SARAH ANN CAUDILL
    It is with sadness of heart I attempt by the request of the children that I write an obituary of Sarah Vanover
Caudill, a dear sister in the Lord. She belonged to the Powell Church and was a true believer in the Old
Regular Baptist faith and order to which she was faithful in defending. She also tended her meetings regular as
long as she was able and after she could no longer attend she often called on the Brethren of her faith to
come to her home to preach and pray with her. She was married to W. H. Vanover and to this union was born
9 children. Two preceded her in death, leaving children, four girls and three boys, to mourn her passing: Earn
Vanover of Eubank, Harry Vanover of Danville and Willard of Eubank, Ky.; girls: Kay Moffard, Franklin, Ohio,
Alleen Plummer, of Cincinnati, Ohio, May Mullins, Petersburg, Fla., Viola Riddle, Memorial Hospital, Cincinnatti,
Ohio. Her first husband preceded her in death Jan. 19, 1937. She later married Leevy Caudill who also
preceded her in death. Sister Sarah Ann was born No. 23, 1884, departed this life June 12, 1957. So I want to
say to the children, if you want to see mother again trust in the Lord that mother trusted, repent you that
haven' of your sins and believe with a whole heart and God will save your poor souls and remember the advice
which mother always gave you, and to the daughter that was hospitalized trying to come to see mother, I pray
God's richest blessings upon you and may some sweet day you can meet that dear mother of yours for I feel
without a doubt her soul's at rest today waiting the redemption of the body when it will raise and go home to
God. The church has lost a dear sister, the children a good mother, but I feel our loss is her eternal gain for to
know her was to love her, so I want to say to her children again: May the Lord's richest blessings ever keep
and save you is the prayer of your unworthy,


                            Elder H. B. Whitaker.