Dwight Sacket

FatherAsher Sacket (1788-before 1855)
MotherNancy ___ (c 1795-)
Dwight Sacket, mason, son of Asher Sacket and Nancy ___, was born in Russell, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, on 2 October 1823.1,2 He died aged 68 in Battle Creek, Calhoun County, MichiganG, on 7 December 18913 and was buried at Hicks Cemetery, Pennfield, Calhoun CountyG.4 He married in Brattleboro, Windham County, VermontG, on 1 March 1845, Caroline A Bolton.5
     In 1850 Dwight was living in South Hadley, Hampshire County, MassachusettsG, and was recorded in the census as Dwight Sacket, aged 26, and born in Massachusetts. Living with him were his wife Caroline, 26, and their children, Dwight, 4, Eugene, 1, and Almeron, aged two months.6

Children of Dwight Sacket and Caroline A Bolton

 Notes & Citations

  1. Birthplace from son Almiron's birth record.
  2. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "1322. Dwight Sacket."
  3. "Michigan Death Records 1867–1952" (Ancestry image), "Sackett, Dwight, d. Battle Creek, Michigan, 7 Dec 1891, aged 68-1-5, married, mason, b. Massachusetts, father Asher Sackett, mother Nancy Sackett, both b. NY, cause typhoid fever."
  4. Find a Grave.
  5. "Vermont: Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1700–2008" (American Ancestors image), marriage, "1 Mar 1845, at Brattleboro, Dwight Sackett, of Worcester, Mass, and Caroline A Bolton. By A Brown."
  6. 1850 United States Federal Census, M432_321/322
    South Hadley, Hampshire County, MA
    Dwight Sacket, 26, [occ. ??], b. MA
    Caroline S Sacket, 26, b. MA
    Dwight A Sacket, 4, b. MA
    Eugene E Sacket, 1, b. MA
    Almeron E Sacket, 2/12, b. MA.
Sackett line6th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited9 Apr 2022
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
2145 Dwight Sacket

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