James Adam Sackett
|Father||Thomas Sackett (1862-1920)|
|Mother||Amanda Frances Hanks (1860-1923)|
James completed a World War I draft registration card on 5 June 1917. He was aged 27 and was a warehouse clerk at Lindsey-Billings Company. He was living at 602 Sixth Street West, BillingsG, with his wife and three children.1
Children of James Adam Sackett and Hannah Lucille Nelson
- Marie Lela Sackett b. 1913
- Burley Thomas Sackett+ b. 2 Jul 1915, d. 27 May 1985
- Mark Denver Sackett b. 1916, d. 1995
|Sackett line||9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder|
|See also||Thurmon King's Database, 11550|
|Charts||Line 3a (American)|
Notes & Citations
- "US, World War I draft registrations records 1917–1918", digital image, FamilySearch, Montana, Yellowstone. Draft Division# n/a Roll#1711533.
"Serial#2683 Order#130, James Adam Sackett, 602 Sixth St W, Billings, Montana, Age: 27, b. 21 May 1890 at Macon Missouri, married, white, native born, warehouse clerk at Lindsey-Billings Co, dependents: wife & 3 children, no prior military experience, exemptions–wife & children, Registrant: Med Ht, Med Build, eyes hazel, hair brown, not bald, no disabilities, Reg: 5 Jun 1917 at Yellowstone Montana."
- Billings Gazette, (Billings, Montana), 28 July 1969, "James A. Sackett, 79, 633 Mitchell Ave., died in a Billings nursing home Saturday of natural causes.
Funeral services are 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Smith's Funeral Home Chapel. Burial is in Mountview Cemetery.
Mr. Sackett was born in Macon, Mo., May 21, 1890, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sackett. He came to Billings at the age of 14.
He worked at various places in Billings, including the Great Northern Railroad, where he was a freight house foreman for 36 years.
He married Hannah Lucile Nelson on Aug. 28, 1912, in Macon. She died in 1947. Mr. Sackett was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks and Warehousemen.
Survivors include two sons, Denver, 1823 Yellowstone Ave., and Burley, No. 8 Carrie Lynn Drive; a daughter, Mrs. Marie Huffman, Macon; a sister, Mrs. Flossie Lyda, Topeka, Kan; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren."
|Last Edited||24 May 2019|