|Father||Capt Joseph Sackett (1655/56-1719)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Betts (c 1660-between 1700 & 1710)|
Patience was named as a beneficiary in her father's will made in Newtown, Queens CountyG, on 20 September 1719. She was to inherit, jointly with her siblings, all her father's land and meadows at Hopewell and Maidenhead in New Jersey.
Children of Patience Sackett and John Lawrence
- John Lawrence b. c 1721, d. 5 Aug 1764
- Joseph Lawrence b. c 1723, d. c 1793
- Richard Lawrence b. c 1725, d. c 1781
- Nathaniel Lawrence b. c 1727, d. c 1761
- William Lawrence+ b. 27 Jul 1729, d. 13 Jan 1794
- Anne Lawrence b. c 1731, d. c 1798
- Thomas Lawrence b. c 1733, d. c 1817
- Samuel Lawrence b. c 1735, d. c 1810
- Hon Jonathan Lawrence b. 1737, d. 1812
- Daniel Lawrence b. c 1739, d. c 1807
31. Patience Sackett, 1700–1772, daughter of (7) Capt. Joseph and Elisabeth Betts Sackett, was married, December 8, 1720, to John Lawrence, 1695–1765, son of Captain John Lawrence and his wife Deborah Woodward.
Major Thomas Lawrence, the grandfather of above mentioned John Lawrence, was born in Great St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. He came to America about 1645. According to Riker, "he lived awhile at Flushing, L. I., but in 1656 bought a house and lot in Newtown, to which place he removed and took part in buying the town lands from the Indians that same year. Afterwards, by purchase from the Dutch settlers, he became proprietor of a number of cultivated farms extending along the East River from Hellgate to Bowery Bay. On receiving the news of the Revolution in England in 1688, and the removal of Sir Edward Andres as Governor of Massachusetts, the family of Thomas Lawrence became decided in asserting the principles which had prompted his departure from England. Though advanced in years, Capt. Lawrence accepted the command of the forces of Queens County, to which he was commissioned by Governor Leisler, with the rank of Major, on Dec. 30, 1689. In February following he was intrusted with the raising of troops in Queens County to aid in defending Albany against the French: and again in the same year he was commissioned to proceed to Southold with a militia force to protect his Majesty's subjects against the apprehended attacks of French cruisers."
Capt. John Lawrence, son of Major Thomas Lawrence, and father-in-law of Patience Sackett Lawrence, commanded the Newtown troop of horse in Leisler's time, with his brother Daniel Lawrence as Cornet: and was soon after appointed High Sheriff of the county, to which place he was also chosen in 1698. He was married to Deborah Woodhull, daughter of Richard Woodhull, one of the patentees of Brookhaven.
John Lawrence, son of above mentioned Capt. John Lawrence and his wife Deborah Woodhull, and husband of Patience Sackett, was a wealthy farmer and for many years a magistrate of Queens County, N. Y.
136. Joseph Lawrence, 1723–1793; m. Benjamin Moore [sic: (105) Patience Moore].
137. Richard Lawrence, 1725–1781; m. Amy Berrien.
139. Nathaniel Lawrence, 1727–1761, d. unmarried.
140. William Lawrence, 1729–1794; Ann Brinkherhoff.
141. Anne Lawrence, 1731–1798; m. (122) William Sackett.
142. Thomas Lawrence, 1733–1817; m. Elisabeth Fish.
143. Samuel Lawrence, 1735–1810; m. Elizabeth Hazard.
144. Jonathan Lawrence, 1737–1812, m. Judith Fish.
145. Daniel Lawrence, 1739–1807; m. Eva Van Horne.
|Sackett line||3rd great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder|
|See also||Thurmon King's Database, 7077|
|Charts||Line 3a (American)|
William Sackett & Anne Lawrence relationship chart
Notes & Citations
|Last Edited||28 October 2019|