Gilbert Henry Sackett
|Father||Frank Sackett (1848-1897)|
|Mother||Clara Jane L Griffiths (1864-1940)|
In 1901 Gilbert was living at 1 Madiera Villas, Snakes Lanes, Woodford, EssexG, in the household of his widowed mother Clara, and was recorded in the census as Gilbert Sackett, aged six, and born in Woodford.2
Gilbert visited New York in 1916, making the return journey as a second-class passenger on the St Paul. He was at that time a clerk, aged 21, living at 625 Cathcart Hill, Tufnell Park, London.3
Gilbert served in the British Army during the First World War as a Second Lieutenant in the Labour Corps. He relinquished his commission on account of ill-health in 1919.4
Notes & Citations
- GRO Indexes to Births, 1837 to date, "Mar qtr 1895. Sackett, Gilbert Henry. Mother: Griffiths. W Ham. 4a:381."
- 1901 Census for England & Wales, 1635/79
1 Madiera Villas, Snakes Lanes, Woodford (St Paul's) (5+ rooms)
Clara Sackett, head, widow, 37, dressmaker, own account at home, b. Liverpool
Gilbert Sackett, son, 6, b. Woodford
Ethel Sackett, dau, 16, b. Woodford
Annie Bush, serv, single, 21, general servant domestic, b. Woodford
Carl Philipson, boarder, single, 30, wine merchant, employer, b. Germany.
- "UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878–1960", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Gilbert Sackett, 21, clerk, British, "St Paul" 2nd class, arr. 27 Mar 1916 Liverpool, from New York, UK address 625 Cathcart Hill, Tufnell Park, London, last permanent residence USA, intended permanent residence England."
- "The London Gazette", digital image, Findmypast, 16 Aug 1917, p 8442, "Regular Forces. The undermentioned cadets to be temp. 2nd Lts. (attd.). Labour Corps. 15 July 1917. Gilbert Henry Sackett."
9 Dec 1919, p 15274, "Infantry, Labour Corps. Temp. 2nd Lt. G. H. Sackett relinquishes his commsission on account of ill-health, 1 Nov. 1919, and retains the rank of 2nd Lt."
|Appears in||Sacketts in the Military|
|Sackett line||4th great-grandson of Richard Sackett of South Weald, Essex|
|Charts||Line 6 (English)|
|Last Edited||28 Jun 2020|