Ethel Lavina Sackett

(1915-2002)
FatherJames Arthur "Art" Sackett (1880-1960)
MotherLula Dell "Lou" McCool (1890-1980)
Ethel Lavina Sackett, daughter of James Arthur "Art" Sackett and Lula Dell "Lou" McCool, was born in Crossfield, Alberta, CanadaG, on 12 April 1915.1 She died aged 87 on 7 September 20022,3 and was buried at El Camino Memorial Park, San Diego, CaliforniaG.4 She married on 28 February 1942, Charles Peter Gledhill, son of George Ernest Gledhill and Edith Alice Chapman.5 Charles was born in Northumberland, Ontario, CanadaG, on 4 June 1910.6 He died aged 96 in San DiegoG on 11 September 2006 and was buried at El Camino Memorial Park, San DiegoG.6
     In 1921 Ethel was living in Rosebud Municipality, Calgary, Alberta, CanadaG, in the household of her parents James and Lula, and was recorded in the census as Ethel Sackett, aged six and born in Alberta.7
     Ethel crossed from Canada to the USA at Eastport, IdahoG, on 22 December 1942.8
Ethel Lavina (Sackett) Gledhill (1915–2002), El Camino Memorial Park, San Diego, California
(Src: Find A Grave, Lot Lzrd)

Children of Ethel Lavina Sackett and Charles Peter Gledhill

Not shown.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Death record.
  2. "U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936–2007", database, Ancestry.com, "Gledhill, Ethel Lavina, b. Crossfield, AB, Canada, 12 Apr 1915, d. 7 Sep 2002, father James A Sackett, mother Luella D McCool. Listed Jan 1970 as Ethel Lavina Gledhill, 20 Sep 2002 as Ethel L Gledhill."
  3. "Social Security Death Index", database, Ancestry.com, "Ethel L. Gledhill, b. 12 Apr 1915, d. 7 Sep 2002, SSN 547-98-3134 issued CA, residence 92009, Carlsbad, San Diego, California."
  4. Website Find A Grave, San Diego Union-Tribune, 14 Sep 2002, "Ethel L. Gledhill, 87, of San Diego died Sept. 7. She was born in Crossfield, Alberta, Canada, and was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Charles Gledhill; daughter, Darlene Johnson of La Mesa; son, Ron Gledhill of San Diego; sisters, Bernice Cissell and Hazel Farrell of Crossfield; brother, Ron Sackett of Crossfield; and two grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Monday, graveside, El Camino Memorial Park, 5600 Carroll Canyon Road, San Diego. Donations: American Diabetes Association, 225 Broadway, Suite 1120, San Diego, CA 92101. Arrangements: Featheringill Mortuary."
  5. Thurmon King's database.
  6. Website Find A Grave.
  7. 1921 Canada census, digital image, Ancestry.com, RG 31, folder 3, p 5
    Rosebud Municipality, Calgary East, Alberta
    Sackett, James, head, 40, farmer, b. USA, father b. USA, mother b. USA
    Sackett, Lula, wife, 29, b. Manitoba, father b. Ontario, mother b. Ontario
    Sackett, Grace, daughter, 12, school girl, b. Alberta, father b. USA, mother b. Manitoba
    Sackett, Jimmy, son, 10, school boy, b. Alberta, father b. USA, mother b. Manitoba
    Sackett, Fred, son, 8, school boy, b. Alberta, father b. USA, mother b. Manitoba
    Sackett, Ethel, daughter, 6, school girl, b. Alberta, father b. USA, mother b. Manitoba
    Sackett, Hazel, daughter, 4, b. Alberta, father b. USA, mother b. Manitoba
    Sackett, Robert, son, 1, b. Alberta, father b. USA, mother b. Manitoba.
  8. "Border Crossings from Canada to US, 1895–1956", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Gledhill, Ethel Lavinia, 27, b. Crossfield, Alberta, 12 Apr 1915, housewife, father James Arthur Sackett, husband Chas P Gledhill, arr. Eastport, Idaho, USA, 22 Dec 1942."
See alsoThurmon King's Database, 9431
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett line9th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
Generation.Tree10R.3
Last Edited2 Dec 2020
 

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