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Statistics & Facts
Statistics & Facts
The Illinois state capital is Springfield.
The population of Sawyerville is approximately 312 (1990), 279 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 130 (1990), 115 (2010).
The amount of land area in Sawyerville is 2.625 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Sawyerville to Washington DC is 725 miles.
The distance to the Illinois state capital is 49 miles. (as the crow flies)
Sawyerville is positioned 39.07 degrees north of the equator and 89.80 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Sawyerville Community News I Want Information on Sawyerville!
I was born in Litchfield, Ill, not far from Sawyerville, Ill. My grandparents were Edna and Roy (Sr.) Lehman who lived in Sawyerville. My Dad, Billie Edward Lehman was one of six children. He was born
12-11-33. His siblings were Evelyn, Roy, John, Dad, Jack and Becky. Becky died in 1946, my grandfather died in 1950, my grandmother died 1969 and Uncle Roy died 7-12-93. As long as I can remember (I was born 1-18-61) they have always lived in the town. Mr. Theodore Schwepe was our neighbor for years. He is known to have been there @ the 1930's. My Uncle Roy and Aunt Hazel lived in Sawyerville until their deaths in 1993 and @ 1995 respectively. My cousin, Larry Gene Lehman, still lives there with his wonderful family!!! He named his daughter after me, too...what an honor!!!
I'm trying to get all the information that I can on this town to pass to my children. My Dad remarried in 1973 to a Patsy (Reigert) Lehman. They lived in Gillespie, IL until they retired in 1999 and reside somewhere in Florida.
You can reply to me @ Melanie_74464@yahoo.com/A>
Melanie Linn (Lehman) Thatcher R.T. (R), PBT (R)
p.s. - I am looking for classmates of the class of 1979 of Gillespie High School.
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