Henry Sackett

(c 1738-1774)
FatherThomas Sackett (1697-1754)
MotherAlice Harper (before 1710-1771)
Henry Sackett, son of Thomas Sackett and Alice Harper, was born probably in Hornchurch, EssexG, in about 1738.1 He died aged 36 and was buried at St Andrew, HornchurchG, on 30 December 1774.2 He married in HornchurchG on 27 January 1761, Martha Higgs.3,4 After Henry's death, Martha married second at West Ham, EssexG, on 24 November 1781, James Willis.5,6
     Henry was named as a beneficiary in his father's will made in HornchurchG on 2 June 1754. He was to inherit, at age twenty-one, his father's tenement at Atbones in Hornchurch, together with a lump sum of £300.7

Children of Henry Sackett and Martha Higgs

 Notes & Citations

  1. Date of birth based on age at death.
  2. Burials Register, St Andrew's, Hornchurch, Essex, "Sacket, Henry, 36, 30 Dec 1774."
  3. Marriage Licence Allegations, Faculty Office (Society of Genealogists), "26 January 1761 Henry Sackett, bachelor, 21+, of Hornchurch, Essex, & Martha Higgs, spinster, 20, of Hornchurch, daughter of William Higgs, at Hornchurch."
  4. Marriages Register, Hornchurch, Essex (Society of Genealogists), "27 January 1761 Henry Sackett & Martha Higgs, minor. Licence with consent of parents."
  5. Marriage, West Ham, Essex (Boyd's Marriage Index), "24 November 1781 James Willis of this parish & Martha Sacket widow of Hornchurch."
  6. Marriage Licence Allegations, Faculty Office (Society of Genealogists), "23 November 1781 James Willis, bachelor, 21+, of West Ham, & Martha Sackett, widow, of Hornchurch, Essex, at West Ham."
  7. Will of Thomas Sackett of Hornchurch, Essex, 2 June 1754, proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1 July 1754 (National Archives, PROB 11/810 quire 210).
Sackett lineGrandson of Richard Sackett of South Weald, Essex
ChartsLine 6 (English)
Last Edited2 Feb 2022

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