170. Ensign Israel Sacket, 1746-1786, of Westfield, Mass., son of (35) Daniel and Mary Weller Sacket, was married in 1782 to (193) Eunice Sacket, daughter of (42) Eliakim Sacket and his wife Bethesda Fowler. His military service in War of Revolution, as given in volume of Massachusetts State Records, published in 1905 reads as follows:

Sacket, Israel, Westfield, Corporal in Westfield Co. of Minute Men commanded by Lieut. John Shepard, which marched to the Alarm of April 19, 1775, service 1 week, 1 day, reported enlisted into the Army Apr. 28, 1775. Also, Sacket, Israel, Westfield, Sergeant Capt. Warham Parks Co., Col. Timothy Danielson's Regt., muster roll dated Aug., 1775, engaged Apr. 28, 1775, service 3 mos. 10 days, also Company return dated Roxbury (probably Oct. 27, 1775). Also order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated camp at Roxbury Dec. 23, 1775. Also Lieut. Col. Nathan Tyler's Regt. list of Officers of a regiment ordered to be detached to serve at Rhode Island until Jan. 1, 1780, agreeable to resolve of June 8, 1778, Commissioned Aug. 4, 1779. Also Lieut. Joshua L. Woodridges Co., Col. Nathan Tyler's Regt., Engaged July 25, 1779, service 5 mos. 6 days at Rhode Island, roll sworn to Newport. Also service Co. and Regt. payable for Dec. 1779, sworn at Newport, allowed 1 mo. 5 days services at Rhode Island, including travel (110 miles) home. [Headstone: Israel Sacket, Eunice Sacket]

Child.

508. Cynthia Sacket.