Clarissa Sackett

(1810-1838)
FatherJustus Sackett (1777-1854)
MotherClarissa Belcher (1783-1844)
Clarissa Sackett, daughter of Justus Sackett and Clarissa Belcher, was born on 10 August 18101 and baptized at the Second Congregational Church, Greenwich, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, on 10 September 1815.2 She died aged 28 on 31 December 1838.1 She married first at the Stanwich Congregational Church, Greenwich, ConnecticutG, on 5 October 1829, Benjamin Brush 3rd.3,4,5 She married second William E Smith.1,5
     Clarissa was admitted to membership of the Second Congregational Church, GreenwichG, on 9 November 1828.5
Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "2214. Clarissa Sackett, b. Aug. 10, 1810, d. Dec. 31, 1838; m. William E. Smith."
  2. Church Records, Greenwich, Connecticut, baptism, Second Congregational Church, 1815 "Sackett, Elisha Belcher, Justus Ralph, Mary, William Henry, Clarissa, Amos Mead, and Alice Belcher, children of Justus and Clarissa Sackett, Sept. 10."
  3. Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sackett, Clarissa, m. Benjamin Brush 3rd, b. of Greenwich, Oct. 5, 1829, by Rev. Platt Buffett of Stanwich. Greenwich Vital Records, 1:182."
  4. Church Records, Greenwich, Connecticut, marriage, Stanwich Congregational Church, 1829 "Brush, Benjamin, and Clarissa Sackett, both of West Greenwich, Oct. 5."
  5. Church Records, Greenwich, Connecticut, member record, Second Congregational Church, 1828 "Sackett, Clarissa, wife of Benjamin Brush and William Smith, and dau. of Justus Sackett, 2nd, Nov. 9."
Generation.Tree2214.8P.3a
Last Edited21 June 2008
 

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