CULPEPER CO, VA ( Culpeper County was cut off from Orange County, by an act of the
          Virginia House of Burgesses in 1748, effective 1749, when the first
          county court convened. The original territory included what is now
          Culpeper, Madison and Rappahannock.
lays next to

 



1782 Taxpayers of Culpeper Co.
Sellers, John



1810 = NO SELLERS

1840 CULPEPER CO, VA

1850 CULPEPER CO, VA
SILAS SILLAN, PAGE 222 NO TWN
HENRY Y. SILLARD,PAGE 215

1860 CULPEPER CO, VA =


CIVIL WAR =

1870 CULPEPER CO, VA
JOHN E. SELLE/SETTE, PAGE 591 JEFFERSONTON
NO SELLERS, ETC
LOTS OF CARTERS
NO CEDAR MOUNTAIN = WHAT TWN MADE FROM?


1880 =
Deaths
CELIA SELLERS , age 1, dau of  PENELOPE , no father listed
JAMES SELLERS, age 1, son of PENELOPE

1880 CENSUS
 Census Place: Cedar Mountain, Culpeper, Virginia
 Source: FHL Film 1255361  National Archives Film T9-1361     Page 333D
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
James P. SELLERS Self M M B 32 VA (ck 1900 NY per Kenyatta)
 Occ: Farm Hand Fa: VA Mo: VA
Mary A. SELLERS Wife F M MU 26 VA
 Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Martha SELLERS Dau F S MU 11 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Delila SELLERS Dau F S MU 8 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
James G. SELLERS Son M S MU 4 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
William SELLERS Son M S MU 3 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Metor SELLERS Son M S MU 9M VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Delila SELLERS Mother F W MU 75 VA
 Occ: Nurse Fa: VA Mo: VA
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 Census Place: Cedar Mountain, Culpeper, Virginia
 Source: FHL Film 1255361  National Archives Film T9-1361     Page 330A
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Penelope SELLERS Self F W MU 38 VA
 Occ: Wash Woman Fa: VA Mo: VA
Daniel SELLERS Son M S MU 16 VA
 Occ: Black Smith Fa: VA Mo: VA
Mattie SELLERS Dau F S MU 10 VA
 Occ: Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Thomas SELLERS Son M S MU 9 VA
 Occ: Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Abigail SELLERS Dau F S MU 23 VA
 Occ: Hired Out Fa: VA Mo: VA
Willie SELLERS GSon M S MU 4 VA
 Occ: Home Fa: VA Mo: VA

 Census Place: Cedar Mountain, Culpeper, Virginia
 Source: FHL Film 1255361  National Archives Film T9-1361     Page 333D
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
James P. SELLERS Self M M B 32 VA
 Occ: Farm Hand Fa: VA Mo: VA
Mary A. SELLERS Wife F M MU 26 VA
 Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Martha SELLERS Dau F S MU 11 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Delila SELLERS Dau F S MU 8 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
James G. SELLERS Son M S MU 4 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
William SELLERS Son M S MU 3 VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Metor SELLERS Son M S MU 9M VA
 Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA
Delila SELLERS Mother F W MU 75 VA
 Occ: Nurse Fa: VA Mo: VA
 
 

  From:
        "Kenyatta D. Berry" <kenyattaberry@earthlink.net
Cedar Grove Baptist Church
in Culpeper County, VA.  On September 15, 1887, Lawrence and Malinda Wilhoite
granted half acre of land to the Cedar Grove Baptist Church Trustees for
the sum of $2.00.  The original trustees were James P. SELLERS,  Robert MURRAY
and Richard TAYLOR.

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1900

1910

WW 1

1920
Theodore Sellers 59 va,va, va
Louise Sellers 46 Yates Sellers 16 Louise Sellers 9 Abner Yates 95 [75] Ollie Craft 17

1930


Contributed by:
             Moran <ramoran@amigo.net>
Title:       Alexander Cemetery (Meigs County, Ohio)
 Notes:      Microfilm of manuscript.

             Alexander Cemetery established for Thornton
             Alexander Sr., a colored farmer who was born
             about 1780 in Culpepper Co., Virgina as a
             slave. He was set free in 1816 at age 36 and
             came to Meigs County, Ohio with his family
             and master Aloran Sellers.

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 Format:     Manuscript (On Film)
 Language:   English
 Publication:Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical
             Society of Utah, 1989

HISTORY OF BUFFALO PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GREENSBORO, GUILFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA ~ MEMBERS OF THE CONGREGATION

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Sellers united with Buffalo in 1909 by certificates, Mr. Sellers from the Reformed Church and Mrs. Sellers from the Baptist Church. In 1917 they returned to Culpeper, Va., and were dismissed to the Presbyterian Church there.