After the death of his father in 1659 his childhood home appears to have been with the family of his grandfather Bloomfield. From early manhood to old age he was a resident of Newtown , Long Island, N.Y., where for many years he was a member "in full communion" and office bearer in the Presbyterian Church. His name appears frequently in lists of Road Commissioners, A ssessors, Collectors and Supervisors of his town. The Colonial and Documentary Histories of New York show that he was commissioned by successive Governors of the Colony as Ensign, Lieutenant and Captain of Long Island troops. His name is also to be found in lists of recipients of Royal Patents or land grants, and of commissioners selected and appointed to adjust town and county boundary disputes, so prevalent and troublesome in the early history of New York and Connecticut.Joseph married (1) Elizabeth Betts-7sp1 daughter of Richard Betts.
When in 1711 Capt. Joseph Sackett and Mercy Whitehead (Betts) were married, the former was 55 years of age and had 10 children, while the latter was about 48 years of age and had 9 children. These, with their son Samuel, born to them in 1712, made an even score. Sixteen of the number married and had children, and nearly all the sons as well as the husbands of the daughters became men of prominence in their day and generation; while among their descendants have been Governors of States, Cabinet Officers, Bishops, Authors of note, Judges, Generals and Ministers of the United States to the principal Courts of Europe.
Capt. Joseph Sackett's will, dated September 20, 1719, and admitted to probate December 22 following, is witnessed by Nathaniel Woodward and Peter Berrian. It reads as follows:
"In the name of God Amen. I Joseph Sackett of Newtown, in Queens County, being sick and weak . * * * I leave to my wife Mercy the use of all lands and meadows which I leave to my son Samuel, until he comes of age, and all the wearables she brought with her when married, and Đ30 , and 2 cows and some young cattle.
I leave to my son Joseph a certain lot of land and meadow bounded west by the land of Thomas Betts, north by the middle ditch, east by the land of Joshua Hunt, and north by the road. And he shall pay to my daughter Sarah, alias Moore, Đ10.
I leave to my children Joseph, Richard, John, William, Samuel, Sarah Moore, Abigail Alsom and Patience Sackett and the children of my daughter Elizabeth deceased, all my land and meadows at Hopwwell and Maidenhead in Huntingdon County, New Jersey, my son Joseph to have a double share.
I leave to my son John a certain lot of land and meadow adjoining the narrow passage running eastward, adjoining the land of Joseph Hollett and Joseph Moore and running due eastward to a ditch and piece of meadow that was formerly Samuel Moore's, and south easterly 'till it meets a small ditch that joins a fence running southerly to the road that leads to Hellgate Neck. Also another lot lying on the south side of said road that leads along by Newtown Spring to the Kills and the land of John Sanders.
I leave my son William a lot of land with the house and buildings lying on the south side of the road, bounded east by the land of John Wright and Thomas Hunt, south by the meadow ditch, west by the land of Widow Moore and the piece hereinafter devised to Samuel Sackett. Also 3 lots of land. The first bounded west and north by land of Job Wright, east by land of Nathaniel Woodward, and south by the road. The second being the lot called the Old lot, bounded west by the land of William Moore, north by land of Peter Barren * * * and south by the highway. The third lot being upland and meadow, bounded northwesterly by the middle ditch , north by Thomas Stephenson, southeast by the highway and lying near the house of Benjamin Cornish. Also another lot of land and meadow, beginning at a certain road that leads by the side of the house of John Sackett going down the east side of cleared land as the fence now stands to a certain ditch, and all the land and meadow that lies east of it, belonging to me.
I leave to my son Samuel all my manshon where I now dwell, with all the buildings, and the lot of land and garden and orchards, and all that land that I had of my uncle Daniel Bloomfield joining my said land near the * * * and westward to the land of Nathaniel Woodward. Also a lot of land over against my said land being ten rods wide and running down to a small ditch in the meadows bounded west by land of said Woodward and the Widow Moore. Also another lot of land and meadow lying at the end of said town, bounded on two sides by a highway, and on the other two sides by the land of Benjamin Moore and George Reynolds.
I leave to my sons William and Samuel a certain lot of land lying at a certain swamp called Juniper Swamp, bounded east by the highway, north by land that was Edward Hunt's and George Brinkerhoff's, west by land that was Edward Hunt's. I leave to my sons John, William and Samuel all my upland and meadow lying between the land of _______ Field and Flushing Creek, near the head thereof.
I leave to my son John the time Hugh McCarty has to live with me by his indenture.
I leave to my son William and my daughter Patience each a bed. I leave the rest of my personal property to my children William, Patience, Richard, Sarah, Joseph, Anne Moore and Abigail Alsop. I make my sons Joseph and William executors.
Joseph Sackett (s)
[Weygant p. 16, 20-24]
They had the following children:
Joseph married (2) Mercy Whitehead-7sp3 daughter of Daniel Whitehead and Abigail Stephenson in 1711. Mercy was born about 1663. She died after 1719.
+ 46 M i Simon Sackett-22 + 47 M ii Joseph Sackett Judge-23 + 48 F iii Anne Sackett-24 + 49 F iv Elizabeth Sackett-25 + 50 M v Rev. Richard Sackett-26 + 51 M vi John Sackett-27 + 52 F vii Sarah Sackett-28 + 53 F viii Abigail Sackett-29 54 M ix William Sackett-30 was born in 1696. He died on 29 Aug 1761.
William Sackett, 1691-1761, of Newtown, L. I. was married, in 1727, to Mrs Mary Janes. He died without issue. Much of his time and attention was given to agricultural pursuits. He, however, served several years in the magistracy. By his will he conveyed his homestead at Newtown to Dr. Jacob Ogden, and the residue of his estate, including several slaves, to his nephews, Samuel and John Moore, sons of his sister Anna and to Joseph Lawrence, the husband of his niece, Patience, the sister of said nephews. Dr. Ogden deeded to the church at Newtown the property willed to him by William Sackett. It had evidently, says Riker, been left to him in trust for that purpose. These premises now (1907) contain, with other buildings, the Episcopal parsonage house and a new church.
William married Mary Janes Mrs.-30sp in 1727. + 55 F x Patience Sackett-31
Daniel Whitehead, 1603-1668, the grandfather of Mercy Whitehead, the third wife of Capt.Joseph and Mercy had the following children:
Joseph Sackett, was the founder of the Long Island branch of the Whitehead family. He came to New England with the early colonists and migrated to Long Island, N. Y., during, or previous to the year 1647, under which date his name appears amount the proprietors of Hempstead. In 1650 he purchased land in Smithtown, and later, in Oyster Bay, in Huntington, and on Lloyds Neck,. Riker says that "he located at Mespot Kills, was a reputable citizen and one of the seven persons to whom the first Newtown Patent was granted." He was chosen a town surveyor in 1668 and died on his farm at Mespot Kills in November of that year. He was at the time of his death one of the two Overseers, or Chief Magistrates of the town.
Major Daniel Whitehead, son of above and father of Mercy Whitehead (Betts) Sackett, was married to Abigail Stephenson, daughter of Thomas Stephenson, and settled in Jamaica, of which town he was one of the patentees. According to local historians he was a man of enterprise and wealth. Politically he was a Jacobite. The ancient records show that he was a magistrate, a member of the committee of safety, a representative in the Colonial Assembly and a trustee of the parish church. His will, dated November 13, 1703, and proved October 30, 1704, disposes of land in Jamaica, Hempstead, Oyster Bay, Flushing, Orange County and Suffolk County, all in the Colony of New York.
In the list of grievances enumerated in the historic anonymous pamphlet published in New York and republished in London in 1700, attacking Leysler.s administration, the following appears :
"On the 13th of January this usurper Leysler, sends under the command of Lieut. Churchill twe nty soldiers over to Long Island, the next day they come to Jamaica, where they in a violen t manner by force of arms broke open the house of Mr. Daniel Whitehead, one of his Majestie s Justices of the Peace appointed by our Governor Sir Edward Andros, and being entered into t he house they in like manner aforesaid broke open several chests and boxes, but found not wha t they looked for and so returned the next day without doing any more mischief as we yet hea r of."
On May 19th following, Stephen Van Cortlandt, Mayor of New York, in writing to Sir Edward Andres an account of the progress of the Leysler revolution mentions the fact that he, with Captain Jackson, Daniel Whitehead and several others had been obliged to "flye from their homes to escape imprisonment at the hands of Leisler."
33. John Sacket-8 (John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 4 Nov 1660 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA.. He died on 20 Dec 1745 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.
+ 56 M xi Samuel Sackett-32
John married (1) Deborah Filley-8sp1 daughter of William Filley and Margaret on 1 Dec 1686 in Westfield, Northampton Co., MA.. Deborah was born in 1661. She died in 1701 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA..
They had the following children:
John married (2) Mahitable Danks-8sp2 daughter of Robert Danks and Elizabeth Swift on 17 May 1702 in Westfield, Northampton Co., MA.. Mahitable died in Nov 1744 in Westfield, Hampden, MA..
+ 57 M i John Sacket-33 + 58 F ii Abigail Sacket-34 + 59 M iii Daniel Sacket-35 60 M iv David Sacket-36 was born on 7 Jul 1696.
Child of DAVID SACKETT, 36 is: i. ?7 SACKETT, 36A, b. Bet. 1717 - 1746.
+ 61 M v Benjamin Sacket-37 62 F vi Deborah Sacket-38 was born on 16 Nov 1701.
widow of John HarrisJohn and Mahitable had the following children:
34. William Sacket-9 (John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 20 Apr 1662 in Northfield, Northampton Co., MA.. He died on 28 Mar 1700 in Near Deerfield, MA.
+ 63 M vii Isaac Sacket-39 64 M viii Ezra Sacket-40 was born in 1704. He died on 13 May 1706. 65 M ix Israel Sacket-41 was born on 6 Mar 1705/1706 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.. He died in 1786.
of Westfield, Mass.
Weygant has (185) Asher Sacket b. 1748 listed as the only child of (41) Israel Sacket and an unnamed spouse. However, the Westfield Records show that Asher Sacket b. 13 Feb 1748 was a son of (35) Daniel Sacket and his wife Mary Weller and a twin brother to (171) Gad Sacket. (185) Asher Sacket has been moved over to the family of (35) Daniel Sacket.
There seem to be no records for (41) Israel Sacket beyond his birth record. 1786, the year given for his death, is the same as the year given for the death of (170) Israel Sacket, son of (35) Daniel Sacket.
+ 66 M x Eliakim Sacket-42 67 F xi Mary Sacket-43 was born on 5 Mar 1714/1715. Mary married Abraham Miller on 23 Jan 1740/1741.
of Westfield, Mass.William married (1) Hannah Graves-9sp1 daughter of Isaac Graves and Hannah Church in 1689. Hannah was born on 24 Jan 1666 in Hadley, Hamphire Co., MA.. She died after 28 Dec 1701.
In the winter of 1699-1700 he was drowned in the Connecticut River near Deerfield on his return from a wedding he had been attending with a party of relatives and friends. - Weygant
It appears that William's father, John Sacket, had made a promise of doubling a gift made by Hannah Graves' mother, Mary (Church) Graves, to the newly wed couple. It also appears that John Sacket failed to fulfill his promise:
Vol. A, p. 20
At Spf'd Rec'ds
In regard to Hannah wife of W'm Sacket
Court at Northampton Mar. 29, 1692
Two testimonys on oath refferring to
John Sacket's (?) promise of giffts to
his Son W'm Sacket & c.
The testimony of Mary Graves of Hatfield in ye County of
Hampshire in New England aged 59 years or there
abouts is that my brother John Sacket of Westfield
w'n he came for my consent that my Daughter Hannah
might be his son W'm Sackets wife, we discussed
of what temporall enjoyments they should have it
my Daughter Hannah Graves & his Son W'm Sacket
of ye town & County above expressed should be
married to my Daughter, My Brother John Sacket
of ye town and County above expressed did ask me
what I would give my Daughter Hannah above
expressed. I then told him I would give my
Daughter Hannah thritie pounds of more & my
Brother Sacket above expressed sayd I might give
my Daughter Hannah above expressed w't I would
& w't I gave he would double it & further say not.
Feb. 20, 1692/3 Mary Graves above named
personally appeared & made Oath to ye above
testimony of hers before
Sam'll Partredge, Justice of Peace.
The testimony of Jno Graves of Hatf'd in ye County of
Hampshire in New England being aged 27 y'rs or there
abouts in ye Jno Sacket Sen'r in Westfield & in ye
County of Hampshire in New England he did comt to
my Mother Graves house in Hatf'd in ye County &
Country above expressed & then I heard my mother
Graves & John Sacket of Westfield discourse of w't
temopral Estate my Mother would bestow on her
daughter Hannah if she should be his sons
Wife My Mother then sahe she would give her
daughter Hannay above expressed thirty pounds or
more & John Sacket above expressed sayd my
Mother above expressed might give her daughter
above esperssed w't she would & w't she gave
John Sacket above expressed sayd he would
double it & further sayth not.
Feb. 20, 1692/3 ye above named Jno Graves
personally appeared & made Oath to
his above written testimony bafore
Sam'll Partrigg, Justice of Peace
[Supplied by: Donald A. Robinson, Ph.D,
Inventory of William Sackett taken April 4, 1700 total 206 L 15 sh., House, barn and about 3 acres land belonging to homelot 80 L,
6 ac. northside of gr. river 10 L,
20 ac. in the woods 5 L,
Settlement of Estate
of William Sackett, 1701
Hampshire Co. Probate; Vol. 3, p. 86
Here ffolloweth a Settlement of the Estate of
William Sackett of Westfield deceased december 28, 1701
As to a Settlement of the Estate of William Sacket of
Westfield deceased the totall Sum of his Inventoried
ffree Estate is 203£, 14, 01. Out of which for
Expenses in the ffamily the first year and some
Losses of Cattell & other things must be Sub ducted
13£, 14, 01 so then the Estate to be divided
is 190£ which is in Lands & houseing 95£ &
in Moveable goods the like sum of 95£ off which
Hannah the Relict is to have 31- 13- 4 Out of
the houseing & Lands for the term of her life,
& 31- 13- 4 In moveable goods as her Own
absolute Estate & at her own dispose for Ever,
The remainder of the Estate to be divided
amongst the children is 126£ " 13 " 4 which is
63 " 6 " 8 in Houseing & Lands & 63£ " 6 " 8 in
Moveable goods off which the Eldest Son
named Joseph is to have a double portion
viz. 50£ " 13 " 4 & to the 2nd Son named
Jonathan 25£ " 6 " 8 To Hannah Sackett
daughter to the deceased 25£ " 6 " 8 and to
Rebecca Sackett second daughter to the
deceased 25 " 6 " 8 The Sons to have all
the houseing & Lands proportioned to them
as above s'd & what s'd Housening and Lands
comes to more then their afores'd portions
comes to to be repayed by them unto ye
daughters in good pay Equivolent to the Lands
together with the Moveable goods to make
up & fully accomplish the daughters portions
as afores'd in any of the children dye before
of age to Receive their s'd portions then
their portions to be distributed unto the
Survivers according to the aforesd rule of
proportion & as alsoe the widdows 3rd of
Lands & houseing as abovesd that lye in
Rivertion to be divided by the Like rule of
proportion & Likewise the Lands to the Sons
& they to make payment of the daughters
their p'ts of ye Revertion in good pay
Equivolent to the Land as aforesd
That John Noble of Westfield & Ens. Eliezer
Frary of Hatfield be added to ye s'd
Hannah Relict as administrators to be
helpfull in Securitie of the childrens
Hampshire The Setlem't of ye
Estate (as above) allowed (?) the
Judge of Probates & alsoe adminestration
as afores'd Granted they giveing
Bond according to Law this done
decemb'r 18, 1701
[Provided by Donald A. Robinson, Ph.D
Thomas Graves, colonist the grandfather of Hannah Graves Sacket, came to New England accompanied by his wife and several almost or quite grown up sons previous to the year 1631, presumably in one of the vessels of Governor Winthrop's fleet in 1630. Very soon thereafter he erected a dwelling house a few miles inland from Boston. It is recorded in the ancient records of the Colony that when, on March 6, 1632-3, the "line of division between Newtown and Charlestown" was established, it was determined that "the neck whereon Mr. Graves' house standeth shall belong to Newtown."William and Hannah had the following children:
When in 1636 Mr. Hooker and the larger number of the inhabitants of Newtown removed to Hartford, George Graves, one of the sons of Thomas, joined the migrating company. An account of their memorable journey has been given in the biographical sketch of (1) Simon Sackett, colonist, and his wife Isabel.
The name of George Graves appears engraved on the monument erected, some sixty years since, to the memory of the "Founders of Hartford," in the ancient burying ground of that city. A few years after the date of the Hooker migration, Thomas Graves, with his wife and several children - including his son Isaac - removed from Newtown, then called Cambridge, to Hartford.
Isaac Graves, son of Thomas, the colonist, was married at Hartford about the year 1645 to Mary Church. In 1656 they removed to Hatfield and later to Hadley, where in January 24, 1666, their daughter Hannah, who married William Sacket, was born.
Richard Church, colonist, and his wife Annie, were at Hartford in 1637, and removed from there in 1660 to Hadley, where he died in December, 1667. In his will he mentions his daughter "Hannah, wife of Isaac Graves."
Hannah is named as relict of William Sackett in the settlement papers for William's estate dated 28 Dec 1701
William married (2) Sarah Crain-9sp2 on 26 Dec 1687.
+ 68 M i Joseph Sacket-44 + 69 F ii Hannah Sacket-45 70 F iii Rebecca Sacket-46 was born on 18 Sep 1694 in Westfield, MA.. She died on 15 Sep 1782 in Westfield, MA.. Rebecca married 1Thomas Dewey-46sp on 8 Jul 1714 in Westfield, MA.. Thomas was born 2 on 17 Sep 1690 in Westfield, MA.. He died 3 on 25 Aug 1755 in Westfield, MA..
Thomas, b. Sept. 17, 1690; d. Aug 25, 1755, ag. 64, at Westfield, where he was a farmer, slaveholder, etc., on Main street; m. July 8, 1714, Rebecca Sackett, dau. of William and Hannah (Graves); b. Sept. 16, 1694; d. Sept. 15 or 17, 1782, ag. 87; they had no children. [Dewey Genealogy, pg 242]
+ 71 M iv Jonathan Sacket-47
married December 26, 1687, to Sarah Crain, who a short time thereafter died without issue.35. Abigail Sacket-10 (John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 1 Dec 1663. She died on 3 Jul 1683.
Abigail died three days after giving birth to Abigail Noble.Abigail married John Noble-10sp son of Thomas Noble Hon. and Hannah Wariner on 13 Sep 1682. John was born on 6 Mar 1661/1662 in Springfield, Hampden, MA. He died on 17 Aug 1714 in Westfield, Hampden, MA.
Bridgeman, in his "Inscriptions on Graves Stones." published in 1850, states that a stone
erected to the memory of Abigail Noble is the oldest found in the burying ground at Westfield, and
contains this inscription, "Here lieth the body of Abigail the wife of John Noble, who died IV ly,
ANO 1683, in ye 20 year of her age."
They had the following children:Hannah Sacket-12 (John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 7 Mar 1668/1669 in Westfield, Hampden Co., Ma.. She died on 3 Aug 1749 in Windsor Twp., Hartford, CT..
Hannah married (2) Benjamin II Newbury Capt.-12sp2 son of Benjamin I Newbury Capt. and Mary Allen on 3 May 1691. Benjamin was born on 20 Apr 1669 in Windsor Twp., Hartford, CT.. He died on 3 Nov 1709 in Windsor Twp., Hartford, CT..
Hon. Thomas Newbury, colonist, grandfather of Capt. Benj. Newbury, 2nd, came from EnglandBenjamin and Hannah had the following children:
in 1634, and was one of the Assistants in the Government of the Province of Massachusetts Bay
in 1636, and died that year leaving property valued at £1520, 4, 7.
Capt. Benjamin Newbury, 1st, father of Capt. Benjamin Newbury, 2nd, was born in England and
came to America with his father in 1634. He was married, June 11, 1646, to Mary Allen, daughter
of Hon. Matthew Allen.
Hon. Matthew Allen was one of the early residents of Newtown, Mass., where in 1632-3 he built
a house for himself and family, adjoining that of the colonist Simon Sackett. Paige, in his "History
of Cambridge." quoting from records made by Hinman & Hazard, says:
"Allen, Matthew, was here, in 1632, and in 1635 he owned the estate at N. W. corner of Winthrop and
Dunster streets. He also owned the opposite corner, south of Winthrop street. He was a deputy in the
General Court. 3 March, 1635-6, removed to Connecticut with Hooker, and settled at Windsor, where he
died in 1670, having had children John, Thomas and Mary. Mr. Allen sustained a high rank with his
fellow colonists; held several town offices, and served as Juror, Deputy Magistrate, and Assistant in the
Colony Government. He was also appointed by the Colony, in 1660 and 1664, one of the
Commissioners of the United Colonies, an office fully equal in dignity and importance to that of Senator
in the Congress of the United States."
Hannah married (3) Merryman Mr.-12sp3 before 1719.
73 M i Benjamin Newbury-49 was born on 31 Jan 1692/1693. He died on 24 Sep 1709. 74 M ii Roger Newbury-50 was born on 24 Jun 1706. 75 F iii Marah Newbury-51 was born on 3 Feb 1708/1709. She died on 5 Jun 1753.
Name originally MaudsleyBenjamin and Mary had the following children:
39. Samuel Sacket-14 (John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 16 Sep 1674. He died on 8 Nov 1709.
76 M i Thomas Moseley-52 was born in 1690. He died in 1719. 77 M ii Benjamin Moseley-53 was born in 1693. He died in 1719. 78 F iii Jemima Moseley-54 was born in 1694. 79 F iv Bethesda Moseley-55 was born in 1697. 80 M v Azariah Moseley-56 was born in 1701. He died in 1719.
It appears that Elizabeth was pregnant with Benoni when Samuel died in November of 1709.Samuel and Elizabeth had the following children:
41. Abigail Sacket-16 (John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born in 1683. She died about Jul 1743.
+ 81 M i William Sacket-57 + 82 F ii Elizabeth Sacket-58 + 83 M iii Samuel Sacket-59 + 84 M iv Benoni Sacket-60
On page 19 Weygant gives her death date as Sept. 1721. However, on page 27 he gives no death date for her. The Shepard genealogy on page 96 gives her marriage to John Shepard in 1733 following the death of David King in 1730.Abigail married (1) David King-16sp about 1701 in Westfield, Hampshire, Mass.. David was born in 1677 in Westfield, Mass. He died in 1730.
A short time after the date of their marriage they removed to a "new plantation," in what became the town of Sheffield, Mass.David and Abigail had the following children:
Capt. John King, 1629-1703, colonist, the father of above mentioned David King, came to New England in 1645, and lived at Hartford for about five years, when he removed to Northampton. there on Nov. 18, 1656, he was married to Sarah Holton. theirs is the first marriage recorded and it is believed to have been the first solemnized at Northampton. John King was for several years captain of the Northampton military company, and in 1679, was representative.
Hon. William Holton, colonist, father of Sarah Holton King, was born in England in 1634. He came from Ipswich to New England in the ship Francis, and was one of the early proprietors of Hartford, Conn. In 1655, he removed to Northampton, Mass., and was one of the first deacons of the church there. In 1666, 1667, 1669, 1670 and 1671 he was a representative, serving one year for the neighboring town of Hadley.
Abigail married (2) John Shepard on 24 May 1733. John was born about 1673 in New England. He died on 10 Aug 1756 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA..
85 M i David King-61 was born in 1702. + 86 F ii Thankful King-62 87 M iii Moses King-63 was born in 1706. 88 M iv Stephen King-64 was born in 1708. 89 M v Benjamin King was born in 1710. 90 M vi Aaron Kingwas born on 28 Aug 1714 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.. He died on 26 Oct 1801 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.. Aaron married Sarah Shepard daughter of John Shepard and Elizabeth Woodruff on 9 May 1743 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.. Sarah was born on 21 Apr 1715 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.. She died on 7 Mar 1748/1749 in Westfield, Hampden Co., MA.. 91 M vii Asafel King was born in 1718. He died in 1719. 92 M viii Eldad King was born in 1718. 93 M ix Gideon King was born in 1722.
They had the following children:
94 F i Ann Sackett was born in 1707 in Birchington. Ann married Edward Ovenden on 27 May 1729 in St George, Canterbury. + 95 M ii Thomas Sackett + 96 M iii Henry Sackett 97 F iv Elizabeth Sackett was born in Mar 1712/1713 in Birchington. Elizabeth married Benjamin Watton on 7 Apr 1740 in Birchington. + 98 M v John Sackett + 99 M vi William Sackett 100 M vii Richard Sackett was born in Jan 1719/1720 in Birchington. He died in Sep 1720 in Birchington. 101 F viii Mary Sackett was born in Jan 1721/1722 in Birchington. She died in Apr 1722 in Birchington. 102 F ix Mary Sackett , E11e was born in 1723 in Birchington.
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