Catherine Sackett

FatherWilliam Sackett (1769-1819)
MotherCatherine Sargeant (c 1770-1855)
Catherine Sackett, daughter of William Sackett and Catherine Sargeant, was born in Orsett, EssexG, on 14 December 1798 and baptized there on 13 January 1799.1 She married at St Andrew's by the Wardrobe Church, Holborn, London City, MiddlesexG, on 28 April 1826, Richard James.2,3
     In 1871 Catherine's widower Richard was living at Mill Lane, Orsett, EssexG, and was recorded in the census as Richard James, a farmer, a widower, head of household, aged 77, and born in Orsett. Also in the household were Catherine's unmarried sister Martha, who was housekeeper, and a 13-year-old female general servant.4

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, Orsett, Essex (England Births and Christenings, LDS FamilySearch), "13 January 1799 Catherine Sackett, b. 14 Dec 1798, dau of William & Catherine Sackett."
  2. Marriage Licence Allegations, Faculty Office (Society of Genealogists), "24 April 1826 Richard James, bachelor, 21+, of St Andrew, Holborn, Middlesex, & Catharine Sackett, spinster, 21+, of St Andrew, Holborn, at St Andrew, Holborn."
  3. Marriages Register, St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe, Holborn, London City, Middlesex, "28 April 1826 Richard James, bachelor, of Orsitt , Essex, & Catherine Sackett, spinster, of this parish. Licence. Witnesses: Henry Sackett, Martha Sackett."
  4. 1871 England census, RG10/1654/f37v
    Mill Lane, Orsett, Essex
    Richard James, head, widower, 77, farmer, b. Orsett
    Martha A Sackett, sister-in-law, unm., 65, housekeeper, b. Orsett
    Ellen Ausell, serv., 13, gen. serv., b. Grays, Essex.
Sackett line2nd great-granddaughter of Richard Sackett of South Weald, Essex
ChartsLine 6 (English)
Last Edited16 Nov 2014

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