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20051 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21736)
 
20052 «b»U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Name:«/b»Jane C. McCandless«b» Gender:«/b»female «b» Birth Year:«/b»1806 «b» Spouse Name:«/b»John Humes Thompson «b» Spouse Birth Place:«/b»PA «b» Spouse Birth Year:«/b»1798 «b» Marriage Year:«/b»1832 «b» Number Pages:«/b»1 
Family F5593
 
20053 «b»VOL. II ABSTRACT of PROBATE RECORDS FOR THE DISTRICT OF STAMFORD,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, AND STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1803-1848.«/b»
«b»Mead,«/b» Rachel [daughter of Deliverance Mead and Abigail Howe], late of Greenwich, widow of Richard Mead [and Whitman Mead], will dated Sept. 19, 1831, probated Oct. 21, 1831, mentioned her sons Whitman Mead, and Zophar Mead; Araminta, Mary Elizabeth and Sarah Amelia, children of said Zophar Mead; grandchildren Grace and Henrietta, children of said Whitman Mead; grandchildren Amos Mead, Richard Edward, Theodore, and Sarah Elizabeth, children of Joseph Brush; grandson William Henry Sackett, a son of John Sackett, and also Rachel Elizabeth, Abigail Sarah, and Mary Ann, granddaughters and daughters of said John Sackett; grandchildren and children of said John Sackett, viz: Henry L., Rachel Elizabeth, Whitman Mead, Abigail Sarah, Mary Ann, and Thomas Mead. Executor Jonas Howe. Witnesses Sarah Mead, and Jabez Mead, page 403. Oct. 21, 1831, order to advertise for claims, page 404. Inventory taken by Isaac Mead, Jr., and Alvan Mead, and filed Dec. 10, 1831, page 404 
Mead, Rachel (I6665)
 
20054 «b»Wilford SACKITT «/b»- U.S. Social Security Death Index
Birth: 7 May 1921 State Where Number was Issued: Michigan Death: «b»20 Sep 2002«/b» 
Sackitt, Wilford E. (I34250)
 
20055 «i»American Biographical History of Eminent and Self-Made Men with Portrait Illustrations on Steel«/i»; Michigan Volume; Cincinnati: Western Biographical Publishing Company; 1878; Page 312
Representative Men Of Michigan, The Seventh Congressional District; page 20
Sackett, Judge Thomas Lorenzo, of Mt. Clemmens, a descendant of General Stark, was born at Pittsford, Monroe County, New York, November 2, 1819. He was the son of Ralph and Polly (Stark) Sackett. His education was received in the common schools of Macomb County, Michigan. He was thrown upon his own resources in boyhood, and early developed self-reliance and independence. He possesed a mechanical genius; and, for a few years, worked at the carpenter's trade. Immediately after leaving school, he contracted to build certain bridges over the Clinton River, near Mt. Clemens; and then undertook the manufacture od suction pumps, at Frederick, Michigan, and at Dayton, Ohio. He was Whig; but, on the organization of the Republican party, he joined its ranks, and remained a steadfast worker in its interests until his death. In 1864 he was elected Register of Deeds for Macomb County, and was re-elected in 1866. In 1868 he was elected, on the Republican ticket, Judge of Probate; and held that position at the time of his death, which occurred in 1875. He was repeatedly Supervisor of his town, -- his superior knowledge and experience of values rendering him a popular candidate for the office. He was an efficient and diligent public servant. As Judge of Probate, he was the friend of the widow, and gave his advice and shaped his decisions, as far as possible, in her favor. His hand was always upon the poor; his whold life was one of charitable acts. He never questioned any one who applied to him for assistance, and lent his credit without hesitation whenever the favor was asked; yet such was his industry and good judgement, that he left a competence for his family. He was a warm friend, -- any person possessing his conficence could command all he possessed. Quiet and reserved in all his habits, he despised any thing like show in conduct or personal attire. He was very social and fond of games; particularly draughts, which he played with remarkable skill. After a year of suffering, he died of heart-disease. His funeral was attended by the civic societies and the people at large. Members of a German Workingmen's Society, bearing flags draped in mouning, were present in the procession. One motto which they carried, "Honor to him who has earned it," was at the last moment, laid by loving hands upon his coffin, and lowered into the grave. February 6, 1855, Judge Sackett married Mary Bingham, of Perry, New York.
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Year: 1850; State: MI; County: Macomb; Township: Clinton
Roll: M432_357«tab» Page: 111«tab»Image: 111
788/799
Campbell, Willaim M.«tab»29 m«tab»pump manufacturer«tab»NY
Campbell, Mary E. «tab»25 f«tab» «tab»NY
Campbell, William S.«tab»2 m«tab» «tab»MI
Sacket, Thomas «tab»28 m«tab»pump maker«tab»NY
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From Mary Lou Sackett:
1: Education: in the common schools of Macomb Co., MI
2: Republican later, Whig first
3: Bet. 1864 - 1866, Register of Deeds for Macomb Co., MI
4: Bet. 1868 - 1875, Elected Judge of Probate
5: Lived in house at corner of Grant & Church Sts. (Source: Steven & Kris Hamick, "Electronic," ..."I know Judge Sackett lived on Church & Grant (Grant is now called South).( T.L. Sackett (N corner of Church/Grant) |my place | <- Grant (now called South Av)Where Judge Sackett used to live is now the football field. Sadly, nearly all the great old homes of the original pioneers are gone, except for the Crocker House which is like the Mount Clemen's museum....")
6: Occupation: Carpenter, contracted to build certain bridges over the Clinton River, near Mt. Clemens, MI
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(1)"After a year of suffering, he died of heart disease. His funeral was attened by the civic societies and the people at large.",
(2) "Thomas Sackett, d. 7-15-1875, male, age 55, dropsy, heart. Parents Ralph & Mary."
(Sources: (1) American Biographical History of Eminent and Self-Made Men with Portrait Illustrations on Stell, Vol. I-II, "; (2) Macomb Co., MI Death Index 1872-1876, )
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"...according to the Burial records located at the library in Mt. Clemens. "[Sec. A] Lot Number 136. *1. Thomas L. Sackett d. 15 July 1875 age 45 yrs. 8 mo.*2. Mary Sackett d. 31 May 1899 age 67 yrs. 10mo...". (Source: Steven & Kris Hamick, "Electronic," )
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Thomas [L.] Sackett
Birth: 1829
Death: Jul. 15, 1875
Burial:
Clinton Grove Cemetery, Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan, USA
Plot: Section A

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Sackett, Judge Thomas Larenzo (I517)
 
20056 «i»Arizona Daily Star«/i» Tucxon, Arizona
Obituaries
CONWAY, Ruth M., 83, passed away April 23, 2002 at Yuma Regional Medical Center. She was born in Tucson, AZ, to J.F. ``Pop'' and Ada S. McKale on August 29, 1918.
Ruth was raised in Tucson and graduated from Tucson High School and the University of Arizona. She graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Physical Education and Vocal Music and her MA in Education. While attending the U of A, she served as Student Body Secretary and Junior Class Secretary. Ruth was a member of MortarBoard, Spurs, FST, AWF Council, SAI, ``A'' Club, Phi Beta Kappa, Who's Who in America and Delta Gamma Fraternity at the University. Following graduation she taught at Roscrooge Junior High School, Tucson High School and the University of Arizona.
Ruth married her husband of 58 years, Raymond W. Conway in 1943. They moved to Yuma in 1947. She was active in Assistance League, Chapter AG-PEO, Yuma County Historical Society and St. Paul's Episcopal Church where he was a member of the choir, choir director and soloist, President of ECW, Senior Warden and Mardi Gras Queen. Ruth also served on the Library Board, Burn Commission and as Yuma Memorial Gift Chairman of the American Heart Association for 25 years. She was founding member and president of the Yuma U of A Alumni Association.
She is survived by her husband, Ray, of the home; daughters, Barbara (Gary) Major of Yuma and Elaine Conway of Salinas, CA; grandchildren, Garth (Angela) Major of Tallahassee, FL and Bethany Major of Tucson; and great-granddaughter, Eveline Ruth; sisters, Elizabeth M. Thomas of Tucson and Marian M. Garrett of Coolidge; also numerous nieces and nephews. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, and son, James McKale Conway.
Funeral service will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Monday, April 29, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. Fr. Tom Phillips will officiate. Burial will take place in Evergreen Cemetery, Tucson, at 4:30 p.m.
Pallbearers will be Gary Major, Garth Major, David Maehling, Tom Goodwin James D. Garrett, Jr., and James D. Garrett III. Honorary Bearers include Elizabeth Carpenter, Bonnie Copeland, Myrtle Stewart, Earl Stewart, Bethany Major, Vickie Sixta, Yvonne Cano, Susan Neumann, Mary Goodwin, Estrella Velarde, Carl Atnip, and Kip Weinberg.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1550 S. 14th Ave., Yuma, AZ, 85364, or Yuma U of A Alumni Scholarship Fund, P O Box 6900, Yuma, AZ 85366-6900.
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Arizona State Board of Health; Bureau of Vital Statistics
Original Certificate of Birth; State Index No. 472; Co. Register No. 1240
Place of Birth: St. Mary's Hospital, Tucson, Pima County
Full Name of Child: Ruth Sackett McKale; Female; Number in order of births: 2; Legitimate
Date of Birth: Aug 29 1918
Father: J. F. McKale
Residence: 926 N. Euclid Ave., Tucsn, Az.
Color: White; Age at last birthday: 31 years
Birthplace: Michigan
Occupation: Coach University Ariz.
Mother: Ada Sackett
Residence: 926 N. Euclid Ave., Tucsn, Az
Color: White; Age at last Birthday: 30 years
Birthplace: Michigan
Occupation: Housewife
Number of child of this mother: 2
Number of Children, of this mother, now living: 2
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Ruth (McKale) Conway
Birth: Aug. 29, 1918
Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
Death: Apr. 23, 2002
Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona, USA

Burial:
Evergreen Memorial Park, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA

Created by: Corolla Hoag
Record added: Apr 28, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6376681
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McKale, Ruth Sackett (I65022)
 
20057 «i»Married:«/i» 25 DEC 1877 in Pittsgrove, NJ «i»Marriage fact:«/i» 25 DEC 1877 in Olivet Pittsgrove Salem County NJ «i»Note:«/i» Married at Olivet Pittsgrove Salem County, NJ by Rev. Albert Matthews. Both lived in Pittsgrove at the time Family F5695
 
20058 «i»Note:«/i» Had six children two by first marriage, one by second, three by third Nieukirk / Newkirk, Enoch (I31553)
 
20059 «i»Note:«/i» Had two daughters by first marriage. Nieukirk, John (I31562)
 
20060 «i»Note:«/i» Married Huldah Bennett according to Moore geneology, but family Bible in possession of C.M. Williams of Phila., PA states he married Hannah Dare Bennet, Huldah (I29624)
 
20061 «i»Suffield, Connecticut Congregational Church Records, 1710\endash 1836.«/i» (Online database. «i»NewEnglandAncestors.org.«/i» New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: Records of the Congregational church in Suffield, Conn. (except church votes) 1710-1836, by First Congregational Church (Suffield, Conn.) Hartford, Connecticut Historical Society, 1941.
1811 Nov'r 20 Daniel Sacket & Triphena Loomis; Marriage
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Fred Sackett has her name as Tryphenia Hodge
[Headstone reads: "Tryphena Hodge; formerly wife of Daniel Sackett Died: Sept 10, 1849 aged 60] 
Loomis, Tryphenia (I2273)
 
20062 «i»The History of Ulster County, New York«/i»; Volume 2; Edited by Alphonso t. Clearwater, LL.D.; Published by W. J. Van Deusen; KIngston, New York; 1907
P. 566 The County of Ulster
CHARLES F. CANTINE - Judge Charles F. Cantine, eldest son of Peter and Sarah A. (Starin) Cantine, was born at Saugerties, November 4, 1858. He received his prepatoratory education at Saugerties Academy and graduated from Rutgers College in 1880. He then entered Columbia Law School, and n May, 1882, was admitted to the bar at Ithaca, N. Y. In the same year he opened an office in Rondout and began practice as a member of the firm of P. & C. F. Cantine. In 1892 and 1893 he was a member of the Republican State Committee and was chariman of the Repuplican County Committee of Ulster Cournty during 1893 and 1894. In November, 1895, he was elected district attorney, holding the office nine years. In 1904 he was elected judge of Ulster County, and in administering the duties of his present office he has demonstrated his ability as a learned and impartial arbiter of the law.
He was married December 21, 1882, to Mary C. Sheffield, of Saugerties. She died February 27, 1889, leaving a daughter, Agnes L. September 1, 1893, he married Mary E., daughter of James Post, of Brookhaven, N. Y.
Judge Cantine is a direct descendant of Moses Cantine, the Huguenot, who married Elizabeth Deyo and New Paltz in 1691. Peter Cantine, father of our subject, was the eldest of the family, representing the sixth generation. He was born in the town of Margletown, Ulster County, in 1831. At the age of twenty-one he began the study of law, and was admitted to the bar in 1855. He began practice in the villageo f Saugerties and was eminently successful as an attorney and counsellor-at-law. He was admitted to practice in the District and Circuit Courts as well as the Supreme Court of the United States, and obtained favorable decisions in some of the most intircate and important litigations in Ulster County and on appealt to the appllate courts. In his death, which occurred December 21, 1900, the bar and county lost a man of sterling worth.
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«i»Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association; The Thirteenth Annual Meeting, with Constitution, By-laws and List of Members«/i»; Volume 11; Published by the New York State Historical Association; 1912
pgs. 291-293
Charles Freeman Cantine; Died July 14, 1912
[Same information as found in the article above down to his marriage to Mary E. Post]
His wife and daughter survive him
He was a trustee of the New York State Historical Association, the Kingston City Library, Kingston Academy and the Industrial Home of Kingston; vice-president of the Kingston Club, member of the University and Manhattan Clubs of New York, Saugerties Club, Winnisook Club, Rondout Club, Twaalfskill Club, Ulster County Bar Association, State Charities Aid Association, Holland Society of New York, Sons of the American Revolution, Huguenot society of America, Rondout Lodge, No. 343, Free and Accepted Masons, and the First Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston.
Mere Dates and names do not record the story of his busy and useful life. He was public spririted, kind hearted and gentle. He spent his time in investigating cases brought to his attention as District Attorney, and County Judge, as Trustee of the INdustrial Home and in his capacity as a private citizen, and day after day in each succeeding year was spent by him in trying to alleviate the contition of the unfortuante, especially children whose parents were incapable or unwilling to care for them properly. He possessed a keen sense of Justice, was uniformly fair and impartial, and as a jurist at the bar or on the bench he los sight of personalities in his search for the truth and the application of pronciple, both legal and moral. His simplicity and modesty were memarkable. He had old-fashione ideas regarding honesty and morality, and in a quiet and unobstrusive way he instilled these ideas into others mst effectively.
Judge Cantne was a deep student of history; he sought the facts that he might analyze them, and in historical as well as in all other matters his constant desire was to reach the truth. His historiacal addresses were broad and comprehensive, filled with fact, and through his clear and logical analysiss of the motives that prompted the actions of the people, they possessed a human interest equal to the most fascinatng fiction.
His sincerity, his integrity, his ability were unquestioned; he possed public confidence and never abused it. He was loyal to friends, but he was first loyal to truth and what he believed was right.
His funeral, held from the First Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, July 16, was the most largely attended of any man who ever lived in Ulster county. 
Cantine, Judge Charles Freeman (I36382)
 
20063 «i»The Oberln Herald«/i», Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Page 2B
The Oberlin Hearld;
Events of Yesteryear; by Jody Betts
125 Years Ago -- Feb. 1884
Charlie Ayer of Chloride, New Mexico,
was married to Miss Hattie J. Viles of
Muscotah, Kansas, Feb. 5, 1884.
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«i»"Where The Old West Stayed Young"«/i»
Page 85
Charles Ayer married Miss Hattie Vilea in Topeka, Kansas. 
Family F12350
 
20064 «u»1880 Census; Fairview, Republic, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254394; NA Film No.: T9-0394; Page No.: 70D
Albert N. SEE, Self, M, Male, W, 39, NY, Minister, NY, NY
C. A SEE, Wife, M, Female, W, 39, PA, Keeping House, ---, NY
Joseph N. SEE, Son, S, Male, W, 7, IA, At Home, ---, ---
Joseph B. SEE, Other, M, Male, W, 89, NY, Dead, ---, ---
Eliza SEE, Other, W, Female, W, 74, NY, Dead, ---, ---
«/u»
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See Family - Crawford County, PA. - Starting in 1850
Descendants of Joseph Bishop See

1 Joseph Bishop See b: February 19, 1790 in Pittstown, New
York d: March 19, 1879 in Fairview Twsp?, Republic County,
Kansas Interment: Republic, Kansas
.. +Eliza Sackette b: December 24, 1805 in Ellery, Chautaugua,
New York m: November 24, 1824 in Chautauge, Chautaugua, New
York d: October 28, 1879 in Fairview Twsp?, Republic County,
Kansas
........ 2 George Fike (Jake) See b: May 05, 1828 in Ellery Twp,
Chautaugua, New York d: April 03, 1878 in Capell, Napa County,
California
............. +Hannah E. Rowley b: Abt. 1829 in New York m:
December 23, 1852 in Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania
................... 3 Mary P. See b: Abt. 1855 in Pennsylvania
........................ +? m: Bef. 1880 in Napa County, California
................... 3 Frank A. See b: Abt. 1860 in Pennsylvania
................... 3 Janette See b: April 29, 1869 in California
................... 3 Isabel See b: January 30, 1872 in California
........ 2 Henry David See b: July 19, 1832 in Ellery Twp,
Chautaugua, New York d: January 30, 1904 in Rome Twsp,
Crawford County, Pennsylvania Interment: Greenwood Cemetery -
Death Certificate says Tryonville Cemetery - have picture of headstone
- Oil Creek Twsp
............. +Melinda Weatherby/Wetherby b: Bet. February 1840
- 1841 in Crawford County, Pennsylvania m: October 05, 1859 in
Crawford County, Pennsylvania d: 1912 in Crawford County,
Pennsylvania Interment: Greenwood Cemetery - Oil Creek Twsp -
Cem No 13
................... 3 Amanda See b: Abt. 1861 in Crawford County, Pennsylvania
................... 3 Melinda See b: Abt. 1864 in Crawford County, Pennsylvania
d: Bet. 1870 - 1880 in Crawford County, Pennsylvania
................... 3 Adelbert (Delbert) Francis See b: October
1872 in Rome Twsp, Crawford County, Pennsylvania d: April 28, 1962
........................ +Hulda Mae Maryott b: March 12, 1878 in
Townville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania m: Abt. 1896 in Crawford
County, Pennsylvania d: July 13, 1943
........ 2 Filer Sackette See b: February 16, 1836 in
Chautauqua, E. New York d: January 28, 1927 in Cumberland,
Thomas County, Kansas Interment: Cumberland Cemetery Thomas
Cty, Kansas - Have copy of obituary
............. +Mary Elizabeth Northrop b: March 29, 1845 in
Warren County, Pennsylvania m: October 29, 1863 in Mageetown
(Titusville), Crawford County, Pennsylvania d: July 18, 1915 in
Cumberland, Thomas County, Kansas Interment: Cumberland
Cemetery - Have picture of headstone and have obituary
................... 3 Luella Alice See b: January 01, 1865 in Dover,
Kent Delaware d: 1869 in Milford, Kent, Delaware
................... 3 Fred Dewight See b: July 20, 1866 in Milford,
Kent, Delaware d: January 21, 1985 in Thomas County, Kansas
Interment: Cumberland Cemetary in Kansas with parents
................... 3 Anna Bell See b: January 09, 1869 in
Delaware d: August 14, 1941 in Cumberland, Thomas, Kansas
Interment: Cumberland Cemtery, Thomas County, Kansas
........................ +Jacob Frederick Kiefer b: October 28, 1864
in Carlsure, Knieling, Germany m: December 15, 1892 in Thomas,
Kansas d: December 08, 1943 in Colby, Republic, Kansas
Interment: Cumberland Cemetary, Thomas Kansas same as Filer See
and Family
................... 3 Viola Sackett See b: September 17, 1871 in
Belleville, Republic, Kansas d: May 18, 1875 in Belleville,
Republic, Kansas
................... 3 Eva Adella See b: July 16, 1873 in Belleville,
Republic, Kansas d: June 22, 1900 in Thomas County, Kansas
Interment: Cumberland Cemtery, Thomas County, Kansas - have
picture of stone
........................ +Marshall Thompson m: Abt. 1900 in
Gem, Thomas, Kansas
................... 3 Alice Nora See b: September 16, 1875 in Idia,
Republic, Kansas d: September 29, 1953 in Denver, Adams,
Colorado Interment: Oct 4, 1953 in Stratton, Kit Carson, CO - Have
obit and funeral memorial card
........................ +Joseph Clark Stewart b: April 29, 1865 in
Lineville, Decatur, Iowa m: September 05, 1897 in Colby, Thomas,
KN d: December 31, 1949 in Denver, Adams, Colorado Interment:
Kirk, Yuma County, Colorado or Stratton
................... 3 Eber Northrop See b: June 10, 1877 in
Republic, Kansas d: October 13, 1961 in Oakley, Republic,
Kansas
........................ +Florence I. Goodyer b: August 26, 1887 in
Phillipsburg, Phillips, Kansas m: May 06, 1907 in Or July 24, 1907
Colby, Thomas, KN
................... 3 Albert Bishop See b: January 15, 1879 in
Republic, Kansas d: November 15, 1884 in Colby, Thomas, KN
Interment: Cumberland Cemetary in Kansas with parents - have
picture of stone
................... 3 Effie Meary See b: June 19, 1881 in
Cumberland, Thomas, Kansas d: 1881 in Cumberland, Thomas,
Kansas Interment: Cumberland Cemtery, Thomas County, Kansas
................... 3 Etta Mae See b: June 19, 1881 in Cumberland,
Thomas, Kansas d: June 30, 1944 in Fort Collins, Colorado
Interment: Cumberland Cemetery, Gem Kansas - have picture of
headstone
........................ +Fredrick (Bill) William Kiefer b: May 02,
1863 in Karlshure, Knieling, Germany m: October 29, 1901 in Gem,
Thomas, Kansas d: February 1947 in Grand Junction, Colorado
Interment: Cumberland Cemetery, Gem Kansas - have picture of
headstone
................... 3 Hattie Grace See b: June 25, 1883 in
Cumberland, Thomas, Kansas d: December 24, 1926 in Kansas
........................ +Lloyd Fouts m: February 16, 1905 in
Republic, Kansas
................... 3 Martha See b: September 23, 1885 in Lacey
Twsp/Cumberland?, Thomas Cty, Kansas d: February 26, 1961 in
Ontario, San Bernadino County, California Interment: MontClair
Crematory Mauseleum- have copy of deah certificate - Stone Funeral
Home handled Funeral and Pomona Crematory - Have copy of Funeral
"In Rememberance" Folder and Newspaper Death Notice
........................ +William John Castor b: February 10, 1882 in
Gentry, Missouri m: October 22, 1905 in Thomas, Kansas d: June
12, 1924 in Los Angeles, California
................... *2nd Husband of Martha See:
........................ +Clyde Conner m: September 22, 1929 in
California?
................... 3 DeEarl See b: October 16, 1887 in
Cumberland, Thomas, Kansas d: April 16, 1961 in Dodge City,
Ford, Kansas
........................ +Susan Pettibone m: May 02, 1903 in
Republic, Kansas
........ 2 Albert Nelson See b: June 28, 1840 in Ellery Twp,
Chautaugua, New York d: December 16, 1924 in Republic,
Kansas Interment: Elmwood Cemetery, Salina, Kansas
............. +Cynthia Ann Northrop b: November 18, 1840 in
Rome, Crawford County, Pennsylvania m: November 18, 1863 in
Warren, Pennsylvania d: June 16, 1902 in Republic, Kansas
................... 3 Joseph Northrup See b: June 17, 1872 in
Tama, Iowa d: November 02, 1948 in Collyer Twsp, Trego County,
Kansas
........................ +Florence Coralyn Purinton b: July 28, 1875
in Lincoln, Vermond m: March 26, 1895 in Kansas d: May 24, 1967
in Dodge City, Kansas
................... 3 Estella E. See b: February 1880 in Fairview
Twsp, Republic County, Kansas
........................ +? Graves 
See, Joseph Bishop (I2941)
 
20065 «u»1880 Census; Fairview, Republic, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254394; NA Film No.: T9-0394; Page No.: 70D
Albert N. SEE, Self, M, Male, W, 39, NY, Minister, NY, NY
C. A SEE, Wife, M, Female, W, 39, PA, Keeping House, ---, NY
Joseph N. SEE, Son, S, Male, W, 7, IA, At Home, ---, ---
Joseph B. SEE, Other, M, Male, W, 89, NY, Dead, ---, ---
Eliza SEE, Other, W, Female, W, 74, NY, Dead, ---, ---
«/u» 
Sacket, Eliza (I2940)
 
20066 «u»1880 Census; «/u»Morgan, Illinois
Film T9-0238
Page 332B
S. F. MOULTON, Self, M, M, W, 46, MS, Farmer, , CT, CT
Martha J. MOULTON, Wife, F, M, W, 39, IL, Keeping House, CT, CT
Herbert MOULTON, Son, M, -, W, 19, IL, Teacher, --, MS, IL
Harvey O. MOULTON, Son, M, -, W, 17, IL, Works On Farm, MS, IL
Elsie MOULTON, Dau, F, -, W, 15, IL, Helps At Home, MS, IL
Jennie L. MOULTON, Dau, F, S, W, 3, IL, --, MS, IL
«b»Julia A. SACKETT, Sister, F, W, W, 40, MI, Helps At Home, CT, CT«/b»
M. J. WADHAMS, MotherL, F, W, W, 70, CT, --, CT, CT
[Julia is sister of S. F. Moulton]
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilmorgan/cemetery/twp-wav_sv.htm
WAVERLY EAST CEMETERY, Waverly, Illinois
T13N-R8W-3PM
Sackett, Julia A. (Moulton), Died, 16 Nov 1882 44 Yr 3 Mo 4 Da, Wife of H.C.[sic]
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilmaga/morgan/cemetery/wav_s.html
Waverly East Cemetery, Morgan County, Illinois
SACKETT, Julia A. (Moulton); 1838; 16 Nov 1882; 44y3m4d; (Wife of H.L. Sackett)
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Find A Grave Memorial
Julia A (Moulton) Sackett
Birth: «tab»Aug. 12, 1838
Michigan, USA
Death: «tab»Nov. 16, 1882
Morgan County
Illinois, USA


Family links:
Parents:
Samuel B Moulton (1801 - 1879)
Lucinda Field Moulton (1804 - 1853)
Spouse:
Harvey Leander Sackett (1832 - 1865)

Burial:
Waverly East Cemetery, Waverly, Morgan County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Alvin Oglesby
Record added: Jan 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83054285
1 of 2 Headstone pictures added by: Connie Clark 
Moulton, Julia A (I19712)
 
20067 «u»«/u»
Obituaries Pike County IL

CORA L. (FRANKLIN) SACKETT , 91 of Pittsfield, died Sunday, August 12, 1984 in Barry Community Care Center. Mrs. Sackett was born April 27, 1893, in Pike county near Nebo, a daughter of Marshall and Hattie Harlow Franklin. She married Mert S. Sackett June 29, 1922, in Pittsfield. He died in 1954. She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Pittsfield. Surviving are four sons, Russell of Pittsfield, Lacy and Willis, both of Los Angeles, Calif., and Willard of Yates City; five daughters, Mary Borrowman of Griggsville, Lula Mae Bradshaw of Barry, Juanita Miller of Pittsfield, and Cora Watts and Myrtle Tharp, both of Nebo; 30 grandchildren; 36 great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 pm today, Wednesday, in Gill-Lummis Funeral Home in Barry, The Rev. Frank Claybourne officiating. Burial will be in Park Lawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Barry Community Care Center or the donor's choice.
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1920 > ILLINOIS > PIKE > PLEASANT HILL
Series: T625 Roll: 401 Page: 255
SD No. 12; ED No. 171; Sheet No. 13A; 24 January, 1920
300/313
Sackett, Cara, Head, F, W, 25, Wd*, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, None
Sackett, Russell, Son, M, W, 8, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, None
Sackett, Lacey, Son, M, W, 5, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, None
Sackett, Anna Belle, Daughter, F, W, 1 2/12, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, None
*Listed as a widow, however, records indicate that she was divorced.
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1930 > ILLINOIS > PIKE > NEW SALEM
Series: T626 Roll: 551 Page: 168
SD No. 20; ED No. 75-28; Sheet No.6B; April 19, 1930
142/143
Sackett, Mert D., Head, M, W, 52, M, 44, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, farmer, General Farm
Sackett, Cora L., Wife, F, W, 36, M, 19, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois, None
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Cora Lula (Franklin) Sackett
Birth: Apr. 27, 1893; Illinois, USA
Death: Aug. 12, 1984; Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, USA

CORA L. (FRANKLIN) SACKETT , 91 of Pittsfield, died Sunday, August 12, 1984 in Barry Community Care Center.

Mrs. Sackett was born April 27, 1893, in Pike county near Nebo, a daughter of Marshall and Hattie Harlow Franklin.

She married Mert S. Sackett June 29, 1922, in Pittsfield. He died in 1954.

She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Pittsfield.

Surviving are four sons, Russell of Pittsfield, Lacy and Willis, both of Los Angeles, Calif., and Willard of Yates City; five daughters, Mary Borrowman of Griggsville, Lula Mae Bradshaw of Barry, Juanita Miller of Pittsfield, and Cora Watts and Myrtle Tharp, both of Nebo; 30 grandchildren; 36 great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren.

Services will be held at 2 pm today, Wednesday, in Gill-Lummis Funeral Home in Barry, The Rev. Frank Claybourne officiating.

Burial will be in Park Lawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Barry Community Care Center or the donor's choice.

Family links:
Parents:
Marshall Nathan Franklin (1868 - 1920)
Hattie Rose Harlow Franklin (1874 - 1900)
Spouses:
Claude Sackett (1891 - 1949)
Mert Sellwyn Sackett (1877 - 1954)
Children:
Russell E Sackett (1911 - 1992)
Hattie Lowisa Sackett Taylor (1922 - 1961)
Willis Webster Sackett (1925 - 2011)
Mary Delores Sackett Borrowman (1927 - 2013)
Siblings:
Cora Lula Franklin Sackett (1893 - 1984)
Nellie Mae Franklin Farran (1898 - 1972)
Tracy E. Franklin (1899 - 1970)

Burial:
Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Pike County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Alvin Oglesby
Record added: Sep 25, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42346186
Headstone picture added by: Donna Barnes 
Franklin, Cora Lula (I29289)
 
20068 «u»«/u»
Obituaries Pike County IL

EVELYN LORENE SACKETT ,79, of Rachel Court White House, Tenn., formerly of Pleasant Hill, died Friday, May 16, 1997 in NHC Healthcare in Springfield, Tenn., where she had been a patient since 1993. She was born March 26, 1918, a daughter of Louis and Minnie Crowder Houchins. She married Lacy Sackett, Dec. 2, 1939. He survives. Also surviving are one son, Richard Ladell Sackett of Henderson, Nev.; one daughter, Kaye Ann Turrentine of Chino, Calif.; one brother, Louis Houchins Jr. of Beardstown; three half-sisters, Imogene Burge of Pleasant Hill, Eloyce Carlton and Catherine Carlton of rural Nebo. Services were held May 19 at 4 p.m. in Austin and Bell funeral home White House Chapel. Interment was in White House Memorial Gardens. Attending from here were Imogene Burge of Pleasant Hill, Burdett and Eloyce Carlton, Don and Catherine Carlton of rural Nebo.
[Submitted by Kathy Robinson and Carolyne Conner Puskas]
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Evelyn Sackett
Birth: Mar. 26, 1918
Death: May 16, 1997

Burial:
White House Memorial Gardens, Robertson County, Tennessee, USA

Created by: Stacy Humphres
Record added: Jan 31, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 124401443
Headstone picture added by: Stacy Humphres 
Houchins, Evelyn Lorene (I29579)
 
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California, Death Index 1940-1997
Name: Glenn Eugene Sackett
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 07 May 1994
Event Place: Shasta, California, United States
Birth Date: 12 May 1926
Birthplace: Illinois
Gender: Male
Mother's Name: Parkins
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Glenn Eugene Sackett (1926-1994)
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Services for Glenn Eugene Sackett, 67, of Redding will be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at Allen & Dahl Funeral Chapel in Redding.

Bishop Kent Wiseman of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will officiate.

Burial will be at Eagle Point National Cemetery in Eagle Point, Ore.

Mr. Sackett died Saturday, May 7, 1994, at Crestwood Convalescent Hospital in Redding.

Born May 12, 1926, in Manito, Ill., he moved to Shasta County in 1984 from Albany, Ore.

He was a truck driver for H&H Trucking in Portland, Ore., and a member of the Anderson Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Fourth Ward.

Survivors include wife Mary Ann; sons Glen Jr. of Illinois and Terry of New Mexico; stepson Larry Davis of Redding; daughters Laura Smith of Redding, Rebecca Moncrief of New Mexico, Julie Mae Thomas of Albany, Ore., and Glenda Busek of Las Vegas; brothers Harold and Charles, both of Illinois; sisters Mary Wheat and Jessie Lay, both of Illinois; 21 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
[Redding Record Searchlight (CA) - May 11, 1994]
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http://www.interment.net/data/us/or/jackson/eaglenat/eagle_rusk.htm
Eagle Point National Cemetery, Eagle Point, Jackson County, Oregon
Sackett, Glenn Eugene, b. 05/12/1926, d. 05/07/1994, US Marine Corps, PFC, Res: Redding, CA, Plot: 21 0 1772, bur. 05/13/1994
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Glenn Eugene Sackett
Birth: May 12, 1926; Manito, Mason County, Illinois, USA
Death: May 7, 1994; Redding, Shasta County, California, USA
Burial:
Eagle Point National Cemetery, Eagle Point, Jackson County, Oregon, USA
Plot: 21, 0, 1772

Marriage 1 Marlene Amelia BERNSHAUSEN b: 4/24/1931 in Pekin, Illinois
Married: 12/1948 in Havana,Illinois

Marriage 2 Mary Ann FANNING

Redding Record Searchlight (CA) - May 11, 1994
Deceased Name: Glenn Sackett

Services for Glenn Eugene Sackett, 67, of Redding will be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at Allen & Dahl Funeral Chapel in Redding.

Bishop Kent Wiseman of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will officiate.

Burial will be at Eagle Point National Cemetery in Eagle Point, Ore.

Mr. Sackett died Saturday, May 7, 1994, at Crestwood Convalescent Hospital in Redding.

Born May 12, 1926, in Manito, Ill., he moved to Shasta County in 1984 from Albany, Ore.

He was a truck driver for H&H Trucking in Portland, Ore., and a member of the Anderson Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Fourth Ward.

Survivors include wife Mary Ann; sons Glen Jr. of Illinois and Terry of New Mexico; stepson Larry Davis of Redding; daughters Laura Smith of Redding, Rebecca Moncrief of New Mexico, Julie Mae Thomas of Albany, Ore., and Glenda Busek of Las Vegas; brothers Harold and Charles, both of Illinois; sisters Mary Wheat and Jessie Lay, both of Illinois; 21 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Family links:
Parents:
Jesse Elmer Sackett (1889 - 1962)
Laura Edith Parkins Sackett (1889 - 1979)
Children:
Melvin D Sackett (1957 - 1974)
Siblings:
Mary L Sackett Wheat (1915 - 1998)
Minnie L Sackett Mangold (1916 - 1982)
Myra Pearl Sackett Fleming (1918 - 1990)
Jessie A Sackett Lay (1922 - 2000)
Harold Alva Sackett (1923 - 2000)
Glenn Eugene Sackett (1926 - 1994)
Charles Elmer Sackett (1928 - 2007)

PFC, US MARINE CORPS

Maintained by: Alvin Oglesby
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Feb 26, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 1146445
Headstone picture added by: Kitty Whitlock 
Sackett, Glenn Eugene (I11162)
 
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1900 Census; ED 6 Colfax township Bad Axe village, Huron, Michigan
Sheet No. 6A [stamped 68]; 9 & 11 June, 1900
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Haley, Mertie, Daughter, W, F, Oct, 1890, 9, S, Michigan, Ireland, Illinois, At School
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Myrtle«i» Haley«/i» Leitch
Birth: 1890
Death: 1958

Family links:
Parents:
James Haley (1848 - 1920)
Angelina Cordelia Sherman Haley (1853 - 1933)
Spouse:
Henry Leitch (1873 - 1958)

Burial:
Colfax Cemetery, Bad Axe, Huron County, Michigan, USA

Created by: tigerlily
Record added: Aug 22, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5706593
Headstone picture added by: Al Cross
[Note: The headstone picture is uploaded to the memorial of her husband but not to hers] 
Haley, Myrtle (I36129)
 
20071 «u»William born 1785«/u» «u»married Elizabeth Emptage. 19/10/1817«/u» «u»buried 03/03/1853«/u» aged 67. - [Joan Leary] Clark, William (I30289)
 
20072 «u»WILLIAM married Agnes Mary Arter. In the October/December quarter of 1889 GRO ref. 2a 1625.«/u» Family F10678
 

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