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351 12 Feb 1807 was originally entered in the database without a source. Sacket, Mary (I609)
 
352 1200. John Sackett, M. D., 1785-1827, of Western New York, and near Boston, son of (541) Major Buel and Sally E. Beach Sackett, was married in 18__, to Loraine _____, who, after the death of her husband, removed to Vermont. [Weygant, p. 224]
Note: Weygant's belief that Dr. John Sackett lived "near Boston" is shown to be an error by the documents found in the War of 1812 Widow's Pension File of his widow where she states that following their marriage he lived 1 year in Essex, VT; 1 year in Bulington, VT; 1 year in New Lebanon, NY; and "the rest of his life in Nassau, NY." Loraine's pension file also states that they were married 27 May 1816 and that neither of them had been previously married. This indicates that Weygant was in error when he attached Rev. John Buel Sackett, born 1812 at Tobias, Cattaraugus Co., NY (Fabius, Onondaga Co., NY), as a child of Dr. John and his wife Loraine. The idea that Dr. John Sackett may have lived "near Boston" is probably due to the fact that in 1850 Loraine was enumerated in the household of her son-in-law, Wellington Ketchum at Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA. - [Thurmon King]
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microfilm the Vermont General Index to Vital Records, #19049, #223
John Sacket, groom, resident of Essex Vt, married Minina (?) Lorrance (?), bride, on May 10, 1818, by Sam'l Smith, in Colchester records vol 1, page 128.
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The following account concerns Dr. John's relationship with his great aunt Abigail (Sacket) Stanton (c1741-1831) who lived at Burlington, Chittenden Co., VT:
"The History of my Grandmother", by Chauncey Graham Lee, Son of Abigail Stanton & Chauncey Lee, D.D. [He was the grandson of Abigail (Sackett) Stanton (mother of his mother) who is the subject of this sketch.]
p. 22

"... Her family name was Sacket, & a curcumstance transpired to show her weakness in another direction. There came to her house a youngerly man by the same name who upon inquiry appeared to be a distant relative.** Thence her family pride came up so much like a thing of dotage that she at once put the most implicit confidence in him & employed him to assist her in the transaction of her financial affairs. The man was a physician, had been in the army at Black Rock during the war of 1812 & was to the apprehension of every body except the old lady, whom he called Aunt, as profligate as he was pennyless. She was frequently warned to beware of him but she had no ear for such a communication. For a time he was quite attentive to her wishes, but directly she began to find bills coming in against her which she had given him money to discharge. It happened that the old lady held a bond against a man in the State of New York for five hundred dollars which was forfeited. Upon consulting with some real friends an arrangement was made by which she recovered all the money. She put it into the till of her chest where every thing went that was to be kept with safety. It"
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**A great nephew, Dr. John Sacket, vide post. W.L.H.
p. 23
"seems however that for a short time one day the chest was left unlocked. And lo! when she came to look again her money was gone & she never saw any thing more of it. Sacket was about the house at the time & was knowing to the fact that she had lately received it. No one unless it were the old lady ever doubted a moment where the money went, & although she might have suspected Sacket it is not known that she ever communicated such a suspicion to any person. But the fact that he pocketed all the money he could get hold of & left her to pay her debts a second time soon brought things to a crisis & she began to urge him for a settlement. But he put her off from time to time till at length she sued him for a settlement. Upon this he returned the commpliment & made out an account against the old lady for services, estimating their value at five hundred dollars. This account he sold to a shaver of notes & left the country. ..."
[Note: Dr. John married in Essex, VT in 1816 and lived there 1 year and then 1 year at Burlington, VT before moving to New Lebanon, NY. Therefore, the incident above would probably have occurred before 1818. - Thurmon King]
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Doctor John SACKETT was born on July 31, 1785. He served in the military between August 9, 1813 and June. Dr. John Sackett served in the War of 1812 as Surgeon's mate, 11th infantry, enlisted August 9, 1813, honorably discharged June, 1815. He died on February 17, 1827.

He was married to Lorrain LAWRENCE between May 18, 1814 and 1816. Two different dates were given in Widow's Pension Application. Lorrain LAWRENCE was born in February 1794. She died on August 26, 1881. - [Jeanette Boden ]
Note: The 1814 date was given in the original application and was proven to be in error by evidence from the testimony of Isaac Sackett in Loraine's Bounty Land Claim. Therefore, 1816 date was accepted. - [Thurmon King]
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Pension Roll of 1835
Name: Sackett, John
Rank: Surgeon's mate
Annual Allowance: 270.00
Sums Received: 3,150.75
Description of service: 11th regiment U. S. infantry
When placed on the pension roll: November 17, 1815
Commencement of pension: June 16, 1815
Laws under which inscribed, increased or reduced or Remarks: Acts military
establishment. Died February 17, 1827.
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Genealogy Notes on the SACKETT Family
[Family of John C. and Rebecca A. B. SACKETT]
John SACKETT b. July 31st,1785 d. Feb 17th 1827
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Find A Grave Memorial
Dr John Sackett
Birth: unknown
Death: Feb. 12, 1827

in the 42 year of his age

Burial:
West Lebanon Cemetery, West Lebanon, Columbia County, New York, USA

Created by: Fred Saar
Record added: Feb 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18016928
Headstone picture added by: Fred Saar 
Sackett, Dr. John (I1278)
 
353 13 Jul 1859 Dewey, Fred C. (I50956)
 
354 13 July 1903, “Local News,” Newaygo Republican:
“Mrs. S. J. Harden of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Hattie Smith of Chicago, after visiting Mrs. Henry Shade for a week returned to their homes on Monday last.”

Grand Rapids City Directory 1939
Emma (wid. Saml. J.) Harden, r811 Fairmount SE

Obituary: Grand Rapids Press, 21 Oct 1943.
HARDEN - Emma Belle Harden aged 76, of 811 Fairmount SE, passed away Thursday afternoon. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Laura E. Stalhl, with whom she made her home for several years, Mrs. Florence Fintch of Sparta and Mrs. Lillian B. Hudson of Grand Rapids; two sons John H. and Ray S., both of Grand Rapids; two sisters, Hattie M. Smith of Grand Rapids and Mary Rutherford of Flint; a brother Wallace Hirdning of Manton; five grandchildren and four great-grand children. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Lyzen-Blanchard Funeral Home. Interment at Alpine Cemetary. Mrs. Harden reposes at the chapel. 
Hirdning, Emma Belle (I36582)
 
355 135. Ward Myron Sackett5, agency director Amer. Guaranty Co., Chicago, Ill.; b. in Meadville, Pa., Aug. 21, 1869 Sackett, Ward Myron (I3183)
 
356 1378. Lucretia M. Sackett, 1814-18__, daughter of (612) Royal and Eunice Hastings Sacket, was married to a Mr. Root. They had a daughter who married Emmerson Wood. - [Weygant, p. 237]
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Supplied by Lara Grant:
Died May 2, 1903
Newspaper Obituary:
Death of Mrs. Root.
Mrs. Lucretia M. Root, 88, died this
morning at the City hospital where
she had been ill for a long time. The
funeral will be held Monday at the
home of A. A. Tufts[sic], 73 North street.
Burial will be in Southwick.
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Mrs. L. M. Root, who died in this city
yesterday, will be burried in Southwick.
The funeral services in this city will be
held at the home of A. A. Tubbs at 73
North street. [Springfield, MA]
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Find A Grave Memorial
Lucretia Marilla (Sacket) Root
Birth: Jul. 6, 1814; Southwick, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA
Death: May 2, 1903; Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Royal Sackett (____ - 1859)
Eunice H. Sackett (____ - 1858)
Spouse:
Enoch Root (____ - 1872)

Burial:
Southwick Cemetery, Southwick, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA

Created by: LSGrant
Record added: Jun 19, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112577791
Photograph added by: LSGrant 
Sackett, Lucretia Marilla (I2459)
 
357 1378. Lucretia M. Sackett, 1814-18__, daughter of (612) Royal and Eunice Hastings Sacket, was married to a Mr. Root. They had a daughter who married Emmerson Wood. - [Weygant, p. 237] Root, Sarah Adella (I10945)
 
358 1380. Laura A. Sacket, b. Aug. 14, 1819. - [Weygant, p. 155]
Luana Amorett Sacket; b. May 14th 1819; d. Feb 22nd 1903 - [Sacket-Root Family Bible]
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Lara Grant has been unable to find a marriage record for Luana Amorett Sacket and Joshua Leavett Mason. However, attached to a page in the Sacket-Root Family Bible there is the 1903 obiturary for Lucinda Emily (Sacket) Rising mentions her sister, Mrs. Emerett Jenkins of Westfield. Attached to the same page is the obituary for Mrs. L. A. Jenkins [transcription below].Lara has found Luana is listed in the 1870 and 1880 census as the wife of Jacob Jenkins and listed as a widow in the 1900 census.

1880 Census; Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
FHL Film: 1254535; NA Film Number: T9-0535
Page Number: 18D
Jacob JENKINS, Self, M, Male, W, 70, MA, Professor, MA, MA
Lewanna JENKINS, Wife, M, Female, W, 60, MA, Keeping House, MA, MA
Hatie J. JENKINS, Dau, S, Female, W, 16, MA, At School, MA, MA
Mary WOOLWORTH, Other, S, Female, W, 60, MA, , MA, MA
Emma L. PHELPS, Other, S, Female, W, 25, MA, , MA, MA
James H. CLARK, Other, S, Male, W, 21, MA, Clerk, MA, MA
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Supplied by Lara Grant:
[Luana Amorett (Sacket) Jenkins died 22 Feb 1903]
Sudden Death Of Mrs. Jacob Jenkins.
Mrs. L. A. Jenkins, 83, widow of Jacob Jenkins, died suddenly yesterday afternoon about 4:30 at the home of her adopted daughter, Mrs. C. C. Freeland, 11 Fowler avenue. She had been in rather feeble health for some time, but of late she had been considerably better, and was up and about the house yesterday. She complained of not feeling well soon after 4, and seated herself in a chair. It was noticed that she was having a sinking spell and she passed away a few minutes later, seated in the chair, and before medical assistance could be summoned. Mrs Jenkins was born in Southwick, but had lived in Westfield for many years, where she was well known to the older residents of the town. She was one of the oldest members of the Central Baptist Church. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. 
Sacket, Luana Amorett (I2462)
 
359 14 Aug 1850 Census Westfield Hampden MA
[In household of her son-in-law; John A Mallory]
Abigail Sacket 66 MA,
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Year: 1860; Census Place: Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts;
Roll: M653_502; Page: 809; Image: 3.
[In household of her son-in-law;John A Mallory]
Abigal Sacket, 75, F, House Work, Mass 
Otis, Abigail (I2318)
 
360 1459. Martha L. Sacket, b. Feb 20, 1815; m. Alexander Griffith. [Weygant, Page 158]
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NOTE: The USGenWeb Chautauqua Co. website has Martha L. Sackett and Abigail Strickland both listed as the wives of Alexander Griffith AND as the wives of Alexander Hollenbeck:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nychauta/CEMETERY/Fluvanna2.htm
FLUVANNA CEMETERY
Griffith, Alexander Hamilton (3). b. July 17, 1805 Madison Co., NY. (see his 2 bios). d.June 30, 1879 in Town of Ellery. s/o Jeremiah (2) and Mary (Crapsey) Griffith. Alexander Hamilton (3), Jeremiah (2), Seth (1) Griffith.
Married 1st Jan 5, 1832 Abigail Maria Strickland. Married 2nd Martha L. Sackett.
Griffith, Abigail Maria (Strickland). b. May 18, 1816. d. Feb. 19, 1846. 1st w/o Alexander Hamilton (3) Griffith.
Griffith, Martha L. (Sacket) b. Feb. 20, 1815. d. Nov. 6, 1891 Ellery. Age
70. d/o Filer & Deborah (Waterman) Sackett. 2nd w/o Alexander Hamilton Griffith.
AND
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nychauta/CEMETERY/Fluvanna3.htm
Hollenbeck, Alexander. b. June 17, 1815. d. June 23, 1875. m. 1st Abigail M.
Strickland. m. 2nd Martha L. Sackett.
Hollenbeck, Abigail M. (Strickland) b. May 18, 1816. d. Feb. 19, 1946. 1st
w/o Alexander Hollenbeck.
Hollenbeck, Martha L. (Sackett). b. Feb.20, 1815. d. Nov.6, 1891. d/o Filer
& Deborah (Waterman) Sackett. 2nd w/o Alexander Hollenbeck.
Hollenbeck, Wallace. b. ?. d. Jan.13, 1871. 19/3/16. s/o Alexander & Martha
L. (Sackett) Hollenbeck.

Hoewver, I have been unable to find an Alexander Hollenbeck in the census for Chautauqua Co. NY. The census data does have the household of Alexander Griffith in Ellery, Chautauqua Co., NY in 1850-1870 which shows that Martha married Alexander Hamilton Griffith
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1850 Census; the town of Ellery, Chautauqua County, New York
4 Oct., 1850
1593/1675
Alexander Griffith, 45, M, Farmer, 3,200, N. Y.
Martha L. Griffith, 35, F, ---, N.Y.
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1870 Census, the town of Ellery, Chautauqua County, New York
Page No. 34; 5 July 1870
297/304
Griffith, A. Hamilton, 64, M, W, Farmer, 7,000, 2,127, New York
Griffith, Martha, 54, F, W, Keeping House, New York 
Sacket, Martha L. (I3012)
 
361 15 Oct 1887 Decker, Emma (I42337)
 
362 15 Oct 2015
Proposed Change: Sackett, Frances (I18273)
Tree: Sackett
Link: /getperson.php?personID=I18273&tree=1

Description: Frances Mary "Fannie" Sackett married George Ulysses McCain 25
Sep 1902 in Madison County, IL. She & George McCain had one child:
Viola F McCain born 13 Sep 1903. Viola is found in the 1910 & 1920 census living with widowed grandmother Margaret Bowers Sackett.

Viola McCain married Oscar Melvin Willman. Viola died in 1991 in Highland, Madison, IL.

I have yet to find a record of Frances Mary Sackett McCain's death.
Her husband George McCain remarried abt 1913.

Frances M Sackett & "Mary" Sackett are the same person! In the 1880 census record, she is recorded as "Frances, age 3". In 1900, she is recorded as "Mary age 23".

Thought this might be helpful to you!


Amoreena 
McCain, Viola F. (I39492)
 
363 15 Oct 2015
Proposed Change: Sackett, Frances (I18273)
Tree: Sackett
Link: /getperson.php?personID=I18273&tree=1

Description: Frances Mary "Fannie" Sackett married George Ulysses McCain 25
Sep 1902 in Madison County, IL. She & George McCain had one child:
Viola F McCain born 13 Sep 1903. Viola is found in the 1910 & 1920 census living with widowed grandmother Margaret Bowers Sackett.

Viola McCain married Oscar Melvin Willman. Viola died in 1991 in Highland, Madison, IL.

I have yet to find a record of Frances Mary Sackett McCain's death.
Her husband George McCain remarried abt 1913.

Frances M Sackett & "Mary" Sackett are the same person! In the 1880 census record, she is recorded as "Frances, age 3". In 1900, she is recorded as "Mary age 23".

Thought this might be helpful to you!

Amoreena
 
McCain, George Ulysses Sr. (I39491)
 
364 1516. Norman Sacket, 18--?, son of (656) Salmon Sacket and Matilda Curtis; married his third wife, Mary Goudy. We have record of but one Child. [Weygant, page 251]
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Supplied by Dianne Cobb:
Letters of Administration of the Estate of Norman Sackett signed 22 Sep 1834.
Administrator: Elezer C. Sackett
Appraised by: Jonathan F. Fenn, Clark Sackett & Jesse Neal
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Norman Sackett ... was by trade a shoe maker, when his father moved to Ohio he was 22 the March previous. He married Miss Sally Northrup, of Brookfield, Fairfield County, Conn. [Bronson, p 98C]
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Mr Sackett, in accordance with the custom of those days, connected farming with his trade. His father, gave him acres off on which he built a log house, and cleared some of the land. In 1815 he sold this land to Mr. Martin Camp. He then bought of
page 99
Col. Tallmadge, Lot No 1 in Tract 12 on this he built a log house. According to Ensign's Survey, this lot contained 160 acres. Mr. Sackett, was the first settler on Tract 12, and his log house was north about 30 rods of the Brick House, now (1877) standing on the farm. Mr. Sackett cleared a few acres, and in 1817 sold to Mr. Abraham Hine, of North Milford, Conn. He then bought fifty acres, off the South East corner of Tract No. 7 in Lot 10, of Mr Reuben Beach. On this land he built a log house and a log barn, and made some clearing. In 1819, in company with others, he built a small frame shop with the intention of working at his trade. He built a log house in 1821, on the corner where stands the house of Benj'n D. Wright, (1877) into this house he moved his family. Here Mrs Sally N. Sackett, died on the 9th of Feb 1827 aged 35 years. It can be said of her that she was a very patient, Christian woman. She left a family of 9 children. Mr Sackett sold his farm in 1823 to Marcus Hinman, who gave him $10 per acre, and on this farm Mr and Mrs. Hinman still reside (1877). Mr Sackett, after his first wife's death, he broke up house keeping, placing his children in families mostly among his brothers and sisters.
He and his brother Elezer, had a section of the Pennsylvania Canal to build in the vicinity of Pittsburg, Pa. Here he became acquainted with Miss Mary Ann Goudy, and they were married ____ 1829. After finishing up their Canal contract in Pa; they returned to Ohio, and bought land in the Township of Portage, in Tract 3. This land was in early days called the Oak Openings. As early as 1816 Thaddeus, and Wm. Granger, Esq., with their families settled on the Tract. they were visited with severe sickness, and several members of the Granger families died and were buried at the Center of Tallmadge, the Granger families left the farms, those that survived. And Norman Sackett, moved onto the land, and his second wife died their [sic] March 1833 aged __ years. She was represented as a refined woman by those who were acquainted with her, and also a humble Christian. She united with the Gong'l Church in T. by letter Jan 1st 1832. [Bronson, pgs 98C, 99]
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Mr. Sackett, made an exchange of his farm in Portage Township and for part pay he took land in Western Illinois, which was given by the U. S. Government, as bounty to the soldiers of the War of 1812. He went west to see his purchase in Illinois, and returned, he was immediately taken sick, with Billious Fever, arrising from the miasma of the country he had passed through in his journey west. He attended a meeting of the church in Tallmadge, after his return from the Ill. He related to his friends some incidents of his journey across the country; the extent of the prairies, the scattered settlers, the amount of sickness, that prevailed from malarial disease, all through the country. And then remarked, that he had all the symptoms of the malarial disease; and that he must take the prescribed medicines to cleanse his system. He went to Mr. Weston's, his third wife's father, where he breathed his last on the 16th day of Aug 1834 aged 45 years. Mr. Sackett made a profession of religion in Conn. He transfered his church relations, to the Gong'l Church in Tallmadge, April 25th 1813, with Sally N his first wife, both by letter.
He was a man that took a deep interest in the prosperity of the church, to which he belonged. And also the church throughout the earth. He was fond of reading, had a retentive memory, a cultivated mind well stored with useful information. All this made him a very agreeable companion in the social circle. He was a man of ardent feelings, and when a subject was brought forward, that enlisted his sympathies, he was not the man to stand back. When the cause of Temperance, was first agitated in the church, he was one of zealous advocates this was in 1827 and he was a firm adherent through life. And so it was with the cause of Anti Slavery; when that arose, he entered with heat into that cause, and maintained the principles it advocated through life. He was also one of a rifle company, that was commanded by Capt. Rial Mc Arthur, in 1812 and 1813, and in the U. S. service. Hewas the father of 13 children; 9 by his first wife, 3 by his 2nd wife, by his 3[rd] wife 1. Norah S.
[Bronson, p. 101A]
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The point between Lot 7 and the Public Square known in Ensigns Survey as No. 9 of six acres was first occupied by Mr. Norman Sackett who built a small frame shop and worked at his trade as a showmaker. In 1819 he built a log house now occupied by D.B. Wrights house . . . .
[Bronson, vol. 1, p. 59]
 
Sackett, Norman (I3578)
 
365 152. Mae La Vina Briscoe5, b. in La Grange, Ind., May 1, 1877m. Nov. 2, 1894, to Cassius Marion Leib, superintendantschools, Maryville, Mo.; b. Jan. 10, 1862. [Dean family history, p. 51] Briscoe, Mae Levina (I3256)
 
366 16 April 1832, Deed book 26-page 353, 1st part Abram Sacket and Lucy, his
wife, of Potsdam, NY, to Lyman N. Sacket and Abram G. Sacket of the same
place as the 2nd part. property on road from Potsdam to Ogdensburg,
signed in presence of Isaac Sacket, dated 16 April 1832, for $500
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Oct 7, 1837
Grantors Book 1802-1882 and after up to 1905; St. Lawrence Co., NY.
Abram Sacket (Lyman N. Sacket et all) 26-353 Oct 7, 1837 Potsdam
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14 Oct 1839
Deed book 30, page 641, Lyman N. Sacket and Anna R., his wife, of the
Town of Potsdam, first part, and George P. Fraser of Ferrisburgh, Adison
Co., Vermont of the second part for $1100 dated 14 Oct 1839 in town of
Potsdam signed by Lyman N. Sacket and Anna R. Sacket

His brother Abram G. Sacket was also involved with this land:
15 Oct 1839 32-132 Abram G. Sackett, Potsdam - 1st part George P.
Frasher, of Ferrisburgh, Addison Co., Vt-2nd part $500.00 town of Potsdam
50 acres ****on 29 Oct 1839 in State of NY, Erie County), Almenus or
Almeuu G. Sackett "same person described in this deed" came to Erie
County clerk to execute this deed. rec. 10 June 1840
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1840 Census, Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co., NY., page 159/312
Lyman Sackett 000 201 000 000 0 - 110 101 000 000 0
with 7 in house and 3 ag workers
1 m 15-20 (b. 1820-1825) ?
1 m 15-20 (b. 1820-1825) ?
1 m 30-40 (b. 1800-1810) Lyman age 38 (b. 1802)
1 f <5 (b. 1835-1840) Esther age 5 (b. 1835)
1 f 5-10 (b. 1830-1835) Mary J. age 1 (b. 1839)
1 f 15-20 (b. 1820-1825) ?
1 f 30-40 (b. 1800-1810) Anna R. (Lockwood)age 38 (b. 1802)
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10 Aug 1841 41A353 Henry Van Rensselaer Esq. and Elizabeth R, his
wife, town of Oswegatchie-1st part Lyman N. Sacket, 2nd part $924.00
town of Lisbon 84 acres rec. Feb 8, 1849
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1 June 1849 42A555 Phillip S. Van Rensselaer of NYC-1st part Lyman N.
Sacket, town of Lisbon-2nd part $331.34 town of Lisbon 40.70 acres rec
April 19, 1850
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1850; NY; St. Lawrence; Lisbon 14 Aug 1850
219/437
Sackett Lyman m Head 48 Carpenter VT
Sackett Ann f wife 48 NY
Sackett Mary J. f dau 15 NY
Sackett Esther f dau 11 NY
Sackett Joseph S. m son 9 NY
Sackett William L. m son 7 NY
Sackett Sarah J. f dau 4 NY
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"History of St. Lawrence County, New York", 1878, page 274 under
"Flackville P.O." "Religious Societies" the second paragraph is about the
Methodist Episcopal church In Lisbon with Rev. W.C. Lent. Third
Paragraph "An organization was effected January 9, 1850, and a church
built at Flackville, which was finished in 1851. The trustees were Lyman
N. Sacket . . . ."
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~nystlawr/html/searching_st__lawrence_county_.html
Mr. Fairchild's new mill E. N. Fairchild's new saw mill is in full operation in Ogdensburg. It is of sturdy timber, designed by James Fulton of Waddington and framed by Lyman Sacket of Lisbon. It employs 18-20 men and can easily turn out 20-25,000 board feet of lumber per day 11* Apr. 1, 1851
*11 St. Lawrence Republican [A Tuesday paper from Ogdensburg, on microfilm at the Ogdensburg Public Library.]
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1860 Census; NY; St. Lawrence; Lisbon 8 Sep 1860; 772/727
Anna Sacket 56 f Farmer NY
Esther Sacket 21 f Farmer Domestic NY
Joseph Sacket 19 m Farmer Domestic NY
William Sacket 17 m Farmer Domestic NY
Sarah Sacket 14 f NY
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76A546 dated Oct 23, 1865
Listed were Anna R. Sackett, Mary Jane Craig (formerly Sackett), Esther
N. Pray (formerly Sackett), William L. Sackett, and Sarah A. Sackett all
of Lisbon NY "heirs and widow of Lyman N. Sackett, deceased, and Joseph
S. Sackett of the same place and one of said heirs of the second part"
amount $3,000
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76C548 dated Oct 23, 1865
Joseph S. Sackett and Annah R. Sackett of Lisbon. "Discharged 39B of
Mortgages Page 537"
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http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30978616
Lyman N Sacket
Birth: unknown
Death: Aug. 6, 1852
Burial:
Madrid Cemetery, Madrid, St. Lawrence County, New York, USA
Plot: Old Section (across street)

Note: d. Aug 6, 1852

Created by: Anne Cady
Record added: Oct 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30978616
headstone pictures added by: Northern Neighbors
6/15/2009
30978616_124510915002.jpg
30978616_124510911397.jpg 
Sackett, Lyman N. (I15422)
 
367 16 Aug 1763? Goodyear, Asa (I7844)
 
368 1760 Dec 26 - Aaron Sackett, 3/7 child of Reuben and Mercy Finney Sacket was born in East Greenwich (now Hebron), Conneticut. (Note: The Sacketts of America, by Charles H. Weygant, 1907, p. 109.)

c.1770 - Dorcas Clark mother of Thomas Sackett born in Maryland. (Note: Dorcas died 10 Apr 1857 at 87 years. Will mentions 5 children sons Thomas (eldest), John (deceased), Samuel and daughters Phebe Mosteller and Sarah Watt. -SHD)

25 Apr 1778 Westmoreland Co militia had an Aaron Sackett - not sure if it is the same one. [From: Laurie Young, source not given] [Note: The traditional history of the Sackett family has held that Aaron and his brother, Dr. Samuel, moved from CT. to PA together. If the Aaron Sackett listed in Westmoreland Co. in 1778 is the same as Aaron Sackett, son of Reuben Sackett and Mercy Finney, then he would have made the move two years ahead of his brother and done so at the age of 18 years. - T. King]

1780 - The year the brothers, Cyrus, Aaron, and Dr. Samuel are said to have moved from CT. to PA. In an account written about Dr. Samuel we read: In the year of 1780 he moved to Westmoreland County Pennsylvania. In a letter still preserved, dated Shistee Settlement, Youghiogheny County, [PA.] October 27, 1780, he writes to friends in Connecticut: "I do not think I can cross the mountains back home until spring. There are no doctors here between Pittsburg and Wheeling, and all the way is thickly settled. It is a healthy looking country. I do not think I will get much to do until I get acquainted with the people. Tell Jonathan Hamilton I think this is the best place for land jobbing in the thirteen states, and in case of invasion by Indians it is supposed that fifteen hundred men would rid them out." This would indicate that his first place of residence was in what is now Washington County. He then moved back east a few miles into what is now Fayette County; as stated in the family record, under date of September 15, 1781, he writes: "We set out from New England to come to Redstone township, and arrived at Beesontown, or Uniontown, on October 16, 1781." [Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette County Pennsylvania; Under the Editorial Supervision of John W. Jordan, LL.D., and James Hadden, of Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Illustrated, Volume II.; Lewis Hisstorical Publishing Company, New York, 1912.; Sacket/Sackett on Pages 341-344]
From the quotes above, it would appear that Dr. Samuel had made an exploritory trip from CT. to PA. in 1780 and then returned to CT. and moved to PA. with his family in 1781. - [T. King]

1782 - In Cross Creek Twp., Washington Co., PA., Aaron Sackett was a signer of a petition which was sent to Gen. Wm. Irvine, commander of the Western Dept, at Fort Pitt, requesting that he send a few men to help garrison Fort Wells and the mill of Alexander Wells as a protection for the inhabitants near the mill against attack. [Source: Photocopies of pages from "The Frontier Forts of Western Pennsylvania"; Well's Fort; pages 421-423. (Author, Publisher, and Date of publication not known). [Material from Laurie Young]

14 March 1784 - A Deed is made (and recorded on the 16th) between "Aaron Sackett of the Town of UNION in the County of Fayette and State of Pennsylvainia, aforesaid is a Taylor" and Henry Beeson, founder of Union, for Lot #7 in that town. [Photocopy of the Deed sent by Laurie Young]

1785 - Aaron Sackett married in Fayette Co., PA. as indicated in;
1) A letter from Aaron to his brother (Possibly Cyrus but the letter was in the possession of Dr. Samuel Sackett) dated 18 Dec 1785 in which he says: "and if you could come and settle up with every body I should be glad for I exspect to lose every thing that I have if you don't ... I exspect a writ sarved on me in a few Days and it will be hard for me to suffer for your Debts which I never Contracted for and if they make out any thing a gainst me it will ruin me for I am jest beginning in the world";
2) A letter written by their sister Violitty from Warren, CT. to Dr Samuel in Fayette Co., PA. dated 27 Apr 1786 in which she says: "I have no knews to write to you. give my warmest compliments to your family and to Aron and an his wife." The last letter incicates that Aaron was living near enough to Dr. Samuel to be expected to pass the greeting on to Aaron and his wife. [Source: The Sackett Letters]

Abt. 1786 - Phebe Sackett 1/5 child of Aaron and Dorcas Sackett b. Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA.

1787 Apr 30 - Thomas Sackett, 2/5 child of Aaron and Dorcas Sackett, born in Uniontown, Fayette Co. PA.

12 April 1789 - Aaron Sackett conveys Lot #7 in the town of Union, Fayette Co., PA. to _______ ?Wells? This is described as the same lot Aaron had received from Henry Beeson on 17 Mar 1784. [From a poor quality photocopy of the deed which has been reduced in size to fit on an 8 1.2" X 11" page. - Supplied by Laurie Young]

Abt. 1789 - Sarah Sackett 3/5 chld of Aaron and Dorcas Sackett b. Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA.

1790 - Pennsylvania Census
WM 16+ / WM 16- / WF
Sacket, Aaron; 1/ 1/ 3/ Fayette Co. - Springhill Twp.
Sacket, Samuel; 1/ 3/ 4/ Fayette Co. - Springhill Twp.
(Note: Family for Aaron WM 16+ = Aaron, WM 16- = Thomas, WF = Wife Dorcas, daughters Phebe and Sarah.)
[Note by T.King: Samuel Sacket above is the brother of Aaron.]

07 Jun 1793, John W. Sackett 4/5 child of Aaron and Dorcas Sackett b. Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA.

1796 or 1797 - Aaron and his family moved to the Hamilton Co. area of Ohio as shown in a letter Aaron wrote from Mill Creek in Ohio dated 6 Aug 1797 in which he says: "Dear Brother I received yours of 20 June and was glad to hear that you were all well for I had no particular a Count from you after we left thair till now." And: "the a Count that Thomas Masterson gave you was trew for Our family Was so sick that we was a blige to Lay by and Marsterson Was so uneasy that we thought best to sell him the tote bote and if we did not like to git a flat botom bote and go as we liked the reason that I did not mention aney thing about that was be Cause the note was given to Clark and me and he has ben going up Every week or too Ever Since Last fall and aint gone yet." Dr. Samuel had written a letter which Aaron received 20 Jun 1797 which was the first he had heard from his brother since Aaron had arrived in Ohio. The reference to either Thomas Masterson, or Clark having "ben going up Every week or too Ever Since Last fall and aint gone yet" could indicate that Aaron had been there the previous fall.

In this letter Aaron also makes a reference to another land transaction which must have taken place shortly before Aaron moved to Ohio: "and if Wm Wheeler Dont Chose to Keep that Land if I am not Mistaken he is Obligated to get a deed for it before he Can recover his pay back but if he aint Obligated to give me a deed in a return of his pay he must sign his right back and have his pay from Oliphent:" The record of this transaction should be found in Fayette Co., PA. records [Source: The Sackett Letters]

1 Sep 1797 - Aaron and Dorcas have a son, Samuel born in what is now Butler Co., OH. Samuel was the last of the five children of Aaron and Dorcas. The year given for the birth of Dorcas is 1770 which would indicate that she was 27 years old when Samuel was born. In a letter Aaron wrote from Miamme, OH. to his brother, Dr. Samuel in PA., dated 21 Oct 1797, he says: "Darcas lay three Weeks all most with out aney hopes of Ever Getting up a gain but when she begun to mend She Got up in a short time". Laurie Young pointed out that this could indicate that Dorcas had problems with the birth of Samuel. This reference could also be an indication as to why they had no more children. This letter also includes a mention of Barsil (Barzilla?) Clark who is believed to be a brother to Dorcas: "I want that you should tell Barsil Clark if he has Ever arrived that I want thet he Should fetch me down a stove about the sise of that is in the Methedis Metenhouse in Besen town I would not that he should fail of fetching a stove for the price of one tell him that his family is Well and Wants to hear from him." [Source: The Sackett Letters]

1804 Jul 23 - Samuel Fraxe of Hamilton Co, OH to Aaron Sacket of same, Mortgage, (112); "Gateway to the West", Volume I, Hamilton Co., Deed Records, Deed Book D-1, Page 567

1805 Nov 23 - Thomas Sacket and Catharine Chambers marry in Hamilton, Butler Co. OH.
(SHD Note: This record of marriage, along with the 1808 marriage date, is presented by some but since Thomas would have only been 18 at the time appears unlikely.) [The Butler Co., OH. website has transcriptions of the Ohio marriage records before 1820 and gives the 1805 date for the Chambers/Sackett marriage while the Sackett/Chambers record gives the 1808 date. A post by Alyce Beggs states that the 1805 date is a transcription error and that the micro film has the 1808 date. - T.King]

Bef Christmas 1805 - Phoebe Sackett, daughter of Aaron and Dorcas, married Christopher Mosteller. As indicated in a letter written by Aaron's brother Cyrus from Greene Co., OH. to their brother Dr. Samuel in PA., dated 27 Jan 1806, in which Cyrus says: "Brother Aaron was hear the week before Christmas and they ware all well then he has not got any land yet: Feby got maried to a man by the name of Christopher Mosteller a hater by trade." [Source: The Sackett Letters]

1808 Nov 23 - Thomas Sacket and Catharine Chambers marry in Hamilton, Butler Co. OH. Also: [The Ohio Genealogical Society, Ohio Marriages Recorded in County Courts Through 1820; An Index, Page 905"]

6 Jul 1809 - Sarah Sackett, daughter of Aaron and Dorcas, married Enoch Limpus in Butler Co., OH. [The Ohio Genealogical Society, Ohio Marriages Recorded in County Courts Through 1820; An Index, Page 905, "Sacket, Sarah - Limpus, Enoch Jul 06, 1809 BUTL 00A o23."]

2 Dec 1811 A mention of the house of Aaron Sachet which would appear to be Aaron Sackett:
HANOVER TOWNSHIP.
At the meeting of the Board of Commissioners December 2, 1811, William ROBISON, John WINGATE, and James BLACKBURN being present, on petition of the inhabitants of Reily and St. Clair Townships, it was "ordered, that so much of the said townships as lies within the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of the surveyed township No. 4 in the second range east of the meridian line drawn from the mouth of the Great Miami River; thence north to the northeast corner of the same township; thence west to the northwest corner thereof; thence south to the southwest corner thereof; thence east to the place of beginning, shall compose a township which shall be known and designated by the name of Hanover Township." Election to be held at the house of Aaron SACHET on the 21st day of December, 1811, for the election of officers.
[Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohbutler/cyc/031.htm]

14 Jun 1814 - John Sackett, son of Aaron and Dorcas, married Betsy Bales in Butler Co., OH. [The Ohio Genealogical Society, Ohio Marriages Recorded in County Courts Through 1820; An Index, Page 905"]

1820 Indiana Census
Sacket, Aaron; 026 Butler Co Hanover Twp
Sacket, Thomas; 200 Franklin Co. 200010-11010

15 Jun 1820 - Samuel Sackett, son of Aaron and Dorcas, married Sarah Wickard in Butler Co., OH. [The Ohio Genealogical Society, Ohio Marriages Recorded in County Courts Through 1820; An Index, Page 905][Marriage record from State of Ohio, Butler County; Vol. 1, Page 135: "I do Hereby certify, That on the 15th day of June A.D. 1820 I solemonized the MARRIAGE of Mr. Samuel Sacket with Sarah Wickard; John Rainey, Esquire, a Justice of the Peace." -Photocopy supplied by Laurie Young]

1825 - Sackett, Aaron W-1825 Butler Co. Old Will Book 1, P.395; Archives-Testamentary 2, P.435. (Note: Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index, by Carol Willsey Bell, 1981.) [This 1825 date conflicts with the date of Aaron Sackett's will made 17 Feb 1827 and probated 11 Sep 1827]

17 Feb 1827 Aaron Sackett makes his will:

1827 Feb 18 - Will of Aaron Sackett
Sackett, Aaron - Sept. Term 1827 (Note along left edge of Will).

In the name of God Amen. I Aaron Sackett of Butler County in the State
of Ohio considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of a
sound mind blessed be Almighty god for the same do make and publish this
my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say.
First, I give and bequeath unto my beloved Wife Dorcus Sackett all the
eighty acres of land that I now live on with all that may arise
therefrom with all the moveable property that belongs to me with all the
chattels & goods to have and to hold for her use and support during her
life and after her decease I do also give and bequeath unto my eldest
son Thomas Sackett and my two daughters Phebe Mosteller and Sarah
Lympass two hundred dollars each I also give and bequeath unto my two
younger sons John Sackett and Samuel Sackett two hundred dollars each to
be laid out in lands in the Illinois State next fall. And after the
decease of my wife Dorcus Sackett I do also give and bequeath unto my
son John Sackett one hundred dollars worth of moveable property. And
the rest of my estate whether real or moveable to be equally divided
among the five children and lastly my said beloved wife Dorcus Sackett
whom I hereby appoint sole Executrix of this my last Will and testament
hereby revoking all former Wills by me made in Witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this seventeenth day of February in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & twenty seven
Signed sealed published and } Aaron Sacket {Seal}

declared by the above named Aaron Sackett to be his last Will and
Testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names
as witnesses in presence of this testator.J.C. Hunter
William Moorehead
Joshua Leach Jr.
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Between 17 Feb 1827 and 11 Sep 1827 - Aaron Sackett dies in Butler Co., OH. [Note: The transcript of the will gives the date of 17 Feb 1827 as the date it was made and the Probate record shows it was probated 11 Sep 1827. - T. King]

The State of Ohio Butler County
Be it known that at a Court of Common Pleas of the County aforesaid
holden at Hamilton on the eleventh day of September in the term of
September One thousand eight hundred and twenty five before the
Honorable Joshua Collett Esq. President and his associate judges of the
said Court of Common pleas the within Written last Will & testament of
the within named Aaron Sackett (now deceased) being presented by Dorcus
Sackett the Executrix within named and William Moorehead & Joshua Leach
Junior two of the subscribing Witnesses thereto appearing in their
proper persons and being duly sworn severally depose and each of them
for himself deposeth and saith that in his and their presence the said
Aaron Sackett the Testator acknowledged the within writing to be his
last Will and testament and that in his presence and at his request they
the said William Moorehead and Joshua Leach subscribed their names as
Witnesses thereto and that at the time of the said acknowleding the said
Aaron Sackett was of sound mind memory and judgement and was at the same
time upward of twenty one years of age.

Attest
William Moorehead
John Reily
Clerk
Joshua Leach Jr.

1827 Sep 10 - Court of Common Pleas September Term 1827
Second Monday 10th September 1827
The State of Ohio. Butler County Jo.
Court of Common pleas September Term 1827
Before the Honorable Joshua Collett Esquire President
Henry Weaver }
Daniel Millikin } Esquires. Associate Judge
& John Knox }

Aaron Sacket Deceased
Butler County. Be it remembered that the last will & test of Aaron
Sacket late of the County aforesaid deceased being desc by Dorcas Sacket
the executrix therein named and proved by the oath of William Moorhead &
Joshua Leach Junr. two of the subscribing witnesses thereto.
It is ordered that the same be recorded &c
And hereupon the said Dorcas Sacket the Executrix therein named prays
administration of the Estate of the said Aaron Sacket deceaded according
to the tenor of the said last will and testament and to her it is
granted &c.
Ordered that Alexander Moore, John Morse & John Ducket be the appraisers
&c
Probate Letters &c $3.22
(SHD Note: William H. Clark last will & Testament exhibited with Thomas
King Executor. Need followup to establish any relationship to Dorcas.)

1827 Sep 18 - Receipt - Aaron Sackett Butler Co. OH Estate Packet
Received of Dorcas Sackett Executrix of the Estate of Aron Sackett
Deceased Two Hundered Dollars in cash left to me by the Sd Aron Sackett
in his last Will and Testament to be laid out in land in the State of
Illinois for my use.
Received by me (Signed) John Sackett
$200.00 September 18th 1827
Witness present
John Dukate

1827 Oct 6 - Receipt - Aaron Sackett Butler Co. OH Estate Packet
October 6th 1827
Received of Dorcas Sackett Executrix of the Estate of Aron Sackett
Deceased 87 cents for my services as Clerk at the ?
Received by me (Signed) John Dukate

1827 Oct 24 - Receipt - Aaron Sackett Butler Co. OH Estate Packet
Recd of Saml Sackett four dollars and seventeen cents and four mills,
which pays the following tax for 1827. To Wit ------
Saml Sackett one horse & one cow 26.4
Aaron Sackett one horse and two cows 30.8
------do---------- 160 acres of land - tax 3.60.2
All charges on the county Due = $4.17.4
pheale (?). Hanover township $3=91=0
Oct 24th 1827. (Signed) C.K. Smith, B.G.

1827 Oct 26 - Receipt - Aaron Sackett Butler Co. OH Estate Packet
Received of Dorcas Sackett Executrix of the Estate of Aaron Sackett
Dec'd. Two Hundred Dollars in cash left to me by the Said Aaron Sackett
in his last Will and Testament to be laid out in land in the State of
Illinois for my use. Received by me
$200.00 October 26 1827 (Signed) Saml Sackett
Witness Present
Christopher Mosteller
(SHD Note: Christopher Mosteller is the 1st husband of Aaron & Dorcas
Sacket daughter Phebe Sackett.)

1827 Dec 1 - Aaron Sacket Dec'd Property set off to the Widow
A Schedule of the personal property of Aron Sackett late of Hanover
Township Butler County Deceased set apart for the widows use, by the
undersigned appraisers of said Estate.
2 Beds and Bedding
1 Table
1 Looking Glass
- All the grain and provisions - Belonging to the Estate
2 Cupboards and Cupboard ware
2 Hives of Bees
1 Weeding hoe

John Dukate }
John Morse } Appraisers
Alexander Moore }

(SHD Note: A part of the Butler Co. OH Probate File.)

1828 May 12 - Receipt - Aaron Sackett Butler Co. OH Estate Packet
Re May 12th 1828
Received of Dorcas Sackett Executrix of Aron Sackett Deceased Five
Dollars in full for one coffin.
Received by me
$5.00 (Signed) Isaac Boll
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See Also; the notes for Aaron's wife, Dorcas, for deeds involving the land owned by Aaron. 
Sackett, Aaron (I4083)
 
369 1787 Apr 30 - Thomas Sackett, 1/5 child of Aaron and Dorcas (Clark) Sackett and father of Samuel, born in Uniontown, Fayette Co. PA.
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c.1815 - Samuel Sackett, 4/7 child of Thomas Sackett and Peggy Martin, born in Butler Co. OH.
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1820 Census; 026 Butler Co Hanover Twp
Sacket, Aaron

1820 Indiana Census
Sacket, Thomas, 200, Franklin Co.
Census: 200 010-110 10
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1830 - Federal Census - Sangamon Co. IL
John Sacket: 120 001 000 000 0 - 111 000 100 000 0
Thomas Sacket: 001 100 100 100 0 - 021 100 010 000 0
Samuel Sacket: 121 001 000 000 0 - 100 001 000 000 0

1830 - Sangamon Co. IL Census
Thomas Sacket; 001 100 100 100 0 - 021 100 010 000 0
Males Females
5 to 10 (1820-25) 0 2 (Mary, Harriett)
10 to 15 (1815-20) 1 1 (Samuel - Phebe)
15 to 20 (1810-15) 1 1 (John - Dorcas)
40 to 50 (1780-90) 1 0 (Thomas)
50 to 60 (1770-80) 0 1 (Peggy or mother Dorcas)
70 to 80 (1750-60) 1 0 (????)
Dorcas Sackett is not accounted for in the 1830 census. So the female 50-60 could be the mother of Thomas rather than his wife Peggy. - T. King]
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1837 Mar 23 - Samuel Sacket and Irene Caroline Goodman marry in Sangamon Co. IL. (Note: Son of Thomas Sackett and Peggy Martin.)
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Sackett, Samuel
Year: 1840; State: IL; County: Sangamon; Township: Unknown Townships
Roll: M704_69; Page: 36; Image: 73
Census: 000 010 000 000 0 - 000 100 000 000 0
Males Females
15 to 20 (1820-25) 0 1 (Irene "Syrena" Caroline)
20 to 30 (1810-20) 1 0 (Samuel)
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Family Bible Record: "Syrena C. Sackett departed this life Jan. 13, 1841."
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1843 Feb 5 - Samuel Sacket (2nd) and Margarite Campbell marry in Sangamon Co. IL. (Note: Son of Thomas Sackett.)
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Year: 1850; State: IL; County: Sangamon; Township: All Townships
Roll: M432_127 Page:233
1468/1468
Sackett, Saml., 35, m, Farmer, OH
Sackett, Margarett, 26, f, --, OH
Sackett, Elizabeth, 5, f, --, IL
Sackett, Enos, 3, m, --, IL
Sackett, John , 2, m, --, IL
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1856 Iowa State Census; Center, Henry, Iowa
Roll: IA_56; Family 40
Samuel Sackett, m, age 41
Margaret Sackett, f, age 33
Elizabeth Sackett, f, age 11, IL
Enos Sackett, m, age 9, IL
Reuben Sackett, m, age 5, IL
John Sackett, m, age 5, IL
Windfield Sackett, m, age 3, IL
Serena Sackett, f, age 2, b. IA
Henry Sackett, m, age 1/2, IA
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1860 - Illinois Census
Sangamon Co. - P.O. Salisbury
Sackett, S., 45, m, OH, farmer, 3000-1050 (Samuel)
Sackett, M., 36, f, --, OH (Margaret)
Sackett, E., 15, f, --, IL (Elizabeth)
Sackett, E., 13, m, --, IL (Enos)
Sackett, J., 12, m, --, IL (John)
Sackett, R., 8, m, --, IL (Reuben)
Sackett, W., 7, m, --, IL (Winfield)
Sackett, S. C., 6, f, --, IL (Serena C.)
Sackett, H., 4, m, --, IL (Henry)
Sackett, L., 2, m, --, IL (Leah)
Sackett, H., 5/12, f, --, IL (Harriet)
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1870 - Missouri Census
Macon Co. - Ten Mile Twp. - P.O. Macon City
Dwelling 23 - Family 21
Sackett, Leah [Samuel] 55, m, OH, Farmer, 4000-1460
Sackett, Margaret, 46, f, OH, Keeping house
Sackett, Reuben,19, m, --, IL
Sackett, Winfield, 18, m, --, IL
Sackett, Laura (?), 16, f, --, IA [Serena C.]
Sackett, Henry, 14, m, --, IA
Sackett, Leah, 12, m, --, IL
Sackett, Harriet, 10, f, --, IL
Sackett, Thomas, 8, m, --, IL
Sackett, Grant, 6, m, --, IL
Sackett, Thomas, 82, m, PA, Invalid
(SHD Note: Microfilm extemely poor quality and difficult to read. Leah is Samuel but sure doesn't look like it.)
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1880 - Missouri Soundex
(V.21-E.D.121-S.10-L.14)
1880 Census: Ten-Mile, Macon, Missouri
Film T9-0701 Page 329B
Samuel SACKETT, Self, M, M, W, 65,,OH, Farmer, PA, PA
Margret SACKETT, Wife, F, M, W, 55, OH, Keeps House, OH, OH
Henry SACKETT, Son, M, S, W, 24, IA, Farmer, OH, OH
Lewis G. SACKETT, Son, M, S, W, 17, IL, --, OH, OH
Hatty SACKETT, Dau, F, S, W, 20, IL, House Keeping, OH, OH

Emma CASEN, GDau, F, S, W, 9, IL, --, GER, IL
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1891 Aug 14 - Samuel Sackett died in Macon Co. MO. Buried at the Ten Mile Baptist Cemetery.

1891 Aug 14 - Macon County Missouri Obituaries 1889 - 1903 Part I. By Phyllis E. Mears. 1987
Samuel Saket of the Ten Mile community, died 14 August 1891 of paralysis. Funeral was held at the Ten Mile Baptist Church with burial in the churchyard. (From the Macon Republican Newspapers.)

1891 Aug 14 - Macon Co. MO Obituaries 1889-1903, Part 1 (by Phyllis E. Mears) 1987. (From Republican).
Samuel Saket, of the Ten Mile community, died 14 August 1891 of paralysis. Funeral was held at the Ten Mile Baptist Church with burial in the churchyard.
Grandma Sackett, 70, died 4 April 1894 at her home in the Ten Mile community. A few years ago her husband departed this life. She left a large family, all grown, consisting of three daughters and seven sons. She was a member of the Ten Mile Baptist church from where her funeral was held and burial in the churchyard.
(SHD Note: Samuel is son of Thomas Sackett and Grandma is Samuel's wife Margaret.) 
Sackett, Samuel S. (I4272)
 
370 1790 Census (H) 1-0-1 - [Jacobus; v1p234]
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of the Township of New Haven, Conn. In the cemetery at Hamden Plains, Conn., there stands a stone bearing the inscription:
This Stone is erected to the Memory of
LIEUT. ELISHA BOOTH
who died Jan. 5, 1793. A 70 Also to his Wife
MRS. SARAH BOOTH
Who died Dec. 5, 1800 A 80.
"The Ritious shall be in everlasting remembrance." 
Booth, Lieut. Elisha (I7913)
 
371 1790 Census (H) 2-0-1 Alling, Medad (I33229)
 
372 1790 Census (NoH) 1-0-1 - [Jacobus, v8p1824]
d 27 Mar 1806 age 81 [ - [Jacobus, v8p1824; cites NoHC] 
Todd, James (I22433)
 
373 1790 Census (Wtn) 2-1-5 - [Jacobus, v1p27] Alling, Ebenezer (I21783)
 
374 1790 Census, Bennington County, Vermont
Matthew Scott: 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16; 2 females
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Descendants of William Scott of Hatfield, MA 1668---1906 by Orrin Peer Allen, Palmer, MA 1906, Page 39
27. Matthew Scott, b. Aug. 4, 1739; m. Sarah ___. He settled in Bennington about 1762, and was a member of the first military band organized there in 1764. He removed to Woodford, Vt., and was the first town clerk on the organization of the town Feb. 11, 1879, followed by his son Zerah. Further history of the family not acertained.
Children b. in Bennington, Vt.
I. Zerah, b. Oct 9, 1765.
II. Noah, b. June 5, 1768.
III. Sarah Snow, b. Jec. 11, 1772.
IV. Cynthe, b. June 8, 1775.
V. Matthew, b. Nov. 24, 1781.
VI. Jonathan, b. Ded., 24, 1784.
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Birth of children also listed in TownRecordsA-1pgs200-340.doc, p. 281;
http://www.bennington.com/town/earlytownrecords.html
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The Vermont Historical Gazetteer: A Magazine, Embracing a History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biographical, and Military. Vol. 1.
Page 248; Vermont Historical Magazine
WOODFORD.
BY STEPHEN GLEASON.

This township was chartered by Benning Wentworth, Governor and Commander-in-chief of the province of New Hampshire, March 6, 1753, to Elisha Chaunccy and 59 others (66 shares). Aug. 12, 1762, the time to fulfil some of the conditions of the charter was extended. The town was organized Feb. 11, 1789, at the house of Elijah Dewey, in Bennington; Samuel Robinson, Moderator; «b»Matthew Scott«/b», Town Clerk.

"..."

The first inhabitant was Caleb More, and about the same time «b»Matthew and Zerah Scott «/b»settled. The firstborn was Benjamin Reed, Jr., son of Benjamin and Huldah Reed, Aug.11,1779. The first inhabitants who took the freeman's oath in town meeting held March 10, 1792, were as follows: Joseph Wilson, Caleb More, Obed Eddy, Zadock Pierce, Eli Tierce, Hezekiah Pierce, Benjamin Reed, and Samuel Orcutt. The first Representative chosen was Obed Eddy, who utterly refused to serve, in consequence of which no suffrages were given for Governor and other State and County officers and the meeting was adjourned.

The Town Clerks in order are as follows: «b»Matthew Scott, Zerah Scott«/b», Elkanah Danforth, William Park, chosen in 1809, and held the office (except Moses Robinson 2 or 3 years in the time), upwards of 30 years, Elisha Lyon, >. Park, Jr., Wm. G. Brown, Nathan Brown,
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Find A Grave Memorial
Matthew Scott
Birth: Aug. 4, 1739; Sunderland, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
Death: 1810; Brome County, Quebec, Canada

Matthew Scott lived most of his adult life in Bennington, VT. He fought in the Revolutionary was for the United States. Evidence suggests that Matthew Scott and his wife Sarah moved to Canada circa 1800 near his brother Daniel Scott.

Family links:
Parents:
Jonathan Scott (1705 - 1783)
Thankful Hitchcock Scott (1707 - 1801)
Spouse:
Sarah Scott (1741 - 1810)
Children:
Zerah Scott (1765 - 1847)

Burial:
Scottsmore Cemetery, Brome County, Quebec, Canada

Created by: Tim C
Record added: Jan 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83474774 
Scott, Matthew (I35278)
 
375 1790 Census, North Haven: 2 - 2 - 5
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d 19 July 1833 ae. 94 NoHT1 - [Jacobus, v1p223] 
Blakeslee, Joel (I22367)
 
376 1790 Census: Dalton, Berkshire Co., MA, p. 25, 1-1-6-0-0
1800 Census: Dalton, Berkshire Co., MA, p. 191, 21010-12210
1810 Census: ____, Onondaga Co., NY, p. 19, 12001-10101
1820 Census: Pompey, Onondaga Co., NY, p. 79
1830 Census: Pompey, Onondaga Co., NY, p. 285: 001 000 000 1000 - 000 000 010 0000
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Will of Jedediah Cleveland; dated 24 Sep 1831
Book E, p. 168
Sons; Jedediah and Silas [both living in Ohio]; Sumner and Merrel
Daughers; Lovica Hall; Lydia Russell [lives in Chautauqua Co., NY]; Clarissa Parsons, Anna Robertson; Philinda Sackett [living in Allegany Co., NY] and Orvilla Rice [living in Allegany Co., NY]
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Will proven 23 Nov 1831; Book E, pgs 168-174
Mentions; Geo. W. Robinson, Joseph Sackett, Avery Rice.
Grandchildren: Ira Wood; Harriet Wood [above 21 yrs, lives in Pompey, Onondaga Co., NY]
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Family as constructed from World Connect databases:
Children:
1. Lovica Cleveland, b: 26 Apr 1782; married James Hall
2. Lydia Cleveland, b: 7 Oct 1783 d. 2 Jun 1857; married Elisha Russell
3. Mary Cleveland, b: 18 Apr 1784 d. 7 Sep 1830; married Daniel Wood
4. Clarissa "Clara" Cleveland, b: 3 Sep 1786 d. 4 Mar 1860; married Gideon Parsons
5. Jedediah Cleveland, Jr., b: 17 Mar 1788 d. 7 Aug 1840; married Polly Doolittle
6. Anna Cleveland, b: 17 Nov 1789 d. 4 Sep 1790
7. Anna Cleveland, b: 1791; married George W. Robinson
8. Philinda Cleveland, b. 12 Oct 1792 d. 10 Oct 1842; married Joseph Sackett
9. Rev. Silas Hall Cleveland, b: 22 Nov 1795 d. 23 Apr 1875
10. Silva Cleveland, b: 22 Nov 1795 in Dalton, Mass
11. Merrill Cleveland, b: 1797
12. Sumner Cleveland, b: 1799
13. Orilla Cleveland, b. 6 Aug 1801 d. 24 Oct1865; married Avery Rice

Rev. Silas Hall Cleveland, b: 22 Nov 1795 in Dalton, Berkshire Co., MA; d. 23 Apr 1875 in Norton, OH
Married twice: (1) Betsey Briggs; (2) Mary Burnside Osborn 
Cleveland, Jedediah (I19509)
 
377 1790 Census: Hannah (H) 1-0-3 - [Jacobus, p2018]
Died 5 July 1827 age 81 (NHC1) - [Jacobus, p2018] 
Holbrook, Hannah (I33101)
 
378 1790 Census; (Wtn) 1 - 1 - 1
d 18 Apr 1830 age 70, Tomaston, T - [Jacobus, v1p124] 
Barnes, Eli (I24879)
 
379 1790 resided at Woodbridge, New Haven Co., CT
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Baptism: 6 Sep 1741, First Church, New Haven; White Haven Unitd - [Hopkins, Frances Blakesley and Pearl Delisle Flint; The Blakesley Family; 1958.]
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Military:
1755, private, 2nd Company, 2nd Regt.;
Aug 1757, sergeant; 2nd Regt, in defense of Ft. William Henry;
1759, 11th Co., 2nd Regiment;
1760, sergeant; 1st Company, 3rd Regt
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Gilbert, Geoffrey; «i»Gilberts of New England«/i»; Victoria, B. C.; G. Gilbert; 1959; p.390-391
M28. Samuel Gilbert (Samuel, Samuel, Matthew) was born 27 Nov. 1724 in New Haven, Conn.; died _____. He married 2 July 1750 Sarah Sackett of New Haven.
Samuel Gilbert was a private in Second Co. (Capt. James Peck), Second Regt. (Col. Elizzur Goodrich), from 26 Aug. to 7 Dec. 1755. Also "sergeant in Capt. James Peck's Company that went out of the Second Regiment in this Colony, commanded by the Honorable Roger Newton, Colonel, under command of John Hubbard esq., major of said regiment in the late alarm for ye defence of Fort William Henry and parts adjacent, Aug. 8 to 24, 1757." Also in Eleventh Co. (Capt. Thomas Wilmot) in Second Regt. (Col. Nathan Whiting), from 25 May to 6 Dec. 1759. Also Sergeant, First Co., Third Regt. (Capt. and Col. David Wooster), 3 Apr. to 23 Nov. 1760. (Conn. Hist. Soc. Collections, Fr. & Ind. War Rolls, vol. 1, pp. 30, 231; vol. 2, p. 144).
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1772, may have had son Levi (bap. 23 Feb.)
[Sources: 1) Tatro, Joan Gilbert, "My Paternal Line from Matthew Gilbert & Related Families". 1996; 2) Gilbert, Geoffrey, ed.; compiled by Brainard, Homer W. & Clarence Torrey, Gilberts of New England, Victoria, B.C.; 1959]
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Find A Grave Memorial
Samuel Gilbert
Birth: Nov., 1724; New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
Death: Nov. 27, 1797; Millerton, Dutchess County, New York, USA
Burial:
Winchell Mountain Burying Ground, Millerton, Dutchess County, New York, USA

Samuel is believed to have been the son of Samuel Gilbert and Hannah Dorman of New Haven, New Haven, CT.
He married his wife, Sarah Sackett? in 1750 and was the father of at least four children.
There were numerous Gilberts in the Northeast, Amenia area named in the 1790 Federal census.

Family links:
Spouse:
Sarah Gilbert (____ - 1818)

Created by: Sonja
Record added: Jul 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93298148 
Gilbert, Samuel III (I22336)
 
380 1798, Reuben Sacket, Jr. took freeman's oath, Addison Co., VT. [Source: "History of Addison County", edited by H. P. Smith, D. Mason & Co. Publishers, 1886, page 363]
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In 1800 a Reuben Sacket is found in PA as a neighbor of Enoch Sacket:
Souket [Sacket], Reuben
Year: 1800; State: Pennsylvania; County: Luzerne; Township: Pittston
Roll: M32_39«tab»Page: 367
Census: 001 00 - 001 00
[Reuben, age 16-25 = b. 1775-1784]
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Sacket, Reuben
Year: 1810; State: New York; County: Ontario; Township:
Roll: M252_33«tab»Page: 171
Census: 300 10 - 000 10
This could possibly be Reuben. The age fits and the three sons under 10 would fit with the son Myron, b. 1809 [and possibly Asa Sackett b. 1805 who was in the 1850 census in the same township as Myron Sackett].
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Sacket, Reuben
Year: 1820; State: IL; County: Randolph; Township: Kaskaskia
Roll: «tab»Page: 242 [page 97, line 1]
Census: 121 110 - 200 10
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilrandol/1825census.htm
CENSUS OF THE COUNTY
By Th. J. V. OWEN
Commission dated November 25, 1825
REFERENCE: COMBINED HISTORY OF RANDOLPH, MONROE, AND PERRY COUNTIES ILLINOIS - Biographical Sketches of some of their Prominent Men and Pioneers, Published by J. L. McDonough & Co., Philadelphia 1883 Page 115 & 116
HEADS OF FAMILIES; Township of Du Rocher
Reuben SACKETT
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Year: 1830; State: Illinois; County: St Clair; Township: Not stated
Roll 25, Page 152
Reubin Sacket
010 110 010 000 0 - 001 100 100 000 0
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Sacket, Rubin
Year: 1840; State: Illinois; County: St. Clair; Township: Unknown Townships
Roll: M704_70«tab»Page: 284
Image: 233
Census: 001 110 001 000 0 - 110 020 010 000 0
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Source for some of the descendants of Reuben Sackett Jr. is;
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).
[It appears that the LDS files are also the source for Reuben's 1820 marriage. However, if he is the individual in the 1800 PA census; it indicates that Reuben was married at the time the 1800 census was taken.] 
Sackett, Reuben Jr. (I15502)
 
381 1799 SAINT ANDREW'S SOCIETY p.334

599 ANDREW FOSTER.

Manager 1821-1823.

Andrew Foster, son of John Foster and Barbara Fairnie, his wife, was born at Kinghorn, in the "Kingdom of Fife," June 25, 1772, and died at his home, No. 5 Bowling Green, New York City, December 25, 1849. The exact year of Mr. Foster's appearance in New York has not been ascertained but an advertisement under date of April 30, 1798, stated that Foster & Giraud "commenced the grocery business at the corner of Taylor's Wharf and Front Street." His partner Giraud was Jacob Post Giraud and his sister, Ann Giraud, became the first wife of Mr. Foster. She was born July 19, 1776, and died on the 10th September, 1816. Mr. Foster married secondly Ann, daughter of Harmanus Ten Eyck of Albany, on March 1, 1819, at Albany, and by the Rev. Dr. Bradford. This lady was bom March 26, 1788, and died July 13, 1851. In 1800 Mr. Foster was carrying on business at Greenwich Street and later at 65 South Street. In course of time the firm became shipping merchants and owned many ships. After Mr. Giraud retired Mr. Foster's sons were admitted to partnership, the firm becoming Andrew Foster & Sons. One of his descendants states "I have always heard that he was a man of force, of high character and of a good heart. It is believed he was an elder in the Presbyterian Church." Mr. Foster's standing in the community is well attested to by the many estates administered by him as executor or trustee. In 1808 he became a director in the Jersey Bank, in 1809 a director of the New York State Bank, also of the Commercial Insurance Co., and the Washington Mutual Assurance Company. His portrait is in possession of the family. His son, Jacob Post Giraud Foster, joined the Society in 1850, and his grandson, Frederic de Peyster Foster, to whom we are indebted for much of the above information, joined the Society in 1913. 
Foster, Andrew (I40132)
 
382 1799 SAINT ANDREW'S SOCIETY p.334

599 ANDREW FOSTER.

Manager 1821-1823.

Andrew Foster, son of John Foster and Barbara Fairnie, his wife, was born at Kinghorn, in the "Kingdom of Fife," June 25, 1772, and died at his home, No. 5 Bowling Green, New York City, December 25, 1849. The exact year of Mr. Foster's appearance in New York has not been ascertained but an advertisement under date of April 30, 1798, stated that Foster & Giraud "commenced the grocery business at the corner of Taylor's Wharf and Front Street." His partner Giraud was Jacob Post Giraud and his sister, Ann Giraud, became the first wife of Mr. Foster. She was born July 19, 1776, and died on the 10th September, 1816. Mr. Foster married secondly Ann, daughter of Harmanus Ten Eyck of Albany, on March 1, 1819, at Albany, and by the Rev. Dr. Bradford. This lady was born March 26, 1788, and died July 13, 1851. In 1800 Mr. Foster was carrying on business at Greenwich Street and later at 65 South Street. In course of time the firm became shipping merchants and owned many ships. After Mr. Giraud retired Mr. Foster's sons were admitted to partnership, the firm becoming Andrew Foster & Sons. One of his descendants states "I have always heard that he was a man of force, of high character and of a good heart. It is believed he was an elder in the Presbyterian Church." Mr. Foster's standing in the community is well attested to by the many estates administered by him as executor or trustee. In 1808 he became a director in the Jersey Bank, in 1809 a director of the New York State Bank, also of the Commercial Insurance Co., and the Washington Mutual Assurance Company. His portrait is in possession of the family. His son, Jacob Post Giraud Foster, joined the Society in 1850, and his grandson, Frederic de Peyster Foster, to whom we are indebted for much of the above information, joined the Society in 1913. 
Giraud, Annie (I40133)
 
383 1800 > NEW YORK > DELAWARE > KORTRIGHT
Series: M32 Roll: 22 Page: 283
DAVIS, NATHANIEL 
Davis, Nehemiah (I5800)
 
384 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Addie SHERMAN, Dau, S, Female, W, 12, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Adelaide Elma (I25529)
 
385 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Alfred SHERMAN, Son, S, Male, W, 14, WI, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Alfred Tennyson (I25525)
 
386 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Harley SHERMAN, Son, S, Male, W, 3, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Harley Hudson (I25527)
 
387 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Mark SHERMAN, Son, S, Male, W, 7, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Mark Twain (I25526)
 
388 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Ralph SHERMAN, Son, S, Male, W, 5, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Charles Ralph (I25528)
 
389 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Sarah SHERMAN, Wife, M, Female, W, 35, PA, Keeping House, NY, NY 
Brockway, Sarah Cornelia (I25480)
 
390 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Vivian SHERMAN, Dau, S, Female, W, 9, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Vivian Cornelia (I25530)
 
391 1800 Census, Capioma, Nemaha, Kansas
FHL Film: 1254390; NA Film No.: T9-0390
Page No.: 96C
Winnifred SHERMAN, Dau, S, Female, W, 1, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Winifred (I25478)
 
392 1800 Census, New Town, Queens Co., NY p. 660
Sacket Leverage 000 01 - 000 02 
Leverich, Sackett (I7041)
 
393 1800 Census, Springfield, Erie, Pennsylvania
FHL Film: 1255128; NA Film No.: T9-1128
Page No.: 209D
Anson SHERMAN, Self, M, Male, W, 74, VT, Farmer, MA, VT
Angeline SHERMAN, Wife, M, Female, W, 65, NY, Keeping House, NY, VT
Ware SHERMAN, Son, M, Male, W, 31, PA, Works On Farm, VT, NY
Louese SHERMAN, DauL, M, Female, W, 27, PA, --, MA, OH
Gleni SHERMAN, GSon, S, Male, W, 4, PA, --, PA, PA
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WorldConnect db: artcohan
«i»ID:«/i» I04726
«i»Name:«/i» Anson B. Sherman
«i»Sex:«/i» M
«i»Birth:«/i» 1806 in VT «u»«sup»1«/u»«/sup» «u»«sup»2«/u»«/sup»
«i»Fact 1:«/i» 1850 HOF in Springfield, Erie Co., PA «u»«sup»2
«/u»
«i»«/sup»Father:«/i» Ware Darwin Sherman b: 3 Oct 1771 in Conway, Franklin Co., MA
«i»Mother:«/i» Anna D. Canfield b: 3 Oct 1771 in New Milford, Litchfield Co., CT

«i»Marriage«/i» 1Angeline ? b: 1815 in NY
«tab»«i»Married:«/i»«sup»2«/sup»
Children
Charles A. Sherman b: 1841 in PA
James A. Sherman b: 1846 in PA
Ware J. Sherman b: 1849 in PA

«i»Sources:«/i»
1. Title: RVS-74
2. Title: 1850 PA census 
Sherman, Anson Bassett (I25473)
 
394 1800 Census, Springfield, Erie, Pennsylvania
FHL Film: 1255128; NA Film No.: T9-1128
Page No.: 209D
[in household of her father-in-law Anson SHERMAN]
Louese SHERMAN, DauL, M, Female, W, 27, PA, --, MA, OH 
___, Louise (I26901)
 
395 1800 Census, Springfield, Erie, Pennsylvania
FHL Film: 1255128; NA Film No.: T9-1128
Page No.: 209D
[in household of his grandfather Anson SHERMAN]
Gleni SHERMAN, GSon, S, Male, W, 4, PA, --, PA, PA 
Sherman, Glen (I26902)
 
396 1800 census: pg 21/pg 53;
Sacket, Abraham - Panton, Addison Co. VT.
000 10 - 201 00 - 00 (1 m. 26-45; 2 f. <10, 1 f. 16-26)
1 m 26-45 Abraham (b. 1755-1774)
1 f <10 ? (b. 1790-1800)
1 f <10 ? (b. 1790-1800)
1 f 16-26 wife Lucy P. ____ (b. 1774-1784)
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1820 census, Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., NY.; Page 57
Abraham Sacket 111 101 200 10 - 03
1 m <10 (b. 1810-1820) Augustus b. 1811 [40 in 1850 census] b. VT
1 m 10-16 (b. 1804-1810) Abram G. b. 1809 [51 in 1860 census] b. VT
1 m 16-18 (b. 1802-1804) ?
1 m 16-26 (b. 1794-1804) Lyman N. b. 1802 [48 in 1850 census] b. VT
1 m 45+ (b. Bef. 1775) Abraham [1800 census b. 1755-1774]
1 f <10 (b. 1810-1820) ?
1 f <10 (b. 1810-1820) ?
1 f 26-44 (b. 1776-1794) Lucy
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Deed Room, St. Lawrence County, Court House, Canton, NY--
10 Jan 1820
Deed book Book 8, page 64, dated 10 Jan 1820, Joseph Sackett and Comfort
his wife of the town of Potsdam as 1st part, and Abraham Sackett of the
2nd part for $500 for property on road Potsdam to Ogdensburg.
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Oct 13, 1824
Joseph Sacket (grantee was Abraham Sacket) Book 8-Page 64 Oct 13, 1824
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Feb. 23, 1828; Deed book 10, page 248, Abram & Lucy Sacket of town of Potsdam of 1 st part, and Rufus Manly of the same place as 2nd part, dealing with property conveyed from Joseph Sacket. Feb. 23, 1828
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Feb. 23, 1828
Deed book 10, page 248, Abram & Lucy Sacket of town of Potsdam of 1 st part, and Rufus Manly of the same place as 2nd part, dealing with property conveyed from Joseph Sacket.
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1830 Census; Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., NY.; Page 145
Abram Sackett 000 100 010 000 0 - 000 010 001 000 0
1 m 15-20 (b. 1810-1815) Augustus R. [b. 1811]
1 m 50-60 (b. 1770-1780) Abram/Abraham [b. bef 1775]
1 f 15-20 (b. 1810-1815)
1 f 50-60 (b. 1770-1780) Lucy
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Joseph Sacket (grantee was Abraham Sacket) Book 13-Page 211 March 29, 1831 Potsdam
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16 April 1832
Deed book 26-page 353, 1st part Abram Sacket and Lucy, his wife, of Potsdam, NY, to Lyman N. Sacket and Abram G. Sacket of the same place as the 2nd part. property on road from Potsdam to Ogdensburg, signed in presence of Isaac Sacket, dated 16 April 1832, for $500.
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1840 Census, Pierrepont, page 248/486
Abraham Sackett 000 001 001 000 0 - 000 021 001 000 0 with 6 in house
and 2 ag workers
1 m 30-40 (b. 1800-1810) Abram G. ?
1 m 60-70 (b. 1770-1780) Abraham
1 f 20-30 (b. 1810-1820) Lucy ? [married Abram Reed in 1842]
1 f 20-30 (b. 1810-1820) Cornealia Sackett married Fortus Conkey on 1
October 1843 in Pierrepont ?
1 f 30-40 (b. 1800-1810)
1 f 60-70 (b. 1770-1780) Lucy
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Other possible children:
Laura Sacket wife of Thomas Hiram Pray 
Sackett, Abraham (I15460)
 
397 1800 Census; Butler City, Mount Pleasant Township, Bates County, Missouri
SD No. 6; ED No. 13; Sheet No. 10B' 15 June, 1900
Mechanic Street
242/253
Sackett, Belle R., Wife, W, F, May 1869, 31, M, 9, 3-3, Illinois, Scotland, Ohio, ---
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1920 Census; Ward 3, 6th Precinct, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
SD No. 5; ED No. 49; Sheet No. 3B; 3 January, 1920
3314/61/65
Sackett, Belle R., Wife, F, W, 50, M, Illinois, Scotland, Ohio, None
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Missouri State Board of Health; Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death; File No. 4396; Registered No. 31554
Place of Death: 3511 Genesee, Kansas City, Kaw Township, Jackson County
Full Name: Belle Ross Sackett
Length of residence in town where death occurred: 10 years
Female; White; Married
Date of Birth: May 18, 1869; Bloomington, Illinois
Date of Death: Nov. 3, 1922; Age: 53 years, 5 months, 15 days
Cause of Death: Carcinoma of breast
Burial: Nov. 4, 1922; Butler, Missouri
Husband: Filertus Sackett
Father: William W. Ross; Born Glascow[sic], Scotland
Mother: Sarah Jane Cunningham; Born: Ohio
Informant: Filertus Sackett; 3511 Genesee 
Ross, Belle (I28925)
 
398 1800 Census; Butler City, Mount Pleasant Township, Bates County, Missouri
SD No. 6; ED No. 13; Sheet No. 10B' 15 June, 1900
Mechanic Street
242/253
Sackett, Gladys, Daughter, W, F, Sept. 1894, 5, S, Missouri, Missouri, Illinois, ---
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1920 Census; Ward 3, 6th Precinct, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
SD No. 5; ED No. 49; Sheet No. 3B; 3 January, 1920
3314/61/65
Sackett, Gladys L., Daughter, F, W, 25, S, Missouri, Missouri, Illinois, Stenographer - Office wholesale optical 
Sacket, Gladys (I65373)
 
399 1800 Census; Butler City, Mount Pleasant Township, Bates County, Missouri
SD No. 6; ED No. 13; Sheet No. 10B' 15 June, 1900
Mechanic Street
242/253
Sackett, Mildred, Daughter, W, F, Nov. 1897, 2, S, Missouri, Missouri, Illinois, --- 
Sacket, Mildred (I65374)
 
400 1800 Census; Cross Roads, Rowan, Kentucky
FHL Film: 1254441; NA Film No.: T9-0441
Page No.: 428C
George W. DAVIS, Self, S, Male, W, 45, KY, Laborer, KY, KY
Clara DAVIS, Dau, S, Female, W, 6, KY, , KY, KY
Irvine DAVIS, Son, S, Male, W, 5, KY, , KY, KY
Charles DAVIS, Son, S, Male, W, 2, KY, , KY, KY
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http://tpettit.best.vwh.net/rowan/grooms/marr-S1.html#S-table
Rowan County Marriages
1856-1858, 1881-1912, plus selected 1913-1920
Bk / Pg / Groom / Bride / Date / Notes
2 / 48 / Sackett, Justin / Davis, Clara F / 14 Jun 1890
A / 30 / Sackett, Justin / Davis, Clarra F. / 15 Jun 1890 / surety bond: George W. Davis
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In the 1900 census Clara's two daughters are in the household of her parents:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Morehead, Rowan, Kentucky;
Roll: T623 550; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 114.
June 11, 1900
155/156
Davis, Geo, Head, W, M, May 1835, 65, M, 45, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky, Farmer
Davis, Louise, Wife, W, F, Feby 1840, 60, M, 45, 15, 12, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky
Davis, Lee G, Son, W, M, Oct 1880, 19, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky, Farm Laborer
Davis, Oliver, Son, W, M, Nov 1882, 17, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky, At School
Davis, Allen, Son, W, M, June 1885, 14, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky, At School
Davis, Fred, Son, W, M, Jany 1888, 12, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky
Davis, William, Son, W, M, Aug 1894, 5, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky (yes it says Aug 1894 & 5 years old!)
Sacket, Bertha, Grand daughter, W, F, June 1894, 5, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky
Sacket, Minnie, Grand daughter, W, F, June 1899, 11/12, S, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky 
Davis, Clara F. (I30829)
 

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