|Father||Martin Sacket (1808-1876)|
|Mother||Sarah Ann Hill (c 1816-after 1879)|
In 1860 Delancy was living in Logan, Dearborn County, IndianaG, in the household of his parents Martin and Sarah, and was recorded in the census as Dlancy Sacket, a day laborer, aged and born in Indiana.4
Delancy served in the US Civil War in Company D, 83rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He died in the service, of diarrhea, on the floating hospital ship Nashville, at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.3
|Sackett line||4th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven|
|Appears in||Sacketts in the Military|
|Charts||Line 4 (American)|
Notes & Citations
- Thurmon King's database.
- Register of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861–1865, United States Civil War, digital image, Ancestry.com, "Sackett, Delancy, Priv, Co D, 83rd Ohio Inf, d. 11 Mar 1863 at Floating Hospl Nashville, chronic diarrhoea."
- 1860 Census for United States, M653_252,, p. 590, July 7, 1860
Logan, Dearborn County, Indiana
Martin Sacket, 52, cooper, personal estate $200, b. NY
Sarah Ann Sacket, 44, b. OH
Dlancy Sacket, 23, male, day laborer, b. IN
Mary Sacket, 20, b. IN
Jane Sacket, 14, b. IN
Ann Sacket, 13, b. IN
Lydia Sacket, 11, b. IN
William Sacket, 7, b. IN
Catharine Sacket, 4, b. IN.
|Last Edited||11 November 2013|