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Sarah Slaughter Candler (1836 - 1916)

Sarah Slaughter Candler
Born in Auraria, Lumpkin County, Georgiamap
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[children unknown]
Died in Gainesville, Hall, georgiamap
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Sarah was born in 1836. She is the daughter of Daniel Candler and Nancy Matthews. [1]

Sarah G Candler died May 24th 1916 in Gainsville Georgia and is beside her twin sister in Atla Vista Cemetery. They [Sarah and Margaret] are twin daughters of Daniel G and Nancy C Candler, a double monument marks their grave.

Source Citation "CANDLER BIBLE" ( : accessed 12 April 2012) These records came from Georgia. Submitted to the Society through DAR by Mrs. Paul Stinson, Jonesboro, Louisiana. Bar notes: "Copied by (Capt. Judge) Daniel Gill Candler from his family Bible on February 10, 1877 and bound in book form. Donated by his granddaughter, Mrs. Will A. Branan (Carolina Grantland Candler Branan), New Orleans, La."


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  1. Entered by James Hodges, Apr 12, 2012

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