Rachel Elisabeth Sackett

FatherJohn Sackett (1784-1864)
MotherMary Mead (1789-1824)
Marriage1838, GreenwichGCharles Mead1,3
Rachel Elisabeth Sackett, daughter of John Sackett and Mary Mead, was born on 20 December 1811.1,2 She died aged 73 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, on 18 July 18851,2 and was buried in the Second Congregational Church Cemetery, GreenwichG.2 She married in GreenwichG on 31 December 1838, Charles Mead, son of Jonas Mead and Hannah ___.1,3
     Rachel was baptized as an adult on 23 January 1831 and admiited to membership of the Second Congregational ChurchG.4,5

Children of Rachel Elisabeth Sackett and Charles Mead

  • Sarah Ann Mead
  • Mary Elisabeth Mead
  • Hannah Hubbard Mead
  • Charles Noah Mead
  • Whitman Sackett Mead+ b. 17 Apr 1841

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "2225. Rachel E. Sackett, b. Dec. 19, 1811, d. July 18, 1885; m. Charles Mead."
  2. Website Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections (New England Historic Genealogical Society), "Mead, Rachel E. Sackett, wife of Charles Mead, b. Dec. 20, 1811, d. July 18, 1885. Second Congregational Church Cemetery, Greenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut."
  3. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sackett, Rachal E., m. Charles Mead, Dec. 31, 1838, by Noah Coe. Greenwich Vital Records, 1:203."
  4. "Church Records of Greenwich, Connecticut" (American Ancestors transcript), member record, Second Congregational Church, 1831 "Sackett, Rachel E., wife of Charles Mead, and dau. of John."
  5. "Church Records of Greenwich, Connecticut", baptism, Second Congregational Church, 1831 "Sackett, Rachel E., an adult, Jan. 23."
Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Whitman Sackett Mead & Sarah Mead Sackett relationship chart
Last Edited2 May 2011

Place names

Place names are linked to the Place Index, with lists of people having events at each place (down to county level).

Google Maps

The superscripted 'G' after place names is a link to the Google Map for that place.


Icons and are links to Text and Image exhibits.

Sackett lines

English line of Thomas Sackett the elder & other English lines
American line of Thomas Sackett the elder through Simon Sackett the colonist
Line of John Sackett of New Haven