Family: Parker, Thomas Hale / Sackett, Lucinda (F838)

m. 28 Feb 1833

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  • Parker, Thomas HaleFather | Male
    Parker, Thomas Hale

    Born  1808   
    Died  1851   
    Married  28 Feb 1833  [1, 2]  Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA  [1, 2] Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Parker, Amos | F839 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Hale, Anne Stebbins | F839 Group Sheet 

    Sackett, LucindaMother | Female
    Sackett, Lucinda

    Born  25 Nov 1811   
    Died  19 Nov 1893  Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Sackett, John | F724 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Mosely, Lucinda | F724 Group Sheet 

    Parker, ElizabethChild 1 | Female
    Parker, Elizabeth

    Born  24 Apr 1834   
    Died  14 Feb 1835   

    Parker, Mary E.Child 2 | Female
    Parker, Mary E.

    Born  14 Feb 1837   
    Died  16 Oct 1881   
    Spouse  Howard, Radolphus E. | F840 
    Married  16 Feb 1864  Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location

    Parker, Ann ElizaChild 3 | Female
    Parker, Ann Eliza

    Born  14 Feb 1837   
    Died  16 Nov 1878   
    Spouse  Bemus, Arthur J. | F842 

    Parker, Julia FrancesChild 4 | Female
    Parker, Julia Frances

    Died  Unknown  Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location

    Parker, Thomas HaleChild 5 | Male
    Parker, Thomas Hale

    Born  20 Aug 1851   
    Died  21 Jan 1904   
    Spouse  Barker, Lizzie B. | F843 
    Married  17 Jun 1893   

  • Notes  Married:
    • February 28 1833 Thomas H Parker & Lucinda Sacket Marriage

      Thomas H. Parker enters his intentions of Marriage with Lucinda Sackett both of this town Feb 9 1833 posted Feb 10 Wm Bliss T. Clerk, Certif Feb 26

      9 March 1833 Saturday Married-In this town, Feb 28, by Rev. Dr. Osgood, Mr. Thomas H. Parker to Miss Lucinda Sackett, daughter of Mr. John Sackett

  • Sources 
    1. [S2] Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, Compiled by Clifford L Stott, Published by NEHGS.

    2. [S1619] (Reliability: 3), 5 Jan 2019.
      Wilkes-Barre Semi-Weekly Record (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), 24 Nov 1893, Fri, Page 1

      A Former Wllkes-Barre Lady Dead.


      Mrs. Lucinda Sackett Parker, aged 82 years, the daughter of John Sackett of Westfield, Mass , and widow of Thomas Hale Parker, died in Springfield, Mass., Nov. 19. 1893. She was born in 1811 in Westfield, her faither being proprietor of s hotel on the spot where the old Woronoco bouse stood. Her grandfather was a large landowner in Westfield. He made the present common there and was an important man in the town. When quite young she went to Albany with a sister and brother, Israel Sackett and after a few years' residence returned to Westfteld. In Albany her brother opened the first coffee house and hotel ever kept in the city. The family moved to Springfield in 1830 and in 1833 Miss Sackett married Thomas H. Parker, a mason, architect and builder, and they moved to Brooklyn about 1835. From here the family moved to Binghamton, N. Y., and later to Wilkes-Barr, where Mr. Parker died In 1831. After bis death Mrs. Parker went to Springfield and lived there tor 42 years. Mr. Parker was a member of Olivet Church. She had six children, three died In infancy; Anna E. Bernis, aged 42. died in 1878, and Mary E. Howard, aged 45, died in 1881. One son survives, Thomas H. Parker, who was born in Wilkes-Barr.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith

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