Albee P Sackett

(1853-1900)
FatherHarrison P Sackett (c 1813-1872)
MotherCaroline Matthews
Albee P Sackett, farmer, son of Harrison P Sackett and Caroline Matthews, was born in Danbury, OhioG, on 4 November 1853.1,2 He died aged 46 in Barnsville, GeorgiaG, on 8 July 1900.1,3
Albee Sackett owned and conducted a fruit farm, and was an active member of the "Meadowbrook Fruit Company," which dealt extensively in southern fruit, their principal shipping point being Sandusky, Ohio. On June 20, 1900, he left Sandusky, accompanied by one of his partners, for the peach growing district of Barnesville, Ga., to superintend the gathering of crops they had purchased. While engaged in this undertaking a thunder storm came up and he was killed by lightning.

—Weygant, The Sacketts of America
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "7273. Albee P. Sackett, b. Nov. 4, 1853, d. July 9, 1900."
  2. Place of birth from death record.
  3. "Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854–1997", database, FamilySearch, citing film 475458, "Albi P. Sackett, 46, b. Danbury, O., single, farmer, d. Barnsville, Georgia, 8 Jul 1900, father H. P. Sackett, mother Cora Matthews."
Generation.Tree7273.9Q.3a
Sackett line3rd great-grandson of Capt Richard Sackett
Last Edited27 November 2011
 

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