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Sears Genealogy & History

Sears is a German, English, and French surname, with several origins. First, it can come from the given name Saher or Seir, from the Norman Sigiheri, roughly meaning victory and army. It can also come from sayhare, one word for a woodcutter, or sayen and saycen, people who read or recited news for a living. Lastly, there is the Old French essay, meaning to test, normally applied to metal purity or food comestibility. Sears family history begins with Richard le Saer, recorded as a witness in the Assize Rolls of Yorkshire in 1204. Sears genealogy includes a few well-known people, like Sears co-founder Richard Sears and mystery writer Dorothy Sayers.

Sears Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A G Sears-- --, 1927July 15,1996AR
Baldwin Sears-- --, 1898April ,1984IL
C Thomas Sears-- --, 1917April 7,1994OK
Daisy Sears-- --, 1875August ,1968NY

Sears Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Maxine Sears-- --, 1920March 23,1991Brookville,IN
F Blanche Sears-- --, 1918March ,1992Akron,OH
Gale Sears-- --, 1960March 22,2010Muskogee,OK
H Clay Sears-- --, 1929April 9,1997Atlanta,GA

Sears Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Alton SearsRuth WhitmoreFebruary 20,1943Wake, NC
Berry SearsFannie UpchurchDecember 10,1955Wake, NC
Collie SearsJasmer HilliardFebruary 17,1946Wake, NC
Dallas SearsMary FerrellDecember 14,1934Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Sears

890th: Emerson891st: Galloway
892nd: Petty893rd: Camp
894th: Guzman895th: McGowan
896th: Slater897th: Hartley
898th: Mays899th: Hickey

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