, was born on 21 June 1820.
, on 27 May 1862.
, on 9 May 1862 and proved on 3 January 1871. He was to receive $500 raised from the sale of land.
1301. Charles D. Sackett
, 1820–1862, of Norwich, Mass., and Jamestown, N. Y., son of (579) Jabes B. and Ann Dewey Sacket, was married, Nov. 4, 1856, to Mary A Dickson, 1832–1902, daughter of William Dickson and his wife Eliza Dickson, daughter of Samuel Dickson. Mr. Sackett entered Allegheny College when about 18 years of age and "engaged in classic studies" with such energy that before the end of his junior year his health gave way so completely that his life was despaired of. He eventually recovered his health, but was not able to resume his studies. In 1652 [sic
: 1852] he was one of the editors and proprietors of the Jamestown Journal, which paper, in 1860, was issued under the firm name of Sackett & Bishop. In 1862, in company with Hon. Reuben E. Fenton, he visited Washington and the seat of war. This visit resulted in his returning to his home in an advanced stage of typhoid, from which he did not recover. A close friend, in writing of him a short time after his death, says: "His like it were hard to find; firm to the truth as steel, honest and refined gold, unwavering as the orb of a planet in the defence of justice and the right, a friend whom you could trust as your right hand, a writer, condensed, sharp and terse, crowding an ocean of thought into a nutshell of a sentence . . . The Journal, under his hand, was a model of pure and elevated thought and sentiment, independent and fearless, considerate and courteous, with a definite purpose to which personal and pecuniary aims were subordinate, viz.: the lifting up of the community to a higher plane of intelligence and morality."
3303. Clara E. Sackett, b. May 13, 1859.
3304. Charles E. Sackett, b. Dec. 24, 1861.