William Sackett Jarman

FatherJames Jarman (c 1775-1845)
MotherHarriet Sackett (1780-1843)
William Sackett Jarman, mariner, son of James Jarman and Harriet Sackett, was born in St Lawrence in Thanet, KentG, in 1819 and baptized there on 16 May 1819.1 He died aged 67 in Dunedin, Otago, New ZealandG, on 11 June 1886 and was buried at Port Chalmers Cemetery, DunedinG.2 He married in Ramsgate, KentG, on 16 June 1842, Sarah Elizabeth Goldsmith.3,4
     In 1851 William was living at Cliff Court, Ramsgate, KentG, and was recorded in the census as William S Jarman, a mariner, head of household, aged 32 and born in Ramsgate. His wife Sarah, 29, was living with him.5

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, St Lawrence the Martyr, Thanet, Kent (England Births and Christenings, LDS FamilySearch), "16 May 1819 William Sackett Jarman s. James Jarman & Harriet."
  2. "New Zealand, Cemetery Records, 1800-2007" (Ancestry image), Port Chalmers Cemetery, Dunedin, Otago, "651. Jarman, William Sackett, Plot 82, Class 1, Died 11 Jun 1886, aged 67 years, of general decay, married. Resident of Grey Street Port Chalmers. Born Ramsgate England. Last came from England. Lived 31 years in province. (Bauchop Undertaker)."
  3. "England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index" (Ancestry transcript), "Jun qtr 1842. Jarman, William Sachett. Thanet. 5:547."; "Jun qtr 1842. Goldsmith, Sarah Elizabeth. Thanet. 5:547."
  4. "England, Select Marriages, 1538-1973" (Ancestry transcript), Marriages Register, Ramsgate, Kent, "29 May 1842, William Sackett Jarman; and Sarah Elizabeth Goldsmith."
  5. 1851 England census, HO107, piece 1630, folio 348, p. 25
    Cliff Court, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent
    William S Jarman, head, married, 32, mariner, b. Ramsgate
    Sarah Jarman, wife, 29, b. Ramsgate.
Sackett line6th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3 (English)
Last Edited30 Nov 2022

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