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Old 06-18-2006, 07:59 PM
 
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Hello, I am a descendant of John and Mary Saylor.My father`s name was Harry Sanford Saylor Jr. I am looking for information of realatives and history of Saylorville.Thank you for any information that you may give me.
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Old 07-03-2006, 12:12 PM
 
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Click on Townships at the left and use Find to get to "Saylor Township" on the resulting page. This is history prior to 1880
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Old 07-03-2006, 12:14 PM
 
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Found this on the township bios page:

SAYLOR, JOHN B.-Deceased. Was born in Franklin county, Indiana, April 11, 1807, and there was raised until fifteen years of age, his time being divided between working at the mason's trade and farming. His father being a mason, he naturally worked at that business more or less. He removed to Indianapolis and there married, in 1826, to a lady by the name of Margaret S. Poage, who died in about two and one-half years, leaving one child, who has since died. His second marriage was near Logansport, Indiana, March 18, 1824, to Mrs. Mary Saylor, whose maiden name was Howard. She had one son by a former marriage who is now living in this county, Thomas J. Mr. Saylor came to this State, May 28, 1838, locating in Van Buren county. In April, 1859, he went to the mountains on a prospecting tour and returned that same fall. He died at Vicksburg, July 26, 1863, leaving seven children : Austin W., Avis C., W. A. and George S.
living, and three deceased: James A., John Q. A. and Alvin H.
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