Newspaper Abstracts, California

75 records

  • Sacramento Transcript, Sacramento County, California, Thursday Morning, June 27, 1850
    "JUDICIAL—Ex rel. Falen C. RUSSELL vs. Chas. C. SACKETT—Before his Honor, E.J. WILLIS, Judge of the County Court. In this case a writ of mandamus had been granted by his Honor in vacation, directed to Justice SACKETT, requiring him to grant a change of venue in a case pending before him in which such change of venue had been by him refused."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Daily Union, Sacramento County, California, Tuesday Morning, September 7, 1852
    "THE OVERLAND EMIGRATION
    We publish below a complete list of the arrivals by the various routes during the last week. The anxiety of friends who are expecting relatives and friends by the way of the plains increases with the advancing season, and in order to relieve their minds, we shall give accurate and complete lists of all arrivals until the close of the season. The following persons have arrived at Placerville. This list is from the News: … J.L. Sackett …"
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Sonoma County Journal, Sonoma County, California, March 9, 1860
    "Married near Petaluma, 6th inst., T.H. SITTON to Rosetta E. SACKETT."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Sonoma County Journal, Sonoma County, California, April 6, 1860
    "Married at Vallejo, 29th ult., D.A. SACKETT to Emily J. STEVENS."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Sonoma County Democrat, Sonoma County, California, November 13, 1862
    "D.A. SACKETT, Dr. J.Q. WILLIAMS and H.H. HARMON, were appointed viewers to locate road from Sonoma Mountain to Petaluma."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Stockton Daily Independent, San Joaquin County, California, Monday, 2 November, 1863.
    "DEATH of an EDITOR—Judge C.C. SACKETT, for several years connected with the daily press of San Francisco, died at his residence in that place, on Thursday last, of consumption, in the 48th year of his age. He was known as a man faithful in his calling and charitable beyond his means."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Sacramento Union, Sacramento County, California, January 1 1864
    "STATE RECORD
    Noticeable Events During the Year 1863
    October. 29th—Charles C. SACKETT, a pioneer, died in San Francisco."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Russian River Flag, Sonoma County, California, October 14, 1869
    "Court Proceedings of October 4th: SACKETT vs. MOORE – case argued and taken under advisement."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Daily Bee, Sacramento County, California, Monday Evening, October 9, 1871
    "ARRIVED—These passengers arrived overland to-day: … Fred. SACKETT, …"
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Russian River Flag, Sonoma County, California, Oct. 26, 1871
    "Married. At Petaluma, Oct. 18, 1871, G.E. ORMSBY to Miss L.L. SACKET."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Daily Bee, Sacramento County, California, Wednesday Evening, November 15, 1871
    "INDICTMENTS FOUND—The Grand Jury have found these indictments already: Henry SACKET, felony …"
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Stockton Daily Independent, San Joaquin County, California, Monday, 19 Aug 1872.
    "THERE ARE probably few of the higher schools in the State but has a representative from Stockton. St. Augustine College at Benicia, also the University of California at Oakland, have pupils from this city. Last Saturday Master Dayton O’BRIEN, son of John H. O’BRIEN of this city, left for the Golden Gate Academy at Oakland. D.P. SACKET is the Principal of the latter institution."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Russian River Flag, Sonoma County, California, June 18, 1874
    "Near Petaluma, June 10, 1874, at the residence of the bride's father, D.A. SACKETT; George A. LYON, Lake county to Mrs. Emma L. RANARD, Petaluma."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, February 10, 1877
    "B.R. Sackett, of Oakland was in town on Tuesday."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, February 17, 1877
    "MADISON.—We learn that B.R. Sackett, of Oakland, formerly of Winters, will erect a substantial brick building in the new town of Madison, after the style of Sackett's Hall, in this town, three stores on the first floor and a large Hall in the second story. Mansfield and Theodore will also erect a brick general merchandise store in the new town. Railroad iron for the extension is beginning to arrive freely."
    [Researched by Ted Smith]
    [Claire Tschirky adds that Sackett's Hall refers to the Opera House, on Main Street, Winters]
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, December 8, 1877
    "The Sackett House, on Russell street lately occupied by J.L. Seawell, has been purchased by the Cumberland Presbyterian Society as a residence for their minister."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Mountain Democrat, Placerville, El Dorado County, California, February 22 1879.
    "JURY LIST
    At the last session of the Board of Auditors the following named persons were drawn, from the several townships of the county, as regular Jurors for the ensuing year: Mud Springs township—Herman S. Sackett [1 of 24]."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, April 12, 1879
    "Dr. York lectured in Sackett's Hall on Monday and Tuesday evening of this week to very good audience. He left on Wednesday for his home in San Jose."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 30 November 1887
    "Marriage Licenses. / Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to … Homer T. Sackett and Annie O. Zin."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, January 18, 1890
    "Henry and William BRINCK, William WOLFSKILL, H.C. GOODYEAR, J.E. SACKETT and G.W. HINCLAY, members of the California Fruit Union, went to San Francisco, on Tuesday afternoon, to attend the annual meeting of that corporation."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, January 25, 1890
    "J.E. SACKETT was a passenger on the South bound train Tuesday afternoon."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, February 15, 1890
    "B.R. SACKETT came up from San Francisco on Saturday and went out to his brother’s."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, March 15, 1890
    "Harry SACKETT went to San Francisco on Monday afternoon’s train."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, March 22, 1890
    "Clarence SACKETT Was in town during the week."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "Mr. Jones, of San Francisco, is up at J.E. Sackett's."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "Mrs. B.R. Sackett and children are up from San Francisco visiting the lady's parents, H.P. Austin and wife, and friends in this vicinity. They will probably spend the summer here."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "There was quite a large group of prominent fruit growers gathered on Main street yesterday afternoon. Among whom we noticed H. Brinck, W.J. and A.P. Pleasants, Fred N. Wertner, W.E. Thissell, H.P. Austin, of Pleasant valley, J.E. Sackett, H.C. Goodyear and others. All were under the spell of ye commission man."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "A Picnic
    A party of Pleasant valley people picnicked up in the Canyon on May day and from accounts had a most enjoyable time. There were games and music to enliven the senses and a famous luncheon to satisfy and cheer the inner man. Those composing the party were: Mrs. Harry Sackett, Miss Sackett [of about 60 people]."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, June 14, 1890
    "B.R. Sackett is down from his quartz mine in Shasta county, and is visiting with his brother John, on the ranch west of town. Mr. Sackett says his mine is doing well, and that it never looked better than now."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, July 5, 1890
    "Mrs. H.A. Loud came up from Vacaville, on Wednesday's noon train, and went out to J.E. Sackett's, her son in law."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, August 16, 1890
    "Mrs. H.A. Loud of Vacaville, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.E. Sackett."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, August 30, 1890
    "N.S.G.W.
    Institution of Winters Parlor No. 163 Last Saturday Evening. ... officers elected to serve for the first term were installed, as follows: Trustees, E.C. Rust, H.R. Sackett and T.H. Ramsey." "Following is a list of the charter members at the Institution of the Parlor: H.E. Sackett [one of about 30]."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 1, 1890
    "Mr and Mrs. H.P. Austin went to Alameda, last Saturday, on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Sackett."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 8, 1890
    "... wedding of August Brinck and Miss Dora Wurth. The presents were handsome, costly and serviceable, consisting of the following articles: ... Mr and Mrs. J.E. Sackett, silver forks ..."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 8, 1890
    "Miss Ada McIntosh of San Francisco is stopping with the family of J.E. Sackett, as teacher of his children."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 8, 1890
    "J.E. Sackett, wife and children returned home Tuesday after a three week's visit at the Bay. They bro't home a beautiful olive wood piano, of the New England make, and exhibiting the finest tone and action."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, January 24, 1891
    "Last Saturday night, in Masonic Hall, Past President G.A. Weihe, assisted by R.L. Briggs as Grand Marshal and Paul Morris as Grand Secretary, publicly installed the officers of Winters Parlor No. 163. The Natives inducted into office were ... Harry Sackett, [one of three] Trustees."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday July 25 1891
    "District Deputy Grand President, W.O. Russell, installed the officers elect of Winters Parlor, No. 163, N.S.G.W., on Friday evening of last week, as follows: ... Trustees: H.E. Sackett [1 of 3]."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 27 February 1892
    "Licenses to Wed. / Marriage licenses were issued at the County Clerk's office yesterday to the following persons: … Alfred Sackett, a native of California, 20 years of age, to Lupa Rosa, also a native of this State, 16 years of age; both residents of Fulton Wells."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Herald, Los Angeles, California, 29 Mar 1895, p. 7
    "J. T. SHEWARD
    SPECIAL NOTICE—
    We have engaged the services of Mr. X. Ackley Sackett, the greatest living Silhouette artist, who will be in our store from one o'clock today until further notice. Mr. Sackett will cut pictures from life for all who purchase 50c worth of goods or more. This will be one of the great store attractions. Come in and see how the artist does it."
    [Transcribed from Library of Congress image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Herald, Los Angeles, California, 30 Mar 1895, p. 7
    "J. T. SHEWARD
    Store attractions are crowding thick and fast. Tonight from 7 till 10 the store will remain open. Doh's orchestra will furnish music. You will be royally entertained with the handsomest and most extensive decorations ever put up in the West. All day Mr. X. Ackley Sackett, the greatest Silhouette artist in the world, will cut pictures free for evry purchaser of 50c worth or more of goods. He is specially good with the children's pictures. Mr. Sackett has cut pictures for the most prominent personages in the world. Hundreds took advantage of this offer yesterday and had their pictures made. Every one has been delighted. Before Daguerre was born this was the only means known for taking pictures from life. Not retrograding but progressing. We show the difference between modern photography and ancient art. When this artist leaves the city he carries with him the peculiar faculty he has developed. There is no one else his equal. For a trifling purchase you can now avail yourself of this splendid offer. …
    [Transcribed from Library of Congress image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 7 September 1895
    "Ex-Congressman Sackett Dead. / Saratoga (N.Y.,) Sept. 6,—Ex-Congressman William A. Sackett dropped dead this noon. He was a member of the Thirtieth and Thirty-first Congresses, and was the father of Col. Sackett, who was killed at the head of his command in the late war."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • The San Francisco Call, California, 5 Dec 1895, p. 10
    THIS WEEK'S WONDER!
    Commencing Friday, December 6, 1895, and until further notice, the celebrated Silhouette Artist, Mr. X. Ackley Sackett, will cut pictures free for every purchaser of 50 cents' worth of goods and over, at the
    WONDER DRUGSTORE,
    1028 Market Street,
    Fletcher & Co., Proprietors.
    Wonders in Prices.
    Wonders in Drugs.
    Wonders in Toilet Articles,
    Call and See Our Wonders.
    [Transcribed from Library of Congress image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 7 & 8 July 1899
    "Death Record. / Sackett—In this city, July 6, 1899; William H., eldest son of H. D. Sackett, Hollywood. Funeral will take place from Hollywood Christian Church, Saturday, July 8, 1899, at 2 p.m. Friends are invited. Interment Rosedale Cemetery."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • The Saturday Bee, Sacramento, Sacramento County, California, December 9 1905
    "SACRAMENTO WOMAN SUES FOR DIVORCE
    AUBURN (Placer Co.), December 9—Mrs. K. KHOUMRIAN, of Rocklin, has begun the preliminaries for a legal separation from her husband, who is a young machinist, employed in the railroad shops at Rocklin. The Khoumrians have been married a little over a year, but the marital relations seem to have been stormy and tempestuous. An ungovernable temper on the husband's part is said to have figured conspicuously in the domestic dissensions that have estranged the parties.
    The affair has been kept quiet and but little is known of the suit, as all parties connected with it are maintaining a strict silence. It is stated, however, that the plaintiff will set up some unusual allegations in her complaint.
    The plaintiff was formerly Miss Edith SACKETT, of Sacramento. It is not known whether the husband will contest his wife's suit, but it has been intimated that he will not appear in the action."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Herald, California, 14 May 1906, p. 8
    VENICE OPENS SUMMER SEASON
    RECORD-BREAKING CROWDS AT BEACH RESORT
    Silhouette Artist Interests Children in Behalf of San Francisco's Needy by Unique Scheme of Collecting Books
    Sackett's Unique Scheme
    A novel method of contributing to the cause of relief in behalf of San Francisco has been devised and put into most promising operation by X. Ackley Sackett, the local silhouette artist. Mr. Sackett, who has been one of the leading spirits in the relief work effected here, several days ago caused to be announced at the public school that to every child bringing him a school book, regardless of subject matter or condition, he would present a profile cut to order. Already the books have commenced to come in and the silhouette craze among the youngsters is assuming alarming proportions. Grammars, geographies and spelling books are spread over arithmetics and readers, some of which were undoubtedly in use before California was settled, in the none too large quarters of the artist; and the end is not yet.
    Yesterday a woman promised to donate a soapbox full of books, and others have made known an intention to contribute in smaller quantities. Mr. Sackett says he knew what he was about when he undertook his contract, and claims to be immune from scissors paralysis, which complaint the undiminishing activity of the youthful population of the town seems bent on making his portion.
    "Bring 'em along," is his slogan, and locally it's a three-cornered pool and take your choice on whether the kids lose interest or the supply of books or Sackett gives out first."
    [Transcribed from Library of Congress image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Herald, California, 31 Oct 1906, p. 5
    "THREATEN ARTIST WITH TAR COAT
    X. Ackley Sackett, Known as "the Cuttist," Forced to Leave Venice in a Hurry to Escape Violence
    Special to The Herald.
    VENICE, Oct. 30—Information secretly conveyed to him, to the effect that a number of men had planned to give him a coat of tar and feathers tonight, caused X. Ackley Sackett, the Windward Pier cuttist, to hurriedly close his studio this afternoon and depart for Los Angeles.
    Before leaving Sackett made the statement that he understood it was part of the program to have a charge of his having committed a vicious act trumped up against him to be used by his assailants should they be arrested or if he did not leave town quietly after the proposed assault had taken place.
    Sackett, who lives in the rear of his studio, is generally credited with having brought to public notice the activities of card sharps here and the alleged neglect of duty of the local police force. He said he had been warned previously and was not taking any chances, as he feared the gang and could not depend on the police for protection."
    [Transcribed from Library of Congress image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Herald, California, 5 Nov 1906, p. 10
    CUTTIST PROVES INK SLINGER
    Venice Pier Artist Arrested for Throwing Bottle at a Man Who Said Things
    Special to The Herald.
    VENICE, Nov. 4.—On complaint of Pat Bulger, a bartender, X. Ackley Sackett, the Windward pier cuttist, was arrested tonight after Sackett had thrown a bottle of ink at Bulger with the evident intention of hitting him.
    Sackett was brought before Justice of the Peace Wheat at the latter's residence and was allowed to go on his own recognizance. His hearing was set for 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. His action, Sackett claims, was occasioned by Bulger, who with two friends, was standing in the center of the walk before his studio and making insulting remarks concerning his morals. Both men as well as several bystanders received a liberal splashing of the black fluid.
    [Transcribed from Library of Congress image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 12 February 1907
    "Marriages. / Sackett—White. Archie A. Sackett, aged 30, a native of California, and a resident of Stagg, Cal., and Maude L White, aged 30, a native of Ohio, and a resident of Los Angeles."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 26 January 1907
    "Deaths. / Otis. In Hollywood, at the residence of her nephew, H D Sackett, January 24, 1907, Betsy Sackett Otis, aged 87 years. Funeral from parlors of Connell-Unterkircher-Crawford Co., No. 1031 South Grand avenue, Sunday, January 27, at 2 p.m. Friends invited. Interment, Rosedale Cemetery."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • New Era, Modoc County, California, October 20 1909.
    "Modoc County's Teachers Institute
    Instructors and Lecturers
    Geo. L. Sackett, Secretary State Text Book Committee, Sacramento.

    Program

    "The Course of Study and Its Applications," Geo. L. Sackett.
    "A Call Worth While," Geo. L. Sackett.
    "State Text Books and Allied Problems," Geo. L. Sackett.
    "Reminiscences of a School Discussion." Geo. L. Sackett.
    "Modern Patriotism," Geo.L. Sackett.
    "Personal Experiences of a California Legislator," Geo. L. Sackett."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • New Era, Modoc County, California, November 10 1909.
    "The lecture at the church last Thursday evening by Mr. Sackett, subject, "Patriotism" was a very interesting one and was largely attended."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 18 May 1911
    "Marriage Licenses. [issued 17 May 1911]. Webb—Sackett. Robert Webb, 26; Amelia A. Sackett, 19."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 11 March 1911
    "Deaths. / Sackett. In this city, March 9, Mrs. Edith B. Sackett, aged 72 years. / Services at the Methodist Church, corner Third and Hobart streets, Saturday, March 11, at 2 p.m. Interment at Rosedale Cemetery."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Sacramento Union, Sacramento County, California, Friday, July 21, 1911
    "Text-Book Committee Must Fill Sackett's Place
    The state text-book committee will hold a meeting in San Francisco today with Governor JOHNSON and it is expected that one of the things the committee will do will be to name a secretary to succeed George L. SACKETT, who recently resigned. Sackett left Sacramento yesterday afternoon and took most of his baggage with him, planning to go on to Oakland when the meeting is concluded. Sackett resigned to accept a position as supervising principal in the Oakland schools."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Trinity Journal, Trinity County, California, August 10 1912.
    "H.B. SACKETT, a lawyer of Sacramento, was an arrival last Friday and left the following day for Hyampom. He has been engaged as counsel for Samuel HELLAR, who was injured in a shooting affray at Hyampom last week."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 29 August 1915
    "Pioneer Woman Passes. / Monrovia, Aug. 28.—Mrs Kate Whitaker, widow of the late W.W.Whitaker, died yesterday evening …. Pallbearers have been selected from pioneer residents and include …, W.L. Sackett, …."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Sacramento Bee, Sacramento County, California, Saturday, April 22, 1916
    "YOLO W.C.T.U. WILL MEET AT WINTERS
    WOODLAND (Yolo Co.), April 22—The thirtieth annual convention of the Yolo County W.C.T.U. will be held in Winters next Thursday. … Addresses will be made by Mrs. L. SACKETT, …"
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 16 October 1924
    "Marriage Licenses. / Sackett—Thompson. Wayne Sackett, 30; Minnie D. Thompson,38."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 21 October 1926
    "Births. / Sackett, Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Boys (twins.) Good Samaritan Hospital. October 18."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 11 April 1928
    "Intention to Marry. / Sackett—Bothwell. Theodore N. Sackett, 21; Lora R. Bothwell, 17."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 6 April 1929
    "Deaths. / Sackett. At 309 South Avenue 57, Mary A. Sackett. / Funeral services at Crease's, Highland Park, today at 1 p.m."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 23 & 25 June 1929
    "Deaths. / Sackett. At the home in North Hollywood, June 21, Mrs. Ellen L. Sackett, aged 80 years, widow of the late Horace D. Sackett and beloved mother of Mary M. and Warren L. Sackett, Mrs. George H. Dunlop and Mrs. Emily Sackett Cooper. / Funeral services will be held Tuesday, June 25, at 2 p.m., from the Hollywood Christian Church, 1717 North Gramercy. Interment, Rosedale Cemetery. Connell Co., directors."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 17 June 1931
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Meyer—Sackett. John A. Meyer, 49; Rebecca J. Sackett, 39."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 27 September 1933
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Lester—Sackett. Harry P. Lester, 22; Dora I. Sackett, 18."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 5 October 1933
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Sackett—Pugh. Eldon D. Sackett, 26; Lucille A. Pugh, 19."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 15 December 1933
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Ullerich—Sackett. Herbert W. Ullerich, 33; Margaret L. Sackett, 33."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 9 October 1934
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Kester—Sackett. Harry Kester, 48; Lucinda H. Sackett, 40."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 5 September 1935
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Sackett—Gold. Alfred Sackett, 21; Sarah Gold, 18."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 20 October 1936
    "Official Death List (Los Angeles). / Sackett, William, 57, Sept. 14."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 23 November 1937
    "Deaths. / Sackett. Harriette E. Sackett, beloved daughter of Mrs. Eva Sackett; sister of Mrs. Grace Wrench and Robert Sackett. / Services Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Little Church of the Flowers. / Mortuary, Forest Lawn memorial Park Association, Inc., in charge."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 13 January 1939
    "Intention to Marry [issued yesterday]. / Worstine—Sackett. Theron W., 23, 680 S. Westlake Ave.; Odessia L., 23, 410 W. Third St."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 28 April 1940
    "Deaths. / Sackett. Robert E.L. Sackett. Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • Los Angeles Times, 29 April 1940
    "Deaths. / Sackett. Robert E.L., beloved husband of Millie B. Sackett, father of Mrs. Irene S. Cooper, Mrs. Dorothy S. Gingerich and Edward B. Sackett. / Services Tuesday, 2 p.m., at the Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn. Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary, directors."
    [Transcribed from Ancestry image by Chris Sackett]
  • San Diego Union, 23 Jul 1954
    "Mrs. Matilda S. Borden, 94, of 4659 Mississippi St. died yesterday in her home. A native of San Luis Obispo, she had lived here 22 years. She was a member of the Native Daughters of the Golden West.
    Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. today at Lewis Colonial Mortuary with graveside rites to be at 2:30 p.m. at Sunnyside Cemetery, Long Beach. Survivors include two daughters, Ida M. Kennedy and Mrs. Ross M. Wilsie of San Diego."
    [Transcribed from Find A Grave image by Chris Sackett]

Sources:
"Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851–2003," digital image, Ancestry (http://search.ancestry.co.uk).
Website Newspaper Abstracts (http://www.newspaperabstracts.com).