Electa Sacket

FatherPliny Sacket (1753-1830)
MotherElisabeth Kellogg (-1807)
Marriage1803, Southwick, Hampden County, MassachusettsGRev Reuben Ensign1,3
Electa Sacket, daughter of Pliny Sacket and Elisabeth Kellogg, was born in MassachusettsG on 7 December 1782.1,2 She died aged 82 in Lowell, Dodge County, WisconsinG, on 3 April 1865 and was buried at Lowell CemeteryG.4,5 She married in Southwick, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, in 1803, Rev Reuben Ensign, son of Captain Deodatus Ensign and Abigail Woolworth.1,3
     In 1850 Electa was living in Lima, Rock County, WisconsinG, and was recorded in the census as Electa Ensign, aged 58 [actually 68] and born in Massachusetts. She was living with her husband Reuben, 60, in the household of their son Samuel and daughter-in-law Mary.6
Electa (Sacket) Ensign (1782–1865), Lowell Cemetery, Dodge County, Wisconsin
(Src: Find a Grave, Emmett Anderson)

Children of Electa Sacket and Rev Reuben Ensign

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "614. Electa Sacket, m. Reuben Ensign."
  2. Royal Sackett (1784–1859), Family Bible Records, "Electa Sacket b. 7 Dec 1782."
  3. "Massachusetts, Town and Vital records, 1620–1988" (Ancestry image), Southwick marriage banns, "16 Jan 1803, Reuben Ensign & Electa Sackett, both of Southwick."
  4. Find a Grave.
  5. Gravestone, "Electa / wife of / Ruben Ensign / died / April 3, 1865."
  6. 1850 United States Federal Census, Roll 1005, p 360a
    Lima, Rock, Wisconsin
    Ensign, Saml, 33, farmer, b. NY
    Ensign, Mary J, 24, b. OH
    Ensign, Arabella, 2, b. WI
    Ensign, Reuben, 60, farmer, real estate $1500, b. MA
    Ensign, Electa, 58, b. MA.
Sackett line5th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
3rd great-granddaughter of Simon Sackett the colonist
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited25 May 2022
Sackett Database2512 Electa Sacket

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