Friday, May 2, 2008

John Sadler Republic of Texas Land Certificate

Donation Land Certificate for John Sadler

John Sadler received this land certificate for having fought at the Battle of San Jacinto 1836.
John Sadler was born on 24 May 1811 in Tennessee. He died on 18 Apr 1885 in Oletha, Limestone, Texas. He was buried in the Ferguson Cemetery, Limestone, Texas.
John married Bathsheba Lindley, daughter of Samuel Washington Lindley and Elizabeth Whitley, on 18 Nov 1830 in Shelby, Illinois. Bathsheba was born on 5 Mar 1811 in Madison, Illinois. She died on 17 Oct 1885 in Oletha, Limestone, Texas. She was buried in the Ferguson Cemetery, Limestone, Texas. John and Bathsheba had 9 children.

To view the blog post about John Sadler and his family, click here.


Sheri said...

Do you have any info on the 9 kids? Especially Elizabeth?

Sheri said...

Is there a way to find out where this land was?

Ken Whitley said...

13 1/2 miles west of Centerville on the Navasota River near the 640 acres of James M. Smith, another San Jacinto veteran and neighbor of John Sadler's at New waverly on Little caney creek. Leon county clerk has the survey map. JMS was my GGGGgrandfather. John Sadler's mother-in-law, Elizabeth (Whitley) Lindley, was my GGGgrandaunt.(Ken Whitley)

Anonymous said...

Cool certificate...thanks.