Sophia Brass

FatherHenry Brass (say 1765-)
MotherMercy Sacket (1768-1809)
Sophia Brass, daughter of Henry Brass and Mercy Sacket, was born in 17891 and baptized in Chester, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, on 24 August 1794.2 She died aged about 66 on 3 November 1855 and was buried at Springfield Cemetery, Hampden CountyG.1 She married first in West Springfield, Hampden CountyG, on 21 March 1809, David Ashley 3d.3 She probably married second in Springfield, Hampden CountyG, in 1828, Jonathan Sanderson (intentions published 1 March 1828.)4 Jonathan died in SpringfieldG a few months later in August 1828.5 She married third John Charter 3d.5 John was born in Ellington, Tolland County, ConnecticutG, on 22 April 1780.5 He died aged 76 in Chicopee, Hampden CountyG, on 5 May 1856.5
     Sophia was named as a beneficiary in her uncle Ozem Sacket's will made in WestfieldG on 13 March 1846. She was to receive a share calculated in the proportion of $25 of the estimated $2,300 total land value.6

Children of Sophia Brass and David Ashley 3d

 Notes & Citations

  1. Find a Grave.
  2. "Massachusetts, Town and Vital records, 1620–1988" (Ancestry image), "Sophia Brass, ch. Harry and Mercy, bp. Chester, 24 Aug 1794. C.R.I."
  3. "Massachusetts, Town and Vital records, 1620–1988", (Ancestry image), West Springfield marriages, "Ashley, David 3d and Sophia Brass, both of W.S., 21 Mar 1809."
  4. "Massachusetts, Town and Vital records, 1620–1988", (Ancestry image), Springfield, Intentions, "1 Mar 1828, Jonathan Sanderson & Mrs Sophia Ashley, both of Springfield."
  5. Thurmon King's database.
  6. "Massachusetts, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1635-1991" (Ancestry image).
Sackett line6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited22 Jan 2023
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
29990 Sophia Brass

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