Justus Sacket

FatherJustus Sacket (1777-1831)
MotherFanny Faxon (1778-1868)
Justus Sacket, a farmer, son of Justus Sacket and Fanny Faxon, was born in Martinsburg, Lewis County, New York StateG, on 27 February 1819.1,2 He died aged 54 on 27 November 1873.1,2 He married first on 25 December 1851, Elizabeth R Craft, daughter of Job Craft and Ann Cox.3,2 Elizabeth was born on 29 October 1823.2 She died aged 31 on 19 January 1855.2 He married second on 29 December 1856, Melancy W Phelps, daughter of Corydon Phelps and Susan Phelps.4,2 Melancy was born on 22 March 18355,2 and died aged 38 on 3 December 1873.5,2

Children of Justus Sacket and Melancy W Phelps

 Notes & Citations

  1. Justus Sackett, Family Bible Records, adjacent entries, "Justus Sacket was born Feb 27th 1819. Justus Sacket died Nov 27 1873."
  2. George L Faxon, The History of the Faxon Family, Springfield Printing Company, Springfield, MA (1880), digital image, Ancestry.com, 132, "575. Justus [Sackett, s. of Justus Sackett & Fanny Faxon], b. [Martinsburg, NY], Feb 27, 1819; d. Nov 27, 1873; m. 1st, Dec 25, 1851, Elizabeth R Craft, dau. of Job and Ann (Cox) Craft, b. Oct 29, 1823. She d. Jan 19, 1855. He m. 2nd, Dec 29, 1856, Melancey Phelps, b. March 22, 1835, dau. of Corydon and Susan (Phelps) Phelps. She d. Dec 3, 1873. A farmer; resided in Fredonia, Mich."
  3. Justus Sackett, Family Bible Records, "Justus Sackett and Elizabeth Craft were married Dec 25th 1851."
  4. Justus Sackett, Family Bible Records, "Justus Sackett and Malancy Phelps were married Dec 29 1856."
  5. Justus Sackett, Family Bible Records, adjacent entries, "Melancy W Phelps was born March 22d 1835. Melancy W Phelps died December 3d 1873."
Sackett line6th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited26 May 2022

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