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Sarah Chandler (Arledge)

Birthdate:
Death: 1810 (40-41)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Arledge and Anna / Ann Nancy Arledge
Wife of Joel Chandler, of Edgefield County, SC
Mother of David Baker Chandler; William Chandler and John Chandler
Sister of Patience Arledge; Isaac Duke Arledge; Nancy Arledge; John "Jack" Arledge, Sr; Elizabeth "Betsy" Arledge and 2 others

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About Sarah Chandler

From Pam Wilson, Arledge researcher:

I've long suspected that a daughter of John and Anna Arledge of Edgefield Co, SC {John Arledge} was associated with Joel Chandler based upon the following documents, transcribed. However, I've never come across the name Sarah until finding her name on the Chandler family tree.

14 June 1792. Edgefield Co, SC Deed Book 7, P. 80-85, Lease/Release. Indenture between John and Ann ARLEDGE of Turkey Creek in Edgefield County, Ninety Six District, to David Baker Chandler, minor son of Joel Chandler, planter of the Creek County and state aforesaid: 519 acres on Turkey Creek, for 10 shillings Sterling, 364 acres of which are part of tract granted to Richard Johnston in 1786 and conveyed to Arledge on 6-7 August 1788 (Book B, p. 25 or 35); another 155 acre grant to John Arledge 3 October 1791 by Gov. Charles Pinckney of SC recorded in Secy's Office in grant book No. 5 p. 557. Signed John Arledge, Ann Arledge (their I marks), witnessed by Joel Chandler, Jas. Scott and Patience Arledge (her p mark). There seem to be terms of a lease to Chandler for one peppercorn rent. Sworn and recorded 20 Jun 1792, dower relinquished Nov term 1792.

The Question of Patience Arledge. Was there also a daughter [of John and Anna Arledge] named Patience, who served as a witness (as Patience ARLEDGE) in a 1786 Edgefield Co, SC deed and was named as Patience IVEY in Matthias Fellows' 1789 will?

NOTE: If Sarah Arledge, the wife of Joel Chandler and mother of Daniel B., was the daughter of John and Anna Arledge, then this is a conveyance of a good-sized parcel of land to a grandchild for a very low price. The selling price--10 shillings for 519 acres--seems extraordinarily low, really a token. (In another deed a few years earlier, in 1788, there is a sale of 60 acres for 100 pounds sterling, in contrast, to establish a relative sense of real estate values).

Series: S213190

Volume: 0029

Page: 00056

Item: 002

Date: 10/22/1793

Description: CHANDLER, JOEL, PLAT FOR 92 ACRES ON TURKEY CREEK, EDGEFIELD COUNTY, NINETY SIX DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY SHADRACK STOKES.

Names indexed: ARLEDGE, JOHN; CHANDLER, JOEL; MIGANIS, THOMAS; SIRNKIN, ARTHUR; STOKES, SHADRACK

Locations: EDGEFIELD COUNTY; HAW BRANCH; NINETY SIX DISTRICT; TURKEY CREEK

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Sarah Chandler's Timeline

1769
1769
1786
1786
Edgefield County, South Carolina, United States
1788
1788
Charlotte County, Virginia, United States
1790
1790
Edgefield County, South Carolina, United States
1810
1810
Age 41