Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett

(1702/3-1781)
FatherLieutenant John Sackett (1653-1703)
MotherMary Woodin (c 1658-1717)
Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett, soldier and Justice of the Peace, of New Haven, Connecticut, son of Lieutenant John Sackett and Mary Woodin, was born in New HavenG on 7 March 1702/3.1,2,3,4,5 He died aged 77 in North Haven, New Haven CountyG, on 17 February 1781.3,6,7 He married first in New HavenG on 11 December 1728, Elisabeth Todd, daughter of Samuel Todd and Susanna Tuttle.3,5,8,9 Elisabeth was born in about 17095 and died aged 28 in New HavenG on 3 September 1737.5,10,11 He married second in New HavenG in about 1740, Lydia Heaton, daughter of Seth Heaton and Hannah Todd.5,12 Lydia was born in New HavenG on 16 February 17175 and died there aged 33 on 4 December 1749.5 He married third in New HavenG on 5 August 1752, Hannah (Russell) Pierpont, daughter of Rev. Noadiah Russell, and widow of Lieut Joseph Pierpont.5,13,14 Hannah was born on 23 February 1707.5 She died aged 84 in North HavenG on 5 June 1791.5,15
     Samuel and Hannah were listed as members of the First Congregational Church, North HavenG, on 24 December 1760.16,17

73. Capt. Samuel Sackett, of New Haven, Conn., son of (17) Lieut. John and Mary Woodin Sackett, was married, Dec. 11, 1728, to Elizabeth Todd, 17_?–1737, daughter of Samuel Todd and his wife Susana Tuthill. Prior to 1741 Capt. Sackett was married to his second wife, ___ ___, who died prior to 1751. On Aug. 6, 1752 he was married to his third wife, Mrs. Hannah Russell Pierpont, daughter of Rev. Noadiah Russell, and widow of Lieut. Joseph Pierpont. Capt. Sackett is frequently referred to in colonial records of New Haven as "Deacon Samuel Sackett." These early records show also that he was prominent in business and and social circles as well as in military and religious affairs. In 1736 he was appointed a Lieutenant and in 1754 commissioned Captain of the "5th Company or Train Band" in the town of New Haven. He was a Justice of the Peace in 1748 and 1749, and again from 1758 to 1776. In 1759 the Governor and General Council of Connecticut authorized Samuel Sackett and several other prominent citizens to organize a company and build and maintain a bridge across the "New Haven East River."
Children.
251. Sarah Sackett, b. Apr. 9, 1730; m. Samuel Moulthrop.
252. Mahitable Sackett, b. Feb. 23, 1732; m. in 1755, Asa Goodyear of Meridian, Conn.
253. Elisabeth Sackett, m. ___ Decker.
254. Samuel Sackett, b. Mar. 20, 1741, d. 1826; m. Abigail Blakeley.
255. Elias Sackett, b. Mar. 27, 1743.
256. Solomon Sackett, b. in year 1748, d. Aug. 8, 1823.

Children of Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett and Elisabeth Todd

Children of Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett and Lydia Heaton

 Notes & Citations

  1. Vital Records, New Haven, Connecticut, p91, "Samll ye Son of Lt John Sacket was born March 7th 1702."
  2. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sacket, Sam[ue]ll, s. Lieut. John, b. Mar. 7, 1702. New Haven Vital Records, 1:136."
  3. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "73. Samuel Sackett, b. Mar 7, 1702, d. Feb 1781; m. Elizabeth Todd."
  4. Website National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, "Sackett, Samuel
    Service: Connecticut
    Rank: Civil Service
    Birth: 3-7-1702, New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Death: 3-5-1781, New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Service Source: Hoadly, Pub Recs of the Colony of Ct, 1775-1776, Vol 15, p 9, 277
    Service Description: 1) Justice of the Peace, 1775, 1776; 2) New Haven Co
    Residence: New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Spouse: 1) Elizabeth Todd, 2) Lydia Todd, 3) Hannah Russell Pierpont."
  5. Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, digital image, American Ancestors, pp 1583–8, "Samuel [Sackett, s. John Sackett & Mary Wooding], b 7 Mar 1702 NHV, d 17 Feb 1781 æ. 80 NoHT1; m (1) 11 Dec 1728 NHV—Elizabeth da. Samuel & Susanna Todd, b c. 1709, d 3 Sep 1737 NHV, æ. 28 NoHT1; m (2) Lydia , d 4 Dec 1749 æ. 33 NoHT1; m (3) 5 Aug 1752 NHV—Hannah Russell, wid. Joseph Pierpont, b 23 Feb 1707 [blank ref.], d 5 June 1791 æ. 84 NoHT1, 6 June æ. 86-3 NoHC."
  6. Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, digital image, American Ancestors, pp 1583–8, "Samuel, b 7 Mar 1702 NHV, d 17 Feb 1781 æ. 80 NoHT1; m (1) 11 Dec 1728 NHV—Elizabeth da. Samuel & Susanna Todd, b c. 1709, d 3 Sep 1737 NHV, æ. 28 NoHT1; m (2) Lydia , d 4 Dec 1749 æ. 33 NoHT1; m (3) 5 Aug 1752 NHV—Hannah Russell, wid. Joseph Pierpont, b 23 Feb 1707 [blank ref.], d 5 June 1791 æ. 84 NoHT1, 6 June æ. 86-3 NoHC."
  7. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), North Haven, First Congregational, "Sackett, Samuel, Esq, d. 17 Feb 1781, æ 79 y 2 m. 2:32."
  8. Vital Records, New Haven, Connecticut, 212, "Samuel Sackitt and Elisabeth Todd both of New Haven were Joyned in Marriage to each other Dec 11, 1728 by the Revd: Mr Isaac Stiles."
  9. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sackitt, Samuel, m. Elisabeth Todd, b. of New Haven, Dec. 11, 1728, by Rev. Isaac Stiles. New Haven Vital Records, 1:464."
  10. Vital Records, New Haven, Connecticut, 203, "Mrs Elisabeth Sackitt, the wife of Lt Samuel Deceased the 3rd day of Septumber Annoqe Domini 1737."
  11. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sackitt, Elisabeth, w. Lieut. Samuel, d. Sept. 3, 1737. New Haven Vital Records, 1:422."
  12. Date of marriage based on birth of first child.
  13. Vital Records, New Haven, Connecticut, 323, "Capt: Samuel Sacket & Mrs Hannah Pierpont of New Haven were Joyned in marriage unto each other upon the 5th Day of August Anno Dom 1752 by the Revd: Mr Isaac stiles Minister in North Haven."
  14. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sacket, Samuel, Capt., m. Hannah Pierpont, Aug. 5, 1752, by Rev. Isaac Stiles, of North Haven. New Haven Vital Records, 1:773."
  15. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), North Haven, First Congregational, "Sackett, Hannah, Mrs, d. 6 Jun 1791, æ 86 y 3 m. 2:87."
  16. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), North Haven, First Congregational, "Sackett, Samuel, Esq, ch. mem. 24 Dec 1760. 2:5."
  17. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), North Haven, First Congregational, "Sackett, Hannah, w. Samuel, ch. mem. 24 Dec 1760. 2:5."
Appears inSacketts in the Church
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Sackett lineGrandson of John Sackett of New Haven
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Sackett Family Association descendants
Descendants of Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett and Elisabeth Todd
Dean Roe, Kathleen Logan, Margaret "Peg" Eddy and Clint Palermo.
Descendants of Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett and Lydia Heaton
Linda Sanders.
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Last Edited4 Apr 2022
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
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