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20051 [Possibly Henry Platt Starr]
1880 Census; Adair, Adair, Iowa
FHL Film: 1254325; NA Film No.: T9-0325
Page No.: 1B
Henry P. STARR, Self, M, Male, W, 37, NY, Works In Elevator, CT, MA
Rhoda STARR, Wife, M, Female, W, 43, VT, Keeping House, VT, MA
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~nymonroe/cem/mthope-sec-g.htm
STARR Henry Platt, son of F. & L. A.; 1842 - 1908 
Starr, Henry Platt (I30730)
 
20052 [samuel1.ftw]

1790 Census - Bennington, Vt - Lists himself and wife - 1 son over 15, 2 sons
under 15, & 1 daughter. This list does NOT fit the children whose births he
recorded at Bennington. He is not in Bennington in the 1800 census.

IGI Files list additional children born in Champlain, Clinton Co, NY and there
is a Samuel Hicks there in the 1800 census - so evidently he moved his family
west. There are no marriage records for any of his children in Bennington
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From the research of his descendant, Chris Wallis:
John's son, Samuel, fought in the Battle of Bennington, VT and decided to reside there. In 1786, he married Charity Corbin. She died in 1802. He married a second time to Polly Woodward. They had six children: George, Melancthon, Henry, James, Edward, and a daughter who died young.

He moved to Champlain, NY in 1798, where he kept a public house until 1810. After that, he was a postmaster, Justice of the Peace, judge, and a customhouse officer.

During the War of 1812, Samuel was a commisary and operated so ardently against the British that they had a price on his head.

Samuel died on July 20, 1825.

Chris also found some interesting information on Samuel Hicks (1760-1825).
in a book titled "History of Clinton & Franklin Counties, New York."

This is the information that the book has about him. He moved from
Bennington, VT to Champlain, NY in 1799 and built the first tavern there. He
was subsequently appointed deputy collector, judge of Common Court of Pleas,
etc. The founder of Champlain was his brother-in-law, Judge Pliny Moore.
Pliny Moore married Charity Corbin's sister. Samuel was also a founder of
the First Presbyterian Church and the first newspaper in town as well as
being the owner of the first cook-stove in town.

The book tells of two violent episodes in which Samuel was involved in while
performing his duties as a customs officer. One incident involved a
gun-battle over a contraband raft on the St. Lawrence seaway. Apparently,
the customs officials has seized the quarter-mile long raft and were holding
it on the New York side. The following night, 50 men seized the raft and
started down the river toward Canada. The Vermont militia, who were there to
guard the raft with Samuel and the customs officials ordered the men to
surrender the raft. When they refused a fierce gun-battle started in which,
legend says, a thousand shots were fired.

According to reports, Samuel fled from the battle by rowing down the river in
a potash kettle. The fact was that he feared for his life and had two of his
men row him from the battle in a small boat. Several threats had been made
on his life, because of his stiff enforcement of the hated non-intercourse
law. This is probably the source of the family story that there was a price
on his head because of this operations against the British.

The second incident took place on the night of June 25, 1808, when a revenue
cutter was stolen from under the eyes of the customs officials. The men who
had stolen the boat were hiding by disguising themselves as women. When
Samuel finally confronted one of the disguised men, he was told by the man to
prepare to die. The next morning, a coffin was found at Samuel's door. 
Hicks, Samuel (I4997)
 
20053 [samuel1.ftw]

Moved to Southfield,MI in 1844 (also a Mrs. Ann R. Hicks in 1865) 
Hicks, Melancton Woolsey (I5006)
 
20054 [Source Kenneth L. Williams, 1962 family tree.] from Brian Williams. Williams, Francis (I24428)
 
20055 [Source Kenneth L. Williams, 1962 family tree.] from Brian Williams. Williams, Emma (I24430)
 
20056 [Source Kenneth L. Williams, 1962 family tree.] from Brian Williams. Williams, Baby Boy (I24431)
 
20057 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Emily Amelia (I19681)
 
20058 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Frances Parthena (I19682)
 
20059 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Flora Ellen (I19684)
 
20060 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Homer (I19685)
 
20061 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Minerva Sackett (I19686)
 
20062 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Chandler, Mary (I19693)
 
20063 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Family F7387
 
20064 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Family F7388
 
20065 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Family F7389
 
20066 [Supplied by: Alyce Beggs]
OBITUARY

On Saturday last, Ella Mary, daughter of F. P. and D. A. Antle, aged 10 years, 7 months and 10 days, passed from life into death, after an illness of several days. The disease was diphtheria in its most virulent form. All that medical skill could devise was done to give her relief; (she was visited by every physician in the city) but all in vain - Death, who "loves a shining mark," had marked her for his own, and after suffering intense agony, she passed away as above. The funeral services, Rev. R. D. Miller, of the C. P. church, officiating, were held at the Presbyterian church, Monday, at 1:30 p.m., and were attended by one of the largest congregations ever assembled there, after which the remains were interred in Rose Hill cemetery, and were followed to their last resting place by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends of the family. Our little friend has gone, no more will she run with willing feet to meet the loved ones left behind; never again on earth will the smiling and beautiful face cast a ray of sunshine around her; her childish prattle will never again enliven the family circle, or mingle mirthfully with that of her young friends and associates. The little feet are still in death; the beauteous face and form lie cold and silent in the tomb, there to wait the summons which shall call it forth to be united with the loved ones left behind in an everlasting and glorified existence on the shores of the beautiful river which lies beyond the dark valley and shadow of death. And that voice, though stilled on earth, will be trained by angelic minstrels above to join the sweet chorus of the heavenly choir, who sing in that better land. In the death of our little friend we have another evidence that the grim monster Death is no respector of persons. His cold and icy hand clasps that of the king upon his throne, and the beggar in his hovel with the same relentless grasp. He respects neither age or sex, bond or free. The sturdy oak, that has braved the blast of many winters, and the beautiful flower, just opening its tiny petals to shed its beauty and fragrance on the landscape, alike bow before his approach, and fall in dust and ashes at his feet.

(Ella Mary Antle 3/26/1868-I 1/23/1878 - Daughter of Dr. Francis P. and Dorcas Mosteller Antle, Granddaughter of Michael and Mary Ann Buchanan Antle)
Copied from pages 80/81 of the:
Genealogical Abstracts From Newspaper Petersburg Observer Illinois July 13 thru December 28, 1878
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Ella Mary Antle
Birth: Apr., 1868; Illinois, USA
Death: Nov. 23, 1878; Illinois, USA
Burial:
Rose Hill Cemetery, Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois, USA

Daughter of Dorcas & Francis.

Family links:
Parents:
Francis P. Antle (1824 - 1890)
Dorcas Ann Mostellar Antle (1832 - 1895)

Created by: F Jacks
Record added: Apr 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26495103
Headstone picture added by: Janice Bonilla 
Antle, Ella Mary (I4120)
 
20067 [The following 1910 census is very difficult to read. Justin is indexed as Julia.]
Year: 1910; Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T624_1689; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 118; Image: 537.
May 3, 1910 183/186
Sackett, Flora M, Daughter, F, W, 3/12, West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia
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Year: 1920;Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T625_1963; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 604.
January 27-28, 1920
Old Bluefield Princeton Road
Sackett, Flora M, Daughter, F, W, 10, West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia, None 
Sackett, Flora Margaret (I30833)
 
20068 [The following 1910 census is very difficult to read. Justin is indexed as Julia.]
Year: 1910; Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T624_1689; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 118; Image: 537.
May 3, 1910 183/186
Sackett, Julia H, Daughter, F, W, 8, West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia
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Year: 1920;Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T625_1963; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 604.
January 27-28, 1920
Old Bluefield Princeton Road
Sackett, Julia H, Daughter, F, W, 18, West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia, None 
Sackett, Julia Henrietta (I30831)
 
20069 [The following 1910 census is very difficult to read. Justin is indexed as Julia.]
Year: 1910; Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T624_1689; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 118; Image: 537.
May 3, 1910 183/186
Sackett, Justin T Jr, Son, M, W, 5, West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia
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Year: 1920;Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T625_1963; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 604.
January 27-28, 1920
Old Bluefield Princeton Road
Sackett, Justin T, Son, M, W, 15, West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia, None 
Sackett, Justin Thomas (I30818)
 
20070 [The following 1910 census is very difficult to read. Justin is indexed as Julia.]
Year: 1910; Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T624_1689; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 118; Image: 537.
May 3, 1910 183/186
Sackett, Sallie R, Wife, F, W, 38, M1 9, 4, 4, West Virginia, Virginia, Virginia
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Year: 1920;Census Place: Beaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia;
Roll: T625_1963; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 604.
January 27-28, 1920
Old Bluefield Princeton Road
Sackett, Sallie R, Wife, F, W, 48, M, West Virginia, Virginia, Virginia, None
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Indexed under Sarrett
Year: i1930/i; Census Place: iBeaver Pond, Mercer, West Virginia/i; Roll: i2546/i; Page: i19A/i; Enumeration District: i13/i; Image: i523.0/i.
April 28, 1930
Old Bluefield-Princeton Road
333/342
Sackett, Sallie R, Wife, F, W, 58, M, 29, West Virginia, Virginia, Virginia, none
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http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcsearch.aspx
West Virginia State Department of Health - Division of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No. 8078
Place of Death: County: Mercer, City or town: Princeton (rural) [Bluefield-Princeton Road]
Full Name: Sarah Elizabeth Sackett
Veteran: No; Social Security: No
Date of Death: June 12, 1948 at 5:30 A. M.
Cause of Death: Nephritis
Signed by Dr. W. H. Carr, D. O.
Name of Husband: Justin Sackett, age 80
Birth date of deceased: Sept. 5, 1871; Age: 76 years, 9 months, 7 days
Birthplace: Princeton (Rural) W. Va.
Occupation: Housewife
Father's Name: Joseph T. Hetherington; Birthplace: Princeton, W. Va. (Rural)
Mother's Name: Juliet Carr; Birthplace: Princeton, W. Va. (Rural)
Informant: Bertie Lee Carr, Address: Bluefield, W. Va.
Burial: June 13, 1948 Montevista Cemetery, B & P Road 
Hetherington, Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" (I30825)
 
20071 [There is a conflict in the year of birth for Whitman S. Mead between p. 288, as Apr. 17, 1841, and p. 393, as 1845]
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1800 Census; Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
FHL Film: 1254097; NA Film No.: T9-0097
Page No.: 481D
[in his father's household]
Whitman Sackett MEAD, Son, M, Male, W, 38, CT, Farmer, CT, CT
Sarah Sackett MEAD, DauL, M, Female, W, 35, NY, At Home, CT, CT
Julia Belcher MEAD, GDau, S, Female, W, 5, CT, --, CT, NY
Clara Belcher MEAD, GDau, S, Female, W, 2, CT, --, CT, NY 
Mead, Whitman Sackett (I6628)
 
20072 [This appears to have the date of the Marriage License]
Groom's Name: Ervin P. Sargent
Groom's Birth Date: 1835
Groom's Birthplace: Goffstown NH
Groom's Age: 30
Groom's Name: Ervin P. Sargent
Groom's Birth Date: 1835
Groom's Birthplace:
Groom's Age: 30
Bride's Name: Sarah J. Sackett
Bride's Birth Date: 1846
Bride's Birthplace:
Bride's Age: 19
Marriage Date: 21 Aug 1865
Marriage Place: Goffstown, Hillsborough, New Hampshire
Groom's Father's Name:
Groom's Mother's Name:
Bride's Father's Name:
Bride's Mother's Name:
Groom's Race:
Groom's Marital Status:
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race:
Bride's Marital Status:
Bride's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I00483-3
System Origin: New Hampshire-EASy
Source Film Number: 2168794
Reference Number: Item 1, p104
Collection: New Hampshire Marriages, 1720-1920
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[This appears to have the date of the Marriage]
Bride's Name: Sarah J. Hackett
Bride's Birth Date: 1846
Bride's Birthplace:
Bride's Age: 19
Marriage Date: 03 Sep 1865
Marriage Place: Manchester, New Hampshire
Groom's Father's Name: Enoch P. Sargent
Groom's Mother's Name:
Bride's Father's Name:
Bride's Mother's Name:
Groom's Race: White
Groom's Marital Status:
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race: White
Bride's Marital Status:
Bride's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02907-6
System Origin: New Hampshire-EASy
Source Film Number: 1001308
Reference Number:
Collection: New Hampshire Marriages, 1720-1920 
Family F11598
 
20073 [Thompson] fam. 22. Jacob & Esther (Mansfield) Thompson:
1 Esther, b c. 1773, bp 2 Jan 1774 NHC2, d 21 FEb 1821 . 48 HT3; m 20 June 1803 NHC1-Aaron Bradley.
2 Frances, bp 16 Oct 1774 NHC2, d 26 Aug 1776 . 2 NHT1.
3 Son, b & d 2 Sep 1776 NHT1.
4 Margaret Arnold, bp 5 Oct 1777 NHC2, d 5 Oct 1850 . 73 NHT1.
5 Henry, bp 28 Mar 1779 NHC2, d 1 July 1780 . 2 NHT1.
6 Frances, bp 14 Oct 1781 NHC2; m -- Bulkley of N.Y. State.
7 Mary, bp 23 Nov 1783 NHC2.
8 Elizabeth, b c. 1785, d 6 Dec 1834 . 49 NHT1; m Hezekiah Hotchkiss.
9 Maria; m -- Atwater of Canandaigua, N.Y. - [Jacobus, p1757-9]
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HeritageQuest
1820 > NEW YORK > ONTARIO > MILO
Series: M33 Roll: 62 Page: 132
Robert Buckley
Census: 110 201 - 200 21
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HeritageQuest
1830; NEW YORK; YATES; MILO
Series: M19; Roll: 117; Page: 229
Robert Buckley [age 50-60]
Census: 011 010 110 000 0 - 020 200 000 000 0
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Frances (Thompson) Buckley
Birth: Oct., 1781; New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
Death: 1825; Yates County, New York, USA

Frances Thompson married Robert Buckley of Milo, in October, 1820 [Geneva Gazette]. She died about 1825 after giving birth to one son and two daughters. Her son, Dr. Jacob Thompson Buckley followed the profession of his uncle, Dr. Jeremaih Atwater of Canandaigua, Ontario County.
Although the burial location of Frances is not certain, there is an "Uninscribed" headstone in the Robert Buckley plot in the City Hill Cemetery.

Family links
Parents:
Jacob Thompson (1745 - 1807)
Esther Thompson (1746 - 1828)
Spouse:
Robert Buckley (1773 - 1849)
Children:
Jacob Thompson Buckley (1821 - 1910)
Margaret Buckley Pitts (1824 - 1878)

Burial:
City Hill Cemetery, Penn Yan, Yates County, New York, USA
Robert Buckley Plot

Created by: Thurmon King
Record added: Nov 30, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 139440662 
Thompson, Frances (I34146)
 
20074 [Weygant gives Huckelberry's name as DAVID and as DANIEL] Huckelberry, David (I10670)
 
20075 [Weygant, p. 304] Family F203
 
20076 [will dated 11 Oct. 1718, pro. 8 Nov. 1718] [JRD 505] Alsop, Capt. Richard (I7217)
 
20077 _

Notes & Citations
1.GRO Indexes to Births, 1837 to date (National Archives), "Sep qtr 1868. Sackett, Annie Catherine D. Brentford. 3a:67."
2.Email from Sheila Phythian to Chris Sackett, 23 July 2007.
3.GRO Indexes to Marriages, 1837 to date (National Archives), "Sep qtr 1894, Sackett, Annie Catherine D, St Geo East. 1c:554."
4.GRO Indexes to Marriages, 1837 to date (FreeBMD), "Sep qtr 1894, Baylis, Edward, St Geo East. 1c:554."
5.Email from Sheila Phythian to Chris Sackett, 23 July 2007, date of marriage.
6.1871 Census for England & Wales, RG10/1313/f130
Fern Lane, Heston, Middlesex
Benjamin Sackett, head, married, 36, Independent minister, b. Hythe, Kent
Elizabeth Sackett, wife, 35, b. Hythe
Benjamin Richard Sackett, son, 11, scholar, b. Hythe
Elizabeth Sarah Sackett, dau, 10, scholar, b. Hythe
Emily Lucy Sackett, dau, 8, scholar, b. Hythe
Harry Lee Sackett, son, 5, scholar, b. Harefield, Middlesex
Annie Catherine Dorothy Sackett, dau, 2, b. Ealing, Middlesex.
7.The recording of "Dorothy" rather than "Dowker" as Annie's third given name is probably an error by the census taker.
8.1881 Census for England & Wales, 7 Trinity Terrace, Stepney, Middlesex
Benjamin SACKETT, head, M, 46, Indep. Minister, Ebenezer Chapel, Watney St., b. Hythe, Kent
Elizabeth SACKETT, wife, M, 45, b. Hythe
Elizabeth S SACKETT, dau, U, 20, b. Hythe
Emily Lucy SACKETT, dau, U, 17, b. Hythe
Annie C D SACKETT, dau, 12, b. Ealing, Middlesex
Blanche E SACKETT, dau, 9, b. Heston, Middlesex
George W SACKETT, son, 8, b. Langford, Oxford
John W SACKETT, son, 6, b. Langford
Martin L SACKETT, son, 4, b. Langford
Robert M SACKETT, son, 11m, b. Bow, Middlesex
RG11/484/f86.
9.1891 Census for England & Wales, RG12/293/f9
14 Albert Square, Stepney, Middlesex
Benjamin Sackett, head, M, 56, Congr. minister, b. Hythe, Kent
Elizabeth Sackett, wife, M, 55, b. Hythe
Annie C D Sackett, dau, 22, b. Heston, Middlesex
Blanche E Sackett, dau, 19, b. Heston
George Whit. Sackett, son, 18, shipbroker's clerk (empd), b. Langford, Oxford
John Wesley Sackett, son, 16, shipbroker's clerk (empd), b. Langford
Martin Luther Sackett, son, 14, stationer's assist., b. Langford
Robert M Sackett, son, 10, b. Bow, London.
_____________________________________ 
Sackett, Annie Catherine Dowker (I16779)
 
20078 _MILT BET. 13 JAN 1862 - 4 JAN 1863
served in Civil War: co. B, 10th MI Calvary
S004374
PAGE Vol. 7, pg. 89

"Martin Sackett, Enlisted in Co. I, Seventh Inf. Jan 13, 1862, at Detroit, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered Jan. 13, 1862. Wounded in action at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate of disability at Baltimore, MD, Jan. 4, 1863."
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Sackett, Charles
Year: 1850; State: MI; County: Wayne; Township: Redford
Roll: M432_366tabPage: 520
144/149
Sackett, Martin V. B., 10, m, --, MI
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1870 Census, Redford Twp., Wayne Co., MI
Roll 709-710; Page336R; 16 June 1870
13/13
Sacket, Martin, 29, M, W, works on farm, MI
Sacket, Susan, 25, F, W, keeping house, MI
Sacket, Nelly, 2, F, W, ---, MI
Sacket, Charles, 1, M, W, ---, MI
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1880 Census; Redford, Wayne, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254610; NA Film Number T9-0610
Page Number 323C
Martin SACKETT Self M Male W 40 MI Laborer NY NY
Susen SACKETT Wife M Female W 35 MI Keeps House NY NY
Nellie SACKETT Dau S Female W 13 MI At School MI MI
Olivia SACKETT Dau S Female W 8 MI At School MI MI
Eva SACKETT Dau S Female W 6 MI At Home MI MI
Cora SACKETT Dau S Female W 4 MI At Home MI MI
Ettie SACKETT Dau S Female W 2 MI At Home MI MI
David SACKETT Son S Male W 6M MI At Home MI MI
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1894, living in Redford, Wayne Co., MI 
Sackett, Martin VanBuren (I13788)
 
20079 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9545
 
20080 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9550
 
20081 _UID1904E08C75D02E46AD391CA51866C70634D4 Family F4441
 
20082 _UID2128395FA5ECA1409D2358324218B29C45FA Family F4442
 
20083 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9552
 
20084 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9549
 
20085 _UID525144E3D543944393558E006DD7CB3B7967 Family F9542
 
20086 _UID55D45C777A4F4548B9DAA91E78784A0AF056 Family F9543
 
20087 _UID5AEF414DD1593A4193DCE16B1C74732E681D Family F9556
 
20088 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9547
 
20089 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9553
 
20090 _UID712BE2CEB596714288C1CC599D919A48C8C0 Family F9548
 
20091 _UIDA4FAFEE4340BFE4E9010AF36B52F18EE7A88 Family F9554
 
20092 _UIDAC18EFA78E309440A5F604F1682F9C4AF9D3 Family F9555
 
20093 _UIDBEC24B55BC499241999E508FB60F25DED68B Family F7735
 
20094 _UIDCCBBEB32E12261478BA02D464E4305A12434 Family F9544
 
20095 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9551
 
20096 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9546
 
20097 _UIDE25FAADD5E5C1C499F4604AA14439AF05BC4 Family F9557
 
20098 ___________

Myrl Mae Sackett, daughter of Columbus Dellino "C D" Sackett and Emma Maria Hughes, was born in Swifton, Jackson County, Arkansas, on 18 March 1899.2 She died aged 91 in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, on 24 November 19903 and was buried in Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas.3 She married in Jonesboro on 13 April 1921, John Fletcher "Fletch" Dowdy.3 He was born in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina, on 15 November 18963 and died aged 90 in Jonesboro on 18 November 1986.3


Children of Myrl Mae Sackett and John Fletcher "Fletch" Dowdy
i.Dellino Fletcher Dowdy b. 13 Dec 1921, d. 21 May 2005
ii.Virginia Merle Dowdy b. 23 Jul 1929, d. 23 Aug 2006
iii.Jack Dowdy b. 31 Mar 1941, d. 5 Apr 1941


Descendants Sackett Family Association descendants of Myrl Mae Sackett and John Fletcher "Fletch" Dowdy:
Michelle Marolis.

Charts Descendants of Columbus Dellino "C D" Sackett
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Notes & Citations
1.Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, not recorded.
2.Email from Michelle Marolis to Chris Sackett, 5 June 2008, citing Emma Maria Hughes' family bible.
3.Email from Michelle Marolis to Chris Sackett, 5 June 2008.
 
Sackett, Myrl Mae (I63811)
 
20099 ____________

Nancy S Davis, daughter of Matthias Davis and Sarah Ann Sackett, was born in Franklin County, Indiana, on 15 October 18462 and was buried in Morgan Cemetery, Kent.3 She died aged 86 in Kent, Union County, Iowa, in 1932.3

Charts Descendants of Sarah Ann (Sackett) Davis

Reference 9Q.7


Notes & Citations
1.Thurmon King's database, citing Deloris Adkins Schwarz, e-mail address.
2.Matthias & Sarah Ann (Sackett) Davis, Family Bible Records, "Nancy S Davis was born October the 15th in the year of our Lord AD 1846 in the State of Indiana in Frankling Co."
3.Matthias & Sarah Ann (Sackett) Davis, Family Bible Records, "age 86 years/ Last entry made by Nancy Davis (my great aunt) who died sometime around 1932. All are in Morgan Cemetery Kent, Iowa. ... [Signed] Bethania Edith Metcalfe."
 
Davis, Nancy S. (I22647)
 
20100 _______________

George S Davis, son of Matthias Davis and Sarah Ann Sackett, was born in Lucas County, Iowa, on 27 April 1854.2 He died in Kent, Union County, Iowa, on 19 October 1929.3

Charts Descendants of Sarah Ann (Sackett) Davis

Reference 9Q.7


Notes & Citations
1.Thurmon King's database, citing Deloris Adkins Schwarz, e-mail address.
2.Matthias & Sarah Ann (Sackett) Davis, Family Bible Records, "George S Davis was born April the 27th in the year of our Lord AD 1854 in the State of Iowa in Lucas Co."
3.Matthias & Sarah Ann (Sackett) Davis, Family Bible Records, "George S Davis son of Matthias and Sarah Ann Davis departed this October the 19, 1929."
 
Davis, George S. (I22650)
 

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