Arthur Russell Sackett

FatherGeorge Edward Sackett (1842-1921)
MotherMartha Anne Cochrane (c 1842-1880)
Birth1877, Egremont, Grey County, OntarioG,1
Arthur Russell Sackett, son of George Edward Sackett and Martha Anne Cochrane, was born in Egremont, Grey County, Ontario, CanadaG, on 28 October 1877.1 He died aged about 16 in 1894.2
     In 1881 Arthur was living in EgremontG in the household of his parents George and Martha, and was recorded in the census as Arthur Rusell Sacket, aged four and born in Ontario.3
     The Haw Genealogy records that, "A Dundalk newspaper of 1894 reported that Russell took suddenly ill while visiting his brother. Three days later, he was taken to his father's home, three miles distant, where a doctor attended to him daily, but he died one week later, on the 10th of an unrecorded month. He had been a strong healthy boy and the nature of his illness is described only as "Inflamation". Burial took place at Priceville, in Grey County, Ontario."

 Notes & Citations

  1. "Ontario, Canada, Births, 1832–1914" (Ancestry image), "Egremont, Grey County, 28 Oct 1877, Arthur Russel Sackett, s. of George E Sackett & Martha Ann Cochrane, father a farmer, of Egremont, informant George Sackett, reg. 15 Dec 1877."
  2. Alden Robinson Haw, The Genealogy of Joseph Haw (1781–1867) (, Dec 1969 limited edition typescript in possession of Heather D Jones).
  3. 1881 Canada census, FHL 1375896 NA C-13260/154/E/3/36/158
    Egremont, Grey South, Ontario
    George Sackett, married, Irish, 39, b. Nova Scotia, farmer, Baptist
    Martha Anne Sackett, married, Irish, 39, b. Ontario, Baptist
    Mary A Sackett, Irish, 15, b. Ontario, Baptist
    William George Sackett, Irish, 12, b. Ontario, Baptist
    Arthur Rusell Sackett, Irish, 4, b. Ontario, Baptist.
Sackett line5th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Last Edited8 Nov 2020

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