|Mother||Martha Sackett (1853-1873)|
In 1871 Emma was living at 70 King Street, Margate, KentG, and was recorded in the census as Emma Sackett, a boarder, aged 11 months and born in Margate, in the household of Thomas Sackett. Emma may have been an illegitimate daughter of Thomas's daughter Martha, also in the household.2
In 1881 Emma was living at the Isle of Thanet Union Workhouse, Minster in Thanet, KentG, and was recorded in the census as Emma Sackett, a scholar, inmate, aged 11, and born in Margate. Also in the workhouse was William Sackett, aged nine, assumed to have been her brother.3
Notes & Citations
- GRO Indexes to Births, 1837 to date, "Jun qtr 1870. Sackett, Emma. [Mother not named: assume registered in mother's surname.] Thanet. 2a:792."
- 1871 Census for England & Wales, RG10/992/f88v
70 King St, Margate, Holy Trinity
Thomas Sackett, head, married, 46, carrier & c, b. Kent, Margate
Mary A Sackett, wife, 45, b. Kent, Ramsgate
Thomas Sackett, son, unmarried, 22, gas fitter, b. Kent, Ramsgate
George Sackett, son, unmarried, 19, plasterer, b. Kent, Margate
Martha Sackett, dau, unmarried, 17, b. Kent, Margate
Elizabeth M Sackett, dau, 16, b. Kent, Margate
Catherine Sackett, dau, 14, scholar, b. Kent, Margate
George Writnell, boarder, 5, scholar, b. Kent, Margate
Emma Sackett, boarder, 11m, b. Kent, Margate.
- 1881 Census for England & Wales, FHL 1341233, PRO RG11/0983/126/5
Minster in Thanet, Kent
Isle of Thanet Union Workhouse, Minster
Emma Sackett, inmate, 11, b. Margate, Kent, scholar
William Sackett, inmate, 9, b. Margate, scholar.
|Sackett line||8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Charts||Line 3 (English)|
|Last Edited||16 Nov 2016|