A Biographical Sketch from the Book "COUNTIES of WHITE and PULASKI, INDIANA" "HISTORICAL and BIOGRAPHICAL". Illustrated. Chicago; F. A. BATTEY & CO., Publishers. 1883. page 238, City of Monticello, White County, Indiana.
"E. B. SELLERS, of the firm REYNOLDS & SELLERS, attorneys and counselors at law, is a native of Ohio, and his birth occurred in Perry County, July 4, 1851. Of the six children born to his parents, ISAAC and MARY (RHODES) SELLERS, five are yet living. The mother dying in about 1854, the father afterward was joined in marriage with a Miss RANDOLPH. To their union were born two children who are yet living, but both parents are now dead. At the age of fourteen years, E. B. SELLERS left his native State, and came to Indiana to seek a home and fortune. His life is not one filled with remarkable public incidents, but it has been an active one a very practical throughout. He first found employment as a farm hand for JOSEPHUS LOWE, near Monon, White County, remaining with him three years. With the money saved from the proceeds of his labor, he began educating himself at Brookston, where was then situated the best school in the county. He alternately taught and attended school until the age of twenty, when he began the study of law in the office of A. W. REYNOLDS, his present partner. In 1870, he attended the law department of Bryant & Stratton's Business College, from which institution he received his diploma. January 1, 1874, he formed his present partnership, and the firm of Reynolds & Sellers is among the best in White County. In politics. Mr. SELLERS is a Democrat, and he is a member of the Masonic, Odd Fellows and Knight of Pythias fraternities. July 3, 1877, he was united in marriage with Miss MARY WOLTZ, daughter of GEORGE B. WOLTZ, of Monticello."