Line of Simon Sackett the colonist
Line of John Sackett of New Haven
Simon Sackett the colonist, b. Thanet, Kent, 1595, d. Newtown, Mass, 1635.
John Sackett of New Haven, colonist, b. presumably Thanet, early to mid-1620s, d. NH 1684, m. NH 1652, Agnes Tinkham.
Simon Sackett Jr, b. presumably Thanet, about 1630, d. Springfield, Mass, 1659, son of Simon the colonist, m. Springfield c1652, his stepsister Sarah Bloomfield.
1631 Simon Sackett the colonist arrived Newtown, Mass, with wife Isabel and son Simon.
John Sackett, b. Newtown, Mass, 1632, d. Westfield 1719, son of Simon the colonist, m. Northampton, Mass, 1659, Abigail Hannum.
1636 Simon the colonist's widow Isabel removed to Hartford, Conn, with two young sons and future husband William Bloomfield, as members of the Hooker congregation.
Before 1639 Isabel married, presumably in Hartford, William Bloomfield.
1641 Earliest record of John of New Haven: servant to Mrs Stolyon.
1644 John of New Haven swears oath of fidelity.
Lieut John Sackett of New Haven, soldier & glazier, b. NH 1653, d. NH 1703, son of John the colonist, m. c1686, Mary Woodin.
Jonathan Sackett of New Haven, b. NH 1655, d. NH 1727, son of John the colonist, m. NH 1718, Ruth Hotchkiss.
Capt Joseph Sackett, b. Springfield 1656, d. Newtown, Long Island, 1719, son of Simon Jr, m1. bef. 1678 Elizabeth Betts, m2. Anna ___, m3. 1711 Mercy (Whitehead) Betts.
Mary Sackett, b. NH 1657, daughter of John the colonist, m. NH 1719, Sergt Benjamin Bradley.
Isabel & William Bloomfield removed to Newtown, LI, in the late 1650s.
John Sackett & Abigail Hannum had 5 children at Northampton 1660 to 1669.
Lieut Joseph Sackett, b. NH 1660, d. 1729, son of John the colonist, m1. c1685, Anne, m2. NH 1710 Sarah Dennison.
Martha Sackett, b. NH 1662, d. NH 1726, daughter of John the colonist, m. NH 1687, Nathaniel Wooden.
Sarah Sackett, b. NH 1665, daughter of John the colonist, m. NH c1695, Samuel Alling.
John Sackett & Abigail Hannum had a house at Westfield by 1667 and settled there by 1670; they had 4 more children there 1672 to 1683.
Isabel died in Newtown, LI, in about 1682.