Samuel C. Sadler Family Cemetery
Notes:Located in the back yard of a home with the address of 3768 Dry Bread Rd. (Route 611), White Plains. For many years this was the home of Jesse Freeman Sadler's son Samuel M. Sadler and his wife Irene Ellis. Fieldstone markers indicate at least 7 other graves.
Latitude:36º 37' 57.7" N   (36.632694)
Longitude:77º 54' 38.1" W   (-77.910583)
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Martha F. Sadler13 May 1836 —29 Dec 1925
Samuel C. Sadler26 Feb 1833 —15 Aug 1890Pvt. Co. E
56 VA INF
Confederate States Army
Pvt. Samuel Carlton Sadler, CSA, and his wife, Martha Frances Anderson, CWS f BCV, pp. 483-84. Notes: He has an old homemade upright headstone and a government-issued military marker.



Joseph L. Sadler14 Sep 1877 —5 Nov 1951
Joseph S. Sadler who died at the home of his cousin Jesse Freeman Sadler, CWS f BCV, p. 483.

Lewis Carlton Sadler3 Jun 1918 —29 Jul 1918Son of
Sam & Sallie Sadler
We can safely leave our boy
Our darling in thy trust

11 Jun 1915 —11 Jun 1915Infant
son of
Sam & Sallie Sadler
Born & Died
June 11, 1915
Gone so soon
These two boys are sons of Samuel C. Sadler, grandson of Samuel C. Sadler, CWS f BCV, pp. 78, 146, 483-84.

 ??????
????? J. Lynch
Daisy Lynch
????? Oct. 7, 1911
This may be Daisy L. Lynch, the wife of Cephas Lynch who is in Tabernacle Methodist Church Cemetery, and the sister of Wava Lynch, who is buried here, CWS f BCV, p. 336. Notes: This small homemade stone is broken into several pieces and very difficult to read. The above info was all that could be deciphered.

SADLER
Wava Lynch Sadler29 Jul 1873 —27 Oct 1946
Jesse Freeman Sadler9 Sep 1871 —1 Jun 1951
Waverly Lynn Lynch married Jesse Freeman Sadler, CWS f BCV, pp. 336, 484.
 
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Pvt. Adolphus Eldridge Sadler and his wife, Lucy Ann Rebecca Anderson, are buried here because Adolphus was visiting Jesse F. Sadler when he died. Lucy Ann was Jesse's aunt, the sister of Martha Anderson who is also bured here, CWS f BCV, p. 480.
 

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