Fannie Bertine Sackett
|Father||Guernsey Sackett (1833-1892)|
|Mother||Gertrude Rebecca Bertine (1836-1900)|
In 1870 Fannie was living in New York CityG in the household of her parents Guernsey and Gertrude, and was recorded in the census as Fanny Sackett, aged two and born in New York.8
In 1880 she was living in Brooklyn, New York CityG, in the household of her parents Guernsey and Gertrude, and was recorded as Fannie Sackett, aged twelve.9
Fannie was named as a beneficiary in her mother's will made in Brooklyn, New York CityG, on 29 June 1892. She was to inherit, equally with her brother John, all real and personal estate. The will was proved on 23 May 1900.10
In 1900 she was living at Greene Avenue, BrooklynG, in the household of her husband Arthur Harrison, 27, a lawyer, and was recorded as Fanny S Harrison, aged 29 [actually 32]. There was also a female servant in the household.11
In 1910 she was living at Herkimer Street, BrooklynG, and was recorded as Fanny S Harrison, aged 38 [she was 41]. Her son, Arthur, 9, was living with her. They were boarding in the household of Lucy Lambert. There was also a female servant in the household.12
In 1920 she was living at Arlington Place, BrooklynG, and was recorded as Fannie S Harrison, head of household, aged 49 [actually 51], a widow. Her son Arthur, 19, was living with her. Also in the household was Lucy Lambert, 50, a lodger.13
One of the large Easter week weddings will be that of Miss Fannie Bertine Sackett, daughter of the late Guernsey Sackett, to Mr. Arthur Jewett Harrison, of the law firm of Warbasse & Harrison. The ceremony will be performed at the Church of the Incarnation, by the Rev. Dr. Bacchus, at half-after eight in the evening of April the twelfth, and will be followed by a reception at the home of the bride's mother, 477 Greene avenue. The bride's gown will be of white satin and point lace; the bridesmaids, Miss Sarah I. Kelly and Miss Mae Lang, will wear white organdie over pink silk, while Miss Marie J. Delatour, as flower girl, will appear in pink silk. The best man will be Mr. Frederick Goodrich Bagley, a well-known young lawyer of Buffalo; and the ushers, Mr. Benjamin A. Hawley, and his brother, Mr. Amos P. Hawley, both well-known in society on the Heights and Hill; Mr. George R. Sheldon, of the Heights, and Dr. James P. Warbasse, of the Hill, all boyhood friends of the groom. Mr. Harrison is a young lawyer, and attained some reputation as a speaker during the first "Reform" Democratic campaign, under Edward M. Shepherd, and was nominated Assemblyman at that time.
—Brooklyn Life, Brooklyn, New York, 2 Apr 1898, p 12
In the World of Society
Among the Easter week weddings will be that of Miss Fannie Bertine Sackett to Mr. Arthur Jewett Harrison. The ceremony will take place Tuesday evening, April the twelfth, at half-past eight in the Church of the Incarnation.
—Times Union, Brooklyn, New York, 2 Apr 1898, p 10
In the Church of the Incarnation, Brooklyn, last evening Miss Fannie Bertine Sackett, daughter of the late Guernsey Sackett of 477 Greene Avenue, and Arthur Jewett Harrison were married. The Rev. Dr. John G. Bacchus performed the ceremony. The maid of honor was Miss Marie Josephine Delatour. Miss Mae Luney and Miss Sarah Kelly were the bridesmaids. Frederick Bagley of Buffalo was best man."
—New York Times, 13 April 1898, p 7
One of the prettiest pink-and-white weddings of the season was that of Miss Fannie Bertine Sackett to Arthur Jewett Harrison, which took place last evening in the Church of the Incarnation, Gates and Franklin avenues. The ceremony was performed in an imposing manner by the Rev. J. G. Bacchus, pastor of the church, at 8:30 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Guernsey Sackett of 477 Greene avenue, and is prominent in Bedford district society, while the groom is a prosperous lawyer of this city. By the time set for the performance of the ceremony the church edifice was crowded with a fashionable assemblage of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Decorations on an elaborate scale added an indescribable beauty to the scene, the beautiful and fragrant groups of azaleas and other cut flowers being set off in artistic manner with stately palms and ferns. The bride, followed by her train, proceeded down the aisle, resting on the arm of her mother, she being attired in a white satin gown, with point lace trimmings and pearl ornaments, while her mother wore a black velvet dress with point lace trimmings. Miss Sackett's gown was surmounted by a tulle veil, caught up with a knot of orange blossoms and carried a large bouquet of white roses and lilies-of-the-valley. Miss Marie Josephine Delatour, the maid of honor, wore pink silk, and the bridesmaids, Miss Mae E. Lang and Sarah T. Kelley, organdy over silk. The ushers were Dr. James P. Warbasse, George R. Sheldon, Amos P. Haerley and Benjamin Haerley, and the best man Frederick Bagely, a lawyer from Buffalo. The bride was given away by her brother, John T. Sackett. After the ceremony the relatives and near friends repaired to the home of the bride, on Greene avenue, where a reception was held, and an abundant wedding breakfast was served. The many ornamental and useful presents received were displayed to good advantage in an upper room, and were admired by all. After the breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left the city on a ten days' trip to Washington, to reside on their return at the bride's home, where they will start housekeepiing. They have also decided to hold two receptions, May 3 and 10, for which extensive preparations will be made.
—Times Union, Brooklyn, New York, 13 Apr 1898, p 11.
Harrison—On December 8, 1901, Arthur Jewett Harrison, husband of Fannie Sackett Harrison.
Funeral services at his late residence, 477 Greene av, Brooklyn, on Wednesday, December 11, 1901, at 8 P.M. The members of Orion Lodge, F. and A. M., and of General Putnam Council, Royal Arcanum, are requested to attend. Interment at convenience of family.
—The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, New York, 9 Dec 1901, p 5
Arthur Jewett Harrison.
Arthur Jewett Harrison, who died at his residence, 477 Greene avenue, on December 8, after a lingering illness, was born in Brooklyn and resided here all his life. He was a lawyer of the firm of Warbasse & Harrison, Montague street, and had a large practice both in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Mr. Harrison was an athlete and was fond of all outdoor sports. He was up to two years ago a member of the Atlantic Yacht Club and the Knickerbocker Golf Club, and the owner of the sloop yacht Tiger. It is supposed that through undue exposure he contracted the troubles, which though anticipated for some time by his family, terminated in his death last Sunday. He was a member of Orion Lodge, F. and A.M., and of General Putnam Council, Royal Arcanum, whose members will take charge of the funeral services, which will be held from his late residence, December 11, at 8 P.M.
He is survived by his widow and one son. Interment will be in Amenia Cemetery, Dutchess County, N.Y.
—The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, New York, 10 Dec 1901, p 3.
Harrison—On Tuesday, March 11, 1924, Fannie S. Harrison of 137 Hicks St., daughter of the late Guernsey Sackett and beloved mother of Arthur Jewett Harrison. Funeral services at the Lefferts Place Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, near Grand Av., Brooklyn, Thursday, March 13, at 3:30 P.M. Interment at Amenia, N.Y."
—New York Times, 13 March 1924
Mrs. Fannie Sackett Harrison, widely known in women's club circles in Brooklyn and a member of the Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century, the Brooklyn Woman's Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution, died at her home, 137 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, on Tuesday. She was the widow of Arthur Jewett Harrison.
—New York Times, 14 Mar 1924.
Children of Fannie Bertine Sackett and Arthur Jewett Harrison
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "7582. Fannie B. Sackett, b. in 1868."
- Website Find a Grave.
- "New York, New York, Index to Death Certificates, 1862–1948", database, Ancestry.com, "Harrison, Fannie Sackett, d. 137 Hicks St (Mansion House), New York City, Brooklyn, New York, 11 Mar 1924, age 56, widowed, b. New York City, father Guernsey Sackett, mother Gertrude Sackett, executor son Arthur Harrison, cause tumor of brain (carcinoma), secondary to carcinoma of left breast, amputation in 1919, hemiplegia, bur. America Cemetery [presume error for Amenia Cemetery], New York, 14 Mar 1924."
- "New York, New York, Index to Death Certificates, 1862–1948", database, Ancestry.com, "Harrison, Arthur Jewett, d. 477 Greene Av, New York City, Brooklyn, New York, 8 Dec 1901, age 28, married, b. Brooklyn, New York, father Richard Curle Harrison, mother Nell Porter Harrison, cause phthisis pulmonalis, bur. Armenia N Y, 12 Dec 1901."
- 1870 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll M593_1029, p 162A, FHL film 552528
New York Ward 12 District 5 (2nd Enum), New York, New York
Sackett, Guernsey, 36, lawyer, b. NY
Sackett, Gertie, 34, b. NY
Sackett, Jno, 6, b. NY
Sackett, Fanny, 2, b. NY.
- 1880 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, FHL 1254841, NA T9-0841/418C
Brooklyn, Kings, New York, 14 Jun 1880
Guernsey Sackett, head, male, married, 44, b. NY, lawyer, father b. NY, mother b. NY
Gertrude Sackett, wife, married, 44, b. NY, keeping house, father b. NY, mother b. NY
John Sackett, son, 15, b. NY, school, father b. NY, mother b. NY
Fannie Sackett, dau, 12, b. NY, school, father b. NY, mother b. NY
Annie Keetnan, servant, single, white, 28, b. NY, domestic, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland.
- "New York, Wills and Probate Records, 1659–1999", digital image, Ancestry.com, Will of Gertrude R Sackett of Brooklyn, New York.
Date: 29 Jun 1892
Proved: Kings County, New York, 23 May 1900.
Son John T Sackett & daughter Fannie B Sackett, all real & personal estate equally.
Executors: Son John T Sackett & daughter Fannie B Sackett.
- 1900 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Page 4, Enumeration District 0388, FHL microfilm 1241060
Greene Avenue, Brooklyn Ward 23, Kings, New York, 4 Jun 1900
Harrison, Arthur J, head, b. Feb 1873, 27, m. 2y, counsellor at law, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. ME
Harrison, Fanny S, wife, b. Apr 1871, 29, m. 2y, 1 ch, 0 living, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY
Brown, Aliza, cousin, b. Oct 1840, 59, b. VA, father b. VA, mother b. VA
McGovern, Mary, servant, b. Nov 1876, 23, servant, b. Ireland, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland.
- 1910 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll T624_972, p 5B, Enumeration District 0604, FHL microfilm 1374985
Herkimer Street, Brooklyn Ward 23, Kings, New York, 18 Apr 1910
Lambert, Lucy, head, 40, single, own income, b. China, father b. France, mother b. England, home owned
Harrison, Fanny S, boarder, 38, wd, 1 ch, living, own income, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY
Harrison, Arthur, boarder, 9, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY
McNeive, Anne, servant, 22, servant, private, b. Ireland, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland.
- 1920 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll T625_1171, p 7A, Enumeration District 1062
Arlington Place, Brooklyn Assembly District 17, Kings, New York, 6 Jan 1920
Harrison, Fannie S, head, 49, wd, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, home rented
Harrison, Arthur J, son, 19, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY
Lambert, Lucy C, lodger, 50, b. China, father b. France, mother b. England.
|See also||Thurmon King's Database, 8958|
|Sackett line||5th great-granddaughter of John Sackett of New Haven|
|Charts||Line 4 (American)|
|Last Edited||14 Dec 2020|