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SELLERS Marcia M FORD 1939 1982 beloved mom and friend

 

 

 

Mr. Hubert Bender: You sent me a e-mail about Elisha Mack Champion. Roy Edward was my
uncle. His b-day was May 13, 1922. and he was born in Marshall, Texas. (Harrison County)
He died in Arilington and is buried there. Where I'm sorry to say I really don't know where. But it
was in the Dallas, County)area. He was married to a Mattie Frances Hicks Sellers. I have a picture
of the both of them. He was call the judge when he was a boy...........Please feel free to e-mail me if
you would like. Thank you so very much. queeniebutt@bwoodtx.com.
L.J.

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1870 DALLAS CO, TX
JACKSON SELLERS, PAGE 403


1880  Census Place: Precinct 7, Dallas, Texas
 Source: FHL Film 1255299  National Archives Film T9-1299     Page 327C
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Edward SELLERS Self M M B 85 NC
 Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Minta SELLERS Wife F M B 45 GA
 Occ: House Keeper Fa: GA Mo: GA

 Census Place: Dallas, Texas
 Source: FHL Film 1255299  National Archives Film T9-1299     Page 135B
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Dubling SELLERS Self M M B 68 NC
 Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Frances SELLERS Wife F M B 40 AL
 Occ: Keeping House Fa: --- Mo: ---
Dubling SELLERS Son M S B 16 TX
 Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: AL
Wyley SELLERS Son M S B 11 TX
 Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: AL
Gen L. SELLERS Son M S B 10 TX
   Fa: NC Mo: AL
Mad Gaines SELLERS Son M S B 9 TX
   Fa: NC Mo: AL
Martha SELLERS Dau F S B 5 TX
   Fa: NC Mo: AL
Mary SELLERS Dau F S B 5 TX
   Fa: NC Mo: AL
Fannie SELLERS Dau F S B 5M TX
   Fa: NC Mo: AL
Edward RILEY Other M S MU 26 TX
 Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Sallie RILEY Other F S B 17 AL
   Fa: NC Mo: AL
Richard BROWN GSon M S B 6 TX
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FROM JUANITA
               "Juanita DaCosta" <adacosta@ktc.com>

1900 DALLAS COUNTY TX
SELLERS, ALFRED-- 35 -M- W- SC--137 McKINLEY
AVE,DALLAS===VOL-39--ED-7--SHEET-10--LINE 30
SELLERS,CLARABINAT ?-- 29--F-W-GEORGIA
SELLERS,GRACE- 13--F-W-GEORGIA
SELLERS,LOIS- 9--F-W-GEORGIA
SELLERS, FRED- 11-M-W-TEXAS

1900 DALLAS CO, TX

1910


MONROE SELLERS DIED 3-5-1914 DALLAS CO, TX

1920

1930

Betsy Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1906 Texas Head Mary Boyer 23 KY, LODGER

Annis Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1907 Texas Sister-in-law, living with Wise W Walp 30 Anna L Walp 28 Wise W Walp 2

 Lon M Sellers Bonner Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1903 Texas Head
Bonner Sellers Lon M Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1908 Wife
Billy M Sellers Lon M, Bonner Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1926 Son
Jamie A Sellers Lon M, Bonner Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1929 Son

Robert Sellers Susie Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1890 Mississippi Head
Susie Sellers Robert Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1894 Wife
Suzanne Sellers Robert, Susie Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1924 Daughter
Robert Sellers Robert, Susie Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1926 Son

Will Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1870 Texas Head

Rosebud W Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1888 Kentucky Head
Mary F Sellers Rosebud W Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1917 Daughter

Phillip Sellers Gallie Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1863 Alabama Head
Gallie Sellers Phillip Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1873 Wife
Phillip Sellers Phillip, Gallie Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1911 Son

John A Sellers Thelma A Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1898 Texas Head
Thelma A Sellers John A Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1903 Wife
Kathryne Sellers John A, Thelma A Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1922 Daughter
Margaret Sellers John A, Thelma A Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1925 Daughter

James H Sellers Floy Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1898 Texas Head
Floy Sellers James H Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1898 Wife
Elizabeth L Sellers James H, Floy Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1917 Daughter

Nathan A Sellers Unice Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1880 Texas Head
Unice Sellers Nathan A Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1882 Wife Ivy Sellers
Ethel Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1890 Louisiana Head
Ethel Sellers Ivy Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1895 Wife
Goldie Sellers Ivy, Ethel Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1915 Daughter
Sylvia Sellers Ivy, Ethel Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1920 Daughter
Leo Sellers Ivy, Ethel Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1922 Son
Ruth Sellers Ivy, Ethel Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1924 Daughter
Elvie Sellers Ivy, Ethel Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1927 Son

Lyle M Sellers Rebecca, Ruth T Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1895 Missouri Head
Ruth T Sellers Lyle M Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1895 Wife
Adalyn L Sellers Lyle M, Ruth T Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1924 Daughter

Rebecca Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1869 Mother

Floyd G Sellers Beatrice Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1906 Texas Head
Beatrice Sellers Floyd G Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1912 Wife

Vora Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1910 Texas Lodger

Ella Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1904 Texas Head
R P Sellers Ella Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1919 Son
Leon Sellers Ella Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1921 Son

Thomas R Sellers Lileth D Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1896 Texas Head
Lileth D Sellers Thomas R Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1900 Wife
George H Sellers Thomas R, Lileth D Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1923 Son

Francis A Sellers Viola I, Leta M Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1900 Texas Head
Leta M Sellers Francis A Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1903 Wife

Viola I Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1876 Mother

Bobby L Sellers Francis A, Leta M Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1928 Son

Lena M Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1885 Texas Sister

Dick Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1914 Nephew

Willard L Sellers Avis P Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1893 Texas Head
Avis P Sellers Willard L Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1898 Wife
Donald F Sellers Willard L, Avis P Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1927 Son

Sallie W Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1848 Alabama Head (ck ,Oktibbeha. MS ,msh)
Annie Sellers Sallie W Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1885 Daughter
Sallie G Sellers Sallie W Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1887 Daughter
Mary Sellers Sallie W Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1891 Daughter

William B Sellers Gladys M Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1885 Kansas Head
Gladys M Sellers William B Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1887 Wife
Marine A Sellers William B, Gladys M Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1910 Daughter

Thomas C Sellers Egille Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1888 Texas Head
Egille Sellers Thomas C Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1898 Wife
Vernon Sellers Thomas C, Egille Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1918 Daughter
Thomas C Sellers Thomas C, Egille Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1926 Son
Jimmy J Sellers Thomas C, Egille Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1928 Son

William T Sellers Mattie F Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1891 Texas Head
Mattie F Sellers William T Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1892 Wife
Dan O Sellers William T, Mattie F Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1915 Son
Allee C Sellers William T, Mattie F Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1917 Daughter
Robert L Sellers William T, Mattie F Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1919 Son

Maria Sellers Dallas, Dallas, TX abt 1875 Texas Roomer

Alice Sellers Highland Park, Dallas, TX abt 1870 Texas Head;

Maid (Head) Harry H Sellers Mary Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1897 Missouri Head
Mary Sellers Harry H Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1898 Wife

Charles C Sellers Ophelia Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1870 Alabama Head
Ophelia Sellers Charles C Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1884 Wife
Josephine Sellers Charles C, Ophelia Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1912 Daughter
William Sellers Charles C, Ophelia Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1915 Son
Olivia Sellers Charles C, Ophelia Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1918 Daughter
Omelee Sellers Charles C, Ophelia Precinct 4, Dallas, TX abt 1921 Daughter

ROBERT PEARSON BORN 1884 Stariville, MS, died April 24, 1945 Dallas, Co., TX son of T.G.SELLERS and Sally Grenshaw (death cert,msh)

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1946 Native of Union Parish Louisiana Runs for Governor of Texas From Dallas, Texas "Morning News", issue of 9 June 1946 ================================================================================== ================================================================================== ["This is the second of several personality sketches on candidates for Governor that will appear in The News before the July primary."] Sellers: Teacher, Jurist, Cattleman If all the Jersey cows in Texas were given a vote, Gen. Grover Sellers probably would be elected Governor by a landslide. Sellers is a tried and true friend of the Jersey. On the wall of his farm home near Sulphur Springs is a photograph of Susan’s Golden Volunteer, an efficient bull. The bull’s picture is given equal display with photos of the candidate’s numerous close friends and governmental officials. Under Volunteer’s picture is this caption: “Removed Mortgage from the Farm.” Sellers, while making friends with the Jersey, hasn’t done badly with human relations in politics. He has made six political races and has won them all. He is a self-taught lawyer, having studied at night while serving as a Justice of the Peace. HAS RURAL BACKGROUND. The Attorney General is a friendly sort, seldom makes a personal enemy. His is a rural background, and big-city politics and law practice haven’t changed him. Sellers was born fifty-three years ago at Walnut Lane, UNION PARISH, LOUISIANA. he was the son of a Confederate Army captain who served in the Louisiana Legislature for twelve years and who was a member of the state’s constitutional convention. After his father’s death, Grover Sellers came to Texas in 1910 to live with a brother, and attended school just long enough to qualify as a first grade teacher. He was given charge of a one-teacher school near Ridgeway, Hopkins County, and later progressed to a two-teacher school at Rock Creek. Sellers taught lastly at Flora just before embarking on a political career—as candidate for Justice of the Peace. It was about this time when he won the hand of Miss Hazel Rutherford of Fort Worth, who had lived in Mineola as a child. She was visiting relatives there at Sulphur Springs when she met young Sellers. Sellers studied law at night and obtained his license while serving his second term as Justice of the Peace. He progressed to County Attorney, then to District Judge of the Eighth Judicial District (Hunt, Rains, Hopkins and Delta Counties) and at 38 became the youngest man on the Sixth Court of Civil Appeals bench at Texarkana. He resigned during his second term to become a partner in the law firm of Turner, Rodgers, Winn & Sellers in Dallas. NAMED ATTORNEY GENERAL. He went to Austin Jan. 1, 1940, as an assistant under the then Attorney General, Gerald C. Mann. Gov. Coke Stevenson appointed him Attorney General when Mann resigned, and Sellers was elected to a full term in 1944. The candidate has a clean record of Democratic party fealty, although he has never argued matters in harsh, personal terms. He supported the Roosevelt fourth term campaign while many Texas public officials remained silent. Too, he can point back to 1932 when he was a delegate to the Democratic national convention that nominated Roosevelt for the first time. Though he has many records of pride, such as the trial of eighteen jury cases in one day at Greenville when a 31 year-old District Judge, Sellers would rather talk to his Jersey herd. He has done a lot for the Hopkins County Jersey. Back in 1928 Sellers asked the Carnation Milk Company to put in a plant at Sulphur Springs and he helped to get land donated for the project. Carnation declined, argued that the county roads were too bad. GETS ROADS, THEN PLANT. Sellers launched a campaign for better roads and eight years later Sulphur Springs got the plant. The Sellers Jerseys had the honor of contributing the first milk. The Jerseys he started on forty-seven acres of poor land fourteen years ago are now a large, carefree herd, grazing on 350 acres of pasture improved by scientific methods. He was an organizer of the Rotary Club at Sulphur Springs and was its first president. Also, he is a Methodist, a Mason and an Elk. His dad, Capt. E. T. Sellers, was deputy grand master of the Louisiana Grand Lodge of Masons. The Attorney General took his first airplane ride last April 22 to see and hear Linda Lee Booker, his newborn granddaughter, who arrived on San Jacinto Day. The Sellers have two daughters, Miss Clara Lee Sellers and Mrs. H. L. Booker, Jr., both of Dallas. He is especially sentimental about Dr. Sam King of Sulphur Springs, his old schoolteacher, now 86. When Sellers became Attorney General, he invited Dr. King to witness the swearing- in ceremony. Dr. King couldn’t make it to Austin, so Sellers returned to Sulphur Springs to take the oath. Dr. King was present Saturday night when Sellers made his opening campaign speech at Sulphur Springs. Sellers was the first Hopkins County man to sit on the Sixth Court of Civil Appeals. Now he hopes to give Hopkins its first Governor. ALLEN DUCKWORTH.

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[TXJEFFER] obit on Calvin Daniel Sellers died 30 Jun. 1960 Dallas, TX

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SELLERS Evelyn Milam 1890 1985 born Dallas TX
               
DaveStrickland photographed this gravestone in the Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas .  

SELLERS Thos George 1886 1940 born Starkville MS

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