THOMAS SELLERS 1710/18- or all THOMAS SELLERS


ST PAULS PARISH, MD/DE= VOL 1 , ABSTRACTS OF REV ALLENS =

(If AnyOne has followed Any of These families - Please - send a note of
where Any family went - thanks,  marie, iowa)

9-10-1734= JOSHUA HALL engaged to build a gallery
5-1-1738 = JOSHUA HALL was to plaster church
1739 = church finished - 8 yrs after started

BOURDILLON name mentioned

VESTRY RECORDS = 1726-1781 = original signatures of Tobias  STANSBURY,
John MERRYMAN, Richard GIST, Edmund TALBOT
(note included =can be photoed at Maryland H/S )

 1756/1762=Bachelors taxed = Lower Hundred =
Samuel, Josias, Edward BOWEN
Nathaniel WILLIAMS
Thomas SOLLERS
Thomas JONES,
Edmund STANSBERRY
Jonathon HARRISON JR
Wm PATRIDGE

AND OTHERS

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1750 SAMUEL or THOMAS SOLLERS married Avarilla PERRIGO,widow of EDWARD
(Balt MD Account booksV, page153/275

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1753 BALTIMORE CO, MD PETITIONERS
THOMAS SOLLERS

1755 BALTIMORE CO, MD ST PAULS PARISH
THOMS SOLLERS

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COLONIAL VA

Tho:s Sellers, Serjeant, Capt John West's Recruits, Jun 1754
Thom:s Sellars, Hog's Col recruit that enlisted after Battle of The
Meadows, 1754

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Will of SABRITT SOLLERS 2-3-1760 probated 3-9-1760 of Baltimore Co,MD
Wife = Mary=dwelling plantation 102 acres , part of tract called KINDERTON and after to
Son = Sabritt and if he should die without issue, then to
Son = Heighte and
Son = Thomas
----Son Sabritt all Southmost part of tract of land called Kinderton , division line between my son Sabritt and his brother Thomas and south side Josias BOWERS  f rom locust  to Patapsco River and Sabritt SOLLERS _
----Son Sabritt - tract of land JONAS CHANCE and another tract GARDNERS ADDITION and if he dies without issue then said land and also part of Kinderton to sons Heighe and Thomas
Son=John
Dau=Eleanor and NOT to marry Josias  BOWEN , but, if she does=

Grandson William SOLLERS, son of Heighe

children of dau Ann PATRIDGE
children of son John
children of dau Mary BOWEN
to John Bown son of Nathan  BOWEN

EXEC= wife Mary, sons Heighe and Thomas
2-6-1760

Wit = A. EAGLESTONE, Wm BARNEY, Edmd TALBOTT

5-19-1760 PROVED

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4-15-1777 Baltimore Co,Md=
Heighe SOLLERS, will, Exec=Sabrett SOLLERS 


ADMIRALTY COURT (Court Papers) 1780 Thomas Sollers & MD vs Capt. Peregrine Dunk of the
Polly MdHR 7871-1-25 SSU 116-25 1/32/1/6

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1-701783 = see below , same? Baltimore Co., Md
Thomas SOLLERS died at his seat on Patapsco Neck, late Naval Officer of this port and many yrs a magistrate in this county. 

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MARYLAND MARRIAGES 1777-1804

ACHA. SOLLERS
ANN SOLLERS
ANN SOLLERS
ANN SOLLERS
ARAINA SOLLERS
ELEANOR SOLLERS
ELISHA SOLLERS
ISABELLA SOLLERS
JAMES MACKALL SOLLERS
MARY SOLLERS
SARAH SOLLERS
THOMAS SOLLERS 



8-19-1786 Baltimore CoMD will of SABRITT SOLLERS=
Niece, Eleanor WATTERS
Niece, Nancy CROMWELL
Sister , Bowen
Elisha SOLLERS
Sally SOLLERS
Brother Thomas SOLLERS
Brother Heighe
Whereas my mother's estate and my brother Heighe's estate have NOT been settled and papers for them in my desk, copies of Heighe's investments also. Always been an account bet my brother Heighe and me and also bet my brother Thomas Sollers and Me.

2-13-1788= value of late Sabritt SOLLERSdwelling and plantation about 297 acres CLEARED LAND , 100 acres wood, 30 acres meadow, worth 90 pounds of rent per annum One half of above belonging to Thomas SOLLERS and other half to Elisha SOLLERS
(Baltimore Co,Md Wills, Book 1, page 159

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4-13-1781 BALTIMORE CO, MD Will of THOMAS SOLLERS of Patapsco Neck, Balt CoMD
Wife
Eldest Son THOMAS
Dau, SARAH
Son, SABRETT
Son, BASIL
Dau, MARY
Son, DENNIS
Dau, ARIANA
to three sons, Sabrett, Basil and Dennis = all and every tract of land I hold or have right to in FREDERICKCO.
to son Thomas lands in Patapsco Neck where I now reside 



NOTES by MD H-S =
Thomas SOLLERS - 2nd major of Gunpowder Battallion of Baltimore -5-25-1776,
Major on 8-3-1777
Naval officer of Baltimore in 1778

Thomas SOLLERS married Ariana DORSEY
and their CHILDREN =
THOMAS,baptised 4-22-1767 St Pauls Church, Baltimore and on 1790 Census
SABRETT
BASIL
DENNIS
SARAH , buriedChrist Church ,Solomon Island
MARY, on 1790 census
ARIANA

WILLS, MARYLAND LAND OFFICE, REGISTER OF WILLS, FAMILY RECORDS, 

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2-13-1788 BALT CO, MD = ADM of ESTATE of HEIGHE SOLLERS , son of
Sabritt and Mary Heighe SOLLARS
(named in will of his father SABRITT SOLLERS SR, 2-3-1760 to receive 50 pounds to be paid him by my sons Sabritt and Thomas SOLLERS and if either die without issue, Heighe to receive their part of land AND Sabritt JR, apparently died without issue and left bulk of estate to Elisha SOLLERS, son of HEIGHE  and gifts to Heighe's other children)

HEIGHE SOLLERS died intestate =Adm= Jehu/John BOWEN and Jeremiah JOHNSON (married Eleanor SELLORS)
INV= f839-11-3
Payments to ANN SOLLERS, part of her share of fathers estate
Payments to MARY SOLLERS, part of her share of fathers estate
Money retained by Accounant JEHU , guardian of ELISHA SOLLERS for his part of fathers estate
Money retained by Accounant JEREMIAH for his wifes part of  fathers estate 

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1790 BALTIMORE CO, MD

THOMAS SOLLARS


4-25-1797 Thomas SOLLERS married Sarah PENNINGTON, StPaulParish,BaltCo,MD

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1810 ANNE ARUNDEL CO, MD
THOMAS SELLARS, PAGE 484

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VIRGINIA= THOMAS SELLERS =
COLONIAL VA

Tho:s Sellers, Serjeant, Capt John West's Recruits, Jun 1754

Jn:o Sellars, recruit who joined at Will's Creek after battle of the
Meadows, Jul 1754
Thom:s Sellars, Hog's Col recruit that enlisted after Battle of The
Meadows, 1754

 

 

PA =

1753 BALTIMORE CO, MD
THOMAS SOLLERS, PETITIONER
1755 BALTIMORE CO, MD
THOMAS SOLLERS, ST PAULS PARISH

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From:
        HERMON B FAGLEY <hermfagley@juno.com>
        1st battle of French + Indian war in sw Pa
Roster of the Virginia Regiment at Fort Necessity
A Roster of the Virginia Regiment
at Fort Necessity 1754
Officers
      Colonel George Washington
      Lieutenant Colonel George Muse + Elsod's intermarry-became enemy
of Washington for leading his exposed men within the fort,without orders.

      Major Robert Stobo- have a book on him-captive 1754 to Canada
      Captain Peter Hogg
      Captain Andrew Lewis
      Captain George Mercer
      Captain Jacob Van Braam
      Captain Thomas Waggoner built forts n+s of Moorefield,WV

 Thomas Sellers

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      "Phil Ellsworth" <cedarfil@co.tds.net>

The John Campbell whose pension is described below served also in
Captain Orbison's Company, a Cumberland County, PA, militia unit.  His
application contains the only known account of the discovery and
burial of the men slain in the massacre of Captain Phillips' ranger
company in Woodcock Valley near Huntingdon, PA, in 1780.  Rosters of
this company list many Campbells, a Thomas Sellers, and a Holmes
Sellers.  Many of the roster names are on the 1779 tax list for Peters
Township, Cumberland County.

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1743? FRANKLIN CO, PA (made in 1784 from Cumberland)
THOMAS SELLERS, JOHN McCLELLAN, WALTER BEATTY ALEX WHITE, WILSON HALLIDAY and MARTHA HOWRY were settlers. 

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Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Land Warrantees
Sellers, Thomas                                            50         Feb. 25, 1788
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Thomas Sellers (Cellars), Revolution, Franklin, PA

        From:
             J Sellers <jsellers@ais.net>

>From "American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania,"
compiled by Virginia Shannon Fendrick, p 189;

Thomas Sellers (Cellars)
Served as private under Capt. John Orbison, 1780-81.  He mar. Sarah,
dau. of John Flanagan, an early pew holder in the Welsh Run Church.
Thomas Sellers & wife went to Delaware Co., Ohio.  Penna. Arch. 5th Ser.
Vol. 6, p. 264, 274, 294.

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1790 FRANKLIN CO, PA CENSUS=
*THOMAS CELLARS = 2-3-4-0-0 PAGE 115 (Fannet,Hamilton,Letterkenney,Montgomery,Peters Twn)
(*did we go to Franklin, Delaware Co, Oh, died 1816 Del Co,OH?)
1806/7/8 Franklin Co, Ohio tax list = Thomas SELLERS 

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there is a THOMAS SELLERS =
11-21-1739 = THOMAS SELLERS land grant # 3897 = 300acres in Edgcombe Co on S.side of Tar River, jng John MILLS, Edmund TYSON and river side.
(perhaps read land description - as we have SELLERS connected to Tar River in ?? county,msh)
and a THOMAS SELLERS in 1755 Orange Co, NC, same?)
and a THOMAS SELLERS in 1779  Edgefield Co, SC



  From:
            "The Sellers" <labadaba@ispchannel.com>
 

I recently took a trip to Edgefield, Edgefield Co. S.C..   I found this deed info. pertaining to Thomas and Howell Sellers.

                               Conveyance Book 13: 1796-1797
                               p.27-29   Howell Sellers to Mary Fike for 65 sterling, 123 acres NW side of land
                               granted to Thomas Sellers of 193 acres on Log Cr of Turkey Cr adj on NE by Thomas
                               McGinnis, SE by Mexoal(?)'s land, SW by John Youngblood, & 9 acres adj above land,
                               part of grant to Thos McGinnis.
                              Wit Isaac Grubbs, John(X)Youngblood. /S/ Howel
                               Sellers. Arthur Simkins, JP, certifies that Sarah Sellers wife of Howel Sellers
                               signed deed freely. Arthur Simkins. Sarah(X)Sellers.
                               Proven by John Youngblood   5 April 1796 before Arthur Simkins. Rec 9 Apr 1796.

                               (can be found in Edgefield Co. Deed Book 13,14,15,pg.3)

                               Conveyance Book 13: 1796-1797
                               pg.338-340   Mary Fike to John Landrum. Deed, 8 September 1796, 40 sterling,
                               123 acres that Howel Sellers now liveth on being part of two surveys, 9 acres part
                               of land granted to Thomas McGinnes and conveyed by McGinnes to Thomas Sellers which
                               is the tract sd Sellers now liveth on, both sides of Log Creek, conveyed by Thomas                                 Sellers to his son Howel Sellers, and 114 of above mentioned 123 acres is part of a
                               tract containing 193 acres granted to above mentioned Thomas Sellers lying south of
                               Log Creek, the 114 acres is all of the last mentioned survey that lyeth on NW side
                               of Horse Pen Branch. Wit James Brown, Lewis Youngblood. /S/ Mary(X)Fike. Proven
                               11 Oct 1796 by Lewis Youngblood; John Blocker JP. Rec 11 Oct 1796.

                               (also can be found in Edgefield Co. Deed Book 13,14,15, pg.24)
 

                               Dan Sellers
                               labadaba@ispchannel.com



WOW, a proven Dad and a WIFE all in these documents!

 HOWELL SELLERS =
REV WAR HOWELL SELLERS born 3/1762 CHATHAM CO, NC
enlisted 1776 from Edgefield,SC

and  CHATHAM CO, NC = made in 1770 from Orange Co, NC =
1755 ORANGE CO, TAX LIST
Robert MILTON (a 1759 will has a JAMES SELLERS as witness)
Thomas SELLERS (born before 1735)

Orange Co,NC land deeds
5-12-1761-John LANDRUM grantor to John SELLERS, 100A,wit Peter SULLINGER

Thomas SELLERS
  1768 signed Regulator advertisement
 

1780 CHATHAM district of ORANGE CO, = THOMAS SELLERS tax list

1790 ORANGE CO, NC CENSUS= (could this be a son or a childs son?msh)
THOMAS SELLERS, page 93 =0-0-0

1779 NINETY SIX DIST., SC=
Thomas SELLARS

HOWELL SELLERS 1762, dad would have been born before 1740?

 THOMAS SELLERS =
11-21-1739 = THOMAS SELLERS land grant # 3897 = 300 acres in Edgcombe Co on S.side
of Tar River, jng John MILLS,
Edmund TYSON and river side.
(he was probably born 1718 or before (if had to be 21 to  buy a grant)
DO we KNOW where this THOMAS SELLERS went to?
PLEASE send a note or suggestions
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FEB 1740 Edgecombe Co, NC = Benjamin SELLERS
of Edgecombe Co, sells 50 acres of land in Bertie Co that
my father Mathew SELLERS bought of Benjamin FOREMAN,
where my mother now lives.

Benjamin SELLERS sells 50 acres of land on south side of
Meherin River and KIRBY creek that my father Matthew SELLERS
bought from Benj FOREMAN. Samuel MIRRET was witness,
(so must have lived close,msh)
3-25-1743 =BENJAMIN SELLARS= Grant#2485 = 200 acres in Edgecombe Co
on S side Swifts creek, jng Willm. WHITEHEAD and creek

WE believe this is BENJ SELLERS 1720/1761, son of MATHEW SELLERS

IS the above THOMAS SELLERS 1718 the same that went to ORANGE and CHATHAM CO, NC?
IDEAS appreciated.

our documents =
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/ncedge.htm
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/ncorang.htm
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/ncchath.htm
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/scedge.htm
http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/sc.htm
on the sc edge page above =

Charles Landrum Edgefield Co, SC by Tonya Salter

Found this info in a book today.
Deed of gift: Charles Landrum, Senr., Planter of Edgefield Co. SC to his children,
THOMAS
LANDRUM, CHARLES LANDRUM, MARY LANDRUM, PATIENCE LANDRUM, sons and
daughters, for love & affection:
Son: THOMAS- horse branded CL; mare branded CL; rifle gun;
Son: CHARLES- mare branded CL;
Dau., MARY- mare & 1/2 part of household furniture;
Dau., PATIENCE - mare branded B, also 1/2 part of household furniture.
My present crop to be equally divided among my children. S/ CHARLES LANDRUM. Wit
THOMAS SELLERS, SILAS SELLERS, who swore by oath 13 JUN 1793 before RICHARD
TUTT, J.P. Rcd. 13 JUN 1793.
 

marie, iowa
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The Sellers wrote:

>                                                           I recently took a trip
to Edgefield, Edgefield Co. S.C..
>                                I found this deed info. pertaining to Thomas and
Howell Sellers.
>
>                                Conveyance Book 13: 1796-1797
>                                p.27-29   Howell Sellers to Mary Fike for 65
sterling, 123 acres NW side of land
>                                granted to Thomas Sellers of 193 acres on Log Cr of
Turkey Cr adj on NE by Thomas
>                                McGinnis, SE by Mexoal(?)'s land, SW by John
Youngblood, & 9 acres adj above land,
>                                part of grant to Thos McGinnis. Wit Isaac Grubbs,
John(X)Youngblood. /S/ Howel
>                                Sellers. Arthur Simkins, JP, certifies that Sarah
Sellers wife of Howel Sellers
>                                signed deed freely. Arthur Simkins.
Sarah(X)Sellers. Proven by John Youngblood
>                                5 April 1796 before Arthur Simkins. Rec 9 Apr 1796.
>
>                                (can be found in Edgefield Co. Deed Book 13,14,15,
pg.3)
>
>                                Conveyance Book 13: 1796-1797
>                                pg.338-340   Mary Fike to John Landrum. Deed, 8
September 1796, 40 sterling,
>                                123 acres that Howel Sellers now liveth on being
part of two surveys, 9 acres part
>                                of land granted to Thomas McGinnes and conveyed by
McGinnes to Thomas Sellers which
>                                is the tract sd Sellers now liveth on, both sides
of Log Creek, conveyed by Thomas
>                                Sellers to his son Howel Sellers, and 114 of above
mentioned 123 acres is part of a
>                                tract containing 193 acres granted to above
mentioned Thomas Sellers lying south of
>                                Log Creek, the 114 acres is all of the last
mentioned survey that lyeth on NW side
>                                of Horse Pen Branch. Wit James Brown, Lewis
Youngblood. /S/ Mary(X)Fike. Proven
>                                11 Oct 1796 by Lewis Youngblood; John Blocker JP.
Rec 11 Oct 1796.
>
>                                (also can be found in Edgefield Co. Deed Book
13,14,15, pg.24)
>
>
>
Dan Sellers


HERMON, thanks again for trying to help.
I have been unable to prove him.

MAYBE SOMEONE else can help with a timeline on our THOMAS SELLERS'

RE:
VIRGINIA= THOMAS SELLERS =
COLONIAL VA

Tho:s Sellers, Serjeant, Capt John West's Recruits, Jun 1754

Jn:o Sellars, recruit who joined at Will's Creek after battle of the
Meadows, Jul 1754
Thom:s Sellars, Hog's Col recruit that enlisted after Battle of The
Meadows, 1754
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VA = can't find THOMAS SELLERS, ETC, except French/Indian War above

1753 WE have THOMAS SOLLARS in Balt Co, MD
1740's We have Thomas Sellers/Cellers in Franklin Co, Pa
1788 Thomas Sellers in Franklin Co, Pa = to Delaware Co, OH in 1808/Same?
suppose to be same as Rev War = Served as private under Capt. John Orbison, 1780-81.

1779 SC we have THOMAS SELLERS

COULD any of members from MACKAYS group from SC to 1754 Fort Necessity
been included in the Roster? doubt it?? wasn't his list of soldiers? But, was the list separated from the SC soldiers and the VA list?

LOOKING for help/ideas, etc.
marie, iowa

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  Robert C. Sollars [mailto:rcsollars@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2005 4:11 AM
To: marie sellers hollinger; SELLERS; HFAGLEY@aol.com
Cc: wadurst@yahoo.com
Subject: {not a subscriber} Re: FW: [SELLERS] RE: Thomas Sellars/GARRETT
CO, MD


Hi Mary, it has been a while since we last exchanged information. Good to
see you are still going strong! Thanks for sharing with me here. Don't know
if I am helpfull to Herman Fagley, but will welcome further communications
from him. As for our Thomas Sollars (1782-aft1870), here are a few
highlights:

In the Scioto Gazette, Monday, 16 April 1804, No.200, Thomas Sellars of Salt
Lick, is found on a list of people with mail to pick up at the Chillicothe,
Ross Co., Ohio post office. The fact there are no other known Thomas
Sollars' in the family at this early date suggests strongly that this our
subject Thomas Sollars was in Ross County in 1804. This is where his parents
and his siblings moved to from Virginia some four years earlier... To
speculate, maybe this letter provided prospects for him back in Hardy Co.,
VA(WV) regarding the tavern/inn he owned and operated commencing the
following year (1805) on the turnpike near Gormania...

THE SOLLARS TAVERN
"The ruins of a tavern near Gormania, Grant Co., WV was, in 1805, known as
"The Sollars Place." The proprietor of this inn was Thomas Sollars (In 1805
in Hardy Co., WV). Another source from 1945, has this place as the ruins of
a home and tavern near Gormania, Union District, Grant Co., WV., unmapped,
named for Thomas Sollars (b.1782) who was here in 1805 keeping a tavern on
the busy Northwestern Turnpike.
"Hotels were not more than from three to six miles apart and besides these
every farm house along the way was open to public entertainment. There were
hotels at the following places along the road where it passed through this
section: The first at North Branch or Schaeffersville, another less than a
mile coming east was known as the Sollars Place, and another at Stony River,
next the Stone House near Abram's Creek and another at Cob Tavern about a
half mile from the top of the Alleghenies in Mineral County.

"SOLLARS PLACE, THE, a ruined tavern near Gormania, Grant County, named for
its proprietor, Thomas Sollars, who kept an inn there in 1805." (Found in
THE WEST VIRGINIA ENCYCLOPEDIA, vol 20. Edited by Jim Comstock, Richwood WV
1976) Durin this time period, it would have been in Hardy Co. Virginia. West
Virginia was formed out of Virginia on June 20, 1863. Hardy Co. was formed
in 1786 from Hampshire Co., while Grant CO. (WV)was formed from Hardy Co. in
1866. Today, Gormania is located in Grant Co. (previously Hardy Co.) next to
the Maryland state lines.

War of 1812:
SOLLARS,THOMAS - 7 REG'T (SAUNDER'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA. Enlisted a PRIVATE,
discharged a PRIVATE, Box 195 Roll No.602

Thomas served in the War of 1812: He was drafted at James Parker's on or
about the last day of July, 1814 for a term of six months, and enrolled in
Capt Samuel Cockerill's Company of Infantry, 7th (Saunder's) Regiment
Virginia Militia, July 29, 1814 a Norfolk, VA. The 7th Regiment was
commanded by David Saunders from the tenth day of June 1812.

Land Grants West Virginia (Bk 5, p.413)
Thomas Sollars - 50 acres on New Creek, Hampshire Co., WV in the year 1825.

Thomas Sollars by trade was a stone mason. His bailywick was Hampshire,
Hardy, Grant and Mineral counties of now W.V., and Garrett Co., MD as they
came into being.

If "anyone" can expand on the above information in anyway, please share the
same with me.

Rockingham Co., VA had a good number of the SELLERS/SELLARS surname in the
late 1700s. My SOLLARS branch was in Frederick Co., VA in the latter part
of the 1700s and early 1800s, my gr-gr-grandfather being Ignatius Sollars.
He moved his family to Ross Co., OH in 1799/1800. One of Thomas Sollars'
sons William R. Sollars ( 1816-1901) resided in Frederick Co., VA having
married Mary Capper of the Back Creek area. He went west to Colfax Co., NE
in the latter part of the 1800s.

Look forward to hearing from all who are interested in the Sollars line.

Bob

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Samuel Sollars of what became lower Fayette Co., OH when taken off Ross Co., came there about 1807 from Pittsburg, PA area. He was the elder of two sons born to Isaac Sollers (1741-1889) who was born in Anna Bundel Co., VA to Abraham Sollers son of Robert Sollers. Isaac was killed by Indians while hunting near Washington, KY.

William Sollars and Ignatius Sollars came to Ross Co., OH in 1799/1800 to settle as you say in northwest Ross Co., OH. As the other counties of Fayette Co., Madison Co., and Pickaway Co., were taken off of Ross, this family branch found itself divided up in those three counties. My gr-gr grandfather Ignatius Sollars in Deerfield Twp., Ross Co., on Deer Creek. His daughter Susannah Sollars Hull with her husband Platt and children in Deer Creek Twp., Pickaway Co., and some of William Sollars' children in Madison Twp., Fayette Co., and just over the line in Madison Co., and also over the line in Pickaway Co. in that tri-county location.
Robert C. Sollars. This line came out of the tri-county area of Frederick Co., VA, Hampshire Co (WV) and Berkeley Co., (WV) VA. A son of William, Thomas Sollars returned to Hampshire as previously explained to live out his long life and leave a large line of descendants in the mineral Co., WV and Gasrett Co., MD area.

What is your reference to your Thomas Sellers being in Garret Co., MD?

Not clear on your reference to Salt Lick...

Signed,

R. C. Sollars

4715 Center Way
Eugene, OR 97405
1-541-343-2071
rcsollars@comcast.net
----- Original Message -----
From: HFAGLEY@aol.com
To: rcsollars@comcast.net
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2005 4:07 AM
Subject: Re: FW: [SELLERS] RE: Thomas Sellars/GARRETT CO, MD


I usually think of Sollers in nw Ross Co,or nw of there,in ,maybe,Fayette. That's the Sollers with the unusual 1st name from old Baltimore Co.

However,in 1804,'Salt Lick' might refer to Jackson,Jackson Co,Ohio s e
down Rt 33 40+ miles. I suppose the Jackson's were named for Andrew Jackson,
whose fame was 1813 and later. The major commercial salt lict for salt production was there,and there is a Salt Lick Creek running west,or sw.

In Hampshire-Hardy Co,WV

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Samuel Sollars of what became lower Fayette Co., OH when taken off Ross Co., came there about 1807 from Pittsburg, PA area. He was the elder of two sons born to Isaac Sollers (1741-1889) who was born in Anna Bundel Co., VA to Abraham Sollers son of Robert Sollers. Isaac was killed by Indians while hunting near Washington, KY.

William Sollars and Ignatius Sollars came to Ross Co., OH in 1799/1800 to settle as you say in northwest Ross Co., OH. As the other counties of Fayette Co., Madison Co., and Pickaway Co., were taken off of Ross, this family branch found itself divided up in those three counties. My gr-gr grandfather Ignatius Sollars in Deerfield Twp., Ross Co., on Deer Creek. His daughter Susannah Sollars Hull with her husband Platt and children in Deer Creek Twp., Pickaway Co., and some of William Sollars' children in Madison Twp., Fayette Co., and just over the line in Madison Co., and also over the line in Pickaway Co. in that tri-county location.
Robert C. Sollars. This line came out of the tri-county area of Frederick Co., VA, Hampshire Co (WV) and Berkeley Co., (WV) VA. A son of William, Thomas Sollars returned to Hampshire as previously explained to live out his long life and leave a large line of descendants in the mineral Co., WV and Gasrett Co., MD area.

What is your reference to your Thomas Sellers being in Garret Co., MD?

Not clear on your reference to Salt Lick...

Signed,

R. C. Sollars

4715 Center Way
Eugene, OR 97405
1-541-343-2071
rcsollars@comcast.net

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