Homer Washington Sackett

(1836-1912)
FatherJonathan Y Sackett (1804-1880)
MotherRachel Wells Lusk
Homer Washington Sackett, son of Jonathan Y Sackett and Rachel Wells Lusk, was born in Putnam County, OhioG, on 7 July 1836.1,2 He died aged 75 in Ottawa Township, Putnam CountyG, on 9 December 19123 and was buried at Riley Creek Cemetery, Ottawa TownshipG, on 11 April 1912.3 He married on 10 March 1864, Mary E Cartwright, daughter of Stephen Cartwright and Mahala Thrapp.2
     Homer served as a Union private from May to August 1864 in an Ohio regiment in the American Civil War.4
     In 1890 he was living in Ottawa, Putnam CountyG.4

Children of Homer Washington Sackett and Mary E Cartwright

  • Charles E Sackett b. 22 Aug 1865, d. 23 Jun 1894
  • Sumner C Sackett b. 23 Jan 1867
  • Stubert S Sackett b. 2 Aug 1871
  • Violet H Sackett b. 10 Jul 1875
  • Abbie F Sackett b. 3 Mar 1879
Appears inSacketts in the Military
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Thurmon King's database.
  2. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "1841. Homer W. Sackett, m. Mary E. Cartwright."
  3. "Ohio Deaths, 1908–1953", digital image, FamilySearch, film 1953294, image 1797, certificate 23985, "Homer Washington Sackett, 75 years 9 months 6 days, b. O., 3 Jul 1836, widowed, farmer, d. Ottawa, Putnam, Ohio, 9 Apr 1912, bur. Riley Creek, 11 Apr 1912, father J. Y. Sackett, mother Rachel Lusk, informant Violet Sackett, Ottawa, O."
  4. "1890 Veterans Schedules", digital image, Ancestry.com, Riley, Putnam County, Ohio
    Homer W Sackett, Private, B Company, 150 O A [or N?] G, enlisted 2 May 1864, discharged 23 Aug 1864, service 3m 21d, PO address Ottawa, Putnam Co, O.
Generation.Tree1841.8P.3a
Sackett lineGreat-grandson of Thomas Sackett of Hopewell, New Jersey
Last Edited10 May 2018
 

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