Descendants of James Sayers
Generation No. 1
1. JAMES1 SAYERS was born Bef. 1779. He married SARAH.
Notes for JAMES SAYERS:
155. JAMES SARE - International Genealogical Index / MI
Gender: Male Christening: 27 JAN 1771 Llansadwrnen
Children of JAMES SAYERS and SARAH are:
2. i. SARAH2 SAYERS, b. October 07, 1799, London, Cornwall, England; d. June 08, 1864, Bayham Township, Staffordville, Elgin County, Ontario.
3. ii. MARY SAYERS, b. Bet. 1800 - 1802, Crawley, Sussex, England; d. 1864, Capel, Surrey, England.
Generation No. 2
2. SARAH2 SAYERS (JAMES1) was born October 07, 1799 in London, Cornwall, England, and died June 08, 1864 in Bayham Township, Staffordville, Elgin County, Ontario. She married THOMAS ADAM ADAMS November 10, 1834 in St. Marylebone, St. Mary's Church, London, England, son of JOHN ADAMS and ANN HEYDON. He was born August 24, 1796 in Morwenstow, Cornwall, The Immigrant, England, Morwenstow, Cornwall, England, and died September 05, 1873 in Houghton Twp., Norfolk County, Ontario Canada.
Notes for SARAH SAYERS:
Straffordville Cemetery, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada
163. White marble, willow.
Sarah/wife of/Tho's ADAMS/died/June 8, 1864/AE 63 yrs/Blessed are the dead which die/in the Lord./J. W. Smyth/London
More About SARAH SAYERS:
Burial: Straffordville Cemetery, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada
Misc. 1: Name could be Sayer and not Sayers
Misc. 2: Date of death listed on Family Search: 08 JUN 1869
Religion: Society of the Friends - Quaker
Notes for THOMAS ADAM ADAMS:
He traveled from England to New York on the ship Bark Leon with his wife and son Adam who was 2.
Bark - Barque (Norw: Bark)
This vessel is a typical Bark. The reason why this ship is called a bark is the way it is rigged. It has three masts, with the foremast and mainmast square rigged and the mizzenmast fore-and-aft rigged. It wasn't unusual for Barks to be re-rigged as Ships or vice-versa. A "bark" rigged vessel, could sail with fewer crew members than the "ship" rigged.
His Obit reads: Thomas Adams, Sr. was b. in Co. Cornwall, E., 1796 and was converted through the ministry of Wm. O'Brien, the founder of the Bible Christian Church in Cornwall, England. After moving to another part of E. he joined the Wm. Ch., and was appointed a local preacher. For several years he lived in London. In 1835 he married Sarah Sayers a member of the Society of the Friends. In 1839 he came to Canada with her. For nine years he worked as a teacher in different parts of the province after which he resided mainly on his farm in Bayham. He died September 5, 1873 at the residence of his eldest son, Dr. Adams, Houghton Township, Port Rowan, and was buried at Staffordville beside his wife who had died 8 years earlier.
He lived in London for several years where he married Sarah Sayers. In 1839 they emmigrated to NY and in 1842 to Canada.
He died September 5, 1873 at the residence of his eldest son, Dr. Adams, Houghton Township, Port Rowan, Norfolk County, Ontario Canada and was buried at Staffordville beside his wife who had died 8 years earlier. Straffordville Cemetery, Bayham Towhsip, Elgin County, Ontario
Straffordville Cemetery, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada
162. White marble, clasped hands.
Farewell/In/memory of/Thomas ADAMS, Sen./died Sept. 5, 1873/AE 77 yrs 12 ds/ A native of/Cornwall/England
English birth certification did not start until the 1800's.
Bible Christian records for christenings - Morwenstow and area was part of
the Kilkhampton Circuit - the BC chapel in Morwenstow was at a little
place called Woolley, and it was called simply Woolley Chapel. I always
thought it was at Woodford, but it wasn't - I've just found Woolley on the
map. And by the look of it it was nothing more than a huddle of agr. lab
cottages and a chapel whose congregation was drawn from the surrounding farms.
I believe the cemetery memorial inscriptions for the Methodist chapel at
Woodford is online, and it wouldn't hurt to look at it too.
More About THOMAS ADAM ADAMS:
Date born 2: Could be August 26
Burial: Straffordville Cemetery, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario
Census: 1871, Bayham Twp., Elgin Co., ON living with his son Thomas
Christening: September 11, 1796, Cory, Cornwall, England
Immigration: May 24, 1839, Bark Leon - ship he took from England to Port of New York.
Occupation 1: Teacher
Occupation 2: Farmer, listed on ships manifest
Religion: 1871, Census shows Wesleyan Methodist
Residence: Bet. 1840 - 1942, Immigrated to Canada from England via New York Port
Children of SARAH SAYERS and THOMAS ADAMS are:
i. ADAM3 ADAMS, b. September 24, 1835, Died as a baby in England; d. July 13, 1836, England.
4. ii. ADAM ADAMS, b. January 13, 1837, Saffron Walden, Essex county, England; d. March 09, 1923, Harrow, Ontario, Canada.
5. iii. THOMAS ADAMS, b. July 13, 1840, Edinburg, Saratoga, New York; d. 1927, Port Burwell or Sarnia?.
6. iv. SARAH MARGARET "BOBIN" ADAMS, b. December 11, 1842, Scarborough Township, East York, Toronto, Ontario Canada; d. January 15, 1931, South Bend, Indiana but buried in Alymer, Ontario.
7. v. JOHN ADAMS, b. January 20, 1845; d. October 03, 1892.
3. MARY2 SAYERS (JAMES1) was born Bet. 1800 - 1802 in Crawley, Sussex, England, and died 1864 in Capel, Surrey, England. She married JOHN DALE Abt. 1827 in England. He was born Bet. 1793 - 1794 in Wiston, Sussex, England, and died March 1864 in Capel, Surrey, England.
Notes for MARY SAYERS:
Per John Dale, 7/2005 at Aldhurst Farms: I have had a dig through some of our old paperwork and as yet have not found any old letters, although it may take some time as there is a lot to go through. However I have found a photograph which is dated 1862 and is supposedly of Mary Dale (Sayers) which you may find interesting. Also in the bottom of the drawer was an old leather wallet, empty unfortunately but bearing the name of a Joseph Sayers (Dorking, our local town). I have no idea who he is but you may be able to shed some light on this. He may be from a generation earlier.
More About MARY SAYERS:
Misc.: Second wife of John Dale
Notes for JOHN DALE:
The first John Dale here at Aldhurst was my great great great Grandfather. It is a family tradition going back 200 years for the first born male to be called John each time and I have carried that on as my eldest is called John also.
The village of Wiston (pronounced Wissun) is situated in the county of West Sussex just north of the South Downs. The parish of Wiston is about 1996 Hectares and had a population of 210 in 1996.
1861 England Census records matching your search for John Dale
Name: John Dale
Estimated birth year: abt 1794
Household: View other family members
Where born: Wiston, Sussex, England
Civil parish: Capel
More About JOHN DALE:
Census: 1861, Capel, Surrey, England John age 67, with wife Mary age 59, son John H. age 26, and daughter Mary age 19.
Misc.: Had 5 children with wife Mary Sayers
Children of MARY SAYERS and JOHN DALE are:
i. THOMAS3 DALE.
ii. ROBERT DALE, b. 1833, Capel, Surrey, England; d. 1914, England.
More About ROBERT DALE:
Census: 1881, Shows a Robert Dale as a grocer, with wife Louisa and daughter Maria L. and son Leonard
iii. JEMIMA DALE, b. Abt. 1834.
8. iv. JOHN HEWELL DALE, b. Bet. 1835 - 1837, Capel, Surrey, England; d. June 1905, Capel, Surrey, England.
v. MARY DALE, b. June 1842, Capel, Surrey, England.
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