George T Sackett1

(c 1860-)
FatherWilliam Sackett (1821-)
MotherRuth Ann Bevis
George T Sackett, son of William Sackett and Ruth Ann Bevis, was born in New York StateG in about 1860.2 He married between 1880 and 1885, ___ ___.
     In 1880 George was living in Glenville, Westchester County, New York StateG, in the household of his parents William and Ruth, and was recorded in the census as George T Sackett, a druggist, single, aged 19 and born in New York.2
     George visited Scotland in 1885, returning to New York from Glasgow on 28 September 1885. He was accompanied by his wife, whose name is not known, but whose origin was given as England in the passenger list.3,4
Sackett line7th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3 (English)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, not recorded.
  2. 1880 US census, database, LDS, FamilySearch, FHL 1254945, NA T9-0945/303D
    Glenville, Westchester, New York
    William Sackett, head, married, 59, b. England, stone cutter, father b. England, mother b. England
    Ruth A. Sackett, wife, 59, b. England, keeping house, father b. England, mother b. England
    George T. Sackett, son, single, 19, b. NY, druggist, father b. England, mother b. England.
  3. Website CastleGarden.org: America's First Immigration Center (http://www.castlegarden.org), entries for George T Sackett, druggist, 25, origin USA, and Mrs George Sackett, wife, 21, origin England, arrived 28 September 1885 on the Furnessia.
  4. "New York Passenger Lists 1851–1891", database, Ancestry.com, entries for Geo. T. Sackett, 25, origin USA, and Mrs Geo. Sackett, 21, origin England, arrived 28 September 1885 from Glasgow, Greenock, [Scotland] via Moville, Ireland, on the Furnessa.
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Last Edited6 April 2012
 

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