Arden H Sackett1
|Father||Clark Sackett2 (1809-before 1839)|
|Mother||Fanny Firster2 (1819-1844)|
Arden Sackett served from 1862 to 1865 in the American Civil War as a Corporal in the 20th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, of the Union Army. He was wounded during the Siege of Petersburg in 1865.4,5
Children of Arden H Sackett and Margaret Winters
|Sackett line||4th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven|
|See also||Thurmon King's Database, 15814|
|Appears in||Sacketts in the Military|
|Charts||Line 4 (American)|
Descendants of Arden H Sackett and Margaret Winters
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, not recorded.
- Thurmon King's database.
- "Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867–1952", digital image, Ancestry.com, "13 Apr 1877, at Ypsilanti Town, Washtenaw, Michigan, Arden Sackett, 40, of Ypsilanti, b. London, Monroe Co, farmer; to Margaret Winters, 27, of Ypsilanti, b. Scotland. By E ? Goodrich, Minister of the Gospel. Witnesses: Robert Young of Augusta, Alice Kelly of Ypsilanti."
- Website American Civil War database (National Park Service) (www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/index.html), "Sacket, Ardin, Union, 20th Regiment, Michigan Infantry."
- Email from Len Sackett to Chris Sackett, 5 June 2006, "On August 19, 1862, at the age of 24 years while living in Pittsfield, Michigan, he enlisted in Company H of the 20th Regiment Michigan Infantry. He lost two fingers to a musket ball (amputated) during the seige of Petersburg, VA, on March 20, 1865, and was discharged from service on June 10, 1865 and sent home. His final service rank was corporal."
|Last Edited||11 March 2018|