1880 TEXAS SOUNDEX
San Jacinto County SELLERS, A.R.---w m-53-Alabama- Vol 28 E.D. 151-sheet M5-line 36 Elizabeth-Wife-47-Georgia Cynthia--D.--17--Texas Elizabeth-D-15--Texas A.R.-Son--14---Texas Davie-Son-looks like 8 or 9--Texas Mary--D.--7--Texas Joe---S--6--Texas == DEATH CERTIFICATES JOE SILAS SELLERS BORN JULY 7, 1875 TX, DIED JUNE 13, 1959 SAN JACINTO CO, TX, SON OF DICK SELLERS AND BETTIE HENDERSON ======= The Harrell Plantation History
The Harrell Plantation was on the Trinity River, about 15 miles from where
the log plantation house now rests at Waterwood Parkway and FM 980.
Following is a history of the plantation taken from the website
Arnett White Harrell came from Sunflower,Alabama around 1838
with 28 families of slaves to settle in new territory. He left his wife
and six children in Alabama and came here bringing the older children with
him. Once a year he returned to the Alabama Plantation to visit. Other
early settlers who moved to the area before 1842 included Jim Hopkins, Miles G.
Stevens (Stephens) and Dan Sellers. ================
WW 1 =
Joe Silas Sellers 7 Jul 1875 White San Jacinto, TX