Newspaper Abstracts, recent additions (last 12 months)

ADDED JULY 2020

  • Springfield Republican, Springfield, Massachusetts, 24 Feb 1931, p 6
    Charles A. Sackett
    Charles A. Sackett, 48, of 378 Main street, Agawam, died Sunday night at his home. He was born at West Springfield, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Sackett of Cottage street, and for the past 15 years was storekeeper at the Boston & Albany railroad shops. He was a member of the Mount Orthodox lodge of Masons, of the the Boston & Albany Craft club of West Springfield, and of the Smith and Wesson Revolver club. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Clara Sackett, one son, Grant, who is a pupil at the Agawam High school; one sister, Mrs. Murray J. Rott of West Springfield, and his parents. The funeral will be held at the Church of the Good Shepard tomorrow afternoon at 2, Rev. Arthur W. Brown officiating. Burial will be in Tatham cemetery at West Springfield.
    [Transcribed from GenealogyBank image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, 25 Mar 1952, p 1
    Bodies of 3 Men, Woman, Recovered
    AMITYVILLE, March 24. (AP)—The bodies of three men and a woman, drowned when two small sailboats capsized, were recovered today from Great South Bay.
    The dead, all employees of the Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corp., of Farmingdale, were identified as:
    Mrs. Ethel Sackett, 33, Lindhurst, a nurse at the plant; her husband Grant T. Sackett, 35, head of quality control of the stratos division; George DeScheppcr, a junior administration engineer of guided missiles, Babylon; and Edwin L. Anning, layout draftsman of guided missiles, Babylon.
    Search for the missing boats was begun early today by the Coast Guard when Mrs. Anning reported them overdue. The four persons had put out in the two 15-foot boats Sunday.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]

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  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 30 Aug 1926, p 3
    Mrs. Grace Dimmock
    Mrs. Grace Dimmock died Sunday morning in this city. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of her brother, Harvey Sackett at Hallstead Pa. Burial will be in Hallstead cemetery.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 31 Aug 1926, p 3
    Mrs. Grace Dimmock
    The funeral of Mrs. Grace Dimmock was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of her brother, Harvey Sackett at Hallstead, Pa. Burial was in Hallstead.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • El Paso Times, El Paso, Texas, 2 Apr 1929, p. 7
    Mrs. Carmen Sackett, 36, of 905 North Florence street, died at her residence yesterday morning. She is survived by her husband, W. H. Sackett, three sons, William J., Charles E., and James H. Sackett, a daughter, Carmen Ann Sackett, her mother, Mrs. Paula B. Vda. Santoyo, and two brothers, Jose and Eduardo Santoyo, all of El Paso, and two sisters, Mrs. Maria Serndon of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Anne Manrique of Mexico City, Mexico. Funeral arrangements are pending with Peak-Hagedon.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 31 Jan 1936, p 10
    Harvey Sackett, Jr.
    Harvey Sackett, Jr., 15 years old, died Thursday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sackett, Sr., New York avenue, Hallstead. Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Donald and Floyd Sackett, both of Hallstead, and a sister, Mrs. Willard Edwards of Kirkwood.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • El Paso Times, El Paso, Texas, 6 Feb 1941, p. 2
    W. H.Sackett Services Set For Thursday
    William picFuneral service for William Hudson Sackett, 64, who died in a local hospital Tuesday, will be held in Peak-Hagedon Chapel at 4 p.m. Thursday with Rev. D. W. McElroy officiating.
    Mr. Sackett was one of El Paso's prominent writers and took active interest in various literary groups organized to promote writing. He was a member of the Night Writers Club and the Manuscript Club. He was interested in poetry and Aztec lore and had translated a number of pieces of Aztec poetry.
    For many years, he served as an American consul in Mexico.
    He had recently started publication of a new magazine, "The Southwestern Home Magazine," which provided an outlet for El Paso writers. One of his books, "Xochitl, My Aztec Queen," will be made into a moving picture by a Mexican company.
    He is survived by his mother, a daughter, Ann, and three sons, Charles, James and William, all of El Paso.
    Pallbearers at the funeral will be Tom Powers, Floyd Crews, Herman Kemp, J. J. Hill, Joe Evans and Herman Rosch. Burial will be in Restlawn.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 25 Jan 1954, p 20
    Frank D. Sackett, 88, of Kirkwood, died at 10:20 p.m. Sunday in Binghamton. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ethel N. VanDusen of Kirkwood; one granddaughter; three grandsons, several great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Alice Mason of Binghamton. The body was moved to the George H. Scholderer Home for Funerals, 269 Chanango Street.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]

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  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 28 Mar 1935, p 5
    Carrie M. Stoddard
    Carrie M. Stoddard died at her home on Hallstead R.D. on Wednesday. She survived by a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Ray of Hancock, and three sons, DeForest Wakam of Binghamton, Chauncey Stoddard of Kingsley, Pa., and Ernest Stoddard of Hallstead.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]
  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 2 Mar 1948, p 22
    Harvey O. Sackett, 79, died of a heart attack at 2:45 p.m. Monday at his home, Main Street, Hallstead. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Sackett of Hallstead; a daughter, Mrs. Willard Edwards of Binghamton; two sons, Donald of Great Bend and Floyd of Hallstead; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. The body was removed to the O. E. Tuttle Funeral Home in Hallstead, and was returned this afternoon to his home, where friends may call until Thursday morning, when it will be returned to the funeral home.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]
  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, 27 Apr 1974, p 11
    Stoddard—Chauncey L. Stoddard, 76, Hancock, died at Read Memorial Hospital, Thursday. He is survived by a daughter Mrs. Donald (Ruth) Cole, Binghamton; one son Clarence Stoddard, Susquehanna; a sister Mrs. Pearl Ray, Hancock; one granddaughter and one grandson; several nieces and nephews. He was a retired State Highway Department Employee, Binghamton, he was a World War I veteran and a member of the VFW Hancock Post. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Henderson-Biedekapp Funeral Chapel, Hancock. The Rev. Harold K. Justesen pastor of the Hancock Presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Hallstead. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Record, Hackensack, New Jersey, 27 Oct 1978, p 12
    George S. Miles
    Demarest—George Sackett Miles, an engineer with the Bendix Corp., before his retirement, died Monday in Connecticut. He was 70.
    Mr. Miles was born in New York. He had moved to Demarest 27 years ago.
    He graduated from City College of New York in 1931 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He was a member of the American Physical Society and the Society of Colonial Wars.
    Surviving are two sons, David S. in Warren, Conn. and John A. in Danbury, Conn; a daughter, Nancy M. Bellanti in Duluth, Ga.; a brother, Sackett B. of Eastchester, N.Y. and two grandchildren.
    Services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. in St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Englewood. Burial will be at the family's convenience.
    Contributions to the Dennis James Memorial Organ Fund of St Paul's Church would be appreciated.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Asbury Park Press, New Jersey, 2 Jun 1983, p 20
    Luman J. Morgan
    78, Episcopal priest
    Lacey Township—The Rev. Luman J. Morgan, a former rector of the Christ Episcopal Church, Toms River, died Tuesday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River.
    Father Morgan, 78, was born in Tipp City, Ohio.
    He was graduated from Kenyon College, Ohio, and in 1931 received a Bachelor of Divinity Degree from Bexley Hall. He was ordained in 1932.
    He became an assistant to the Dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of Saint Paul, Erie, Pa., in 1940. Later, he served as rector of the Episcopal Church of Merciful Saviour, Penns Grove.
    From 1952 to 1972, Father Morgan was rector of Christ Episcopal Church, Toms River.
    In 1972, he celebrated his 50th year as a priest.
    He was a supply priest for the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, Tuckerton, from 1973 to 1979, when he retired.
    Surviving are his wife, the former Elizabeth Waln Meirs; two sons, James S., Haddonfield, and Nicholas W., Howell Township, and two sisters, Clara Blakeman, Walnut Creek, Calif., and Grace Otwell, Beaumont, Calif.
    The Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Asbury Park Press, New Jersey, 7 Feb 2004, p 3 Elizabeth Waln Meirs Morgan, 90, of Forked River, Lacey, died Friday, Feb. 6, of a stroke. Mrs. Morgan, sometimes nicknamed "The Pines Baroness," was well known for her environmental and historical activism, her prodigious knowledge of the history and nature of Ocean and Monmouth counties, and her Episcopal church work. She was born and raised in New Egypt. After receiving her bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees from Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, she was a teacher and social worker until she married in 1941. She was the author of church-related publications and was a correspondent on history and nature for Ocean County newspapers. She served as president and board member of the Ocean County Historical Society and was active in several other local historical societies. She loved history, exploring, "botanizing," and bird-watching. She was a lifelong volunteer educator, a formidable repository of local lore and a witty, wise raconteur. A portrait of Mrs. Morgan by artist Linda Reddington hangs in the Wells Mills County Park nature center to honor her advocacy to save the area. She was predeceased by her husband, the Rev. Luman J. Morgan, in 1993; her parents, John and Sarah Henshaw Meirs; and a brother, John Meirs, in 1993. Surviving are two sons, James S. Morgan of Barrington, and Nicholas W. Morgan of Columbus. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Feb. 13 at Christ Episcopal Church, Toms River. [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]

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  • Hartford Courant, Connecticut, 30 Aug 1869, p. 2
    Boy Drowned—His Body Recovered.
    A boy about sixteen years of age, son of Alfred E. Barber, Tolland, who has lived with his grandfather, A. S. Barber, at No. 126 Wells street in this city, was drowned in the Connecticut river between 7 and 8 o'clock Saturday evening. He had been to the East Hartford side in a yawl boat, and was returning with two lads, when in sculling the boat his oar slipped and he went overboard. Yesterday morning several men dragged the river, and at about 10½ o'clock the body was recovered by Mr. Joseph Schalk. Coroner Holmes summoned a jury of inquest, consisting of Charles B. May foreman, Ralph Wallace, Henry A. King, John N. Palmer, Edward Sackett, and Francis Flynn, and a verdict of accidental drowning was rendered. The deceased has been one of the Courant carriers for three years, and was one of the most faithful in service.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Sabetha Herald (Sabetha, Kansas), 14 Nov 1912, Page 8
    Obituary of H. V. Croffoot.
    Homer V. Croffoot was born in Painesville, Ohio, May 11, 1826. He was married to Clarissa Rolfe October 8, 1846. To this happy union there were born eleven children, three sons and eight daughters. His wife and three daughters preceeded (sic) him in death. The family moved west and lived in Rock county, Mo., for 13 years. Then they went to Joe Davis county, Illinois, where they remained 20 years. May 27, 1883, Mr. Croffoot was married to Elizabeth Sypher. To this union no children were born. The family then removed to Green county, Wisconsin, and lived there until 1888, when they moved to Kansas. Since then Mr. Croffoot has been a resident of Kansas. Sunday evening, November 3, death came to Mr. Croffoot at Studley, Kansas, after an illness of a week with cerebral hemorroids. He was 86 years old. Mr. Croffoot is survived by a wife and eight children, as follows: Mrs. Duane Rogers, of Burr Oklahoma, Henry H. Croffoot, of Hanover, Ills.; Carlos C. Croffoot, of Studley, Kansas, Mrs. Delia Burkhart. Mrs. Adda Hatfield, Mrs. Ella McCabe and George F. Croffoot, all of Sabetha; Mrs. Emma Forrey, of Kuna, Idaho. In 1861 Mr. Croffoot united with the Baptist church and was ever afterwards a faithful follower of Christ. Funeral services were held in the Studley church Wednesday afternoon, November 6, conducted by Rev. Mr. Starrbuck, Burial was in the Studley cemetery.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • The Miami Herald, Florida, 17 Jan 1945, p. 13
    Jack Bell In Germany
    Sgt. Sackett Dies But U.S. Victory Is a Little Nearer
    By Jack Bell
    Herald War Correspondent
    With American forces in Germany (via Bomber Packet, Delayed)—Sgt. LaVern Sackett's day of drama written gloriously across the pages of American history, came to him just beyond the city of Koslar along the Roer river in western Germany.
    The quiet, light-haired lad from Kalamazoo walked the battlefield with the fire and daring of Gen. Jackson himself, and tonight not a German gunner fires from the west bank of the river.
    The 115th had the assignment to smash all resistance west of the river in this sector, a Jerry stronghold entrenched in a huge sports stadium and swimming pool.
    Sgt. Sackett awoke at 3:30 a.m., assembled his platoon and they waited for orders to move. Soon they were in the open, moving across the large flat pasture toward the river.
    Seven hundred yards from the arena they encountered a company from another regiment moving back. At just that moment the Jerries opened with burp guns. The men of the withdrawing company broke and ran, taking wiith them some of the fresh company, men who, in the confusion, thought a general retreat was on.
    Sergeant Sticks
    Sgt. Sackett ordered his men into trenches, left by the Germans. They were shallow and half-filled with water. The men dared not move, and at dawn a German self-propelled gun rolled down to the river and fired point blank at them.
    Mortars rolled in, too, and after an hour a number of the men decided to make a break for the woods 300 yards to the rear. The sergeant ordered his men to stick with him. They obeyed, though the Jerries were giving them hell.
    As morning advanced American planes came roaring low and the Jerry battery silenced, not wanting to show positions. The machine gunners and rifle men also dropped into their holes when the American planes strafed the whole area. Sgt. Sackett crawled forward, his men trailing.
    Stroke of Genius
    Many had been hit, a few killed. They couldn't evade a burp gunner set up in the corner of the swimming pool, so moved—not quite sure where they were going—between the arena and the pool, clear to the river.
    Now, it developed that Sgt. Sackett's selection of position was a stroke of genius. It was so daring the Germans didn't dream he had done it. A Jerry stuck his head up over the river bank. An American gunner took good aim and knocked him dead.
    Another German immediately came up to see what had happened, and he, too, was killed.
    Sgt. Sackett deployed his men—he had but 14—so they could command a long stretch of the river bank, the near corner of the swimming pool on their right and a stone house on the left, and they were in a depression which hid them from all three positions.
    No Right To Be There
    These 15 men lay low and shot true from mid-morning until 3 in the afternoon. No Americans were near them. They knew nothing about the rest of the war. But every time a Jerry showed his head he was picked off.
    The Jerries, unable to find where the bullets came from, kept coming toward that area, feeling sure no Americans would be so foolish as to be there. And none who came got away to report.
    Sgt. Sackett left his men at 3 o'clock and worked his way back to the battalion command post. "We've got to get some information, sir," he reported. "We're 200 yards from the swimming pool but no Americans are near us."
    "We'll soon fix that," said the colonel. "I want you, sergeant, to get in this tank and lead these two assault guns up to that pool. Can you get them close enough?"
    'It'll Be Dangerous'
    "If they don't get knocked out," replied the sergeant. "It's naked out there. If you'll knock out two pill boxes in there we'll take the pool. I've 14 damn good soldiers up there."
    "Can you get back to them?"
    "I got out. You never know. I'll try."
    "Well, you stay with the tanks. We'll send a runner to your men and tell them to move soon as the tanks do their job."
    "Are your tanks well armored?" he asked the tank officer.
    "No," he replied. "They're really not tanks. They're mounts for assault guns and built for speed."
    "It'll be dangerous then."
    ""Sure," he said. "Are you ready, sergeant?"
    "Let's go," was Sgt. Sackett's quiet response. "Can you hit them corners?"
    "You're damn right, we can. We'll show you."
    Sort of 'Let Down'
    An hour later, as I lay along an embankment up front looking at the arena and wreckage of the pool Sgt. Sackett came along. The runner sent to his gallant fourteen hadn't reached them. At least they hadn't moved into the pool. The doughty little soldier dropped beside me.
    "I'm weak as a kitten," he said soberly. "When I get into a thing like this battle I'm mad as hell; want to go get the jerries, kill 'em all. And it was fun watching the tanks knock that pool down, after I knew we were out of that counter fire. Now, it's quiet for a minute or two and I'm sort of let down."
    The lad seemed mystified at his condition, unaware that less courageous men would have folded. Not realizing that he had been under tremendous strain for 14 hours. I tried to talk quiet chatter to him, but 'twas not easy, lying out there under zooming planes, the thunder of guns, the deadly cracking machine gunners.
    'We're Whittled Down'
    "What now?" I asked finally.
    "I'm trying to work my way back to the platoon—what's left of it," he said. "They're all right, those 14 men. I started this morning with 40. Now we're whittled down to 17, those 14, two radio men with a set that won't work, and me."
    "You've had quite a day," I suggested.
    "Yes," he said, slinging his carbine over his shoulder in preparation to move, "but a good day. We got a lot of them today, and every one we get brings the war nearer to the end. This is no place for Americans. I want to go home."
    "Good luck to you," I said.
    "I'll need it," he replied. "I've got to go across some open space, and jerry can look right down my throat. Good bye to you—and don't take too many chances."
    I watched him slipping through the woods toward the open pasture. I turned back, for darkness was near, and worked toward the battalion C.P., thinking of the rare courage, the responsibility, the gigantic stature these lads attain under the thunders of war.
    They got Sgt. Sackett late this afternoon. He never got across that open space. They brought him back to the company, still alive, but all knew . . .
    "We got a lot of 'em," he said, "but they got me. I'd liked a crack at the Rhine, but . . ."
    Then he died, and no one spoke in the crowded cellar . . . until the colonel said, "A real soldier just died, men."
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]
  • Daily News-Post, Monrovia, California, 31 Oct 1966, p 7
    Louis Petrie Requiem Mass set Wednesday
    MONROVIA—Louis Clinton Petrie Sr., 78, long-time resident of the San Gabriel Valley, died Friday following a long illness.
    He was born in Brantford, Ont., Canada, but spent his youth in Holland, Mich., and later attended the University of Michigan.
    The family moved to Monrovia in 1945 when he purchased the Monrovia Hospital, which he owned and operated until 1959.
    Mr. Petrie was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion. He was a member of the Elks for over 52 years.
    He is survived by his wife, Anna of Covina, four daughters, Mrs. Jean Rose of San Pedro, Miss Mary Louise Petrie of Covina, Mrs. Sally Ury of Whittier, and Miss Karen Ellen Petrie of Pasadena; two sons, Louis C. Petrie Jr. of Monrovia and George Petrie of Seattle, Wash.; a brother Dewey of New York City and seven grandchildren.
    Rosary will be recited at the Chapel of the Temple and La Gorge Mortuary at 8 p.m. Tuesday and Requiem Mass celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church at 10 a.m. Wednesday, with interment to follow in Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles.
    In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to his name to the Jesuit Seminary Association, 233 Grant Avenue, San Francisco.
    [Newspapers.com image researched by Terri Carlson, transcribed by Chris Sackett]
  • The Times (Munster, Indiana), 10 Mar 1988, Page 38
    SACKETT, HENRY R.
    Sackett, Henry R - age 81 of Merrillville - formerly of Gary, Indiana - passed away Wednesday, March 9, 1988. Survivors: wife, Dorothea of Merrillville; one daughter, Susanne D. (Phillip H.) Minton of Indianapolis; one son, James H. Sackett of Indianapolis; three grandchildren, David P. (Elizabeth) Minton of St. Louis, Missouri, James C. (Valinda) Minton, of Bloomington, Indiana and Shannon S. Minton of Indianapolis.
    Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 12, 1 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Merrillville, 7898 Taft St., Merrillville. Mr. Sackett will lie in state at the church from noon to 1 p.m. with Rev. Michael S. Maietta officiating. Interment, Ridgelawn Cemetery. Friends may call at Burns Funeral Home, corner of 101st and Broadway, Merrillville/ Crown Point on Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Please send contributions to Parkinson's Awareness Association of Central Indiana Inc., 721 Sherwood Dr., Indianapolis, Indiana 46240.
    Mr. Sackett was a prominent Indiana Attorney; he served as Special Prosecutor for the Nuremberg, Germany in [sic: and] Tokyo, Japan United States War Crimes Trials; a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Merrillville; a graduate of Emerson High School: graduate of the University of Chicago - Class of 1929 and Captain of the University of Chicago Basketball Team; and practiced law in the firm of Sackett-Pyatt & Waitkus.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • The Times (Munster, Indiana), 10 Mar 1988, Page 38
    Former prosecutor dies at 81
    MERRILLVILLE — A Gary native who was a special prosecutor at the trials of Nazi and Japanese war criminals died Wednesday.
    Henry R. Sackett, 81, of Merrillville, was born March 9, 1907, in Colorado Springs, Colo., and raised in Gary. He graduated from Emerson High School and the University of Chicago Law School in 1929. He was also captain of the university basketball team.
    Following graduation, Mr. Sackett began practicing law with his father, Judge Homer E. Sackett, in the firm of Sackett and Sackett. The younger Sackett went into practice with the firm of Sackett, Pyatt and Waitkus, and practiced law for more than 50 years.
    He later became an assistant U.S. attorney in the Northern District of Indiana, attached to the Hammond office, and after World War II, was one of the allied special prosecutors at the trials of prominent German and Japanese war crimes defendants.
    He prosecuted war criminals in Nuremberg, Germany, and Tokyo.
    Mr. Sackett was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Merrillville; the Optimists Club; a past president of the Gary Chamber of Commerce; a member of the board of directors of Bank One; a member of Innsbrook Country Club; a former member of the Indiana Port Commission; the Indiana State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
    He is survived by his wife, Dorothea; son, James H. Sackett of Indianapolis; daughter, Susanne (Phillip) Minton of Indianapolis; and three grandchildren.
    Visitation for Mr. Sackett will be Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home, at 101st and Broadway, Merrillville/Crown Point.
    Funeral services will be from the First Presbyterian Church of Merrillville, 7898 Taft St., at 1 p.m. Saturday.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]

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  • Neodesha Register, Neodesha, Kansas, 19 Sep 1884, p. 3
    Horace Sackett, who has been visiting for some time with his sister, Mrs. E. P. Moulton, returned to his home at Taylorville, Illinois, on Wednesday.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Wilson County Citizen, Fredonia, Kansas, 26 Sep 1884, p. 3
    Horace Sackett, who has been visiting for some time with his sister, Mrs. E. P. Moulton, returned to his home at Taylorville, Illinois, on Wednesday.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Review, Decatur, Illinois, 12 Dec 1884
    Mr. Horace Sackett, the gentlemanly and popular clerk at the Globe Hotel, Taylorville, was in the city a short time yesterday.
    [Thurmon King's Database]
  • Neodesha Register, Neodesha, Kansas, 14 Oct 1887, p. 3
    Horace Sackett, wife and child, of Taylorville, Illinois, brother-in-law of E. P. Moulton, arrived in this city last Friday. They will probably locate here.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Neodesha Register, Neodesha, Kansas, 21 Oct 1887, p. 3
    Horace Sackett, nephew of E. P. Moulton, ran down to Independence last Wednesday. He is looking for a location to start up a restaurant He says he would not ask for a better place than this if he could get a suitable building, but empty business houses are not to be found in Neodesha.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Neodesha Register, Neodesha, Kansas, 11 Nov 1887, p. 3
    Horace Sackett has purchased the Shoup restaurant and lunch counter on Fourth street and promises to run a first-class establishment.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Neodesha Register, Neodesha, Kansas, 15 Jun 1888, p. 1
    Horace Sackett was seriously injured last Wednesday morning by his cow. He was holding her while she was grazing when she became frightened and ran away. Attempting to catch her his left foot became entangled in the rope and he was dragged two blocks when his boot came off releasing him. He was bruised and scratched all over and some of his injuries may prove more serious than supposed at first. He is quite ill at present.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Edwardsville Intelligencer, Edwardsville, Illinois, October 5, 1943
    Funeral Services Held.
    Funeral services were held on Tuesday, October 5, at 2 o'clock for Mrs. Mary Jane Sackett, who died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland, Saturday, October 2. Rev. Otto Bassler, pastor of the Evangelical church at Highland officiated, and burial was made in the Marine Cemetery. Pall-bearers were Otto Deibert, Nick Wildhuber, Ben Hess, Otto Talleur, Leroy Zimmerli and Norbert Hotz. Mrs. Sackett had made her home at the Highland Hospital for the past 23 years, and death was due to complications and her advanced age of 82 years and 19 days. She was the daughter of George and Mary Ann Barrick, and was born near New Hebron, Crawford county, Illinois. On August 4, 1886 she was united in marriage to Horace Norman Sackett, at Pana, Ill. Four children were born to this union. Her husband and one daughter, Mrs. Mabel Snodgrass, preceded her in death. She is survived by three children: Mrs. Pearl Bisgen of Marine, Mrs. Mary Ochs of St. Louis, and Walter Sackett of Madison; 14 grandchildren, eight great-grandchilden, one daughter-in-law and two sons-in-law.
    [Researched and transcribed by Kari Roehl]

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  • Edwardsville Intelligencer, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois, Wednesday, November 20, 1946, page 3
    Marine
    Word was received in Marine Saturday afternoon that Walter Sackett of Madison had taken his own life at his home that morning. Mr. Sackett had been in ill health for the past year having suffered a nervous breakdown.
    Mr. Sackett formerly of Marine has lived in Madison for sometime and was employed with the I.C.R.R.
    He is survived by his wife, the former Wilma Nemnich, three daughters, one son and one grandchild, all of Madison, also two sisters, Mrs. Joe Bisgen of Marine and Mrs. Arthur Ochs of St. Louis.
    Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon in Madison.
  • Edwardsville Intelligencer, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois, Friday, November 29, 1946, page 7
    Marine
    Funeral services for Walter E. Sackett, formerly of Marine, were held at Madison on Tuesday afternoon and burial was at Sunset Hill cemetery. Rev. Metcalfe officiated at the services.
    The Ochs trio of St. Louis, nieces of Mr. Sackett, sang three songs, "It Is Well With My Soul," "Goodnight Here, Good Morning Up There" and "He Heals Every Heartache." The Mason lodge of Marine held services on Monday evening.
    The Venice-Madison Post of American Legion had charge of guard duty and military rites at the grave.
  • St Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, 19 Jun 1966, p 50
    Sackett
    Wilma Louise Sackett, 1712 Fourth st., Madison, Ill., entered into rest June 17, 1966, 8:15 p.m., dear mother of Vernon Sackett, Shirley Jane Goff, Audrey Ann Nagy and Doris Speckman, dear sister of Hilda Smith, Katherine Oswald, Ann Cheney, Bess Harman, Otto, Oliver, Joe, John and Leo Nemnich, dear grandmother and mother-in-law.
    Remains will lie is state at Lahey Funeral Home, 501 Madison av., Madison, Ill., until 11:30 a.m. Tues., June 21, thence taken to Methodist Church of Madison, 1661 Fifth st., Madison, where services will be conducted 1 p.m. Interment Sunset Hills Cemetery, Edwardsville, Ill.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghampton, New York, 25 Oct 1995, page 11
    Melvin H. Sackett of Halsey Valley
    Melvin Howard Sackett, 63, of 207 Hamilton Valley Road, passed away suddenly on Monday, October 23, 1995, at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, Pa. He was born on August 14, 1932, in Binghamton, N.Y., one of seven children to Mary Louise DeMunn and the late William John Sackett. Mel attended schools in Binghamton and later joined the U.S. Army and had completed 21 years of service, retiring as a Staff Sgt. On May 10, 1965, in Sayre, Pa., he married Jane (Bensley) Sackett and together they made their home in Halsey Valley. Mel was an avid wood carver and made many fine pieces of furniture for his family. He took great pride in his "Black Foot Indian" heritage, spending many hours enjoying Mother Nature's countryside. His love for his family and friends, through his acts of kindness, will never be forgotten. In addition to his mother, Mary, he is survived by his wife of 30 years, Jane; daughters and sons-in-law, Sonja and J.R. Craft, Linda and Thompson Kithcart, Diana and Harold Kithcart, Margaret Sackett; sons and daughters-in-law, David Bensley, Mark and Brenda Sackett, Michael and Terri Sackett, Daniel and Irene Sackett, and Harold Sackett; his brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Cathy Sackett, Devillo and Cindy Sackett, James and Bertha Sackett; his sister, Juanita Wage; sisters-in-law, Beverly Sackett and Marjorie Sackett; seventeen special grandchildren; a great granddaughter; several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his father in 1964; his brothers, Leon in 1985 and Gerald in 1993.
    Funeral services will be held on Friday, October 27, 1995 at 2 p.m. from the Sutfin Funeral Chapel, Main St., Nichols. Interment will follow at the Nichols Cemetery. The family will receive their friends on Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Chapel. The family would like to say thanks to the Halsey Valley and the Tioga Center Emergency Squads for their fast response, care and concern.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • The Kansas City Star, Missouri, 11 May 2004, p B2
    Harry D. Sackett, age 88, of Gainesville, FL, died on May 6, 2004, in the North Florida Rehab. and Specialty Care Center, Gainesville. He was the husband of Mary L. (Wampler) Sackett for 64 years. Born in Kansas City, MO, he was the son of the late Harry M. and Nancy (Dyer) Sackett. He was a graduate of Paseo High School and was a member of Swope Park Masonic Lodge #617 and was an Elder of the Linwood United Presbyterian Church. He served in the U.S. Navy as a cinematographer in Washington, D.C., during World War II. He was a Life Member of the Johnson County Chapter #34 of the Disabled American Veterans, holding all the Kansas State offices including State Commander. Harry was a member of the American Federation of Musicians for over 60 years. He owned a photographic company, Sackett Color Productions. He and his wife, Mary, moved to Gainesville, FL, one year ago from Shawnee Mission, KS. Along with his wife, Mary, he is survived by sons, Gary of High Springs, FL, and Larry of Williston, FL and daughter, Carol Sackett of San Franciso, CA. He is also survived by one grandson, six granddaughters, and two great-grandsons. A Funeral Service of Remembrance was held on Monday, May 10, 2004, at the Forest Lawn Funeral Home, Ocala, FL, with the Reverend Benson Cain of the Faith Presbyterian Church, Gainesville, FL, followed by interment in the Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Ocala, FL.
    (Arrangements: Forest Lawn Funeral Home, Ocala, FL)
  • [Find A Grave]

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  • The Sheboygan Press, Wisconsin, 13 Feb 1925, p 10
    Mrs. Sackett, 34, Dies Early Today at the Hospital
    Mrs. Hilda Mae Sackett, 34, wife of Clarence Sackett, 162 St. Charles avenue, passed away at 2 a.m. today at St. Nicholas hospital, where she had been a patient for a few days. A few hours old baby . . . the mother in death.
    Mrs. Sackett was born in Fond du Lac on Feb. 3, 1891, and was educated there and married there on June 25, 1917. For several years the couple has been residing in this city.
    Besides the husband, the departed is survived by her father, . . . Huppard, and one brother, . . . Huppard, both of Fond du Lac.
    The remains were taken from the hospital to the Ballhorn Undertaking parlors on North Eighth street where friends may view them this evening. Saturday morning they will be shipped to Fond du Lac where funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • The Sheboygan Press, Wisconsin, 16 Oct 1926, p 6
    Miss Hubbard and Clarence Sackett Wed
    Miss Helen Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hubbard, of Sheboygan Falls, and Clarence R. Sackett, Jr., of Sheboygan Falls, were united in marriage Friday at Sheboygan Falls by Rev. C. D. Mayhew.
    The bride wore a georgette dress and her flowers were pink and white carnations.
    Miss Bertha Sizonen was the bridesmaid and Joseph Marchiando was the groom's attendant.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, and carnations were used in the carrying out the decorative scheme. William Hubbard, a brother of the bride, was the out-of-town guest present.
    Mr. and Mrs. Sackett have gone on a wedding trip to the western part of the state and after November 1 will be at home in this city.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • The Sheboygan Press, Wisconsin, 29 Apr 1974, p 10
    Obituaries
    Clarence A. Sackett
    Clarence A. Sackett, 79, of 1537 Alexander Ct., a resident of Morningside Nursing Home the past two years, died there Saturday afternoon.
    Born in Fond du Lac on Sept. 23, 1894, he was a son of the late Clarence and Sarah Sackett. He attended school in Fond du Lac.
    During World War I he served in the U.S. Navy.
    On Oct. 15, 1926, he married Helen Hubbard at Sheboygan Falls.
    The couple made their home in Fond du Lac until moving to Sheboygan in 1942.
    Mr. Sackett worked at Armour Leather Co., for 18 years until retiring in 1960.
    He was a member of First Baptist Church and Barracks 2091, Veterans of World War I.
    Surviving are his widow; five sons, Clarence of Kiel, William of Manitowoc, Norman of Mabton, Wash., John of Sheboygan, and Harold of Junction City; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Halle of Plymouth, Mrs. Alex (Arline) Konz Jr., Mrs. Richard (Esther) Mueller, Mrs. Frederick (Muriel) Klaft, and Mrs. Jackie (Betty) Machtig, all of Sheboygan; 30 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and three brothers, Warren, Las Vegas, Nev., Harold of Fond du Lac, and Clifford of Sheboygan.
    He was preceded in death by a son, daughter, and three grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church, the Rev. Herbert Cross, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
    Friends may call at the Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home from 4 p.m. Tuesday until 10 a.m. Wednesday and at the church from 11 a.m. until the time of services.
    Veterans of World War I will hold memorial services at the funeral home at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
    A memorial fund has been established in Mr. Sackett's name for First Baptist Church.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • The Sheboygan Press, Wisconsin, 6 Aug 1976, p 6
    Obituaries
    Helen M. Sackett
    Funeral services for Mrs. Helen M. Sackett, 70, of 1537 Alexander Ct., who died Thursday morning at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital, will be held at the First Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Saturday.
    The Rev. Oliver Carlson, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Cemetery.
    Friends may call at the Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home after 4:30 Friday until 10 a.m. Saturday and at the church from 11 a.m. until time of services.
    A memorial will be established in Mrs. Sackett's name for the First Baptist Church.
    The former Helen Hubbard was born in Sheboygan Falls on Feb. 12, 1906, the daughter of Gheron and Nettie Chase Hubbard. She attended school in Sheboygan Falls.
    On Oct. 15, 1926 she married Clarence Sackett in Sheboygan Falls. The couple lived in Fond du Lac until 1942 when they moved to Sheboygan to make their home.
    Mr. Sackett died in April, 1974.
    Mrs. Sackett was a member of the First Baptist Church, the Ruth Noren Circle and Barracks No. 2091, Veterans of World War I Auxiliary.
    Survivors include five sons, Norman of Tasco, Wash., William of Manitowac, Clarence of Kiel, Harold of Junction City, and John of Sheboygan; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Halle of Plymouth, and Mrs. Alex (Arleen) Konz Jr ., Mrs. Ester Mueller, Mrs. FrederIck (Muriel) Klaft, and Mrs. Jack (Betty) Machtig, all of Sheboygan; 30 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Ester Kohlhagen and Miss Emma Hubbard, both of Sheboygan Falls.
    She was preceded in death by her parents, one son and one daughter in infancy, two brothers and one sister.
    Baracks 2091, Veterans of World War 1 Auxiliary, will hold memorial services at the funeral home Friday at 7 p.m.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Ted Smith]
  • Daily Record, Morristown, New Jersey, 3 Sep 1987, p 16
    Donald L. Wilson Sr.
    Wilson, Donald L. Sr., aged 88, of Ledgewood, formerly of West Orange, on Sept. 1, 1987. Beloved husband of Hilda C. Beloved father of Donald L. Jr. and Jean Hesse. Also survived by six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of the First Memorial Presbyterian Church, West Blackwell Street, Dover, N.J., on Friday, Sept. 11, at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Hospice of Morris County, 282 W. Hanover Ave., Morristown, N.J. 07960.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • Daily Record, Morristown, New Jersey, 16 Jul 1988, p 4
    Hilda C. Wilson
    Roxbury Twp.—Hilda "Neil" C. Wilson died Thursday at Mountainside Hospital, Glen Ridge, after a short illness. She was 84.
    She was born at Mabbettsville, N.Y., and lived in Glen Ridge, Verona and West Orange from 1930–62, when she moved to the Ledgewood section of the township.
    A registered nurse, she was a 1924 graduate of Mountainside Hospital Nursing School.
    Mrs. Wilson was a clerk with Pyrofax Gas Corp., Ledgewood, from 1941 until her retirement in 1960.
    Survivors include a son, Donald L. Jr., Randolph; a daughter, Jean Hesse, Livingston; two brothers, Eugene Cornelius, Florida, and Henry Cornelius Jr., New York; three sisters, Elinor Beckwith, Mary Wintringham and Marcia Brenner, all of New York; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
    Arrangements are by Farmer Funeral Home, 45 Roseland Ave., Roseland.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Orlando Sentinel, Florida, 8 May 2006, p B4.
    Sackett, Jackie M., 69, of Orlando, FL, went to be with the Lord on May 6, 2006. Mrs. Sackett is survived by her husband of 51 years, Ramon D. Sackett, her son, Gary L. Sackett (Cathy) of Bismarck, IL, daughter, DeAnna M. Johnson (John) of Orlando, son, Brett A. Sackett of Chamberlain, SD, daughter Brenda L. Sackett of Orlando, and son, Don R. Sackett of White Lake, SD, her sister Edna (Doodle) Williams (James "Sonny") of Jacksonville, FL, her grandsons, Tharon D. Sackett and Sean T. Sackett, granddaughter, Morgan M. Johnson, and step-grandsons, James Johnson (Teri) and Jay Johnson of Sanford, and great-grandson, Evan Johnson. Funeral will be held Tuesday, May 9, 2006, 2 PM at Lockhart Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Hospice of the Comforter.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]
  • The Orlando Sentinel, Florida, 5 Apr 2009, p B6.
    Sackett, Ramon D., 74, of Orlando, FL, went to be with the Lord on March 28, 2009. Mr. Sackett is survived by his children; sons, Gary L. Sackett (Cathy) of Bismarck, IL, Brett A. Sackett of Chamberlain, SD, Don R. Sackett of White Lake, SD; daughters, Deanna M. Johnson (John) and Brenda L. Allen (Bill) of Orlando; his grandsons, Tharon D. Sackett and Sean T. Sackett; granddaughter, Morgan M. Johnson; and step-grandsons, James Johnson (Teri) and Jay Johnson of Sanford; and great-grandchildren, Evan and Ashlee Johnson. He is predeceased by his wife, Jackie M. Sackett. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 7, 2009, at 2 PM at Lockhart Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to American Kidney Fund. Please sign and view the guestbook at www.baldwinfairchild.com Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral, 90 Weathersfield Avenue, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (407) 869-6065.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]

ADDED DECEMBER 2019

  • The Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio, 15 Dec 1968, p 100
    "WARE
    Gertrude I. Sackett, beloved wife of John B. Ware, beloved mother of Mrs. James T. (Virginia) Byrnes, grandmother of Mrs. Michael (Julia Anne) Baughman and James T. Byrnes Jr.; Thursday, December 12, 1968; residence, 420 Riddle Rd. Services private. Baiter & Sahnd Funeral Home in charge."
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]
  • The Northern Star, Lismore, New South Wales, 16 May 2018
    "Lickiss, Beverley (Nee: Sackett)
    13.06.1935–14.05.2018
    Passed away peacefully at Caroona Jarman, Goonellabah, surrounded by her loving family. Cherished Wife of Glyn. Loving Mother and Mother-in-Law of Jan and Ian; Heather and Paul; Norm (dec); Andrew and Jodie. Loved 'Ma' of her 10 Grandchildren and 2 Great Granddaughters.
    Guardian Funerals."
    [Ancestry.com Trees, LeeTasOZ]

ADDED NOVEMBER 2019

  • New Hampshire Sentinel, Keene, NH, 20 Sep 1849
    "At Little Rock, Arkansas, 8th ult., Mrs Amanda Sacket, wife of Lieut. Delos B. Sacket, of the 1st Dragoons, U.S.A.
    There is something in the death of this lady peculiarly touching. A few days since, her heart was beating high with the fond hope of soon mingling her tears and sympathies with those of a loved sister so recently bereaved of her husband; a few days since, and she was talking to her little girl that prattled on her knee, of the day when its father would be permitted to return from his far off post, and hear the sweet music of its tongue. But alas, there was a cold shadow soon to pass before those hopes and shut them out from her heart forever. Death, undreamed of by her and her friends, was standing nigh to bear her to his dark domain. But when his presence was felt, he had no terrors for his victim. She looked upon him with a calmness of a true Christian, and glided as gently down his stream as a summer flower upon a breezeless tide. Although no relation save her little daughter stood by her death-bed, she had the attention of devoted friends, and the last star of the morning found angels of kindness watching her couch, and the sweet consolations of the christian religion were poured gently in her ear and ever found a ready response in her heart. Her high intelligence, her decisive character, continued to her latest moment. Fully aware that she must soon depart, she gave the minutest directions concerning the disposition of everything she left behind, and said she died "at peace with the world," and had a full hope that she would live in happiness hereafter. Her husband will have the consolation of knowing that every request will be complied with, and that she sleeps (in her own language) in the cool shade and where the breeze can blow over her grave.—Arkansas State Gazette, Aug. 9.
    Mrs Sacket was the youngest of two interesting Cherokee girls, educated here, and for many years inmates of the family of Elijah Parker, Esq."
    [Transcribed from GenealogyBank image by Chris Sackett]
  • Evening Star, Washington, DC, 3 Jan 1863, p3
    "DIED.
    On Friday evening, Jan. 2d, Maynard, the only son of Colonel D.B. Sacket, U.S. Army, aged 4 years 3 months and 16 days.
    The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral service, at the residence of his parents, 357 H street, on Sunday afternooon, at 2½ o'clock. The remains will be taken to New York for interment."
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com by Chris Sackett]
  • Wilkes-Barre Times, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 4 Dec 1894, p 6
    WHITE HAVEN.
    Yesterday morning about 10 o'clock a telegram was received by Dr. Marstellar announcing the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Sackett, wife of Postmaster Sackett, of this place. Mrs. Sackett has been under treatment for some time past. She continued to grow worse and finally, on Wednesday morning, Nov. 28, was taken to the Polyclinic Hospital at Philadelphia for treatment. Yesterday morning Mr. Sackett decided to go and see her, and left on the 9:10 train, only a short time before the news of her death came. The death of Mrs. Sackett is a severe blow to her large number of friends. She was a devoted wife, a good neighbor, and has always been a sincere Christian and truthful member of the M.E. church. The remains were brought home on the 12:10 L.V. train to-day, and taken in charge by Undertaker Kocher. As yet no arrangements have been made for the funeral.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Plain Speaker, Hazleton, Pennsylvania, 13 May 1931, p 24
    "Mrs Ella N. Sackett.
    Mrs. Ella N. Sackett, aged 68, widow of George Sackett, of White Haven, died last night at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Rose S. Starner, of 727 North 21st street, Allentown, following ten weeks' illness from a stroke. Mrs. Sackett, who was preceded in death by her husband and a son, located in Allentown about ten weeks ago to receive treatment at the Allentown hospital. Several weeks ago she was discharged and went to live with her sister while she was attempting to regain her health.
    She was a member of the Eastern Star, White Haven, and the Methodist church of the latter place.
    Surviving her are two sisters, Mrs. Rose Starner, of Allentown, and Mrs. Alice Hoffman, of Bowmanstown. Interment will be made in White Haven but no date has yet been set for the funeral."
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Morning Call, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 14 May 1931, p 7
    SACKETT—In this city, May 12, 1931, Ella M., nee Serfoss, widow of George Sackett.
    Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services in the Methodist church, White Haven, Pa., on Saturday, May 16, at 1.30 p.m., standard time. Interment in Laurel cemetery, White Haven.
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]

ADDED SEPTEMBER 2019

  • Boston, various newspapers, 8 May 1727, death, "Sackett, Richard, Rev., at Greenwich, 8 May 1727. Jour." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 7 Dec 1793, marriage, "Goodwin, Oliver, druggist, mar. Wed. last to Miss Sophia Sacket, only dau. of the late Samuel Sacket, of this city." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 27 Jun 1795, marriage, "Sackett, Augustus, of this city, mar. Fri., the 19th inst., at Catts-Kill, to Miss Minerva Camp, dau. of the late Dr. Elisha Camp of Catts-Kill." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 16 Jan 1796, marriage, "Tingley, Capt. Daniel, mar. Thurs., the 7th inst., to Miss Eliza Sacket, dau. of Dr. Sacket of this city." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 14 Mar 1810, marriage, "Sacket, Noah, of Berlin (N.Y.), m. Sophia Allen of Pittsfield (Mass.) in New Lebanon (N.Y.)." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 11 Jul 1812, marriage, "Lawrence, Joseph, of this city, mar. Miss Mary Sackett, dau. of John Sackett, of Newtown, L.I." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 22 May 1813, death, "Sacket, Ebenezer Capt d. in Westfield and his wife." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 30 Oct 1813, marriage, "Sacket, Charles, mar. Miss Charity Fordham, both of this city." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 18 May 1814, death, "Sacket, Solomon, d. in Pittsfield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 20 Jan 1816, death, "Sacket, Miss Milisent, died, aaged 52." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 8 Jun 1816, death, "Sacket, Elizabeth (Mrs), wife of Samuel Sacket d. in New York." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New York Weekly Museum, 8 Jun 1816, death, "Sacket, Mrs Elizabeth R, wife of Samuel Sackett of Brooklyn, died." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 29 Jun 1816, marriage, "Sally Sacket of Pittsfield m. James Hart, in Middletown, Conn." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • American Mercury, Connecticut, 2 Jul 1816, marriage, "James Hart & Sally Sacket of Pittsfield, Mass, at Middletown, 18 Jun 1816." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 18 Jan 1817, marriage, "Lewis Sacket & Sina Bachelder of Plymouth, at Oxford." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 22 Jan 1817, death, "Sackett, Charity (Mrs), wife of Charles C Sacket d. in New York, aged 24." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 10 Apr 1819, marriage, "Harry Swift, of Cornwall, & Polly Sackett, at Warren." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 18 Dec 1819, marriage, "John Phelps & Melinda Sackett, at New Haven, 12 Dec 1819." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 21 Dec 1819, marriage, "John Phelps & Melinda Sackett, both of New Haven, at New Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • American Mercury, Connecticut, 28 Dec 1819, marriage, "John Phelps & Melinda Sackett, at New Haven, Dec 1819." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 20 May 1820, death, "Sackett, Lucinda, New Haven, age 27." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 12 Sep 1820, death, "Sacket, Justus R, Greenwich, age 17." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 17 Apr 1821, death, "Sacket, Erastus, Middletown, native of Norwich, Mass, age 28." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 19 Jan 1822, death, "Sackett, Col. Daniel, Milford, Revolutionary War, age 63." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 22 Jan 1822, death, "Sackett, Daniel (Col), Milford." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 13 Mar 1822, death, "Sacket, Samuel Esq, d. in Brooklyn, LI, aged 57." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • American Mercury, Connecticut, 15 Apr 1822, marriage, "Seth Dewey & Harriet Sackett, at Westfield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 11 Jan 1823, marriage, "Frederick Starr & Sarah Sackett, at Warren." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 28 Apr 1824, death, "Sackett, Daniel Capt d. in Pittsfield, aged 89." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 25 May 1824, marriage, "Lyman Norton & Julia Sacket, at Westfield, Mass." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 15 Jun 1825, marriage, "Noah Edwards Sackett m. Catherine Goodrich in Boston, Sunday." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 18 Feb 1826, death, "Sackett, Samuel, North Haven, age 85." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 16 Dec 1826, death, "Sackett, Eli, North Haven, age 84." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 28 Apr 1827, death, "Sackett, Judge, of Newbury, d. in Albany." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 19 Nov 1827, marriage, "Benjamin Sackett, of Warren, & Thalia Moulthrop, at Litchfield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 20 Feb 1830, death, "Sackett, Mrs Eunice, Westfield, Mass, age 83." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 7 Aug 1830, death, "Sacket, Asher, Westfield, age 82." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 25 Sep 1830, marriage, "Everlin Blakeslee & Jane Sackett, at North Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 9 Oct 1830, death, "Phelps, Melinda, New Haven, age 35." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 18 May 1831, death, "Sacket, Stephen, form. of Westfield, aged 53." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 15 Oct 1831, death, "Sackett, Julia Ann, dau of Aaron Sackett d. in Westfield, aged 15." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 2 Nov 1831, marriage, "George Sackett m. Lucy A. Cowles in Westfield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 7 Nov 1831, marriage, "Lorenzo D Sackett & Frances Ann Smith, at Hartford." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 12 Nov 1831, marriage, "Seth Sacket of Warren, & Harriet Galpin, at Berlin." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 14 Nov 1831, marriage, "Rev Seth Sacket of Warren, & Harriet Galpin of Berlin, daughter of Deac. Daniel, at Berlin." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • American Mercury, Connecticut, 26 Mar 1832, marriage, "Lorenzo D Sacket & Frances Ann Smith, at Hartford." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 22 Sep 1832, marriage, "Cephas Clark & Betsey Sackett, New Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 23 Mar 1833, marriage, "Sacket, Lucinda, m. Thomas H. Parker in Springfield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 5 Oct 1833, death, "At Onondaga, N.Y., Mr Edwin K Sackett, eldest son of the late Samuel Sackett of Brooklyn, L.I." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 6, 10, & 13 Sep 1834, death, "Sacket, Nancy (Mrs), wife of James Sacket d. in Westfield, aged 59." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 25 Aug 1835, marriage, "By the Rev. S H Meeker, on the 17th inst., Mr. William Leverich to Hannah Sackett, both of Newtown, L.I." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 27 Aug 1836, marriage, "Samuel N Lewis & Mary Sackett, both of Westfield, at Westfield, Mass, 16 Aug 1836." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 8 Jan 1837, marriage, "At Williamsburgh, L.I., on Monday evening, the 26th ult., by the Rev. James Demarest, Mr. James Joseph Sackett of Bridgeport, Conn. to Miss Harriet Capes of the former place." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 20 May 1837, marriage, "Daniel E Brinsmade, of Washington, & Orphey Sackett, daughter of Benjamin, at Warren." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 5 Aug 1837, marriage, "On Thursday morning, the 27th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Goldsmith, Peter Gorsline, Esq. to Miss Anna, daughter of the late John Sackett, Esq., all of Newtown, L.I." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 19 Aug 1837, marriage, "On the 13th inst, by the Rev. G.I. Garretson, Mr. John Powell to Miss Hetty Sackett, both of Newtown." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Columbian Centinel, Massachusetts, 4 Apr 1838, marriage, "Jane Sackett m. John Hardy, of Kittery, Me., in Boston." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 25 May 1838, marriage, "Joseph Washburn & Marietta Sacket, both of Springfield, at Somers (Billings Mills)." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 24 Aug 1839, marriage, "Wm W Sacket & Minerva Driver, both of Bethany, at New Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 2 May 1840, death, "Sackett, Joseph (Capt), Greenwich, age 85." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 2 May 1840, death, "Sackett, Joseph (Capt), Greenwich, d. 22 Apr 1840, age 85." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 28 Nov 1840, marriage, "At Bushwick on the 12th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Meeker, Mr. James Quinn to Patience, daughter of the late Jacob Sackett of Newtown, L.I." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 25 Dec 1841, death, "Sackett, Charles Loren, East Windsor, 13 Dec 1841, son of Loren & Frances Ann, age 4." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 9 Dec 1843, marriage, "John Smith & Lydia Ann Sackett, both of Oxford, at Westville." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 27 Jul 1844, death, "Sackett, Benjamin, Warren." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 16 Nov 1844, marriage, "Henry Harrison & Mrs Sackett, at Washington." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 16 Nov 1844, marriage, "Chas D Sackett & Sarah Dolph, at Norwich." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 7 Dec 1844, marriage, "Roland Sackett, of Westfield, Mass, & Mary Ann Curtiss, daughter of John, at Canton, 1 Dec 1844." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 25 Jan 1845, marriage, "Seth E Sackett, of Springfield, Mass, & Roxa A Chapman, at Ellington." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 2 Aug 1845, marriage, "Noyes Hotchkiss & Jane Sackett, at Naugatuck." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 27 Sep 1845, marriage, "W M B Gorham & Ann E Sackett, at New Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 27 Sep 1845, marriage, "W M B Gorham & Ann Eliza Sackett, at New Haven, 16 Sep 1845." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 28 Nov 1846, marriage, "Elijah Sackett Jr & Olive A Dunham, both of W Springfield, at Suffield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 29 May 1847, death, "Sackett, Clara, Norwich, wife of George, d. 22 May, age 23." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 4 Jun 1847, death, "Sackett, Clara, Norwich, wife of George, d. 22 May, age 22." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 29 Sep 1848, death, "Sackett, Frances Ann, Hartford, wife of Loren, d. 22 Sep, age 37." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 30 Sep 1848, death, "Sackett, Frances Ann (Mrs), Hartford, d. 22 Sep, age 37." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 26 May 1849, death, "Sackett, Jonathan, Milford, Rev. War, age 89." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 26 Oct 1849, marriage, "C R Sackett of Candor, NY, & Mary T Gilbert, of Hartford, daughter of Nathan, at Hartford, 23 Oct 1849." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 27 Oct 1849, marriage, "C R Sackett of Candor, Tioga Co, NY, & Mary T Gilbert, daughter of Nathan of Hartford, at Hartford, 23 Oct." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 27 Oct 1849, marriage, "C R Sackett of Candor, NY, & Mary T Gilbert, at Hartford." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 15 Jun 1850, marriage, "Joseph Sackett & Charlotte Cooper, both of North Haven, at New Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 21 Jun 1850, marriage, "Joseph Sackett & Charlotte Cooper, both of North Haven, at New Haven, 9 Jun 1850." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 1 Feb 1851, marriage, "Daniel H Thomas & Amanda T Sackett, at Bethany, 20 Jan." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 1 Feb 1851, marriage, "Daniel H Thomas & Amanda T Sackett, at Bethany." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 27 Sep 1851, death, "Sacket, Mary, Waterbury, age 84." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 27 Sep 1851, death, "Sacket, Mary (Mrs), Waterbury, 13 Sep, age 84." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 22 May 1852, death, "Sacket, Betsey (Mrs), Charlestown, Ohio, 15 Feb, age 82." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 5 Feb 1853, death, "Sackett, Lorenzo, North Haven, age 32." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 12 Feb 1853, death, "Sackett, Lorenzo, North Haven, d. 24 Jan, age 32." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 25 Mar 1853, death, "Sackett, Philena E, Avon, wife of Joseph, d. 13 Mar, age 37." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 9 Apr 1853, death, "Sacket, Philena E, Avon, wife of Joseph, 13 Mar, age 37." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 29 Oct 1853, marriage, "Ammi Sackett & Lucretia Cooper, both of North Haven, at N.Y." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 25 Feb 1854, marriage, "Henry A Mansfield & Betsey A Sackett, at New Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 25 Feb 1854, marriage, "Henry A Mansfield & Betsey A Sackett, at New Haven, 20 Feb." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 4 Jan 1855, marriage, "By Rev A Berky, on the evening of December 24th, Casper Korb to Margaret Sackett, both of this City." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 13 Jan 1855, marriage, "John L Cooke, of Hartford, & Ann F Sackett, daughter of Martin, at Westfield, 3 Jan." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, 29 Mar 1855, marriage, "In East Brooklyn, on the 22nd inst., by the Rev. Mr. Meeker, John Jay Bell of Darien, Conn. to Mrs. Harriet Sacket." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 20 Oct 1855, death, "Sackett, Martha E, Oxford, 2 yrs 11 mos." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 20 Oct 1855, death, "Sackett, Mary Anne, Oxford, 2 yrs 11 mos." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 20 Oct 1855, death, "Sackett, Annis E, Oxford, age 44." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 26 Apr 1856, death, "Sackett, Daniel, No. Haven, d. 7 Apr 1856, age 73." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 2 Oct 1858, death, "Sackett, Lucretia C, North Haven, wife of Ammi, d. 29 Sep, age 49." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 16 Oct 1858, death, "Sackett, Lucretia C, North Haven, wife of Ammi, d. 29 Sep, age 38 (The above appears in issue of Oct. 2nd, giving age as 49. The "Courier" gives the age as 49)." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions, inc. note re age]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 19 May 1860, death, "Sackett, Emily C, Hartford, daughter of Edward & Mary C, d. 11 May, age 2." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • The Hartford Times, Connecticut, 6 Oct 1860, marriage, "Charles S Daniels, of Memphis, Tenn, & Sarah J Sackett, formerly of Hartford, at Jacksonville, Ill, 24 Sep." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 12 Oct 1860, marriage, "Charles S Daniels, of Memphis, Tenn, & Sarah Sackett, formerly of Hartford, at Jacksonville, Ill, 24 Sep 1860." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 18 Jan 1861, marriage, "James A Hopkins & Mary J Sackett, both of Williamsville, at Williamsville, NY, on 6 Dec 1860." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 16 Nov 1861, marriage, "Horace R Tolles, of Farmington, & Lucinda L Sackett, of Woodbridge, at West Haven, 12 Nov." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 20 Dec 1861, marriage, "5 Dec 1861, at North Haven, Charles Barns & Ellen W Sackett, dau of Dea H Sackett, both of North Haven." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 6 Sep 1862, marriage, "Remus T Ford, of Washington, & Helen S Sackett, at Warren, 19 Aug." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 13 Sep 1862, marriage, "Seth Woodward, & Nellie J Sackett, of Bethany, daughter of Mrs Noyes Hotchkiss of Bethany, at Bethany, 24 Aug." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 25 Dec 1863, marriage, "Julius Y Beach & Lucy B Sackett, both of North Hhaven, at North Haven, 20 Dec 1863." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 18 Jun 1864, death, "Sackett, Lois, New Haven, d. 13 Jun, age 64." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 24 Sep 1864, marriage, "Lt Edward Bliss, of Hartford, & Mrs Annie S Sackett, of Portsmouth, Va, at Springfield." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Christian Secretary, Connecticut, 1 Feb 1865, death, "Sackett, Harriet, Wethersfield, d. 26 Jan, age 63." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • New Haven Columbian Register, Connecticut, 27 May 1865, marriage, "Milan Northrup & Eunicia Sackett, both of Waterbury, at Waterbury, 3 May." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 9 Mar 1885, death, "Sackett, Maj. Delos B, d. 8 Mar 1885." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 21 Dec 1893, death, "Sackett, Dr Solon P, d. 18 Dec 1893." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 7 Sep 1895, death, "Sackett, Mr W A, d. 6 Sep 1895." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 23 Jul 1896, death, "Sackett, Alonzo F, d. 23 Jul 1896." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 19 Aug 1896, death, "Sackett, Obadiah, d. 18 Aug 1896." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 4 Mar 1897, death, "Sackett, Justin, d. 3 Mar 1897." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 10 Oct 1913, death, "Sackett, Gen Frederick M, d. 9 Oct 1913." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 14 Feb 1928, death, "Sackett, Edward I, d. 14 Feb 1928." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Boston Transcript, Massachusetts, 16 Jul 1930, death, "Sackett, Fred S, d. 14 Jul 1930." [American Antiquarian Society, Newspaper Extractions]
  • Aberdeen Press and Journal, Scotland, 24 May 1938, p 5
    Leonard Sackett, 33, of Lurgan Avenue, Fulham, W.1, was about to enter West London Hospital for an X-ray examination when he was knocked down and killed by a bus.
    [FindMyPast, British Newspapers Collection. Digital image. Researched by Chris Sackett.]
  • The Salt Lake Tribune, 5 Aug 1973, p C23
    Orel Don Sackett
    OREM – Orel Don Sackett, 71, died Aug. 4 in a Provo hospital of natural causes.
    Born March 28, 1902, in Brigham City to Samuel Arthur and Mary Peterson Sackett. Married Ruby Wright, 1927. She died in 1931. Married Leola Kohler, Noveber, 1933, in Salt Lake City. Marriage later solemnized in Salt Lake Temple. Employee of Geneva Plant of U.S. Steel 22 years. High priest.
    Survivors: widow, son, daughters; Ervin, Mrs. John (Marie) Carr, bothe Granger; Mrs. Joet (Ruby) Salazar, Taylorsville; Mrs. Merrill (Louise) Nelson, Hunter; brothers, sisters, Orvil, William, Mrs. Henry O. (Ella) Jonson, all Brigham City; Mrs. Julia Jones, Orem; Mrs. Theron (Ruby) Ockey, Salt Lake City; 19 grandchildren.
    Funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., Orem 43rd Ward Chapel, 1090 N. 400 East, Friends Call Sundberg Otpin Mortuary Monday 7–9 p.m. and at church Tuesday hour before service. Burial Charleston, Wasatch County, Cemetery.
    [Transcribed from Find A Grave image by Chris Sackett]

ADDED AUGUST 2019

  • Dayton Daily News, Dayton, Ohio, 7 Feb 1996, p 14
    "Deaths and Funerals
    Darke County
    Sackett, Robert F., 69, of 1009 Washington Ave., Greenville, Tuesday. (Zechar Bailey, Greenville)"
    [Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Early Bird, Greenville, Ohio, 5 Aug 2019
    Sackett, Bill L.
    Bill L. Sackett, 86, of Greenville and formerly of Okeana, passed away at 4:59 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019, at Brookdale of Greenville.
    Bill was born Aug. 21, 1932, in Darke County to the late Charles A. & Mildred (Routson) Sackett. In addition to his parents, Bill was also preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn M. (Haag) Sackett; step-grandson, Chad A. Fisherback; sisters and brothers-in-law Mary Lou and Dale Marker and Katherine and Jack Powell; and brothers and sister-in-law Bob and Eleanor Sackett and Charlie Sackett.
    Bill is survived by his son & daughter-in-law, Tim & Tammy Sackett of Greenville; step-grandson, Mitchell J. Fisherback; sister-in-law Patricia Sackett of Greenville and numerous nieces and nephews.
    Bill served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War in which he was awarded a Bronze Star Medal with “V” Pendant; Korean Service Medal with 2 Bronze Service Stars; Combat Infantry Badge; National Defense Service Medal; United Nations Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal. Bill retired in 1988 from the City of Hamilton Utility Department after 33 years of service. He enjoyed deer hunting, fishing, sprint car races and golfing. Bill will be forever remembered for his love of children, animals and handing out $2 bills.
    A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019, at Zechar Bailey Funeral Home in Greenville with Rev. Dr. Fred Bernhard officiating and full military honors conducted by the Greenville Veteran’s Honor Guard. A graveside service at 1 p.m. will follow in College Corner Cemetery, West College Corner, Ind. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. and Wednesday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Darke County Animal Shelter. Condolences for the family may be expressed through www.zecharbailey.com.
    [Transcribed from The Early Bird online edition by Chris Sackett]