William Sackett

FatherJohn Sackett (1757-1813)
MotherMary Hughes (c 1757-1827)
Baptism1781, Thanet, KentG,1
Death1824, Bermondsey, SurreyG
Marriage1805, BermondseyGLydia Hooff2
William Sackett, shipwright of Bermondsey, son of John Sackett and Mary Hughes, was baptized at Birchington, Thanet, KentG, on 18 February 1781.1 He died aged 44 and was buried at St Mary, BermondseyG, on 1 February 1824.3 He married at St John Horsleydown, BermondseyG, on 18 August 1805, Lydia Hooff, daughter of Richard Hooff and Jane ___.2 Lydia was born in Rotherhithe, SurreyG, on 6 May 1785 and baptized at St Mary, RotherhitheG, on 3 June 1785.4
     William was apprenticed as a shipwright to his uncle Thomas Sackett of London on 23 February 1797.5
William Sackett's apprenticeship indenture 23 February 1797

Children of William Sackett and Lydia Hooff

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, All Saints, Birchington, Kent (transcript), "18 February 1781 William s. John & Mary Sackett."
  2. Marriages Register, St John Horsleydown, Bermondsey, Surrey, "18 August 1805 Wm. Sackett, bachelor, & Lydia Hooff, spinster, both of this parish. Witnesses: Thos Sackett, Jane Hooff."
  3. Burials Register, St Mary, Bermondsey, Surrey, "1 February 1824 William Sackett, 44 years, consumption, London St."
  4. Baptisms Register, St Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey (Ancestry image), "3 Jun 1785, Lydia Hooff, father Richard Hooff, mother Jane Hooff, 28 days."
  5. "Freedom of the City of London Admission Papers, 1681–1925" (Ancestry image), Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, William Sackett, son of John Sackett of Margate, carrier, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 23 February 1797. Consideration one penny.
Sackett line5th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3 (English)
Sackett shipwrights of London
Generation.TreeN.3
Last Edited28 Oct 2022
 

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