Emma Hanna Sackett

FatherThomas Sackett (1791-1860)
MotherMartha Setterfield (c 1793-1861)
Emma Hanna Sackett, daughter of Thomas Sackett and Martha Setterfield, was born in Margate, KentG, in 18421 and baptized at St John in ThanetG on 1 January 1843.2 She died aged 17 in ThanetG in 18593 and was buried at Zion Chapel, MargateG, on 31 March 1859.4
     In 1851 Emma was living at King Street, St John's, Margate, KentG, in the household of her father Thomas Sackett, a carrier, and was recorded in the census as Emma Sackett, aged 6 [actually 8], and born in Margate.5

 Notes & Citations

  1. General Register Office, Online Index to Births, "Dec qtr 1842. Sackett, Emma Hannah. Thanet. 5:447."
  2. Baptisms Register, St John in Thanet, Kent, "1 January 1843 Emma Hannah d. Thomas & Martha Sackett, Margate, carrier."
  3. General Register Office, Online Index to Deaths, "Mar qtr 1859. Sackett, Emma Hannah, 16. Thanet. 2a:448."
  4. Burials Register, Zion Chapel, Margate, Kent, "31 March 1859 Emma Hannah Sackett, 17 years."
  5. 1851 England census, King St., St. Johns, Margate, Kent
    Thomas Sackett, head, married, 60, carrier, b. Kent, Margate
    Martha Sackett, wife, 50, housewife, b. Kent, Minster
    Elizabeth Sackett, dau, unmarried, 20, b. Kent, Margate
    Edward Sackett, son, unmarried, 18, b. Kent, Margate
    William Sackett, son, 14[?], b. Kent, Margate
    Stephen Sackett, son, 12, b. Kent, Margate
    Emma Sackett, dau, 6, b. Kent, Margate
Sackett line6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3 (English)
Last Edited29 Nov 2016

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