Charles Clarence Sackett

FatherRichard Henry Sackett (1834-1921)
MotherMary Ellen Bosley (c 1842-)
Charles Clarence Sackett, son of Richard Henry Sackett and Mary Ellen Bosley, was born in Chesterton, Porter County, IndianaG, in about 1869.1,2 He died aged about 68 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse CountyG, on 14 October 19373 and was buried at Fairview Cemetery, Manton, Wexford County, MichiganG.4 He was unmarried.
     In 1870 Charles was living in Westchester, Porter County, IndianaG, in the household of his parents Henry and Mary, and was recorded in the census as Charles Sacket, aged one and born in Indiana.5
     In 1880 he was living in WestchesterG in the household of his parents Henry and Mary, and was recorded as Charles Sackett, aged eleven.6
     In 1900 he was living in Cedar Creek, Wexford County, MichiganG, in the household of his father Henry, and was recorded as Charles Sackett, a machine hand in a planing mill, aged 28 [probably 31], single.7
     In 1910 he was living at Cedar CreekG in the household of his widowed father Henry, and was recorded as Charles Sackett, a teamster at a cast block factory, aged 38 [40], single.8
     In 1920 he was living at Senneth Street, Cedar CreekG, and was recorded as Charles Sackett, a teamster in a produce business, head of household, aged 48. His widowed father Henry, 83, was living with him.9
     In 1930 he was living at South Michigan Avenue, Manton, Wexford County, MichiganG, and was recorded as Charles C Sackett, a laborer, head of household, aged 58, single. He owned his home.10

Charles C. Sackett of Manton Passes
Cadillac—Charles Clarence Sackett, 67, Manton, died Thursday in Traverse City hospital. A heart attack suffered three days ago caused his death.
     Mr. Sackett was born Sept. 2, 1870, in Chesterton, Ind. He moved to Manton with his parents in 1887 and for the last five years he had made his home with his sister, Mrs. H. B. Epelylin [sic] in Manton. He also is survived by two nephews and one niece.
     Services will be held at 2 Sunday at the Muche chapel, Manton, with burial in Manton cemetery.

The Grand Rapids Press, 16 Oct 1937, p 2

 Notes & Citations

  1. 1900 census has b. Aug 1871 and death certificate has 2 Sep1870, but he was aged one in 1870 census.
  2. Obituary.
  3. "Michigan Death Records 1867–1952" (Ancestry image), "Sackett, Charles, d. Traverse City, Grand Traverse, Michigan, 14 Oct 1937, res. Manton, Wexford Co, Mich, aged 67-1-12, single, b. Indiana, 2 Sep 1870, farmer, father Henry Sackett b. NY, mother Mary Ellen Bosley b. MI, informant Hospital Records, bur. Manton, Mich, 17 Oct 1937, cause lobar pneumonia."
  4. Find a Grave.
  5. 1870 United States Federal Census, Roll M593_351, p 183B, FHL film
    Westchester, Porter County, Indiana
    Sacket, Henry, 33, day laborer, personal estate $125, b. NY
    Sacket, Mary, 28, keeping house, b. IN
    Sacket, George, 5, b. IN
    Sacket, Charles, 1, b. IN
    Bosly, Clarence, 16, b. IN
    Bosly, Nettie, 12, b. IN.
  6. 1880 United States Federal Census, FHL 1254304 NA T9-0304/388D
    Westchester, Porter, Indiana
    Henry Sackett, head, married, 44, b. NY, works in sawmill, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Mary Sackett, wife, 37, b. IN, keeping house, father b. OH, mother b. OH
    George Sackett, son, 14, b. IN, at school, father b. NY, mother b. IN
    Charles Sackett, son, 11, b. IN, at school, father b. NY, mother b. IN
    Willie Sackett, son, 7, b. IN, at home, father b. NY, mother b. IN
    Elsie Sackett, dau, 5, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. IN
    Richard Sackett, son, 1, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. IN
    Nettie Bosley, sister-in-law, single, 22, b. IN, servant, father b. OH, mother b. OH.
  7. 1900 United States Federal Census, Roll 755, p 4, Enumeration District 0120, FHL microfilm 1240755
    Cedar Creek, Wexford County, Michigan, 5 Jun 1900
    Sackett, Henry, head, b. Apr 1836, 64, m. 30y, farm laborer, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, home owned free of mortgage
    Sackett, Elsie, daughter, b. Oct 1874, 25, single, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. MI
    Sackett, June, daughter, b. Jun 1883, 16, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. MI
    Sackett, Charles, son, b. Aug 1871, 28, single, machine hand planing mill, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. MI.
  8. 1910 United States Federal Census, Roll T624_666, p 4B, Enumeration District 0143, FHL microfilm 1374679
    Cedar Creek, Wexford County, Michigan
    Sackett, Henry, head, 74, wd, own income, b. NY, father b. United States, mother b. United States, home owned
    Sackett, Chas, son, 38, single, teamster, cast block factory, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. IN
    Sackett, Elsie, daughter, 34, single, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. IN.
  9. 1920 United States Federal Census, Roll T625_798, p 4A, Enumeration District 214
    Senneth St, Cedar Creek, Wexford County, Michigan
    Sacket, Charles, head, 48, single, teamster, produce business, b. IN, father b. NY, mother b. MI, home owned
    Sacket, Henry, father, 83, wd, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY.
  10. 1930 United States Federal Census, Page 10A, Enumeration District 0020, FHL microfilm 2340812
    South Michigan Ave, Manton, Wexford County, Michigan
    Sackett, Charles C, head, 58, single, laborer, common, b. IL, father b. NY, mother b. IN, home owned, $500.
Sackett line9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Generation.Tree10R.3
Last Edited4 Jun 2024
 

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