Sellers family.

The Sellers family of Philadelphia and Upper Darby were pioneers in the wire-working industry and in the manufacture of wool cards and paper moulds.

Nathan Sellers was born in Darby Township, Pa., on November 15, 1751, the son of John and Ann (Gibson) Sellers. His father was a pioneer in developing the weaving of wire to make paper moulds, and Nathan, who possessed unusual mechanical aptitude, studied both the wire business and surveying, as well as law.


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