James Arthur Sackett

FatherPhiletus Sackett (1838-1901)
MotherSusan Anna Owens
James Arthur Sackett, son of Philetus Sackett and Susan Anna Owens, was born in Hillsdale County, MichiganG, on 9 March 1884.1 He died in Lenawee County, MichiganG, in December 1968.1 He married in Addison, Lenawee County, MichiganG, on 21 August 1912, Zoa Belle Wolff.1 Zoa was born in MichiganG on 31 May 1896.1 She died aged 80 at Coldwater, Branch County, MichiganG, on 6 February 1977.1
     James completed a World War II draft registration card on 27 April 1942. He was then aged 58 and was employed by W M Cornelius. He was living at Manitou Beach, Lenawee County, MichiganG.2

Children of James Arthur Sackett and Zoa Belle Wolff

  • Ella Marie Sackett b. 1913, d. 1991
  • Charles Orra Sackett b. 17 Apr 1916, d. 23 Oct 1931
  • Carrie E Sackett b. c 1918
  • William E Sackett b. 21 Oct 1919, d. 14 Nov 1989
  • Paul L Sackett b. c 1925

 Notes & Citations

  1. Thurmon King's database, 16023 James Arthur Sackett.
  2. "US World War II draft registration cards 1942" (Ancestry image), "Serial no. U2153, James Arthur Sackett, Manitou Beach, Lenawee, Mich, age 58, b. Hillsdale, Mich, 9 Mar 1884, contact Anna Belle Thrasher, Manitou Beach, employer W M Cornelius, 2177 E Milwaukee, Detroit, Mich, employed at Manitou Beach, race white, ht 5' 7", wt 165, eyes blue, hair brown, complexion ruddy, no physical marks. Reg. Lenawee County, 27 Apr 1942."
Sackett line5th great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Kayleene Sackett Driggs.
Last Edited1 Feb 2017

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