Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Sayler, Milton
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SAYLER, Milton, congressman, b. in Lewisburg, Ohio, 4 Nov., 1831; d. 18 Nov., 1892. He was graduated at Miami university in 1852, and afterward at Cincinnati law-school, and practised law at Cincinnati. He was a member of the legislature of Ohio in 1862-'3, was elected to congress, and served by successive elections from 1 Dec., 1873, till 1880. He was chosen speaker of the house of representatives pro tempore, 24 June, 1876.