David William Sackett

FatherDavid William Sackett (1848-1930)
MotherSarah Ellen Ray (1851-1942)
Death1918, MichiganG,2
David William Sackett, son of David William Sackett and Sarah Ellen Ray, was born on 13 May 1895.1 He died aged 23 in MichiganG on 20 December 19182 and was buried at Banker Cemetery, Hoxeyville, Wexford County, MichiganG.3
     David completed a World War I draft registration card on 5 June 1917. He was single, aged 22, and was living in Harrietta, Wexford County, MichiganG. He was a self-employed farmer.1
David William Sackett (1895–1918), Banker Cemetery, Hoxeyville, MI
(Src: Find A Grave, WDV)

 Notes & Citations

  1. "US, World War I draft registrations records 1917–1918" (FamilySearch image), Michigan, Wexford County, Roll 1683040.
    "No 8, David William Sackett, Jr., age 22, Harrietta, Mich, b. 13 May 1895, natural-born, b. Slagle, Mich., farming, own business at Sec 34, Slagle, dependent father & mother, single, Caucasian, no military service, no exemptions claimed, Registrant: tall ht, slender build, gray eyes, light brown hair, not bald, disability: ruptured [?]. Reg Slagle, Wexford County, Michigan, 5 Jun 1917."
  2. Sackett database, 9966 David William Sackett.
  3. Find a Grave, memorial# 51480836 for D William Sackett, Lot C, Row 17, Grave X, created by WDV, "D William Sackett, 1895–1918, A loved one from us has gone/ A voice we loved is stilled/ A place is vacant in our home/ That never can be filled."
Sackett line9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited9 Dec 2015

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