RONNIE'S PAGE
wildwest@chartermi.net
Fri 10/4/2002 11:36 AM

I need info on the parents of James Sellers b. abt 1735 d 1805
Chatham Co, NC
m. Patience Parker
9 children
If any one has information on this family and wouldnt mind sharing please contact me
Thank you in advance



BTimmons@aol.com

Re: inquiry about James and Patience Sellers' children.  Here is what I have:

James Sellers (Jr.) born about 1759
Robert Sellers born about 1765
Ruth Sellers born about 1768
Isaac Sellers born about 1769
John Sellers born about 1770
Lard/Laird Sellers born 13 December 1771
Patience Sellers born about 1774
Rachel Sellers born about 1775
Young Sellers born 1784

I too think James married Patience Parker but have no proof.  Do you have any?

Bill Timmons



randr [wildwest@chartermi.net]
No I wish I did im looking into that part hoping some one has found
something
The parker side just as confusing
Rachel Sellers married  John Hammock that is my line
Just started The sellers and parker line
so I don't have much still looking
I have the same list of children as you do
I was told by another lady who has helped me with the Hammock family that
the two were married so that was my lead she didn't have anything else
Wish I could be of more help
Thank You
Ronnie West
randr [wildwest@chartermi.net]
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----- Original Message -----
From: "marie sellers hollinger" <mari@netins.net>
To: <wildwest@chartermi.net>
Sent: Sunday, October 06, 2002 10:36 AM
Subject: FW: [SELLERS] Sellers Family NC anyone?
 

> Wanted to make sure you rec'd. thanks, marie, iowa



Rachel Sellers married John Hammock 01 April 1791, Chatham County, North
Carolina.
Ronnie, Bill Timmons and I have been researching James Sellers and Patience
Parker for several years.  I don't have anything on your line and am anxious
to see your posting.  Did John and Rachel go to Overton County, Tennessee?
That is the county that the Bilbrey's went while most of the others went to
Maury County, Tennessee.  Young Sellers stayed in Chatham County, NC, where
he was last found on the 1850 census in the household of his daughter.

Georgia
Georgia L. Fletcher [chickflet@aristotle.net]



RONNIE, thanks.
We have the SELLERS GENEALOGY web pages.

Would you like to send RACHEL SELLERS/JOHN HAMMOCK family chart =
when/where  married.
kids born when/where and where went =
and we can link you to those counties.
IT HELPS others find you.

I DON'T see where we have a PARKER FAMILY GENEALOGY connected to NC?
NEED All their info in this area.
REV WAR records?
WE have several listing this Surname for PATIENCE, wife of JAMES SELLERS

DOES the HAMMOCK family list any PARKERS?

DID TN have More info on the PARKER family
DID we have More info on PARKERS in NC?

Thanks for sharing SELLERS,
marie, iowa



This is what I Have....
As for the parker
I was Told  James Sellers Married Patience Parker
was Looking to confirm that info
Thank you Ronnie West
randr [wildwest@chartermi.net]

just two weeks ago discovered that my great great great grandmother Millie c, Poston was a hammock

 I have sent you what was sent to me and i have to correct this again the page of info I sent to you was
not done by my hand but by the hand of Vickie Brown a wonderful lady who loves to share.  she would love to hear from you.
VICKI BROWN
vickiebrown@att.net



JOHN HAMMOCK 1770  FAMILY
by VICKI BROWN
 vickiebrown@att.net

Descendants of John Hammock

Generation No. 1

1.  JOHN1 HAMMOCK was born Bet. 1770 - 1780 in NC, and died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Overton Co., TN.  He married RACHEL SELLERS April 01, 1791 in Chatham Co, NC.

Notes for JOHN HAMMOCK:
Info on John Hammock and Rachel Sellars provided by Ron Dishman.
Vol. C Roll 31 Overton Co Wills

More About JOHN HAMMOCK:
Property: Land Grant in Overton Co, TN on June 18, 1818 for 10 acres

Children of JOHN HAMMOCK and RACHEL SELLERS are:
2. i. LAIRD2 HAMMOCK, b. 1800, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1868, Overton Co., TN.
 ii. WILLIAM HAMMOCK, b. 1794.
 iii. JAMES HAMMOCK, b. 1798.
 iv. JOHN HAMMOCK, b. 1806.
 v. ANNA HAMMOCK, b. 1802.
 vi. MARY POLLY HAMMOCK.
 vii. ELIZABETH HAMMOCK, b. 1809.
 viii. DAVID HAMMOCK, b. 1810.
 ix. RACHEL HAMMOCK, b. 1815.
 x. DANIEL HAMMOCK, b. May 18, 1815.

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what is your page address for your web page would like to take a look
thank you
Ronnie West



RONNIE, main page = http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/
Now, this is Not professional done. This is our members sharing their families and documents.
Thank you for your nice, easy to read HAMMOCK family info. I will link it to your page/url.
marie, iowa


RONNIE, thanks,

NOW, we don't have much posted on HAMMOCKS in Chatham Co, NC or OVERTON CO,TN.

Did a Bilbery, sister or cousin? come here also? ( I kinda see we don't have a very good link here to her! - will try and see if there is more info ,msh)

WE don't have the census posted on Overton Co, Tn for your/our RACHEL SELLERS/JOHN HAMMOCK.
CAN you send = SO we can SEE THEM in the census years.
WE will Share Any documents we have on these families.

I posted info I have on PARKER FAMILY,
But, I am sure others connected to this family have more.
ALL = PLEASE SEND PARKER FAMILIES connected to ORANGE/CHATHAM CO, NC

PLEASE SEND what you can.
THANKS for sharing SELLERS, marie, iowa



OCT 9, 2002
Georgia L. Fletcher [chickflet@aristotle.net]
Rachel Sellers married John Hammock 01 April 1791, Chatham County, North Carolina.

Ronnie, Bill Timmons and I have been researching James Sellers and Patience
Parker for several years.  I don't have anything on your line and am anxious
to see your posting.  Did John and Rachel go to Sullivan County, Tennessee?
That is the county that the Bilbrey's went while most of the others went to
Maury County, Tennessee.  Young Sellers stayed in Chatham County, NC, where
he was last found on the 1850 census in the household of his daughter.

Georgia



GEORGIA ,
Thanks for helping.
DO we have a marriage bond, etc for =
Rachel Sellers married John Hammock 01 April 1791, Chatham County, North
Carolina.

Hopefully, they can send us census/tax/county minutes records on this family from 1790 TO OVERTON CO, TN.

marie, iowa



oct 11, 2002
hopefully soon I will be able to add more
thank you for the info
Ronnie West