Mahala A Sackett

FatherRichard Jefferson Sackett (1823-1863)
MotherLydia Barber (1821-1890)
Marriage1875, New York StateGColeman Benjamin Cornish1
Mahala A Sackett, daughter of Richard Jefferson Sackett and Lydia Barber, was born in MichiganG on 16 August 1858.1 She died aged 28 in Hastings, Barry County, MichiganG, on 13 September 1886.1 She married in New York StateG in about 1875, Coleman Benjamin Cornish.1
     In 1870 Mahala was living in Potter, Yates County, New York StateG, in the household of her mother Lydia and stepfather Cephas Isham, and was recorded in the census as Minnie Sackett, aged eleven and born in New York.2
     In 1880 Mahala was living in Manchester, Ontario County, New York StateG, in the household of her widowed mother Lydia, and was recorded in the census as Mahala A Cornish, married, aged 21. Her children, Edwin, 4, and Alida, aged two, were living with her.3

Children of Mahala A Sackett and Coleman Benjamin Cornish

 Notes & Citations

  1. Sackett database.
  2. 1870 United States Federal Census, Roll: M593_1120; Page: 577B; Family History Library Film: 552619
    Potter, Yates County, New York, 24 Jun 1870
    Isham, Cephas, 55, stone mason, real estate $600, personal estate $200, b. VT
    Isham, Lydia, 48, keeping house, b. NY
    Sackett, Anna M, 18, at service, b. NY
    Sackett, Minnie, 11, b. NY
    Sackett, Richard, 6, b. NY.
  3. 1880 United States Federal Census, FHL 1254909, NA T9-0909/314C
    Manchester, Ontario, New York
    Lydia Sackett, head, widow, 57, b. NY, carpet weaver & laundress, father b. CT, mother b. NJ
    Mahala A Cornish, dau, married, 21, b. MI, house keeper, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Edwin R Cornish, gchild, 4, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. MI
    Alida I Cornish, gchild, 2, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. MI.
Sackett lineGreat-granddaughter of Richard Sackett
Last Edited31 Dec 2018

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