: 1797 in Huntingdon Co, Pennsylvania

         Married: 1819 in Perry Co, Ohio

     Children

       1. George Parson b: 1820
       2. Joshua Parson b: 1823


  1891 Biographical History of Pottawattamie Co. IOWA

Wilson, James


JAMES WILSON, one of the substantial farmers of Knox Township, is descended from an old American family. James WILSON, his grandfather, was one of the old pioneers of Perry County, Ohio, having settled there when the Indians were plentiful. He was from the Cumberland Mountains in Maryland, and when he first settled in Ohio, they had great trouble with the Indians, and Mrs. WILSON would barricade the house when her husband was away. They reared a family of nine children: Jonathan, Michael, James, Thomas, William (who died at the age of 17 years), Elizabeth, Rachel, Sarah, and Martha. The father cleared his farm of 160 acres from heavy timber, and besides this, he owned 80 acres in Van Wert County. He died at the age of 75 years and was a member of the Methodist Church. He married Martha ASHBY, a native of Maryland. Mr. WILSON served as County Judge and was an honorable and upright man. Thomas WILSON, a son of the above and the father of our subject, was born in Perry County, Ohio, and was reared to the life of a farmer. He married Abigail SELLERS, a daughter of John and Martha SELLERS, who were early settlers of Ohio and of German descent. Mr. WILSON came out to the Des Moines River near Oskaloosa when a young man and before there were any settlers there, but afterward returned to Perry County, Ohio, where he lived on a farm the remainder of his life. He was the father of three children: Francis, James and John. Mr. And Mrs. WILSON were members of the Methodist Church. He died at the age of 45 years and was a hard-working and industrious man.

James WILSON, his son and the subject of this sketch, was born September 20, 1849, in Perry County, Ohio. At the age of 21 years, in 1871, he came to his present farm of 160 acres of wild land, which, by perseverance and industry, he has converted into a well tilled and fertile farm. He has since added to this place until he now owns 240 acres of land. He was married in Marysville, Missouri, to Maria A. HAMMOND, daughter of William G. and Mary E. (HATCHER) HAMMOND. To Mr. And Mrs. WILSON have been born five children: Cora, Rosa, Dora, Orin, and Oley. William G. HAMMOND was a native of Maine, but resided for a time in Perry County, Ohio, and then moved to Nodaway County, Missouri. He was the father of five children: Finley, Jesse, Malinda, Maria and Lena. He died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. WILSON. Mr. WILSON has taken an active interest in the schools. He was the pioneer settler on his farm, has made all its improvements, and now stands deservedly high as a man whose word is as good as his bond. His children descend from an old pioneer stock, who were the real founders of this country.
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from Sellersgen@aol.com


EMORY B. SELLERS
Emory B. Sellers at fourteen years of age left his home and started life's
battle on his own responsibility. He was born in Perry County, Ohio, July 4,
1851, and about the close of the Civil war came to White County, Indiana, and
found work on a farm belonging to Josephus Lowe near Monon. To him an
education was as much as a necessity to his future career. He attended the
Brookston Academy, at intervals teaching school, his first term when seventeen
years of age. He early determined that the law should be his permanent
vocation, and began its study in the few night hours after a weary day of work. He
took a course in the Chicago Law School at Chicago, was compelled to leave
school on account of lack of funds, and in order to supply this need, among
other things, he worked for a time as a brakeman on the Illinois Central Railway.
On March 22, 1872, Mr. Sellers entered the law office of Hon. Alfred W.
Reynolds at Monticello, and with that old time lawyer finally formed a
partnership, which continued until the election of Mr. Reynolds to the Circuit Court
Bench in 1888. In the meantime, in 1884, Mr. Sellers had been elected as
State Senator from the counties of White, Carroll and Pulaski, serving through
two sessions and then resigning to accept President Cleveland's appointment as
United States District Attorney. He held that office until after the
election of Benjamin Harrison as President, then returned to Monticello to continue
his interrupted practice. From 1889 to 1900 Mr. Sellers was a partner with
William E. Uhl, but since 1900 has conducted an individual business as a
lawyer.
For forty years Mr. Sellers has been the local attorney for the Monon and the
Pennsylvania railroads, and for eighteen years has served the Wabash Railway
in a similar capacity. Mr. Sellers is member of the National Conference on
Uniform Laws, and belongs to the Indiana State and the American Bar
Associations. He is a thirty-second degree Mason of the Ancient Accepted Scottish
Rite, and in politics a democrat.
-----W. H. Hamelle's 1915 A Standard History of White County Indiana.

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FRANK, thanks. These Bio's help link our families back to the correct area.

Emory appears son/ grandson of
1860 PERRY CO, OH
John Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 69 abt 1791 Pennsylvania Male
Martha Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 64 abt 1796 Pennsylvania Female
Emory Sellers Clayton, Perry, OH 8 abt 1852 Ohio Male

And this family appears to have been in OH many years , early 1800's when it was Muskingum.
Don't know Where in Pa they came from?
Sometimes the First land records will show where they came from, don't see where we have them.
David Sellers name common.

Thanks, marie, iowa

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http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~tfisher/goodinpage3.htm

Adults Asa GOODIN Margaret SELLARS Children Sarah GOODIN Jane GOODIN Isaac GOODIN Smith GOODIN John Sellars GOODIN Nancy GOODIN Joel GOODIN

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http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~tfisher/goodinmain1.htm

Adults John Sellars GOODIN Sarah Ann GAGE Louisa BIGGS Children (Louisa) Sarah A. GOODIN Mary E. GOODIN Matilda GOODIN Miranda GOODIN Martha GOODIN Rosella D. GOODIN Margaret GOODIN Louisa Ella GOODIN John Biggs GOODIN

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HOPEWELL BAPTIST CEM, by Catharine Fedochak (bottom of page or make sep page) Gateway, Vol 2

SARAH GOODIN DAU OF SUSANAN AND MOSES DIED SEPT 26, 1836, AGED 12 YRS
JANE GOODIN, WIFE OF SAMUEL DIED JULY 5, 1826, AGED 33/83/88?
JANE GOODIN, 70/80 , stone eptalph, for above? unknown

JANE SKINNER DIED AUG 1, 1825 16 YRS
ELIZABETH SKINNER, DIED DEC 25, 1824
FANY SKINER DIED OCT 15, 1818, 15 YRS
MARY  SKINNER , WIFE OF ROBERT DIED OCT 24, 1846, 39 YRS
ROBERT DIED FEB 23, 1856
ELIZABETH, DAU, DIED FEB 13, 1850
WILLIAM DIED MAY 3, 1850, AGED 40 YRS
SARAH DIED MARCH 23, 1832, AGED 93 YRS


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SELLERS, H. P., farmer, and breeder of thoroughbred Atwood sheep, registered in Vermont Atwood Club. Post office, New Lexington; Clayton township. Perry county, Ohio; born in Perry county in 1842; son of Jacob and Julia E. (Reem) Sellers, grandson of John and Margaret (McMullen) Sellers. Married June 29, 1870, to Miss Harriet Roberts, daughter of H. H. and Carrie Roberts. They have four children, viz.: Stilla L., Herbert C., W. L. A., and Whitfield.

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