Mrs. Effie SELLERS, 81, formerly of 1226 Vance avenue and Webster, Co., died at the home of her son and daughter -in-law Strother J and Ethel (WAKER) SELLERS, at Los Vegas, Nev., Saturday November 3.
Funeral services were held from Guiler Springfield Funeral Home at Sebree, Ky., at 2 o'clock Wednesday. Interment was made in the Springdale Cemetery, Sebree with arrangements made by Joseph A. Olinger Funeral Home.
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RADCLIFT- Blanch Bevelia Sellers, 67, of Radclift, formerly of Sebree, died at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Hardin Co Hospital in Elizabethtown.
She is survived by two brothers, Charles James MAJORS of Owensboro, and Jerry MAJORS of Sebree; one sister, Katharine PRITCHETT of Corydon.
Services will be at 12:30 at Tompkins Sebree Chapel. The Rev. Gene Wutham will officiate. Burial will be in Springdale Cemetery, Sebree.


E Clyde SELLERS, husband of Gertrude (CONWAY) SELLERS, 1226 Vance Ave. Coraopolis, Pa., died following a brief illness Feb. 25. 1970, at Sewickley Valley Hospital.
Mr. SELLERS, 77, a retired welder, was a member if 1OOF Lodge 429.
Other survivors are; two daughters, Blanch HEPLIN, Pleasant Hill, and Sally Ann THORNHILL Dayton; four sons, Rou of Coraopolis; Carl, Jackson, Mass., Clyde H. of Monn township and A/lc Louis H., Barksdale Oa., and four grandchildren.
The Rev. Jack Adams held services Saturday at thee R. D. Copeland Funeral home. Burial was in Coraopolis Cemetery. (1892-1970)


Sebree, Ky. - (Special) Man's body Found in Ditch at Sebree. The body of Henry Mattison SELLERS, 57, was found in a ditch at the north edge of Sebree about 10 a.m. yesterday. A coroner's jury ruled Sellers died of exposure.
Surviving is the wife, Effie(LITTLEPAGE), of Evansville. daughters, Mrs. Anna Fay DORITY of Linton, In, Mrs. Nina KELLER, of Terre Haute, Ind., Mrs. Helen COX, Mrs. Jane MCBROOM, Mrs. Mary Lou LUDDEN, Mrs. Joy SCHMIDT, Miss Wanda and Miss Sue SELLERS, all of Evansville. Two sons, William and Donald SELLERS, both of Evansville. Two brothers, Strother of Arizona and Clyde of Pennsylvania; and 16 grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Springdale Funeral Home with burial in Springdale Cemetery. (1901-1959) (Married Effie Marie Littlepage 1921 Evansville, Vanderburgh, In. Sebree banner 1959


Janie Straughn SELLERS, 83. of Sebree died at 11:00 p.m. Tuesday at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, Fla.
She is survived by two sisters, Beth STACET and Ann Lou STRAUGH, both of Repton. Ala.
Services will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Sebree First Baptist Church with the Rev. Wilbur Webb officiating. Burial will be in Springdale Cemetery.
Friends may call after 1:00 p.m. today at the Tompkins and Son Chapel in Sebree.
March 1980 Henderson Gleaner


Union County Girl Killed in Crash
Morganfield, Ky.-(Special)- Martha Ann SELLERS, 18, of the Pride Community in Union County, was
killed instantly about 4:20 p.m. yesterday in the head-on collision of a car and truck on Ky. 56 five miles
east of here.

Miss SELLERS, a 1957 graduate of Sturgis High School, became Union County's fourth traffic fatality of
the year when the car she was driving struck the bed of a truck driven by Burne L. Wells, 40, of  Hopkinsville.

Wells and Douglas Perkins, 45, also of Hopkinsville, a passenger in the truck owned by the Cayce Mills
Supply Company were unhurt.
State Trooper C. D. Henry said Miss SELLERS apparently lost control of her westbound car, which crashed into the left front corner of the van type truck. The impact ripped the top from Miss SELLERS,
1966 sedan. Trooper Henry said the girl, who was alone, was decapitated.

The car, according to the trooper's report traveled about 110 feet beyond the point of impact. The truck,
he said caromed about 100 feet down the highway before overturning.
Wells told the trooper the accident occurred on a dry strip of pavement. The police report states there were no skid marks. Trooper Henry estimated the damage to the truck at $1,000. The car was demolished.
Miss SELLERS' body was taken to Whitsell Funeral Home, Morganfield, later transferred to Tompkins Funeral Home, Sebree.

Union County Coroner R. S. Clark scheduled an inquest for 10 a. m. today at Morganfield Surviving Miss SELLERS are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy SELLERS, of R. R. 1. Clay and grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo MAJORS of Sebree, aunts., uncles, cousins (1939-1957 buried in Springdale
Cemetery) Sebree Banner Sep 20 1957


Pail M. SELLERS meets death on action October 4th: First Sebree boy to be killed in action in Germany while defending his country.
The following telegram was received here last Friday noon addressed to Mrs. H. M. SELLERS.
"The Secretary of War desires to express deep regards that your son, Paul M. SELLERS, was killed in action on the 4th day of October in Germany. Letters follows."
The letter mentioned was received but did not give any future particulars.
Paul SELLERS, 22, enlisted in the service of his country on January 5, 1963 and had been overseas several months. He was born and raised here and attended Sebree Grade and High School. He is the first Sebree boy to meet death while defending his country and the first Gold Star has been placed in the service flag in the Methodist Church Sunday School in his honor.
Paul was a good boy and was loved by all his schoolmates and friends. Survivors include his parents H.M. and Effie (LITTLEPAGE) SELLERS; eight sisters, Anna Fay, Helen Dean, Nina Jean, Jane Marie, Mary Lou, Joy, Wanda and Sylvia Sue and two brothers, Bill and Donnie.
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MORGANFIELD - Regina Sellers, 9, died at 4 a.m. at the Regional Medical Center of Madisonville after a long illness.
She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sellers of Morganfield; two sisters, Cindy and Pam, and one brother, Jason, all at home; and her grandparents, Louise Gentry of West Blocton. Ala.; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sellers of Bessemer, Ala.
Services will beat 2 p.m. Friday at Whitshell's Funeral home in Morganfield, where friends may call after 1 p.m. today.
Burial will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mount Carmel Cemetery West Blockton, Ala.
Aug 1980 Henderson Gleaner


Roy SELLERS, 66 year old resident of Radcliffe, Kentucky and a former Webster County resident died Tuesday evening, November 15 at his home.
He is survived by his wife, Bevelia (MAJORS) SELLERS; one sister, Mrs. Blanch HEPPLIN of Pittsburg, Penn., and one brother, Karl SELLERS of Jackson, Mississippi.
Arrangements are pending at Tompkins Funeral Home in Sebree. (1911-1977) Buried at Springdale Cemetery. Sebree Banner


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