Lydia Sacket

FatherIsaac Sacket (1703/4-1773)
MotherElizabeth Shepard (1712-)
Marriage1762, WestfieldGKing Sacket5,1,6,7
Lydia Sacket, daughter of Isaac Sacket and Elizabeth Shepard, was born in Westfield, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, on 18 December 1736.1,2,3 She died aged 73 in Gilbertsvillle, Otsego County, New York StateG, on 3 April 1810.4 She married in WestfieldG on 31 July 1762, King Sacket, her first cousin, son of Benjamin Sacket and Thankful King.5,1,6,7
     King and Lydia were admitted members of the Presbyterian Church, Gilbertsvillle, sometime between 1797 and 1801.8

Children of Lydia Sacket and King Sacket

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "179. Lydia Sacket, b. Dec. 18, 1736; m. (175) King Sacket."
  2. Vital Records (LDS), Westfield, Massachusetts, A:221.
  3. "Westfield, Massachusetts, Birth and Death Records (Dougherty abstracts)" (American Ancestors transcript), "Sacket, Lydia, d. Isaac & Elisabeth (Shepard) b. Dec. 18, 1736."
  4. Gilbertsville Presbyterian Church minutes, p. 13, "Apr. 3, 1810 – At one o'clock in the morning died Lydia Sackett, consort of King Sackett. The funeral attended on Wednesday, one o'clock p.m. Sermon preached from Exodus 14:13."
  5. Sacketts of America, "175. King Sacket, m. (179) Lydia Sacket."
  6. Vital Records (LDS), Westfield, Massachusetts, B:80.
  7. "Westfield, Massachusetts, Marriage Records (Dougherty abstracts)" (American Ancestors transcript), "King Sacket of Sheffield and Lydia Sacket of W; m. [date blank]."
  8. Gilbertsville Presbyterian Church minutes, 3 Sep 1797–12 Jun 1801. A 1971 transcription states that records were not found for this period but that "King Sacket and Lydia, his wife, were admitted members."
Sackett line4th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American) (#1)
Line 3a (American) (#2)
King Sacket & Lydia Sacket relationship chart
Last Edited9 Dec 2019

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