PATRON + Sayre Street School in Montgomery, Alabama -history dates back to before the Civil War

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  1. Tarrant City Ala. was said to have been named for Felix Isham Tarrant ,but some thought should have been named for Benjamin Tarrant, one of first settlers in the area and lived there until he died. Fought at the battle of New Orleans, The Creek Indian War and the Mexican/ American War alongside his cousins, Carter, Rueben,John Richard and James. All Tarrants. Elam Tarrant was there also.

  2. If anyone in Ala. has pictures of any of these old timers from that era, I would love to have copies of them. Have been working on Tarrant family tree for years. contact me [email protected]

  3. Was this school named for Judge Sayre, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald’s father ?

  4. I attended fifth grade and can point Principals Office from here.

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