Thomas J Sacket

(1840-)
FatherEnoch Sacket (c 1805-1863)
MotherCelestia Doane (c 1814-1874)
Thomas J Sacket, son of Enoch Sacket and Celestia Doane, was born in MassachusettsG on 18 May 1840.1,2 He married in Westfield, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, on 27 December 1871, Mary Elisabeth Moseley.3
     In 1850 Thomas was living in WestfieldG in the household of his parents Enoch and Celestia, and was recorded in the census as Thomas Sacket, aged ten and born in Massachusetts.4
     In 1860 he was living in WestfieldG in the household of his parents Enoch and Celestia, and was recorded as Thomas J Sacket, a farm laborer, aged 20.5
     In 1870 he was living in WestfieldG in the household of his brother James, a farmer, and was recorded as Thomas Sackett, a farmer, aged 30.6
     Thomas was named as a beneficiary in the will of his great-aunt Harriet Sacket made in WestfieldG on 29 October 1849. He was left a sum of $100 but, following Harriet's death some years later in 1875 and the realisation of her assets, the sum actually inherited was $250.7
     In 1880 he was living in WestfieldG and was recorded as Thomas Sackett, a butcher, head of household, married, aged 40. Living with him was his wife Mary E, aged 33.8

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "2701. Thomas J. Sacket, m. Elisabeth Mosely."
  2. Thurmon King's database.
  3. Vital Records, Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, v236, p62, marriage "Dec 27, 1871, Thos J Sackett, of Westfield, 31, soda manfr, b. Westfield, s. Enoch & Celestia, first m., & Mary E Mosley, of Westfield, 24, b. Westfield, d. Azariah & Eliza, first m. Married by Henry Hopkins, Clergyman."
  4. 1850 US census, database, LDS, FamilySearch, M432_318/221
    Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts
    Enoch Sacket, 44, farmer, $2,000, b. MA
    Celestia Sacket, 36, b. MA
    Lucy M Sacket, 12, b. MA
    Thomas Sacket, 10, b. MA
    James Sacket, 7, b. MA
    Lydia Sacket, 5, b. MA
    Ella/Etta Sacket, 2, b. MA
    Wm Mott, 26, b. MA.
  5. 1860 Census for United States, M653_502/911/105 (KR)
    Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
    June 18, 1860, Westfield Post Office
    Enoch Sacket, 53, farmer, $5,000, $1,500, b. Mass
    Celestia Sacket, 46, b. Mass
    Lucy M Sacket, 22, house work, b. Mass
    Thomas J Sacket, 20, farm laborer, b. Mass
    James M Sacket, 18, farm laborer, b. Mass
    Lydia E Sacket, 15, high school student, b. Mass
    Ella C Sacket, 12, b. Mass
    Fannie J, Sacket, 3, b. Mass
    William Flagg, 30, farm laborer, b. Conn.
  6. 1870 Census for United States, M593_619/417/154/677/968 (KR)
    Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
    July 7, 1870 Westfield Post Office
    Sackett, Cabel, 54, farmer, $2,000, $600, b. Mass
    Sackett, Jerusilia, 52, female, keeping house, b. Mass
    Sackett, Frank, 12, attending school, b. Mass
    M593_619/417/154/678/969
    Sackett, James, 26, farmer, $2,500, $800, b. Mass
    Sackett, Thomas, 30, farmer, b. Mass
    Sackett, Cylsta, 53, female, keeping house, b. Mass
    Sackett, Liddie, 25, dress making, b. Mass
    Sackett, Ella, 33, dress making, b. Mass
    Sackett, Fanny, 13, attending school, b. Mass.
  7. "Massachusetts, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1635-1991", digital image, Ancestry.com.
  8. 1880 US census, database, LDS, FamilySearch, FHL 1254535, NA T9-0535/35D(2) (TEK)
    Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
    Thomas Sackett, head, married, 40, b. MA, butcher, father b. MA, mother b. MA
    Mary E Sackett, wife, 33, b. MA, keeping house, father b. MA, mother b. MA.
Sackett line7th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Generation.Tree8P.3
Last Edited2 Dec 2021
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
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