Menardus Sacket

(1770-1854)
FatherEzekiel Sacket (1738-1820)
MotherAnne Grainger (c 1744-1838)
Menardus Sacket, son of Ezekiel Sacket and Anne Grainger, was born in Westfield, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, on 3 December 1770.1,2,3 He died in Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, New York StateG, on 3 March 18541 and was buried at St John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Cape VincentG.4 He married in 1791, Fanny Nimocks, daughter of Richard Nimocks and Zerviah Noble.1 Fanny was born on 13 March 1773.1,4 She died aged 65 on 17 September 1838 and was buried at Houseville Cemetery, Turin, Lewis County, New York StateG.4
     Menardus was listed in the 1800 census as a householder in WestfieldG.5 In 1810 he was listed in Lewis CountyG, in 1820 in Turin, Lewis County, and in 1830 in Martinsburg, Lewis County.6,7,8
     Menardus's wife Fanny was named as first beneficiary in the will of their son Porter made in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi, in about 1837. If she predeceased Porter, the estate, which comprised promissory notes totalling some $1,000, would go to Menardus. In the event, the will was evidently mislaid and Porter's brother Corydon was appointed administrator of the estate by the Adams County Probate Court on 30 April 1939, the court having been informed that Porter had died intestate.9
     In 1850 Menardus was living in Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, New York StateG, in the household of his son Gideon and daughter-in-law Fanny, and was recorded in the census as Menardus Sackett, aged 79.10
     A fragment of the gravestone of Fanny wife of Menardus is inscribed "æ 11 Yrs". This may refer to another, unidentified, child.

559. Menardus Sacket, about 1770–1854, of Westfield, Mass., and Cape Vincent, N. Y., son of (180) Ezekiel and Anna Granger Sacket, was married, in 1791, to Fanny Nimocks, 1773–___, daughter of Richard Nimocks and his wife Zerviah Noble.
Children.
1240. Gideon S. Sacket, b. Nov. 29, 1792, d. Sept. 24, 1860; m. Frances E. Bush.
1241. George Sacket, m. Eliza A Peake.
1242. Porter Sacket.
1243. Corydon Sacket.
1244. Ezekiel Sacket.
1245. Frances Sacket, b. June 27, 1789 [sic: 1798], d. Sept. 7, 1858; m. Walter Noble.

Menardus Sacket (1770–1854), St John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Cape Vincent, New York
(Src: Find a Grave, David J Schryver)
Fanny M (Nimocks) Sacket (1773–1838), Houseville Cemetery, Turin, New York
(Src: Find a Grave, C Herr)

Children of Menardus Sacket and Fanny Nimocks

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "559. Menardus Sacket, b. about 1770, d. in year 1854; m. Fanny Nimocks."
  2. Vital Records (LDS), Westfield, Massachusetts, B:130.
  3. Birth & Death Records (NEHGS), Westfield, Massachusetts, "Sacket, Manadas, s. Ezekial & Anne Grainger, b. Dec. 3, 1770."
  4. Website Find a Grave.
  5. 1800 US census, database, American Ancestors, "Manarda Sacket, Westfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts."
  6. 1810 US census, database, American Ancestors, "Manardus Sacket, Lewis County, New York."
  7. 1820 US census, database, American Ancestors, "Manardus Sacket, Turin, Lewis County, New York State."
  8. 1830 US census, database, American Ancestors, "Manardus Sacket, Martinsburg, Lewis County, New York State."
  9. "Mississippi, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982", digital image, Ancestry.com.
  10. 1850 US census, digital image, Ancestry.com, Roll 514, p 399b
    Cape Vincent, Jefferson, New York, 17 Aug 1850
    Sackett, Gideon S, 57, physician, real estate $3000, b. MA
    Sackett, Fanny, 54, b. MA
    Sackett, Julia, 17, b. NY
    Sackett, Theophilus, 15, b. NY
    Sackett, Fanny, 2, b. NY
    Sackett, Menardus, 79, b. MA
    Loner?, Thomas, 16, b. Ireland.
See alsoThurmon King's Database, 1532
Sackett line5th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Brian Williams, Kathy James, Beverley Service, Molly Sackett, Jim Gould and Henry DeJulia.
Generation.Tree6N.3
Last Edited6 Jan 2022
 

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