1785 - 1852 (66 years)
||Sackett, Isaac Anson |
||1 Oct 1785
||4 Feb 1852
||Stamford, Delaware, New York, USA
||Sackett | Descendants of John Sackett the Colonist
||22 Feb 2011 |
||Sackett, Jonathan, d. 1798 |
||___, ___, d. Unknown |
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||7 children |
| ||1. Sackett, Sarah, b. Abt 1767, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA , d. 6 Sep 1851, Oxford, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA (Age ~ 84 years)|
| ||2. Sackett, John, d. Unknown|
| ||3. Sackett, Phebe, d. Unknown|
| ||4. Sackett, William W., b. Abt 1775, Connecticut, USA , d. 4 Feb 1858, Bethany, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA (Age ~ 83 years)|
| ||5. Sackett, Joseph, d. Unknown|
| ||6. Sackett, David, d. Unknown|
| ||7. Sackett, Isaac Anson, b. 1 Oct 1785, d. 4 Feb 1852, Stamford, Delaware, New York, USA (Age 66 years)|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Davis, Eunice, b. Abt 1785, Connecticut, USA , d. Aft 1850 (Age ~ 66 years) |
||18 May 1809
||Harpersfield, Delaware, New York, USA 
| ||1. Sackett, Louisa W., b. 24 Oct 1810, d. Unknown|
| ||2. Sackett, Orramel E., b. 25 Sep 1812, New York, USA , d. Unknown|
| ||3. Sackett, Emily, b. 24 Jun 1815, d. 15 Mar 1905 (Age 89 years)|
| ||4. Sackett, Nehemiah Jobe D., b. 12 Jun 1817, Delaware County, New York, USA , d. 17 Sep 1887, Lawsville Center, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, USA (Age 70 years)|
| ||5. Sackett, Ornano H., b. 21 Dec 1818, Pennsylvania, USA , d. Jun. 10, 1896 (Age 77 years)|
| ||6. Sackett, Hannah, b. 3 Jun 1821, d. Unknown|
| ||7. Sackett, Edwin O., b. 2 Jul 1823, d. Unknown|
| ||8. Sackett, Socrates G., b. 16 Dec 1827, Delaware County, New York, USA , d. 4 Jun 1902, Cochecton Center, Sullivan County, New York, USA (Age 74 years)|
||10 Jan 2011 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
|Married - 18 May 1809 - Harpersfield, Delaware, New York, USA
|Child - Sackett, Orramel E. - 25 Sep 1812 - New York, USA
|Child - Sackett, Nehemiah Jobe D. - 12 Jun 1817 - Delaware County, New York, USA
|Child - Sackett, Ornano H. - 21 Dec 1818 - Pennsylvania, USA
|Child - Sackett, Socrates G. - 16 Dec 1827 - Delaware County, New York, USA
|Died - 4 Feb 1852 - Stamford, Delaware, New York, USA
- Jacobus, v7p1584 has him as son of Jonathan:
Isaac; res. Harpersfield, N.Y., 1806.
Weygant has him as son of W# 282-Joseph Sackett of Pennsylvania. - [Weygant, p. 115]
of Stamford, Delaware County, NY.,
He was by occupation in early life a blacksmith, but in his later years followed farming. There is a mystery surrounding his death. He left his home, not saying where he was going, and did not return. After a considerable lapse of time a search was determined upon and his dead body was found in a nearby piece of woods. An examination of his remains revealed that his death had resulted from a gunshot wound. - [Weygant, p. 115, 172]
Sacket, Isaac A. «tab»
Year: 1810; State: NY; County: Delaware; Township:
Roll: M252_26; Page: 491
Census: 002 00 - 001 00
Sackett, Isaac A.
Year: 1820; State: NY; County: Delaware; Township:
Series: M33; Roll: 65; Page: 70
Census: 300 010 - 200 10
Sacket, Isaac H.
Year: 1830; State: NY; County: Delaware; Township: Harpersfield
Roll: M19_89; Page: 86; Image: 162
Year: 1850; State: NY; County: Delaware; Township: Harpersfield
Roll:, M432_494, Page: 175
Alix Burch/Busch, 33, M, M, Farmer, N.Y.
Abigail Burch/Busch, 34, F, -, ---, Mass.
David J. Burch/Busch, 9, M, M, ---, N.Y.
Emily K. Burch/Busch, 5, F, -, ---, N.Y.
Sarah J. Burch/Busch, 3, F, -, ---, N.Y.
Sally Burch/Busch, 68, F, -, ---, Conn
Alix McKinsie, 16, m, M, Laborer, N.Y.
Sackett, Isaac A., 65, m, M, ---, Conn
Copies of the inquest documents provided by Bill Sackett:
(transcription by Thurmon King)
State of New York
On the Examination of witnesses
produced sworn & examiined on the 11th
day of February 1852 at the town of
Stamford in said county before me
Harry R. Hamilton one of the coroners
in and for said county and
Jeffry H Champlin, Tobert English, Mr
John Baggs, Urial Hamilton, Davit
B. Case, William Marshall, Charles
Csuffin, David Squires, Nicholas Champlin
Miles Stewdley & Norman K. Wilcox &
John R. Clark.
good and lawful men of the said county
duly sworn upon their oaths to enquire
into all the circumstances attending the
death of Isaac A. Sacket & by whome
the same was produced and in which
manner & when & where the said Isaac
A. Sacket came to his death do say upon
their oaths aforesaid, that the said Isaac
A. Sackett did voluntarily and of his own
malice aforethought inflict a mortal wound
in and upon the head of him the said
Isaac A. Sacket. Of which said mortal
wound the said Isaac A. Sackett, then
& there instantly died & so the jurors
aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid
say that the said Idaac A. Sackett
did then and there in the manner aforesaid
and at the place aforesaid voluntairly
& of his own malice and aforethought kill
and Murder himself the said Isaac A.
Sacket against the peace of the people
of this State & their dignity.
In witness whereof as well the Said
Coroner as the jurors aforesaid have to
this inquisition set their hands & Seals
on the day of the date
of this inquistion aforesaid
Henry R. Hamilton Cornoner
[Signed by the jurors]
Testimony of George Churchill
George Churchhill sworn & examined: I
live in this town. I have been aquainted with
Isaac A. Sacket for a good many years
Mr Sacket came to Mr Fullers a week ago
last Tuesday night & asked me what I
was going at the next day. I told him
I had to go down to Mr Selmans to
work - I asked him if he did not
want to go & catch a rabbit & he replied
he did. He wanted to go up in the Swamp
& catch one. I told him I could not
go but he might take my dog & gun
I told him I had not any shot
I told him I had powder. I went to
Selmans the next day & was told he came
& got & got my gun about 3 O'Clock.
The last I saw him was at Mr. Fullers &
the next time I saw him in the Fa????
Yesterday morning the 10th inst. John W.
Juller & John Flemming & myself came
in the woods together on Charles Churchill
land in the town of Stamford & we came
to the body of Isaac A. Sacket. I saw
him first. He had my gun with him
(the gun is produced) Mr Sacket lay
on his back with the gun in his hand.
We could see (where he came)[crossed out] his tracks in
the snow.Theno even no other tracks
about him. The powder horn (produced
to the witness) is mine. It was about
1/3 full of powder. Box of caps
produced, I cant tell whether the caps
are mine or not.
Dr Joseph Leal Sloane; I am a Physician
& have examined the wound [of the (crossed out)] of
on the person of the deceased Isaac
A. Sackett & think it is sufficient to
- [S242] Families of Ancient New Haven, Vol. VII, David Lines Jacobus, p1584 (Reliability: 3).
- [S3] Charles H. Weygant; The Sacketts Of America Their Ancestors and Descendants 1630-1907; Newburgh, N. Y. 1907; Journal Pri, Weygant, Charles H., (Newburgh, N. Y., 1907), page 172 (Reliability: 3).