Francis Raymond Sackett

(1922-2001)
FatherTimothy Patrick Sackett (1893-1957)
MotherMatilda Louisa Le Beau (1896-1971)
Francis Raymond Sackett, son of Timothy Patrick Sackett and Matilda Louisa Le Beau, was born in St Olave Bermondsey, LondonG, on 17 May 1922.1,2 He died aged 78 in Bromley, KentG, in January 2001.3 He married in 1952, Gladys Violet Durham.
     At the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939, Francis was living at 66 St James Road, Bermondsey, LondonG, with his parents. He was a fruit salesman.4

Children of Francis Raymond Sackett

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 Notes & Citations

  1. GRO Indexes to Births, 1837 to date (National Archives), "Jun qtr 1922. Sackett, Francis R (mother's maiden name: Le Beau). St Olave."
  2. 1939 Register.
  3. "England & Wales deaths 1837–2006", database, Findmypast, "Jan 2001. Sackett, Francis Raymond, b. 17 May 1922. Bromley. 2221D:D38;258:101."
  4. "1939 Register", UK, digital image, Findmypast, Sackett household, 66 St James Road, Bermondsey, London: RG101/0043B/002/1, Timothy Sackett, b. 7 May 1893, married, shopkeeper greengrocery; RG101/0043B/002/2, Matilda L Sackett, b. 3 Feb 1896, married, unpaid domestic duties; Francis R Sackett, b. 17 May 1922, single, fruit salesman; Henry A Sackett, b. 4 Jan 1916, married, fruit salesman; RG101/0043B/002/5, Beatrice L Sackett, b. 15 Nov 1912, married, factory worker tinned foods; RG101/0043B/002/6, Robert T Hunt, b. 1908, married, chemistry salesman.
Generation.TreeS.3
Sackett line10th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder
Last Edited6 January 2019
 

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