Person:Moses Sayre (2)

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  1. Moses Sayre1845 - 1914
m. 23 Aug 1867
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Name Moses Sayre
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 Jul 1845 Jackson Center, Shelby, Ohio, United States
Marriage 23 Aug 1867 to Mary Clement
Death[1] 12 Jul 1914 North Loup, Valley, Nebraska, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    77:4:127, July 27, 1914.

    At the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Hurley, in Independent Township, near North Loup, Valley Co., Neb., on July 12, 1914, Moses Sayre, aged sixty-nine years.
    Brother Sayre was the son of Lewis and Margaret Babcock Sayre, and was born near Jackson Center, Ohio, on July 18, 1845. With his father's family and many other relatives he came to Iowa in the early days of the Welton Church. Here he grew to manhood. Here he was converted and joined the Seventh Day Baptist church, probably under the labor of Rev. Lewis A. Davis. Here in August, 1867, he was married to Mary Clement, daughter of Rev. Benjamin Clement. The family have lived at Farina, Ill., North Loup, Neb., Nortonville, Kan., Milton, Wis., and for short periods in other places. Mrs. Sayre died in 1910, soon after the family removed from Milton to North Loup. At the time of his death Brother Sayre was a member of the Seventh Day Baptist church of Milton, Wis.
    He is survived by two sons, George of Milton and Bert of North Loup, and by a daughter, Jennie, wife of Charles Hurley, of North Loup. G. B. S.

  2.   The Journal-Telephone
    July 23, 1914.

    from "The North Loup Loyalist"
    Moses Sayre was born near Jackson Center, Ohio, July 18, 1845, and died at the home of his son, Burt, near North Loup, July 12, 1914. The days of his young manhood were spent at Welton, Iowa; where he was converted and joined the S. D. B. church at that place, and there he was married to Mary Clement, daughter of Rev. Benjamin Clement. In the early days of this country he took a homestead on Davis Creek where he lived for a number of years. He also lived at Farina, Illinois, Nortonville, Kansas, Milton, Wisconsin, and other places.
    Two sons and a daughter, George Sayre of Milton, Wisconsin, Burt Sayre and Mrs. Charlie Hurley of North Loup, survive him.
    He came to North Loup recently from Exeland, Wisconsin, where he owned land. At the time of his death he was a member of the Milton, Wisconsin, S. D. B. church. Funeral services were held at the S. D. B. church conducted by Rev. Shaw and the tired body was laid to rest in the cemetery on the hill west of town by the side of his wife who was buried there four years ago.