MERCHANT, b. abt. 1825, d. Apr. 17, 1861; m. G. W. Remington.
7463. Pauline Merchant.
Children of William and Nancy Fink Merchant.
7465. Helen Merchant.
7466. Fannie Merchant.
7467. Jerome Merchant.
7468. Lansing Merchant.
4306. CHLOE SACKETT MERCHANT, 1804-1880, daughter of Truman and (1710) Margaret Sackett Merchant, was married, Feb. 26, 1823, to ASAPH HALL, 1801-1836.
Hall, b. May 3, 1824; m. Geo. W. Shapley.
7470. Betsey Hall, b. Jan. 9, 1827, d. July 20, 1843.
7471. Mary Jane Hall, b. Sept. 16, 1832; m. Geo. Washington Thomas.
7472. Charles T. Hall, 1829-1855; m. Lucy Brandt.
7473. T. W. Hall, b. June 6, 1835; d. Apr. 25, 1873; m. Harriet Beeler.
4323. DENNIS SACKETT, 1805-1856, of Steuben Co., N. Y., and Wayne Co., Mich., son of (1714) Simon and Hannah Woodard Sackett, was married, Sept. 7, 1826, to SARAH ANN PLEAS, 1804-1855, daughter of OBADIAH J. PLEAS and his wife ISABELLE HUSTED, of Saratoga Co., N. Y. He was by occupation a farmer. In 1829, he, with his father-in-law, settled at Redford, Wayne Co., Mich., and at one time conducted a saw mill at Dearborn, in same county. At the breaking out of the "California gold fever" in 1849, he determined to try his fortune as a gold hunter, and accordingly joined a company that journeyed on foot over the intervening country to the gold fields, where he located a claim. But he soon tired of the rough life of the miners' camp, and abandoning his claim made his way back to his home in Wayne County, Mich., where he died in January, 1856, and was buried by the side of his wife, who had died the previous month.
A. SACKETT, b. June 11, 1827; m. Sarah A. Coon.
7475. HELEN ISABELLE SACKETT, b. Apr. 5, 1829, d. in 1901; m. Silas H. Avery.
7476. Almira Sackett, b. Jan. 11, 1831, d. Apr. 12, 1832.
7477. Mary A. Sackett, b. July 7, 1833.
4351. ADELBERT DARWIN SACKETT, 1841-, of Windsor, Ohio, son of (1744) Guy and Julia Adams Sackett, was married, July 7, 1865, to JULIA GRIFFIN, of Kingsville, O., who died June 20, 1878. On Mar. 17, 1880, he was married to EUNICE NORTHROP, of Austinburg, Ohio. In 1907 he resided at Gustavus, Ohio.
7520. SUSAN R. SACKETT, b.
Jan. 20, 1867; m. James T. Craig.
7521. ALBERT A. SACKETT, b. Mar. 20, 1869, d. Mar. 13, 1876.
7521a. ARCHIE A. SACKETT, b. Mar. 4, 1871, d. June 25, 1898.
7521b. BERTHA V. SACKETT, b. Oct. 2, 1876; m. Orean C. Galoway.
7521c. JULIA SACKETT, b. June 20, 1878; of Windsor, O.
4353. HANNAH RUANEY SACKETT, 1831-1889, daughter of (1748) Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Oct. 4, 1855, by Rev. William Sampson, to ALBERT CRAWFORD BRIGHAM, of Trumbull, Ashtabula County, O.
7522. Frederick Erwin Brigham,
b. Oct. 10, 1856; m. Hattie Crandall.
7522a. Henry Albert Brigham, b. Sept. 10, 1861, d. Oct. 31, 1875.
4354. ORSEMUS MARVIN SACKETT, 1833-1882, of Windsor, Ashtabula County, O., son of (1748) Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Oct. 31, 1855, by Rev. Nelson Shelmadine, to HARRIET M. ZIELIE, 1831-, of Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.
4355. MARY AUGUSTA SACKETT, 1840-, daughter of (1748) Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Sept. 14, 1865, to CORVUS J. GRAY, of Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, by Rev. C. R. Chapman.
7523a. Lysle Eugene Gray,
b. Aug. 4, 1871; m. Mattie L. Phelps.
7523b. Merle Ozill Gray, b. Nov. 14, 1879; m. Harriet M. Astram.
4356. LUCY EMERETTE SACKETT, 1845-, daughter of (1748) Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Mar. 27, 1879, to LEROY A. SIMMONS, of Windsor, O., and Alma, Harlan County, Neb., where they were residing in 1905. So far as known to the writer they have no children.
FREDERICK GLEASON SACKETT, 1847-, of Ashtabula County, O., San
Francisco, Cal., and Clarion County, Pa., son of (1748)
Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Oct. 2, 1877, by
Rev. J. S. Elder, to IDA A. HESS, daughter of M. E. HESS,
of Edinburg, Clarion County, Pa.
In 1869, Mr. Sackett made a trip to California and remained on the Pacific coast for about 7 years, when he returned to his old home at Windsor, Ohio; but after a short sojourn there engaged in oil producing, mainly in Clarion County, Penn., a business in which he was yet engaged in 1903. It is said that he is a part owner in fee or leasehold of many extensive tracts near Oil City, in which vicinity he has located and drilled no less than 27 wells in succession without striking a single "dry hole."
7525a. Volney Chace Sackett,
b. Sept. 14, 1878, d. July 26, 1895.
7525b. Leroy Hess Sackett, b. Mar. 2, 1885.
7525c. Eugene Frederick Sackett, b. Feb. 9, 1888.
7525d. May Belle Sackett, b. July 24, 1892.
4358. EMILY FRANCINA SACKETT, 1849, daughter of (1748) Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Oct. 8, 1878, by Rev. S. Collier, to JOHN N. LANDFEAR, ____-1884, of Garrettsville, Portage County, O. Several years later she was married to HENRY R. KNAPP, of Windsor, O. So far as known to the writer they have no children.
4359. JOHN FRANCIS SACKETT, 1856-, of Cincinnati, O., son of (1748) Chauncey and Sarah Gladdings Sackett, was married, Oct. 16, 1905,
to MAUD ARCHER, daughter of LAFAYETTE ARCHER and his wife LYDIA MARIA ERWIN.
4359a. J. SACKETT ALLING, merchant of New York City, son of Judge Asa Alling and  Cornelia Sackett, was married to ANNE E. BERTINE, daughter of PERRY BERTINE (or Berton), of Westchester County, N. Y.
7526. ASA ALLING, 1862-18__; was married to Louise Floyd.
4361. HON. LEONARD BARTON SACKETT, 1822-1906, son of (1751) Stephen Sackett and Rachel Barton, was married, May, 1854, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., by Rev. Samuel Buel, pastor of Christ Church, to CAROLINE BELINDA DAVIS, 1829-1863, daughter of JOHN DAVIS and his wife CAROLINE WILLIAMS. He was born in the town of Washington, Dutchess County, N. Y. He attended school at Amenia Academy and secured a classical education under a private tutor. He began the study of law at Pine Plains and in 1846 removed to Poughkeepsie and entered the law office of Tallman & Dean. In 1847 he was admitted to practice, and at about same time was appointed Surrogate's clerk. For a short time he was a law partner of Hon. Gilbert Dean, and shortly after the close of the Civil War formed a copartnership with General A. B. Smith, which continued for a period of twenty-five years, and during which they were connected with many prominent and several famous cases. For two terms he filled the responsible position of treasurer of Dutchess County, and for twelve years was a member of Board of Education of the City of Poughkeepsie, serving three years as its president. At one time he was the candidate of the Democratic party for County Judge, and at another for Mayor of the City of Poughkeepsie. For a decade previous to his death, Aug. 30, 1906, in the 85th year of his age, he lived in comparative retirement at his comfortable home, 45 Fifth Avenue, Poughkeepsie, which was presided over by his unmarried and accomplished daughters. The Poughkeepsie News-Press, of Sept. 3, referring to his character, says:
"In the death of Leonard B. Sackett, there passed from earth a man whose long life was a blessing to those who in
any way came near to him. He was an old time Democrat in politics. In these days reference to old time Democrats, or old time Republicans, means rather old time associates, old time friends, old time actors in public affairs. Mr. Sackett was an old time Democrat in a far broader sense than any reference to his political beliefs can signify. His was that democracy of character which marked the old time gentleman, whose abilities shone wherever he was, and whose courtesy was as uniform as it was charming. He was brave enough to have opinions and strong enough to defend, and stand up for them, be the storm against or with him. He was so kind as to make friends even with arguments against their cause. He was so plain in his life that pride of opinion, pride of position, pride in any undemocratic form was incompatable with his character.Children.
"Therefore it was that through all the four score years of his life, he was the genial friend, the sunny philosopher, the optimistic acquaintance, and the steady example of good living. He was as true to his friends as he was to himself, and it was not in his nature to betray either. His citizenship was lofty and his ideals pure. He was possessed of that precious wisdom which enables a man to grow old in peace and satisfaction. Prosperity could not mislead him, adversity could not change him. His family inherit the sweet memory of a devoted father in all that the word means. His friends inherit the example of a firm, true, useful life. His county has lost an intelligent, faithful son. His party has lost a devoted defender."
Caroline Virginia Sackett, b. Apr. 5, 1855, d. Oct. 10, 1873.
7527. Laura Davis Sackett, b. Jan. 19, 1859; resides at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
7527a. Stella Sackett, b. May 6, 1860; resides at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
4362. HIRAM BARTON SACKETT, 1824-, son of (1751) Stephen Sackett and Rachel Barton, was married April 18, 1866, to SARAH L. SMITH, daughter of HENRY SMITH and his wife ELEANOR. Mr. Sackett left the homestead farm at Stanford, Dutchess County, N. Y., on which he was born and reared, in April, 1849, and for ten
years was a resident of Irving, N. Y. In 1860, shortly after his marriage, he removed to Atchison, Kansas, and from there a few years later to Omaha, Neb., where he engaged in a banking business and ran a sheep ranch. From Omaha he went to Council Bluffs, Ia., where for 14 years he was engaged in a coal and flour business. From Council Bluffs he went to Chicago and engaged in the sale of coal dealers' supplies, a business in which he was successfully engaged in 1905.
B. SACKETT, b. Mar. 1, 1861; m. Clemence Parks.
7528a. Nellie R. Sackett, b. July 2, 1864.
7528b. Hoke Kenedy Sackett, b. Apr. 24, 1866, d. Oct. 14, 1868.
4363. MORGAN H. SACKETT, 1827-, of Fredonia, N. Y., son of (1751) Stephen Sackett and Rachel Barton, was married, Sept. 22, 1853, to MARY NEWTON, daughter of MILO NEWTON and his wife SARAH LOTHRIDGE.
G. SACKETT, b. Apr. 24, 1854; m. Frances A. Wilcox.
7530. FRANK L. SACKETT, b. July 31, 1857; m.  Sarah D. Corey.
7531. MINNIE R. SACKETT, b. Oct. 23, 1869; m. Charles O. Mason.
7532. MATTIE L. SACKETT, b. Feb. 6, 1871; m. Eugene G. Mason.
4365. EDWARD B. SACKETT, 1833-, of Dutchess County and Buffalo, N. Y., and of Chicago, Ill., son of (1751) Stephen Sackett and Rachel Barton, was married at Chicago, Ill., June 19, 1867, to ANNA K. HILL, daughter of HIRAM HILL and his wife CAROLINE.
7536. Barlow Hill Sackett, b. Dec. 13, 1882.
4369. CHARLES L. SACKETT, 1844-, of Dutchess County, N. Y., Chautauqua County, N. Y., and Lagrange, Ill., son of (1751) Stephen and Rachel Barton Sackett, was married, Feb. 8, 1872, at Chicago, Ill., to CLARA M. ADAMS, daughter of JOHN M. ADAMS and his wife ELIZA ZARILDA DRELAND. Mr. Sackett is now (1907) President of The Lagrange State Bank, Lagrange, Ill.
Vincent Sackett, b. Dec. 17, 1874.
7547. Arthur B. Sackett, b. June 15, 1877, d. Nov. 11, 1881.
7548. Margaret E. Sackett, b. Oct. 7, 1882.
7549. Charles Stanley Sackett, b. Apr. 24, 1887.
4372. JEHIAL SACKETT, 1825-1903, of Silver Creek, N. Y., son of (1753) Colonel Niram and Catherine Thorne Sackett, was married, July 3, 1865, to (4435) LAURA SACKETT.
7558. Isabelle Sackett, b.
Apr. 16, 1864; m. C. W. Stebbins.
7559. MARCUS J. SACKETT, b. Sept. 21, 1865; m. Susan M. Codling.
4373. JOHN ISAAC SACKETT, 1827-1897, of Buffalo, N. Y., son of (1753) Colonel Niram and Catherine Thorne Sackett, was married to HENRIETTA HARRISON. On Oct. 6, 1868, he was married to JANE WATT, daughter of JAMES WATT and his wife ELISABETH, STRACHAN.
7560. Cora Sackett, b. Sept.
7561. Sarah Sackett, b. Aug. 12, 1862; m. E. A. Sommer, M. D.
7562. Ida Thorn Sackett, b. Nov. 20, 1873; m. John Knighton.
4375. MARCUS SACKETT, 1830-, of Silver Creek, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., son of (1753) Colonel Niram and Catherine Thorn Sackett, was married, Jan. 16, 1857, to HENRIETTA SEAMAN, of New York City, daughter of JOHN N. SEAMAN and his wife SARAH A. MOTT, 18__-18__. His second wife was SUSAN MARGUERETE GRANDGERARD SLOAN, of Winnebago, Ill., widow of REV. S. P. SLOAN, and daughter of PHILIP GRANDGERARD and his wife CATHERINE PLANCON. His third wife was ANNIE SLOAN, widow of Joel Ainsworth, and daughter of JAMES SLOAN, of Sedalia, Mo., and his wife NANCY PANGBOURN.
Marcus Sackett was born at La Grange (now Irving), was educated at Fredonia Academy and at Albany Law School; was admitted to the bar at Albany in February, 1852; practiced law in Buffalo until 1861, went to New York City and there practiced from 1861
to 1881, when he gave up practice and moved to Buffalo. In 1884 he purchased what is now known as the Maple Lawn Farm, at Silver Creek, Chautauqua County, N. Y., on which he was residing in 1905.
7566. John Seaman Sackett,
b. June 13, 1858.
7567. Marguerite Sackett, b. Nov. 27, 1879.
4376. SAMANTHA SACKETT, 1832-1895, daughter of (1753) Colonel Niram and Catherine Thorn Sackett, was married, Aug. 8, 1861, to EDWARD R. STILES.
7568. Charles B. Stiles,
b. May 12, 1862.
7569. Gertrude Stiles, b. Feb. 9, 1864.
NIRAM SACKETT, 1835-1902, of Irving, N. Y., son of (1753)
Col. Niram Sackett and Catherine Thorn, was married, Sept. 28, 1865,
to ARVILLA L. BONNEY.
[*Number is 4377 on page 267.]
A. SACKETT, b. Aug. 7, 1867, d. in 1894; m. Leverett Manley.
7571. NIRAM B. SACKETT, b. Nov. 12, 1872; m. Jessie Bonney.
7572. Clough Sackett, died young.
7573. THORNE SACKETT, b. July, 1874; m. Josephine Burmaster.
7574. GRANGER SACKETT, b. March, 1881; m. Clara Burmaster.
4390. GUERNSEY SACKETT, 1833-1892, son of (1758) John T. and Maria L. Guernsey Sackett, was married, in 1859, to GERTRUDE R. BERTINE, 1836-1900. Guernsey Sackett was born in Ancram, Columbia County, N. Y. As a boy he worked on his father's farm in summer, and in the winter attended the district school, where he prepared himself for admission to seminary courses, which he pursued at Amenia and Casenovia. On completing his academic studies he spent two years in close application to the study of law in the office of Judge John L. Talcott, of Buffalo, N. Y. In 1856 he was admitted to the bar and went to Kansas. There he of necessity soon became involved and for about two years took an active part in the
so-called border troubles,
which were in reality but the skirmishes preparatory to the great civil
Returning to his native state he settled permanently in New York City, where in 1859 he married Gertrude R. Bertine, and for a third of a century practiced his profession with success. As head of the law firm of Sackett & Lang he was noted for his unswerving devotion to high principles in all the relations of life as well as for his professional ability. Mr. Sackett was possessed of a fine literary taste and was unusually familiar with the poets. As a matter of fact, he was himself a poet of no mean ability, and wrote many a graceful verse that found publication and was widely copied. At his death, which occurred May 6, 1892, he was a member of the Executive Committee of the Union League Club, a trustee of St. Catherine's Hall, a director of the Brooklyn Choral Society, a vestryman of the Church of the Reformation, an honorary member of the Brotherhood of St, Andrews, and an active member of Anglo Saxon Lodge, No. --, of Free and Accepted Masons.
7580. Mary Louise Sackett,
7581. John T. Sackett, b. in 1864; m. Lucia B. Reynolds.
7582. Fannie B. Sackett, b. in 1868.
4415. MARIAH CASE, daughter of Elias and (1768) Ann Sackett Case; was married to ALLEN WILEY.
7617. Sarah Wiley, died in
7618. Henrietta Wiley, died in infancy.
7619. William J. Wiley, m. Jennie Creed.
4416. ELIZA D. CASE, 1832-1872, daughter of Elias and (1768) Ann Sackett Case, was married, Dec. 16, 1851, to GEORGE F. BUTTS.
BUTTS, b. Oct. 2, 1852; m. Phebe D. Moshier.
7621. Charles H. Butts, b. Feb. 5, 1856; m. Cora E. Tripp.
7622. Elias N. Butts, b. Aug. 10, 1865, d. Nov. 20, 1899; unmarried.
4417. AMY A. CASE, daughter of Elias and (1768) Ann Sackett Case, was married to JOHN F. SCHULTZ. They resided in town of Stanford, Dutchess County, N. Y.
7623. Anna Shultz, m. William
(Several children died in childhood.)
4418. MARETTA CASE, daughter of Elias and (1768) Ann Sackett Case, was married to DUANE STORY, of Clinton, Dutchess County, N. Y.
7624. ELMER G. STORY, m.
Ella Butts. [No additional information on (7624)]
7625. Charles Story.
7626. John H. Story.
4419. ANN VERNA H. CASE, daughter of Elias and (1768) Ann Sackett Case, was married to HIRAM J. WING.
7627. De Linton Wing; unmarried.
4430. LEONARD SACKETT, of Maysville, N. Y., son of (1775) Nathan and Maria Wilson Sackett, was married to ORIE LANDON.
7645. Judson Sackett.
4439. WASHINGTON IRVING SACKETT, 18__-1891, of Smith's Mills, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., son of (1777) Theron Sackett, was married to MARIA NEVINS.
7660. Mary Sackett, m. Charles
7661. Glennie Sackett.
7662. Herbert L. Sackett.
4440. NORMAN A. SACKETT, of Hastings, Minn., son of (1777) Theron Sackett, was married, May 16, 1851, to MARY ELISABETH DEWEY, 1832.
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