Dora Amy Sackett

FatherHorace Arthur Sackett (1871-1955)
MotherLouisa Brampton (c 1876-1942)
Birth1897, Hackney, LondonG,1,2
Baptism1897, Dalston, LondonG,3
Death1949, HackneyG,4,5
Dora Amy Sackett, daughter of Horace Arthur Sackett and Louisa Brampton, was born in Hackney, LondonG, on 11 August 18971,2 and baptized at St Philip's Church, Dalston, LondonG, on 14 November 1897.3 She died aged 51 at Hackney Hospital, HackneyG, on 12 February 1949.4,5 She was unmarried.
     In 1901 Dora was living at 4 Montague Road, Dalston, Hackney, LondonG, in the household of her parents Horace and Louisa, and was recorded in the census as Dora A Sackett, aged three and born in Hackney.6
     Dora attended Sigdon Road School, HackneyG, from 28 August 1905. The family were then living at 4 Montague Road.7
     In 1911 she was living at 4 Montague Road, HackneyG, in the household of her parents Horace and Louisa, and was recorded as Dora Amy Sackett, a schoolgirl, aged 13½ and born in Hackney.8
     In 1921 she was living at 4 Montague Road, HackneyG, in the household of her parents Horace and Louisa, and was recorded as Dora Sackett, a stenographer, aged 23.9
     Administration of Dora's estate was granted on 25 March 1949 to her father Horace. Her estate was valued at £1,613.10

 Notes & Citations

  1. General Register Office, Online Index to Births, "Sep qtr 1897. Sackett, Dora Amy. Mother: Brampton. Hackney. 1b:572."
  2. School record.
  3. Baptisms Register, St Philip, Dalston, London (image on, "14 Nov 1897 Dora Amy Sackett, b. 11 Aug 1897, d. Horace Arthur & Louisa Sackett, of 150 Graham Rd, cabinet maker."
  4. General Register Office, Online Index to Deaths, "Mar qtr 1949. Sackett, Dora A, 50. Hackney."
  5. Probate record.
  6. 1901 England census, 216/75
    Hackney, London
    4 Montague Road, Dalston (4 rooms)
    Horace A Sackett, head, married, 29, side board maker, working employer, b. Shoreditch, London
    Louisa Sackett, wife, 25, b. Hackney, London
    Dora A Sackett, dau, 3, b. Hackney
    Hilda Sackett, dau, 1, b. Hackney.
  7. "London, England, School Admissions and Discharges, 1840–1911" (Ancestry image), Sigdon Road School, Hackney, "adm no 3049, 28 Aug 1905, Dora Sackett, parents/guardian: John, of 4 Montague Rd, b. 11 Aug 1897."
  8. 1911 England census, 4 Montague Rd, Hackney, London NE
    7 rooms
    Horace Arthur Sackett, head, 39, married, cabinet making, sideboards, employer, b. Hackney
    Louisa Sackett, wife 35½, m. 14½y, 3 ch, all living, b. Hackney
    Dora Amy Sackett, dau, 13½, school, b. Hackney
    Hilda Louise Sackett, dau, 10 2/3, school, b. Hackney
    Ethel Winifred Sackett, dau, 9 2/3, school, b. Hackney.
  9. 1921 England census, 4 Montague Road, Hackney, London, Middlesex
    8 rooms
    Horace Arthur Sackett, head, 49y 8m, married, b. Shoreditch, Middlesex, cabinet maker, employer, Redford St, Kingsland
    Louisa Sackett, wife, 45y 9m, married, b. Hackney, house keeping
    Dora Sackett, daughter, 23y 10m, single, b. Hackney, stenographer, Erik Fernshaw, paper makers agent, 171 Queen Victoria Street
    Hilda Sackett, daughter, 22y 1m, single, b. Hackney, book keeper, unemployed
    Ethel W Sackett, daughter, 19y 11m, single, b. Hackney, stenographer, Wm Owen & Co Insurance Assessors, 7 Queen Victoria Street.
  10. "England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills & Administrations), 1858–1995" (Ancestry image), "Sackett Dora Amy of 4 Montague-road Dalston London spinster died 12 February 1949 at Hackney Hospital London Administration London 25 March to Horace Arthur Sackett retired furniture manufacturer. Effects £1613 11s. 8d."
Sackett line4th great-granddaughter of Martin Sackett of Childerditch
ChartsLine 7 (English)
Last Edited13 Nov 2022

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