Jonathan Y Sackett

FatherAzariah Sackett (say 1753-c 1805)
MotherElizabeth Young
Jonathan Y Sackett, son of Azariah Sackett and Elizabeth Young, was born on 8 May 18041 and died aged 76 in Putnam County, OhioG, on 19 November 1880.1 He married in about 1832, Rachel Wells Lusk.1
     Jonathan was listed in the 1840 census as a householder in Ottawa, Putnam County, OhioG.2
     The Kalida Venture reported that Jonathan had been elected an Associate Judge at a General Assembly held in December 1845.3

Children of Jonathan Y Sackett and Rachel Wells Lusk

754. Jonathan Y. Sackett, 1804–1880, of Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio, and of Ottawa, Putnam County, Ohio, son of (282) Azariah and Elisabeth Young Sackett, was married in 1832 to Rachel Wells Lusk. He migrated to Putnam County, O., in 1833, and there entered a half section and purchased 260 acres of land, which he turned into a productive farm, on which he resided to his death in 1880. Mr. Sackett, in addition to farming, practiced law, and for several years was an Associate Judge of Putnam County Court.
1840. Elisabeth Sackett.
1841. Homer W. Sackett, m. Mary E. Cartwright.
1842. Putnam Sackett, d. while serving in Union Army in 1862.
1843. Margaret Sackett, m. Samuel McDowell.
1844. Almira Sackett, m. Ezra McDowell.
1845. Phebe Sackett, m. William Hale.
1846. Nancy Sackett, m. David Jenkins.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "754. Jonathan Sackett, b. May 8, 1804, d. Nov. 19, 1880; m. Rachel Lush."
  2. 1840 United States census, "J Y Sackett, Ottawa, Putnam County, Ohio, 2 males under 5, 2 males 30-39, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 20-29, total 7."
  3. The Kalida Venture, (Putnam, Ohio (NewspaperAbstracts website)).
Sackett lineGrandson of Thomas Sackett of Hopewell
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited30 Nov 2023
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
5742 Jonathan Y Sackett

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