Allen Jerome Sackett

FatherWilliam Dean Sackett (1931-1996)
MotherYasuko Adachi (1936-1960)
Allen Jerome Sackett
(1954–1972)
(Src: Hillcrest High School, Dalzell, South Carolina, Yearbook, 1972)
Allen Jerome Sackett, son of William Dean Sackett and Yasuko Adachi, was born in Sumter, Sumter County, South CarolinaG, on 3 June 1954.1,2 He died aged 17 in Wedgefield, Sumter CountyG, on 8 January 19721,2,3 and was buried at Long Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Dalzell, Sumter CountyG.4
     Allen died following a train-automobile collision. His newspaper obituary states that his mother was Nancy Benenhaley. Nancy was his stepmother. His natural mother was Yasuko Adachi. She died, also in tragic circumstances, when Allen was five.
Allen Jerome Sackett (1954–1972), Long Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Dalzell, South Carolina
(Src: Find a Grave)

Allen J. Sackett
Wedgefield — Allen Jerome Sackett, 17, died Saturday from injuries received in a train-automobile collision on Kingsburg Road.
     Born in Sumter, he was a son of William D. and Nancy Bell Benenhaley Sackett. Funeral services will be today at 11 am in the Longbranch Baptist Church.
     Surviving are his parents; two sisters, Miss Anita M. Sackett and Miss Glenda Sue Sackett of the home; three brothers, William David Sackett, Robert Allan Sackett and George Raymond Sackett of the home.
     Shelley-Brunson Funeral Home is in charge.

The State, Columbia, South Carolina, 10 Jan 1972, p 15

 Notes & Citations

  1. Sackett database.
  2. Gravestone.
  3. Obituary.
  4. Find a Grave.
Sackett line11th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Generation.Tree12T.3
Last Edited4 Aug 2022
 

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