Monday, March 28, 2011

Judge Ebenezer B. Sadler

Ebenezer B. Sadler
was the Mayor of Sandusky in 1844-1845. In 1847 he was appointed presiding judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the 13th Judicial Circuit, then including the counties of Erie, Huron, Sandusky, Ottawa, Lucas, Wood and Henry. He served as judge for five years. In 1852 he was the Whig candidate for Congress. In the years 1866-1867 he was State Senator from this district. E.B. Sadler was the Sandusky Postmaster from 1869 to 1871. After the Civil War, E. B. Sadler was involved in several area railroads. Ebenezer B. Sadler passed away on March 25, 1888. It was said that E. B. Sadler “was the friend of every good work.” Mr. Sadler’s His obituary appeared in the Sandusky Register on March 27, 1888

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