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Sayre/Sayer

Started by Lyn (McNalley) Hinkle. Last reply by Lyn (McNalley) Hinkle Jul 28, 2009. 2 Replies

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Comment by Marcelline Hannan on August 17, 2016 at 10:51pm

Hi, My grandmother was born HELENA SEGUIN, but her family settled in upstate NY around and in Watertown. Her father JOSEPH SEGUIN, Americanized the family by changing their name to SAYERS. They had several children who created their own spelling,.SAYRE, SAYER as well as SAYERS. No one kept the SEGUIN surname. They were from Quebec.

Comment by Christine Aitken on February 10, 2012 at 2:37pm

Hi I'm researching SAYER from Oxon & Berks.

Comment by Norman Dagen on March 18, 2011 at 4:41pm

 I am also a SayerS - although hailing from Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland.  I have only gotten back to 1758 to my 5x great grandfather, William Sayers and his wife "Brickwall" Gillespie.  Most of my Sayers ancestors ended up first in Ontario, Canada, slowly making their way into Michigan's west coast, from the Muskegon County area to Oceana and Mason County.  At the moment,  I have my gg grandmother's scrapbook in hand and culling a lot of family information over the past 100 years.

Comment by Ruth Wood on March 24, 2010 at 11:50am
Hi,
I have Syer and Seyer from Gloucestershire and also just Seyer from Bristol. My 4 x grt uncle was the Bristol Historian, Rev Samuel Seyer [1757-1831].
Ive also seen entries for Sayers and Sayer in family and official documents,
Ruth
Comment by Ellie on September 10, 2009 at 9:38am
Hi I descend from Edward Sayers / Soares who was born in England abt 1792, He was a soldier and was convicted at Waterloo England for leaving his post and was sentenced for 7 years and transported to New South Wales Australia on the convict ship Susan in 1836, He married an Irish girl from Limerick by the name of Johanna Fitzgibbon in 1844 who was also transported for petty theft in 1836 neither re-offended and went on to have many descendants, does anyone please have any further information that might help me with this research, Cheers Ellie
Comment by Mary Ellen Matise on September 10, 2009 at 8:53am
Does anyone have information about the Sayer family of Goshen, New York? Wm M and Richard Sayer were principles in the Rider Engine Co, later the Rider-Ericsson Co in Walden, NY - 1870's to 1920's. We are researching Rider Engine Co. and would like more info about the Sayers.
Comment by Earl Cory on July 28, 2009 at 7:13pm
Catherine, we are third cousins
Comment by Earl Cory on July 28, 2009 at 7:08pm
Catherine, thanks for the information, I have added it to my Sayer database.
Comment by William David Moore on July 23, 2009 at 7:53am
Here is a site re: the Sayer family of North Yorkshire. This northern Sayer land-owning line is traceable back to the 1300s.
http://www.bedfordpark.net/genealogy/sayer/
Comment by Earl Cory on July 21, 2009 at 3:28pm
Lesley, Yes the Sayers originally came from Norfolk. I have most of the information up on http://thecorys.com/sayer. The earliest Sayer I have: James Sayer was born in 1751 in Carbrooke, Norfolkshire, England. He died on 1 Apr 1836 in Carbrooke, Norfolkshire, England. He was buried on 7 Apr 1836 in Carbrooke, Norfolkshire, England. (1) He was a Farmer.
Entry in Kelly's Directory for Cambridgeshire, Norfolk & Suffolk, 1883, p.270.

Any information that you can supply would be great.
 

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