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Re: Sayres who came from VA, known to be in MO 1880
Posted by: Ralph Sayre (ID *****8046) Date: March 23, 2010 at 09:44:29
In Reply to: Re: Sayres who came from VA, known to be in MO 1880 by CW Carlile of 1426

This is Alonzo Canada Sayre, b. 28 Aug 1822; m. 20 March 1845 Lucinda Peckenbaugh, who was born in Crawford County, Indiana, and died 20 July 1875.

Alonzo was Sergeant of Company I, 125th Illinois Volunteers, during the CW. About 1865, he left his home in Medoc, Jasper County, MO to prospect in the mining regions of the West, and was never heard of afterwards. Children:

Edwin Jasper Sayre, b. Rock Island, IL 6 February 1846

William Augustus Sayre, b. 18 June 1847; enlisted 1 March 1865 in Company G, 45th Illinois Volunteers, and died 9 September 1865.

Henry Newton Sayre, b. 14 March 1849. Was a farmer in Opolis, KS.

Emma Adelaide Sayre, b. 2 February 1851

Clarissa Ellen Sayre, b. 31 August 1852

Mary Viola Sayre, b. 11 July 1854

Leonora May Sayre, b. 18 December 1861

Ref: SAYRE FAMILY, Banta, 1901. #1791, Page 644.

I would guess Alonzo Canada and Alonzo Curtis were blood kin from the immigrant ancestor, Thomas, but came down separate lineage. Alonzo Canada Sayre was descended through John-6; Joseph-5; Ephraim-4; Daniel-3; Joseph-2; Thomas-1.

Alonzo Curtis was descended through Elijah-8; Daniel-7; David-6; David-5; Daniel-4; Samuel-3; Daniel-2; Thomas-1.

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