Roxana Dewey

(1783-)
FatherAsaph Dewey (1758-1833)
MotherPenelope Sacket (1761-1837)
Roxana Dewey, daughter of Asaph Dewey and Penelope Sacket, was born in Richmond, Berkshire County, MassachusettsG, on 13 October 1783.1,2 She married James Foote.1,2
Sackett line6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "1398. Roxana Dewey, b. Oct. 13, 1783; m. James Foote."
  2. Rollin H Cooke, Pittsfield Families, 3:51 "P.50, Dewey, Asaph, son David Dewey of Westfield & Rebecca Phelps, b. Feb 2 1758, Westfield, Mass., d. Jan 17 1833, Richmond, Mass., m. Mar 16 1783, Pittsfield (TR) to Penelope Sackett, dau. of Erastus Sackett & Elizabeth Leonard. She b. Jan 17 1761, Westfield, d. June 1 1837.
    He lived in Hancock and Richmond. He was a Revolutionary soldier.
    Children, b. Richmond: 1. Roxana, b. Oct 13 1783, m. James Foote; 2. Zelotes, b. 1785, m. Mehitable Roberts of Pittsfield or Dalton; 3. Asaph, b. Mar 7 1787, of Lenox, m. (pub Sept 4 1808), Sidney Howland of Pittsfield; 4. Erastus, b. Apr 15 1789, of Lenox, m. Mar 11 1813 (pub Mar 6 (TR)) to Matilda Millard of Pittsfield, dau. of Samuel Millard; 5. Lyman, b. 1791, m. Phebe Burt of Pitts; 6. Jerusha, b. 1793, m. Joseph Howland Jr.; 7. Elias, b. July 5 1794, of Richmond, m. Mar 26 1818 (pub Mar 11) to Nancy Wood of Pittsfield; 8. Solomon S., b. Oct 13 1799, of Richmond, m. Apr 28 1828 (pub Apr 8) to Polly Wood of Pittsfield.
    Elias & Solomon both m. 2d. Lyman Dewey & Mrs Phebe adm. chh. 1840, dism. ___."
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