|Father||Joseph S Sackett (1715/16-1798)|
|Mother||Sarah Vansant (1726-1796)|
Patience was named in her father's will (made on 21 October 1793 with a codicil dated 1 November 1794), the context implying that she had died by then. Her father made a bequest to his granddaughter Mary Kinsey in respect of goods he had lent to his daughter Patience and which were now in the possession of Mary's father, John Kinsey.1
Child of Patience Sackett and John Kinsey
- Mary Kinsey
Notes & Citations
- Will of Joseph Sackett of Wrightstown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 21 October 1793, proved, 27 March 1798 (Probate file 02837) (Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Abstracts of Wills, 1785-1825),
"Joseph Sackett, Wrightstown Twp., yeoman, 'far advanced in age.' October 21, 1793. Codicil November 1, 1794. Proved March 27, 1798.
Wife Sarah. Son Joseph, son-in-law Simon Bennitt and son-in-law Joshua Dungan, son of Joseph, exrs. Sons Simon and Joseph. Daus., Clauche, Rachel, Sarah, Elizabeth, Rebecca. Gddau. Mary Kinsey, 'Goods lent to Dau. Patience, and in possession of her father John Kinsey.' Land purchased of Joseph Wilkinson and John Watson. Do. adj. Garret Vansant and Samuel Kirk.
Wits: Isaac Chapman, Thomas Chapman, Sarah Chapman."
|See also||Thurmon King's Database, 14797|
|Sackett line||5th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Charts||Line 3a (American)|
|Last Edited||26 Jun 2021|