Albert Sackett

(1903-1978)
Albert Sackett was born in Giulienoua, ItalyG, on 23 February 1903.1,2 He died aged 74 on 18 February 19783,4 and was buried at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Shenandoah Heights, Schuylkill County, PennsylvaniaG.2 His parents have not been identified.
     Albert enlisted in the US Army in Allentown, Lehigh County, PennsylvaniaG, on 28 August 1942 and served in the Second World War. He was honorably discharged at Camp Forrest, Tennessee, on 19 March 1943 after seven months domestic service.5,6
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 Notes & Citations

  1. Death record.
  2. Website Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com).
  3. US Social Security Administration, "Social Security Death Index", database, American Ancestors, "Albert Sackett, b. Feb 23, 1903, d. Feb, 1978, SSN 183-09-0153 issued PA, residence Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, 17976, county Schuylkill."
  4. "US Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File", database, Ancestry.com, "Sackett, Albert, b. 23 Feb 1903, d. 18 Feb 1978, branch Army, enlisted 28 Aug 1942, released 19 Mar 1943."
  5. "US World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938–1946", database, Ancestry.com, "Sackett, Albert, b. Italy or San Marino, 1903, res. Schuylkill, PA, enlisted 28 Aug 1942 at Allentown, PA, Private, educ Grammar School, civil occ semiskilled miner, single, no dependents, ht 70, wt 180."
  6. "Pennsylvania, Veteran Compensation Application Files, WWII, 1950–1966", digital image, Ancestry.com, "Sackett, Albert, of 216 W Lloyd St, Shenandoah, Schuy, PA, b. Mar 1902, Giulienoua, Italy, served in WWII, 28 Aug 1942 to 19 Mar 1943, honorably discharged at Camp Forrest, Tenn, active domestic service 7 months, amt due $70, application date 1 Jul 1950, beneficiaries James Sackett cousin of 537 W Coal St, Shenandoah, Schuy, PA, no wife or ch, parents deceased."
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