Charles Sellman (1722 - 1770)
5 Aug 1722
Accomac, Accomack Co., Virginia
20 Dec 1770
Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
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Charles Sellman was born 5 August 1722 in Accomac, Accomack Co., Virginia, the son of William Sellman and his wife, Ann West
Married Elizabeth Gassaway the daughter of Nicholas Gassaway and his wife Elizabeth Hawkins, in 1745 probably in Accomack Co., Virginia
The children of Charles Sellman and Elizabeth Gassaway were:
1 Margaret Sellman born 1740 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. She married Joshua Hobbs.
2. Anne Sellman, born 1741 at Anne Arundel, Maryland.
3. Gassaway Sellman born about 1745 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland and died in Frederick Co., Maryland on 27 May 1823. He married Francis Davis’ widow, Catherine and they had six children.
4. John Sellman born about 1748 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. He married Elizabeth (Betsy) Phelps. They had six children. He died October 1816 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.
Charles Sellman died 20 December 1770 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
↑ Candace Lazzaro 
Will of Nicholas Gassaway of Anne Arundel Co., dated 18 Feb 1757
Will of William Sellamn of Anne Arundel co., dated 11 Feb 742/3 / 31st March 1743
Early Families of Southern Maryland, Vol 2,”the Lawrence Family”
Anne Arundel Gentry Vol 1 “The Gassaway Family.”
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