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201 - [Weygant, p. 61] Sackett, Amos (I5853)
 
202 - [Weygant, p. 61] Sackett, Lavisiona (I5855)
 
203 - [Weygant, p. 61] Sackett, Sarah (I5858)
 
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1870 Census; Jefferson Township, Maries County, Missouri
Page No. 26; 16 July, 1870; Post Office: Lanes Prairie
191/191
Givens, Samuel, 36, M, W, Carpenter, Virg.
[with his mother in his step father's household]
Givens, Sacket Thomas, 10, M, W, At Home, Ills.[Sackett]
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1900 Census; 15th Ward, City of St Louis, St Louis County, Missouri
ED No. 236; Sheet No. 2A; 2 June, 1900
2033 Morgan St.
25/39
Sackett, Thos. E., Head, W, M, Dec 1859, 40, M, 18, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, Furniture Salesman
Sackett, Katie R., Wife, W, F, May 1860, 40, M, 18, 9-5, Illinois, France, France, House Work
Sackett, Hattie, Daughter, W, F, Sept. 1882, 17, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, ---
Sackett, Katie, Daughter, W, F, July 1885, 14, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, ---
Sackett, Thomas E., Son, W, M, Sept 1890, 9, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, ---
Sackett, Irene, Daughter, W, F, Apl 1894, 6, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, ---
Sackett, Geo. Dewey, Son, M, W, July 1898, 1, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, --- 
Sackett, Thomas E. (I11876)
 
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1880 Census; 3rd Ward, Decatur, Macon, Illinois
Family History Library Film: 1254229
NA Film Number: T9-0229
Page Number: 370D
Bryant VALE, Son, S, Male, W, 6M, IL, At Home, IL, IL
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1900 Census; Decatur, Decatur Township, Macon County, Illinois
SD No. 11; Ed No. 50; Sheet No. 8B; 7 June, 1900
338 W. Decatur
154/177
Vail, Bryant E., Son, W, M, Dec. 1879, 20, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, Student at Law 
Vail, Bryant E. (I65040)
 
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1880 Census; 3rd Ward, Decatur, Macon, Illinois
Family History Library Film: 1254229
NA Film Number: T9-0229
Page Number: 370D
Carrie VALE, Wife, M, Female, W, 21, IL, Keeps House, NY, OH
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1900 Census; Decatur, Decatur Township, Macon County, Illinois
SD No. 11; Ed No. 50; Sheet No. 8B; 7 June, 1900
338 W. Decatur
154/177
Vail, Carrie M., Wife, W, F, June 1858, 41, M, 24, 5-5, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, --- 
Putman, Carrie M. (I65032)
 
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1880 census; Stanford, Dutchess, New York
FHL Film 1254825 National Archives Film T9-0825 Page 371A
Polly SACKETT Self F W W 70 NY Keeping House NY NY
Edward B. SACKETT Son M S W 37 NY Farmer NY NY 
Sackett, Edward B. (I8992)
 
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1900 Census; 8th Election District, Ward 10, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
SD No. 116; ED No. 119; Sheet No. 15B; 13 June, 1900
621 Hudson Ave
318/330
Jennett, William S., Head, W, M, Jan. 1872, 28, M, 6, Michigan, Canada-English, Canada-English, Brass Finisher [son of James R.]
Jennett, Grace V., Wife, W, F, June 1876, M, 6, 2-2, Canada-English, Michigan, Cnada English, (Imm. 1889), ---
Jennett, Frederick J., Son, W, M, June 1894, 5, S, Michigan, Michigan, Canada-English, ---
Jennett, Bessie, Daughter, W, F, May 1896, 4, S, Michigan, Michigan, Canada-English, ---

1191 Wabash Ave.
320/332
Jennett, James R., Head, W, M, Sept. 1850, 49, M, 31, Canada-English, Ireland, Ireland, (Imm. 1870), Book-Keeper
Jennett, Annie E., Wife, W, F, Mar. 1852, 48, M, 31, 8-7, Canada-English, Canada-English, Canada-English, (Imm. 1870), ---
Jennett, Carrie M., Daughter, W, F, July 1878, 21, S, Canada-English, Canada-English, Canada-English, (Imm. 1886), ---
Jennett, Ernest R., Son, W, M, Nov. 1880, 19, S, Canada-English, Canada-English, Canada-English, (Imm. 1886), Stenographer
Jennett, Arthur J., Son, W, M, Jan. 1885, 15, S, Canada-English, Canada-English, Canada-English, (Imm. 1886), Works & attends night school
Jennett, Eva A., Daughter, W, F, June 1889, Michigan, Canada-English, Canada-English, ---
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**FROM "A GOODLY HERITAGE" :
For some years, James lived on a farm at Ivy. Eventually he found employment as "...a clerk in Lock's Dry Goods Store in Barrie". Source: The Cronicle and North Simcoe Advocate, July 20, 1899.

I remember James as once being a turnkey in Barrie Jail, an office which inspired me with some awe, amounting to almost reverence. Later with his family of four children, Alex, Bill, Carrie and Lottie, he moved to Detroit where his family was augmented by three other children: Arthur, Eva, Ernest. There is still a large connection in or near Detroit.

FROM '1901-1902 Detroit City Directory', page 843:
Jennett, see also Genet.
Alexander C, carp, h 628 Hudson av.
Ernest R, stenogr G H Gates & Co, bds 1181 Wabash av.
James A, mach, h 242 3d.
James R, h 1191 Wabash av.
Wm S, finisher, h 626 Hudson av.

FROM 'Detroit Free Press':
JENNETT-September 9, 1909, at his residence, 1191 Wabash avenue, James R., beloved husband of Anna E. Jennett. Deceased was a member of Union Lodge No. 3, F. A. M., and Diamond Lodge No. 489, I. O. O. F. Funeral Saturday from residence. Notice of time later. 
Jennett, James Reid (I32728)
 
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1900 Census; Alden Township, McHenry County, Illinois
SD No. 5; ED No. 145; Sheet No. 4B; 7 June, 1900
76/76
Sackett, Frorence M., Wife, W, F, June 1855, 44, M, 23, 2-1, Illinois, New York, New York, --- 
___, Florence M. (I18224)
 
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1900 Census; Magnolia Township, Rock County, Minnesota
SD No. 2; ED No. 255; Sheet No. 1A; 1 June, 1900
3/3
Sheeran, Michael J., Head, W, M, Jan. 1876, 24, S, Minnesota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Hardware Merch.
Sheeran, William H., Partner, W, M, Sept. 1878, 21, S, Minnesota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Hardware Merch.
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State of Utah; Certificate of Death; State File No. 1690; Registrar's No. 1830
Place of Death: S. L. General Hospital, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Couanty
Length of Stay in Institution: 2 1/2 weeks; In this community: 2 Yrs.
Usual Residence: 705 South Eleventh East St., Salt Lake City, S. L. County, Utah
Full Name: Michael James Sheeran.
Male; White; Married; SS#519-05-0618; Usual Occupation: Auditor - Rail Road Co.
Name of wife: Ida Henrietta Mueller Sheeran; Age 55 yrs.
Birth date of deceased: January 9, 1876; Age: 65 yrs. 10 mos. 2 days
Birthplace: Faribault, Minnesota.
Date of Death: November 11, 1941
Immediate cause of death: Pulmonary Embolism
Due to: Fracture of Left Shoulder
Due to: Chronic Heart Disease
Removal: 11/12/1941
Burialplace: Pocatello, Idaho.
Father: Michael James Sheeran, Sr.; Birthplace: Faribault, Minnesota
Mother: Maria Burke; Birthplace: Faribault, Minnesota 
Sheeran, Michael James (I64919)
 
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1900 Census; Ward 4, Independence City, Blue Township, Jackson County, Missouri
SD No. 5; ED No. 8; Sheet No. 13A; 11 June, 1900
249/363
Sackett, Mary M., Wife, W, F, Feb. 1851, 49, M, 38, 11-4, Pennsylvania, Ireland, Ireland, --- 
Barkley, Mary Martha (I20052)
 
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Find A Grave Memorial
John Evans "Jack" Kimber, Jr
Birth: Aug. 5, 1925; Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California, USA
Death: Jan. 18, 2013; Pittsburg, Contra Costa County, California, USA

John Evans Kimber, Jr., Ph.D. ("Jack"), of Pittsburg and Fremont, CA, died peacefully in his sleep January 18, 2013. He was 87. Born in Santa Barbara and raised in Fremont, Jack attended Niles Grammar School and Washington High School. Joining the U.S. Navy at age 17 to serve in the Pacific during World War II, he later earned a B.S. and Ph.D. from MIT.

He was the son of prominent poultry breeder John Kimber and (Mary) Alice Barnes Kimber. Dr. Kimber was on the faculties of Univ. of Nebraska, Utah State Univ., and other colleges as a math and computer programming professor. Since the Vietnam War era, he was a peace activist and champion for such causes as homelessness. He had a wide-ranging intellect that led him to study many disciplines; he enjoyed art and music as well as hiking, biking and swimming.

Dr. Kimber first married Marion Esther Burnham, who died in 1978; they had four children. In 1991 Dr. Kimber married Galina Lebedeva, a native of Russia. He is survived by Galina, his children Betty Goebel, Anne, Susan and Don Kimber, four grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his only brother, Art Kimber (Joan), well known in the Fremont business and cultural community.

A memorial service will be held at Art's home in Fremont on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2:00 pm. Visit kimbermemorial.com for details.

Family links:
Parents:
John E Kimber (1895 - 1970)
Alice Barnes Kimber (1895 - 1990)
Spouse:
Marion Esther Burnham Kimber (1922 - 1978)

Burial:
Body donated to medical science
Specifically: UC San Francisco

Created by: Anne Kimber
Record added: Mar 25, 2013
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Kimber, John Evans "Jack" Jr. (I37828)
 
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Find A Grave Memorial
Ida C Matthews
Birth: 1880
Death: 1943

Burial:
Pinecrest Cemetery, Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA

Created by: Dan & Karen Read
Record added: Nov 21, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 120637762
Headstone picture added by: Dan & Karen Read 
Swanson, Ida C. (I37778)
 
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Hattie Ellen (Sackett) Lemm
Birth: Jul. 23, 1899
Death: Dec. 15, 1920

Burial Permit Information:
Date of Death: December 15, 1921 in La Grange, Stanislaus County, California
Aged: 32 yrs
Stanislaus County Burial Permits, Book 7, Page 66

Inscription:
Hattie Ellen
Sackett Lemm
July 23, 1899
Dec. 15, 1920

Burial:
La Grange Cemetery, La Grange, Stanislaus County, California, USA

Created by: Susan Cherry Manchester
Record added: Oct 03, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15977372
Headstone picture added by: Susan Cherry Manchester 
Sackett, Hattie Ellen (I64347)
 
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HeritageQuest
1860 > TENNESSEE > SHELBY > MEMPHIS P O
Series: M653 Roll: 1273 Page: 381 
Montgomery, William Houston (I3913)
 
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1BM-FZF
United States Social Security Death Index
Given Name: Clayton
Surname: Ford
Birth Date: 13 June 1909
Social Security Number: 544-20-0821
State: Oregon
Last Place of Residence: Douglas, Oregon
Previous Residence Postal Code: 97470
Event Date: January 1974
Age: 65
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Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998
Name: Archer Cla Ford
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 05 Jan 1974
Event Place: Douglas, Oregon
Birth Date: Jun 1909
Spouse's Name: Helen Ford
Certificate Number: 74-00261
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Archer Clayton Ford
Birth: Jun. 13, 1909
Death: Jan. 5, 1974

Burial:
Roseburg Memorial Gardens, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, USA

Created by: R. Marion
Record added: Apr 29, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 109721137
Headstone picture added by: R. Marion 
Ford, Archer Clayton (I37812)
 
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1940 Census; Fullerton, Fullerton Judicial Township, Orange, California
SD No. 19; ED No. 30-26; Sheet No. 8A; April 11, 1940
834 Woods; Household 164
Starbuck, Raymond J Starbuck, Head, M, W, 44, M, California, same house in 1935, Inspector, County agriculture
Starbuck, Gladys E., Wife, F, W, 40, M, California, same house in 1935, ---
Starbuck, Raymond B., Son, M, W, 18, S, California, same house in 1935, ---
Starbuck, Richard P., Son, M, W, 16, S, California, same house in 1935, ---
Starbuck, Jean M., Daughter, F, W, 14, S, California, same house in 1935, ---
Matthews, Francis I., Father-in-law, W, M, 83, -, Minnesota, 1935 in Sacramento, California, ---
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California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Raymond J Starbuck
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 05 Jun 1952
Event Place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Date: 12 Sep 1895
Birthplace: California
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Starbuck
Mother's Name: Jessup«tab» 
Starbuck, Raymond J. (I37782)
 
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1940 Census; Los Gatos, Redwood Judicial Township, Santa Clara, California
Residence in 1935: Same House
Enumeration District Number: 43-45
Family Number: 427
Sheet Number and Letter: 61A
Line Number: 29
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 336
Digital Folder Number: 005456417
Image Number: 00615
Wife, Ethel Sackett, F, 46, Vermont
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California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Ethel B Sackett
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 18 Mar 1963
Event Place: Santa Clara, California, United States
Birth Date: 08 Aug 1893
Birthplace: Vermont
Gender: Female
Father's Name: «tab»
Mother's Name: Boyd
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Ethel B Sackett
Birth: 1893
Death: 1963; California, USA

Family links:
Spouse:
Jesse J Sackett (1891 - 1966)

Burial:
Los Gatos Memorial Park, San Jose, Santa Clara County, California, USA

Created by: Bobbi Janes
Record added: Mar 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 87019894
Headstone picture added by: Bobbi Janes 
Bussand, Ethel L. (I35035)
 
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/ML51-613
1910 Census; McMillan, Luce, Michigan
Series: T624 Roll: 658 Page: 93
SD No. 12; ED No. 157; Sheet No. 12A; 15 April, 1910
229/249
Sherman, Augustus, Head, M, W, 36, M1, 12, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Eng, Druggest, Drug Store
Sherman, Margaret, Wife, F, W, 32, M1, 12, 2-2, Can, Can, Can, None
Sherman, Helen, Daughter, F, W, 11, S, Michigan, Michigan, Can, None
Sherman, Lloyd, Son, M, W, 9, S, Michigan, Michigan, Can, None
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1930 Census; McMillan, Luce, Michigan
SD No. 2; ED No. 48-3; Sheet NO. 8B; April 7, 1930
152/174
Sherman, Helen M., Daughter, F, W, 7, Michigan, Michigan, Michigan, None
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1940 Census; Newberry, McMillan Township, Luce, Michigan
SD No. 18; ED No. 48-3A; Sheet No. 12B; April 22, 1940
Same Place in 1935
Family 234
Sherman, Helen Mar, Daughter, F, W, 17, S, Michigan, --- 
Sherman, Helen Mar (I36429)
 
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Marriage Notes for IDA CAMPBELL and JARED PARKER:
The minister's name was Joshua Cooke. They got married on a Thursday. This may have been at the Marion Street Methodist Church which was built in 1869 and is located at 717 West 5th Street in Boone, Iowa.
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1880 Census; 2nd Ward, Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa
FHL Film: 1254355; NA Film No.: T9-0355
Page No.: 151C
Ida PARKER, Wife, M, Female, W, 19, IA, Keeps House, NJ, NJ
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From Vicki Parker:
Ida's nickname was Maymo. She married a Mc Keehan at some point in Washington State. He was not living in her household in 1910. She is listed as the head of the household in Tacoma. Her mother and two of her sons (George H. who worked for the railroad and James C. Parker, a draftsman for the City of Tacoma) were residing with her. Her son Merwin was living with his father in Whatcom County.

She married for a third time between the 1910 census and the 1920 census. Her husband Edwin Jacobs was alive at the time of the 1920 census. Her husband was a cashier at a bank. Her mother, son George and granddaughter Ida resided with them. Ida was born in Oregon about 1913. Only George and Ida resided with her at the time of the1930 census.

Maymo is listed as a Christian Science practitioner in an office presumably the Christian Scientists in 1920 and 30. 
Campbell, Ida May "Maymo" (I26685)
 
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Name: Earl L Sackett
Residence: Lakeland, Barron, Wisconsin
Age: 8y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1897
Birthplace: Nebraska
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Place of Birth: Parent 1: New York
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Indiana
Family Number: 107
Page Number: 333
Line Number: 5
Film Number: 1020439
Digital Folder Number: 4236845
Image Number: 00578
Collection: Wisconsin State Census, 1905
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SACKETT, EARL L.

Citation:

The Navy Cross is presented to Earl L. Sackett, Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism and distinguished service in the line of his profession as Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. CANOPUS (AS-9), in action at Cavite Naval Yard in the Philippine Islands, and subsequently in the defense of Manila Bay, during the period 7 December 1942 through 9 April 1942.

Commander Sackett participated in operations of strategic importance involving hazardous missions, while exposed to frequent horizontal and dive bombing attacks by Japanese air forces. Commander Sackett's inspiring leadership and the valiant devotion to duty of his command contributed in large measure to the outstanding success of these vital missions and reflect great credit upon the United States Naval Service.

Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin No. 306 (September 1942)
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Supplied by Ted Smith:

From Arlington National Cemetery: «u»«/u»
Earl Leroy Sackett
Rear Admiral, United States Navy

Rear Admiral Earl LeRoy Sackett was born in Bancroft, Nebraska, March 29, 1897 and grew up in Nampa, Idaho, where he graduated from high school with the Class of 1915. During high school he served in the Idaho National Guard.

Entering the Navy after high school, he served one year (1915-1916) during World War I as a Navy enlisted man attaining the rate of Electrician's Mate Third Class. After open competitive examination and appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, he completed a three-year wartime program in 1919 but still graduated with his class of 1920. He received a Masters of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California in 1934.

Commissioned Ensign in 1919, he served on the battleship Florida, and three destroyers, McCalla, Herbert and Isherwood, before attending Submarine School at New London. After Submarine School he served on submarines USS R-13, USS R-19, then commanded the USS R-2. From 1927-1929 he was an instructor of electrical engineering at the Naval Academy. He then served on the submarine tender USS Beaver, AS-5, and commanded the USS S-37 in the Philippines. From 1934-1937 he served as Assistant Engineer Officer aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga and was posted at the Portsmouth Navy Yard as Machinery Chief from June 1937 to December 1939. While at Portsmouth, Sackett was an assistant to Admiral Cole during the salvage of the submarine disaster Squalus in 1939. In February 1940 he assumed command of the USS Canopus, AS-9, in the Asiatic Fleet in Manila Bay.

Admiral Sackett advanced through the ranks to Rear Admiral. As a Navy Commander, he was captain of the U.S.S. CANOPUS, AS-9, from 1940 until it was scuttled in April 1942. CANOPUS was stationed in Manila Bay at the outbreak of World War II and under command of Cdr. Earl LeRoy Sackett, saw action for four months during the Battle of Manila Bay at the Bataan Peninsula. The ship was scuttled at the hands of her own crew in Mariveles Bay at the tip of Bataan when Bataan fell to the Japanese on April 9, 1942.

Sackett and his crew were taken out to the island of Corregidor where the crew was used as beach defenders with the Fourth Marine Division in foxholes and caves along the shoreline and in the ravines of the island. Many of his crew were captured by the Japanese when Corregidor fell on May 6, 1942, and spent the next 40 months of WW-II in Japanese prisoner of war camps across the Asia Pacific. Comander Sackett was evacuated from the Philippines on May 4, 1942, just two days before the surrender of Corregidor. His evacuation was on the last submarine out, the U.S.S. SPEARFISH, SS-190.

By July 1942, Earl Sackett was back in the USA, and was recognized as a war hero with an award of the Navy Cross for heroism, for what the Canopus and her crew, under his command during the First Battle of Manila Bay, was able to accomplish. The Canopus had been attacked eight times while in the bay but was only hit twice by the Japanese and Commander Sackett decided to set her up to look like a derelict by providing the ship with a decided list, tangled cargo beams and fake fires caused by burning oily rags in smudge pots. The Japanese, duly fooled, left her alone after that and the Canopus became the general utility repair ship for both the Army and the Navy, providing crucial service.

After returning to the U.S. from the Philippines, Earl Sackett served his country and the war effort by commanding the Submarine Repair Facility in San Diego from July 1942 to January 1944 and then as a member of the analytical staff of Fleet Admiral Chester A. Nimitz in Hawaii from December 1944 to January 1946. He retired from active duty on January 1, 1947.

Admiral Sackett died on October 7, 1970 and was buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.

Medals: Navy Cross, Army Bronze Star, Army Distinguished Unit Service Badge, Navy Commendation Medal, WW-I Victory Medal, WW-II Victory Medal, American Theater, American Defense, Asiatic & Pacific.

Died on October 7, 1970 and was buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery.
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California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Earl L Sackett
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 07 Oct 1970
Event Place: San Diego, California, United States
Birth Date: 29 Mar 1897
Birthplace: Nebraska
Gender: Male
Father's Name: «tab»
Mother's Name:
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Earl Le Roy Sackett
Birth: Feb. 5, 1893; Bancroft, Cuming County, Nebraska, USA
Death: Oct. 7, 1970

Father: Samuel L. Sackett, b. Abt 1861, Seneca County, New York
Mother: Minnie E. Armstrong, b. 2 Oct 1867, Indiana

Rear Admiral Earl LeRoy Sackett was born in Bancroft, Nebraska, March 29, 1897 and grew up in Nampa, Idaho, where he graduated from high school with the Class of 1915. During high school he served in the Idaho National Guard.

Entering the Navy after high school, he served one year (1915-1916) during World War I as a Navy enlisted man attaining the rate of Electrician's Mate Third Class. After open competitive examination and appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, he completed a three-year wartime program in 1919 but still graduated with his class of 1920. He received a Masters of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California in 1934.

Commissioned Ensign in 1919, he served on the battleship Florida, and three destroyers, McCalla, Herbert and Isherwood, before attending Submarine School at New London. After Submarine School he served on submarines USS R-13, USS R-19, then commanded the USS R-2. From 1927-1929 he was an instructor of electrical engineering at the Naval Academy. He then served on the submarine tender USS Beaver, AS-5, and commanded the USS S-37 in the Philippines. From 1934-1937 he served as Assistant Engineer Officer aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga and was posted at the Portsmouth Navy Yard as Machinery Chief from June 1937 to December 1939. While at Portsmouth, Sackett was an assistant to Admiral Cole during the salvage of the submarine disaster Squalus in 1939. In February 1940 he assumed command of the USS Canopus, AS-9, in the Asiatic Fleet in Manila Bay.

Admiral Sackett advanced through the ranks to Rear Admiral. As a Navy Commander, he was captain of the U.S.S. CANOPUS, AS-9, from 1940 until it was scuttled in April 1942. CANOPUS was stationed in Manila Bay at the outbreak of World War II and under command of Cdr. Earl LeRoy Sackett, saw action for four months during the Battle of Manila Bay at the Bataan Peninsula. The ship was scuttled at the hands of her own crew in Mariveles Bay at the tip of Bataan when Bataan fell to the Japanese on April 9, 1942.

Sackett and his crew were taken out to the island of Corregidor where the crew was used as beach defenders with the Fourth Marine Division in foxholes and caves along the shoreline and in the ravines of the island. Many of his crew were captured by the Japanese when Corregidor fell on May 6, 1942, and spent the next 40 months of WW-II in Japanese prisoner of war camps across the Asia Pacific. Comander Sackett was evacuated from the Philippines on May 4, 1942, just two days before the surrender of Corregidor. His evacuation was on the last submarine out, the U.S.S. SPEARFISH, SS-190.

By July 1942, Earl Sackett was back in the USA, and was recognized as a war hero with an award of the Navy Cross for heroism, for what the Canopus and her crew, under his command during the First Battle of Manila Bay, was able to accomplish. The Canopus had been attacked eight times while in the bay but was only hit twice by the Japanese and Commander Sackett decided to set her up to look like a derelict by providing the ship with a decided list, tangled cargo beams and fake fires caused by burning oily rags in smudge pots. The Japanese, duly fooled, left her alone after that and the Canopus became the general utility repair ship for both the Army and the Navy, providing crucial service.

After returning to the U.S. from the Philippines, Earl Sackett served his country and the war effort by commanding the Submarine Repair Facility in San Diego from July 1942 to January 1944 and then as a member of the analytical staff of Fleet Admiral Chester A. Nimitz in Hawaii from December 1944 to January 1946. He retired from active duty on January 1, 1947.

Admiral Sackett died on October 7, 1970 and was buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.

Medals:
Navy Cross, Army Bronze Star, Army Distinguished Unit Service Badge, Navy Commendation Medal, WW-I Victory Medal, WW-II Victory Medal, American Theater, American Defense, Asiatic & Pacific.

Note: RADM US NAVY; WORLD WAR I; WORLD WAR II

Burial:
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, USA
Plot: Sec: 4, Site: 2756 EH

Created by: John C. Anderson
Record added: Mar 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49307273 
Sackett, Rear Admiral Earl LeRoy (I36459)
 
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Possibly the death record for Alta E. (Johnson) Carter:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VPFF-72Y
California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Alta Elizabeth Carter
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 03 Mar 1947
Event Place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: Unknown
Gender: Female
Father's Name: Johnson
Mother's Name: Clark 
Johnson, Alta E. (I36436)
 
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World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Blake Clarence Sackett
City: Detroit
County: Wayne
State: Michigan
Birthplace: Michigan;United States of America
Birth Date: 8 Jan 1897
Roll: 2032854
DraftBoard: 26
[Says born in Hastings, Michigan-nearest relative, Ella Herring, Charlotte, Michigan
Fathers birthplace is Nalance? Township, Michigan (hard to read)]
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Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996 Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996
Name: Blake C Sackett
Birth Date: 8 Jan 1897
Death Date: 14 Sep 1987
Gender: Male
Residence: Elmwood, Tuscola, Michigan
Place of Death: Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan
[Source Information: Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records. Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1998. Original data: Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records. Michigan Death Index. Lansing, MI, USA.]
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Name: Blake C. Sackett
SSN: 381-05-1773
Last Residence: 48723 Caro, Tuscola, Michigan, United States of America
Born: 8 Jan 1897
Died: 14 Sep 1987
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951 ) 
Sackett, Blake Clarence (I31177)
 
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Year: 1870; Census Place: Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts;
Roll: M593_619; Page: 373; Image: 65.
June 13, 1870
172/216
Grant, Carrie, 5, F, W, Attending School, Mass
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Year: 1880; Census Place: Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts;
Roll: T9_535; Family History Film: 1254535; Page: 72.1000; Enumeration District: 296; Image: 0145.
June 21, 1880
493/591
Grant, Carrie V, W, F, 15, Daughter, Single, At School, Mass, Mass, Mass 
Grant, Carrie (I30770)
 
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6 Jan 1938 Miidletown Times (Middletown, N.Y.) carried a legal notice
To Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, as trustee of the trusts under the last will and testament of Frederic de Peyster Foster, deceased.
The National Bank of the Town of Middleton, as temporary administrator of the estate of Julia Marshall Foster, deceased,
Giraud Foster
Giraud Van Nest Foster
Giraud Vernam Foster, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Marie A. Sherman
Emily F. Sherman
Marie A. Willoughby
Gerald Willoughby
Andree Thoresen
Arield Thoresen, , an infant under the age of fourteen years
Frederic G. Foster
Frederic F. de Rham
Elizabeth de Rham Leonard
Natalie Howland Leonard, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Laura de Rham Carr
Frederic F. de Rham, Jr. , an infant under the age of fourteen years
Henry C. de Rham
Charles de Rham, 2d, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Edith Colby de Rham, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Richard D. de Rham
Emily Clarisse Rutherfurd
Barbara Rutherfurd, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Emily C. Rutherfurd, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Emily Foster Lawrence
Kenelm Winslow
Natalie W. Winslow, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Mary Chilton Winslow, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Francis Dana Winslow
Albert Foster Winslow
Frederica de Peyster Lawrence, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Madeline Maria Reed
Madeline Carey Reed, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Edith Jesse Reed, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Charles Reed, Jr. , an infant under the age of fourteen years
George H. Carey
Sheila de P. Carey, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Walter L. Carey
Audrey T. Carey, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Marion de Peyster Dinsmore
Marion Carey Simonds
Francis May Simonds, 3d, an infant under the age of fourteen years
Clara Foster Dinsmore
William B. Dinsmore
Being the persons interested . . . in the estate of Frederic de Peyster Foster, deceased, who at the time of his death was a resident of Orange County, deceased. [Summoned to appear 14 Feb 1938 in Manhattan, N.Y.]

Transcribed by Ted Smith, 2 Feb 2016

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Foster, Frederic de Peyster (I40134)
 
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From GenealogyBank.com
The Commencement at Columbia College in New York
Date: Saturday, August 9, 1823 Paper: Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot (Boston, Massachusetts) Volume: LVIII Issue: 4412 Page: 2

The Commencement at Columbia College in New York took place on Tuesday last. Among the exercises we notice be the following:

[the list includes]
An oration on the progress of religious toleration, by Greville A. Sackett.

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From GenealogyBank.com
Date: Thursday, April 19, 1827 Paper: National Advocate (New York, New York) Volume: XV Issue: 4149 Page: 2

Appointments made by the Senate, on the nomination of the Governor, April 16.
For City and County of New York--long list appointed as commisioners of deeds, including Grenville A. Sackett

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From GenealogyBank.com
Tuesday, February 7, 1832 Paper: Albany Argus (Albany, New York) Page: 3

Appointments made by the Senate, on the nomination of the Governor, January 31.
New York--long list appointed as commisioners of deeds, including Grenville A. Sackett

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From GenealogyBank.com
Memorial of a number of citizens of New York, praying the passage of an international copyright law. April 24, 1838. Referred to the Committee on Patents and the Patent Office, and ordered to be printed.
Date: Tuesday, April 24, 1838 Publication: Serial Set Vol. No.318; Report: S.Doc. 399;
Among those listed are Grenville A. Sackett and Clarence D. Sackett

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From North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000
The Kissam Family in America from 1644-1825

p. 77
#139. Clarence D. Sackett, born in Brooklyn, L.I., October 21st, 1798. Counsellor at Law in N.Y. city. Graduated at Columbia College,

p. 78
1818. Married, 1st wife, December 19th, 1825, Gertrude [daughter of Adam] Tredwell, b. 1802, d. January 13th, 1828. Issue, one son:

#325. Adam Tredwell Sackett, m. Sarah E. Ostrander. He married, 2nd wife, Sept. 17, 1833, Emeline T. [b. October 25th, 1806; d. January 22, 1884, daughter of Samuel] Fleet, of Brooklyn.

Clarence D. Sackett, d. March 1858

The following is an extract from the address of Wm. Alfred Jones, Librarian at Columbia College, delivered before the Long Island Historical Society of November 5th, 1863:

"To this brief catalogue should, in justice be added the names of two of the worthiest of the sons of Long Island, the admirable brothers, Clarence D. and Grenville A. Sackett, than whom we have ever known purer or more honorable characters. They were able and intelligent lawyers, highly principled and kindly men, filled with all the virtues of a manly character; devoted to duty and to each other in life, and not separated in death--a rare

p. 79
example of brotherly love and of genuine goodness. As connected, too, with the old and respected families of Oderdonk, Titus, Kissam, and Tredwell; and united by the ties of birth and long residence, and partial affection; by political bias and professional pursuits, their names should never be omitted in a list of those whom this community ought to be proud."  
Sackett, Grenville A. (I6110)
 
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Massachusetts, State Census, 1865 enumerated 23 Jun 1865 in Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Leonard Atwater M 47y Massachusetts
Frances H Atwater F 40y Massachusetts
Ellen M Atwater F 21y Massachusetts
Allen C Atwater M 19y Massachusetts
Dennis H Atwater M 14y Massachusetts
L Cornelius Atwater M 12y Massachusetts
James R Atwater M 6y Massachusetts
Lucy F Atwater F 4y Massachusetts
Margaret C Atwater F 7m Massachusetts
Anna Mc Carly F 16y Ireland
Family Number: 2 , Line Number: 10 , GS Film number: 0954565 , Digital Folder Number: 4286773 , Image Number: 00319

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1870 Census, enumerated 8 Jun 1870 in Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Leonard Atwater M 52 Massachusetts
Francis Atwater F 45 Massachusetts
Dennis H Atwater M 19 Massachusetts
Cornelius Atwater M 16 Massachusetts
Jas B Atwater M 11 Massachusetts
Lucy Atwater F 9 Massachusetts
Margaret Atwater F 5 Massachusetts
Ellen Bailey F 45 Connecticut
Household ID: 126 , Line Number: 8 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000552118 , Digital Folder Number: 004269719 , Image Number: 00058

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1880 Census, enumerated in Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Lenard Atwater Self M 62 Massachusetts, United States
Dennis H Atwater Son M 29 Massachusetts, United States
L Cornelius Atwater Son M 24 Massachusetts, United States
Lucy F Atwater Daughter F 19 Massachusetts, United States
Catherine Condson Other F 60 Ireland
Frank Howlans Other M 27 Ireland
Franices Atwater Wife F 54 Massachusetts, United States
Margaret Atwater Daughter F 15 Massachusetts, United States
District: 295 , Sheet Number and Letter: 36B , GS Film Number: 1254535 , Digital Folder Number: 004241712 , Image Number: 00076
Ted Smith Note: Familysearch.org database says Maryann C. instead of Margaret, but the image looks more like Margaret, matching the 1870 census name. 
Atwater, Lucy F. (I38291)
 
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Massachusetts, State Census, 1865 enumerated 23 Jun 1865 in Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Leonard Atwater M 47y Massachusetts
Frances H Atwater F 40y Massachusetts
Ellen M Atwater F 21y Massachusetts
Allen C Atwater M 19y Massachusetts
Dennis H Atwater M 14y Massachusetts
L Cornelius Atwater M 12y Massachusetts
James R Atwater M 6y Massachusetts
Lucy F Atwater F 4y Massachusetts
Margaret C Atwater F 7m Massachusetts
Anna Mc Carly F 16y Ireland
Family Number: 2 , Line Number: 10 , GS Film number: 0954565 , Digital Folder Number: 4286773 , Image Number: 00319

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1870 Census, enumerated 8 Jun 1870 in Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Leonard Atwater M 52 Massachusetts
Francis Atwater F 45 Massachusetts
Dennis H Atwater M 19 Massachusetts
Cornelius Atwater M 16 Massachusetts
Jas B Atwater M 11 Massachusetts
Lucy Atwater F 9 Massachusetts
Margaret Atwater F 5 Massachusetts
Ellen Bailey F 45 Connecticut
Household ID: 126 , Line Number: 8 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000552118 , Digital Folder Number: 004269719 , Image Number: 00058

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1880 Census, enumerated in Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Lenard Atwater Self M 62 Massachusetts, United States
Dennis H Atwater Son M 29 Massachusetts, United States
L Cornelius Atwater Son M 24 Massachusetts, United States
Lucy F Atwater Daughter F 19 Massachusetts, United States
Catherine Condson Other F 60 Ireland
Frank Howlans Other M 27 Ireland
Franices Atwater Wife F 54 Massachusetts, United States
Margaret Atwater Daughter F 15 Massachusetts, United States
District: 295 , Sheet Number and Letter: 36B , GS Film Number: 1254535 , Digital Folder Number: 004241712 , Image Number: 00076
Ted Smith Note: Familysearch.org database says Maryann C. instead of Margaret, but the image looks more like Margaret, matching the 1870 census name.

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Massachusetts, Marriages, 1695-1910
Name: Gilbert N. Jones
Birth Date: 1862
Age: 31
Spouse's Name: Margaret C. Atwater
Spouse's Birth Date: 1865
Spouse's Age: 28
Event Date: 05 Sep 1893
Event Place: Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
Father's Name: Ralph K. Jones
Mother's Name: Octavie Norris
Spouse's Father's Name: Leonard Atwater
Spouse's Mother's Name: Frances Hedges
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I01452-4 , System Origin: Massachusetts-EASy , GS Film number: 2031724 , Reference ID: 72

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1900 Census, enumerated 25 Jun 1900 on Western St. in Wellesley town (east part), Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Gilbert N Jones Head M 38 Maine b. Mar 1862
Margaret Jones Wife F 36 Massachusetts b. Nov 1864
Margaret N Jones Daughter F 6 Massachusetts b. Apr 1894
Constance Blake Lodger F 24 Massachusetts b. Sep 1876
Alice Mcpherson Servant F 20 Massachusetts b. Dec 1880
Octavia N Jones Mother F 66 Massachusetts b. May 1834 widowed
District: 1078 , Sheet Number and Letter: 23A , Household ID: 405 , Line Number: 8 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T623 , GS Film Number: 1240672 , Digital Folder Number: 004114444 , Image Number: 00238  
Atwater, Margaret (I38293)
 
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Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: Jul. 29, 1840
Canfield
Mahoning County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 11, 1917
Jefferson County
Iowa, USA

Son of Simeon (Sim) Sackett and Eda Hayes Sackett.

Although the obituary as published and transcribed below used "Sr." and "Jr." to describe father and son, the headstone inscription for Simmons does not use the "Jr.", so am leaving it off of this memorial unless other compelling documentation is provided to warrant using it. This particular obituary seems to have several spelling errors in it, which was not uncommon for that newspaper in that era.

The birth location of Canfield, Ohio was at that time in Trubull county, Ohio. It has since been 'moved' to Mahoning county, Ohio, for the purpose of his memorial.

The Jefferson county, Iowa death record was inadvertently entered with the name "Simon" Sackett. It would be an easy clerical mistake to make since "Simmons" is not a common name. His DOB was recorded as July 28, 1840, but will defer to the obituary provided July 29, 1840.

Family links:
Parents:
Simeon (Sim) Sackett (1788 - 1863)
Eda Hayes Sackett (1795 - 1869)

Siblings:
Alzerah S Sackett (1816 - 1869)*
Betsey Sackett (1818 - 1828)*
Clarinda Sackett Chidester (1821 - 1902)*
David Sackett (1822 - 1899)*
Freeman Sackett (1824 - 1909)*
Eldrid Sackett (1824 - 1824)*
Benjamin Sackett (1827 - 1830)*
Justus B Sackett (1828 - 1893)*
Betsy Sackett (1830 - 1907)*
Achsah Sackett (1836 - 1917)*
Huldah Hays Sackett Ross (1838 - 1912)*
Simmons Sackett (1840 - 1917)

Inscription:
The DOD of 1917 has not been engraved. There was a specific request in the probate process for Simmons to provide the funds so that his DOD would be engraved, but there wasn't/isn't any documentation to show that funds were allocated from the estate for that purpose.

Burial:
Evergreen Cemetery Fairfield Jefferson County Iowa, USA
Plot: Old.P.061

Created by: Richard K Thompson
Record added: Mar 30, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 107545236
1 of 3 Headstone pictures



 
Sackett, Simmons (I3295)
 
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Birth: Aug. 1, 1900 Indiana, USA
Death: Nov. 14, 1987 Willshire Van Wert County Ohio, USA

Family links:
Spouse:
Jesse Harrison Michaud (1896 - 1967)*

Burial:
Willshire Cemetery, Willshire, Van Wert County, Ohio, USA
Plot: Sec: 2 West

Created by: Deb Curry
Record added: Apr 05, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 107830078
Photo added by: Deb Curry
2 pictures by Deb Curry

 
Heller, Frances M (I38604)
 
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Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: Sep. 8, 1788
Warren
Litchfield County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Sep. 19, 1863
Canfield
Mahoning County
Ohio, USA

SACKETT, Simeon (Sim) Sr.
Husband of Eda nee HAYES ? m. 12 Sep 1815 in Canfield Twp., Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH
Son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Eldred Sackett
B. 8 Sep 1788 in Warren, Litchfield Co. CT
D. 19 Sep 1863 in Canfield Twp., Mahoning Co. OH at 75y 11d
Burial ? Sep 1863 in Canfield Village Cemetery, Section B Row 02, Canfield, Mahoning Co. OH

Family links:
Parents:
Benjamin Sackett (1762 - 1844)
Betsey Eldred Sackett (1771 - 1849)

Spouse:
Eda Hayes Sackett (1795 - 1869)*

Children:
Alzerah S Sackett (1816 - 1869)*
Betsey Sackett (1818 - 1828)*
Clarinda Sackett Chidester (1821 - 1902)*
David Sackett (1822 - 1899)*
Freeman Sackett (1824 - 1909)*
Eldrid Sackett (1824 - 1824)*
Benjamin Sackett (1827 - 1830)*
Justus B Sackett (1828 - 1893)*
Betsy Sackett (1830 - 1907)*
Achsah Sackett (1836 - 1917)*
Huldah Hays Sackett Ross (1838 - 1912)*
Simmons Sackett (1840 - 1917)*

Burial: Canfield Village Cemetery Canfield Mahoning County
Ohio, USA Plot: Section B Row 02

Maintained by: George Dean
Originally Created by: Jennifer L. Neff
Record added: Jun 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38826555
Find A Grave Memorial Photo Added by: Dianne C. Carman
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Obituary
Western Reserve Chronicle, 21 Oct 1863 - Abstract
"Simeon Sackett Sr. - Canfield, 18 Sept., 74y"

Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 4 Mar1898, Article No. 57, by Dr. Jackson Truesdale
Excerpt:
"The old Canfield families of Hayeses, Deans and Sacketts were allied to each other by marriage. We have the space and it will be in order to refer to one of these. Simmons Sackett, son of Benjamin, was born in Warren, Litchfield county, Conn., Sept. 8th, 1788, and came to Canfield when yet a single man in 1810, and made his home for several years with his brother-in-law, David Hine. Sept. 12th, 1815, he married Eda, the eldest daughter of David Hayes as referred to in foregoing sketch, since writing which we have learned that Eda Hayes was born in Cornwell, Conn., in 1795, and the same year the family removed to Vermont. As soon as Simmons and Eda were married they settled upon a farm nearly two miles west of Canfield, a farm afterwards owned by the late Banner Williams. Upon this farm the husband and wife spent the remainder of their lives. Mr. Sackett prospered as a farmer. As wealth was measured in the early days Mr. Sackett was said to be rich, and probably was the most forehanded man, at one time, in the township. He had a large scope of land to farm, which required much hired help. This was especially so during harvest. It is no unusual thing even now to hear old men speak of helping "Sim" Sackett in hay harvest. The soil was fresh and productive, the average yield of grass and most of other crops greater than at present. Every stalk of this was cut by the scythe, sickle or cradle. Every pound was handled over and over again by human muscles. The harvests on large farms began the last of June and continued from six to nine weeks. The wages paid for able-bodied men ranged from 50 to 75 cents per day. But a day then meant quite a different thing from a day now. The hired man who did not present himself for duty before the sun was fairly up was looked upon as a laggard. The day's work closed with the going down of the sun, but often still later. The mowing of the grass was a tedious process, but often there was something inspiring about it. I would yet walk a mile to see six, eight or ten men mow a clean meadow with the uniformity of motion the old timers were capable of doing. No military precision could excel. The swish of the scythe, the uniform step, the sway of the body, all in perfect harmony. Such opportunities we imagine were not rare in the fields of Mr. Sackett.
While Simons was prospering without, his wife Eda was no less busy within. A new and commodious house took the place of the abandoned cabin. Children one after another in regular order came to surround the family board and numbered from 1 to 12. From the beginning Mr. Sackett and wife were earnest members and promoters of the Disciple church, and perhaps were more instrumental than anyone else in building and establishing that church at the center some 50 years ago. After Mr. Sackett had accumulated more than enough of property to secure himself against poverty and want during old age, after becoming well advanced in years, this man of strong sense and of business thrift and enterprise met with the greatest calamity that can happen an intelligent being in the loss of his reason. How long this continued before relieved by death we do not remember. So violent was the malady that his friends found it necessary to put him under restraint, and while thus restrained, died suddenly in his room when no one was present. Shortly after his death the remaining portion of his family sold out and removed to Iowa. Of Mr. Sackett's children we can only say that two died when young - four remain single. Freeman married Lois Scott, an adopted daughter of William and Adeline Hines; Clarinda married Clark Chidester, remembered by some of us. They went west in the fifties. In early days a brother of Simmons by the name of Freeman or Justice, was for some years a resident of Canfield. Myron Sackett, who owned the farm and built the brick part of the residence now occupied by P.T. Jones, was a brother of Simmons. One of his sons married Fidelia Turner, who after when a widow, married Julius Tanner. At a later date Deacon Moses Sackett, a good man, came and spent the last years of his life with us. He also was a brother. Of all these and all having children more or less numerous, not one of the name or anyone with Sackett blood in their veins can be found in Canfield.
I find in a memorandum furnished me by Mr. Eastman, a statement that David Hayes, the pioneer of whom we speak in this article, was a full cousin of the late Rutherford B. Hayes, ex-president of the United States. I have given attention to this matter and find that David Hayes and the father of the ex-President, lived nearly in the same vicinity in Vermont before coming to Ohio. This fact is corrobative of the claim of kinship, but it may not be that of a full cousin. David was born in 1768, Rutherford in 1822. It is not supposable that full cousins would differ so greatly in age. I do not question the fact that the ancestors of Rutherford B. Hayes and David Hayes can be traced back to one common New England parentage. This would make the kinship more remote but leaves abundant room to be thus remotely connected with so honorable a personage. J. TRUESDALE. (To be continued.)"

Additional - Four tributes in Mahoning Dispatch for children of Simeon and Eda Hayes Sackett:

SACKETT, David
Son of Simeon and Eda Hayes Sackett
B. 11 May 1822 in Canfield Twp., Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH
D. Jan 1899 in Eau Claire, WI at 76y
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 10 Feb 1899
"Home and County News - David Sackett, a former resident of Canfield, died the latter part of January at his home in Eau Claire, Wis., of paralysis, aged 76. Deceased was a son of Simmons Sackett, one of the first settlers of Canfield Township."

SACKETT, Justice
Son of Simeon and Eda Hayes Sackett
B. 5 June 1828 in Canfield Twp., Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH
D. Mar 1893 in Fairfield, Jefferson Co. IA at 65y
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 24 Mar 1893
"Local - Justice Sackett, for many years a resident of this township, died at his home in Fairfield, Iowa, last week of dropsy. The deceased was about 65 years of age."

SACKETT, Betsey E.
Daughter of Simeon and Eda Hayes Sackett
B. 5 Sep 1830 in Canfield Twp., Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH
D. 1907 in Fairfield, Jefferson Co. IA at 77y
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 3 May 1907
"Local News Items - Miss Betsey E. Sackett died recently at her home near Fairfield, Iowa, after a long illness, aged 77 years. The deceased was born in Canfield but had resided in Iowa for many years. She was a sister of Simeon and Freeman Sackett of Fairfield, former well known residents of Canfield."

SACKETT, Simmons
Son of Simeon and Eda Hayes Sackett
B. 29 July 1840 in Canfield Twp., Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH
D. 11 June 1917 in Fairfield, Jefferson Co. IA at 76y 10m 13d
Burial ? 13 June 1917
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 22 June 1917
"Former Canfield Man Dead"
"Simmons Sackett, one of the well known and most highly respected residents of Jefferson county, passed away June 11 at the home of his nephew, S. E. Chidester, nine miles northwest of the city, says the Fairfield, Iowa, Journal. The body was brought to the home of F. G. Chidester on 301 West Washington street. Funeral services were held June 13. Simmons, Jr., son of Simmons Sackett, Sr., and Ede Hayes was born in Canfield, Ohio, on July 29th, 1840. He came to Iowa in March, 1870, with his brother Justus and his sisters Betsey, Achsah and Huldah and bought the farm known at that time, as the Ramsey farm, one and one-half miles north of this city. He moved to Fairfield in March, 1912, and resided here until about a month ago, when he went to make his home with his nephew, S. E. Chidester, and was there stricken with apoplexy ten days ago and where he died last night, his brother and sisters have preceded him in death and he was the last surviving member of the well known Sackett family."


Unknown burial site for daughter Clorinda Sackett Chidester:
CHIDESTER, Clark
Husband of Clorinda nee SACKETT ? m. 2 Mar 1843
Son of Erastus and Lydia Sackett Chidester
B. 14 Apr 1818 in Portage Co. OH
D. 10 Feb 1885 in IL at 66y 9m 26d
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 17 Apr 1885
"February 10th, at his home north of this city, occurred the death of Clark Chidester, one of the best known citizens of that part of the county. Mr. Chidester was born in Portage County, O., April 14th, 1818. In his youth he moved to Canfield, where, March 2nd, 1843, he was married to Clorinda Sackett, who survives him. A short time after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Chidester removed to Trumbull County, Ohio, but again removed to Canfield. In June 1863 they removed to Illinois, and after a four year residence removed to this county, where they have since made their home. At the age of 12 years Mr. Chidester joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, but not being satisfied with his infant baptism was immersed at Ellsworth, Ohio, by Rev. Marcus, when in his 24th year. While living at Richland Grove, Ill., he and his wife both united with the Christian Church, with which denomination they continued their connection upon their removal to this county. Deceased was the father of three sons, one of whom died at Richland Grove, at the age of 3 ˝ years. The others, S. E. and F. G. Chidester, now reside in this county, as do also two brothers, Julius and W. N. Chidester. Deceased had lived the life of the consistent Christian. He was a kind and indulgent husband and father and a faithful friend. Devoted to his family and friends, he never sought public place of notoriety. He was a quiet, unobtrusive man, and always held an enviable place in the opinions of those with whom he associated. His remains were interred in this city on Friday last. The funeral service was conducted by elder Stevens, of the Christian Church, and the remains interred with Masonic honors."

CHIDESTER, Clorinda nee SACKETT
Mrs. Clark Chidester ? m. 2 Mar 1843
Daughter of Simeon and Eda Hayes Sackett
B. 1 May 1821 in Canfield Twp., Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH
D. 22 Mar 1902 in Fairfield, Jefferson Co. IA at 81y
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 28 Mar 1902
"Local - Mrs. Clorinda Sackett Chidester, widow of the late Clark Chidester, died last Saturday at her home in Fairfield, Iowa, aged nearly 82 years. The deceased was born and reared in Canfield and will be remembered by many of our older citizens."

















 
Sacket, Simmons "Sim" (I3275)
 
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U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1
Name: Edna M Cooper
Birth Date: 2 Oct 1921
Address: 307 N Pecos St, Fort Stockton, TX, 79735-4915 (1993)
Ancestry.com. U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
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Sullivan, Edna Mae (I24055)
 
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Year: 1860; Census Place: Sugar Creek, Greene, Ohio
Roll M653_968, Page 35
June 29, 1860 456/472
Samuel Sackett, 6, M, Ohio
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Year: 1870; Census Place, Sugar Creek, Greene, Ohio
Roll M593_1205, Page 233
June 29, 1870 54/54
S
Sacket, Samuel, 16, M, W, Works on Farm, Ohio
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Year: 1880; Census Place: Sugar Creek, Greene, Ohio
Roll T9_1019, FHF #1255019 Page 380.2000 ED 89
June 2-3, 1880 18/22
Sackett, Samuel B, W, M, 25, Son, Single, Works on Farm, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6X6-CNL
Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997
Name: Samuel B. Sackett
Gender: Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: 11 Aug 1882
Death Place: Sugar Creek Tp., Greene, Ohio
Age: 28
Birth Date: 1854
Birthplace: Greene Co., O.
Occupation: Farmer
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: Alexander Sackett
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B07059-4
System Origin: Ohio-EASy
GS Film number: 534104
Reference ID: v 2 p 170
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Find A Grave Memorial
Samuel B. Sackett
Birth: Jan. 24, 1854
Death: Aug. 11, 1882; Greene County, Ohio, USA
Burial:
Fairview Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Bellbrook, Greene County, Ohio, USA
Plot: Sackett area

Inscription:
Ae 28 yrs. 6 mo. 18 days

Created by: Valita
Record added: Mar 27, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35232987
Headstone picture added by: Valita 
Sackett, Samuel B. (I4622)
 
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Birth: Oct. 23, 1847
Death: Apr. 5, 1932

Family links:
Children: Alice Lorena Pogue Ray (1869 - 1942)*

Burial: Backesto Cemetery Berne Adams County Indiana, USA

Maintained by: Rick Beitler
Originally Created by: DSON1492
Record added: Mar 01, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106020676
1 Headstone picture photo added by Rick Beitler

 
Reeder, Martha P. (I9237)
 
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Birth: Nov. 20, 1824 Canfield Mahoning County Ohio, USA
Death: Nov. 17, 1909 Fairfield Jefferson County Iowa, USA

Note:
The following is a transcription of a Fairfield newspaper obituary for Freeman Sackett. Unfortunately obituaries posted as photos are no longer allowed so this transcription is made for the benefit of any family researchers.

CAUTION: The obituary for Freeman Sackett uses the DOB as November 20, 1824; the headstone inscription uses the year "1825". A sibling of Freeman was Eldrid Sackett, whose own DOB is listed as Nov. 2, 1824. Is it possible that Eldred and Freeman were twins, with the DOB dates in November off one way or the other? Or was Freeman actually born on November 20, 1825, in line with his headstone inscription year? Will use the 1824 year for this memorial with caution and pending any clarification.

Freeman evidently came to the Fairfield area with his wife Lois independently of the arrival of his siblings, as noted in their obituaries. In all, seven Sackett siblings ended up in Jefferson county, Iowa.

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Fairfield Daily Journal
Fairfield, Jefferson county, Iowa
Wednesday November 17, 1909
Pg. 2 Col. 2

F. SACKETT DIED TODAY

Well Known Fairfield Resident Passes Away on Eve of 85th Birthday

Freeman Sackett, one of the best known of the older residents of Fairfield died this morning about nine o'clock at his home on East Broadway. The end came rather suddenly as he had been feeling badly for only a few hours prior to his death. Altho (sic) Mr. Sackett had been in ill health for several months but was able to be up and around his home until yesterday afternoon when he complained of feeling ill and was induced to lie down.

Mr. Sackett was born November 20, 1824 (sic. 1825 year on headstone inscription, which could be an engraving error) in Canfield, Ohio. In 1856 (sic. microfilm image unclear, could be 1858) he went to Macomb, Ill., and there engaged in stock buying, becoming very sucessfull in this line of business. Early in January of 1881 he went to Canfield Ohio, and claimed for his bride Miss Lois Scott. They lived in Macomb a few years and then came to Fairfield where they have made their home ever since. Two children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Sackett, both of whom are dead (sic. Willie and Ada).

Mr. Sackett had been a faithful member of the Christian church for many years. In early manhood he united with the Masonic order and also the independent Order of Odd Fellows, holding his membership in Macomb, Ill.

Mr. Sackett is survived by a wife and two sisters, Mrs. S. B. Ross (sic. Huldah Sackett Ross) and Achusa Sackett (sic. Achsah Sackett), and one brother Simeon Scaket (sic. Simmons Sackett), all of this city.

The funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10:30 at the residence and the remains will be laid to rest in Evergreen cemetery. Rev. G. W. Burch of the Christian church will conduct the funeral.

Family links:
Parents:
Simeon (Sim) Sackett (1788 - 1863)
Eda Hayes Sackett (1795 - 1869)

Spouse:
Lois Scott Sackett (1844 - 1934)

Children:
Ada Sackett (1882 - 1891)*
Willie Sackett (1884 - 1890)*

Siblings:
Alzerah S Sackett (1816 - 1869)*
Betsey Sackett (1818 - 1828)*
Clarinda Sackett Chidester (1821 - 1902)*
David Sackett (1822 - 1899)*
Freeman Sackett (1824 - 1909)
Eldrid Sackett (1824 - 1824)*
Benjamin Sackett (1827 - 1830)*
Justus B Sackett (1828 - 1893)*
Betsy Sackett (1830 - 1907)*
Achsah Sackett (1836 - 1917)*
Huldah Hays Sackett Ross (1838 - 1912)*
Simmons Sackett (1840 - 1917)*

Inscription:
DOB year 1825 may or may not have been an engraving error: not sure if born in 1824 or 1825. Seeking clarification.

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery Fairfield Jefferson County
Iowa, USA Plot: Old.P.061

Created by: Richard K Thompson
Record added: Mar 30, 2013
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Sackett, Freeman (I3287)
 
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Birth: 1848
Death: 1925

Family links:
Spouse: Zady Catherine Sackett Miller (1843 - 1921)*
Children: Teresa E. Miller Allen (1874 - 1965)*

Inscription: S/W Zady C. Miller

Burial: Tisdale Cemetery, Tisdale, Cowley County, Kansas, USA
Created by: Heather Helpingstine
Record added: Mar 13, 2007
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Headstone photo by: Heather Helpingstine
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Miller, William Francis (I19427)
 
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Obituary

Fairfield Daily Journal
Fairfield, Jefferson county, Iowa
Friday January 5, 1917
Pg. 2 Col. 2

MISS ACHSAH SACKETT DIED THIS MORNIGN, AGED 81.

Miss Achsah Sackett, who has been critically ill at the Jefferson County hospital for several months, passed away this morning at 6:30 o'clock.

Achsah Sackett, the daughter of Simmons and Eda Hays Sackett (sic. Simeon Sackett and Eda Hayes Sackett), was born at Canfield, Ohio, January 16, 1836.

In her fifteenth year she bacame a Christian which she has lived day by day since that time.

With her two sisters and two brothers, she came to Jefferson Co. in March 1870. The sisters at once placed their membership in the Christian church of Fairfield and continued faithful members of the church until they passed on. For several years the three (sic) taught in the Bible School. All were life members of the Christian Womens' Board of Missions.

Miss Achsah was always in her place at the Lord's table during all these years, even on the Lord's Day, October 8th. On the 11th of October, while getting breakfast, she fell and broke her left hip. She lingered in the hospital until the morning of January 5th, passing away at about six-thirty, at the age of 80 years, 11 months and 25 days.

She leaves an aged brother, Simmons Sackett and numerous relatives and friends to miss her in the home and church life.

The funeral services will be held from the Christian church at 2:30 tomorrow in charge of Rev. R. H. Polly.
 
Sackett, Achsah (I3290)
 
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Birth: Sep. 13, 1839 Greene County Ohio, USA
Death: Dec. 27, 1917 Fletcher Miami County Ohio, USA

Family links:
Parents: Preston Patrick Pogue (1818 - 1905)
Aner Sackett Pogue (1807 - 1876)

Spouse:
Caroline Elizabeth Covault Pogue (1851 - 1937)

Children:
John Franklin Pogue (1868 - 1941)*
Isaac Wilbur Pogue (1876 - 1962)*
Harley P Pogue (1879 - 1963)*

Siblings:
Alexander Pogue (1838 - 1922)*
Cyrus George Pogue (1839 - 1917)
James Washington Pogue (1845 - 1919)*
Lucinda Pogue Elzey (1847 - 1928)*
Sarah Isabelle Pogue Reid (1848 - 1936)*

Burial: Fletcher Cemetery, Fletcher, Miami County
Ohio, USA

Created by: Candy
Record added: Nov 27, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31766228
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Pogue, Cyrus (I9230)
 
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Year: 1860; State: IA; County: Wapello County; Township: Columbia Township
Page: 662
509/516
Sackett, Jane 6 f IN W #6894
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1870 Census; State: IA; County: Wapello County; Township: Columbia Township
Page: 074
Knox, Leonard 27 m farmer OH
[Knox], Mary E. 24 f keeping house IN Weygant #6890
(next page)
Knox, Francis E. 3 m IA
Knox, William E. 2 m IA
Sackett, Jennie 17 f domestic servant IN Weygant #6894 
Sackett, Jennie Cecilia (I3946)
 
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Birth: 1835
Death: 1911

Family links:
Spouse: Aner Morgan (1841 - 1929)*

Burial: Friendship Cemetery Sugar Valley Preble County
Ohio, USA

Created by: Neil B (John 3:16)
Record added: Jan 08, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 12932122
1 Headstone picture added by Rhonda Fraley Burnett


 
Morgan, Joseph (I38702)
 
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Birth: Jan. 16, 1836 Canfield Mahoning County Ohio, USA
Death: Jan. 5, 1917 Fairfield Jefferson County Iowa, USA

Daughter of Simeon (Sim) Sackett and Eda Hayes Sackett.

Family links:
Parents:
Simeon (Sim) Sackett (1788 - 1863)
Eda Hayes Sackett (1795 - 1869)

Siblings:
Alzerah S Sackett (1816 - 1869)*
Betsey Sackett (1818 - 1828)*
Clarinda Sackett Chidester (1821 - 1902)*
David Sackett (1822 - 1899)*
Freeman Sackett (1824 - 1909)*
Eldrid Sackett (1824 - 1824)*
Benjamin Sackett (1827 - 1830)*
Justus B Sackett (1828 - 1893)*
Betsy Sackett (1830 - 1907)*
Achsah Sackett (1836 - 1917)
Huldah Hays Sackett Ross (1838 - 1912)*
Simmons Sackett (1840 - 1917)*

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery Fairfield Jefferson County
Iowa, USA Plot: Old.P.061

Created by: Richard K Thompson
Record added: Mar 30, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 107544577
1 of 3 Headstone pictures

 
Sackett, Achsah (I3290)
 
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Birth: 1853
Death: 1920

Family links:
Spouse:
Elezan Frank Roe (1851 - 1915)*

Burial: Pleasant Mills Cemetery Pleasant Mills Adams County
Indiana, USA

Created by: Jim Cox
Record added: Oct 31, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60912290
Headstone photo added by: Deb Curry
1 Headstone picture by Deb Curry
 
Roe, Joel Jr. (I10014)
 
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William Hunt Bible
Author: Jennifer Hutchinson Date: 26 Jun 2000 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Hunt
Classification: Bible
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/localities.northam.usa.states.ohio.counties.trumbull/1594
At the time this Bible information was recorded, Canfield Township was in Trumbull County. The information came from the book "Trumbull County Ohio Bible and Family
Records" compiled by Ruth Allen. The William Hunt info was on pages 113 and 114.

It lists:
William Hunt born 17 Mar 1769
Susanna Lovell (his Wife) born 3 Jul 1777

Children:
Sally born 20 May 1793
Levi born 18 Sep 1795
Seymour M. born 13 Jan 1798
Ann M. born 24 Jul 1801
William B. born 21 Mar 1804
Ezra J. born 19 Jun 1806
Betsey B. born 10 Feb 1809
Ruthana born 29 May 18??
David no date
Charles R no date

It then states:
Children of Ezra J. and Ruth Anna Hitchcock Hunt

Jabez H. born 15 Aug 1838
Eliza Jane born 15 Nov 1839
Alfred C. born 15 Jan 1841
George S. born 17 May 1842
Judson born 23 Apr 1844
Susan Maria born 21 Jan 1846
Caroline A. born 6 Jan 1850
Plympton A. born 16 Aug 1854

I have information on these families going back several generations. Would like more information on the children of William and Susannah.
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1840 Federal Census. Hartsgrove Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio
Roll 376, page 291
Family of Ezra J. Hunt
1 male under 5 [Jabez, 1]
1 male 30-39 [Ezra, 34]
1 female under 5 [Eliza, 0]
1 female 20-29 [Ruth Ann, 26]

1850 Federal Census. Hartsgrove Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio
Roll 659, page 453B
Ezra J. Hunt, 44, farmer, $1600 real estate
Ruth Ann Hunt, 37
Jabez Hunt, 11
Seymour Hunt, 7
Charles Hunt, 9
Judson Hunt, 5
Susan M. Hunt, 3
Caroline A. Hunt, 6 months
Ezra was born in Pennsylvania and all of the others in Ohio.

1860 Federal Census. Hartsgrove Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio
Roll 933, page 387
E. J. Hunt, 54, farmer, farmer, $2000 real estate, $500 in personal estate, b. Penn
Rut Hunt, 46
Jabis Hunt, 22
A. C. Hunt, 19
Seymour Hunt, 18
Judson Hunt, 16
Maria Hunt, 14
Caroline Hunt, 10
Plympton Hunt, 6
Ezra was born in Pennsylvania and all of the others in Ohio.

1870 Federal Census. Hartsgrove Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio
Roll 1170, page 196A
Post Office Hartsgrove
Ezra J. Hunt, 63, farmer, $3000 real estate, $900 personal estate
Ruthanna Hunt, 55, keeping house
S. Maria Hunt, 24,
Caroline Hunt, 20,
Plimpton Hunt, 15,
A. Charles Hunt, 29, farmer
Herietta M. Hunt, 22, keeping house
Juliette Hunt, 3
Ezra was born in Pennsylvania and all of the others in Ohio.

1880 Federal census. Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio
Roll 992, page 447B
Ezra Hunt, head, 73, retired farmer, b. PA, parents b. CT
Ruthann Hunt, wife, 66, keeping house, b. OH, parents b. CT
Charles Hunt, son, 39, laborer, b. OH, father b. PA, mother b. OH
Plimpton Hunt, son, 25, farmer, b. ditto
Julia Hunt, granddaughter, 13, at school b. OH, parents b. OH. 
Hunt, Ezra J. (I36631)
 
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Birth: Jan. 9, 1842
Death: May 29, 1903

Family links:
Children: Alice Lorena Pogue Ray (1869 - 1942)*

Burial: Backesto Cemetery Berne Adams County Indiana, USA

Maintained by: Rick Beitler
Originally Created by: DSON1492
Record added: Mar 01, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106020701
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Pogue, Joseph (I9232)
 
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William Tecumseh Ross Sackett

Ohio, Births and Christenings

Name William Tecumseh Ross Sackett
Gender Male
Christening Place Putnam, Ohio
Birth Date 07 Dec 1897
Birthplace Pandora, Putnam, Ohio
Race White
Father's Name W. S. Sackett
Mother's Name Rebecca Ross

Citing this Record

"Ohio, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X6YH-724 : accessed 1 September 2015), William Tecumseh Ross Sackett, 07 Dec 1897; citing Pandora, Putnam, Ohio, reference vol 3 p 261 cn 94; FHL microfilm 915,768

 
Sackett, William Tecumseh Ross (I15036)
 
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Transcribed by Ted Smith

Source: California, County Marriages, 1850-1952

Marriage license, Los Angeles County, California, filed 26 Mar 1904
Marriage performed 26 Mar 1904 in Los Angeles Township, Los Angeles County, California

Groom: William A. Miller
Native of Nebraska
Age 23, resident of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

Bride: Edna E. Erstead
Native of California
Age 21, resident of Stockton, San Joaquin County


1920 Census, recorded 1 March 1920 in O'Neal, San Joaquin, California, United States
William A Miller Head M 37 Nebraska, birthplace of father: Nebraska; birthplace of mother: Nebraska
Edna M Miller Wife F 36 California; birthplace of father: Norway; birthplace of mother: Illinois
Mary Ann Miller Adopted daughter F 1 4/12 California, birthplace of father: Swedish; tongue of father:Swedish; birthplace of mother: Germany; tongue of mother: German


1930 Census, 17 Apr 1930 in O'Neal Township, San Joaquin, California, United States
William A Miller Head M 47 Iowa, Occupation Plater in a Plating Works
Edna E Miller Wife F 46 California
Mary Anne J Miller Daughter F 12 California
Catherine Weise Lodger F 13 California


California Death Index:
Name: William A Miller
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 22 Dec 1959
Event Place: San Joaquin, California, United States
Birth Date: 13 Mar 1882
Birthplace: Iowa
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Miller
Mother's Name: Reiddlemasor

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Miller, William A. (I38114)
 
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Transcribed by Ted Smith

Source: California, County Marriages, 1850-1952

Marriage license, Los Angeles County, California, filed 26 Mar 1904
Marriage performed 26 Mar 1904 in Los Angeles Township, Los Angeles County, California

Groom: William A. Miller
Native of Nebraska
Age 23, resident of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

Bride: Edna E. Erstead
Native of California
Age 21, resident of Stockton, San Joaquin County


1920 Census, recorded 1 March 1920 in O'Neal, San Joaquin, California, United States
William A Miller Head M 37 Nebraska, birthplace of father: Nebraska; birthplace of mother: Nebraska
Edna M Miller Wife F 36 California; birthplace of father: Norway; birthplace of mother: Illinois
Mary Ann Miller Adopted daughter F 1 4/12 California, birthplace of father: Swedish; tongue of father:Swedish; birthplace of mother: Germany; tongue of mother: German


1930 Census, 17 Apr 1930 in O'Neal Township, San Joaquin, California, United States
William A Miller Head M 47 Iowa, Occupation Plater in a Plating Works
Edna E Miller Wife F 46 California
Mary Anne J Miller Daughter F 12 California
Catherine Weise Lodger F 13 California


California Death Index:
Name: Edna E Miller
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 16 May 1948
Event Place: San Joaquin, California, United States
Birth Date: 24 Mar 1883
Birthplace: California
Gender: Female
Father's Name: Erstad
Mother's Name: Holbrook 
Erstead, Edna E. (I38115)
 
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William Henry Harrison Chase was born May 28, 1839 in Portage County, Ohio to Martin Lewis Chase and Laura B. Sackett. He was a stone mason by trade.

William enlisted in January 1862. He was a Private in Company B of the 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry. His name "W. H. H. Chase" is inscribed on the Fort Ridgely Monument located in Minnesota. The monument commemorates the role played by Companies B and C of the 5th Regiment Minnesota Volunteer Infantry in defending the fort against the Sioux attack under Little Crow from August 18 to August 27, 1862. His unit served in this capacity at several forts along the frontier until rejoining the rest of the regiment at Oxford, Mississippi in December 1862. His service ended September 6, 1865.

On June 17, 1866, William married Roseanne Bolwine in Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota. Five children were born to this union: Evaline Louise (1869), Agnes Gertrude (1871), Sylvester (1872), Robert Francis (1875), and Rose Ella (1876). Roseanne died January 21, 1885 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota. In May 18, 1885, a few months after William's first wife died, he married Ellen M. Remick (see wedding photo) in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Ellen was born February 24, 1862 in Olmsted County, Minnesota. Nine children were born to this union: Grace Adeline (1887), Ethel Mae (1890), Arthur Melton (1892), Ralph McKinley (1894), Dewey L. (1898), Ernest Lorenzo (1902), Harold Verne (1904), and Iona Lucile (1910). Ellen died November 5, 1917 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.

William Henry Harrison died from a left cerebral hemorrhage on August 15, 1913 in Fergus Falls, Minnesota at the age of 74. He was buried on August 19, 1913 in Royalton, Morrison County, Minnesota.
Contributed by his great granddaughter, Dianne Campbell Cobb
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Chase, William Henry Harrison (I18007)
 
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Birth: 1838 Sugar Creek Twp, Greene Co, Ohio
Death: 1911 Darke Co., Ohio

Family links:
Spouse: Emaline Sackett (1844 - 1921)*

Inscription: Father

Burial: Abbottsville Cemetery, Abbottsville, Darke County
Ohio, USA, Plot: Section 1/2/3/9

Created by: tut
Record added: Jun 29, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72181669
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Sackett, Cyrus (I4617)
 
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https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F6K1-BQ

Emily Sackett

Ohio, County Death Records

Name: Emily Sackett
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 13 Apr 1908
Event Place: Brown Township, Miami, Ohio, United States
Residence Place: Brown Tp.
Gender: Female
Age: 63
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Birth Year (Estimated): 1845
Birthplace: Green Co.

Reference ID: v 4 p 240 , GS Film Number: 550191 , Digital Folder Number: 004016859 , Image Number:
 
Sackett, Emily (I10055)
 

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