John Blakemore Sellers

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It is my objective to locate your distant relatives and establish that lost connection. My efforts continue until your kin are found.

I believe that us all are the artwork of God, and those who have passed before us should be recognized for their lives and achievements. Though they rest peacefully beneath us, their lives were important, had a purpose, and need to be remembered and memorialized in the name of God.

Memorable Quotations:

"For the sake of the Future,
Make the Past your present concern.
We are all each other's shadow
Separate in Time but part of a Whole"


"The farther backward you look, the farther ahead you can see".

- Winston Churchill
(Pilgrim Descendant of John Howland)

"The first requisite for success is the ability to apply your physical and mental energies to one problem incessantly without growing weary."

- Thomas A Edison
(grandfather Matthew B. Sellers was the aviation expert serving on the Naval Consulting Board under the direction of Thomas Edison).

“My first wish is to see this plague to mankind Banished of the earth, and the sons and daughters Of this world employed in more pleasing and Innocent amusements, than in preparing Implements and exercising them for The destruction of mankind.”

- George Washington 7/25/1785
(My kin through his Aunt, Anne Neville Blakemore)

Notable Ancestors: Charlemagne (742-814), Picardie, France Knights Templar Fulk of Anjou, V (1092-1143).
I grew up the only son of John Clark Sellers and Gail Robinson. I have three sisters, Robin, Ann, and Barbara. I have been fortunate to have a half-brother from my father's first marriage, John Clark Sellers, Jr. With his wife Helen, they have a prosperous family with two daughters and no biologic sons. My uncle Matthew B. Sellers III have had two daughters. I am the last of the male descendants of John Clark Sellers, as well my half-brother John Clark Sellers, Jr., both of us being the last of the descendants of our family line to ancestor immigrant William Sellers of Jamestowne Colony, Virginia.

Family Lineage ends here, very unfortunate.

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