Unnamed Sackett

FatherJonathan Sackett (c 1730-1797)
MotherMary Ford
Unnamed Sackett, child of Jonathan Sackett and Mary Ford, was born in New Haven, ConnecticutG, in 1766.1,2
     This child is the subject of a hypothesis that, if male, he may have been the Jonathan Sacket who married Lucinda Plumb in Milford, Connecticut, in 1802, and had children, Daniel in about 1803, Gad (later renamed James) in 1804, and Isaac in 1806.
     Another possibility, again if male, is that he could have been Ezra Sackett, of whom mention is found in a memoir, but for whom no other historical record has been found.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Genealogical Publishing Co Inc, Baltimore (1981) (American Ancestors image), 1583–8, "Jonathan [Sackett, s. John & Hannah (Smith) Sackett], d 1798; Census (Wd) 1-0-1; m.
    i Sarah, b c. 1767, d 6 Sep 1851 æ. 84 (St. Peter's, Oxf.); m Reuben Bunnell.
    ii John; m (1) Sarah da. Phineas & Mary (Johnson) Terrill, b c. 1773, d 12 Jan 1794 æ. 21 BT1; m (2) Mary da. James & Mary (Clark) Wheeler, wid. Samuel Briscoe, b 4 Feb 1768 DV, d 11 Sep 1854 æ. 80 BV.
    iii Phebe; m Samuel Sawyer, Jr.; res. Cornwall 1805.
    iv William, b c. 1775, d 4 Feb 1858 æ. 83 BV.
    v Joseph; res. Fairfield, N.Y., 1806.
    vi David; res. Fairfield, N.Y., 1812.
    vii Isaac; res. Harpersfield, N.Y., 1806.
    Jonathan had a nat. child by Mary Ford, b 1766."
  2. Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 3:612, "Mary [dau Daniel & Elizabeth (Perkins) Ford], b 28 May 1741 NHV, bp 5 July 1741 NHC1; she had a nat. child by Jonathan Sackett, b c. 1766 NHCCt; m 9 May 1771 NHC1—John Russell."
Sackett line2nd great-grandchild of John Sackett of New Haven
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Last Edited10 Aug 2023

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