Sackett, Arthur James

Sackett, Arthur James

Male 1886 - 1913  (27 years)

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  • Name Sackett, Arthur James 
    Born 9 Jan 1886  Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • Treat genealogy says b. 9 Jan 1887
    Gender Male 
    Census 2 Jun 1900  Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Census 1 Jun 1905  Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Census c19 Apr 1910  Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Residence Oct 1912  Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Died 17 Jun 1913  Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7
    Buried Congressional Cemetery, Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7
    Person ID I23136  Sackett | Descendants of Thomas Sacket the Elder, Descendants of Simon Sackett the Colonist
    Last Modified 13 Sep 2017 

    Father Sackett, Dr. Howard Treat,   b. 13 Jun 1851, Tallmadge, Summit County, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Oct 1912, Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years) 
    Mother Brown, Harriet,   b. Oct 1860, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Dec 1943, Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 83 years) 
    Married 27 Apr 1882  Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Children 4 children 
     1. Sackett, Edwin Hiram,   b. 13 Jun 1883, Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Mar 1978, Lockwood, Yellowstone County, Montana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 94 years)
     2. Sackett, Arthur James,   b. 9 Jan 1886, Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Jun 1913, Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 27 years)
     3. Sackett, Ruth Eliza,   b. 21 Feb 1899, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Unknown
     4. Sackett, Alfred,   d. Unknown
     
    Family ID F8503  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Clugston, Florence E,   b. Nov 1891,   d. 17 Jan 1913, Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 21 years) 
    Children 
     1. Sackett, Ruth,   b. 1911, Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Unknown
     2. Sackett, John,   b. 23 Dec 1911, Washington, District of Columbia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Unknown
    Last Modified 22 Jan 2009 
    Family ID F8506  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 9 Jan 1886 - Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 2 Jun 1900 - Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1 Jun 1905 - Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - c19 Apr 1910 - Washington, District of Columbia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Sackett, Ruth - 1911 - Washington, District of Columbia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Sackett, John - 23 Dec 1911 - Washington, District of Columbia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Oct 1912 - Washington, District of Columbia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 17 Jun 1913 - Washington, District of Columbia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Congressional Cemetery, Washington, District of Columbia, USA Link to Google Earth
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    Pin Legend Address Cemetery Street/Feature Village/Neighborhood/Community Township/Parish City County/Shire State/Province Country Region Not Set

  • Notes 
    • From extracts of births in Fond du Lac County Wisconsin; posted by Kari Roehl:
      Child of Howard T & Harriet (Hattie) Brown: Arthur James born 1/9/1886 [1935/310]
      (states was born in Talluridge OH and died in 1912)
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      1900 Census, enumerated 2 Jun 1900 in Fond du Lac city Ward 2, north side, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States
      Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
      Howard T Sackett Head M 46 Ohio b. Jun 1854
      Hattie B Sackett Wife F 40 Wisconsin b. Oct 1860
      Edwin H Sackett Son M 17 Wisconsin b. Jun 1883
      Arthur J Sackett Son M 13 Wisconsin b. Jan 1887
      Ruth E Sackett Daughter F 1 Wisconsin b. Feb 1899
      District: 23 , Sheet Number and Letter: 2A , Household ID: 31 , Line Number: 31 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T623 , GS Film Number: 1241788 , Digital Folder Number: 004120628 , Image Number: 00662

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      Wisconsin, State Census, 1905 enumerated 1 Jun 1905 in Fond du Lac city, ward 11, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

      Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
      H T Sackett Head M 52y Ohio
      Hattie Sackett Wife F 45y Wisconsin
      Edwin Sackett Son M 22y Wisconsin
      Arthur Sackett Son M 19y Wisconsin
      Ruth Sackett Daughter F 6y Wisconsin
      Family Number: 166 , Line Number: 35 , GS Film number: 1020448 , Digital Folder Number: 4236854 , Image Number: 00263


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      1910 US Federal Census Index
      Name: Arthur Sackett
      Age in 1910: 23
      Estimated Birth Year: 1886
      Birthplace: WisconsinHome in 1910: ED 110, WASHINGTON, District Of Columbia
      Race: White; Gender: Male
      Series: T624; Roll: 152; Part: 2; Page: 21A
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      The Daily Commonwealth, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin - October 8, 1912 [mentioned in the obit for his father]
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      The Daily Commonwealth, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin June 18, 1913
      Shoots His Wife And Then Suicides
      Arthur J. Sackett Slays During Insane Fury

      DIVORCE ACTION PENDING

      Alleged Infidelity Of Young Wife And Loss Of Position Results in Baleful Tragedy.

      Crazed by constant brooding over trouble growing out of an estrangement with his wife against whom he had instituted divorce proceedings, Arthur J. Sackett, a son of Mrs. H.T. Sackett, 157 Sheboygan street, shot and mortally wounded his wife and then turned the revolver on himself Tuesday night on a Washington, D.C. thoroughfare. Both died in a hospital within an hour.

      News of the tragedy reached the Sackett home on Sheboygan street this morning, completely prostrating Mrs. Sackett. A daughter, Miss Ruth, is away in Chicago and the news of the affair will probably be withheld until her return home.

      Inquiry at the Sackett home this morning elicited the information that Arthur J. Sackett and his wife have been living apart since January when he began divorce proceedings. Mrs. Edward Kent of this city, while in Washington several weeks ago, had a long talk with Mr. Sackett in which he revealed to her the details of his domestic entanglement. "From what Arthur told me," said Mrs. Kent, "I don't blame the boy for leaving her."

      It is also stated that Mr. Sackett was very fond of his wife, whom he married when she was 18 years of age. The couple have been married for five years and have two children, a boy and a girl. Mrs. Sackett was a Washington girl, her parents residing in that city at the present time.

      Up to January Mr. Sackett occupied a position of importance in the government service but the domestic troubles caused him to lose his position. The loss of position which held out splendid opportunities for Mr. Sackett, coupled with his home troubles, are believed to have preyed upon his mind to such an extent that meeting his wife on the street his mind gave way and the slaying followed.

      Athur (typo in text) spent his boyhood in Fond du Lac and was known among his intimates as "Pat". He left here some years ago and located at Washington, where he entered the government service. It was there that he met the girl that he subsequently married. Mr. Sackett was in Fond du Lac last fall, at the time of the death of his father, Dr. Howard T. Sackett, which took place October 7. He was accompanied here by his daughter, who was then three years of age.
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      The Washington Post, Washington D.C.
      June 18, 1913

      KILLS HER AND DIES

      A.J. Sackett Blames Girl-Wife for Love Tragedy

      Shots Fly on Sidewalk

      Former Street Cleaning Department Clerk Plans Deed Carefully.

      Couple Separated and Children in Care of Other People-Vaguely Refers to Another Man in Letter He Leaves Explaining Motive for Murder and Suicide -Meets Victim in Pension Park, and Shooting Follows in E Street

      Arthur J. Sackett, 25 years old, a former clerk in the street cleaning department, at 11:50 last night, shot his wife, Flora, 20 years old, and then himself, on the sidewalk in front of 109 E street northwest. Sackett blew his brains out. He died instantly. His wife lived for half an hour after she had been taken to Emergency Hospital. One bullet had gone through her body, the other through her face, neck and right shoulder.

      Wife Vaguely Blamed

      In a letter which was found in one of Sackett's pockets, and which shows that he had made a thorough preparation beforehand, the young woman is vaguely blamed for the step Sackett had determined to take. The police, however, have been acquainted with Sackett since May, 1909, and it was said in the Sixth precinct last night that he had never supported his pretty, young wife or their two children, one of whom lives with Sackett's mother, while the other, a girl, 2 years old, has been taken care of by Mrs. Harry Sanger, of 1223 New Jersey avenue northwest, to whom Sackett's letter was addressed. Sackett and his wife were not living together.

      Letter to Mrs. Sanger.

      In part the letter says:

      Dear Mrs. Sanger:

      "I have decided to end everything, as I think it will be best for Flora. She is not doing the right thing and I can't let the children suffer for her faults.

      "I am sure that Ruth is well taken care of and I hope you will adopt her, and I am sure that in later years she will be a comfort to you and Mr. Sanger. As to Little John. I don't know what will become of him, but I wish you could try and have a good family adopt him. Please notify my mother at 157 Sheboygan street, Fond du Lac, Wis. She is the beneficiary of an insurance policy for $2,000, and I think you can see her about money for Ruth's and John's education.

      "I regret this very much, but I have endured this as long as I can, and I cannot stand the separation from the children.

      "I hope (here is a name used, which the police have withheld) the young man Flora thought so much of will in the future not go between any more married couples, as he has certainly broken up ours.

      "I must close now, as I am to see Flora soon. With love to Ruth, and hoping you and Mr. Sanger will always remain devoted to each other, as it is the only way, sincerely, yours "ARTHUR J. SACKETT"

      Arrested For Non Support.

      Policemen who have known the pair for four or five years said last night that Sackett's allusion to another man in the case probably was a deliberate untruth, which would seem to be borne out by the young man's record.

      According to Mrs. Sanger, who is the girl's aunt, and with whom the younger child, Ruth, is living, Sanger* was merely an orderly in Providence Hospital when, representing himself as a doctor, he induced her niece to marry him. That was about five years ago.

      According to the police records, Mrs. Sackett had her husband arrested on May 3, 1910, for nonsupport, and on January 13, 1911, the juvenile court issued an attachment for him, and he went to Occoquan for nonpayment. Before that, on June 3, 1909, and on May 6, of the same year, he was arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses and embezzlement, respectively.

      *Sanger is written, but I believe Sackett is meant. [Kari Roehl]

      Story of Eyewitness.

      The shooting and the circumstances immediately preceding it were described to the police by Max Tass, a tailor, 19 years old, in front of whose house the tragedy occurred.

      Tass said he noticed the couple in the Pension Office park, where they seemed to be exchanging angry words. On his way home he followed them out of the park and passed them at Second and E streets, where they had paused.As Tass entered the yard in front of his home at 109, he said, he heard the couple, who had come on after him, resume their quarrel. Stopping directly in front of Tass' gate, Mrs. Sackett said, angrily:

      "Any man who points a gun at me I don't want to see at all. The first officer I see I'm going to have search you."

      Tass said that he was just about to step back to the sidewalk to see if he could be of assistance to the woman when Sackett suddenly drew away from her-he had been pacing along close at her left side-and whipped out a pistol.

      Shot Wife Twice.

      He fired twice. The girl screamed and fell, and even as she fell Sackett placed the muzzle of the gun against his right temple and pulled the trigger again. The side of his head was blown in. One bullet, fired at such close range that Mrs. Sackett's shirtwaist was powder burned, struck her in the left side, passing through her body and piercing several vital organs. The other struck her in the face, passed through and into the neck, and finally lodged in the right shoulder, which it shattered.

      Policeman Harbaugh of the Sixth precinct station, which is only two squares away from the scene of the double tragedy, was standing at Second and E streets, hardly a square from the spot, when he heard the shots and started in their direction. He found Tass standing over the bodies, and sent him running to the police station to summon an ambulance.

      Wild Run to Hospital.

      But by the time Dr. Newhouse arrived from the Emergency Hospital, and another ambulance reached the scene from the Casualty Hospital, Harbaugh and the policeman who had rushed out of the station house, had placed Sackett and the wounded girl in a taxicab and started on a wild run with them for the Emergency Hospital.

      Sackett was already dead, and his wife was unconscious. She died before the surgeons could prepare to operate on her.

      The revolver with which Sackett accomplished the crime is a small nickel plated, .32- caliber weapon, and when the police picked it up 3 of its 6 cartridges were empty, showing he had fired three times. In the hospital 6 additional cartridges were found in one of his pockets, as well as the letter which had been quoted, an old letter, on the back of which he had written, "Please notify my mother", (giving her name and address), and a purse containing no money. Evidently he didn't have a cent.

      Wife's Residence Not Located.

      The police were unable to learn where Mrs. Sackett had been living, although one of her children, Ruth, the baby, was found with Mrs. Sanger, and the other, John, 3 years old, with the dead woman's mother, Mrs. James Harrington, who has an apartment at the Royalston, in M street, near Tenth, northwest. Neither Mrs. Harrington or Mrs. Sanger could tell where Mrs. Sackett had been living. Indeed, both, when they had been told of the tragedy, became so hysterical that it was almost impossible to learn anything from them.

      Sackett had been boarding in the Tyree Café, at 401 G street northwest, where the proprietress of the place said he had been employed, recently in the Cosmos Theater, pending his appointment to a district job of some sort.

      Enlisted in the Navy.

      It is said that his parents in Fond du Lac, Wis., are in comfortable circumstances, and that Sackett ran away from home when very young and enlisted in the Navy. Here in Washington he managed to get Senator La Follette, of Wisconsin, interested in his behalf, with the result that he obtained, first, a job in the Navy Department, which he did not hold, and later a clerkship in the District street-cleaning department. It was during an interval between two of the many fairly good jobs he had had in Washington, and while he was an orderly in Providence Hospital, that he met his wife, then a good deal under the legal age limit, and, representing himself as a regular physician on duty in the hospital, induced her to run away with him. They were married while the girl's parents and the police were searching for her.
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      The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. June 19, 1913

      MOTHER IS PENNILESS

      Potter's Field for Murderer and Suicide

      Sackett Passed Bad Checks

      Wife's Pleas Prevented Prosecution. Widowed Parent Now Sued for Ring Son Bought While in Wisconsin for Father's Funeral-Children With Their Grandmother

      The body of Mrs. Flora Sackett who was shot to death on E street, northwest Tuesday night by her husband, will be buried tomorrow afternoon in Glenwood Cemetery, while that of Sackett, who blew out his own brains after murdering his wife, will be laid in the Potter's field. Mrs. James Harrington, of the Royalston apartments, in M street, had her daughter's remains removed yesterday to an undertaking establishment, in which the funeral services will be held preceding the burial. The District will have to bury Sackett.

      A telegram, received at police headquarters yesterday from the chief of police of Fond du Lac, Wis., says:

      "Mrs. H.T. Sackett is unable financially to go to Washington or to take charge of the remains of her son Arthur. She would like to have his grave marked or numbered."

      Wife's Home Located.

      The police learned yesterday that Sackett's wife was boarding at 522 Second street northwest, and that she and her two children were being supported by her mother and her aunt, Mrs. Harry Sanger, to whom Sackett's letter of explanation was directed. The younger child, Ruth, 1 year old, was with Mrs. Sanger, while John, aged 3, was with his grandmother. The latter has both of them now.

      In the investigation which the police made to satisfy the coroner, enough evidence was gathered to found the belief that Sackett, when he killed his wife and himself, carried out a threat which he had made in the hope of coercing his wife into refraining from causing his arrest. Less than two months ago Sackett was sent to the workhouse for nonsupport. After his release, the police say, Judge DeLacy gave him a week or two in which to arrange for the support of his family, failing which he was to return to jail. The police think that Sackett tried to extract from his wife a promise not to hale him into court again.

      Passed Bad Checks.

      Several bad checks which Sackett passed in Washington were made good, the police say, by Mrs. Harrington, and it was her pleading, joined with that of his wife, which saved him from prosecution. Even now his mother faces suit for the recover of a $200 diamond ring which, the police say, Sackett obtained from a jeweler when he went to Fond du Lac to attend his father's funeral a few months ago. Having obtained from Mrs. Harrington the money for the trip, he had the ring charged to his mother, who then had hardly enough money with which to meet her husband's funeral expenses.

      Father A Prominent Dentist.

      Fond du Lac, Wis.,-June 18.-Arthur J. Sackett, who murdered his wife and then committed suicide in Washington, D.C., last night, was well known here, and was a son of the late Dr. Howard Sackett, former president of the Wisconsin State Dental Association. A divorce action had been pending since the first of the year, Sackett being the complainant.
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      Same paper on June 19, 1913, different article, repeated on June 20, 1913

      DIED.

      SACKETT-Suddenly, on Tuesday, June 17, 1913, at 11 p.m., Flora E., beloved wife of Arthur J. Sackett and daughter of Mrs. J. Harrington.

      Funeral fromLee??s undertaking establishment on Friday, June 20, at 2 p.m. Interment (private) at Glenwood cemetery.

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      District of Columbia Deaths, 1874-1959
      Name: Arthur J. Sackett
      Event Type: Death
      Event Date: 17 Jun 1913
      Event Place: District of Columbia, United States
      Address: 401-J. St. N. W.
      Gender: Male
      Age: 25
      Marital Status: Married
      Occupation: Clerk
      Birth Year (Estimated): 1888
      Birthplace: Wis.
      Burial Date: 20 Jun 1913
      Cemetery: Conyrucina... Cemetery
      Father's Birthplace: Wis.
      Mother's Birthplace: Wis.
      Reference ID: cn 211932 , GS Film Number: 2115607 , Digital Folder Number: 004025331 , Image Number: 2517

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      From Find A Grave Memorial# 112570359
      Arthur James Sackett
      Birth: Jan. 9, 1886
      Fond du Lac
      Fond du Lac County
      Wisconsin, USA
      Death: Jun. 17, 1913
      Washington
      District of Columbia
      District Of Columbia, USA

      Arthur Sackett Beloved son of Harriet Brown Sackett and the late Howard Treat Sackett

      Family links:
      Parents:
      Howard Treat Sackett (1851 - 1912)
      Harriet Brown Sackett (1860 - 1943)

      Burial:
      Congressional Cemetery
      Washington
      District of Columbia
      District Of Columbia, USA
      Plot: R56 319

      Maintained by: bonedigger
      Originally Created by: HWA
      Record added: Jun 19, 2013
      Find A Grave Memorial# 112570359

  • Sources 
    1. [S1282] North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000, (Ancestry.com) (Reliability: 2), 13 Sep 2017.
      The Treat Family : A genealogy of Trott, Tratt, and Treat : for fifteen generations, and four hundred . . .

      pp. 456-457
      #2428. Eliza Amna Treat . . . born Feb. 11, 1829 in Tallmadge, Summit Co., Ohio; died Aug. 12, 1890, in Tallmadge; married Oct. 29, 1848, Deacon Hiram Aiken Sackett. He is a farmer and resides in Tallmadge.

      Children of Hiram A. and Eliza A. Sackett, born in Tallmadge:

      3556. Lucy Melissa, b. July 31, 1849; m. Feb. 4, 1885, Frank Alling of Tallmadge. Children:
      1. Myrtle Sackett Alling, b. Aug. 13, 1886.
      2. Eliza Treat Alling, b. Aug. 11, 1891.

      3557. Howard Treat, b. June 13, 1851; m. April 27, 1882, Hattie Brown. Children:
      1. Edwin Hiram Sackett, b. June 2, 1885.
      2. Arthur James Sackett, b. Jan. 9, 1887.

      3558. Walter Bryan, b. April 6, 1853; m. June 13, 1878, Ella Baldwin. Children:
      1. Clara Baldwin Sackett, b. Nov. 12, 1879.
      2. Harriet Eliza Sackett, b. May 28, 1885.

      3559. Edward Arthur, b. July 28, 1856; m. Oct. 6, 1887, Nellie Monroe. Children:
      1. William Monroe Sackett, b. Aug 12, 1888.
      2. Hiram Aiken Sackett, b. June 13, 1890.

      3560. Charles Clark, b. Jan 15, 1859; m. Oct. 21, 1884, Cora Alling. Children:
      1. Claude Charles Sackett, b. Oct. 6, 1885.
      2. Frances Alling Sackett, b. oct. 11, 1889.
      3. Elmer Beach Sackett, b. Sept. 10, 1891.

      3561. Franck Hutchins, b. Sept. 13, 1861.

      3562. Stella Eliza, b. May 25, 1864.

      3563. Gertrude Viola, b. July 12, 1867, m. Oct. 9, 1888, Walter Atwood. Son:
      1. Ernest Sackett Atwood, b. Oct. 23, 1889.

      3564. Katharine Amorette, b. Sept. 24, 1870.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith

    2. [S954] 1900 U.S. Census, 23 May 2015.
      1900 Census, enumerated 2 Jun 1900 in Fond du Lac city Ward 2, north side, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States
      Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
      Howard T Sackett Head M 46 Ohio b. Jun 1854
      Hattie B Sackett Wife F 40 Wisconsin b. Oct 1860
      Edwin H Sackett Son M 17 Wisconsin b. Jun 1883
      Arthur J Sackett Son M 13 Wisconsin b. Jan 1887
      Ruth E Sackett Daughter F 1 Wisconsin b. Feb 1899
      District: 23 , Sheet Number and Letter: 2A , Household ID: 31 , Line Number: 31 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T623 , GS Film Number: 1241788 , Digital Folder Number: 004120628 , Image Number: 00662

    3. [S457] Wisconsin, State Census, 1905, (FamilySearch.org), 23 May 2015.
      Wisconsin, State Census, 1905 enumerated 1 Jun 1905 in Fond du Lac city, ward 11, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

      Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
      H T Sackett Head M 52y Ohio
      Hattie Sackett Wife F 45y Wisconsin
      Edwin Sackett Son M 22y Wisconsin
      Arthur Sackett Son M 19y Wisconsin
      Ruth Sackett Daughter F 6y Wisconsin
      Family Number: 166 , Line Number: 35 , GS Film number: 1020448 , Digital Folder Number: 4236854 , Image Number: 00263

    4. [S57] 1910 U.S. Census, 23 May 2015.
      From United States Census, 1910
      Name: Arthur Sackett
      Event Type: Census
      Event Year: 1910
      Event Place: Precinct 6, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
      Gender: Male
      Age: 23
      Marital Status: Married
      Race: White
      Race (Original): White
      Relationship to Head of Household: Boarder
      Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Boarder
      Birth Year (Estimated): 1887
      Birthplace: Wisconsin
      Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
      Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin

    5. [S546] Sackett, Daniel; of Missoula, MT.

    6. [S440] District of Columbia Deaths, 1874-1959, (FamilySearch.org), 23 May 2015.
      District of Columbia Deaths, 1874-1959
      Name: Arthur J. Sackett
      Event Type: Death
      Event Date: 17 Jun 1913
      Event Place: District of Columbia, United States
      Address: 401-J. St. N. W.
      Gender: Male
      Age: 25
      Marital Status: Married
      Occupation: Clerk
      Birth Year (Estimated): 1888
      Birthplace: Wis.
      Burial Date: 20 Jun 1913
      Cemetery: Conyrucina... Cemetery
      Father's Birthplace: Wis.
      Mother's Birthplace: Wis.
      Reference ID: cn 211932 , GS Film Number: 2115607 , Digital Folder Number: 004025331 , Image Number: 2517

    7. [S543] Find A Grave (www.findagrave.com), 112570359, 23 May 2015.
      From Find A Grave Memorial# 112570359
      Arthur James Sackett
      Birth: Jan. 9, 1886
      Fond du Lac
      Fond du Lac County
      Wisconsin, USA
      Death: Jun. 17, 1913
      Washington
      District of Columbia
      District Of Columbia, USA

      Arthur Sackett Beloved son of Harriet Brown Sackett and the late Howard Treat Sackett

      Family links:
      Parents:
      Howard Treat Sackett (1851 - 1912)
      Harriet Brown Sackett (1860 - 1943)

      Burial:
      Congressional Cemetery
      Washington
      District of Columbia
      District Of Columbia, USA
      Plot: R56 319

      Maintained by: bonedigger
      Originally Created by: HWA
      Record added: Jun 19, 2013
      Find A Grave Memorial# 112570359


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