BUCKS CO, PA WILLS

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FROM LILLIAN HOEGENAUER, SEGUIN, TX

INDEX  OF BUCKS CO, PA, WILLS AND ADM 1684-1850 (some of these maybe extracted on bottom of page,msh)

1783 HENRY SELLER, ROCKHILL TWN, ADM #1791

1783 JOHN SELL, HILLTOWN, WILL #1843
1805 - LEONARD SELLERS, HILLTOWN, ADM #3344

1817 SAMUEL SELLEERS, ROCKHILL, ADM #4431

1820 PETER SELLERS, HILLTOWN, ADM #4757

1820 CATHARINE SELLERS, ROCKHILL, ADM #4777

1820 ELIAS SELLERS, ROCKHILL, ADM #4779

1821 PETER SELLEERS, ROCKHILL, ADM #4870

1847 JOHN SELLEERS, HAYCOCK, ADM #8476

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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PAge 173.  Michael Dirstine of Rockhill, Miller.  February 8, 1777.
Proved January 23, 1782.
Son Isaac and son-in-law Jacob Meyer, exrs.  Son Abraham.  Grandson
Michael Dirstine, son of son Jacob, December'd.  Daus. Barbara wife of
Jacob Meyer, Elizabeth wife of Samuel Delp, Sarah wife of Peter Seller,
and Hannah Dirstine. Wit: Lewis Stannert, John Stannert.
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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

Page 178. Nathaniel Griffith, Hilltown, yeoman. July 2, 1776. Proved
June 22, 1790.
Wife Elizabeth. Son Benjamin exr. Eldest son Daniel. Daus. Ann Morris
and Sarah Heaton. Abraham Cone, overseer.
Wits: John Seller, Amos Thomas, Abraham Stout. Land adj. John Bean,
Levi Thomas, Abraham Cope, George Cressman, Charles Leidy.
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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

Page 244. Isaac Derstine, Rockhill Twp., yeoman. May 11, 1797. Proved
January 21, 1800.
Wife Catharine. Sons George and Isaac exrs. and Guardians. Father
Michael Derstine December'd. Sons Abraham, Henry and Samuel Derstine.
Daus. Catharine, Hannah and Magdalena. Land purchased of Jacob
Hornecker, Isaac Savecool and Henry Seller and Paul Bean and Jacob
Leister. Wits: Henry Cope, Andrew Schlichter, Abraham Stout.
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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

Page 362. Samuel Detweiler, Rockhill Twp., yeoman. March 6, 1807.
Proved October 7, 1808.
Sons John, Jacob and Leonard exrs. Dau. Anne (unm.) household Goods,
Money &c. and rooms in House. Son Jacob Plantation, 150 Acres where I
dwell adj. Christian Clemmer, Isaac Derstine, Land devised to son John,
[adj.?]Abraham Gerhart and North branch of Perkimey Creek; also 42 1/2
acres 1/2 of Tract bought of Henry Berkey. Son John Plantation
purchased of Ph. Henry Seller 135 acres and remaining half part of
tract bought of Henry Berkey. Son Samuel, Grist and Oyl Mill and 76 3/4
Acres bought of George Meyer, partly in Montgomery Co. Son Leonard
Plantation purchased of John Treichler, in Hilltown 170 1/4 Acres.
Wits: Abraham Stout, Jacob Kinsey, George Clemens.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834- BUCKS CO, PA

 

Page 169.  Jacob Savelcool, of Rockhill Twp., Yeoman.  August 3, 1780. 

Proved January 23, 1782.

Wife Elizabeth.  Son William and son-in-law Julius Kolb, exrs.  Sons

William and Isaac.  Daus. Catharine, Eleanor, Susanna and Elizabeth. 

Gd.son Jacob Kolb.  Land in Hilltown adj. Henry Hertzell, Leonard

Seller, John Shellenberger, Philip Wagner and Jacob Appenzeller.

Wit: Isaac Dirstine, Jacob Clemmer, Abrm. Stout.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

SELLER, CATHERINE. Rockhill. Bucks Co. Widow.

February 5, 1770. May 26, 1773.

Children: Philip Leonard, Henry, John, Paul, Peter, Jacob, Magdalena,

Margaret, Elizabeth. Grandchildren: children of daughter Elizabeth.

Exec.: Peter Seller. Witnesses: Johannes Behner, Abraham Stout.

(P:414)

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 255.  John Sellers of Hilltown, Blacksmith.  December 26, 1782. 

Proved February 13, 1783. Wife Anne and Son Abraham, exrs.  Sons

Abraham, Samuel and John. Daus. Elizabeth.  Land adj. Abrm. Wambold and

Ernest Hair in Rockhill.  Farm in Hilltown adj. Henry Hartzell, Adam

Cobe, Abrm. Cobe and Abrm. Miller. Wit: Job Thomas, Abraham Stout.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 170. John Cremor of Hilltown Twp., yeoman. February 20, 1790.

Proved April 10, 1790.

 Wife Christiana. Samuel Myers and Henry Eagle exrs. Sons George,

Andrew, Henry, John, Paul and Daniel. Daus. Christiana wife of Nicholas

Frantz. Land adj. Samuel Dean, John Mathias, Michael Frantz, Martin

Fretz, Henry Hendricks and Peter Sellers.

Wits: Michael Snyder, Ephraim Thomas, John Mathew.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 318. Robert Thorn. Proved January 16, 1793.

George Wall, George Geddes, and Elias Carey, exrs. Ch. Isaac Thorn son

of Ann Seboun. Joseph Thorn son of Ann Fetherby. Nephew John Thorn.

William Sellers and wife.

Wits: William McPeake, Ann McPeake, George Rife.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 99. Peter Brodder, New Britain Twp. November 25, 1801. Proved

September 18, 1805. Wife Rachel. Son Jacob Bodder exr. Wife all estate

for life; then Plantation to be sold, proceeds to sons Jacob and John

and Daus., Sophia wife of Abraham Sellers (for life) and Catharine wife

of Samuel Sellers. Wits: William Snare, Enoch Fowler and John Pugh.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 280. Abraham Stout, Rockhill Twp., yeoman, "Aged." May 14, 1812.

Proved July 11, 1812.

Sons Jacob and Abraham exrs. Dau. Hannah Worman, a widow. Son Henry H.

Stout 214 Acres in Brush Valley formerly in Northumberland Co. now

Centre Co. bounded by lands of Henry Bolanger and Andrew Moore. Son

Abraham 80 acres of Plantation I live on adj. John Groff, John Landes,

Jacob Stout, Benjamin Rosenberger and Henry Groff and 20 acres adj.

John Landes, Adam Kern, John Hoot, John Zearfoss and the College land.

Son Jacob balance of Plantation adj. Henri Nunnemaker, Adam Kern,

Abraham Stoffer and Philip Reeser. 120 acres and 28 acres adj. Abraham

Wanholt, Henry Gross and College land. Daus. Anne, Margaret, Hannah and

Magdalena. As surviving Trustee of Union School House, I appoint my son

Jacob as Trustee. Son Abraham share in Richland Library.

Wits: Samuel Sellers, Henry Schlichter.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 426. Margaret Routenbush, Rockhill Twp., widow. June 5, 1809.

Codicil March 20, 1813. Proved December 11, 1820.

Son George Routenbush exr. 2 sons and 4 daus. Daus. Barbara, Charlot,

Margaret and Catharin.

Wits: Adam Gearhart, Samuel Sellers, Abraham Stout, (last two

December'd.), and Samuel and Mary Gehman. Translated from German.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

 

 

 

Page 77. Maria Elizabeth Nice, Lower Milford Twp., widow. January 4,

1821. Proved April 27, 1822.

Philip Cope exr. and sole legatee.

Wits: Henry Schlichter, John Sellers and Henry Cope.

 

BUCKS CO, DEEDS

 

From LYNN SELLERS MACK

Roland & Lynn Mack [mackfamily@earthlink.net]
INDENTURE DEED

 

HENRY SELLERS AND SUSANNA HIS WIFE

 

TO ISAAC DERSTINE

 

 

 

Recorded June 9, 1789, in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania

 

 

 

This Indenture made the second day of April in the year of our Lord

One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty nine Between HENRY SELLERS of

the Township of Rockhill in the County of Bucks and State of

Pennsylvania, Weaver, and SUSANNA his wife of the one Part and ISAAC

DERSTINE of Rockhill Township aforesaid, Miller, of the other Part,

Witnesseth that the said HENRY SELLERS and SUSANNA his wife for and in

consideration of the sum of Two Hundred Pounds lawful money of

Pennsylvania in Silver and Gold unto them well and truly in hand paid

the said ISAAC DERSTINE at or before the Sealing and delivery hereof:

 

 

 

The Receipt whereof they the said HENRY SELLERS and SUSANNA his wife

hereby acknowledge and thereof acquit and forever discharge the said

ISAAC DERSTINE his heirs and assigns by these presents: They the said

HENRY SELLERS and SUSANNA his wife have granted bargained sold

conveyed released and confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain

sell convey release and confirm unto the said ISAAC DERSTINE his heirs

and assigns Two Lots or pieces of land situate lying and being in the

Township of Rockhill and county of Bucks, aforesaid the first thereof

beginning at a post in a line of JACOB CLEMMERS land and from thence

extending <*--- > and the said ISAAC DERSTINE South thirty seven

degrees and an half West Thirty seven perches and seventenths of a

perch to a Post on a Black Oak and by the same North Forty nine

Degrees West Forty Perches to a post in the <**Tail> Race of ISAAC

DERSTINE Mill thence down in middle of the said Race to the creek.

Thence in the middle of the creek down to JACOB CLEMMERS land the next

following three courses and < >.

 

 

 

Viz: North fifteen degrees west eighteen perches north thirty three

degrees and a half East fourteen perches and three tenths of <**a

perch> and north forty eight degrees and a half east twelve perches to

JACOB CLEMMERS land thence by the same south forty nine degrees and

forty five minutes east fifty three perches to the first mentioned

place of beginning containing twelve acres and three quarters and

<**fourteen> perches.  Being the same piece of land which JACOB

SAVELCOOL and ELIZABETH his wife by Indenture dated the eighth day of

September Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty for the

consideration < *--- > therein mentioned did grant bargain sell

release and confirm unto the said HENRY SELLERS in < *--- > as by the

said Indenture recorded in the office for recording Deeds in Bucks Co.

 

 

 

[*  Unable to decipher word         **Made my best guess.]