Death notice, Guernsey Evening Press, 16 January 1942
"SACKETT.—Suddenly, on Thursday, January 15, 1942, Alfred James Sackett, beloved husband of Lydia Hatfield, of "Balure", Grange, aged 76 years.
Funeral will meet in the Foulon Cemetery Chapel on Saturday, January 17, at 2.30 p.m."

Obituary, Guernsey Evening Press, 16 January 1942
"MR A. J. SACKETT
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FOUND DEAD IN THE GRANGE
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We regret to hear of the death of Mr. Alfred James Sackett, of "Balure", Grange Road. Mr. Sackett suddenly collapsed and died when passing Elizabeth College at 7.30 yesterday morning being attended by Special Constable Van den Berg.
Mr. Sackett had been indisposed, but was able on Monday to resume his work as an attendant at the Town Hospital, whither he was bound when he had his fatal seizure. There will be no inquest.
The deceased was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Sackett, who resided for many years at the Duvaux Farm, St. Sampson's, and was born at Rye, Sussex. He married Miss Lydia Hatfield, and there are two sons and a daughter of the marriage: Mr. Leslie Sackett, who is an officer on a tanker; Mr. D. Sackett, States Meteorological Observer; and Mrs. Vere Miles, who is on war work in England. Deceased also leaves four brothers and four sisters.
The funeral is arranged for to-morrow, to meet at the Foulon Cemetery Chapel at 2.30 p.m."