William H. Hunt, b. Aug. 26, 1820. d. Apr. 12, 1882; m. Susan Sterges.
4994. Lucius O. Hunt, b. Nov. 8, 1821, d. July 11, 1886, m. Susan Dean.
4995. Emily S. Hunt, b. May 13, 1823; m. Franklin N. Smith.
4996. Horace S. Hunt, b. Mar. 17, 1825, d. Jan. 3, 1863; m. Ann E. Smith.
4997. Sarah A. Hunt, b. Jan. 9, 1827, d. May 14, 1882; m. Theo. B. Galation.
4998. Charles W. Hunt, b. Oct. 13, 1841; m. F. M. Bush and K. H. Humphrey.
4999. Laura Russ Hunt, b. Apr. 11, 1843, d. Nov. 11, 1854.
2243. William Henry Sackett, 1802-1878, of Elizabeth, N. J., son of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Waring [sic] Sackett, was married, Nov. 1, 1827, to Pluma Woodford, daughter of Ozias Woodford. On Apr. 18, 1867, he was married to his second wife, Mary Jane Payne Clark, of Newark, N. J.
5000. Orville L. Sackett,
b. Apr. 9, 1829, d. Apr. 27, 1829.
5001. Laura Sackett, b. Mar. 9, 1830, d. Aug. 28, 1830.
5002. Harriet A. Sackett, b. Jan. 30, 1832, d. Apr. 18, 1867.
5003. Nathaniel O. Sackett, b. July 26, 1834, d. in 1906; m. Phebe J. Dickerson.
5004. William F. Sackett, b. May 11, 1836. d. Oct. 23, 1857.
5005. Henry J. Sackett, b. Mar. 29, 1845, d. July 31, 1845.
5006. Florence Lylian Sackett, b. Sept. 15, 1868.
5007. Sarah Eloise Sackett, b. Sept. 9, 1870.
2244. Nathaniel Lord Sackett, 1804-1855, of Candor, N. Y., son of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Warren Sackett, was married in 1828, to Lucy Smith.
2245. Polly Theressa Sackett, 1807-1848, daughter of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Waring [sic] Sackett, was married to James Clark, of Ithaca, N. Y.
5008. Richard Clark, m. Loiuse
5009. Charles H. Clark, b. July 10, 1842, m. Annie Davison. [Page 396 has his number as 5009a.]
5010. Helen M. Clark, m. William W. Post.
5011. Thadius Warsaw Clark.
5011a. William Walter Clark.
5011b. John J. Clark.
5011c. Mary J. Clark.
2246. John James Sackett, 1809-1879, of Candor, N. Y., son of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Warren Sackett, was married to Adelaide Stanley, who died without issue. He married for his second wife, Fanny M. Talcott.
5011d. Albert T. Sackett,
b. Sept. 28, 1837.
5011e. George N. Sackett, b. in June 1839.
5011f. Fanny A. Sackett, b. June 27, 1841, d. Aug. 6, 1874.
5011g. John J. Sackett, b. Jan. 15, 1846, d. May 3, 1865.
5011h. Frederick N. Sackett, b. May 11, 1852.
2247. Sarah Warren Sackett, 1812-1886, daughter of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Warren Sackett, was married, Feb. 11, 1836, to Ira Keeler, a merchant of Candor, Tioga County, N. Y.
A. Keeler, b. Jan. 20, 1840, d. Nov. 6, 1876, m. W. C. Gridley.
5013. Geo. L. Keeler, b. May 1, 1842, d. 1906; m. Sarah H. Weed.
5014. Sarah Warren Keeler, b. May 3, 1844, d. Sept. 13, 1899.
5015. Mary A. Keeler, b. April 17, 1848, m. Wm. C. Gridley.
5016. Rosabella Keeler, b. Jan. 27, 1850.
5017. Laura R. Keeler, b. May 31, 1853, d. May 24, 1881, m. Philo Edson.
2248. Susan Mead Sackett, 1815-1874, daughter of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Warren Sackett, was married to Elias Richardson, 1802-1892, of Peoria, Ill.
5018. Margaret G. Richardson,
1840-1860, m. Franklin J. Crawford.
5019. William Nathl. Richardson, 1845-1883, m. Frances Graham.
5019a. Adell Richardson, b. July 21, 1849.
5019b. Sarah Eva Richardson, b. Aug. 18, 1856, d. Dec. 3, 1857.
2249. Rachel Hulda Sackett, 1817-1882, daughter of (840) Nathaniel and Sarah Warren Sackett, was married in November, 1841, to Robert E. Joslin, of Candor, N. Y.
5020. Frank Sackett Joslin,
b. Feb. 29, 1848, d. July 28, 1864.
5021. Frederica Tiffany Joslin, b. Oct. 27, 1844.
2341. William Edgar Sackett, 1823-1896, of Brooklyn, N. Y., son of (921) William H. Sackett and Alethea Higgins, was married, Mar. 3, 1847, to Josephine Findlay, 1826-1901, daughter of William Findlay and Alicia Van Buskirk.
Edgar Sackett, b. May 23, 1848, m. Edith Freeman.
5081. Washington Irving Sackett, b. Oct. 1849, d. Jan. 8, 1858.
5082. Josephine F. Sackett, b. Aug. 3, 1851, m. William J. Righter.
5083. Florence Sackett, b. May 1, 1853, residence in 1907 at Newark, N. J.
5084. Teressa Sackett, b. Dec. 20, 1854, resd. in 1907 at Parsippany, N. J.
5085. Louisa Sackett, b. Dec. 20, 1854, d. in August, 1855.
5086. Findlay Sackett, b. Mar. 12, 1856, resd. in 1907 at Brooklyn, N. Y.
5086a. Henry Sackett, b. Feb. 9, 1858, d. in September, 1888.
5087. Clarence Sackett, b. Feb. 22, 1860, m. Burd B. Livingston.
5088. Clara Sackett, b. Feb. 22, 1860, m. E. V. Randall.
5089. Eugenia Sackett, b. April 5, 1861, New York City.
5090. Eugene Sackett, b. Feb. 1869, d. in infancy.
2348. James Horton Sackett, 1837-1907, of New York City, and Brooklyn, N. Y., son of (922) James H. and Jerusha Post Sackett, was married to Emma Edwards, daughter of ______ Edwards and his wife Mary Thompson.
5091. James H. Sackett, died
5092. Charles A. Sackett, b. Oct. 10, 1864, m. Florence Roland.
2349. William Post Sackett, of New York City, son of (922) James H. and Jerusha Post Sackett, was married to Margarette Elizabeth Garner, daughter of Henry Garner and Elizabeth Scott Maken.
5093. Ada Parot Sackett,
June 20, 1853, d. Mar. 17, 1860.
5093a. Clara Van Buren Sackett, b. July 13, 1855, d. July 24, 1855.
5094. William Post Sackett, b. _____ , m. Marie Tilton Hubbard.
2397. General Rufus King, 1814-1879, son of (951) Hon. Charles and Eliza Gracie King, was married, Apr. 14, 1836, to Ellen Elliot, who died July 3, 1838. On Nov. 9, 1843, he was married to Susan Elliot, a sister of his first wife. Ellen and Susan Elliot were daughters of Robert Elliot, of Albany, N. Y., a lineal descendant of John Elliot, "the apostle, of the Indians."
General King, who was named for his illustrious grandfather, was born in New York City, and graduated at the United States Military Academy in 1833. He, however, did not long remain in the regular army, resigning Oct. 20, 1833, to accept an appointment as assistant engineer of Erie Railroad, a position which he held for several years. From 1839 to 1843 he was Adjutant General of the State of New York. While holding that office he was associate editor of The Albany Evening Journal, and from 1841 to 1845 of The Albany Advertiser. In the last mentioned year he removed to Wisconsin and became editor of The Milwaukee Sentinel, continuing as such to the year 1861. Meantime he was in 1849 a member of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, served as a member of the convention which framed the constitution of Wisconsin, and was a Regent of the State University.
On May 25, 1861, he was appointed by President Lincoln Minister to Rome, but on the 5th of August following resigned and offered his services in defense of the Union. He was promptly commissioned Brigadier General of Volunteers, and commanded a division at Fredericksburgh, Manassas, Yorktown, and on several other fields, remaining with the army until 1863, when he was reappointed Minister to Rome, continuing as such until 1867. His death occurred in New York City.
2405. Archabald Gracie King, 18__-18__, son of (952) Hon. James G. and Sarah Rogers Gacie King, was married to Elisabeth
Duer, daughter of William Alexander Duer (who was a midshipman under Decatur, student at law, member of State Assembly, Supreme Court Judge, and President of Columbia College) and granddaughter of Col. William Duer, Judge of County Court, member of Provisional Congress, member of General Committee of Safety, delegate to Continental Congress, member of State Legislature, and Asst. Secretary of Treasury under Alexander Hamilton. The wife of William Duer and grandmother of Mrs. King was Catherine Alexander, daughter of General William Alexander, claimant of the Scotch Earldom of Sterling.
2407. Frederica Gore King, 18__-18__, daughter of (952) Hon. James G. and Sarah Rogers Gracie King, was married, Nov. 19, 1857, to Hon. John C. Bancroft Davis, son of Hon. John Davis, of Northborough, Mass., who was a graduate of Yale, member of Congress, Governor of Massachusetts, and United States Senator. John C. Bancroft Davis graduated at Harvard in 1840, studied law, was Secretary of Legation at London 1849-53, Assistant Secretary of State under three appointments, American Correspondent of London Times, 1854-1861, member of New York Legislature 1868, agent U. S. Government before Geneva Court of Arbitration on Alabama Claims in 1871, Arbitrator of dispute between Great Britain and Portugal in 1873, a member and secretary of High Commission that concluded Treaty of Washington in 1871, Minister to Germany 1874-1877, Judge U. S. Court of Claims, 1878-1881, reporter U. S. Superior Court from 1883, and publisher of a considerable number of legal works.
2436. Louisa Anna Lawrence, daughter of Thomas and (973) Margaret Ireland Lawrence, was married to Bradish Johnson, a wealthy planter of Louisiana, whose principal place of residence was New York City.
5098. William M. Johnson, b. ____, who married Sallie E. Day.
2449. Emily Caroline Hughes, 1838-, daughter of David and (993) Charlotte Sackett Hughes, was married, Aug. 29, 1869, to George
Steed, of Forest Dale, Lawrence County, O. Mr. Steed came to Ohio when about nine years of age. He participated as a Union soldier in the war for the preservation of the Union.
5100. Charity Clara Steed,
b. July 10, 1870, d. July 11, 1871.
5101. Lizzie Eureka Steed, b. Nov. 9, 1871.
5102. Charles Honshell Steed, b. April 10, 1873, m. Hattie Robinson.
5103. Missouri May Steed, b. Oct. 10, 1875, m. Clarence Briant.
5104. Jane Steed, b. April 29, 1877.
5105. Martha Allie Steed, b. June 19, 1879, d. Dec. 29, 1882.
2452. Henry McCoun Sackett, 1840-1862, of Newburgh, N. Y., only son of (997) Samuel B. Elisabeth Townsend McCoun Sackett, was at commencement of war for preservation of the Union, employed as a clerk on a passenger and freight barge plying between Newburgh, N. Y., and New York City. He enlisted, July 16, 1861, at Middletown Orange County, N. Y., in Co. "E," 56th Regt. N. Y. S. Vols., commanded by Capt. William J. Williams (a graduate of the West Point Military Academy), to serve 3 years. The records of his regiment show that on Sept. 1, following his enlistment, he was mustered as a sergeant of his company, and that on Dec. 1 of same year he was promoted to first sergeant. He was killed in action at Fair Oaks, May 3, 1862, and was buried where he fell, in the same grove with his captain, who was killed at same time.
2454. Charlotte Sackett, 1849-1905, daughter of (997) Samuel B. Elisabeth Townsend McCoun Sackett, was married to Charles H. Weygant, of Newburgh, N. Y., son of James Weygant and his wife Mary Mapes. C. H. Weygant was born at Cornwall, N. Y., and removed with his parents to Newburgh, N. Y., when about eight years of age. He attended the Newburgh grammar schools and Academy, and at the outbreak of the Civil War was preparing for college at Claverack Collegiate Institute. But instead of carrying out his plans in that direction he raised a company of volunteers for the 124th N. Y. Infantry Regiment, and on the 5th of Sept., 1862, was mustered into the United States service with that organization and served with it to the end of the war, filling successively the grades of Captain, Major, Lieutnant-Colonel and Colonel. He
was slightly wounded in the head while in command of his company at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; received a severe flesh wound in the leg while commanding regiment in charge at Spottsylvania, May 12, 1864, and was shot through body commanding 124th N. Y. Vols. and Berdan's 2nd Regiment of Sharpshooters while in the act of forming them for a charge at battle of Boydton Road, Oct. 22, 1864. After participating in over a score of battles and witnessing the surrender of Lee's army at Appomattox, he was permitted, by special order of Secretary of War, to take his regiment back to Orange County and disband it at Washington's Headquarters at Newburgh, N. Y. Since the war he has served one year in the Newburgh City Board of Education, three years as Sheriff of Orange County, two years as Mayor of the City of Newburgh, and five years in the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
5107. Bessie Weygant.
2471. Margaret J. Williamson, 1827-, daughter of George P. and (1002) Elmira E. Sackett Williamson, was married to George Moore.
5130. Nathaniel Moore.
5131. Maria Moore, m. ______ Snelling.
2510. William Henry Robbins, 18__-18__, of Westchester County, N. Y., New City and New London, Conn., son of John and (1020) Sarah Mead Robbins, was married at New London to Abby Kimball Lyman, daughter of James Bloyd Lyman and his wife Abigail Holt Kimball. They had several children, but record has been secured of but one, a
5200. Sarah L. Robbins. [Weygant has another No. 5200 on page 302.]
2513. James Henry Sedgwick, 18__-1872, of Utica, N. Y., son of (1028) Henry J. and Lucinda Snow Sedgwick, was married to Mary B. McCarthy. He married as his second wife, Hattie Warwick, daughter of L. A. Warwick. We have record of but one of his
5236. John B. Sedgwick.
2515. Ellen S. Sedgwick, 1845-, daughter of (1030) Charles B. and Ellen C. Smith Sedgwick, was married, June 19, 186_, to Osgood Vose Tracy, of Syracuse, N. Y. son of James Grant Tracy, of Syracuse, N. Y., and his wife Sarah Osgood.
2516. Charles Hamilton Sedgwick, 18__-, of Detroit, Mich., son of (1030) Charles B. and Ellen C. Smith Sedgwick, was married, Feb. 15, 1871, to Marcia Fenton, 18__-1892, daughter of Elijah Pearl Fenton and his wife Lucia Maria Cobb, of Syracuse, N. Y. On Sept. 22, 1900, he was married to D. Caroline Ferguson, daughter of Nathan Ferguson and his wife Sarah Johnson of Little Utica, N. Y.
5254. Elisabeth F. Sedgwick,
b. Nov. 29, 1871, m. Charles G. Herbert.
5255. Theodora Sedgwick, b. June 28, 1873.
5256. Charles Baldwin Sedgwick, b. Dec. 12, 1876, d. Dec. 4, 1898.
5257. May E. Sedgwick, b. Sept. 24, 1881, m. Henry M. Lockwood.
5258. Lucia M. Sedgwick, b. Sept. 24, 1881, m. Henry M. Lockwood.
2517. Anna Baldwin Sedgwick, 1848-, daughter of (1030) Charles B. and Deborah W. Gannett Sedgwick, was married, June 5, 1875, to Joseph Lyman Silsbee, of Salem, Mass., son of William Silsbee and his wife Charlotte Lyman, of Northampton, Mass.
5259. Charlotte S. Silsbee,
b. April 9, 1876, m. Francis Drexel Smith.
5260. Margaret B. Silsbee, b. Oct. 19, 1877, m. Frank E. Wade.
5261. Joseph L. Silsbee, b. June 16, 1878.
5262. Ralph Silsbee, b. Jan. 7, 1881.
5263. Gladys Silsbee, b. Oct. 9, 1885.
5264. Anna S. Silsbee, b. Aug. 7, 1887.
5265. Deborah G. Silsbee, b. Nov. 10, 1890.
2518. Sarah White Sedgwick, 1853-, daughter of (1030) Charles B. and Deborah W. Gannett Sedgwick, was married, May 16, 1878, to John L. King, son of John Lord King, and his wife Caroline Harding, of Springfield, Mass.
King, b. Mar. 11, 1879, m. Alexander D. Jenney.
5268. Charles H. King, b. Aug. 31, 1880.
2520. Catherine Maria Sedgwick, 1856-, daughter of (1030) Charles B. and Deborah W. Gannett Sedgwick, was married, May 24, 1879, to Walter Angell Burlingame, 1851-, of Syracuse, N. Y., son of Hon. Anson Burlingame and his wife Jane C. Livermore, of Cambridge, Mass.
5269. Bruce Sedgwick Bulingame,
b. Mar. 27, 1880.
5270. Rodrick Sedgwick Burlingame, b. Sept. 19, 1882.
5271. Geoffrey Gorton Burlingame, b. Aug. 24, 1885.
2521. Dora Gannett Sedgwick, 1864-, daughter of (1030) Charles B. and Deborah W. Gannett Sedgwick, was married, May 29, 1886, to Frederick Rowland Hazard, of Syracuse, N. Y., son of Rowland Hazard and Margaret Rood, of Peace Dale, R. I. Frederick Rowland Hazard and his wife Dora Gannett Sedgwick are both lineal descendants of the colonist Thomas Hazard, who came from Wales to Boston in 1635, bringing with him his wife Martha and their son Robert, aged about 4 years. This Thomas Hazard was, on May 25, 1636, admitted to freemanship at Boston, but previous to 1640 removed to Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and there engaged in boat and ship building. In 1652 he evidently turned over the immediate management of this business to his son Robert Hazard and removed with the remaining members of his family to Newtown, Long Island, of which settlement he was one of the founders and for several years a magistrate. He, however, made frequent and sometimes prolonged return visits to Portsmouth and died there in 1669. In his will he mentions his wife Martha, his children Robert, Elisabeth, wife of George Laighton, Hannah, wife of Stephen Wil-
cox, Martha, wife of Ichabod Potter, and his grandson, Thomas Hazard; but makes no mention of his son Jonathan, to whom several years previous to his death he had conveyed the larger part of his Newtown Estate, and who was the father of his said grandson Thomas. This Jonathan Hazard was the father also of Nathaniel Hazard, whose daughter Hannah became the wife of (32) Nathaniel Samuel Sackett. The following is F. R. Hazard's ancestral line:
Gen. I. Thomas Hazard,
b. about 1600, d. 1669, m. in Wales, Martha _____.
Gen. II. Robert Hazard, b. about 1630, d. at Portsmouth, R. I.
Gen. III. Robert Hazard, Jr., b. about 1660, d. at Portsmouth, R. I.
Gen. IV. Thomas Hazard, b. about 1690, m. Elizabeth ______.
Gen. V. Benjamin Hazard, b. about 1717, m. Sept. 13, 1730, Mahitabel Redwood.
Gen. VI. Jonathan N. Hazard, b. Aug. 23, 1740, of Newport, R. I., m. Mary Congdon.
Gen. VII. Rowland Hazard, of South Kingston, R. I., d. Apr. 20, 1838, b. Mary Peace.
Gen. VIII. Rowland G. Hazard, of Peace Dale, R. I., m. Caroline Newbold.
Gen. IX. Rowland Hazard, of Peace Dale, R. I., m. Margaret R. Hazard.
Gen. X. Frederick R. Hazard, of Syracuse, N. Y., m. (2521) Dora G. Sedgwick,
and they were the parents of the following named:
Dorothy Hazard, b. May 21, 1887.
5273. Sarah S. Hazard, b. Aug. 2, 1889.
5274. Katherine Hazard, b. Nov. 7, 1890.
5275. Frederick R. Hazard, Dec. 19, 1891.
5276. Robert S. Hazard, b. Feb. 17, 1895.
2524. Anne Clark Hastings, 1850-, daughter of Francis H. and (1033) Almelia Hannah Gott Hastings, was married, June 12, 1884, to Frederick E. Gott, of Ogden, N. Y., son of Samuel Gott and his wife Chloe Gilman, of Ogden, N. Y.
5277. Francis Hastings Gott, b. Oct. 23, 1886.
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