Lydia Maria Sackett

FatherJames Noble Sackett (1822-1873)
MotherUrsula Makepeace (1827-1913)
Marriage1880, Livingston County, IllinoisGDuncan B. Keir1
Lydia Maria Sackett, daughter of James Noble Sackett and Ursula Makepeace, was born in Forest, Livingston County, IllinoisG, on 29 April 1861.1 She died aged 22 in Wellington, Sumner County, KansasG, on 12 March 1884.2 She married in Livingston County, IllinoisG, on 4 April 1880, Duncan B. Keir.1 Duncan was born in Lachute, Quebec, CanadaG, on 27 October 18482 and died aged 84 in Sac City, IowaG, on 27 February 1933.2
     In 1870 Lydia was living in Pleasant Ridge, Livingston County, IllinoisG, in the household of her parents James and Ursula, and was recorded in the census as Lida Sacket, aged ten and born in Illinois.3

Child of Lydia Maria Sackett and Duncan B. Keir

 Notes & Citations

  1. Sackett database.
  2. Sackett database, citing Grace Keir.
  3. 1870 United States Federal Census, Roll: M593_247; Page: 276B; Family History Library Film: 545746
    Pleasant Ridge, Livingston County, Illinois, 4 Aug 1870
    Sacket, James, 47, farmer, personal estate $100, b. NY
    Sacket, Ersula, 43, keeping house, personal estate $800, b. NY
    Sacket, Mary C, 16, at home, b. IL
    Sacket, J E, 17, farm laborer, b. IL
    Sacket, Ellen E, 13, b. IL
    Sacket, Lida, 10, b. IL
    Sacket, Hattie B, 7, b. IL
    Sacket, William W, 3, b. IL
    Sacket, John, 24, farm laborer, real estate $1,600, b. NY.
Sackett line8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Richard Keir.
Last Edited31 Aug 2010

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