Adda Pearl Sackett

(1877-)
FatherWilliam W Sackett (1835-1897)
MotherMary Jane Boyd
Adda Pearl Sackett, daughter of William W Sackett and Mary Jane Boyd, was born in Chenango County, New York StateG, on 6 August 1877.1
     Adda visited England in 1923, travelling with her twin sister Nellie from New York on the liner Aquitania and arriving at Southampton on 9 July 1923. They stayed at the First Avenue Hotel, London. They were then aged 45 and were both teachers.2 She visited England twice more, travelling on the Majestic from New York and arriving in Southampton on 9 July 19253, and again in 1930, arriving in Southampton from New York on the Olympic on 16 July 1930. She was accompanied on each of these visits by a teacher colleague, Mary Scott.4
Sackett line8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "5458f. Adda Pearl Sackett, b. Aug. 6, 1877."
  2. "UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878–1960", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Adda P Sackett, 45, teacher, USA citizen, Cunard Line Aquitania arr. 9 Jul 1923 Southampton, from New York, proposed address: First Ave Hotel, London
    Nellie M Sackett, 45, teacher, USA citizen, Cunard Line Aquitania arr. 9 Jul 1923 Southampton, from New York, proposed address: First Ave Hotel, London."
  3. "UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878–1960", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Adda Pearl Sackett, 47, teacher, USA citizen, Majestic 2nd class, arr. 9 Jul 1925 Southampton, from New York, UK address Bennetts Travel Tours, last permanent residence USA, [possibly travelling with Mary B Scott, 49, teacher, also with Bennetts Travel Tours]."
  4. "UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878–1960", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Adda Sackett, 52, teacher, USA citizen, Olympic arr. 16 Jul 1930 Southampton, from New York, last permanent residence USA [next line: Mary Scott, 54, teacher]."
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Last Edited21 April 2009
 

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