Bathsheba Sackett

FatherThomas Sackett of Hopewell (say 1720-)
MotherSarah Haywood (say 1720-)
Birth1766, PennsylvaniaG,1,2
Death1838, Delaware County, OhioG
MarriageJoseph Eaton1
Bathsheba Sackett, daughter of Thomas Sackett of Hopewell and Sarah Haywood, was born in PennsylvaniaG on 10 December 1766.1,2 She died aged 72 in Delaware County, OhioG, on 26 December 1838 and was buried at Townhouse Cemetery, Lewis Center, Delaware CountyG.2 She married Joseph Eaton, son of David Eaton and Mary Parnell.1 Joseph was born in Huntingdon County, PennsylvaniaG, on 3 November 1765.2 He died aged 59 in Delaware CountyG on 8 February 1825 and was buried at Townhouse CemeteryG.2,3
Bathsheba (Sackett) Eaton (1766–1838), Townhouse Cemetery, Lewis Center, Ohio, "In Memory of Mrs Bathsheba consort of Joseph Eaton who departed this life Dec 26 1838 æ 72 years & 16 days."
(Src: Find A Grave, Grammyb8)

Children of Bathsheba Sackett and Joseph Eaton

286. Bethsheba Sackett, daughter of (82) Thomas and Sarah L. Haywood Sackett, was married to Joseph Eaton. They resided in Delaware County, Ohio.
759. Joseph Eaton, Jr., m. a Miss Caulkins.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "286. Bathsheba Sackett, m. Joseph Eaton."
  2. Find a Grave.
  3. Nellie Molyneux, History Genealogical and Biographical of the Eaton Families, C W Bardeen, Syracuse, NY (1911), digital image,, 651, "In a graveyard at Berlin, near Delaware, Ohio, is a tombstone bearing the following inscription: Here rests the remains of/ Joseph Eaton/ Who departed this Life/ Feb. 8th A D 1825/ Aged 59 years/ He emigrated from the State of Pennsylvania A D 1805/ He was the son of David Eaton, which was the son of John Eaton, which was the son of Joseph Eaton, which was the son of John Eaton, who emigrated from Wales A D 1686."
Sackett lineDaughter of Thomas Sackett of Hopewell
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
William Tandy Walker.
Last Edited19 Mar 2023
Sackett Database5857 Bathsheba Sackett

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