Betty Jane Sackett

(1923-2013)
FatherIrving Dewitt Sackett (1895-1974)
MotherElizabeth Peters
Betty Jane Sackett
(1923–2013)
(Src: ObitForLife.com)
Betty Jane Sackett, daughter of Irving Dewitt Sackett and Elizabeth Peters, was born in Oil City, Venango County, PennsylvaniaG, on 24 February 1923.1 She died aged 90 in Girard, Erie County, PennsylvaniaG, on 24 September 20131 and was buried at Girard CemeteryG.1 She was unmarried.
     Betty was a 1942 graduate of Strong Vincent High School and was employed for many years at various banks in the Girard area. She was an avid photographer who had her own dark room. She was a member of Rosalind Rebekah Lodge #207 and of Girard United Methodist Church.
     In 1930 Betty was living at 36 South 2nd Street, Indiana Borough, Indiana County, PennsylvaniaG, in the household of her parents Irving and Elizabeth, and was recorded in the census as Betty Jane Sackett, aged seven and born in Pennsylvania.2
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Website Obits for Life.com (http://www.obitsforlife.com/).
  2. 1930 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll 2046, p. 25A, FHL 2341780
    36 South 2nd Street, Indiana Borough, Indiana County, Pennsylvania
    Sackett, Irving, head, house owned $4,000, 35, married, m. at 27, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, salesman, funeral supplies, WW veteran
    Sackett, Elizabeth, wife, 32, m. at 24, b. PA, father b. Eng, mother b. Eng
    Sackett, Betty Jane, dau, 7, b. PA, father b. NY, mother b. PA
    Sackett, Irving Jr, son, 4 9/12, b. PA, father b. NY, mother b. PA.
Generation.Tree11S.3a
Sackett line3rd great-granddaughter of Aaron Sackett
Last Edited20 October 2013
 

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