Lee Robert Sackett
|Father||Arden H Sackett1 (1837-1919)|
|Mother||Margaret Winters1 (1848-1927)|
Lee completed a World War I draft registration card on 5 June 1917. He was aged 30 and was living in PlymouthG. He was a self-employed painter.5
He served in Russia in the First World War as a cook in Company A, 310 Engineers (the Polar Bears), supporting the White Russians.2,6
Lee joined the Plymouth police force in 1933, and was promoted to chief of police in 1944. He held that post until his retirement in 1951.
|Appears in||Sacketts in the Military|
|Charts||Line 4 (American)|
Descendants of Arden H Sackett and Margaret Winters
Notes & Citations
- Thurmon King's database.
- Cemetery Transcription, Riverside Cemetery, Plymouth, Wayne County, Michigan (www.interment.net), "Sackett, Lee Robert, b. 9-10-1886, d. 12/17/1958, Cook Co. A. 310 Eng. World War I."
- Newspaper obituary.
- Cemetery Transcription, Riverside Cemetery, Plymouth, Wayne County, Michigan (www.interment.net), "Sackett, Mary Grace, bur. 7/14/1967, age: 75yr."
- "US, World War I draft registrations records 1917–1918", digital image, FamilySearch, Michigan, Wayne County no 4, Roll 1683039.
"No 82, Lee Robt Sackett, age 30, Plymouth, Mich., b. 10 Sep 1886, natural-born citizen, b. Nankin Twp, Mich, painter, self-employed at Plymouth, no dependents, single, Caucasian, no military service, no exemptions claimed, Registrant: short ht, medium build, blue eyes, l. brown hair, not bald, no disabilities. Reg Plymouth Twp, Wayne County, Michigan, 5 Jun 1917."
- Email from Len Sackett to Chris Sackett, 5 June 2006, "Lee Robert Sackett of Plymouth, Michigan (son of Arden). During WWI Lee served as a cook in Company A, 310 Engineers (the Polar Bears) in Russia supporting the White Russians."
|Sackett line||5th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven|
|Last Edited||29 February 2016|