|January 23, 1930
AGED CITIZEN PASSES AWAY
JAMES W. T. SADDLER, AGE 85, DIED AT NIPPA, KY., JANUARY 13; GOOD CITIZEN
James W. T. Saddler, 85, a highly respected citizen of Johnson County died at the home of his son Thomas Saddler, at Nippa from infirmities incident to advanced age on Monday January 13, following an illness of some time.
Mr. Saddler had spent a long and useful life in Johnson County where he had always been known as a good citizen and had the respect of a large number of people. Mr. Saddler was a veteran of the Civil War having cast his lot with the Southern Confederacy and fought with the 15th Virginia Cavalry.
Funeral Services were conducted at the home of Thomas Saddler by Rev. H.B. Conley and Rev. Millard VanHoose of Paintsville and burial followed near the Saddler home.
Mr. Saddler was united in marriage to Miss Serena Patrick on September 30, 1869. Mrs. Saddler preceded her husband in death on November 2, 1921.
To this union were born the following children who survive:
Mrs. Lindsey McKenzie, Thealka, Ky.; Mrs. Jake Castle, Nippa, Ky., Mrs. Cleve Castle, Thealka, John Saddler Lowmansville, Ky., Millard Saddler, Nippa, Thomas Saddler, Nippa.