L. M. Sanford
From: Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 6th ed., 1887
Henry County, KY
L. M. SANFORD, president of the New Castle National Bank, was born in Henry County, Ky., September 15, 1824, a son of Charles and Martha (Major) Sanford. Charles was born in Virginia in 1791, a son of Daniel Sanford,who was also a native of Virginia; immigrated to Kentucky in 1798 andsettled in Bourbon County. He was a son of Richard Sanford. Mrs. MarthaSanford was born in Woodford County, a daughter of John Major. Oursubject was married December 21, 1869, to Miss Fannie M. SMith, of St.Louis, Mo., and daughter of A. O. and Harriet (Hunter) Smith. To this union were born nine children, eight of whom are living: Charles, Abraham,Major, Hallie, Hunter, Jamie, Fannie and Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford aremembers of the Christian Church, as is also their son Charles. Mr.Sanford has been director in the National Bank at New Castle for fourteenyears and is now president. He is also an enterprising farmer, is pleasantly located on 525 acres near New Castle, and is deeply interestedin all that pertains to agriculture. He is one of the wealthiest menin Henry County.
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