Emma E Sacket

(c 1839-)
FatherDaniel Sacket (c 1803-1853)
MotherHarriet A Porter (1804-1875)
Emma E Sacket, daughter of Daniel Sacket and Harriet A Porter, was born in ConnecticutG in about 1839.1,2
     In 1850 Emma was living at Marine Settlement, Madison County, IllinoisG, in the household of her parents Daniel and Harriet, and was recorded in the census as Emma E Sacket, aged 11 and born in Connecticut.3
     In 1860 she was living in West St Paul, Dakota CountyG, in the household of Linus and Sarah Mathew, and was recorded as Emma Sackett, aged 22 and born in Connecticut. Her brother Charles, 17, and sister Cornelia, 28, were also in the household.4
Sackett lineGranddaughter of Jonathan Sacket
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Descendants of Daniel Sacket

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "2592. Emma Sacket."
  2. Census.
  3. 1850 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll M432_119, p. 556
    Marine Settlement, Madison, Illinois
    4/4
    Sacket, Daniel, 47, m, blacksmith, b. CT
    Sacket, Harriet, 44, f, b. CT
    Sacket, Harriet C., 17, f, b. CT
    Sacket, Emma E., 11, f, b. CT
    Sacket, Charles D., 8, m, b. IL.
  4. 1860 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll M653_568, p. 485, image 23, FHL film 803568
    West St Paul, Dakota County, Minnesota
    Linus M Mathew, 33, farmer, real estate $1,800, personal estate $500, b. CT
    Sarah A Mathew, 31, b. CT
    Bluford Mathew, 10, b. IL
    Edwin Mathew, 6, b. ME
    Thomas Mathew, 3, b. ME
    William Mathew, 1, b. ME
    Charles D Sackett, 17, b. IL
    Cornelia Sackett, 28, b. CT
    Emma Sackett, 22, b. CT.
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