Stanley Sherman Sackett

(1875-1943)
FatherFrederick Plummer Sackett (1837-1905)
MotherSusan Earl (1843-1916)
Sherman Stanley Sackett
(1875–1943)
Stanley Sherman Sackett, son of Frederick Plummer Sackett and Susan Earl, was born in Pine Grove, Van Buren County, MichiganG, on 11 April 1875.1,2,3 He died aged 68 in Kalamazoo, MichiganG, on 29 April 19434 and was buried at Robinson Cemetery, Gobles, Van Buren CountyG.1,5 He married first in Gobleville, Van Buren CountyG, on 16 March 1904, Lena Frank Crosby, daughter of William S Crosby and Ella M "Ellie" Pike.1,6,7 Lena was born in MichiganG on 7 December 1884.8,9 They divorced at KalamazooG on 18 December 1915.10 Lena did not remarry. She died aged 93 in Detroit, MichiganG, on 23 June 197811,12 and was buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Allegan, MichiganG.13 He married second at Paw Paw, Van Buren CountyG, on 8 September 1917, Marvel Ruth (Hunt) Budrow, daughter of John Hunt and Lizzie Cornelia Overacker.1,14 Marvel was born in KalamazooG in 1893.13,15 They divorced at KalamazooG on 31 January 1930.16 Marvel later married Arthur Lewis Wurster. She died aged about 78 in Los Angeles, CaliforniaG, on 8 November 1971 and was buried at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles CountyG.13
     In 1880 Stanley was living in Pine Grove, Van Buren County, MichiganG, in the household of his parents Fred and Susan, and was recorded in the census as Stanley Sackett, aged five and born in Michigan.17
     In 1900 he was living in Pine GroveG and was recorded as Stanley S Sackett, a bookkeeper in a bank, aged 25. He was a boarder in the household of his future parents-in-law, William and Ellie Crosby. Stanley's future wife Lena, a schoolgirl aged 15, was also in the household.18
     In 1910 he was living at Exchange Street, Bloomingdale, Van Buren CountyG, and was recorded as Stanley S Sackett, owner of a bank, head of household, aged 35. He owned his home. Living with him were his wife Lena, 25, and their daughter, Elaine, aged one.19
     Stanley and Lena were listed in the KalamazooG City Directory in 1913 and 1914.20
     In 1920 Lena, now divorced, was living at John R Street, Detroit, Wayne County, MichiganG. She was a factory machine hand, head of household, aged 35, and described as a widow. She rented her home. Living with her were her daughters, Elaine, 12, and Helen, 8, and her widowed mother Ella Crosby, 62. There was also a male roomer in the household.21 In 1930 she was living in DetroitG. She was listed as Lena F Sackett, a cleaner in a tailor shop, head of household, a widow, aged 43. Her daughter Helen, 18, and widowed mother Ella Crosby, 69, were living with her.22
     Stanley completed a World War I draft registration card on 12 September 1918. He was aged 43 and was living at 510 East Walnut, Green Bay, Brown County, WisconsinG, with his wife Marvel. He was a salesman at the Kalamazoo Tank & Silo Company.23
     In 1920 he was living at Wellington Street, Waterloo, Black Hawk County, IowaG, and was recorded as Stanley Sackett, a manufacturer, head of household, aged 42. He rented his home. Living with him were his second wife, Marvel, 28, and their son, Stanley Jr, aged twelve months.24
     Stanley and Marvel were listed in the Kalamazoo City Directory from 1921. In that year and in 1922 Stanley was running the Blue Ribbon Ice Cream Company. By 1924, he had acquired a grocery and meat store from the Kalamazoo Cooperative Union), and by 1926 this had become Sackett's Food Store.25
     In 1930, following his divorce from Marvel, Stanley was living in Henrietta, Jackson County, MichiganG, and was recorded as Stanley Sackett, a salesman in a lumber yard, aged 54. He was a lodger in the household of Carl Styles, a farmer.26
     In 1930 Marvel was living at W South Street, Kalamazoo, MichiganG, and was listed as Marvel Sackett, head of household, aged 26 [sic: 36], divorced. She owned her home. Living with her were her children, Stanley, 11, and Cornelia, aged nine.27
     Marvel was listed in the Pasadena, CaliforniaG, City Directory in 1940. Her son Stanley Jr was living with her.28
Stanley Sackett (1875–1943), Robinson Cemetery, Gobles, Michigan
(Src: Find A Grave, Traci Hurlbut)
Lena (Crosby) Sackett (1884–1978), Oakwood Cemetery, Allegan, Michigan
(Src: Find A Grave, Scout)

Children of Stanley Sherman Sackett and Lena Frank Crosby

Children of Stanley Sherman Sackett and Marvel Ruth (Hunt) Budrow


Stanley Sackett.—A man of pronounced business acumen and tact, and of exceptional financial ability, Stanley Sackett is one of the leading bankers of Van Buren county, being proprietor of the Bank of Gobleville, a well-known and substantial banking institution. He is an excellent representative of the native-born citizens of his community, his birth having occurred on a farm in Pine Grove township. His father, Frederick P. Sackett, and his grandfather, Dr. Joel B. Sackett, were both born in Niagara county, New York, while his great-grandfather, Charles Sackett, was a native of New England, and was of Welsh ancestry.
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Having completed his studies in the rural schools of his native district, Stanley Sackett, whose home was four miles from the village of Gobleville, subsequently attended the graded schools of that village, for some time gladly trudging back and forth night and morning in his efforts to obtain a good education, although during the last few months of his attendance he lived with Dr. Carpenter, earning his board as hostler and general chore boy. Ere he had finished school he accepted a position in the Gobleville Exchange Bank, of Gobleville, of which Mr. S. B. Munroe was the proprietor, his first compensation having been but one dollar a week. He lived with his parents during two years of the time, walking to and fro night and morning. Devoting all of his energies to his new work, Mr. Sackett soon proved his worth and ability, and was promoted according to his efficiency until made manager of the institution. In 1901, leaving Gilbert Mitchell in charge of the Gobleville Bank, he went to Bloomingdale to establish, for Mr. Munroe, a private bank, and remained there a year. Returning then to Gobleville, Mr. Sackett, in company with Mr. Mitchell, bought the Gobleville Bank. Mr. Mitchell died a year later, and Mr. Sackett operated the institution, with the Mitchell estate as a partner, for three years when he bought out the Mitchell heirs and has since continued as sole proprietor of the institution, which is one of the safest and best in the county. In addition to banking Mr. Sackett carries on a general insurance and real estate business, in each line being especially successful.
Mr. Sackett married, in 1904, Lena Frank Crosby, who was born in Gobleville, a daughter of William S. and Ella (Pike) Crosby, and they have one child, Elaine Sackett. Mr. Sackett is an active member of the Michigan State Bankers' Association and of the American Bankers' Association. Fraternally he belongs to Gobleville Lodge, No. 393, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and to the Encampment; he is also a member of Hudson Lodge, No. 325, Ancient Free and Accepted Order of Masons; of Paw Paw Chapter, No. 34, Royal Arch Masons; of Lawrence Council, No. 43, Royal and Select Masters; of Peninsula Commandery, No. 8, Knights Templar; and both he and his wife are members of Lily Chapter, No. 230, Order of the Eastern Star.

—Oran W Rowland, A History of Van Buren County, Michigan, (1912), pp 949-951.


Sherman Stanley Sackett
He was the fourth child of Frederick Plummer Sackett and his wife, Susan Earl Sackett. He was born April 11, 1875. He was raised on the family farm and walked four miles to and from High School. Just before he graduated he got a job at the Goblesville Exchange Bank when he was eighteen years old. After several years of faithful work he became manager and owner. In the spring of 1913, the bank closed. From that time on he worked in real estate and was a salesman. In the early nineteen thirties he owned and managed a grocery store on East Main Street in Kalamazoo.
     When young he was considered to be a good violin player. He played for dances when so small that, when sitting on a dining room chair, his feet would not touch the floor. He married, first, Lena Crosby in March, 1904, to which marriage three children were born. His second marriage was to Marvel Hunt Budrow on September 8, 1917, and there were two children born to this marriage. He died on April 29, 1943, and was buried at Robinson Cemetery, Gobles, Michigan.
Children
Florence Mae Sackett, born 1906.
Nellie Elaine Sackett, born December 10, 1908.
Helen Esda Sackett, born January 21, 1912.
Sherman Stanley Sackett, Jr., born December 31, 1918.
Cornelia Lizzie Sackett, born February 17, 1921.


Gobleville.
Stanley Sackett is the new clerk at the bank.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 24 May 1895, p 5

Real Estate Transfers.
Andy Sackett to Stanley Sackett; par s w q 17 Pine Grove; $800.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 13 Jan 1897, p 8

Gobleville
.
Stanley Sackett returned last week from a visit in the country.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 7 Jun 1899, p 5

County and State
.
The former cashier of the bank, Stanley Sackett, has gone into partnership with Gilbert Mitchell and they have purchased the bank at Gobleville.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 14 Feb 1902, p 5

Real Estate Transfers
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C H Babcock to Andy Sackett and w; s e ¼ n e ¼ 17 Pine Grove; $900.
Andy Sackett to Stanley Sackett; s w ¼ nw ¼ 16 Pine Grove; $1.
Stanley Sackett to Andy Sackett and w; same as last above; $1.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 6 Nov 1903, p 5

County Judicial Convention
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The county convention to choose delegates to the state judicial convention met in the same hall at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon...
The following delegates were chosen: Stanley Sackett, Bloomingdale [1 of 17 delegates]

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 10 Jun 1904, p 1

Jottings
.
Stanley Sackett of Gobleville was in Paw Paw, Monday.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 2 Sep 1904, p 8

Circuit Court
.
Thursday.
Stanley Sackett et al. vs. Gobleville Canning company; assumpsit; on trial.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 13 Jan 1905, p 8

Circuit Court.
Stanley Sackett vs. Gobleville Canning Company; two judgments for plaintiff $4,991.50 and costs.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 20 Jan 1905, p 8

Real Estate Transfers
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J F Leeder to Stanley Sackett; lot 6 blk 2 Killefers add Gobleville; $75.
Emily Mitchell et al to Stanley Sackett; lot 15 blk 2 D & W add South Haven; $100.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 15 Dec 1905, p 7

Gobleville
.
Stanley Sackett, Frank Freidman and Ed. M. Bailey assisted Willie Markillie invoice his stock at Bradley last week.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 12 Jan 1906, p 5

Personal
.
A. W. Myers, Orla Graham, Phil Bush, Stanley Sackett and J. C. McFellin of Gobleville, Editor Russell of Bangor, Austin Conway and Fred Knolls of Hamilton, Oliver Wiles of Keeler, Harris Hilliards of Hartford and E. A. Chase of Waverly were in Paw Paw on business Thursday.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 20 Jul 1906, p 4

Real Estate Transfers
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Evelyn A See and w et al to Stanley Sackett pcl n e ¼; sec 25 1-14 village of Gobleville...$600.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 14 Sep 1906, p 5

Gobleville
.
Stanley Sackett was in Chicago last week.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 21 Sep 1906, p 2

Real Estate Transfers
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Leander Betts to Stanley Sackett pcl on n e ¼ sec 25 Bloom'dale $1100.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 31 May 1907, p 2

Events of a Local Nature
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Dr. C. L. Bennett and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sackett of Gobleville called on the doctor's mother Sunday.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 28 Jun 1907, p 1

Probate Court
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Estate of George L. Deuel, deceased. Stanley Sackett, Gobleville, appointed administrator.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 21 Feb 1908, p 3

Events of a Local Nature
.
Stanley Sackett of the Gobleville Exchange bank was in town last week.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 6 Mar 1908, p 1

Events of a Local Nature
.
Stanley Sackett and Herbert McElheny of Gobleville were in Paw Paw, Wednesday.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 30 Jul 1909, p 5

Real Estate Transfers
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W H Blanchard to Stanley Sackett; s w ¼ s e ¼, ex pcl, sec 21 Pine Grove $900.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 17 Dec 1909, p 2

Real Estate Transfers
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Saul Frank to Stanley Sackett, 4x15 rds on nw ¼ sec 30 Pine Grove twp $800.
Stanley Sackett & w to Mrs. Etta M. Wisely, 4x15 rds on n w ¼ sec 30 Pine Grove $700.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 21 Jan 1910, p 2

Bankers Oppose Saloons
Letters from Bankers of Van Buren County Telling Why They Favor Retention of Local Option Law.
Business Men opposed to the Open Saloon.
Gobleville, Mich.
     I cheerfully announce that I am opposed to the saloon. I am not in favor of anything but that which brings good in some shape or another to the people as a whole, and I hope that the time is not far distant when arguments along this line will cease and sound absurd.
Stanley Sackett

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 1 Apr 1910, p 1

Events of a Local Nature
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J. B. Travis of the Globeville News and Stanley Sackett also of Gobleville were Paw Paw visitors last Friday.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 1 Apr 1910, p 5

Events of a Local Nature
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Stanley Sackett of Gobleville autoed over to Paw Paw last Saturday.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 10 Jun 1910, p 5

Real Estate Transfers
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John L Stanton & w to Stanley Sackett; pcl n e ¼ sec 25 Decatur $60.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 30 Sep 1910, p 2

Real Estate Transfers
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Reuben Sweet & w to Stanley Sackett, pcl sec 17 Pine Grove, $23.43.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 25 Nov 1910, p 2

Probate Court
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Benjamin Markillie, deceased. Bond filed and letters testamentary issued to Mabel Markillie. Order appointing Stanley Sackett and Anson D. Pease as appraisers. Hearing on claims June 24th.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 23 Feb 1912, p 2

Real Estate Transfers
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Chas Newman to Stanley Sackett, 5 a sec 7 Pine Grove $1300.

The True Northerner, Paw Paw, Michigan, 20 Dec 1912, p 2

Gobleville Private Bank Closes Doors
Goblevillle, Mich., Mar. 8—Regarded as one of the strongest banks in Van Buren county, the Gobleville Exchange bank, operated by Stanley Sackett, reputed to be one of the wealthiest men in this part of the state, closed its doors yesterday.
     The bank, which has been a private institution, carries deposits from all parts of the county, and practically every business man in Gobleville was a depositor.
     Sackett left town Thursday afternoon but returned here yesterday afternoon with Judge A. J. Mills of Kalamazoo. When he stepped off the train he was met by a crowd of depositors who demanded to know why the bank had been closed.
     Judge Mills mounted a platform and, in a brief address, stated he was sure his client had enough assets left in the bank to pay every depositor in full, and that the bank had been closed only because of anxiety and worry on the part of his client.
     "I am sure the bank will be opening in a short time as a state bank," the judge told the depositors. The crowd demanded the bank be opened and an immediate investigation be made of the books. Finally it was decided to appoint a committee to do this.
     Sackett, Judge Mills and the committee went to the bank late in the afternoon and were still there last night.
     Sackett 20 years ago was a farmer boy. He suddenly decided to start a bank. His institution seemed to be a success instantly and for six years it has been one of the biggest banking institutions in the county.

St. Joseph Daily Press, Saint Joseph, Michigan, 8 Mar 1913, p 5

Gobleville Bank Will Be Opened Again
Kalamazoo, Mar. 10—The Gobleville Exchange bank at Gobleville, which closed its doors Friday morning, will be reorganized within the next week and the institution will come under the control of the state, according to the statement of Judge Alfred J. Mills of this city, attorney for Stanley Sackett, president of the bank, whiich he made at Gobleville to depositors.
     Sackett and a committee of depositors composed of Dr. C. L. Bennett, Fred Stark, L. O. Graham and Wm. Miller visited the building and made an inspection of the records. Up to the present time nothing which would implicate Sackett in any way has been discovered.
     Judge Mills talked freely. He said: "There is absolutely nothing wrong with the bank and depositors will receive every cent which they intrusted to the care of my client. Overconfidence on the part of the president and the fact that a goodly amount of the money is tied up in real estate caused the closing."
     The Exchange bank at Gobleville is the only institution of its kind in the village and every business man in the place is a depositor.
     Sackett is an old resident of Gobleville and has had charge of the bank for twenty years. He is considered absolutely reliable by the citizens.

St. Joseph Daily Press, Saint Joseph, Michigan, 10 Mar 1913, p 1

Gobleville Bank To Pay All Depositors In Full
Kalamazoo, March 11.—After spending most of Monday investigating the assets of the Gobleville Exchange bank, which closed its doors last week, the committee appointed by the depositors and Stanley Sackett stated that they believed that the bank would be able to pay off all of the depositors in full. There are many of the depositors who do not believe that the bank will be able to pay back in full, but Sackett declares that he has enough assets to insure a complete settlement.

The Herald-Press, Saint Joseph, Michigan, 11 Mar 1913, p 2
Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Michigan, 11 Mar 1913, p 6
St. Joseph Saturday Herald, Saint Joseph, Michigan, 15 Mar 1913, p 5

Bank Is Closed
Angry Depositors Meet President Sackett at Train and Demand Reason.
Gobleville, March 8.—The Gobleville Exchange bank operated by Stanley Sackett, regarded as one of the wealthiest men in Van Buren county, has closed its doors and there is great excitement among the depositors throughout this section.
     The bank, which has been a private institution, carried deposits from all parts of the county and practically every business man in this village was a depositor.
     Sackett lef town before the doors were closed but returned later with his attorney, Judge A. J. Mills of Kalamazoo. A crowd of angry people met him at the train and demanded to know why business had been suspended.
     Judge Mills mounted a platform and in a brief address stated that he felt sure that his client had enough money to pay all depositors in full, and that bank had been closed only because of anxiety and worry on the part of Mr. Sackett.
     Depositors demanded that a committee be appointed to go over the books of the institution. This was finally agreed to.
     Sackett twenty years ago was a farmer boy. He suddenly decided to start a bank. His institution was a success instantly and for six years he has been prosperous.

St. Joseph Saturday Herald, Saint Joseph, Michigan, 15 Mar 1913, p 6

Kalamazoo
—The private bank at Goblesville, which closed its doors six weeks ago, will reopen as a state bank. Citizens of that village have subscribed for the $25,000 stock issue. Stanley Sackett, owner of the private bank, has turned over all his holdings to a special committee and it is announced that depositors will receive dollar for dollar.

Lansing State Journal, Lansing, Michigan, 4 Apr 1913, p 7
The Yale Expositor, Yale, Michigan, 10 Apr 1913, p 3
The Unionville Crescent, Unionville, Michigan, 11 Apr 1913, p 7

Gobleville Now Assured of New Bank
Gobleville, Mich., April 4.—As a result of the closing of the private bank conducted by Stanley Sackett some time ago, Gobleville will soon have a state bank. Citizens of that place have subscribed for $25,000 worth of stock and the necessary papers of incorporation will be returned from Lansing within a short time and the new banking institution wiill open its doors for business.
Yesterday afternoon Judge A. W. Mills, counsel for Sackett, turned over all the bank securities to the special committee of depositors appointed at the time the bank closed its doors and within a short time settlement will be made with all, it is announced.
The special committee believe that if property owned by Sackett can be converted into cash at once at the present market value that none of the depositors of the old bank will be obliged to assume a loss. Mr. Sackett will have no connection in any way with the new state bank just organized, it is said.

St. Joseph Daily Press, Saint Joseph, Michigan, 4 Apr 1913, p 1

Items of Interest
Stanley Sackett, until recently owner of the Gobleville Bank, has become associated with ex-Sheriff Abner Campbell of Kalamazoo, having purchased the interest of M. Myron in the firm of Myron and Campbell. The new firm will be known as the Campbell & Sackett Realty Co.

The Progressive Herald, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 14 Jun 1913, p 9

Announce Winter Series of Sunday Musical Concerts
Project Approved by Commission
Kalamazoo will have a series of community Sunday afternoon musical concerts during the winter months …
Names Citizens' Committee.
…Stanley Sackett [of about 100 names].

The Kalamazoo Star, Michigan, 29 Nov 1921, pp 1-2.


Sackett
Lena Crosby
, June 23. Dear mother of Elaine Loeher and Mrs Allen (Helen) Seward; leaves five grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and one greal-great-grandson. Memorial services Wednesday 7 p.m. at the Evangelical Home for the Aged, 6700 W. Outer Dr. For further information call Ross B. Northrop & Son Funeral Home, 531-0537. Interment Allegan, Mich. Memorials suggested to the Evangelical Home for the Aged.

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Michigan, 26 Jun 1978, p 37.

Sackett line2nd great-grandson of Aaron Sackett
See alsoAndrew P Sackett, Ancestors and Descendants of Frederick Plummer Sackett
Thurmon King's Database, 11779
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Descendants of Frederick Plummer Sackett
Sackett Family Association descendants
Katie Shaw Lawrence.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Andrew P Sackett, Ancestors and Descendants of Frederick Plummer Sackett, published by the author (1983), 117.
  2. "Michigan Births 1867–1902", digital image, FamilySearch, "11 Apr 1875, Pine Grove, Van Buren, Michigan, Stanley Sackett, father Fred Sackett b. New York, farmer, mother Susan Sackett b. New York."
  3. "U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936–2007", database, Ancestry.com, "Sackett, Stanley, b. Pine Grove, Michigan, 11 Apr 1875, father Frederick P Sackett, mother Susan Earl. Jun 1937 listed as Stanley Sackett."
  4. "Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995", database, FamilySearch, "Sackett, Stanley Sherman, d. Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 29 Apr 1943, age 68, salesman, divorced, of 721 S. Rose, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, bur. Globes, Michigan, 2 May 1943, b. Van Buren County, Michigan, 11 Apr 1875, father Frederick Sackett b. Michigan, mother Susan Earl b. Michigan, spouse Marvel."
  5. "Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995", database, FamilySearch, "Sackett, Stanley Sherman, d. Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 29 Apr 1943, age 68, salesman, divorced, of 721 S. Rose, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, bur. Gobles, Michigan, 2 May 1943, b. Van Buren County, Michigan, 11 Apr 1875, father Frederick Sackett b. Michigan, mother Susan Earl b. Michigan, spouse Marvel."
  6. Divorce record.
  7. "Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867–1952", digital image, Ancestry.com, "16 Mar 1904, Gobleville, Van Buren, Michigan, Stanley Sackett, 28, banker, of Gobleville, Michigan, b. Michigan, father Fred'k P Sackett, mother Susan Earl; to Lena Frank Crosby, 19, of Gobleville, Michigan, b. Michigan, father Wm S Crosby, mother Ella M Pike. By S H Dull, Minister of Gospel. Witnesses: Saul Frank, Harry Heuff?, both of Gobleville."
  8. Census.
  9. Death record.
  10. "Michigan, Divorce Records, 1897–1952", digital image, Ancestry.com, "18 Dec 1915, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Stanley Sherman Sackett & Lena Frank Sackett, m. Gobleville, MI, 16 Mar 1904, 2 ch., complainant wife, extreme cruelty."
  11. "Michigan, Death Index, 1971–1996", database, Ancestry.com, "Sackett, Lena F, d. Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, 23 Jun 1978, of Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, b. 7 Dec 1884."
  12. US Social Security Administration, "Social Security Death Index", database, American Ancestors, "Lena Sackett, b. Dec 7, 1884, d. Jun, 1978, SSN 382-20-9891 issued MI, residence Detroit, Michigan, 48235, county Wayne, payment location Northville, Michigan, 48167, payment county Wayne."
  13. Website Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com).
  14. "Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867–1952", digital image, Ancestry.com, "8 Sep 1917, Paw Paw, Van Buren, Michigan, Stanley Sackett, 42, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, b. Michigan, travelling salesman, father Frederick P Sackett, mother Susan Earl; to Marvel Hunt, 26, of Mattawan, Mich, father John Hunt, mother _ Overacker. Both 2nd m. By C H Heaton, Gospel Minister. Witnesses: Gail Hunt of Mattawan, Frank Sackett of Gobleville."
  15. Gravestone.
  16. "Michigan, Divorce Records, 1897–1952", digital image, Ancestry.com, "31 Jan 1930, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Stanley Sackett & Marvel Sackett, m. 8 Sep 1918, libellant wife, non-support, ch. Stanley Sackett Jr, 10, Cornelia Sackett, 8."
  17. 1880 US census, database, LDS, FamilySearch, FHL 1254608 NA T9-0608/559A
    Pine Grove, Van Buren, Michigan
    Fred P Sackett, head, married, 42, b. NY, farmer, father b. VT, mother b. NY
    Susan Sackett, wife, 36, b. NY, Housekeeping, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Earl Sackett, son, 12, b. MI, at school, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Andy Sackett, son, 10, b. MI, at school, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Grace Sackett, dau, 7, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Stanley Sackett, son, 5, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Harry Sackett, son, 3, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Elizabeth Bronson, niece, single, 22, b. MI, servant, father b. CT, mother b. NY.
  18. 1900 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Page 3, Enumeration District 0150, FHL microfilm 1240745
    Pine Grove, Van Buren, Michigan, 4 Jun 1900
    Crosby, William S, head, b. Nov 1836, 63, hardware salesman, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. OH free of mortgage
    Crosby, Ellie M, wife, b. Mar 1857, 43, b. MI, father b. VT, mother b. MI
    Crosby, Florence E, daughter, b. Jan 1882, 18, at school, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Crosby, Lena M, daughter, b. Dec 1884, 15, at school, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Crosby, Charles L, son, b. Aug 1887, 12, at school, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Stanley S, boarder, b. Apr 1875, 25, book keeper bank, b. MI, father b. IN, mother b. NY
    Stewart, Manson A, boarder, b. Jan 1874, 26, teaching school, b. MI, father b. Scotland, mother b. MI.
  19. 1910 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll T624_676, p 8B, Enumeration District 0152, FHL microfilm 1374689
    Exchange Street, Bloomingdale, Van Buren, Michigan, 18 Apr 1910
    Sackett, Stanley S, head, 35, m1. 6y, banker, own bank, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. NY, home owned
    Sackett, Lena F, wife, 25, m1. 6y, 2 ch, 1 living, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Elaine N, daughter, 1 4/12, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI.
  20. "US City Directories, 1822-1995", digital image, Ancestry.com, Kalamazoo City Directory, 1913, "Sackett Stanley (Lena F), res 413 W Dutton."; 1914, "Sackett Stanley S (Lena F), res 210 Elm."
  21. 1920 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll T625_803, p 1B, Enumeration District 53
    John R Street, Detroit Ward 1, Wayne, Michigan, 5 Jan 1920
    Sackett, Mrs. Lena, head, 35, wd, factory, machine hand, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI, home rented
    Crosby, Mrs. Ella, mother, 62, wd, housekeeper, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Elaine, daughter, 12, student, school, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Helen, daughter, 8, student, school, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Aikena, Tracy George, roomer, 24, factory, mechanic, b. OH, father b. PA, mother b. OH.
  22. 1930 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Page 1A, Enumeration District 0751, FHL microfilm 2340797
    St Clair, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, 2 Apr 1930
    Sackett, Lena F, head, 43, wd, cleaner, tailor shop, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI, home rented, $65
    Crosby, Ella M, mother, 69, wd, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Helen E, daughter, 18, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI.
  23. "US, World War I draft registrations records 1917–1918", digital image, FamilySearch, Wisconsin, Brown. Film No. 1674734.
    "Serial 661, order 2164, Sherman Stanley Sackett, of 510 E. Walnut, Green Bay, Brown County, WI, Age: 43, Birthdate: April 11, 1875, Occupation: General Salesman for the Kalamazoo Tank & Silo Co., Hanson (?) & Mich. Central, Nearest relative: Mrs. Marvel Sackett, 510 E. Walnut, Green Bay, WI. Height: Tall, Build: Medium, Blue eyes, Light hair, No disabilities. Reg Green Bay, Brown, WI, 9-12-18."
  24. 1920 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll T625_478, p 16A, Enumeration District 14
    Wellington St., Waterloo Ward 1, Black Hawk, Iowa, 15/16 Jan 1920
    Sackett, Stanley, head, 42, manufacturer, silks, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI, home rented
    Sackett, Marvel, wife, 28, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Stanley Jr, son, 12/12, b. WI, father b. MI, mother b. MI.
  25. "US City Directories, 1822-1995", digital image, Ancestry.com, Kalamazoo City Directory, 1921, "Sackett Stanley J (Marvel R), pres Blue Ribbon Ice Cream Co, res 419 Locust."; 1922, "Sackett Stanley (Marvel R), treas and mgr Blue Ribbon Ice Cream Co, res 419 Locust."; 1924, "Sackett Stanley (Marvel; Successor to Kalamazoo Cooperative Union), Grocers and Meats 214 E Main, Tel 1931, h419 Locust, Tel 615-J."; 1926, "Sackett Stanley (Marvel; Sackett's Food Store) h419 Locust.", "Sackett's Food Store (Stanley Sackett), Grocers and Meats 228 E Main, Phone 1931."; 1927, "Sackett Stanley J (Marvel; Sackett's Food Store) h617 W South."
  26. 1930 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Page 4A, Enumeration District 0011, FHL microfilm 2340730
    Henrietta, Jackson, Michigan, 18 Apr 1930
    Sackett, Stanley, lodger, 54, single, m. at 29, salesman, lumber yard, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. NY.
    [Lodger in household of Carl Styles, farmer]
  27. 1930 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Page 10B, Enumeration District 0024, FHL microfilm 2340732
    W. South, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 9 Apr 1930
    Sackett, Marvel, head, 26, divorced, m. at 20, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI, home owned, $20,000
    Sackett, Stanley, son, 11, b. WI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Corenlia [sic], daughter, 9, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI.
  28. "US City Directories, 1822-1995", digital image, Ancestry.com, Pasadena, California, City Directory, 1940, "Sackett Marvel R Mrs h384 S Euclid av.", "Sackett Stanley r384 S Euclid av."
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