Victor Franklin Sackett

(1895-1940)
FatherFranklin "Frank" Sackett (c 1846-1919)
MotherFrances Worthington "Fanny" Chipman (1858-1941)
Victor Franklin Sackett, son of Franklin "Frank" Sackett and Frances Worthington "Fanny" Chipman, was born in Manton, Wexford County, MichiganG, on 21 April 1895.1 He died in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, LouisianaG, on 12 December 19402 and was buried at Riverview Cemetery, MonroeG.2 He married in Manton, Wexford CountyG, on 11 March 1919, Eveleen Salmon, daughter of Elibon Salmon and Emily Bennett.2 Eveleen was born in MantonG on 29 September 1897.3 She died aged 68 on 4 October 19653 and was buried at Riverview Cemetery, MonroeG.3
     Victor completed a World War I draft registration card on 5 June 1917. He was then aged 22 and was an inspector of gas measuring stations at the United Fuel Gas Company. He was living at 524 Donnally Street, Charleston, Kanawha County, West VirginiaG.1

Child of Victor Franklin Sackett and Eveleen Salmon

Sackett line9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder
See alsoThurmon King's Database, 32878
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Stephen Richard "Steve" Sackett and Diane Touzet.

 Notes & Citations

  1. "US, World War I draft registrations records 1917–1918", digital image, FamilySearch, West Virginia, Charleston City. Draft Division# n/a Roll# 1992382.
    "Serial# 3303 Order# 65, Victor Franklin Sackett, 524 Donnally St West Virginia, Age: 22, b. 21st Apr 1895 at Manton Michigan, single, white, native born, inspector of gas measuring stations at United Fuel Gas Co., no dependents, no prior military experience, no exemptions, Registrant: Med Ht, Slender Build, eyes blue hair brown, not bald, no disabilities, Reg: 5 Jun 1917 at Charleston West Virginia."
  2. Thurmon King's database, 32878 Victor Franklin Sackett.
  3. Thurmon King's database, 32882 Eveleen (Salmon) Sackett.
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