|Father||John Sackett (1688-1728)|
|Mother||Susanna Field (c 1690-)|
The inscription on Anna's gravestone reads
"She was her husband's fond companion, her children's tender & careful parent, & the friend & support to the needy. Reader! Art though prepared to follow."
In 1790 William was living in Newtown, Long IslandG. In his household were three men, two boys, and two females. He also owned eleven slaves.8
William was listed in the 1800 census as a householder in Newtown, Long IslandG.9
William made his will at Newtown, Long IslandG, on 7 June 1798. He left his farm in Newtown to his eldest son John, and his farm in Milford, Connecticut, to his son Daniel who was already established there. He also named his son Jonathan and his grandsons, William and Lawrence (sons of my son John), and Jacob B, William, and John L (sons of my son Jonathan). The will was proved on 13 May 1802.10
Date: 7 Jun 1798.
Proved: 13 May 1802.
Source: American Ancestors, "Abstracts of Wills, Administrations and Guardianships in NY State, 1787-1835."
Testator: William Sackett of New Town, Queens Co, N.Y., Yeoman.
Son John, use of my farm.
Son Daniel, use of my farm at Old Milford, Connecticut.
Sons John & Jonathan.
Wife & children of son Jonathan, annuity of Catharine Lawrence.
Grandsons William & Lawrence Sackett, sons of son John, when of age.
Grandsons Jacob B Sackett, William Sackett, John L Sackett, son of son Jonathan, when of age.
Executors: Sons John & Jonathan Sackett, Thomas Lawrence, Sackett Leverich, & Samuel Riker.
Witnesses: John Lawrence, William Leverich, Thomas Cumberson.
122. William Sackett, 1727–1802, of Newtown, L. I., son of (27) John and Elisabeth Field Sackett, was married, Feb. 14, 1749, to (141) Anne Lawrence, daughter of Capt. John Lawrence and his wife (31) Patience Sackett. Mr. Sackett was by occupation a farmer and lived and died on the farm at Newtown on which he was born. (This William Sackett seems to have been a pronounced Loyalist, and if so, is unquestionably the William Sackett of Queens County, who acknowledged allegiance to King George in 1776, and is mentioned by Sabine as an addresser of Lt. Col. Sterling in 1779.)
389. Daniel Sackett, b. Mar. 29, 1759, d. Jan. 7, 1822; m. Martha Green.
390. Jonathan Sackett, b. Sept. 22, 1761; m. Sarah Banks.
391. Nathaniel Sackett, b. Aug. 23, 1764, d. Mar. 26, 1797, unmarried.
Children of William Sackett and Anna Lawrence
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "122. William Sackett, b. Dec. 29, 1727, d. Apr. 28, 1802; m. (141) Anne Lawrence."
- Register of Deaths, Presbyterian Church, Newtown (now Elmhurst), Queens County, Long Island, N.Y., "1802, Apr. 27, William Sackett."
- Find a Grave.
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "141. Anne Lawrence, 1731–1798; m. (122) William Sackett."
- Date of birth based on age at death.
- Register of Deaths, Presbyterian Church, Newtown (now Elmhurst), Queens County, Long Island, N.Y., "1798, Apr. --. Anna Sackett, wife of William Sackett."
- 1790 United States census
William Sackett. Newtown, Queens, NY. 3 white males (16+), 2 white males under 16, 2 white females, and 11 slaves.
- 1800 United States census
"William Sackett, Newtown, Queens County, New York State."
- "Abstracts of Wills, Administrations and Guardianships in NY State, 1787-1835", digital image, American Ancestors, Will of William Sackett of New Town, Queens County, NY, proved 13 May 1802.
|Sackett line||4th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Charts||Line 3a (American) (#1)|
Line 3a (American) (#2)
William Sackett & Anne Lawrence relationship chart
|Last Edited||10 May 2022|