- Abraham's father was Abraham Sollers, son of Robert, son of John, of Calvert Co., Maryland the founder of the Sollers family in Maryland.
Abraham Sollers was in the 1776 Census of St. James Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland: Abram Sollars, 1 white woman (wife, Rachel), 1 white boy (Thomas) and 2 white girls.
March 1, 1778, ABRAHAM SOLLARS and ROBERT SOLLARS are on a list of men who took the oath of fidelity in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland swearing allegiance to Maryland before Samuel Lane.
The 1790 Census of St. James Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland lists ABRAHAM SOLLARS: 2 white males 16 and upwards (Abe and Thomas); 2 white males under 16 yrs (William and an unknown); 2 white females (Rachel and an unknown).
Abraham Sollars, July 2, 1796, purchased a quarter acre lot in the town of Pigg Point in a tract called Wrighton in St. James Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Abraham Sollars' will, dated June 25, 1799, is in Box 2, Fol. 92, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, probated Sept. 4, 1799. He named two sons: Thomas Sollars and William Sollars, land to be divided. Thomas Sollars, executor.