Damaris Sackett

(1635-1705)
FatherRev Stephen Sackett BA Oxf, MA Camb (1605-1678)
MotherAlice Frisby (1615-1647)
Damaris Sackett, daughter of Rev Stephen Sackett BA Oxf, MA Camb and Alice Frisby, was baptized at Blean, KentG, on 17 November 1635.1 She died aged about 70 and was buried at Chilham, KentG, on 26 October 1705.2 She married first at BleanG on 23 September 1659, James White, son of John White and Mary ___.3 James was baptized at West Hythe, KentG, on 24 August 1634.4 She married second at BleanG on 19 May 1678, Richard Whatman, a blacksmith.5
     Damaris was named as a beneficiary in her father's will made in BleanG on 9 December 1678. She was left a sum of 20 shillings.6

Children of Damaris Sackett and James White

Sackett line3rd great-granddaughter of William Sackett of St John in Thanet
ChartsLine 2 (English)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, Blean, Kent (Transcript), "17 November 1635 Damaris Sackett d. Stephen & Alice."
  2. Burials Register, St Mary, Chilham, Kent, database, Findmypast, "26 Oct 1705 Damaris Whatman."
  3. Marriages Register, Blean, Kent (Transcript), "23 September 1659 James White & Damaris Sackett."
  4. Baptisms Register, St Mary, West Hythe, Kent, database, FamilySearch, "24 Aug 1634 James White s. John White & Mary."
  5. Marriages Register, St Cosmos and St Damian, Blean, Kent, database, Findmypast, "19 May 1678 Richard Whatman, widower, blacksmith, of Chartham, Kent, & Damaris White, widow, of Canterbury, St George."
  6. Will of Stephen Sackett of Blean, Kent, 9 December 1678, proved at Canterbury Archdeaconry Court, 18 December 1678 (Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-74-254).
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Last Edited1 October 2019
 

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