Lee Sackett

FatherPhiletus Sackett (1838-1901)
MotherSusan Anna Owens
Marriage1900Lucy May Havens2,3
Lee Sackett, son of Philetus Sackett and Susan Anna Owens, was born in Hanover, Jackson County, MichiganG, on 3 August 1871.1 He died aged about 65 in Hillsdale County, MichiganG, in 1936.2 He married before 1900, Lucy May Havens, daughter of George A Havens and Mary ___.2,3 Lucy was born in MichiganG in about August 1879.3
     In 1930 Lee was living in Somerset, Hillsdale County, MichiganG, and was recorded in the census as Lee Sackett, a farmer, head of household, aged 58 and born in Michigan. He owned his home. Living with him were his wife Lucy, 50, and their son George, aged 15. Also in the household was Wesley Havens, a farm laborer, presumably a relation of Lucy's.4

Children of Lee Sackett and Lucy May Havens

 Notes & Citations

  1. "Michigan Births 1867–1902" (FamilySearch image), "3 Aug 1871, Hanover, Jackson, Michigan, Lee Sackett, father Philetus Sackett b. New York, farmer, mother Susan Sackett b. New York."
  2. Sackett database, 16018 Myron Lee Sackett.
  3. Census.
  4. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roll 993, p. 2A, Enumeration District 0025, Image 493.0, FHL microfilm 2340728
    Somerset, Hillsdale County, Michigan, 4 Apr 1930
    Sackett, Lee, head, home owned, 58, m. at 29, b. MI father b. NY, mother b. NY, farmer, gen'l farm
    Sackett, Lucy M, wife, 50, m. at 21, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Sackett, George L, son, 15, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. MI
    Havens, Wesley, lodger, 42, divorced, m. at 27, b. MI, father b. OH, mother b. MI, laborer, gen'l farm.
Sackett line5th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Last Edited7 Jan 2021
Sackett Database16018 Lee Sackett

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