Eli Sackett

(1743-1826)
FatherCaptain & Deacon Samuel Sackett (1702/3-1781)
MotherLydia Heaton (1717-1749)
Eli Sackett, son of Captain & Deacon Samuel Sackett and Lydia Heaton, was born in New Haven, ConnecticutG, on 27 March 1743.1,2,3,4 He died aged 83 in North HavenG on 23 November 18265,6,7 and was buried at the Old Graveyard, North HavenG.8 He married in about 1770, Sarah ___.9 Sarah was born in about 1746.10 She died aged 84 in North HavenG on 20 January 183011 and was buried at the Old Graveyard, North HavenG.8
     Eli served as a Minute Man in Connecticut in the American Revolutionary War.5
     In 1790 Eli was living in North Haven, New Haven County, ConnecticutG. In his household were one man, four boys, and four females.12
     Eli was listed in the 1800 census as a householder in North HavenG.13
     In 1810 he was a householder in East HavenG.14
     In 1820 he was a householder in North HavenG.15

Children of Eli Sackett and Sarah ___

 Notes & Citations

  1. Vital Records, New Haven, Connecticut, 226, "Eli the Son of Lt Samuel Sackitt was Born the 27th day of March Anno Dom 1743."
  2. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sackitt, Eli, s. Lieut. Samuel, b. Mar. 27, 1743. New Haven Vital Records, 1:491."
  3. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "255. Elias Sackett, b. Mar. 27, 1743."
  4. Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Genealogical Publishing Co Inc, Baltimore (1981), digital image, American Ancestors, p1583–8, "Eli [Sackett, s. Samuel & Lydia (Heaton) Sackett], b 27 Mar 1743 NHV, d 23 Nov 1826 æ. 84 NoHT1; Census (NoH) 1-1-4; m Sarah ——, b c. 1746, d 20 Jan 1830 æ. 84 NoHT1."
  5. Website National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, "Sackett, Eli
    Service: Connecticut
    Rank: Minute Man
    Birth: 3-27-1743, New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Death: 11-23-1826, North Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Service Description: Alarm List.
    Residence: New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Spouse: Sarah X."
  6. "Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851–2003" (Ancestry image), Connecticut Courant, Hartford, 18 December 1826, "Died—At North Haven, Mr. Eli Sackett, 84."
  7. American Antiquarian Society, "Newspaper Extractions from the Northeast, 1704–1930" (Ancestry image), New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 16 Dec 1826, death, "Sackett, Eli, North Haven, age 84."
  8. Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Genealogical Publishing Co Inc, Baltimore (1981), digital image, American Ancestors, p1583–8, "Eli [Sackett, s. Samuel & Lydiia (Heaton) Sackett], b 27 Mar 1743 NHV, d 23 Nov 1826 æ. 84 NoHT1; Census (NoH) 1-1-4; m Sarah ——, b c. 1746, d 20 Jan 1830 æ. 84 NoHT1."
  9. Date of marriage based on birth of first child.
  10. Date of birth based on age at death.
  11. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), North Haven, First Congregational, "Sackett, Sarah, wid., d. 21 Jan 1830, æ 84. 2:112."
  12. 1790 United States census
    Eli Sacket. North Haven, New Haven, CT. 1 white male (16+), 4 white males under 16, and 4 white females.
  13. 1800 United States census
    "Eli Sackett, North Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut."
  14. 1810 United States census
    "Eli Sacket, East Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut."
  15. 1820 United States census
    "Eli Sackett, North Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut."
Appears inSacketts in the Military
Sackett lineGreat-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Generation.Tree5M.4
Last Edited4 Apr 2022
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
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