Elizabeth Paine Sackett
, daughter of General Frederic Moseley Sackett
and Emma Louisa Paine
, was born on 13 December 1870.1
She died aged 89 in Providence, Rhode IslandG
, on 23 April 1960 and was buried at Swan Point Cemetery, ProvidenceG
. She married on 18 June 1907, Lauriston Hartwell Hazard
, son of Captain Jeffrey Hazard
and Anna Hartwell
Lauriston was born in ProvidenceG
on 22 November 18662
and died aged 70 on 9 October 1937.2
Lauriston Hartwell Hazard was born in Providence, R. I., November 22, 1866, and is a 'true native son', one of the city's successful business men. He was educated in private schools, Providence High School, and Brown University, receiving his Bachelor's degree from Brown with the graduating class of 1889. The business in which his honored father was engaged appealed to him, and immediately after leaving the University he entered the employ of the cotton brokerage firm, Hazard & Chapin. When in 1904 the business was incorporated as the Hazard Cotton Company, he was elected treasurer, a post he has most ably filled for fourteen years. The company is an important factor in the cotton market, has widely-extended connections and transacts a large business. In club and social life Mr. Hazard is very popular, belonging to the Agawam Hunt Club, Providence Art Club, and Hope Club, of which he is president, and to the Squantum Association. His favorite philanthropy is the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, of which he is an ex-president, and since 1913 he has been a trustee of Butler Hospital. Member of Rhode Island Board of Parole, appointed by Governor Beeckman, when the board was instituted. He is a vestryman of Grace Protestant Episcopal Church, an office his father also held, and in politics he is a Republican.
Mr. Hazard married, June 19, 1907, Elizabeth Paine Sackett, daughter of Adjutant-General Frederic Mosley and Emma Louise (Paine) Sackett, and a granddaughter of Adnah Sackett, who came to Providence when a lad, became head of the jewelry manufacturing firm Sackett, Davis & Company, and was one of the leading Democrats of the State and twice party candidate for Governor. Mr. and Mrs. Hazard are the parents of two daughters: Elizabeth and Marion.
—History of the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations