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101 "Rose was an American Indian. I don't know what tribe. I was told she took the last name of Gifford." - [Susan Wagner, Letter in Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, New York] ___, Rose (I23546)
 
102 "SACKETT: Samuel Sackett was born September 1, 1797, in Butler County, Ohio. He was married to Miss Sarah Wickard, in 1820. Moved to Sangamon Co., IL. in 1829. Was converted in 1831 and united with the M. E. Church. He lived in Clinten, DeWitt Co., IL. for a number of years. Five years ago Father and Mother Sackett came to Twin Springs, Linn Co., Kansas, to spend their last days with their only daughter, wife of Hen. B. Campbell. The were surrounded with the comforts of life, and with kind hands to minister to their wants. Three years ago Mother Sackett was called away. Father Sackett was left until Feb. 9, 1880. He filled the offices of trustee, Sunday School Superintendent, class leader and steward, and had been a subscriber for the Central Christian Advocate ever since it had been a paper. He was a good man, spurning all comformity to the world, and seeking through earnest prayer and diligent study of God's Word, to become an Israelite indeed, and his efforts were rewarded with a rich and happy experience. His last words were; "Christ is all my hope." A large concourse of friends and relatives followed him to his last resting place. The funeral sermon was preached by the writer, from Matt. 25:21. - James M. Payne"
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In 1850 Samuel is listed on the census of Sangamon Co., IL.
taken November 5; Page 234 A, lines 11-16;
household 1485/1485:
Barzilla Campbell, age 26, male, b. OH., farmer
Rosana Campbell, age 23, female, b. OH.,
Sarah Campbell, age 2, female, b. IL.
Laura Campbell, age 3 1/2, female, b. IL.
Samuel Sackett, age 53, male, b. OH. farmer
Sarah Sackett, age 57, female, b. VA.
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This Article of agreement made and entered into this 29th day of October 1860 between Samuel Sacket of the town of Pana, Christian Co. State of Illinois of the first part and Philip M. Nichols of the same town, county, and state above mentioned of the second part, witnesseth that the said party of the first part doth sell unto the said party of the second part the undivided half of his drug store now in the town of Pana situated in the county and state said afore for the consideration of the sum of 600 dollars to be paid as follows, to wit : 125 dollars in hand, 75 dollars one year from the above date, 200 dollars two years from the above date, 200 three years from the above date, together with ten percent interest from date per anum it being amount above specified the above named Philip M. Nichols does give to the above named Samuel Sacket his promisary notes to the amount of 400 and 75 dollars payable as above stated, furthermore the afore said Samuel Sacket does hold without let or hinderence the aforesaid P.M. Nichols one undivided half of the aforesaid drug store as security until whole of the above named six hundred dollars shall be paid or caused to be paid by the aforesaid P.M. Nichols unto the afore said Samuel Sacket, his heirs or assigns when the above named six hundred dollars shall be paid as above specified then the said above lien shall cease to have any bearing on Philip N. Nichols half of the above named drug store. Purthermore the afore said Philip M. Nichols agrees to pay half of the indebtedness of the afore said drug store as fast as it can be paid out of the procedes of his half of the afore said drug store.

And the afore said Samuel Sacket agrees to pay the other half in the same way and the said parties of both parts agree to devote their whole time to the best conceivable interest of the above named drug store neither of the parties shall sell his interest or let any priveledge or interest in their part or any other part of the afore said drug store to any person or persons without the consent of the other party, neither party shall make any contract for property without the consent of the other party, the above we agree to under penelty of all the damage that may be sustained by the other party by his so doing, we have set our hand and seal this the 29th day of October one thousand eight hundred and sixty in presence of Thomas Harvey.

Samuel Sacket
Philip M. Nichols
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http://dewitt.ilgenweb.net/obits-s.htm#samuel_sackett
February 13, 1880
Clinton Public

DEATH GATHERS THEM IN.

Samuel SACKETT, an old resident of this city, and the father of Messrs. A. M. and Reuben SACKETT, died at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. Baz. CAMPBELL, at Twin Springs, Kansas, on last Tuesday, at the advanced age of nearly eighty-three years. Father Sackett was born near Cincinnati on the first of September, 1797, and about fifty years ago came to Illinois to seek a home in the new West. Thirty years ago he came to Clinton and engaged in the drug business. In his younger days he had given some attention to the study of medicine, and this reading had given him a taste for the drug trade. For a time he was in partnership with Drs. GOODBRAKE and T. K. EDMISTON. Dr. Goodbrake sold to the other partners his interest, and then came the fire on the north side of the square, where now stands the Magill block, and swept away in a short time the savings of years. The drug store was insured, but Edmiston and Sackett never got a dollar as the company was worthless. Father Sackett was in debt and without a dollar, as the fire had consumed everything, when his son Alfred, who was in business at Galena, came to the rescue and paid off his father's debts and helped him to a new start in life. Father Sackett then began business on his own account, and a few years after sold out and retired. Old age began to tell on Father Sackett and his wife, and four years ago or more they went to Kansas to live with their daughter, Mrs. Baz. Campbell, hoping that a change of climate would smooth their declining years. Three years ago, the 14th of last month, Mother Sackett died. Her aged partner tarried but a few years longer when he, too, passed from time into eternity. Father and Mother Sackett were members of the M. E. Church in this city, and in their early days were active workers for their Master. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben SACKETT left for Kansas on Tuesday evening to attend the funeral.
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LaCygne Weekly Journal
LaCygne, Linn County, Kansas
Saturday, February 14, 1880, pg 3, Col. 4:
Scott Township
"Grandpa Sackett, father of Mrs. B. Campbell, died on Tuesday."
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Scott Township
Cadmus Cemetery (Elk Grove) old section, southside; Lot 8 - B. Campbell (owner).
Gravemarker for Samuel and Sarah:
Samuel Sackett; d. Feb. 9, 1880; 82 y 5 m 8 d
Sarah (Wichard) Sackett; d 16 Jan. 1877; 77 y 8 m.
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MORTUARY MATTERS
Samuel Sacket. Special Dispatch to the Globe-Democrat
Clinton, Ill., February 10.- News has just reached here that Samuel Sacket, an aged and prominent citizen of Clinton for many years, died at LaCygne, Kansas, last night, where he had been sojourning on a visit to his daughter. He is the father of Alfred and Reuben Sacket, extensive grocery dealers of this city, and aged about eighty years
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis, MO, Wednesday, February 11, 1880
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Samuel S Sackett
Birth: Sep. 1, 1797; Butler County, Ohio, USA
Death: Feb. 6, 1880; La Cygne, Linn County, Kansas, USA

Clinton Public
DeWitt County, Illinois
Friday, February 13, 1880

DEATH GATHERS THEM IN.

Samuel SACKETT, an old resident of this city, and the father of Messrs. A. M. and Reuben SACKETT, died at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. Baz. CAMPBELL, at Twin Springs, Kansas, on last Tuesday, at the advanced age of nearly eighty-three years. Father Sackett was born near Cincinnati on the first of September, 1797, and about fifty years ago came to Illinois to seek a home in the new West. Thirty years ago he came to Clinton and engaged in the drug business. In his younger days he had given some attention to the study of medicine, and this reading had given him a taste for the drug trade. For a time he was in partnership with Drs. GOODBRAKE and T. K. EDMISTON. Dr. Goodbrake sold to the other partners his interest, and then came the fire on the north side of the square, where now stands the Magill block, and swept away in a short time the savings of years. The drug store was insured, but Edmiston and Sackett never got a dollar as the company was worthless. Father Sackett was in debt and without a dollar, as the fire had consumed everything, when his son Alfred, who was in business at Galena, came to the rescue and paid off his father's debts and helped him to a new start in life. Father Sackett then began business on his own account, and a few years after sold out and retired. Old age began to tell on Father Sackett and his wife, and four years ago or more they went to Kansas to live with their daughter, Mrs. Baz. Campbell, hoping that a change of climate would smooth their declining years. Three years ago, the 14th of last month, Mother Sackett died. Her aged partner tarried but a few years longer when he, too, passed from time into eternity. Father and Mother Sackett were members of the M. E. Church in this city, and in their early days were active workers for their Master. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben SACKETT left for Kansas on Tuesday evening to attend the funeral.

Family links:
Parents:
Aaron Sackett (1760 - 1928)
Dorcas Clark Sackett (1770 - 1857)
Spouse:
Sarah Wickard Sackett (1799 - 1877)
Children:
Alfred Moss Sackett (1822 - 1900)
Reuben R Sackett (1825 - 1904)
Rosanna Sackett Campbell (1827 - 1901)

Burial:
Cadmus Cemetery, Cadmus, Linn County, Kansas, USA

Created by: Alvin Oglesby
Record added: Jan 14, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46677113
1 of 3 Headstone pictures added by: Robert & Dolly 
Sackett, Samuel S. (I4090)
 
103 "Services set Friday for Matthew French"
Kasson -- The funeral for Jatthew J. French will be 1 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Kasson, with the Rev. Stanley Miller officiating. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery in Wasioja.
Mr. French, 84, a resident of Fairview Nursing Home in Dodge Center, formerly of Kasson and a retired IBM employee, died Tuesday (March 7, 1995) at the nursing home.
He was born April 11, 1910, in Burnett County, Wis., grew up there, graduated from high school in Grantsburg, Wis., in 1928 and moved to Dodge County, Minn., in 1930. On Feb. 7, 1933, he married Doris M. Sackett in rural Dodge Center and they lived in Wasioha and operated the Wasioha Stor until 1962. Mr. French was a machinist at IBM from 1958 until his retirement in 1975. He and his wife moved to Kasson in 1982 and he entered the nursing home ion 1992. He was a member of First Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Merton D. of Owatonna andJohn of Raleigh, N.C.; three daughters, Bonnie (Mrs. Arthur) Thoreson of Franklin, N.C., Vivian "Frenchy" (Mrs. Jim) Dennis of Lincoln, Neb., and Marilyn (Mrs. Robert) Mack of Rochester ..." 
French, Matthew John (I18697)
 
104 "Sometimes in doing research, you find some odd stories. This one is about Dr. Callihan. I had always heard that he drank excessively, and that his wife went with him on calls, to assist him. When I moved back to Clark County I was talking with my 2d cousin, Dorothy Jean Sisson _____. She is older than I am and remembers back farther than I do. She confirmed that the doctor was indeed known as a "drinker." She said he had delivered her when she was born. It was not until after she was married, that she had need of her birth certificate, and lo and behold, the doctor had named her Nora Callahan Sisson. Nora was her mother's name, and of course Callihan was his name. So she had to have her name changed legally because of his error. ... But all in all he was a much loved doctor. I checked my birth certificate after she told me that, but he had mine right, thank goodness." - [Mary Jo] Callihan, Dr. Richard G. (I22361)
 
105 "son" bp Nov 1771 HC1, d 1855; res. Mt. Holly, Vt. - [Jacobus, v3p539-541]
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Amasa Dickerman
Birth: Oct. 17, 1771
New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
Death: Jun. 12, 1850
Burial:
Packer Cemetery, Mount Holly, Rutland County, Vermont, USA

Son of Isaac & Sybil (Sperry) Dickerman; he married Hannah Button on 13 May 1795 in Mt. Holly, Vermont. They were the parents of 6 known children: Hannah, Asahel, Ira C., Otis, Alanson, Amasa & Lodusky Dickerman.
Brother of Simeon, Isaac, & Lyman Dickerman.

Family links:
Parents:
Isaac Dickerman (1740 - 1801)
Sybil Sperry Dickerman (1744 - 1822)
Children:
Hannah Dickerman Buckmaster (1797 - 1871)
Otis Dickerman (1803 - 1837)*
Spouse:
Hannah Button Dickerman (1778 - 1854)

Inscription:
AE 78.

Created by: Nareen
Record added: Nov 04, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9750078
Headstone picture added by: Janet Muff
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Dickerman, Amasa (I33778)
 
106 "Story of the Old Homestead at Norfolk" by Laura S. Shepard [Chapman Notes]:

The old homestead was a very comfortable, pretty gothic house near the Racquette River and near the village of Norfolk, St. Lawrence Co., New York. There was a pretty little stone Episcopal Church there and Aunt Charlotte (Charlotte Sara), father's sister, was a very devoted attendant there, doing much to help it along and at one time the clergyman lived with her, a Rev. Mr. Hanson. He used to have many of the clergy visit him, one in particular, who was a missionary in charge of the Indian settlements of TS. Regis, near there. He was a tall, dark, interesting man and my aunt became very fond of him and liked to have him come. She said she never saw any one with such courtly manners, seemingly inborn, for he had been brought up by the Indians and couldn't have acquired them from them. [She goes on to explain that this man was supposedly the lost Dauphin of France - the son of Marie Antoinette; after some "proof" was found of this story, she and many of the others were convinced of this.]

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12, page 95

Mrs. Laura Shepard Chapman. DAR ID Number: 11241; Born in New York. Wife of Henry Augustus Chapman.

Descendant of Maj. Hezekiah Huntington, Capt. Ralph Ripley, Roswell Caulkins, Sergt. Samuel Stannard and Hezekiah Hine, all of Connecticut.

Daughter of Charles Shepard and Laura Swift Ripley, his wife.

Granddaughter of Christopher Ripley and Julia Caulkins, his wife; Bohan Shepard and Charlotte Stannard.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Ripley and Eunice Huntington, his wife; Roswell Caulkins and Eunice Hine, his wife; Samuel Stannard and Jemima Wilcox, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiak Huntington and Submit Murdock, his wife; Hezekiah Hine and Eunice Bristol.
Hezekiah Huntington was major at the siege of Boston. The army was so poorly equipped he started a manufactory for repairing arms, and in this valuable service lost his property, as he was paid in Continental money. He was born at Windham, 1728, where he died, 1807.

Ralph Ripley (1751-1827) served as cornet in the Light Horse and as quartermaster. Also Nos. 1113, 3890, 6457, 7302.

Roswell Caulkins, 1777, enlisted at sixteen and was at Germantown, Fort Mifflin, Valley Forge, Monmouth and Stony Point. He was a pensioner when he died in Delaware county, Ohio. Also No. 4137.

Samuel Stannard served in Capt. Nathaniel Tuttle's company at the siege of Boston. He enlisted for the war, 1777, and was at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He died at Fair Haven, Vt., 1815, aged sixty-six.
Hezekiah Hine, 1777, served as ensign of the Alarm list [p.95] under Capt. Josiah Terrill. He was born at Derby, 1733, and died at Waterbury, 1807. 
Shepard, Laura Susanna (I4803)
 
107 "The Courier and Freeman", Potsdam, NY, May 6, 1925, page 2--
"Mrs. Sarah Sackett Passes Away-
Dies After Long Illness at Home on South Canton Road-
Mrs. Sarah H. Sackett, widow of the late Goerge Herbert Sackett, died at
her home on the South Canton road on Thursday evening, April 30th. Mrs.
Sackett had been in poor health about five years. Funeral services were held on
Sunday afternoon at 2, Rev. H. P. Morrell of Canton officiating and interment
was made in Bayside cemetery here.
Mrs. Sackett was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. Hale and was
born in Pierrepont March 30, 1857. Her marriage to Mr. Sackett occurred there
forty nine years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Sackett located on the farm where her death
occurred at that time and always resided there. Mr. Sackett died four
years ago.
She is survived by two sons, George E. Sackett, residing on the farm,
and Harley A. Sackett of this village; by one sister, Mrs. E. E. Kimball of
Potsdam; and by two brothers, James Hale and Harvey J. Hale both of
Pierrepont."
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Bayside Cemetery, Potsdam, NY
page 78 #1995 Charity Sackett
Born Pierrepont
Resident of Potsdam
died at age 68 years
date of death April 30, 1925
cause cerebral hemorrhage
date interred 1925-5-2
Section C
Lot 28
Lot owner George Sacket & Sons
Undertaker H.N. Clark
"mother of Harley Sackett" 
Hale, Charity Sarah (I15558)
 
108 "The Sacketts of America" by Charles H. Weygant; page 166 has Daniel, maried Abigail Smith, listed as a son of Capt. Benjamin Sackett and Phebe Davis. However, the probate papers for the will of Daniel Sackett of Troy, Rensselaer County, New York and the Diary of George Holcomb of Rensselaer County show that Daniel Sackett of Troy was the son of Benjamin and Phebe.

Daniel Sackett of Troy died at Troy on 15 April, 1845; age 58. Although Daniel's will named only his wife, Sarah as an heir, the "Surrogate did then and there issue a Citation to the widow and heirs at law and next of kin of Daniel Sackett, deceased"(1), as follows:
* Sarah Sackett, Troy
* Ezra D. Sackett, Lebanon, Columbia
* Benjamin Sackett, state of NY
* Calvin P. Sackett, Canaan, Columbia
* Benjamin Sackett, Rushville
* children of John Sackett, deceased
* children of Eliza wife of Uri Hill, deceased whose names and places of residence cannot be ascertained
* Mrs. Sackett widow of Richard Sackett, deceased
* Joseph Lord, Lebanon, Columbia
* Daniel Lord, City and State of New York
* Elvira Wheeler wife of Charles H. Wheeler, Canaan, Columbia
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Re: Summary of the will of Daniel Sackett of Troy
Sunday, March 7, 2010 9:13 PM
From: "Jeanette M Otis"
To: "Thurmon King"

Another curious item in this is from the Diary of George Holcomb:
January 1814
17 - ... tonight Benjamin Sackett came and S. peneed (subpoenaed) me to the court betwixt Zachariah Chapman Plaintiff and his Father defendant to be on Saturday following
January 1821
5 - Monday my shoulder is some lame, I walked up to Capt Benj Sacketts and carried home the newspapers that I borrowed of Benj Sackett Jnr, the fore part of the winter ...
April in 1822
13 Saturday this morning I went up to Capt Benj Sackett and got his grandson Freeman Sackett and he rode horse to plow for me...
April in 1823
7- carried my wife to Soloinon Carpenters to Mr. Benjamin Sacketts Jnr School Exhibition
December in 1824
22 - ... I fetched a bundle to Benjamin Sackett Jnr from his brother Daniel in Troy...
February in 1825
5 - ... I fetched two bags of buckwheat flour for Daniel Sackett to his Brother Benj and he gave me a pitcher .
[The last two entries show that Daniel of Troy was a brother to Benjamin Sackett, Jr. which means that Daniel Sackett who married Abigail Smith, and lived in Ashtabula Twp., Jefferson Co., OH for the 1850 census, was not the son of Capt. Benjamin and Phebe Davis Sackett. At this time (March, 2010) we have no clue who the parents of this Daniel Sackett were. - Thurmon King]
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Birth: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115
page 304
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http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~paerie/bates/batesconcord.htm
Erie County, Pennsylvania
History of Erie County, Pennsylvania 1884
by Samuel P. Bates,
[Submitted by Gaylene Kerr Banister]
Concord Township and Borough of Elgin
Schools and Churches
The public schools of Concord are as follows, all the buildings being plain wooden structures: Fay, on Ox-bow Hill; Hemlock, near E. J. Ormsby's; McCray, near Lovell's Station; Stewart (1st), near E. A. Hammond's; Hays, near F. S. Heath's; Stewart (2d), near A. H. Bower's; Pine Wood, near E. Hatch's; Lewis, near Samuel Lewis; Moffat, near W. Young's; Chaffee, near Corry; Lindsley, near C. Pier's, and Cook, near the south line. The township is also interested with Sparta Township, Crawford County, in the Harbor School. «b»Daniel Sackett, then of this township, was one of its first pedagogues. He taught, about 1823, in a log schoolhouse, the first in the township, which stood on the site of the present Cook School building«/b». ...
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Sacket, Daniel
Year: 1830; State: PA; County: Erie; Township: Concord
Roll: M19_147; Page: 298; Image: 591
Census: 100 000 100 000 0 - 111 010 000 000 0
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Sacket, Daniel
Year: 1840; State: NY; County: Chautauqua; Township: Chautauqua
Roll: M704_272; Page: 189
Census: 111 000 010 000 0 - 000 100 100 000 0
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Year: 1850; State: OH; County: Ashtabula; Township: Jefferson
Roll: M432_659, Page: 387
154/160
Sacket, Daniel, 65, m, laborer, NY [W #1704]
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[Sacket], Abigail, 56, f, ---, NY
Sacket, James, 21, m, ---, PA
Sacket, William, 14, m, ---, PA
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1860 > MICHIGAN > ST CLAIR > ST CLAIR
Series: M653 Roll: 559 Page: 650

Name: Daniel Sackitt
Residence: St Clair, Michigan
Minor civil division: The Township Of St Clair
Age: 72 years
Estimated birth year: 1788
Birthplace: New York
Gender: Male
Page: 244
Family number: 1799
Film number: 803559
Digital GS number: 4232712
Image number: 00656
NARA publication number: M653
Collection: United States Census, 1860
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http://www.sackettfamily.info/bibledanielsackett1788.htm
Daniel Sackett Family Bible:
Daniel Sackett; Died Nov. 16th, 1862
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Daniel Sackett
Birth: unknown
Death: Nov. 11, 1862

Burial:
Mallory Cemetery, Kimball, St. Clair County, Michigan, USA

Created by: Tami Lindsay
Record added: Dec 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45660823
Headstone picture added by: Tami Lindsay 
Sackett, Daniel (I8402)
 
109 "The Shepard Families of New England," Vol III, compiled by Gerald F. Shepard; edited by Donald Lines Jacobus (1973), page 96.
JOHN SHEPARD (son of WILLIAM) was born Abt. 1673 in New England, and died August 10, 1756 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married (1) ELIZABETH WOODRUFF December 21, 1703 in Westfield, Hampden, MA, daughter of MATTHEW WOODRUFF and MARY PLUMB. She was born 1679 in Milford or Farmington, Hartford, Conn, and died October 14, 1731 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married (2) ABIGAIL SACKETT May 24, 1733, daughter of JOHN SACKETT and ABIGAIL HANNUM. She was born 1683 in Westfield, Hampden, MA, and died Abt. July 1743 in Westfield, Hampden, MA.

Notes for JOHN SHEPARD:
He has several pieces of land laid out to him in Westfield, including
(in 1710) 10 acres to satisfy a grant made to his grandfather Hart. [Westfield
Proprietor's Records]. He purchased land there from John Fowler of
Westfield, July 29, 1696 [Hampden County Land] He and Elizabeth
became members of the church in Westfield, May 27, 1705, being then baptized;
and he was elected Deacon, December 1730.
[REF: Public records; account written by Enoch Shepard]
Marriage Notes for JOHN SHEPARD and ELIZABETH WOODRUFF:
Married by Reverend John Hooker.
Notes for ABIGAIL SACKETT:
She was the widow of David King. John's grandson, Enoch stated
in 1812 that "my grandmother, Ezekiel, and David and Mary all died of Lung
Fever in less than a month's time."

Children of JOHN SHEPARD and ELIZABETH WOODRUFF are:

i. JONATHAN3 SHEPARD, b. September 27, 1704, Westfield, MA; d. October 06, 1756, Blandford, MA; m. RACHEL LANGTON, July 02, 1730, Northhampton, MA; b. November 14, 1706, Northampton, Mass.

Notes for JONATHAN SHEPARD:
He was admitted to full communion at the First Congregational Church of Westfield, April 20, 1734.
His will, dated October 27, 1756, named his wife Rachel; eldest daughter Rachel (under 18), second
daughter Mary Shepard, third daughter Eleanor Shepard, fourth daughter Sarah Shepard, and three sons,
Jonathan, Solomon,
and Amos Shepard; wife, son Jonathan, and brother John named executors [Hampden County Probate].

Notes for RACHEL LANGTON:
LDS file had 1709 as birth date.

ii. DEA. JOHN SHEPARD, b. November 18, 1706, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; d. August 08, 1783, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; m. ELIZABETH NOBLE, May 20, 1731, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; b. January 03, 1705/06, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; d. November 12, 1793, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.

iii. EZEKIEL SHEPARD, b. November 23, 1709, Westfield, MA; d. August 02, 1743, Westfield, MA; m. THANKFUL WOODRUFF; b. April 14, 1722, Farmington, CT.
Notes for EZEKIEL SHEPARD:
He was named after a brother who was born in 1708 and died in 1709.
He was admitted as a member of the First Congregational Church at Westfield,
Aug 31, 1735 and Thankful on Dec 5, 1742.
Notes for THANKFUL WOODRUFF:
T. Shepard has her last name as Woodrose "whose name is sometimes given
as Woodruff." They had one son. Her date of death is unknown.
She married second at Litchfield, August 17, 1747, Alexander Thomson
of Scotland.
Upon her petition dated March 14, 1745, was granted power in the estate
of Ezekiel on April 8, 1746 [Hampshire County Probate].

iv. ELIZABETH SHEPARD, b. February 14, 1711/12, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; d. Aft. 1751, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; m. ISAAC SACKETT, December 18, 1735, Westfield, MA; b. February 14, 1702/03, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA; d. October 29, 1773, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.
Notes for ELIZABETH SHEPARD:
Vol III has 1712 as birth year.
Notes for ISAAC SACKETT:
LDS had 1702/03 for birth year.
He served as a private in Captain Ezra Clap's company during the French and Indian War.

v. SARAH SHEPARD, b. April 21, 1715, Westfield, MA; d. March 07, 1748/49, Westfield, MA; m. AARON KING, May 09, 1743, Westfield, MA; b. August 28, 1714, Westfield, MA; d. October 26, 1801, Westfield, MA.

vi. DAVID SHEPARD, b. January 22, 1716/17, Westfield, Hampden, MA; d. July 03, 1743, Westfield, Hampden, MA.

vii. MARY SHEPARD, b. June 15, 1725, Westfield, Hampden, MA; d. July 08, 1743, Westfield, Hampden, MA. 
Shepard, John (I5425)
 
110 "The wife of John Hardy Sr., Mary Green Parsons, was born January 22, 1787 at Kittery Point, to Richard Parsons Sr. and Dorothy Lamphor, the sixth of nine children."

"After Hardy's death, it appears his widow reverted to her maiden name, and was referred to as Widow Parsons.
1830 Census of Kittery, York, Maine, p. 3
(Widow) Sally Parsons: 2 males 5-10; 1 female 5-10; 1 female 15-20; 1 female 30-40
(Widow) Mary Parsons: 1 male 20-30 [John Jr.?]; 1 female 15-20 [Mary Hardy?]; 1 female 50-60 [Mary Parsons Hardy?]" -
[Source: Connell O'Donovan; «i»"Boston Mormons"«/i»; p. 130-131] 
Parsons, Mary Green (I65396)
 
111 "The Yuma Daily Sun", Yuma, Arizona:
"YUMA DEPUTY SLAYS TWO HUNTERS IN SHOOTING ROW (Yuma, Ariz.)

Two Yuma dove hunters were shot to death Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Dale Wantland who was called to investigate reports they were shooting too close to a ranch house.

Dead are John Elbert Sackett, 49, and his son, Bobby Jean, 29.

A Coroner's jury called on the spot ruled Youma County Deputy Wantland shot the two men in self defense.

Wantland was called to the Fairview ranch, 25 miles east of Yuma, by ranch coowner S. J. Irvine. He said the two men were shooting within 20 yards of a ranch house, endangering a child and livestock.

The deputy said that when he asked the men to move they started to argue and the younger one started to raise his .20 gauge shotgun. Wantland said that as he took hold of the son's gun, the elder Sackett leveled his .12 gauge shotgun at his back.

Wantland dres his .38 caliber revolver, turned and fired, dropping the father. Then, the deputy said, he shot the younger amn when he raise his shotgun again.

Six shots were fired by the deputy. Neither of the Sacketts fired but both guns were loaded and one was cocked.

Both Irvine and ranch forman Juan Orozco witnessed the shooting and testified it was self defense."

"The Yuma Daily Sun", Yuma, Arizona:
"SHOTGUN IN BACK: QUICK DRAW DEPUTY SLAYS TWO HUNTERS (Yuma, Ariz.)

Sheriff's Deputy Dale Wantland answered what he thought to be a routine call Saturday involving two dove hunters shooting on private property.

Moments later the hunters were dead.

Wantland, father of five and veteran of 12 years with the sheriff's department, arrived at the S. A. Irvine ranch and found the two men shooting doves in the trees near the ranch house.

Wantland politely asked the hunters, John Elbert Sackett, 49, and his son Bobbi J. Sackett, 29, to move off the property.

The deputy said the men became argumentative and asked, "What authority do you have to tell us to move off?"

Wantland said he pointed to his badge and again asked them to leave.

He said the elder Sackett them moved around behind him and pressed his shotgun into the deputy's back. The younger man pointed his shotgun at him from the front.

Wantland said one of them then shouted, "Get him."

The deputy said he pushed the younger man's gun barrel asid and whirled on the elder Sackett, drawing his gun and firing. As the older man dropped he turned and opened fire on the son.

Both men were killed.

A coroner's jury assembled later at the scene of the killing ruled Wantland had fired in self defense.

Sheriff Lee Echols said: "I was an unfortuante thing but we feel the deputy was completeldy justified."

Echols said both victims had been drinking.

Both of the victims' shotguns were loaded and the father's was cocked."
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Find A Grave Memorial
John Elbert Sackett
Birth: Mar. 25, 1913; Winthrop, Little River County, Arkansas, USA
Death: Sep. 1, 1962; Wellton, Yuma County, Arizona, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Jonathan Andrew Sackett (1871 - 1945)
William Ophelia Smith Sackett (1873 - 1948)
Children:
Robert Eugene Sackett (1932 - 1962)
Siblings:
Willie Mae Sackett Daniels (1902 - 1994)
Eva Ophelia Sackett Hughes (1904 - 2006)
Mary Ione Sackett Franklin (1907 - 2004)
Opal Cleo Sackett Newman (1909 - 1973)
Grace Sackett King LaCruze (1910 - 1996)
John Elbert Sackett (1913 - 1962)

Burial:
Desert Lawn Memorial Park, Yuma. Yuma County, Arizona, USA

Created by: Grave Recorder
Record added: Apr 30, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89387404
Headstone picture added by: Tim Hultine 
Sackett, John Elbert (I4437)
 
112 "United States Census, 1860", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCQP-NCX : 12 April 2016), Charles Sackett in entry for Sally Sackett, 1860. Sackett, Charles (I20722)
 
113 "Walk Through Forest" book lists Smith and Gammon as Painters & Decorators in 1897 Smith, Thomas West (I87322)
 
114 "Watertown Daily Times", Watertown, NY, Friday, Feb. 1, 1963, page 16--
"Woman Fatally Burned By Gas Stove Explosion-
Mrs. Delhia Sackett, 70, Potsdam, Route 1, Dies in Ambulance On Way to
Syracuse.
Canton, Feb. 1.- Mrs. Delhia Sackett, 70, Potsdam, Route 1, died at 8:30 last
night in an ambulance en route to Syracuse General hospital about five hours
after tshe was critically burned in a gas stove explosion in her home.
Mrs. Sackett suffered first degree burns over 100 per cent of her body.
Her clothese were apparently ignited when the bottled gas stove in her home
exploded at 3:15 p.m. She was found lying on the floor in her home by her son
Herbert, 42, who returned to the farm home after working in the nearby fields.
She was brought to the Edward John Noble hospital. Physicians
recommended she
be transferred to a Syracuse hospital. She died in the O'Leary
ambulance, Canton, on the trip.
The Sackett home is on the Eben-Crary Mills Road three miles south of
Route 11.
State Police B.C.I. Agent Hugh A. McElhearn investigated.
The funeral will be Sunday afternoon at 2 at the O'Leary funeral home,
Potsdam, with Rev. Jack M. Wells, Presbyterian minister, officiating.
Burial will be in Bayside cemetery, Potsdam, in the spring.
Friends may call at the funeral home tonight and Saturday afternoon and
evening at their convenience.
Mrs. Sackett is survived by two sons, Herbert and Elmer, both of Potsdam.
She was born in the town of Potsdam on Oct. 23, 1892, daughter of the late
Edwin and Elva Gibbson Clark. Mrs. Sackett attended Potsdam schools and
was graduated from Potsdam Normal school.
In 1917, she was married to George E. Sackett in the town of Potsdam.
The couple lived most of their lives in the town of Potsdam where Mr. Sackett
was a farmer. He died in 1943."
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Bayside Cemetery, Potsdam, NY
Page 127, #3233
Delta E. Sackett
born in New York State
Resident of Canton, NY
died at age 70 years
date of death 1963 Jan 31
cause of death third degree burns
interred on 1963 April 22
buried in Section C, lot 28
in Lot book 14
$75.00 grave fee
undertaker George A. Garner 
Clark, Delia Elizabeth (I15579)
 
115 "West Concord -- the funeral for Dorothy Quimby will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Grace Lutheran Church in Dodge Center with the Rev. Robert Trinklein officiationg. Burial will be in Concord Cemetery.
Mrs. Quimby, 76, of West Concord, a lifelong area resident died Tuesday night at St. Marys Hospital in Rochester.
Born Dorothy Bennerotte o Sept 11, 1912, on the family farm in Concord township, Dodge County, she married Orville Quimby on Aug 28, 1937, in West Concord. they farmed in the area. She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in West Concord and its ladies aid and was a quiltmaker for Lutheran services. ..." [passed away Aug. 8, 1989] 
Bennerotte, Dorothy (I18896)
 
116 "Wid." d. Sep 1806 NHC1 - [Jacobus, p1136] Gordon, Hannah (I34008)
 
117 "wife of John" d 24 Oct 1792 ae. 66 NHC1. - [Jacobus, v1p29] Beecher, Elizabeth (I33340)
 
118 "[Sackett], Abigail, [d. Samuel & Abigail], b. Sept. 4, 1782. North Haven Vital Records, 2:23." Sackett, Abigail (I29144)
 
119 # Moved ABT 1827 to Madison County, New York
# Moved ABT to 1837 Knox County, Ohio
# Census: 1850 Age 29. occupation Sawyer
# Census: 1850 Liberty Township, Knox County, Ohio
# Moved 1852 to Whiteside, Illinois near Rock Falls
# Moved 1855 to Otter Creek, Tama County, Iowa
# Census: 1860 Age 38, farmer
# Census: 1860 Otter Creek, Tama Co., Iowa - Page 29/835
# Census: 1870 Age 50, farmer
# Census: 1870 Also Listed, Oliver Lytell, 20, Laborer
# Census: 1870 Otter Creek, Tama Co., Iowa - Page 6
# 1880 Census; Otter Creek, Tama, Iowa
FHLFilm: 1254365; NA Film No.: T9-0365
Page No.: 527B
Nelson H. BIDWELL, Self, M, Male, W, 58, CT, Farmer, CT, CT
Abigal BIDWELL, Wife, M, Female, W, 47, OH, Keeping House, OH, OH
William E. BIDWELL, Son, S, Male, W, 19, IA, Laborer, CT, OH
Henry W. BIDWELL, Son, S, Male, W, 16, IA, Laborer, CT, OH
Alice B. BIDWELL, Dau, , Female, W, 14, IA, At School, CT, OH
Anna May BIDWELL, Dau, S, Female, W, 11, IA, At School, CT, OH
Frank B. BIDWELL, Son, S, Male, W, 8, IA, At School, CT, OH
Nelson J. BIDWELL, Son, S, Male, W, 4, IA, , CT, OH
Coroline FIELDING, Mother, W, Female, W, 80, CT, , CT, OH
# Census: 1900 Age 79, farmer, married 49 years
# Census: 1900 Otter Creek, Tama Co., Iowa - Page 118A-2
[Source: Gretchen Flynn] 
Bidwell, Nelson Hinckley (I28529)
 
120 # 3258 Monument National Cemetery, Chalmette La.
Sackett Reuben T. Pvt., Company L., 2nd La. Scouts Died August 13,1864: U.S. Forces

The above information From Roll of Honor Vol. XX-XXI, page 384

R T Sackett is buried in section 67 grave number 5387, the section and grave are on the right hand side of the Cemetery while looking towards the River. The section is next to the brick wall on the Battlefield side,approximately 3/4th of the length form the entrance.While the headstone shows it's age it is still in acceptable condition. The inscription simply states, " R.T. SACKETT LA"

The Park Service graves roster, lists date of death as Aug 13, 1864. PVT. CO.L Regt: LA1, State La

Branch: Inf.
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http://beta.familysearch.org/
1850 Census; Walker County, Texas
Film Number: 444919
Digital GS Number: 4206183
Image Number: 00153
Line Number: 35
101/101
Reuben Sackette, 26, M, Farmer, Lou.
Alodas Sackette, 28, F, ---, Lou.
Martha Sackett, 2, F, ---, Texas
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From Ancestry Images Online:
Year: 1860; State: LA; County: Winn Parish; Township: Montgomery P.O.
Page: 915
503/470
Sackett, Reuben T. «tab»39 m«tab»farmer«tab»LA
[Sackett], Rody «tab»27?41?«tab» «tab»LA
Sackett, Martha A. «tab»12 f«tab» «tab»TX
Sackett, Mary «tab»8 f«tab» «tab»LA
Sackett, Elizabeth «tab»5 f«tab» «tab»LA
Sackett, Julia A. «tab»2 f«tab» «tab»LA
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From Butch Lawson:
Reuben Sackett's family is listed in The
1860 Census for WINN parish; 1860 Census Winn Parish
Montgomery Post Office
Pg.915 Sackett, Reuben 39? M b. ca1821
Rody 41? F . ca1819
Martha S. (A) 10? F b. ca1850
Mary 8 F b. ca1852
Elizabeth 6? F b. ca1854
Julia Ann 2 F b. ca 1858
[This very poor quality film, almost impossible to read with any degree of accuracy.]
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More About REUBEN T. SACKETT: Cause of Death: Chronic Diaherra
Medical Information: Death Certificate, US Army, Marine Hospital New Orleans La. Aug., 1864

The source for the names and birth dates, death dates is the Minor Pension file of Reuben T. Sackett
Min C. 260,503 National Archives.
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Find A Grave Memorial
Reuben T Sackett
Birth: Jul. 19, 1822; Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA
Death: Aug. 13, 1864; New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Reuben T. Sackett (1778 - 1823)
Martha Ann Nugent Sackett
Spouse:
Aloidy Lemoine Sackett (1819 - 1873)
Children:
Martha Ann Sackett Chelette (1848 - 1912)
Mary E. Sackett Lasyone (1852 - 1935)
Elizabeth Emeline Sackett Faircloth (1855 - 1889)
Julia Ann Sacket Custis (1858 - 1907)
Louisiana V Sackett Thompson (1861 - ____)

Burial:
Chalmette National Cemetery, Chalmette, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, USA
Plot: section 67 grave number 5387

Created by: Alvin Oglesby
Record added: Jan 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47233156
Headstone picture added by: Alvin Oglesby
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Find A Grave Memorial
R T Sackett
Birth: unknown
Death: Aug. 13, 1864

Note: Pvt, Co.L 1 LA Inf.

Burial:
Chalmette National Cemetery, Chalmette, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, USA
Plot: Section 67, Grave 5387

Created by: LuannG
Record added: Dec 15, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 32210269 
Sackett, Reuben T. (I3809)
 
121 # Birth: 1838 in Ohio
# Death: 23 OCT 1863 in New Orleans, Louisana
# Death: in Disease while serving - Civil War
# Census: 1850 Age 12, born Ohio
# Census: 1860 Age 21, listed as J. Fielding, with mother
# Event: Military BET 1862 AND 1863 Co. F, 28th Infantry Reg., Iowa
# Event: Military 13 AUG 1862 Enlistment Date 
Fielding, John W. (I28554)
 
122 #1603 in Boltwood's, Noble Genealogy, pg. 260

"He was brought up by Perez Smith of Hadley, Mass., who was married to Lovisa Noble, a cousin of his father [Luther Noble]. He removed soon after marriage, from Westfield, Mass. to Cape Vincent, NY., and d. perhaps in Detroit, Mich, while on his way alone, to visit his son in Eagle River, Mich. He was by trade a shoemaker.
He m. Jan. 7, 1819, Frances Sacket, b. in Westfield, June 27, 1798, dau. of Menardus Sacket. She d. of consumption in Newark, 0., Sept. 7, 1858, ??. 60.

CHILDREN.
8045. Louła, b. Oct. 17, 1819; m. Horace A. Fancher.
2046. Walter, b. Oct. 29, 1823; m. (1) ; (2) Mrs. M. E. Root.
2047. Laura Ann, b. Oct. 29, 1825; m. Gilbert Cross.
2048. Wüliam Ruitell, b. Aug. 20, 1884; m. Anna M. Van Gueelin. 
Noble, Walter (I1577)
 
123 #202 in Dewey book. Dewey, Ann (I2058)
 
124 #465 in Ensign genealogy. Ensign, Caroline (I21390)
 
125 #5222 in Boltwood's; Noble Genealogy, p. 587
"...is supposed to have d. in Peoria, Ill., abt 1836, ae 85." 
Noble, Zerviah (I1535)
 
126 (2) Julia Root, born Dec 13, 1791, died young.
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham:
"The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his descendants "
Chicago: Monastery Hill Press, 1942, 658 pgs. 
Root, Julia (I31316)
 
127 (3) and (4) Twin sons, born 1794, died young.
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham:
"The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his descendants "
Chicago: Monastery Hill Press, 1942, 658 pgs. 
Root, Twin one (I31317)
 
128 (3) and (4) Twin sons, born 1794, died young.
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham:
"The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his descendants "
Chicago: Monastery Hill Press, 1942, 658 pgs. 
Root, Twin two (I31318)
 
129 (4) Lt. Thomas Wolcott, b. 1702 Windsor CT, d. Taghanic NY. He settled at Tolland CT about 1722, fencing and improving part of the 400 acres his father had bought in 1719; in 1729 he sold land left him by his grandfather Allyn, and in 1739 he sold his land at Tolland and moved to Dutchess Co. New York, leased land from Cadwallader Colden in "The Oblong"; in 1749 he engaged in legal dispute over ownership of this land with John Sackett ; m. (1) Catherine Loomis 1725 Tolland Twp. CT, m. (2) Susannah Porter c. 1739 CT, m. (3) Fannie Ducolon c. 1742 Taghanic NY.

(5) Thomas Wolcott Jr., b. 1726 Tolland CT, d.c. 1792 Amenia NY. In 1759 and 1760, Thomas Wolcott was elected "pender" of Crum Elbow Precinct, which included Northeast and Amenia townships. In 1760 he purchased property on Wetbutuck Creek in Amenia Township, including a sawmill and dam, and privilege of a grist mill, in 1762 he was appointed Overseer of Highways at the first town meeting of Amenia; his widow and son, Luke, sold the land at Amenia with dwelling and blacksmith shop in 1774; the blacksmith shop was still standing in 1996. Thomas m. Catherine Sackett, sometimes said to be daughter of Richard Sackett. This is in error as she was b. 1702, 24 years before Thomas, and her youngest child would have been born at age 60. Richard Sackett's will dated 1744 and proved 1746 leaves a bequest to his daughter, Catherine, "during her widowhood". In a court case regarding her father's will she is called Catherine Margeson, which was apparently her married name. Thomas' wife was probably Catherine, b. c.1720, daughter of Catherine's brother, John Sackett. [John B. Wolcott http://www.wolcottfamily.com/index.html]

NOTE: From the material presented by John Wolcott it appears that the Thomas Wolcott that Weygant gives as the husband of Catherine actually married Catherine Loomis. That along with the mention of her as Catherine Margeson in her father's will and the court case [mentioned by John Wolcott] seems to indicate an error by Weygant. 
Sackett, Catherine (I8649)
 
130 (5) Franklin Root, born Mar 14, 1795, married Sarena E Bartlett
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham:
"The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his descendants "
Chicago: Monastery Hill Press, 1942, 658 pgs.
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James Pierce Root; "Root Genealogical Records; 1600-1870; Comprising the General History of the Root and Roots Families in America" New York; R. C.Root, Anthony & Co.,; 1870; Pages 393, 454:

4063. Franklin Root, son of Samuel (3276), grandson of Oliver (2942), b. March 14, 1795; m. (1) May 1, 1817, Eveline Donnels. She d. He m. (2) April 6, 1834, Sarena Eunice Barlett. She d. He m. (3) Oct. 22, 1845, Melinda Barlett.

Children: (By first marriage.)
5130. I. Jane Charlotte, b. Feb. 13, 1818, f.
5131. II. George Gordon Byron, b. Feb. 12, 1827; d. Jan. 8, 1851, ae. 23.
(By second marriage.)
5132. III. Frances Eveline, b. Jan. 3, 1839. 
Root, Franklin (I31319)
 
131 (6) Oliver Sackett Root, born July 1, 1799, married May 8, 1830, Maria L. Allen
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham 
Family F11096
 
132 (6) Oliver Sackett Root, born July 1, 1799, married May 8, 1830, Maria L. Allen
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham:
"The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his descendants "
Chicago: Monastery Hill Press, 1942, 658 pgs.
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James Pierce Root; "Root Genealogical Records; 1600-1870; Comprising the General History of the Root and Roots Families in America" New York; R. C. Root, Anthony & Co.; 1870; Pages 393, 454-5:

4064. Dr. Oliver Sackett Root, son of Samuel (3276), grandson of Oliver (2942), b. July 1, 1799, At Pittsfield, Mass.; m. (1) Love Allen, who d.; m. (2) Harriet, dau. of Hon. Phineas Allen, senior editor of the Pittsfield «i»Sun«/i». She was b. 1800 and d. Oct. 19, 1858, ae. 58. He m. (3) Marie Magdelina Jury, Sept. 4, 1867. He is a practicing pysician in Pittsfield.

Children:
5133. I. Charles Dillingham, b. Nov. 25, 1835; d. Nov. 25, 1841.
5134. II. Love Maria, b. Oct. 21, 1837; m. May 15, 1867, Dr. Alonzo B. Palmer
(By third marriage.)
5134 1/2. III. Charles Whitall, b. July 2, 1868
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1850 Censu; Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
(Stamped 242); 19 September 1850
924/1024
Oliver S. Root, 51, M, Physician, Mass.
Harriet A. Root, 51, F, ---, Mass
Love M. Root, 12, F, ---, Mass
James R. Saltrop, 6, M, ---, Mass
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1860 Census; Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
Page No. 118; 18 July 1860; Post Office: Pittsfield
878/925
Oliver S. Root, 60, M, Physician, $8,000, $3,000, Mass
Love M. Root, 22, F, ---, Mass
Caroline Dwill, 26, F, Domestic, Mass
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1870 Census; Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
Page No. 79 [stamped 541]; 27 June, 1870; Post Office: Pittsfield, Mass
550/708
Root, Oliver S., 70, M, W, Physician, Surgeon, 15,000, 5,000, Massachusetts
Root, Marie M., 34, F, W, Keeping house, Prussia
Root, Charles W., 2, M, W, At home, Massachusetts
Root, Alice W., 5/12, R, W, At home, Massachusetts
Flannery, Ellen, 22, F, W, Domestic Servant, Maine 
Root, Dr. Oliver Sackett (I31321)
 
133 (Aug 26) Hannah L Dtr of Edmund Sackit 3 years occasioned By A Fall East Street Cemetery Burial Register Sackett, Hannah Lorinda (I1204)
 
134 (Birth Source: 1880 Census, Scotch Grove, Jones Co., IA pg. 2.),
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Lucy (Knickerbocker) Sackett
Birth: unknown; Vermont, USA
Death: Oct. 19, 1848; Sandstone, Jackson County, Michigan, USA
Burial:
Upton Cemetery (defunct), Sandstone, Jackson County, Michigan, USA

Wife of Amos Sackett.

Maintained by: Joan Wright Romero
Originally Created by: Mary Lou Sackett
Record added: Aug 06, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5670377 
Knickerbocker, Lucinda (I15665)
 
135 (Both 2nd marr=Div 1930) Family F12497
 
136 (cousins) Family F12490
 
137 (from "River Reflections - A Short History of Morristown, NY;" written by Lorraine B. Bogardus; edited by Mark Dupre (Danbe Press, Worcester, MA); 1988):

Henry A. Chapman, the grandson of Augustus and son of George, was born in 1850. He was one of Morristown's most popular citizens. For several years he was a village trustee and was a generous contributor to churches, schools, and civic organizations. He operated a paper mill and later became one the founders of the First National Bank of Ogdensburg.

Henry lived in a frame house on the corner of Main and Mercer Streets (now the business office of George Silver, attorney-at-law). It is a local version of the Greek Revival with subsequent Victorian modifications. The Henry Chapmans brought a rare touch of the aristocracy to Morristown. Henry had beautiful horses and carriages and William White, village lamplighter and a recent emigre from Dublin, Ireland, in his employ as coachman. It was quite a sight to see Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and their coachman attired in his high silk hat and special uniform as they drove to Ogdensburg (a four-hour trip) to visit the Fords, Ogdens, and Shepherds.

In 1894, the Henry Chapman family moved to the Jacob Ford stone colonial Georgian mansion on Barnard's (later named Chapman's Point) across the bay from the part of the village. Henry's three sons - Hooker, Charles Shepherd, and George Augustus - grew up in this two-and-a-half storied colonial style country manor surrounded by an eight-acre picturesque park with spacious lawns sloping to the river. The barns and large carriage shed were located adjacent to the house. 
Chapman, Henry Augustus (I4804)
 
138 (Her 1st of 2) Family F12481
 
139 (Her 1st of 3) Family F12475
 
140 (Her 2nd of 2) Family F12506
 
141 (Her 2nd of 3=No issue) Family F12507
 
142 (His 1st of 2) Family F12499
 
143 (His 2nd of 3 Div 14 Feb 1948 Contra Costa Co, CA)
Her 2nd of 3=No issue) 
Family F12504
 
144 (I) Pamelia Root (also called Aprme and Oparna), born June 4, 1789 and died Dec 28 1821. She married Sylvanus Rathborn.
(THE ROOT GENEALOGY, J.P. ROOT AND V.R. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS)
Quoted in book of Carpenter, Helen Graham:
"The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his descendants "
Chicago: Monastery Hill Press, 1942, 658 pgs. 
Root, Pamelia (I31314)
 
145 (III) Samuel (3), son of Samuel (2) Gowdy, was born in Enfield, June 10, 1760, died April 19, 1840. He was a soldier in the revoltuion in 1780 from Connecticut, and was one of the guards of Major Andre at the time of his execution. He married at Enfield, Jan. 29, 1784, Alice Gleason. The town records (p. 1193) give an account of his wages as a soldier in the revolution. He moved about 1803 to Lewis county, N.Y., and settled there in the town of Martinsburg, then a wilderness. He built his log house and cleared a farm. He owned two hundred and fifty acres of land, and in course of time his was recognized as the finest farm in that section. Gowdy, Samuel (I28246)
 
146 (IV) Norman, youngest of seven children of Samuel (3) Gowdy, was born at Enfield, Conn., June 1801. He attended the district schools and the Academy of Martisnburg. He worked with his father on the homestead in his youth and continued with him afterward, succeeding eventually to the place. He was acknowledged to be one of the most progressive and successful farmers in the county. He was possessed of more than ordinary ability, and many of his younger and less successful neighbors came to him for advice. He came to have a large and useful influence in the town. He was of dignified bearing, but kindly manners, and won the respect and esteem of all who knew him. He was one of the founders of the Lewis County Agricultural Association and took a keen interest in its welfare. He did not lack an interest in politics and public affairs, but declined to accept public office of any kind. During the Civil War he retired from the active management of his farm and made his home in the village of Lowville, devoting his time to the management of his real estate and other investments. In politics he was originally an old line Whig, but after the Republican party was formed he supported its candidates and principles and wielded a large influence in its councils. He was a prominent member of the Prebyterian church. He gave freely of his wealth and contributed to a variety of charitable organizations. He was for many years one of the leading men of the county. He died Sept. 1, 1876. He married, in 1831, Julia (Sackett) Buell, daughter of Roland and Olive Buell. Her family came to Lewis county when she was but three years old. She died in 1890. Gowdy, Norman (I28245)
 
147 (Jacobus: "1723/4") Family F7997
 
148 (Medical): Grant, John (I2313)
 
149 (Medical):1880 Census; Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri
FHL Film: 1254716; NA Film No.: T9-0716; Page No.: 274B
Q. A. BALCH, Self, M, Male, W, 55, NY, Farmer, VT, VT
Sarah BALCH, Wife, M, Female, W, 49, OH, Keeps House, PA, MD
Alice BALCH, Dau, S, Female, W, 16, MO, , NY, OH
Katie BALCH, Dau, S, Female, W, 11, MO, , NY, OH
Ida Belle BALCH, Dau, S, Female, W, 10, MO, , NY, OH 
Balch, John Quincy Adams (I4826)
 
150 (Medical):1880 Census; Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri
FHL Film: 1254716; NA Film No.: T9-0716; Page No.: 274B
Q. A. BALCH, Self, M, Male, W, 55, NY, Farmer, VT, VT
Sarah BALCH, Wife, M, Female, W, 49, OH, Keeps House, PA, MD 
Burton, Sarah (I5083)
 

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