Frances Sackett

(c 1819-)
FatherColonel Orange Sackett (1796-1877)
MotherAmanda Minerva Sheldon (c 1800-1880)
Frances Sackett, daughter of Colonel Orange Sackett and Amanda Minerva Sheldon, was born in New York StateG in about 1819.1,2 She married in October 1850, Daniel Lacy, son of Ephraim Lacy and Mary Dickinson.3 Daniel was born in Caledonia, Livingston County, New York StateG, in 1827.3
     In 1850 Frances was living in York, Livingston County, New York StateG, in the household of her parents Orange and (Amanda) Minerva, and was recorded in the census as Frances Sacket, aged 31 and born in New York.4

Children of Frances Sackett and Daniel Lacy

  • Harriet Lacy b. 18 Jun 1856, d. 7 Oct 1947
  • Samuel Sackett Lacy b. May 1858, d. 1931
  • John J Lacy b. 20 Apr 1862, d. 25 Apr 1947
  • Frances V Z Lacy b. 13 Apr 1864, d. 10 Oct 1954
  • Harry D Lacy b. Aug 1868, d. 2 Aug 1926

Born in 1827, Daniel Lacy [son of Ephraim Lacy and Mary Dickinson] was thirty-eight years old in 1865, when he came to Avon, where he has resided ever since. In October, 1850, he married Frances Sackett, daughter of Colonel Orange Sackett and Amanda (Sheldon) Sackett. They have had five children—Harriet H., Samuel S., John J., Frances V. Z., and Harry D. Lacy. Harriet H. married George W. Carman, of Marine City, Mich; and they have five children—Ruth, Frances L., John L., Henry M. Stanley, Florence. Samuel S. married Lillian Stone, of Lima; and they live in Rochester. John J. married Emma E. Wallace, of Cattaraugus. Frances and Harry D. are at home.
     During his long residence in Avon Mr. Lacy has found time to devote to public service, and has held various reponsible public offices. He was Highway Commissioner at the building of the big bridge at Spencerport in 1877, has been Assessor five years in Caledonia and three years in the town of Avon. He was School Trustee at the time of the organization of the union free school, and held that position for eighteen years. Daniel Lacy cast his first Presidential vote in 1848 for Zachary Taylor, and has been a member of the Republican party from its formation. He is as consistent in his friendships as he is in his political views, and is a "good neighbor" as well as a public-spirited citizen.

Biographical Review of the Leading Citizens of Livingston and Wyoming Counties, New York, Biographical Review Publishing Company, Boston (1895), p 456

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "3906. Frances Sacket, m. Daniel Lacy."
    "3906. Frances Sackett, daughter of (1525) Orange and Anna Maria Sheldon Sackett, was married to Daniel Lacey. Child. 6816. Hattie Lacey."
  2. Census.
  3. Biographical Review of the Leading Citizens of Livingston and Wyoming Counties, New York (Boston: Biographical Review Publishing Company, 1895).
  4. 1850 United States Federal Census, Roll M432_525, p. 294
    York, Livingston, New York
    Sacket, Orange, 54, m, farmer, b. Can [sic]
    Sacket, Minerva, 50, f, b. MA
    Sacket, Jas, 25, m, b. NY
    Sacket, Sarah, 23, f, b. NY
    Sacket, Frances, 31, f, b. NY
    Sacket, Saml, 19, m, b. NY
    Sacket, Cornelia, 16, f, b. NY
    Sacket, Orange, 13, m, b. NY
    Sacket, Minerva, 10, f, b. NY.
Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Descendants of Orange Sackett
Last Edited25 Nov 2020
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
3715 Frances Sackett

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