Descendant charts

These dynamic indented descendant charts include and symbols to expand or collapse sections of the tree. Chart entries are linked to persons who have a sketch in the database, and there are links back to the tree from the person's page. Some trees are large and may take a few moments to expand fully.

  • Line 1 (English)
    Robert Sakett (say 1440–1498/99) of St Peter in Thanet.
    Robert's line extends over six generations and includes his grandson Richard Sacket the younger (say 1505–1545) who is the earliest identified Sackett occupant of Sackett's Hill.
  • Line 2 (English)
    William Sackett (mid-1400s–1511) of St John in Thanet.
    William's line extends to the present day although not in the Sackett name, the last identified Sacketts having "daughtered out" in the thirteenth generation.
  • Line 3 (English)
    Thomas Sackett the elder (say 1530–1595) of St Peter in Thanet.
    Thomas is the progenitor of the great majority of Sackett descendants. This chart comprises Thomas's English descendants. His American descendants appear in the following Line 3 charts.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Simon Sackett (1595–1635) of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, and Newtown (later Cambridge), Massachusetts Bay Colony.
    Simon Sackett, a grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder, is the progenitor of the predominant line of Sacketts in America.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Capt Richard Sackett (c1678–1746) of New York City and Dover, New York.
    Capt Richard's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of Simon Sackett the colonist.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Thomas Sackett (say 1720–) of Hopewell, New Jersey.
    Thomas's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of Simon Sackett the colonist.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Aaron Sackett (say 1763–after 1820) of Litchfield, Connecticut.
    Aaron's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of Simon Sackett the colonist.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Skene Douglas Sackett (say 1765–1852) of Connecticut and Ohio.
    Skene's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of Simon Sackett the colonist.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Nathaniel Sackett (say 1770–1817).
    Nathaniel's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of Simon Sackett the colonist.
  • Line 3a (American)
    Warren J Sackett (c1794–1851).
    Warren's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of Simon Sackett the colonist.
  • Line 4 (American)
    John Sackett (say 1620s–1684) of New Haven, Connecticut.
    According to family tradition, John Sackett of New Haven would have been a nephew of Simon Sackett the colonist. But DNA test results of descendants contradict this, with no match being found. The origin of John of New Haven remains unresolved.
  • Line 4 (American)
    Jonathan Sackett (say 1770–) of Milford, Connecticut
    Jonathan's parents have not yet been identified but he is linked by DNA testing as a descendant of John Sackett of New Haven.
  • Line 5 (English)
    Martin Sackett (say 1730–1785) of Childerditch, Essex.
    English branch not yet linked to main lines.
  • Line 6 (English)
    Thomas Sackett (c1701–1754) of Hornchurch, Essex.
    English branch not yet linked to main lines.
  • Line 8 (English)
    Robert Sackett (say 1665–)
    English branch not yet linked to main lines.
  • Line 0 (American)
    Daniel Sackett (1788–1862)
    American branch not yet linked to the main lines.
  • Line 0 (American)
    Louis Sacofsky (1848–1921)
    Line of Russian Jewish family who adopted the Sackett name after immigrating to the United States.

Timeline charts

These timeline charts show the lifespans of selected Sacketts in the context of historical events. Names on the charts are linked to the database and there are links back to the chart from the person's page.

Relationship charts

These relationship charts show how intermarrying Sackett descendants are related via a common ancestor.