Maria "Polly" Sackett

FatherRichard Sackett (1751-1778)
MotherChloe Atherton
Marriage1793, Bolton, Tolland County, ConnecticutGEldad Skinner3
Maria "Polly" Sackett, daughter of Richard Sackett and Chloe Atherton, was born in 1772.1,2 She died aged 82 on 12 February 1854 and was buried at Old North Cemetery, Hartford, ConnecticutG.4,5 She married in Bolton, Tolland County, ConnecticutG, on 30 June 1793, Eldad Skinner.3 Eldad was born on 11 October 1769.2 He died aged 53 on 30 September 1823 and was buried at Old North Cemetery, HartfordG.5,6

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "1711. Miss ___ Sackett."
  2. Burial record.
  3. "Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630–1920" (Ancestry image), Bolton, Congregational, "Sacket, Polly, m. Eldad Skinner, 20 Jun 1793, by [Rev. George Colton]. 2:120."
  4. "Connecticut, Hale Cemetery Inscriptions and Newspaper Notices, 1629–1934" (Ancestry image), 20A:182, Burials, Old North Cemetery, Hartford, "Sacket, Maria, wife of Eldad Hinckley, b. 1772, died Feb 12, 1854, age 82, sec G, lot 924-5."
  5. Eldad and Maria Skinner were buried in the Hinckley plot. Their daughter Philinda Skinner married Asahel Hinckley. After Eldad's death, Maria came to live with Philinda and Asahel and was buried in their plot after she died. Eldad was originally buried in Vernon and later moved to be laid next to his wife. [From unsourced information, Find a Grave]
  6. Hale Collection, 20A:102, Burials, Old North Cemetery, Hartford, "Hinckley, Eldad S, husband of Maria Sacket, b. Oct 11, 1769, died Sept 30, 1823, age 53, sec G, lot 924-5."
Sackett lineGreat-granddaughter of Captain Richard Sackett of New York
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited4 May 2023

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