Lydia Margaret Sackett1

(1871-1945)
FatherJohn Benjamin Sackett2 (c 1828-1879)
MotherElizabeth Bandy2 (1834-1901)
Lydia Margaret Sackett, daughter of John Benjamin Sackett and Elizabeth Bandy, was born in IndianaG on 3 June 1871.2 She died in Terre Haute, Vigo County, IndianaG, on 24 February 1945.2 She was buried in the Cottage Hill Cemetery, Brazil, IndianaG.2 She married at Clay County, IndianaG, on 4 April 1887, Charles Wesley Brill, son of Heinrich "Henry" Brill and Catherine Elizabeth Tulley.2
     In 1880 Lydia was living in Harmony, Clay County, IndianaG, in the household of her widowed mother Elizabeth, and was recorded in the census as Lydia M Sackett, aged ten and born in Indiana.3

Children of Lydia Margaret Sackett and Charles Wesley Brill

Sackett Family Association descendants
Eugene Venne.
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, not recorded.
  2. Email from Eugene Venne to Sackett List.
  3. 1880 US census, database, LDS, FamilySearch, Harmony, Clay, Indiana
    Elizabeth Sackett, head, widow, 44, b. IN, keeps house, father b. VA, mother b. VA
    Francis A. Sackett, dau, single, 21, b. IN, at home, father b. IN, mother b. IN
    William Sackett, son, single, 19, b. IN, farmer, father b. IN, mother b. IN
    Mary E. Sackett, dau, single, 17, b. IN, at home, father b. IN, mother b. IN
    Laura E. Sackett, dau, 14, b. IN, at home, father b. IN, mother b. IN
    James O. Sackett, son, 12, b. IN, at home, father b. IN, mother b. IN
    Lydia M. Sackett, dau, 10, b. IN, at home, father b. IN, mother b. IN
    FHL 1254269 NA T9-0269/356C (TEK, TCS).
Generation.Tree9Q.3a
Sackett line8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
Last Edited1 February 2015
 

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