Lydia Sackett

FatherBenjamin Sackett (1762-1844)
MotherBetty Eldred (c 1761-1819)
Lydia Sackett, daughter of Benjamin Sackett and Betty Eldred, was born on 1 November 17901 and baptized at the Congregational Church of Christ, Warren, Litchfield County, ConnecticutG, on 29 June 1800.2 She died on 23 February 1872.1 She married at WarrenG on 30 November 1815, Erastus Chidester, son of William Chidester and Martha Carter.1,3

Children of Lydia Sackett and Erastus Chidester

  • Clark Sackett Chidester
  • Caroline Chidester
  • Julius Chidester
  • Martha Chidester
  • William Norvale Chidester

1504. Lydia Sacket, 1790–18__, daughter of (655) Benjamin and Betsey Eldred Sacket, was married in Nov., 1815, to Erastus Chidester, son of William Chidester and Martha Carter.
3790. Clark Sackett Chidester.
3791. Caroline Chidester, m. ___ Reader.
3792. Julius Chidester.
3793. Martha Chidester, m. ___ Beardsley.
3794. William Norval Chidester, d. in infancy.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "1504. Lydia Sacket, b. Nov. 1, 1790, d. July 23, 1812 [sic: 23 Feb 1872]; m. Erastus Chidchester."
  2. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), Church of Christ, Warren, "Sackett, Lydia, Justus, Myron, Symmons, Clark, Moses, Joanna & Benjamin, children of Benj(ami)n & w., bp. 29 Jun 1800. 2:42."
  3. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, Church of Christ, Warren, "Sackett, Lydia, m. Erastus Chittester, 30 Nov 1815. 2:23a."
Sackett line6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited9 Apr 2022

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