Catherine Laura Sackett

FatherWilliam Smith Sackett (1880-1965)
MotherLaura Catherine McKenna (c 1883-before 1928)
Catherine Laura Sackett, daughter of William Smith Sackett and Laura Catherine McKenna, was born at 2 St Stephen's Place, St Jacques, St Peter Port, GuernseyG, on 11 January 1907.1 She died aged 97 in Beverley, YorkshireG, on 23 January 2004.2,3,4 She was unmarried.
     At the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939, Catherine was living at 54 High Street, Goole, YorkshireG. She was a school teacher.5

 Notes & Citations

  1. Register of Births, Guernsey (Guernsey Greffe, Royal Court House), 186/18, "11 January 1907 Catherine Laura d. William Smith Sackett & Laura Catherine McKenna, b. at 2 St Stephen's Place, St Jacques. Father's occupation: jardinier."
  2. Letter from Gwen Long, to Chris Sackett, dated unknown date , Telephone 1 Feb 2004. Gwen Long, goddaughter of Catherine Sackett.
  3. Hull Daily Mail (Yorkshire), digital image, iannounce (, 30 January 2004, "Obituary. Sackett.— Catherine (Cath). Of Beverley, in Hull Royal Infirmary on 23rd January 2004 shortly after celebrating her 97th birthday. Friend of many and a dedicated supporter of Girl Guiding, The Red Cross, and many other charities. Service of Thanksgiving will be held after a private cremation on Wednesday 4th February at 10.45 am at Toll Gavel Methodist Church, Beverley."
  4. "England & Wales deaths 1837–2006", database, Findmypast, "Jan 2004. Sackett, Catherine Laura, b. 11 Jan 1907. Hull. 550/1:B79A:227:104."
  5. "1939 Register", digital image, Findmypast, Hotchin household, 54 High Street, Goole R D, Yorkshire (West Riding): Thomas H Hotchin, b. 1887, married, master tailor; Maud Hotchin, b. 1883, married, unpaid domestic duties; Catherine L Sackett, b. 11 Jan 1907, single, school teacher.
Sackett line9th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsDescendants of Jabez Sackett
Last Edited14 Mar 2016

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