|Father||John Sackett (1730/31-before 1799)|
|Mother||Amy Stone (1735-)|
Thomas made his will at Kingston-upon-Hull, YorkshireG, on 6 August 1798, naming as beneficiary his daughter Mary.1 He left her, at age 24, all that was due to him under the will of his late uncle William Stone, she to receive the interest thereon in the meanwhile. He appointed his mother Amy and sister Mary as his daughter's guardians and trustees. The will was proved on 11 February 1800.
Date: 6 August 1798.
Proved: Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 11 February 1800, by sister Mary Sackett as surviving executrix.
Source: National Archives, Kew, PROB 11/1288 quire 205.
Testator: Thomas Sackett, wireworker, Kingston-upon-Hull.
Daughter Mary Sackett, all due to him by will of his uncle William Stone of Margate, Gent., decd., & from any other bequests including from his mother Amy Sackett, when daughter Mary is age 24; interest meanwhile.
Mother Amy Sackett, sister Mary Sackett, & sister Ann Jackson of Cowes, Isle of Wight, reversion of the above.
Dinah Pilsworth, £10.
Executrixes: Mother Amy Sackett & sister Mary Sackett, also guardians & trustees of daughter Mary.
Witnesses: Richard Thomlinson of Hull, Geo Malcolm of Hull.
Notes & Citations
- Will of Thomas Sackett of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, 6 August 1798, proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 11 February 1800 (National Archives, PROB 11/1288 quire 205).
|Last Edited||8 Apr 2021|