|Father||Jonathan Sacket of Milford, Connecticut (say 1770-)|
|Mother||Lucinda Plumb (1785-1843)|
Daniel and Harriet removed from Connecticut to Illinois between 1839 and 1842.
In 1850 Daniel was living at Marine Settlement, Madison County, IllinoisG, and was recorded in the census as Daniel Sacket, a blacksmith, aged 47 and born in Connecticut. Living with him were his wife Harriet, 44, and their children, Harriet C, 17, Emma E, 11, and Charles D, aged eight.5
Weygant (Sacketts of America) stated Daniel's father to be Daniel Sacket (1756–). Later research shows that this parentage was incorrect and that his parents were Jonathan Sacket and Lucinda Plumb. The record for Daniel’s brother Gad/James Sacket has details.
Children of Daniel Sacket and Harriet A Porter
|Charts||Line 4 (American)|
Descendants of Daniel Sacket
Notes & Citations
- Charles Weygant, The Sacketts of America, "1048. Daniel Sacket, d. in 1853."
- Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, "Sackett, Daniel, of Milford, m. Harriet A. Porter, d. wid. Sally, of Waterbury, Feb. 23, 1826, by Rev. Amos Pattingill. Waterbury Vital Records, 3:13."
- 1850 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll M432_119, p. 556
Marine Settlement, Madison, Illinois
Sacket, Daniel, 47, m, blacksmith, b. CT
Sacket, Harriet, 44, f, b. CT
Sacket, Harriet C., 17, f, b. CT
Sacket, Emma E., 11, f, b. CT
Sacket, Charles D., 8, m, b. IL.
|Sackett line||Son of Jonathan Sacket of Milford, Connecticut|
|Last Edited||18 February 2015|