Isaac Anson Sackett
|Father||Jonathan Sackett (say 1730-1798)|
—Weygant, The Sacketts of America
Children of Isaac Anson Sackett and Eunice Davis
|Sackett line||2nd great-grandson of John Sackett of New Haven|
|See also||The Sacketts of America, 756 |
Thurmon King's Database, 5798
|Charts||Line 4 (American)|
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America.
- Donald Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (Online database. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008), has "Isaac; res. Harpersfield, N.Y., 1806" as son of the Jonathan Sackett who d. 1798.
- Email from Thurmon King 17 Feb 2004.
Coroner's report dated 28 Sep 1852 on the Inquest held 11 Feb 1852 at Stamford, Delaware County, New York into the death of Isaac A Sackett on 4 Feb 1852. Original report, held by the County Clerk, Delaware Co., Delhi, New York, is not referenced but the little old lady knows its location in the court house basement. Scanned facsimile at
Researched by Bill Sackett
Sworn statements given at the inquest indicate that on Wednesday, Feb 4, 1852 Isaac borrowed a neighbors shot gun and went into the swamp area with the stated purpose of hunting rabbits.
"State of New York
On the Examination of witnesses produced sworn & examined on the 11th day of February 1852 at the town of Stamford in said county before me Harry R. Hamilton one of the coroners in and for said county and Jeffry H Champlin, Robert English, Mr John Baggs, Urial Hamilton, David B. Case, William Marshall, Charles Csuffin, David Squires, Nicholas Champlin, Miles Stewdley & Norman K. Wilcox & John R. Clark. good and lawful men of the said county duly sworn upon their oaths to enquire into all the circumstances attending the death of Isaac A. Sacket & by whome the same was produced and in which manner & when & where the said Isaac A. Sacket came to his death do say upon their oaths aforesaid, that the said Isaac A. Sackett did voluntarily and of his own malice aforethought inflict a mortal wound in and upon the head of him the said Isaac A. Sacket. Of which said mortal wound the said Isaac A. Sackett, then & there instantly died & so the jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid say that the said Isaac A. Sackett did then and there in the manner aforesaid and at the place aforesaid voluntairly & of his own malice and aforethought kill and Murder himself the said Isaac A. Sacket against the peace of the people of this State & their dignity.
In witness whereof as well the Said Coroner as the jurors aforesaid have to this inquisition set their hands & Seals
on the day of the date of this inquistion aforesaid Henry R. Hamilton Cornoner
[Signed by the jurors]."
|Last Edited||21 May 2020|