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Sanders search 1821-1864 141 records
Saunders search 1821-1864 412 records
(some notes: For the entries of deaths & marriages listed from newspapers it should be noted that the date referenced is the date of publication in the newspaper unless otherwise noted. All counties are in Virginia unless otherwise noted. Most of the land records are digitized but the text was extracted from the library card and not the actual record.)
1) Adams Sanders, 5 December 1821, grantee 55 acres on the West side of New River; Adjoins his own land and Stephen Sanders. Wythe County.
2) Mr. Saunders, 19 July 1821, Richmond daily mercantile advertiser. Died- On Sunday, July 8, Mr. Saunders, at his home on the Augusta road, 17 miles from Savannah, Ga., killed by a negro named Essex.
3) Jacob Sanders, 30 July 1821, Valentine Cooper grantee 10 acres adjoining his own land and the land of the heirs of Jacob Sanders on a drain of South Mill Creek. Hardy County, W.VA.
4) Mrs. Rachel Saunders, 6 March 1821, Richmond daily mercantile advertiser. Died- In Raleigh, N. C., age 73, Mrs. Rachel Saunders, widow of the late Rev. John H. Saunders, of Powhatan County, Va.
5) William Saunders, 6 January 1821, Richmond commercial compiler. Died- William Saunders, seaman, native of Scotland, was drowned on Saturday, December 30, 1820 when the ship Caledonia sank 12 miles from Sandy Hook, N.J.
6) Maj. Samuel H. Saunders, 4 March 1822, Richmond daily mercantile advertiser. Died- At Jefferson Mills, Powhatan County, on January 24, Maj. Samuel H. Saunders.
7) Mrs. Samuel S. Saunders, 13 September 1822, Richmond commercial compiler. Died- On September 10, Mrs. Samuel S. Saunders, aged 26 years and 7 days.
8) Mary Saunders, 1 March 1822, Palladium of liberty (Warrenton, Va.). Married- Last evening, by Rev. William Morrison, Stephen Fletcher, to Miss Mary Saunders, all of Warrenton.
9) Robert Saunders, 30 November 1822, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Insurance for dwelling in Richmond.
10) Samuel S. Saunders, 30 November 1822, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Insurance for dwelling in Richmond.
11) Mrs. Joana Saunders, 15 July 1822, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Insurance for dwelling in Richmond.
12) William Saunders, 5 April 1822, Lynchburg press. Married- On Wednesday, by Rev. William S. Reid, Mr. William Saunders, to Miss Mary Camm, all of Lynchburg.
13) Daniel Saunders, Bedford County deed a deed between George Steptoe on the first part, Thomas Steptoe on the second part, and Daniel Saunders, Patrick Burns, Samuel Read, Benjamin Donald, James C. Steptoe, Samuel Phillips, John D. Murrell, Samuel Miller, Executor of John Henrick, and John Shephard of the third part, 1826 Aug. 30
14) Dr. James Saunders, 25 November 1823, Virginian (Lynchburg, Va.). Married- On Wednesday, Nov. 19, by Rev. Ira Ellis, Dr. James Saunders, of Lynchburg, to Miss Ann M. Rives, daughter of Nathaniel Rives, of Rockingham County, N.C.
15) James W. Saunders, 29 January 1823, Virginia herald (Fredericksburg, Va.). Married- At Woodville, in Orange County on Thursday, by Rev. Bowman, Mr. James W. Saunders, attorney at law, of Charlottesville, to Miss Barbara Guthrie Blair, daughter of the late Mr. James Blair, merchant of Fredericksburg.
16) Mary Hunter Saunders, 8 August 1823, American commercial beacon and Norfolk & Portsmouth daily advertiser. Died- At Williamsburg, on Tuesday, Aug. 26, in her 17th year. Miss Mary Hunter Saunders, only daughter of Robert Saunders of that city.
17) Alexander Saunders, 21 September 1824, Richmond enquirer. Died- In Richmond on September 15, in his 27th year, Mr. Alexander Saunders, a member of Tyler and Smithers, merchants. Buried in King and Queen county.
18) Daniel Saunders 1776-1862, Bedford County, estate papers John Hannabass.
19) Capt. Robert Saunders, 10 November 1825, Virginian (Lynchburg, Va.). Died- In Franklin County, on Monday, Oct. 31, in his home, Capt. Robert Saunders, in his 45th year.
20) Ann D. Saunders, 12 May 1825, Married- On Tuesday, May 3, by Rev. William S. Reid, Dr. Thomas L. Mitchell, of Bedford County, to Miss Ann D. Saunders, daughter of Col. David Saunders, of Bedford County.
21) Melinda L. Saunders, 12 May 1825, Virginian (Lynchburg, Va.). Married- On Tuesday, May 3, by Rev. William S. Reid, James E. Bouldin, of Henry County, to Miss Melinda L. Saunders, daughter of Col. David Saunders of Bedford County.
22) Sampson Sanders, 7 February 1825, grantee 400 acres in the Rutherford division of the said grant to John Savage and Others on Guyandotte River. Escheated land.. Cabell County, W. VA. From estate of James Green, deceased.
23) Thomas Sanders, 2 May 1826, grantee 477 acres on Reed Creek waters. Wythe County.
24) Daniel Clarke Sanders, author 1768-1850, A history of the Indian wars with the first settlers of the United States, to the commencement of the late war; together with an appendix, not before added to this history, containing interesting accounts of the battles fought by Gen. Andrew Jackson. First edition Montpelier, Vt. In 1812.
25) Susan Saunders, 21 February 1828, Virginian (Lynchburg, Va.). Married- On Thursday, Feb. 14, by Rev. John Ayres, Mr. John Morgan, to Miss Susan Saunders, daughter of Daniel Saunders, all of Bedford County.
26) James Saunders, 16 January 1828, grantee 41 acres 1r. 16po, In the county. New Kent County.
27) Betty Fleming Saunders, 7 October 1828, Richmond enquirer. Died- On August 14, at Mr. John Hockaday’s in James City County, Betty Fleming Saunders, daughter of James Saunders of New Kent County, in her 10th year.
28) Nancy Saunders, 20 December 1828, Richmond enquirer. Married- On Thursday, December 11, by Rev. John Ayres, Miles Gipson, to Miss Nancy Saunders, daughter of Edward Saunders, all of Buckingham county.
29) Rev. Empie Robert Saunders Jr., 27 June 1828, Richmond enquirer. Married- On Tuesday, June 19, by Rev. Empie Robert Saunders, Jr., to Miss Lucy E. Page, youngest daughter of the late Gov. Page, all of Williamsburg.
30) Capt. John C. Saunders, 28 May 1828, Norfolk and Portsmouth herald. Died- On Monday, Capt. John C. Saunders of Norfolk, active in the West India trade. Died- On May 26, Capt. John C. Saunders, in his 41st year, a resident of Norfolk. He traded regularly with the West Indies and New Orleans. He leaves a wife and five children.
31) John Saunders, 2 June 1828, Norfolk and Portsmouth herald. Married- In Hampton on Thursday, by Rev. Richard Gilliam, John Saunders, to Miss Margaret Watkins.
32) Mary P. Saunders, 1 February 1828, Norfolk and Portsmouth herald. Married- Yesterday by Rev. Ducachet, William Green of the Navy, to Miss Mary P. Saunders, second dau. of the late Maj. John Saunders.
33) Diza Saunders, 3 June 1828, American beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth daily advertiser. Married- In Suffolk, on Thursday, May 29, by Rev. Overton Bernard, Mr. Wells Cowper, Jr., to Miss Diza Saunders.
34) Edward Sanders, 8 August 1829, Visitor and telegraph (Richmond) Died- Near Buckingham C. H. on July 25, Mr. Edward Sanders, age 51.
35) Rebecca Saunders, 21 March 1829, Visitor and telegraph. Married- In Brunswick County, NC on MArch 6, Mr. Arthur Daily, to Miss Rebecca Saunders.
36) William A. Saunders, 10 October 1829, Visitor and telegraph. Married- On October 1, Mr. William A. Saunders, of Caroline County, to Miss Mary E. Monroe of Westmoreland County.
37) John A. & Thomas Sanders, 27 June 1829, grantee 241 acres on Cripple Creek. Wythe County.
38) George Saunders, 1 May 1829, grantee 1 (one) lot on Main St. Btn 13th and 14th. Henrico County.
39) Rev. James Saunders, 13 January 1829, Richmond enquirer. Died- In Buckingham County on December 31, 1828, Rev. James Saunders, aged 76 years, a Baptist preacher for 40 years.
40) Rev. Hubbard Saunders, 10 October 1829, Richmond enquirer. Died- Near Gallatin, Tenn., on September 7, Rev. Hubbard Saunders, in his 63rd year. A native of Brunswick County, Va., he was for 37 years a local preacher of the Gospel in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
41) Branch A. Saunders, 15 December 1829, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond insured for $1000.
42) Nancy Saunders, 15 December 1829, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond insured for $475.
43) Robert Saunders, 5 November 1829, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond insured for $7950.
44) George Saunders, 5 November 1829, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond insured for $4700.
45) Samuel Shield Saunders, 15 December 1829, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond insured for $19,500.
46) William Saunders – estate, 5 November 1829, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, three dwellings in Richmond.
47) Parham Saunders, 9 March 1829, Lynchburg Virginian. Died- In New Orleans, La. on Sunday, January 25, Mr. Parham Saunders, of Lynchburg, Va. age 34, leaving his mother.
48) Adams Sanders, 12 August 1830, grantee 130 acres on the North of New River. Wythe County.
49) Samuel S. Saunders, 30 October 1830, Southern religious telegraph (Richmond, Va.). Married- On October 27, by Rev. Peet, Samuel S. Saunders, to Miss Eliza L. Derieux.
50) Martha Saunders, 24 July 1830, Southern religious telegraph (Richmond, Va.). Died- In Norfolk, on July 14, Miss Martha Saunders, Died- On Wednesday an old resident of Norfolk.
51) Saunders family papers, 1830-1900, of the business enterprises, personal property, and estates of the Saunders family of Buckingham County, Virginia, including ledgers, patient accounts, estate records, slave records, and financial records. Principally George D. Saunders. and a record of the marriage of George D. Saunders and Mary A. Jones, 1843.
52) Reuben Sanders, 9 January 1830, Southern religious telegraph (Richmond, Va.). Died- In Raleigh, N.C. on December 28, 1829, Reuben Sanders, Senator from Johnston County, N.C.
53) Col. John Sanders, 4 December 1830, Southern religious telegraph (Richmond, Va.). Died- In Johnston County, N.C. on November 20, Col. John Sanders, age 55.
54) Mildred Sanders, 10 April 1830, Daily Richmond Whig (Richmond, Va.). Died- On Apr. 3, in her 4th year, Mildred Sanders, eldest dau. of Samuel Sanders, of Goochland County.
55) Samuel Saunders, 18 May 1831, grantee 200 acres on waters of Otter Creek. Franklin County.
56) Samuel Saunders, 18 May 1831, grantee 9 acres on Beard’s Creek. Franklin County.
57) Samuel Saunders, 18 May 1831, grantee 196 acres on Shooting Creek. Franklin County.
58) Samuel Saunders, 18 May 1831, grantee 81 acres on waters of Runet Bag Creek. Franklin County.
59) James Saunders, 3 March 1831, George Roper grantee 45 1/4 acres.....adjoining James Saunders, Wm. Taylor. New Kent County.
60) Martha T. Saunders, 26 February 1831, Richmond commercial compiler. Married- On Thursday (Feb. 24), by Rev. John Kerr, Dr. Joseph Mosby, of Goochland County, to Miss Martha T. Saunders, daughter of Col. Robert H. Saunders.
61) Jane Virginia Saunders daughter of Maj. John, 3 December 1831, Married- On Wednesday, Nov. 30 married William W. Hunter, Richomnd.
62) George Saunders, 11 February 1831, Daily Richmond Whig. Died- On Feb. 3, in King & Queen County, George Saunders, in his 63d year, leaving his family.
63) Samuel Saunders, 5 November 1832, grantee 22 acres On waters of Otter Creek. Franklin County.
64) Stephen & Alexander Saunders, 4 November 1832, grantees 70 acres on the North side of New River. Wythe County.
65) Saml Saunders, 4 November 1832, grantee 157 acres. Jng. Vias, Edwards, and Connonly. Franklin County.
66) Julia Edwards Woodson Saunders, 1873-1966, Julia Edwards Woodson Saunders was born in 1873 in Richmond, Virginia, to Aylett and Frances Holdsworth Woodson. She married Wallace Coleman Saunders (1873-1948) 25 March 1896.
67) Sarah Watts Saunders, 8 November 1832, Lynchburg Virginian. Died- On Sunday, Nov. 4, at the residence of Mrs. Mary Watts in Campbell County, Sarah Watts Saunders, daughter of Judge Fleming Saunders of Franklin County in her 16th year.
68) Elvira Saunders, 19 March 1832, Lynchburg Virginian. Married- On Tuesday, March 6, by Rev. John Ayres, Charles P. Craghead of Franklin County, to Miss Elvira Saunders, eldest daughter of Littleberry Saunders of Bedford County.
69) Henry Saunders, 13 February 1832, Lynchburg Virginian. Married- On Thursday, Feb. 2, by Rev. John Ayres, Henry Saunders, to Miss Mary Ann Kasey, eldest daughter of Col. John Kasey, all of Bedford County.
70) Archer Dennis Saunders, 5 March 1832, Constitutional Whig (Richmond, Va.). Died- At his residence in James City County, on Saturday, February 18, 1832, Archer Dennis Saunders, in the 73d year of his age.
71) Ann Maria Saunders, 13 March 1833, Virginia herald (Fredericksburg, Va.). Married- On Thursday, Feb. 7, by Rev. John P. McGuire, Mr. Fereol Lemoine, Jr. to Miss Ann Maria Saunders, all of Richmond county.
72) John C. Saunders, 18 April 1833, American beacon and Virginia and North-Carolina gazette. Married- On Tuesday, Apr. 16, by Rev. Ducachet, John C. Saunders, merchant, to Miss Eliza Mary McCandlish, eldest daughter of Capt. Thomas McCandlish, dec’d, all of Norfolk.
73) Rev. Joseph H. Saunders, 18 May 1833, American beacon and Virginia and North-Carolina gazette. Married- At the residence of Dr. Simmons J. Baker, in Martin County, N.C., on Apr. 25, Rev. Joseph H. Saunders, to Miss Laura Baker.
74) Robert H. Saunders, 6 November 1833, American beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth daily advertiser. Died- At his residence in Princess Anne County on Nov. 5, Robert H. Saunders, in his 40th year.
75) Adams Saunders, 3 November 1834, grantee 145 acres on North of New River. Wythe County.
76) Lt. John L. Saunders, 6 June 1834, Richmond Enquirer, married Martha B. Selden, daughter of Miles. Married- At Westover, Charles City County on Wednesday, May 28, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Moore, Lieut. John L. Saunders, of the U.S. Navy, to Miss Martha B. Selden, youngest daughter of Miles Selden, dec’d.
77) Saunders, family bible, 1835-1961, Miss Belle Saunders of Fauquier County, Richardson Alexander Saunders born July 1850 – died 19 January 1862, Isabelle Catherine Saunders born 7 February 1845, William Edward Saunders born 8 March 1846, Lille Saunders born December 1854, Nellie G. Saunders born 8 June 1860, Annie Eliza Saunders born 1 June 1849, Addison Saunders born 28 December 1857, Joseph Saunders born 20 November 1853.
78) James Saunders. 15 September 1835, grantee 244 acres on North side of New River. Wythe County.
79) Sarah Saunders, 11 August 1835, Richmond Whig & public advertiser. Died- At the Fountain of Health, Davidson County, Tenn., on July 24, in her 50th year, Mrs. Sarah Saunders, consort of William Saunders, and dau. of Benj. Harris of Powhatan County.
80) Robert Saunders, 22 May 1835, Richmond courier and daily compiler. Died- In Williamsburg, Robert Saunders, on Saturday (May 16). He was the father of the present professor of mathematics in the College of William and Mary (Norfolk Beacon). Aged between 70 and 80 years.
81) Dr. A.H. Sanders, 19 March 1835, Virginia free press (Charles Town, W. Va.). Married- On Tuesday, March 10, Dr. A. H. Sanders, of Occoquan, Prince William County, Va.,to Miss Ellen M. Moore, daughter of the late Thomas Moore, of Alexandria, D.C.
82) Agustus O. Sanders, born 23 May 1836 in Washington County, family bible. Births-Nannie J. 23 September 1838, Maggie G. 12 March 1873, Louisa W. 27 February 1875, Joseph G. 2 November 1878, Kate W. (2nd wife) 29 May 1848, Mary W. 20 July 1886, James K. 21 November 18??, Augustus O. no date, Graham W. 20 August 1891, Minnie A. 28 September 1902, Virginia Louise 7 May 1920, Vaudie Wood 8 October 1921. Washington County.
83) Peter Saunders, 20 May 1836, grantee 694 acres on waters of Blackwater and Pig River. Franklin County.
84) Sampson Saunders, 4 March 1836, grantee 450 acres on waters of Guyandotte River. Cabell County, W. VA.
85) Sampson Saunders, 15 June 1836, grantee 150 acres on at the mouth of Toms Creek. Cabell County, W. VA.
86) Sampson Saunders, 31 August 1836, grantee 669 1/2 acres on waters of Otter Creek. Franklin County.
87) John Sanders, 31 August 1836, grantee 188 acres On North of New River. Wythe County.
88) Sampson Saunders, 1 July 1836, grantee 450 acres on Otter and Runnet Bag Creeks. Franklin County.
89) Robert Fleming Saunders, 28 January 1836, Richmond Whig & public advertiser. Died- Yesterday in Henrico County, Robert Fleming Saunders, son of Robert M. and Mary C. Saunders, age 12 months and 23 days.
90) Creditors of Eliza M. Saunders wife of Branch A. Saunders, 20 October 1836, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, insured property in Ricmond. $4500.
91) Samuel Shield Saunders, 31 December 1836, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Property insurance in Richmond $20,250 for several tobacco factory’s and a coopers shop.
92) Frances Saunders, 24 October 1836, Lynchburg Virginian, Married- On Tuesday, Oct. 4, in Bedford County, by Rev. Abner Anthony, Thomas Helms, age 17, of Franklin County, to Miss Frances Saunders, age 18, daughter of Daniel Saunders of Bedford County.
93) Maj. James Saunders, 29 April 1837, Virginia gazette (Williamsburg, Va.). Died- In Fairfax County, Va., on Apr. 14, Maj. James Saunders, age 54. He served in the War of 1812. He leaves wife and four children.
94) Frances Saunders, 20 February 1837, Lynchburg Virginian, Died- On Feb. 13, at her residence in Liberty, Bedford County, Mrs. Frances Saunders, wife of Dr. Gustavus A. Saunders, in her 21st year.
95) Catherine L. Saunders, 31 March 1837, Richmond Enquirer, married William E. Thompson King & Queen County.
96) Peter Sanders, 30 November 1838, grantee 20 acres on waters of Snake Run. Alleghany County.
97) Sampson Saunders, 1 January 1838, grantee 2300 acres on waters of Guyandotte River. Cabell County, W. VA.
98) Margaret Page Saunders, 9 November 1838, Richmond Whig & public advertiser. Died- At Williamsburg on Nov. 2, Margaret Page Saunders, in her 8th year, second daughter of Robert and Lucy Saunders.
99) William B. Saunders, 14 February 1838, Richmond compiler, Died- Near Baskingridge, N.J. on Thursday last, William B. Saunders, age 22, by the kick of a horse. He had been married the day previous.
100) Emeline A. Saunders, 8 February 1838, Lynchburg Virginian, Married- On Feb. 1, by Rev. Nocholas Cobbs, John O. Chilton, to Miss Emeline A. Saunders, daughter of Col. David Saunders, all of Bedford County.
101) Dr. A. E. Saunders, 6 August 1838, Lynchburg Virginian, Married- On July 12, by Rev. John Hank, Dr. A. E. Saunders, to Miss Martha C. Berger, all of Pittsylvania County.
102) Ephraim D. Sanders, 28 January 1838, Letter, 28 January 1838, sent from Francis S. White, an attorney in Abingdon, Virginia, to Ephraim D. Sanders, a school principal and Presbyterian minister in Cartersville, Cumberland County, Virginia. Concerns religion and Sanders’ rejection of an offer to minister at a Presbyterian Church in Abingdon.
103) Octavia M. Sanders, 11 January 1838, Virginia free press (Charles Town, W. Va.). Married- On Thursday, Dec. 28 (1837), by Rev. George Rigdon, Henry F. Shenck formerly of Jefferson County, Va. (now W.Va.), to Miss Octavia M. Sanders, of Fauquier County.
104) Lieut. John Sanders, 7 January 1839, American beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth daily advertiser (Norfolk, Va.). Married- At Pittsburg on Thursday, Dec. 27, 1838, by Rev. George Upfold, Lieut. John Sanders of the Engineer Corps, U. S. A., to Marcia D. Wilkins, daughter of William Wilkins.
105) Charles Walton Sanders, 1805-1889, author The school reader. Fourth book. Containing instructions in the elementary principles of reading, and selected lessons from the most elegant writers. For the use of academies and the higher classes in common and select schools. by Charles W. Sanders, and Joshua Chase Sanders (1815-1905).
106) Elizabeth Saunders, 21 May 1839, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On May 7, by Elder Dr. Kirk, Charles Rogers, to Miss Elizabeth Saunders, dau. of William Saunders both of Lancaster County.
107) Frances Saunders, 11 January 1839, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Jan. 3, by Rev. A. George, Charles Brooks, to Miss Frances Saunders, dau. of James Saunders, all of Buckingham County.
108) Elizabeth Saunders, 21 May 1839, Richmond Enquirer, married Charles Rogers in Lancaster County.
109) John William Sanders, 4 April 1840, 1840-1924. Indexed in East Hill Cemetery is located in Bristol, Tennessee.
110) Joseph W. Saunders, May 1840, Richmond Enquirer, married Lucy P. Bowles in Hanover County.
111) Robert Saunders, 20 May 1842, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- In King and Queen County on May 4, Robert Saunders in his 30th year, leaving a widow and 3 children.
112) Col. David Saunders, 11 October 1842, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- On Sept. 29, in Bedford County, Col. David Saunders in his 83rd year. Leaving his wife and children. Born in Hanover County, he had moved to Amherst County, then in Bedford County.
113) Ann Eliza Saunders, 21 January 1842, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Jan. 17, by Rev. Adam Empie, John G. Turpin, of Warwich County to Miss Ann Eliza Saunders, dau. of S. S. Saunders, of Richmond.
114) O.B. Saunders, 25 November 1842, Richmond Enquirer, married Eliza A. Goddin in Richmond.
115) Peter Saunders, 31 July 1843, grantee 25 1/2 acres on the waters of Greasy Creek. Floyd County.
116) Dr. Gustavus A. Saunders, 7 April 1843, Richmond Whig & public advertiser. Married- On Feb. 16, by Rev. Samuel Moorman, Dr. Gustavus A. Saunders, to Miss Elizabeth Jane Bouldin, dau. of Dr. Robert E. Bouldin, all of Charlotte, Va.
117) Henry Clay Saunders, 17 February 1843, Richmond Whig & public advertiser. Died- On Feb. 6, Henry Clay Saunders, son of Reuben and Lavinia Saunders, of Caroline County.
118) David J. Saunders, 7 November 1843, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond for $3500.
119) George D. Saunders, 12 December 1843, married Mary Ann Jones, daughter of William A. & Caroline, in Buckingham County.
120) Linn B. Sanders, 19 December 1843, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Nov. 23, by Rev. David Thompson, Linn B. Sanders of Madison County, to Miss Polly Ann Sanders, at the residence of her father, Ransom Sanders, in Johnson County, North Carolina.
121) Henry B. Saunders Jr., 31 December 1844, grantee with John Wallace, 1000 acres on the Left hand fork of Reedy Creek, adjoining Tilton’s 10,000 acre survey. Jackson County.
122) Charles S. Saunders, 31 December 1844, grantee 75 acres on the East side of Greenbrier River. Pocahontas County, W.VA.
123) Sarah E. Saunders, 6 August 1844, Richmond Enquirer, married Dr. Richard H. Cox, daughter of Reubin & Lavinia. King William County.
124) Robert M. Saunders, 26 August 1845, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- On August 14, a his residence, in Ravenswood, Jackson County, Va. (now W.Va.), Robert M. Saunders, in his 35th year, a lawyer, formerly of Richmond, leaving wife and two children.
125) Mrs. Cynthia Saunders, 3 October 1845, Richmond Enquirer, married A.V. Brown (Governor elect of Tennessee), Davidson County, Tennessee.
126) Ann M. Saunders, 15 September 1846, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- In Campbell County on Aug. 31, by Rev. W.H. Kincle, Thomas L Preston, of Abingdon, to Miss Ann M. Saunders, dau. of Fleming Saunders.
127) William Saunders, 9 October 1846, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- On Sept. 21, at the Fountain of Health, near Nashville, Tenn., William Saunders, age 70. He had moved Powhatan County in 1806.
128) David J. Saunders, 9 February 1846, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, dwelling in Richmond for $3350.
129) Anna Maria Sanders, Letter, 3 March, 1846, from Anna Maria Sanders, Lynchburg, Virginia, to her sister, Eliza R. Sanders, Richmond, Virginia, regarding a family wedding. Anna Maria Sanders (1825-1911), of Lynchburg, was the daughter of Fleming Sanders and Alice Watts Sanders. She married Thomas L. Preston on 31 August 1846 in Campbell County, Virginia.
130) Roberta Saunders of Lynchburg, 4 December 1846, Richmond Enquirer, daughter of William L., married Charles L. Ellis of Amherst County.
131) Mary Elizabeth Saunders of Lynchburg, 4 December 1846, Richmond Enquirer, daughter of William L. married John Q. Adams.
132) Bible of Thomas E. Saunders, of Warrenton, Fauquier County, Catherine Isabella Saunders married Dr. Christian David Owens April 1866.
133) John A. & Thomas Sanders, 23 March 1847, grantees 6 acres on the waters of Cripple Creek. Wythe County.
134) J.W. Saunders, 21 August 1847, Woodville for sale : will be offered for sale, to the highest bidder, at Orange Court House, on Friday, the 1st day of October next ... lately occupied by Mrs. Helen Blair, in the county of Orange, and generally known by the name of Woodville. The tract contains about 450 acres... it lies within one mile of Orange Court House ... / J.W. Saunders, Adm’r.
135) Giles Saunders, Receipt, 3 Jan. 1847, of Giles Saunders issued by Thomas W. Atkinson in Richmond, Virginia for the purchase of a slave named Patience.
136) Guilford D. Saunders, 16 July 1847, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- At Garysburg, N. C. on July 12, by R. B. Gary, Guilford D. Saunders, of Richmond, to Miss Mary Ellen Day of Manchester, Va.
137) Juliett Ann Saunders, 15 January 1847, Richmond Enquirer, married Lyne Shackleford.
138) Eliza A. Sanders, 31 December 1847, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Dec. 23, by Rev. Pleasant Howard, Benjamin Perkins, of Roanoke County, to Eliza A. Sanders, dau. of Hiram Sanders, of Louisa County.
139) Virginia Greever Sanders, 15 January 1847, buried at Bristol, Tennessee at the East Hill Cemetery (1847-1905).
140) Catherine Sanders, 24 March 1848, Richmond Enquirer, from Richmond County married John Peed of Westmoreland County.
141) Fleming Saunders, 30 December 1848, grantee 176 acres on waters of Jonecake fork of Bradshaws Run. Monroe County, W. VA.
142) Daniel B. Sanders, 30 June 1848, grantee 38 11/160a. on waters of New River. Wythe County.
143) Edward T. Saunders, 31 December 1848, grantee along with Samuel Wilson, James Leatch & Wm Vint Sr., 1901 acres in Highland County. 1910 acres on both sides of Shenandoah Mountain near the Staunton and Parkersburg Turnpike road, on south side thereof.
144) Judge Lafayette Saunders, 26 September 1848, Richmond Whig & public advertiser. Died- At the Red Sulphur Springs, Va. on Aug. 25, Judge Lafayette Saunders, of Clinton, La. A native of Tennessee, he had moved many years ago to La., leaving wife and several children.
145) Stephen T. Saunders, 29 August 1848, Richmond Enquirer, Stephen of Nansemond County married Bettie Lewis Mallory, daughter of Thomas J. from Hanover County.
146) Nicolas Sander(s) 1530(?) – 1581, published in 1848 by author William Fluke Stapleton’s Fortress overthrown. A rejoinder to Martiall’s Reply. A discovery of the dangerous rock of the popish church commended by Sanders. By William Fulke. Edited for the Parker Society, by Richard Gibbings. 412 p.
147) Ephraim D. Sanders, author Sketch of the life and character of Thomas Cooke Paul, son of D’Arcy Paul of Petersburg, Va. Written for the American Sunday-School Union, by E. D. Sanders. Published 1849 Philadelphia, American Sunday-School Union. 230 p.
148) Mary S. Saunders, 17 August 1849, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- Near Warsaw, Richmond County.
149) Luberta E. Saunders, 4 December 1849, Richmond enquirer, Married, on the 28th November, at the residence of Mrs. Fanny Saunders, by the Rev. F. W. Scott, Mr. John W. Peatross, to Miss Luberta E., daughter of the late Robert Saunders, all of the county of Caroline.
150) Holeman Saunders, 1 August 1850, grantee 42 acres on waters of Matt’s Branch on New River Hill. Monroe County, W.Va.
151) Emma Virginia Saunders, 22 January 1850, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Jan. 10, at the Mattapony Church, King and Queen County, by Rev. R.H. Bagby, G. Harvey Dillard, of Essex County, to Emma Virginia Saunders, dau. of Rueben Saunders, of King and Queen.
152) Edward Sanders, 13 August 1850, Richmond Enquirer, married Lucy Ann Marks.
153) Richard Archer Saunders, 24 September 1850, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- On Sept. 21, at the residence of Roderick Payne, in Powhatan County, Richard Archer Saunders, in his 58th year, a citizen of Richmond for more than 25 years.
154) Maria Susan Saunders, 28 May 1850, Richmond Enquirer, married James Throgmorton in Henrico County.
155) Georgie Saunders, 6 December 1850, Richmond Enquirer , from Spotsylvania County married Dr. Z.M. Anderson of Charlottesville.
156) Elizabeth Saunders, 24 December 1850, Richmond Enquirer, married William L. Taylor.
157) Daniel B. Saunders, 1 February 1851, grantee 2058 acres on Big and Little Brush Creeks. Carrol County.
158) Margaret D. Sanders, 2 May 1851, Richmond Enquirer, married Leland Noel in Holmes County, Mississippi.
159) A.C. Saunders, 17 October 1851, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Oct. 9, at Powhatan Court House, by Rev. C. Tyree, A. C. Saunders, of Richmond, to Miss Mary A. R. Talbot.
160) Robert C. Saunders, 3 June 1851, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- At Charlottesville on May 28, by Rev. A. K. Meade, Robert C. Saunders of Campbell County, to Miss Carzetta Davis, eldest Dau. of the late Prof. Davis.
161) James D. Saunders, 22 April 1851, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Apr. 17, by Rev. Jones, James D. Saunders of Lynchburg, to Caroline M. Ludlam, dau. of the late Lewis Ludlam, of Richmond.
162) David J. Saunders, 16 October 1851, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia insured at $4550, grocery, dwelling, smoke house, lumber house & kitchen. Richmond.
163) David J. Saunders, 16 October 1851, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia insured at $3800, dwelling & kitchen. Richmond.
164) Samuel S. Saunders, January 1851, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, insured at $6,000 for 2 tobacco manufactories.
165) B.W. Saunders, 7 February 1851, Richmond Enquirer, married N. Barrett both of Louisa County.
166) Samuel Shields Saunders, 2 January 1852, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- On Dec. 30, 1851, Samuel Shields Saunders, a native of Powhatan County, but for years a resident of Richmond.
167) John Sanders, 1852, Wythe County (Va.) Justice of the Peace Commission, Third District, 1852. Consists of a commission from Governor Joseph Johnson certifying the election in the third district of John C. Graham, John Sanders, Charles C. Tate, and Samuel T. Calfee Justices of the Peace for Wythe County.
168) Printed in 1852 by John Gough Nichols Contents: Introduction.--The discovery of the Jesuits’ College at Clerkenwell, written by Sir Robert Heath, Attorney-general. .--Letter of Father Arthur Sanders to Father Edward Parre. The discovery of the Jesuits’ College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: and a letter found in their house, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles. Edited by John Gough Nichols.
169) William A. Saunders Jr., 31 December 1852, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Dec. 23, at Rosemount, the residence of Mrs. E. Faulkner, King and Queen County, by Rev. W.B. Todd, William A. Saunders, Jr. of Philadelphia, and Emeline Motley, dau. of the late John Motley, of King & Queen County, Va.
170) Robert A. Saunders, 24 September 1852, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- In Richmond, on Sept. 15, by Rev. Geo. W. Woodbridge, Robert A. Saunders, of Henderson, Kentucky, to Miss Lucy Ward Randolph, of Richmond, Va.
171) John Saunders, 25 May 1853, Letter, dated 25 May 1853, from John Bell Tilden Winfree (1829-1918) of Lynchburg, Virginia to his sister Jane Margaret (Winfree) Brown (b. 1821) of Powhatan County, Virginia. Subjects include news relating to his friend John Saunders, including his courtship and his move to Texas. Winfree also writes about marriages and other news of mutual acquaintances, as well as family news and health.
172) Janet L. Saunders, 8 February 1853, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Feb. 3, by Rev. R.K. Meade, Dr. Richard H. Pegram, of California, to Miss Janet L. Saunders of Charlottesville, Va.
173) Lucy W. Saunders, 8 November 1853, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- On Oct 27, in Henderson, Ky., Lucy W. Saunders, wife of Robert Saunders, age 32.
174) Martha Sanders, 25 February 1853, date of death at Fincastle, Botetourt County.
175) Hiram Sanders, 6 June 1853, date of death, aged 57 years, born in Goochland County, parents William & Sally Sanders, informant Wm. F. Sanders (son) in Louisa County.
176) Jesse W. Sanders, 5 March 1853, date of death, aged 21 years 6 months, from pneumonia, single, born in Franklin County died in Patrick County, parents Jesse & Juannah Sandress(?).
177) Alexander Saunders, 1 November 1853, grantee 46 acres on waters of So. Branch of Potomac. Hampshire County, W.Va. Documentation includes survey and grant.
178) Mary A. Saunders, December 1853, date of death Fauquier County.
179) Judith Saunders, 6 December 1853, date of death Fauquier County.
180) unnamed Saunders, December 1853, date of death Fauquier County.
181) Mary Ann Saunders, 7 January 1853, date of death Botetourt County.
182) Alec Saunders, 1853, date of death Elizabeth City County.
183) Rachael Saunders, 15 June 1853, date of death Elizabeth City County.
184) Galen Saunders, 1 March 1853, date of death in Bedford County, son of Thaxton T. Saunders.
185) Isiah Saunders, 31 July 1853, dated of death in Louisa County, aged 3 years 2 months, son of Isaac L. & F.L. Saunders.
186) Lelia Saunders, 21 March 1854, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- In Lynchburg, on Feb. 28, by Rev. Wm. H. Kinkle, Joseph P. Winston, of RIchmond, to Miss Lelia Saunders, dau. of Wm. L. Saunders.
187) Thomas Saunders, 21 November 1854, date of death Elizabeth City County.
188) Fanny Moorefield, 25 October 1854, date of death in Halifax County, consort of Daniel Moorefield, died giving birth, aged 24 years, daughter of Nathaniel Saunders.
189) Jno. Lewis Saunders, 6 September 1854, date of death in Fauquier County.
190) Lucy K. Saunders, 8 April 1854, date of death in Fauquier County.
191) Marianne S. Saunders, 9 October 1855, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Oct. 3, by Rev. Richard H. Wilmer, of Bedford County, Rev. George T. Wilmer, to Miss Marianne S. Saunders, eldest dau. of Robert Saunders, all of Williamsburg..
192) Dr. A.H. Sanders, 27 November 1855, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- In Alexandria, on Oct. 21, in her 42d year, Ellen Moore, wife of Dr. A. H. Sanders.
193) Peter Saunders, 2 October 1855, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Sept. 27, at Vancourt, by Rev. W. H. Kinckle, Peter Saunders, of Franklin County, to Miss Bettie L. Dabney, dau. of John Blair Dabney, of Campbell County.
194) Louisa N. Saunders, 12 October 1855, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Oct. 4, by Rev. --- Davis, of Martinsburg, Va. (now W. Va.), at Flat Creek, Campbell County, Rev. Richard D. T. Davis, to Louisa M. Saunders, dau. of -----.
195) George B. Saunders, 22 May 1855, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- At his father’s residence, on May 19, George B. Saunders, son of David and Maria C. Saunders, age 24 months and 7 months. (one has to wonder if it should be 24 years).
196) Mary C. Saunders, 14 September 1855, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- Yesterday, Mrs. Mary C. Saunders, consort of Robert M. Saunders, dec’d.
197) Sarah Saunders, 26 May 1855, date of death Fauquier County.
198) Helen N. Saunders, 6 May 1855, date of death in Fairfax County.
199) Mary Kasey, 23 September 1855, date of death in Bedford County. Consort of Newton Kasey, daughter of John Saunders. Died in childbirth aged 30 years.
200) M. Saunders, 13 August 1855, date of death in Portsmouth.
201) Francis Saunders, 5 August 1855, date of death in Portsmouth.
202) Wm. Alex. Saunders, 17 September 1855, date of death in Portsmouth.
203) Henrietta Saunders, 5 June 1855, date of death in Loudoun County.
204) Mary Saunders, 14 August 1855, date of death in Loudoun County.
205) Nancy Sanders, May 1856, date of death in Fairfax County.
206) Elizabeth Saunders, 4 January 1856, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Died- In Norfolk on Dec. 31, 1855, in her 80th year, Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders, widow of Maj. John Saunders, U. S. Army, deceased.
207) Mildred C. Saunders, 6 February 1857, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- By Rev. A. Broaddus, at Cedar Plains, in King & Queen County, on Jan. 27, William T. Ellis, of Essex County, to Miss Mildred C. Saunders, of King & Queen.
208) Edgar J. Saunders, 17 March 1857, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- At Edge Hill, by Rev. Wm. A. Bayoham, on Jan. 15, Edgar J. Saunders, of Caroline County, to Miss Mary L. Jones, of Essex County.
209) Samuel H. Saunders, 27 March 1857, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On March 5, in Lunenburg County, by Rev. Wm. Doswell, Samuel H. Saunders, of Charlotte County, to Miss Ann E. Sammons of Lunenburg County.
210) Wm. S. Saunders, 12 June 1857, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- In Northampton County on June 3, by Rev. C----, Wm. S. Saunders, to Miss Marianna P. Fitchett, all of that county.
211) Rebecca Davis, 8 June 1857, date of death in St. Luke’s Parish Southhampton County. Aged 64 years, daughter of Jessee & Hulda Saunders. Son William B. Saunders – informant.
212) Adams Saunders, 1 July 1858, grantee 384 acres on New River including his own lands. Wythe County.
213) A.W. Saunders, 7 December 1858, Richmond Whig & public advertiser, Married- On Nov. 23, by Rev. Shepperson, A. W. Saunders, to Miss Laura J. dau. of H. Harris, all of Bedford County.
214) A.C. Saunders, 1 June 1858, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, property in Richmond insured for $7,000.
215) David J. Saunders, 30 September 1858, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, property in Richmond insured for $150.
216) David J. Saunders, 28 December 1858, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, property in Richmond insured for $4,900.
217) Demetrius W. Saunders, 28 December 1858, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, property in Richmond insured for ??
218) Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders, 31 December 1858, Richmond Enquirer, married Richard H. Flood in Washington D.C.
219) Sarah Saunders, 1 October 1858, date of death in St. Luke’s Parish of Southhampton County. Aged 20 years & listed as murdered. Consort of Benjamin Saunders, daughter of Cordy & Nancy Whitfield. Informant was mother-in-law Susan Saunders.
220) Abram Sanders, August 1858, date of death in Patrick County, parents Booker & Ann Sanders.
221) Adaline Saunders, 22 December 1858, date of death Fairfax County.
222) James W. Saunders, 19 March 1859, Virginia gazette (Williamsburg, Va.), Died- James W. Saunders, President of the Farmers’ Bank, at Charlottesville, and Clerk of the District Court of Appeals, died on March 12, aged 65.
223) David J. Saunders Jr., 25 October 1859, Richmond Enquirer, of Richmond married Permelia A. Cosby of Louisa County.
224) Phillip Saunders, 7 December 1859, date of death in Loudoun County.
225) Saunders family bible, Amelia County, Raleigh W. Saunders married Eliza Ellen Gates on 11 December 1860. Richard K. Saunders born
226) Sally D. Saunders, 6 April 1863, Phillip Francis Howard papers, within this collection of papers is noted that “report, 6 April 1863, of Sally D. Saunders concerning the state and character of the Richmond Male Orphan Society’s orphans;”
227) Saunders family bible record, Amelia County, Raleigh W. & Eliza Ellen Gates Saunders married 11 December 1860, births: Richard K. 18 September 1861, Mary E. 7 January 1863, Sarah W. 1 March 1864, Harriet H. 7 October 1865 or 1866, Obelia 14 June 1870, Mattie F. 26 June 1871, Raleigh W. 28 May 1873, Nathaniel B. 12 June 1875, James E. 4 August 1877, Harriet H. married Ashby Claiborne 30 May 1883, Bettie (Mary Elizabeth) married John Wesley Smith 28 April 1880, Richard K. married Jennie C. Jenkins 20 October 1888, Mattie H. married William D. Beasley 2 July 1896, R.W. married (2) Martha F. Francisco 28 February 1888, James E. married Mattie B. Scruggs 22 November 1877.
228) Richard Saunders, 3 July 1860, grantee 200 acres on waters of Frogg’s Creek, a branch of Pocatalico. Kanawha County, W.VA.
229) William Saunders, 1822-1900, Both sides of the grape question – author Andrew M. Spangler, Both sides of the grape question. Comprising I. "An essay on the culture of the native and exotic grape." By William Saunders ..., Published in 1860 in Philadelphia.
230) Laura M. Saunders, 10 December 1860, date of death in Bedford County. Died of croup, daughter of George G. & Mary J. Saunders.
231) Adams Sanders, 19 August 1860, date of death in Wythe County.
232) Senah Sanders, 19 December 1860, date of death in Wythe County
233) Philip Saunders, 7 December 1860, date of death in Loudoun County.
234) Lucinda Foly, 16 April 1860, date of death in Patrick County, died of flux at age 35, consort of A.J. Foly, daughter of Polly Saunders.
235) William T. Sanders, 1 May 1861, grantee 26 1/2 acres Near the waters of Camp Creek. Louisa County.
236) Berry Saunders, 19 November 1861, Letter from Elizabeth Kasey, Patrick County, Virginia, to her brother, Berry Saunders, Bedford County, Virginia, regarding family and the health of her sons who had joined the Confederate Army.
237) Chas. Ro. Saunders, 18 December 1861, date of death in Goochland County.
238) Wm. Bagby Saunders, March 1861, date of death in Essex County.
239) Bettie Saunders, 27 April 1862, letter from Walter Herron Taylor - He married his longtime sweetheart, Elizabeth Selden "Bettie" Saunders on 2 April 1865. After the war, Taylor returned to Norfolk and became involved in the hardware business.
240) Booker Sanders, 14 March 1862, date of death in Patrick County, from cancer, aged 50 years, born in Franklin County, parents Jesse & Sarah Sanders, informant Anna his wife.
241) Alice Saunders, 2 April 1862, Letter from Major Philip Henry Powers - was born 10 April 1828 to William Powers and Alice Saunders Powers. He arrived in Clarke County, Virginia, from King and Queen County, Virginia, to teach and serve as a tutor.
242) Fleming Saunders, 1 March 1862, Receipt, 1 March 1862, signed by Lt. Thomas J. King (1839-1908), while serving with the 42nd Virginia Infantry, for money received from Capt. Fleming Saunders (1829-1907), Assistant Quartermaster, for payment of noncommissioned officers and privates in King’s company.
243) Wm. Saunders, 1862, date of death in Albemarle County. Aged 9 years, died of spasms, parents J.S. & E.A. Saunders.
244) Charles E. Saunders, 17 September 1862, date of death at Sharpsburg killed in battle at age 22, son of Daniel A. & Lucy A. Saunders of Louisa County.
245) Albert Saunders, July 1863, date of death in Goochland County.
246) Captain Fleming Saunders, Requisition, 8 Feb. 1863, made by the 42nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company D, for supplies including shirts, jackets, shoes, blankets, and pants. Prices for the items are also listed. The requisition was certified by Captain Oscar W. Spriggs of the 42nd Virginia and approved by Captain Fleming Saunders (1829-1907), an assistant quartermaster for the Confederate States Army. The document also includes a record of the items received in response to the requisition.
247) Texanna “Texie” G. Saunders, Letter, 26 April 1864, from Captain Samuel D. Preston (1834-1888). Samuel Preston Davis was born 20 July 1834 near Lynchburg, Virginia, to Pleasant Preston (1803-1856) and Ann E. Davis Preston (d. 1891). When the Civil War began, Preston enlisted in the 34th Virginia Infantry and became captain of Company C. He served for a time as Judge Advocate. Preston was wounded in the head in fighting around Peterburg, Virginia, 30 July 1864. He was put on detached service in December 1864. Preston was paroled at Lynchburg, Virginia, 15 April 1865. After the war, Preston settled in Lynchburg and became a lawyer. He married Texanna "Texie" G. Saunders (b. ca. 1840) 5 December 1861, and they had at least five children. Preston died in Lynchburg 15 April 1888, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery.
248) Peter Saunders, 28 December 1864, Letter from John H. Gilmer to a member of the Virginia Senate, on the position and duties of Virginia in the existing state of political matters : Peter Saunders, Esq. of the Virginia State Senate.
249) O.H. Saunders, 1864, date of death Goochland County.
250) Geo. Saunders, August 1864, date of death in Charlottesville, Albemarle County. Aged 2 years son of Jno. S. & Eliza A. Saunders.
251) Geo. Sanders, August 1864, date of death in Charlottesville, Albemarle County, aged 2 years, parents Jno. S. & Eliza A. Sanders
252) Thomas W. Coffer letter, 3 June 1864, Thomas W. Cofer was born ca. 1827. He married Margaret A. Sanders in Gates County, North Carolina on 13 May 1852. They later resided in Portsmouth, Virginia where he was employed as a gunsmith. Cofer died in Portsmouth on 23 July 1885.
253) Chas. H. Saunders, July 1864, date of death Goochland County.
254) Sisson family bible record – The bible of Betty Virginia Sisson (1866-1948) daughter of Robert Sisson and Amanda Ann Sanders-Sisson, Westmoreland & Richmond Counties. Betty married 3 times – first to Lucius C. Sanders (divorced) had issue Clara Mabel Sanders.