Person:Sarah Sears (2)

Sarah "Sally" L. SEARS
b.16 Jan 1879 Cleburne Co., AL
m. Abt 1860
  1. Bryant Blake Sears1861 - 1925
  2. Tabitha Talula SEARS1864 - 1937
  3. William Wilson SEARS1866 - 1887
  4. George Thomas SEARS1869 - 1940
  5. Louzana Delainie SEARS1871 - 1953
  6. Lillian Celia SEARS1874 - 1906
  7. Sarah "Sally" L. SEARS1879 - 1924
  8. Margaret Young SEARS1884 - 1955
  9. Dorothy SEARS1886 - 1973
  10. Mary Winnie SEARS1899 - 1965
m. 9 Dec 1900
Facts and Events
Name[1] Sarah "Sally" L. SEARS
Gender Female
Birth? 16 Jan 1879 Cleburne Co., AL
Marriage 9 Dec 1900 Micaville, Cleburne County, Alabamato Robert Edwin Merrill
Death[2] 30 May 1924 Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama, United States

NEWSPAPER Issue of Saturday, December 15, 1900 Last Sunday at Micaville, Mr. Edward Merrill and Miss SarahSears were united for life. Mr. Merrill is a son of Mrs. R.E. Merrill formerly ofthis city and is a young man of integrity and honor. His bride is a winsomedaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Sears and is a young woman of charming dispositionand lovable ways. May their pathway be strewn with lovely flowers!

Miss Clyde Merrill, whose mother Mrs. Sallie Merrill died at herhome in Birmingham on May 30th, has arrived here to spend the summerwith relatives and friends near MIcaville. She was met in Heflin by Mrs. J.Lebus Casey, her Aunt. Mrs. Merrill was the daughter of Uncle Bill Sears, one ofthe best known citizens of this county and lived in Cleburne for manyyears before moving to Birmingham. The lamented women is survived by fivedaughters and two sons. ____

  1. 1920 Jefferson County, Alabama Census.
  2. Emma Kate Young Hand. "A Georgia Pioneer and Some of his Descendants".