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UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
Sadler Family Papers, 1885-1985
2.0 Linear feet2 document boxes plus 1 flat OV box
By subject and chronologically within.
Scope and Contents Note
This collection contains Sadler Family correspondence, ledgers, school yearbooks, programs, photographs, genealogical materials, and reminiscences about the Civil War.
Biographical Note and Historical Note
The Sadler Family moved from Alabama to Arkansas in 1824 and resided in the Fort Smith area. William Potts Sadler was born 1863 December 9 in Roseville, Arkansas, to William Danville Sadler of Florence, Alabama, and Clarissa Florence (Potts) Sadler of Ohio. In June of 1866, in Logan County, Arkansas, William Potts Sadler married Grace Gray with whom he had eight children: Pauline, Anna, Grace, William, Jr., Mary, Lucia, Ashton, and Nelson. His children worked in medicine, law, and education. Sadler’s daughter, Pauline, married Henry Conrad Faber. Their daughter, Grace Charlotte (Faber) Bendt, moved to Crown Point, Indiana, and became the family genealogist.
William Potts Sadler practiced law in Paris, Arkansas, from 1887 to 1890. In 1890, he moved his family to Van Buren, where he served as deputy circuit clerk of Crawford County until 1898. From 1898 to 1902, he served as circuit clerk and deputy clerk of the Arkansas Supreme Court from 1905 to 1915. In 1915, Sadler was appointed clerk to the Supreme Court of Arkansas and served until 1938, whereupon he retired due to poor health.
Arkansas. Supreme Court
Arkansas--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Bendt, Charlotte Faber, donor
Education--Arkansas--Van Buren--History--20th century
Sadler, William Potts, 1863-1943
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is available for viewing at the Arkansas Studies Institute.
Conditions Governing Use
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17-U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using this material is liable for any infringement.
Copyright for correspondence in the collections belongs to those correspondents or their beneficiaries. Persons wanting to re-use those materials are advised to obtain permission from copyright holders.
Sadler Family Papers, 1885-1995, UALR.MS.0045. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock.
Footnote or Endnote info:
Decription of item, file number, box number, Sadler Family Papers, 1885-1985, UALR.MS.0045.