Orange Sackett

FatherHomer Skiff Sackett (1838-1899)
MotherCharrie E Strong (c 1839-1890)
Orange Sackett, son of Homer Skiff Sackett and Charrie E Strong, was born in ConnecticutG on 30 November 1878.1,2 He died aged 57 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, MichiganG, on 31 May 1936 and was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Grand RapidsG.3 He married Lulu V Johnson.1
     In 1880 Orange was living in Kent (later Warren), Litchfield CountyG, in the household of his parents Homer and Charrie, and was recorded in the census as Orange Sackett, aged one and born in Connecticut.4

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, 6852. Orange Sackett, b. Nov. 30, 1878; m. Lulu V. Johnson.
  2. Census.
  3. "Michigan Death Records 1867–1952" (Ancestry image), "Sackett, Orange, d. 343 Eastern Ave SE, Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, 31 May 1936, aged 57-6-1, driver, married, b. Warren, Conn, 30 Nov 1878, cause bronchial pneumonia, nature of infection not revealed by xray nor laboratory, maybe fungal infection, wife Lulu V Sackett, father Homer Sackett b. CT, mother Charrie Strong b. CT, informant Mrs Lulu V Sackett, bur. Oak Hill Cemetery, 2 Jun 1936."
  4. 1880 United States Federal Census, Roll 101, p 327C, Enumeration District 018
    Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut
    Sackett, Homer S., head, 41, farmer, b. CT, father b. CT, mother b. CT
    Sackett, Charry, wife, 40, keeping house, b. CT, father b. CT, mother b. CT
    Sackett, Edward, son, 10, at school, b. CT, father b. CT, mother b. CT
    Sackett, Flora, daughter, 9, at school, b. CT, father b. CT, mother b. CT
    Sackett, Orange, son, 1, b. CT, father b. CT, mother b. CT.
Sackett line8th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Descendants of Homer Sackett
Last Edited31 Jul 2022

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