William Sackett Duell

FatherCharles Holland Duell (1850-)
MotherHarriett M Sackett (1854-)
William Sackett Duell, son of Charles Holland Duell and Harriett M Sackett, was born in New York StateG in March 1882.1 He married in 1920, Annie Livingston Best, daughter of Major Clermont Livingston Best.2 They were divorced in February 1925.2

 Notes & Citations

  1. Thurmon King's database.
  2. "Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851–2003", digital image, Ancestry.com, New York Times, 17 June 1925, "Smylie—Duell. / Mrs. Annie Livingston Best Duell of 1 East Fifty-sixth Street and Charles Albert Smylie were married yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. Smylie's stepfather and mother, Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Le Roy Dow, 17 East Sixty-fifth Street. The ceremony, which was private, was performed by the Rev. Dr. George Alexander. / Only relatives were at the wedding. Both Mr. Smylie and his bride dispensed with attendants. After a short wedding trip they plan to make their home at 1/160 Fifth Avenue. The bride is the only child of the late Major and Mrs. Clermont Livingston Best, who for years lived in Newport. She was first married to Eleazer Yale Smith in the Autumn of 1907 and they were divorced the following June. In 1910 she was married to Arthur Carroll, son of the late General Howard Carroll. They were divorced five years later. In 1920 she was married to William Sackett Duell and they were divorced in February. / Mr Smylie was also married before, his first wife having been Miss Carmen Kinair, from whom he was divorced some time ago."
Sackett line8th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited27 May 2011

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