|Father||Judge Joseph Sackett (1680-1755)|
|Mother||Hannah Alsop (1690-1773)|
John was named as a beneficiary in his father's will made on 31 March 1755.
John's wife Phebe inherited £100 and personal items from her widowed mother Elizabeth Burling. The mother's will, made on 19 July 1779 and proved on 2 April 1784, also named her granddaughters, including Phebe Sackett, who was left £30, and Sarah and Elizabeth Sackett, who were to share the household furniture with other grandchildren.
90. John Sackett, 1716–1783, of Newtown, L. I., and Orange County, N. Y., son of (23) Judge Joseph and Hannah Alsop Sackett, was married to Phebe Burling, of Flushing, N. Y. John Sackett, referred to in an old record as Counselor at Law and Speaker in Court Judiscature, was associated with his father, Judge Joseph, and his brother, Sheriff Joseph, in laying out the village of New Windsor, Orange County, N. Y., and in the ferry and the freighting business they established at that point. (See also No. 22.) His name appears in the list of signers of the Revolutionary Pledge, living in the town of New Cornwall in 1775.
299. Justus Sackett.
Children of John Sackett and Phebe Burling
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "90. John Sackett, b. May 15, 1716, d. Mar. 2, 1783; m. Phoebe Burling."
- Date of marriage based on birth of first child.
- Jane Thompson-Stahr, The Burling Books: Ancestors and Descendants of Edward and Grace Burling, Quakers (1600-2000) (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 2001), 147.
|Sackett line||4th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Charts||Line 3a (American)|
|Last Edited||7 May 2023|