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Re: Sayre & Sears
Posted by: Ralph Sayre (ID *****8046) Date: March 17, 2008 at 06:10:53
In Reply to: Re: Sayre & Sears by Thomas Shiels of 1426

(1) I donít know anything about a sister of Charles Sears named Lydia Eliza. Charles was the only name listed as issue of Charles and Elizabeth (Warren) Sears.
(2) According to Banta, this branch of the Sayre/Sears families were living in the state of Connecticut.
(3) Iíve never attempted to study Warren genealogy, so canít help you there.
(4) There are places all back through history intermixing the Sayre, Sayer, Sayers, Sears spelling, and I feel most after 1800 are traceable to and through our common immigrant ancestor, Thomas.
(5) Connecticut to America, NY to Albany is indicated by Banta.

p. 73. 82. CHARLES SAYRE, born Middleton, Connecticut February 8, 1730, moved to Haddam, Connecticut where he married 1st, November 2, 1765 Sarah CLARK, and 2nd, Frances KELLOGG. Children:

249. Sarah
250. Lucretia
251. Daniel
252. Charles, born February 17, 1768; m. Elizabeth WARREN.

p. 130. 252. Charles SEARS, born in New Haven, Connecticut, February 17, 1768; married at Sharon, Connecticut February 18, 1793, Elizabeth WARREN. They were both of America, New York. Child:

606. Charles (only one listed)

I completed (came to a stopping point) my Sayre genealogy and published it in 2003. It did not include your line, but if you want to take a look, Volume I deals with the ancestry and gets started on my line.
Sayre Family : Öanother 100 years, Volume I by Ralph Hall Sayre
http://www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book?detail.asp?isbn=0595-28050-1

If you are just starting and expecting to do genealogy for a long time, the best thing you can do from the beginning is CITE YOUR SOURCES.

Happy St. Pat's Day, and Good Luck.


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