William Chapin Sackett

(1882-1924)
FatherFred C Sackett (1854-1929)
MotherCaroline M "Carrie" Dorrance (1859-1931)
William Chapin Sackett, son of Fred C Sackett and Caroline M "Carrie" Dorrance, was born on 26 March 1882.1,2 He died aged 42 in Albion, MichiganG, on 24 December 19242 and was buried at Riverside Cemetery, AlbionG.2 He married Pearl Essie Mott.1
     In 1900 William was living at Ingham, Albion City, Calhoun County, MichiganG, in the household of his parents Fred and Carrie, and was recorded in the census as William C Sackett, a grocery clerk, aged 18 and born in Michigan.3

Children of William Chapin Sackett and Pearl Essie Mott

Sackett line9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Susan Teagarden.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "9804. William C. Sackett, m. Pearl Mott."
  2. Thurmon King's database, 28280 William Chapin Sackett.
  3. 1900 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll 704, p. 9B
    Ingham, Albion City, Ward 2, Calhoun, Michigan
    Sackett, Fred C, head, b. Aug 1854, 45, m. 19y, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, clerk in dry goods, owned house on mortgage
    Sackett, Carrie M, wife, b. Jan 1858, 42, m. 19y, 2 ch, both living, b. IL, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Sackett, William C, son, b. Mar 1882, 18, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. IL, clerk in grocery
    Sackett, Cathern A, dau, b. Dec 1898, 1, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. IL.
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Last Edited26 March 2013
 

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