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1893 Osceola Township, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Plat Map
1893 Osceola Township, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Plat Map
Homestead of Alzerah Sackett and family, near unincorporated village of Waucousta. 
 
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1893 Waucousta (unincorporated), Osceola Township, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA
1893 Waucousta (unincorporated), Osceola Township, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA
Cut out of H.F. Sackett property  
 
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19 May 1939; Adrian, Lenawee, MI
19 May 1939; Adrian, Lenawee, MI
Picture supplied by Sue Sackett. 
 
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1916 Passport Application for Frederick Starr (1858-1933), page 1
1916 Passport Application for Frederick Starr (1858-1933), page 1
 
 
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1916 Passport Application for Frederick Starr (1858-1933), page 2
1916 Passport Application for Frederick Starr (1858-1933), page 2
 
 
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1924 Duell Family Passport Photos
1924 Duell Family Passport Photos
1924 passport application photos for the Mabel Deull family. The individuals pictured probably are (left to right): Holland S. Jr., Helen, Charles H., Halliwell L., Harriet Anne (upper female) and Mabel (lower female, their mother).  
 
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1st Lt. Charles T. Sacket Jr. (1918-1943)
1st Lt. Charles T. Sacket Jr. (1918-1943)
Charles T Sacket, Pilot Training Class 42-G, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo Texas - WW II. This photo is from a flight training class yearbook. 
 
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2 Sons of Dr. David Sackett on Rival Sides in Civil War
2 Sons of Dr. David Sackett on Rival Sides in Civil War
Edited OCR:


The story of Dr. David L. Sackett, pioneer Wayne county physician, dealt with in a previous article, told an interesting tale of early life in the settlement which grew into Richmond.


No less colorful are the histories of his descendants. Two of his sons served in the Union army and one with the Confederate forces.


Alexander Sackett, born in 1820, went to Iowa at an early date and engaged in farming. When more than 40 years old, he enlisted in an Iowa regiment, leaving behind his wife and six children. He was captured and after spending several months in Andersonville prison, was exchanged and started home on a furlough. He was a passenger on the ill-fated steamer, Sultana, which was destroyed when its boilers exploded, and he perished along with hundreds of other Union soldiers. His body was never found.


Dr. Sackett's youngest son, Cyrus Oran, enlisted in Company A, 17th regiment. Indiana Volunteers, and served as musician and headquarters clerk. A niece, Mrs. Albert Foster of Richmond, owns a silver fife that was presented to him by his company.


Trained at Centerville


He learned the printer's trade at Centerville, and after the war, "held cases" on The Indianapolis Journal for many years.


James Millikin Sackett, born in 1817, went to Memphis, Tenn., while still a young man. Here he engaged in mercantile business and married a daughter of a prominent family, who inherited several slaves. A few years prior to the Civil war, Mrs. Sackett made an extended visit to her husband's family at Centerville, bringing with her three children and two slave girls to look after them.


There was strong antislavety sentiment in Centerville at this time, and the presence of the two bond-women made something of a sensation, but there was no attempt to liberate them as they apparently were well satisfied with their lot.


Refused To Move


When the war broke out, Dr. Sackett who was a staunch Unionist, tried to persuade his son to bring his family to Centerville and to enlist in the Union army. The latter refused, saying that all his business interests and those of his wife’s family were in the south and that he would cast his lot with the secessionists.


He served with the South until the end of the war. Several of his grandchildren are still living in Memphis.


Samuel Sackett, named for his grandfather, was a storekeeper in Centerville more than a century ago, and for a time was a partner of Meyer Seaton, later postmaster. He moved from Centerville to La Porte and went from there to Iowa.


During the pioneer period in Indiana, the making of hats was one of the leading industries, and every town had one or more shops where hats were made by hand from wool, rabbit, muskrat, beaver, and other furs. Centerville had four of these shops, and in one of them Oliver P. Morton, Indiana's famous war governor, learned the hatter's trade.


The largest of these shops was in a brick building on the south side of Main street, just west of Mayor Gay's tavern. It was kept by Solomon Kuhn and Matthew Jack. Solomon Kuhn married Gulielma, daughter of Dr, Sackett, and another daughter, Elizabeth Ann, became the wife of Matthew Jack. The brick house on Walnut street, home of Mrs. Lizzie Wolfe, was built by Dr. Sackett as a wedding present for Mrs. Jack.


Martha Marilla, another daughter of Dr. Sackett, born in 1825, was married to William Jefferson Medearis, a harness maker, who later lived at Williamsburg and at Richmond. Oscar Medearis was the youngest of five sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Medearis. They were the parents of four daughters. Besides Oscar, there were Fletcher, Charles William, and Oran B. The daughters were Alice, Kathryn (Mrs. Tom Myers), Margaret (wife of Dr. Study), and Carrie (wife of Dr. Blair).


A son of Oscar Medearis is Leo J. Medearis, proprietor of the Medearis paint store in this city: and a daughter is Miss Iva Manila Medearis, who is associated with her brother in the paint store. Leo Medearis has a daughter, Mrs, Paul Ellison, also of Richmond.


Theodore "Pop" Myers, general manager of the Indianapolis speedway, is a grandson of William Jefferson Medearis.


Martha Ellen Sackett


Martha Ellen Sackett, a daughter of Dr. David L. Sackett, was married to Calvin Conner, a carpenter and bridge builder who later moved to Galveston, Ind. He built most of the bridges on the Richmond & Logansport railroad. The late Frank Conner, Richmond attorney, was a son of tins couple, and Mrs. Albert Foster is a daughter. Two other daughters, Mrs. Shaffer, resided at Logansport.


The small hatter shops having been crowded off the map by machine hat factories of the East, Kuhn & Jack closed their shop at Centerville, and the Jacks moved to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn purchased a farm north of the present site of Irvington in the early Sixties, and it was not long after this that Dr. and Mrs. Sackett joined them.


It was here at the ripe age of 85 years that the long, rich, and useful life of Dr. Sackett came to an end. His body lies in a small cemetery near the eastern limits of Indianapolis, that beautiful and rapidly-growing city, which had not been even thought of, when he came to Indiana territory to do his inconsiderable bit in the development of a great commonwealth. 

 
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Aaron Sacket (1772-1848) & Lydia Yeamans Sacket (1779-1822)
Aaron Sacket (1772-1848) & Lydia Yeamans Sacket (1779-1822)
Status: Located; Headstone photo by Fred Sackett; from his Sackett Family Headstones site. Used with his permission. 
 
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Aaron Sackett with some of his family
Aaron Sackett with some of his family
The lady on his right is his wife. Picture downloaded from images of an albumn for sale on E-Bay. 
 
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Abigail Hannum (1640-1690)
Abigail Hannum (1640-1690)
From Find A Grave Memorial# 20030491, uploaded there by James Bianco 
 
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Achor, Lafayette
Achor, Lafayette
Photo Added by: Shirley Vittitoe Find A Grave Memorial# 11550857 
 
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Achor, Lafayette burial card
Achor, Lafayette burial card
Spring Grove Cemetery index card 
 
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Achor, Lydia burial card
Achor, Lydia burial card
Spring Grove Cemetery index 
 
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Achor, Lydia Ewin
Achor, Lydia Ewin
Photo Added by: Shirley Vittitoe Find A Grave Memorial# 11550859 
 
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Achor, Maud wife of John Francis Sackett burial card
Achor, Maud wife of John Francis Sackett burial card
Spring Grove Cemetery index card 
 
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Achor, Maude
Achor, Maude
Photo Added by: Shirley Vittitoe Find A Grave Memorial# 11550861 
 
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Achsah Nichols Amsden (1799-1871)
Achsah Nichols Amsden (1799-1871)
Wife of Benjamin Cummings Amsden. Picture from:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nychauta/Families/Nichols.htm 
 
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Advertisement for Biddie Biddison Orchestra
Advertisement for Biddie Biddison Orchestra
Galesburg Register-Mail (Galesburg, Illinois), 28 Jul 1972, page 6 
 
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Aiken, Evalina
Aiken, Evalina
Burial: Presbyterian Cemetery
Lynchburg, Lynchburg City, Virginia, USA
Created by: Darrell Landrum
Record added: Jul 28, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94322847
 
 
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Akers, Fred Carman (1910-1998)
Akers, Fred Carman (1910-1998)
Son of Joseph M. Akers and Adella Carman. Picture supplied by Vicki Vroegh, Director; Eddyville Public Library, Eddyville, IA 
 
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Akers, Joseph Merle (1884-1975)
Akers, Joseph Merle (1884-1975)
Joseph Akers and his wife, Adella Carman. Picture supplied by Vicki Vroegh, Director; Eddyville Public Library, Eddyville, IA 
 
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Albers, Stella (1909-1995)
Albers, Stella (1909-1995)
Picture uploaded by Big Mike to Find A Grave Memorial# 32105131 
 
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Alfred Sackett and Ivy Booth on wedding day, 1900
Alfred Sackett and Ivy Booth on wedding day, 1900
Picture supplied by Daniel Floyd Sackett. 
 
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Alice Claire Smith Sackett (1882-1975)
Alice Claire Smith Sackett (1882-1975)
From Find A Grave Memorial# 71316417, uploaded there by Janet LaMotte 
 
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Allen, Thelma Lee (1903-1993)
Allen, Thelma Lee (1903-1993)
Picture supplied by Martha Floyd 
 
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Alling, Jehiel Sackett (1822-1905)
Alling, Jehiel Sackett (1822-1905)
Picture posted by Susan on Find A Grave Memorial# 49545223 
 
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Alma Luella Robison (1882-1938)
Alma Luella Robison (1882-1938)
From Find A Grave Memorial# 82401115, uploaded there by Frank Passic, Albion Historian 
 
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Alma Luella Robison and Lenore Rosetta Robison
Alma Luella Robison and Lenore Rosetta Robison
From The illustrious Robinsons, 1976, by Veldron Robison Matheson; Volume 2, Brigadier General Lewis Robison, p. 817 
 
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Alsop, John
Alsop, John
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Alsop#/media/File:John_Alsop.jpg 
 
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Alsop, John
Alsop, John
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Feb 24, 1999
Find A Grave Memorial# 4609
Headstone added by Erik Lander 
 
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Alsop, Mary wife of Rufus King
Alsop, Mary wife of Rufus King
http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2005685468/
 
 
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Alspaugh, Heber Harrold (1894-1967)
Alspaugh, Heber Harrold (1894-1967)
Picture supplied by Deb Curry 
 
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Alva A. and Elizabeth Sackett Coldsnow
Alva A. and Elizabeth Sackett Coldsnow
Picture from "Ancestors and Descendents of Frederick Plummer Sackett" by Andrew P. Sackett; page 135 
 
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Alvena Noble Hedges (1801-1876)
Alvena Noble Hedges (1801-1876)
Photo from Find A Grave Memorial# 102368106, uploaded there by Mariana Giglio 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Ambrose Joel Roach Davis
(1848–1929)
Ambrose Joel Roach Davis (1848–1929)
1.Thurmon King's database, citing Deloris Adkins Schwarz, e-mail address. 
 
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Amelia Josephine Cope (1878-    )
Amelia Josephine Cope (1878- )
Passport picture. Supplied by Kari Roehl. 
 
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Ammi B. Culver (1821-1865) and Delia M. Young (1833-1904) headstone
Ammi B. Culver (1821-1865) and Delia M. Young (1833-1904) headstone
From Find A Grave Memorial# 39920234, uploaded there by Rob Johnson 
 
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Amy E. <i>Posten</i> Miller (1877-1963) headstone
Amy E. Posten Miller (1877-1963) headstone
From Find A Grave Memorial# 126368143, uploaded there by randy 
 
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Amy Halvorson (1924-2015)
Photo from ObitsforLife.com
Amy Halvorson (1924-2015) Photo from ObitsforLife.com
 
 
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Andrew Scoles filing for 1843 marriage of James and Sarah Sackett Major.
Andrew Scoles filing for 1843 marriage of James and Sarah Sackett Major.
13 Dec 1843 filing by Andrew Scoles, Justice of the Peace, attesting to a marriage license issued in Adams County, Indiana on 23 Nob 1843 for James Major and Sarah Sacket (sic), and the marriage of James and Sarah on 8 Nov 1843. 
 
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Andy and Mary E. Dorgan Sackett
Andy and Mary E. Dorgan Sackett
Picture from "Ancestors and Descendants of Frederick Plummer Sackett" by Andrew P. Sackett; page 113; used with permission from the author, Andrew P. Sackett 
 
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Angelina C and James Haley
Angelina C and James Haley
Picture added by Margaret Prince to Find A Grave Memorial# 5697621 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Anna Alice Sackett (1935-1867)
Anna Alice Sackett (1935-1867)
 
 
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Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)
Eleanor Roosevelt was First Lady of the United States from 1933 through 1945. Following the death of her husband, she served as US delegate to the United Nations (1945-1953) and chair of the UN's Human Rights Commission. In 1961, President Kennedy reappointed her as UN delegate and appointed her to the National Advisory Committee of the Peace Corps and Chair of the President's Commission on the Status of Women. 
 
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Anna Josephine Benson (1867-    )
Anna Josephine Benson (1867- )
Passport picture. Supplied by Kari Roehl. 
 

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