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Sellers--a preliminary study of the descendants of Heinrich Sellers

by Frank M. Sellers
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Alstead, New Hampshire : Sellers Publishing, c1984
102 p. : map.
0960812210

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Heinrich Sellers (1704-1773) and his family emigrated in 1738 from Germany (via Rotterdam) to Philadelphia, settled temporarily in southeastern Pennsylvania, and then moved to Augusta County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, Kansas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Armentrout, Keys, Layman, Long, Miller, Runkle and related families.

See also work entitled: The Christian Fudge family : being volume 2 of "The descendants of Heinrich Sellers" / by Frank M. Sellers. Alstead, N.H. : Sellers Publishing, c1990.

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