175. King Sacket, of Westfield, Mass., son of (37) Benjamin and Thankful King Sacket, was married to his cousin, (179) Lydia Sacket, 1736-___?, daughter of (39) Isaac Sacket and his wife Elisabeth Shepard. The following is his official record as soldier of the Revolution:

Sacket, King, Private Capt. John King's Co. Col. Hopkins' (Berkshire Co.) Regt. Entered service July 5, 1776, service 12 days, mileage out and home (190 miles) allowed said Sacket Company marched by order of Brig. Gen. Fellows. Also Capt. Spoor's Co., Col. Benjamin Simond's (Berkshire Co.) Regt.; entered service Apr. 26, 1777, discharged May 20, 1777, service 25 days at Saratoga by order of General Gates. Capt. Enoch Noble's Co., entered service Oct. 21, 1777, service 60 days; Enlisted 3 months; company marched to Manchester, Va., thence to Stillwater, by order of Gen. Lincoln. Joined Col. John Ashley's (Berkshire Co.) Regt. and marched to Boltons Kilns and there served until regularly discharged.