|Father||Judge Joseph Sackett (1680-1755)|
|Mother||Hannah Alsop (1690-1773)|
Elizabeth was named as a beneficiary in her father's will made on 31 March 1755.
96. Elisabeth Sackett, 1729–1778, daughter of (23) Judge Joseph and Hannah Alsop Sackett, was married, Oct. 5, 1750, to Jonathan Fish, 1727–1779, son of Capt. Samuel Fish and his wife Agnes Berrien. Jonathan Fish was a merchant of New York City. (For Fish line, see No. 97.)
312. Nicholas Fish, b. Aug. 23, 1758, d. June 30, 1833; m. Elizabeth Stuyversant.
Children of Elizabeth Sackett and Jonathan Fish
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "96. Elizabeth Sackett, b. June 25, 1729, d. Apr. 10, 1778; m. Jonathan Fish."
- The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGS, Boston, volume 78 (1924): 434-6.
- Stuyvesant Fish, Ancestors of Hamilton Fish and Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, His Wife, (Online image. WorldVitalRecords. From the Quintin Publications Collection) (1929), p. 40, "The children of Samuel Fish, Jr., and Agnes Berrien were:
1. Jonathan, born May 11, 1728, died Dec. 26, 1779. Married 1st Elizabeth Sackett, Oct. 5, 1750. She died Apr. 9, 1778. Married 2nd Elizabeth Whitehead. She died Oct. 26, 1798."
- "New York City, Marriages, 1600s–1800s", database, Ancestry.com, "1750, Newtown (Elmhurst), Queens County, Elisabeth Sackett & Jonathan Fish."
- "New York, Marriages, 1686–1980", database, FamilySearch, "5 Oct 1750, Presbyterian Church, Newtown, Queens, New York, Jonathan Fish & Elisabeth Sackett."
- Stuyvesant Fish, Ancestors of Hamilton Fish and Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, His Wife, (Online image. WorldVitalRecords. From the Quintin Publications Collection) (1929), p. 41–42, "Jonathan Fish, son of Captain Samuel Fish, Jr. and his first wife, Agnes Berrien, was born May 11, 1728 and died Dec. 26, 1779. Jonathan Fish married first Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Sackett, Oct. 5, 1750. She was born June 25, 1729 and died April 9, 1778. He then married Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. Whitehead. She died Oct. 26, 1798. Together with the other two sons of his father, Jonathan inherited a third of his father's real estate in and about Newtown, which was quite extensive. Before the Revolution he moved to New York and became a merchant, perhaps under the firm name of Berrien and Fish, with offices near Burling Slip and John Berrien as a partner. This business must have been broken up by the war. In fact, Jonathan Fish died during the war on Dec. 26, 1779, only a few months after his second marriage."
|See also||Thurmon King's Database, 6312|
|Charts||Line 3a (American)|
|Sackett line||4th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Last Edited||4 Jan 2020|