John Sackett

(c 1743-1811)
FatherJohn Sackett (1716-1783)
MotherPhebe Burling
John Sackett, son of John Sackett and Phebe Burling, was born in about 1743.1 He died in 1811. He married Jane ___.1
     John Sackett served as a soldier in the Orange County (New York) Militia in the American Revolutionary War.2
     John made his will on 25 September 1810, naming as beneficiaries his wife Jane, his sons Nathaniel, Benjamin, Justus and John, and his daughters Elisabeth, Mary, Anne, Julia and Charity.1

Children of John Sackett and Jane ___

  • Justus Sackett b. after 1787
  • John Sackett b. after 1787
  • Elisabeth Sackett b. after 1787
  • Mary Sackett b. after 1787
  • Anne Sackett b. after 1787
  • Julia Ann Sackett b. after 1787
  • Charity Sackett b. after 1787
  • Rev Nathaniel Sackett+ b. 3 Jul 1787, d. 8 Nov 1834
  • Benjamin Sackett b. 27 Dec 1796
Sackett line5th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder
See alsoThe Sacketts of America, 298 
Thurmon King's Database, 5927
Appears inSacketts in the Military
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Barbara Bell, Elizabeth Anne "Beth" (Sackett) Lee, James Sackett and Jenn Amundson.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America.
  2. Website National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (, "Sackett, John
    Service: New York
    Rank: Soldier
    Birth: 4-8-1747, Cornwall, Orange Co, New York
    Death: (Ante) 6-20-1811, Cornwall, Orange Co, New York
    Service Description: Maj Zachariah Dubois, Orange Co Militia
    Spouse: 1) Polly X, 2) Jane X."
Last Edited9 March 2018

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