Marcus Sackett

(1830-1910)
FatherColonel Niram Sackett (1797-1869)
MotherCatherine Thorn (1806-1887)
Marcus Sackett, son of Colonel Niram Sackett and Catherine Thorn, was born in Irving, Chautauqua County, New York StateG, on 28 November 18301,2 and died aged 79 at Hanover, Chautauqua CountyG, on 19 June 1910.3 He married first in New York CityG on 16 June 1857, Henrietta Seaman, daughter of John N Seaman and Sarah A Mott.4 Henrietta died on 13 April 1876.5 He married second at Winnebago, IllinoisG, on 21 August 1877, Susan Marguerite (Grand Girard) Sloane, daughter of Philip Grand Girard and Catherine Ploncon, and widow of Rev S P Sloane.6,7 (An announcement in the New York Evening Post of 24 August 1877 states that the marriage took place at 286 Sackett Street [Brooklyn] on 22 August.) Susan was born in Cincinnati, OhioG, on 15 March 18378 and died aged 46 in Buffalo, New York StateG, in March 1883.9 He married third Nancy (Sloan) Ainsworth, daughter of James Sloan and Nancy Pangbourn, and widow of Joel Ainsworth.
Marcus Sackett was born at La Grange (now Irving), was educated at Fredonia Academy and at Albany Law School; was admitted to the bar at Albany in February, 1852; practiced law in Buffalo until 1861, went to New York City and there practiced from 1861 to 1881, when he gave up practice and moved to Buffalo. In 1884 he purchased what is now known as the Maple Lawn Farm, at Silver Creek, Chautauqua County, N. Y., on which he was residing in 1905.

—Weygant, The Sacketts of America

Child of Marcus Sackett and Henrietta Seaman

Child of Marcus Sackett and Susan Marguerite (Grand Girard) Sloane

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 Notes & Citations

  1. Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Heritage Books (1940), birth, "Marcus [s. Niram & Catherine (Thorn) Sackett], Nov. 28, 1830, Irving."
  2. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "4375. Marcus Sackett, b. Nov. 28, 1830; m. 1st, Henrietta Seaman."
  3. Cemetery Records, Evergreen Lawn Cemetery, Hanover, Chautauqua County, New York, "Marcus Sackett, June 19 1910, Lot 212."
  4. Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Heritage Books (1940), marriage, "Sackett, Marcus, son of Niram, and Henrietta Seaman, June 16, 1867, New York City." [Note: There is mismatch in the dates in the family bible with the date of birth of Marcus and Henrietta's son John Seaman Sackett being given as 3 June 1858. It would appear that the marriage date was 1857, not 1867.]
  5. Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Heritage Books (1940), death, "Sackett, Henrietta, w of Marcus, Apr. 13, 1876."
  6. Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Heritage Books (1940), marriage, "Grand Girard, Susan M., widow of Rev. S.P.Sloane, and Marcus Sackett at Winnebago, Ill., Aug. 21, 1777. (Evidently in error, 1877 would fit other dates). [The note of the error appears in the book]."
  7. "New York, Marriage Newspaper Extracts, 1801–1880 (Barber Collection)", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Friday, August 24, 1877. Aug 22, 286 Sackett St, Rev T R Hewlett: Marcus Sackett of Bklyn to Mrs S M G Sloan of Williamsburgh."
  8. Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Heritage Books (1940), birth, "Susan Marguerite [d. Philip Grand Girard & Catherine Ploncon], Mar. 15, 1837, in Cincinnati, Ohio."
  9. Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Heritage Books (1940), death, "Sackett, Susan M.G., Mar., 1883, Buffalo."
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Sackett line4th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven
Last Edited5 February 2017
 

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