|Father||John Sackett MD (c 1702-after 1760)|
Ezekiel Sackett served as a private in the American Revolutionary War.3
The New York Records show that Ezekiel Sackett, of Dutchess County, was adjudged entitled to bounty lands by reason of service rendered in the war of the Revolution.
In 1790 Ezekiel was living in Amenia, Dutchess County, New York StateG. In his household were three males (16+), one male under 16, and four females.4
Children of Ezekiel Sackett and Mary Atherton
|Sackett line||Grandson of Capt Richard Sackett of New York|
|Appears in||Sacketts in the Military|
|Charts||Line 3a (American)|
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "715. Ezekiel Sackett, m. Mary Atherton, Nov. 13, 1759."
- Website Brooklyn Genealogy, Marriage Index New York 1600s–1900. (Steve Morse), "1759, Amenia, Dutchess County, Sacket, Ezekiel & Artherton, Mary."
- Website National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (http://dar.org/), "Sackett, Ezekiel
Service: New York
Birth: C 1737, Amenia Precinct, New York
Death: p 1786, Amenia, New York
Spouse: Mary Atherton."
- 1790 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Ezekiel Sacket. Amenia, Dutchess, NY. 3 white males (16+), 1 white male under 16, and 4 white females.
|Last Edited||3 January 2020|