Nathaniel Sackett

FatherNathaniel Sackett (1636-1682)
MotherAnn Terry (c 1647-1683)
Baptism1672, Canterbury, KentG,1
Marriage1703, City of London, MiddlesexGEllenor Jacob2
Nathaniel Sackett, son of Nathaniel Sackett and Ann Terry, was baptized at Canterbury, KentG, on 3 April 1672.1 He married at All Hallows London Wall, City of London, MiddlesexG, on 28 January 1703, Ellenor Jacob.2 She was buried at St John the Baptist, Wallbrook, LondonG, on 28 December 1730.3
     Nathaniel was named as a beneficiary in his father's will made in CanterburyG on 12 January 1681/82.4 Nathaniel was ten years old when his father died. He was to receive at age 21 five broad pieces of gold and, jointly with his brothers George and Samuel, was to inherit a property at Margate, the sons paying their mother an annuity of £15.
     Nathaniel was apprenticed as a stationer to John Southby of London on 6 December 1686.5
     Nathaniel was assessed in the City of London for land tax of £6 8s at Cornhill in 1703, £4 8s at Langbourn in 1706, £6 at Cordwainer in 1706, £6 at Coleman Street in 1707, £6 at Cordwainer in 1708, £4 8s at Farringdon Without in 1709, £6 at Cheap in 1709, £4 8s at Langbourn in 1710, £4 8s at St Andrew Holborn in 1711, and £4 8s at Langbourn in 1712.6
Nathaniel Sackett's apprenticeship indenture 6 December 1686

Child of Nathaniel Sackett and Ellenor Jacob

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, Canterbury (unspecified parish), Kent (Findmypast transcript), "3 Apr 1672, Nathaniel Sackett s. of Nathaniel Sackett."
  2. Register of Marriages, All Hallows London Wall, City of London (Ancestry image), "28 January 1703 Nathaniel Sackette & Ellenor Jacob."
  3. Burials Register, St John the Baptist, Wallbrook, London City, Middlesex, "28 December 1730 Elliner Sacketts."
  4. Will of Nathaniel Sackett of Canterbury, Kent, 12 January 1681/2, proved at Canterbury Archdeaconry Court, 20 December 1682 (Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-76-81).
  5. "Freedom of the City of London Admission Papers, 1681–1925" (Ancestry image), Indenture of apprenticeship as stationer, Nathaniel Sackett, son of Nathaniel Sackett late of the Citty of Canterbury, gent, dec'd, to John Southby, stationer of London, 6 December 1686.
  6. "London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692–1932" (Ancestry image), Cornhill, City of London, 1703, "Nathaniel Sackett, rents £6 8s."; Langbourn, City of London, 1706, "Nathan'll Sacket, rents £4 8s."; Cordwainer, City of London, 1706, "Mr Nath'll Sacket, rents £6 0s."; Coleman Street, City of London, 1707, "Mr Nath'll Sackett, rents £6 0s."; Cordwainer, City of London, 1708, "Mr Nath'll Sacket, rents £6 0s."; Farringdon Without, City of London, 1709, "Nath'll Sacket, rents £4 8s."; Cheap, City of London, 1709, "Mr Nath'll Sacket, rents £6 0s."; Langbourn, City of London, 1710, "Nathan'l Sacket, rents £4 8s."; St Andrew Holborn, City of London, 1711, "Nathanael Sackett, rents £4 8s."; Langbourn, City of London, 1712, "Nathaniel Sacket, rents £4 8s."
Sackett line4th great-grandson of William Sackett of St John in Thanet
ChartsLine 2 (English)
Last Edited14 Oct 2019

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