May Beatrice Sackett

(1886-1974)
FatherJohn Henry Sackett (1848-1890)
MotherMartha Jane Gratton (c 1855-1899)
May Beatrice Sackett, daughter of John Henry Sackett and Martha Jane Gratton, was born in Regent's Park, Pancras, MiddlesexG, on 5 September 1886.1,2 She died aged 88 in Pembroke, WalesG, in 19742 and was buried at St John's Church, Pembroke DockG, on 2 January 1975.3 She was unmarried.
     In 1891 May was living at The Orphans' Home, St George, Southwark, LondonG, and was recorded in the census as May B Sackett, an orphan, aged four and born at Regent's Park, Middlesex.4
     In 1901 she was living at The Orphans' Home, Astral Street, Southwark, LondonG, and was recorded as May Beatrice Sackett, a scholar, aged 14, and born at Regent's Park, London.5

 Notes & Citations

  1. GRO Indexes to Births, 1837 to date, "Dec qtr 1886. Sackett, May Beatrice. Mother: Gratton. Pancras. 1b:4."
  2. Website England & Wales Death Index, 1916–2005 (GRO Civil Registration Index) (Ancestry.com) (http://search.ancestry.co.uk/), "Dec qtr 1974. Sackett, May Beatrice, b. 5 Sep 1886. Pembroke. 24:2275."
  3. Burials Register, St John, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, digital image, Findmypast, "2 Jan 1975 May Beatrice Sackett, 25 St Teilos Road, Pembroke Dock, 88."
  4. 1891 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, RG12, piece 350, folio 132, p. 7, GSU roll 6095460
    The Orphans' Home, St George, Southwark, London
    May B Sackett, orphan, 4, b. Middlesex, Regent's Park.
  5. 1901 Census for England & Wales, 370/101
    Southwark, London (St George the Martyr)
    The Orphans' Home, Astral Street (198 girls)
    May Beatrice Sackett, 14, scholar, b. Regents Park, London.
Generation.TreeQ.3
Sackett line8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
Last Edited10 November 2016
 

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