Sale Family Cemetery
SALE FAMILY GRAVEYARD
Located on Jimmy Doyle Cox Road on Old Kyle Monroe Farm , owned presently by Mr. Gabbart.
The Samuel Sale Family moved to Mercer County (Now Anderson)in 1800 and the buring ground is on the farm that he settled ,And part of "The Old Home Place" is owned by DR. Dana Dahlen on Bond's Mill Rd.
The 16 graves are aligned in 3 rows facing East -West ,and enclosed by a waist high stone fence.
Cecil Sale July 18 1886 - Aug.2 1891 son of J.W. & Emma Sale
William C. Baker Feb. 13 1873 - June 15 1904 son of Will & Nannie Sale Baker
Unknown ( a concrete footer , but stone is missing)
Maggie Baker July 19 1878 - May 17 1880 Dau of Will & Nanie Sale Baker
Ira Littleton Sale Jan.7 1882-2yrs 9mths & 10 days son of W.H. & Mary Sale
John D. Sale Oct. 10 1836-Sept.27 1862 son of William D. & Catherine Sale
John was CSA soldier KIA at Battle of Augusta KY. Sept.27 1862 A 4ft tall headstone is placed here , but unsure if his body was returned from battlefield. (No Military Marker)
William D. Sale April 25 1805 - Jan. 8 1860 son of Samuel & Elizabeth Sale
Catherine Cardwell Sale Mar.26 1810 - Nov. 14 1878 Wife of William D. Sale
Mary D. Sherwood Dec. 24 1829 - April 24 1907 Dau. of William D. & Catherine Sale , Wife of John Sherwood
(Mary's husband John is buried in Sherwood Family graveyard also in Anderson County)
2 of the Fieldstone Markers are certainly Samuel & Elizabeth Sale
Another is Clayton Sale son of Samuel & Elizabeth
Clayton was War of 1812 veteran serving at least 2 enlistments as a pvt. in Capt. Peter Jordan's Company , and also as pvt. in Capt. Robert McAfee's Company of Col. Johnson's Regiment of Kentucky Mounted Volunteers where he took part in Battle of Thames Oct. 5 1813
William D. & Catherine Cardwell Sale are my ancesters and also the great grandparents of Forrest "Aggie" Sale a standout athlete at Kavanaugh School in Lawrenceburg , and a college Basketball All American at University of Kentucky
Contacts are welcome
Luther Allen Davenport