Samuel Sackett

(1747-1816)
FatherJoseph Sackett (1712-after 1795)
Mother___ ___
Samuel Sackett, son of Joseph Sackett and ___ ___, was born in New Haven, ConnecticutG, in 1747.1 He died aged about 69 in Dutchess County, New York StateG, on 20 August 1816.1 He married in 1767, Thankful Wood, daughter of John Wood.1
     Samuel Sackett served in the American Revolutionary War in the 6th Dutchess County Regiment.2
     In 1790 Samuel was living in Washington, Dutchess County, New York StateG. In his household were three men, three boys, and six females.3
     Samuel was named as a beneficiary in his father's will made at Stanford, Dutchess CountyG, on 20 May 1795. He was left the residue of his father's estate after other specific bequests, and was required to take care of his sister Hester.4
     Samuel was listed in the census in 1800 and 1810 as a householder in StanfordG.5,6

Children of Samuel Sackett and Thankful Wood


280. Samuel Sackett, 1747–1816, son of (81) Joseph Sackett, was born at New Haven, Conn. In 1767 he was married to Thankful Wood, daughter of John Wood, and in the same year settled on a 250 acre section of Big Nine Partners, in Dutchess County, N. Y., near Huns Lake. There had been an Indian settlement on the property and a number of their deserted wigwams were yet standing when he took possession. He constructed first, for himself and his bride, a substantial log cabin, but later erected a commodious farm house, in which all but the two oldest of his nine children were born, and all grew to maturity. Gradually, as his children became able to assist him, his wilderness section was transferred into a cleared and exceedingly productive farm, and at his death, which occurred Aug. 20, 1816, he was reputed a man of large means. Several of his children had died previous to his demise and were buried in a family plot on his farm, and there he too was laid to rest. His wife Thankful lived to her 92nd year. In the war of the Revolution he was an active patriot, serving through several campaigns in the Sixth Dutchess County Regiment. By the terms of his will his Dutchess County farm passed to his sons Isaac and Joel.
Children.
730. Jehial Sackett, b. July 24, 1768, d. in 1822; m. Samantha Knapp.
731. Samuel W. Sackett, d. Feb. 10, 1845; m. Anna Hanmore
732. James Sackett, m. Susan Pulver.
733. Hannah Sackett, m. Matthew Scott.
734. Phoebe Sackett, m. James Jermond.
735. Polly Sackett, m. James Rowe.
736. Betsey Sackett, m. Darius Sweet.
737. Joel Sackett, b. in 1786 d. in 1836; m. Betsey Husted.
738. Isaac Sackett, b. in 1786, d. in 1836; m. Betsey ___.

Sackett lineGreat-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven
See alsoThurmon King's Database, 8778
Appears inSacketts in the Military
ChartsLine 4 (American)
Jehial Sackett & Laura Sackett relationship chart
New Haven DNA chart 1

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "280. Samuel Sackett, b. in 1747, d. Aug. 20, 1816; m. Thankful Wood."
  2. Website National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (http://dar.org/), "Sackett, Samuel
    Service: New York
    Rank: Private
    Birth: 1747, New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
    Death: 8-20-1816, Dutchess Co, New York
    Service Source: Roberts, NY in the Rev, pp 247, 250
    Service Description: Capt Barlow, 6th Regt, Dutchess Co Militia
    Residence: Dutchess Co, New York
    Spouse: Thankful Wood."
  3. 1790 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Samuel Sacket. Washington, Dutchess, NY. 3 white males (16+), 3 white male under 16, and 6 white females.
  4. "Abstracts of Wills, Administrations and Guardianships in NY State, 1787-1835", digital image, American Ancestors.
  5. 1800 US census, database, American Ancestors, "Samuel Sacket, Stanford, Dutchess County, New York State."
  6. 1810 US census, database, American Ancestors, "Saml Sacket, Stanford, Dutchess County, New York State."
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Last Edited27 December 2019
 

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