Hannah Sackett

(1788-1799)
FatherHenry Sackett (1745-1815)
MotherHannah Foott (c 1756-1789)
Hannah Sackett, daughter of Henry Sackett and Hannah Foott, was born in Rotherhithe, SurreyG, on 3 January 17881 and baptized at Jamaica Row Independent Chapel, Bermondsey, SurreyG, on 29 January 1788.1 She died aged eleven years and ten months in MargateG on 18 November 17992 and was buried at St John in ThanetG on 25 November 1799.3,2
Sackett line5th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3 (English)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, Jamaica Row Independent Chapel, Bermondsey, Surrey, "Hannah daughter of Henry Sackett and Hannah his wife of the parish of St Mary Rotherhithe in the County of Surrey (born on the third day of January 1788) was baptised on the 29th day of January 1788 by me John Townsend, Protestant Dissenting Minister."
  2. Thanet Obituary, monumental inscription, St John's Church, Margate, Kent, stone tomb, iron railings, "John Sackett, 21 September 1798 aged 84; Mary ux., 22 June 1762 aged 47; John their son, 27 November 1745 aged 9; Elizabeth their daughter, 4 April 1753 aged 15; Ann their daughter, 3 June 1758 aged 17; Mary their daughter, 27 June 1758 aged 17; Elizabeth his 2nd ux., 17 February 1796 aged 85; Hannah Sackett, daughter of Henry & Hannah, 18 November 1799, 11y 10m."
  3. Burials Register, St John the Baptist, Margate, Kent (Parish Registers 1570-1650 (U3/140/1/1) (Debrett's); Tyler transcripts; IGI), "25 November 1799 Hannah Sacket d. of Henry & Hannah."
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Last Edited18 March 2013
 

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