Sadler family page
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Origins of surname
This is a name of Anglo-Saxon origin, and was given to someone who sold saddles and harnesses for horses
This surname first appeared in Jersey church records in 1814 when John Sadler, described as an 'out pensioner', married Marguerite Collas in St Helier. An out-pensioner was a Chelsea Pensioner, or Army pensioner, not living at the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Great War service
- Alfred Richard Sadler (1878- ) (St Mt) son of Joseph William and Elizabeth, Engineer RNR
- Frederick Henry Sadler (1859- ) (Gr) son of Joseph and Caroline, Mercantile Marine
- Jack Sadler (1894- ) (St H) son of Frederick Henry and Caroline Cardy, Mercantile Marine
- Laban Charles Sadler (1895- ) (Gr) son of Joseph and Elizabeth, Corporal, King's Royal Rifle Corps
- Lewis Sadler (1879- ) (St Mt) son of Joseph and Elizabeth, Second Hand, RNR