Anne Frances "Nancy" Robbins

FatherKenneth Seymour Robbins (1894-1972)
MotherEdith Prescott Luckett
First Lady Nancy Reagan in 1983
Anne Frances "Nancy" Robbins, daughter of Kenneth Seymour Robbins and Edith Prescott Luckett, was born at the Sloane Hospital for Women, Manhattan, New York CityG, on 6 July 1921.1 She died aged 94 on 6 March 2016.1 Her parents separated soon after Nancy's birth, and her mother Edith married Loyal Davis in 1929. He formally adopted Nancy in 1935 and she changed her name legally to Nancy Davis.1 She married in Little Brown Church, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CaliforniaG, on 4 March 1952, Ronald Reagan, son of John Edward "Jack" Reagan and Nelle Wilson.1 Ronald Reagan was born in Tampico, Whiteside County, IllinoisG, on 6 February 19112 and died aged 93 on 5 June 2004.2
     Nancy was First Lady of California from 1967 to 1975 during Ronald Reagan's governorship of the state, and First Lady of the United States from 1981 to 1989 during his presidency.1

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Appears inNotable Sacketts
Sackett line10th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett ancestry
Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet (say1530–1595) and Joane ___
Thomas Sackett the younger (c1557–1615) and Martha Strowde
Simon Sackett the colonist (1595–1635) and Isabel Pearce
John Sackett (1632–1719) and Abigail Hannum
John Sacket (1660–1745) and Deborah Filley
Daniel Sacket (1693–1776) and Mary Weller
Captain Daniel Sacket (1735–1824) and Mehitable (Cadwell) Dewey
Mehitable Sacket (1779–) and Luke Francis
Manning Francis (1804–1890) and Elizabeth Robbins Root
Frederick Augustus Francis (1834–1888) and Jessie Ann Stevens
Anne Ayers Francis (1863–1957) and John Newell Robbins
Kenneth Seymour Robbins (1894–1972) and Edith Prescott Luckett
Last Edited18 Apr 2016

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