Elizabeth Ann Sackett

(1850-)
FatherGeorge Sackett (1823-1863)
MotherLouisa Maria Haysom (c 1830-1890)
Elizabeth Ann Sackett, daughter of George Sackett and Louisa Maria Haysom, was born in Shoreditch, MiddlesexG, on 9 September 18501,2 and baptized at Christ Church, Hoxton, MiddlesexG, on 10 July 1853.3 She married at St Mary's Church, Islington, MiddlesexG, on 5 April 1874, Charles Chad, son of Abel Chad.4,5
     In 1851 Elizabeth was living at 7 Francis Place, Hoxton, Shoreditch, MiddlesexG, in the household of her parents George and Louisa, and was recorded in the census as Elizabeth Sackett, aged six months and born in Hoxton.6
     In 1861 she was living at 7 Francis Place, Poole Street, Shoreditch, MiddlesexG, in the household of her parents George and Louisa, and was recorded as Elizth Sackett, a scholar, aged ten and born in Hoxton, Middlesex.7
     In 1881 she was living at 11 Francis Place, Hoxton Old Town, MiddlesexG, in the household of her widowed mother Louisa, and was recorded as Elizabeth Chad, aged 30. Living with her were her husband Charles, 31, and their children, Charles, 6, Alfred, 2, and James, aged nine months.8

Children of Elizabeth Ann Sackett and Charles Chad

ChartsLine 3 (English)

 Notes & Citations

  1. GRO Indexes to Births, 1837 to date, "Dec qtr 1850. Sackett, Elizabeth Ann. Mother: Haysom. Shoreditch."
  2. Baptism, Christ Church, Hoxton, Middlesex (IGI), "10 July 1853 Elizabeth Ann, b. 9 September 1850, d. George & Louisa Sackett, stonemason, of 7 Francis Place.
  3. Baptism, Christ Church, Hoxton, Middlesex (IGI), "10 July 1853 Elizabeth Ann, b. 9 September 1850, d. George & Louisa Sackett, stonemason, of 7 Francis Place."
  4. GRO Indexes to Marriages, 1837 to date (National Archives), "Jun qtr 1874. Sackett, Elizabeth Ann. Islington. 1b:465."
  5. Marriages Register, St Mary, Islington, Middlesex (image on Ancestry.co.uk), "5 April 1874, Charles Chad, full age, bachelor, laborer, of Baring St, father: Abel Chad, laborer; and Elizabeth Ann Sackett, full age, spinster, of Tufnell Park, father: George Sackett, mason. Banns. Both signed. Witnesses: James Walter Chad, Rosena Mary Sackett."
  6. 1851 Census for England & Wales, 7 Francis Place, Hoxton, Shoreditch, Middlesex
    George Sackett, head, married, 26, mason, b. Kent, Heaston [=Hereson]
    Louisa Sackett, wife, 21, b. Hampshire, Romsey
    Elizabeth Sackett, dau, 6 months, b. Middlesex., Hoxton
    HO107/1536/f.177.
  7. 1861 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, RG9, piece 242, folio 82, p. 9, GSU roll 542598
    7 Francis Place, Poole Street, Shoreditch (St Leonards), Middlesex
    George Sackett, head, married, 38, stone cutter, b. Kent, St Laurence
    Louisa Sackett, wife, 30, b. Hants, Romsey
    Elizth Sackett, dau, 10, scholar, b. Mdx, Hoxton
    Harriet Sackett, dau, 9, scholar, b. Mdx, Hoxton
    Rosina Sackett, dau, 3, scholar, b. Mdx, Hoxton
    Thos Sackett, son, 7, scholar, b. Mdx, Hoxton
    Alfred Sackett, son, 4, scholar, b. Mdx, Hoxton
    William Sackett, son, 1, b. Mdx, Hoxton.
  8. 1881 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, RG11, Piece 397, Folio 89, p. 13, GSU roll 1341086
    11 Francis Pl, Hoxton Old Town, Middlesex
    Louisa Sackett, head, widow, 49, retired, b. Hants, Ramsey
    Alfred Sackett, son, unm, 24, mason, b. Shoreditch
    Louisa Sackett, dau, unm, 18, shipper, b. Shoreditch
    Charles Chad, son-in-law, 31, mason, b. Shoreditch
    Elizabeth Chad, dau, 30, b. Shoreditch
    Charles Chad, gson, 6, scholar, b. Shoreditch
    Alfred Chad, gson, 2, b. Shoreditch
    James Chad, gson, 9m, b. Shoreditch.
Generation.TreeP.3
Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
Last Edited25 November 2016
 

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