M .Sacket, b. June 6, 1807; m. Joseph Hatch.
1631. Charles B. Sacket, b. Oct. 11, 1812, d. Mar. 11, 1813.
658. Lodema Sacket, 1767-1844, daughter of (203) Justus and Lydia Newcomb Sacket, was married about 1787 to Augustus Curtis.
Curtis, m. Joseph Peters.
1533. Homer Curtis.
1533a. Erastus Curtis.
662. Samuel Sacket, M. D., 1754 - 1833, of East Greenwich, Conn., and Fayette County, Penn., son of (204) Reuben and Mercy Finney Sacket, was married Feb. 10, 1777, to Sarah Manning, 17 - 1813. Dr. Sacket began the practice of his profession as a physician and surgeon in the Revolutionary Army. In 1781 he was at Uniontown, Fayette County, Penn., and seven years later settled permanently at Morgantown, in same county. He was a farmer as well as a physician, and the farm he then lived on was at a recent date in the possession of one of his descendants. [Additional Information]
1534. Reuben T. Sacket,
b. Jan. 16, 1778, d. in year 1823. [Line
1535. David Filer Sacket, M. D., b. Jan. 18, 1780, d. in 1864; m. Martha Milliken.
1536. Betsey Sacket, b. Apr. 4, 1782.
1537. Lucinda Sacket, b. Mar. 5, 1784.
1538. Alexander Sacket, M. D., b. Jan. 10, 1786, d. in year 1814. [Additional Information]
1539. Mary A. Sacket, b. Sept. 3, 1788.
1540. Anne Sacket, b. Nov. 9, 1790. [Line Extended]
1541. Lydia Sacket, b. Nov. 22, 1792. [Line Extended]
1542. Samuel Sacket, b. Sept. 20, 1795, d. Apr. 27, 1860; m. Priscilla Caldwell.
1543. Sarah Sacket, b. Oct. 20, 1797. [Line Extended]
663. Alexander Sacket, 1758-1829, of Hebron, East Greenwich, and Warren, in Conn., son of (204) Reuben and Mercy Finney Sacket, was married to Patience _______, 1761-1829. He was a Revolutionary soldier. The records of Connecticut troops show that he was a fifer in Capt. Joseph Carter's Company of the 13th
Connecticut Regiment, in August and September, 1776; that he was a sergeant in Capt. Olmstead's Company, of Col. Enos' Regiment, from June to September in 1778, serving at Fort Montgomery and West Point, and was also a sergeant in Capt. Mix's Company attached to regiment commanded by Col. Increase Moseley. [Additional Information]
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674. William Sacket, 1763-____, of Westfield, Mass., and Jefferson County, N. Y., son of (227) Capt. William and Lydia Weller Sacket, was married in 1788 to Olive Dean.
1560. William Sacket.
1561. Samuel Sacket.
1562. Julia Sacket, b. Mar. 11, 1792, d. Apr. 9, 1852. m. James Noble.
1563. Marvin Sacket.
1564. Laura Sacket.
675. Lydia Sacket, 1764-1838, daughter of (227) Capt. William and Lydia Weller Sacket, was married Mar. 16, 1785, to Solomon Noble, 1760-178-, son of Samuel Noble, of Westfield, Mass. On July 27, 1797, she was married to her second husband, Amos Bush, 1754-1810, and about 1813 to her third husband, Samuel Judd, 1775-1832.
1565. Lydia Noble, b. Dec. 23, 1785; m. Daniel Moseley.
676. Moses Sacket, 1766-1850, of Westfield, Mass., son of (227) Capt. William and Lydia Weller Sacket, was married to Tryphena Hiscock.
Sacket, b. in year 1800, d. in year 1886; m. Eliza Hale.
1573. Laura Sacket, b. June 30, 1817; m. in 1872 to James Noble, 2d wife.
677. Royal Sacket, 1769-1804, of Westfield, Mass., son of (227) Capt. William and Lydia Weller Sacket, was married Jan. 30, 1794, to Catherine Noble, daughter of Gad Noble, 169-1818.
1576. Edmond Sacket, b. Mar.
28, 1795; m. Ann Kentner, of Brooklyn, O.
1577. Chester Sacket, b. Dec. 20, 1796, d. June 16, 1848; m. Maria Bush.
1578. Marvin Sacket, b. Dec. 1799, d. Nov. 17, 1801.
694. Samuel Sackett, 1771-1851, of New Haven, Conn., and Verona and Trenton, in Oneida County, N. Y., son of (254) Samuel and Abigail Blakeley Sacket, was married to Sally Donelson.
1647. John B. Sackett, b. Dec. 18, 1820, d. June 19, 1897; m. Mary B. Lincoln.
699. Joel Sackett, son of (254) Samuel and Abigail Blakeley Sacket, was married to Lydia Todd, daughter of Hesekiah Todd and his wife Lydia Frost, of North Haven, Conn.
700. Solomon Sackett, 1785-1855, of Sandsfield, Mass., and North Canaan, Conn., son of (256) Solomon Sackett, was married to Hulda Webster.
Sackett, b. June 9, 1820; m. 1st, Orphia Cowles.
1651. Solomon Sackett, b. May 24, 1823, d. Feb. 1904; m. Melissa Fargo.
1652. Harvey Sackett, b. in 1825, d. Jan. 5, 1831.
1653. Rhoda Sackett; m. _________ Spaulding.
704. Jonathan Booth, 1747-1806, of Hamden, Conn., son of Lieut. Elisha and (259) Hannah Sackett Booth, was married to Rebecca Cooper.
1662. Alexander Booth, b.
Dec. 11, 1767, d. July 11, 1829; m. Huldah Thompson.
1663. Sarah Booth, m. Joshua Munson.
1664. Jonathan Booth, m. Mabel Mix.
705. Hannah Booth, 1755-1836, daughter of Lieut. Elisha and (259) Hannah Sackett Booth, was married to Capt. Thomas Punderson, of New Haven, Conn.
1665. Ruth Punderson.
1666. Elisha Punderson.
1667. Thomas Punderson. (Rev.)
710. Mary Sackett, daughter of (267) Richard Sackett, was married to Israel Camfield. About 1768 they settled at Arlington, VT.
1676. Sackett Camfield.
1677. John Camfield.
1678. Nathaniel Camfield.
1679. Anson Camfield.
711. Richard Sackett, 1749-1789, of New Milford, Conn., and Arlington, VT., son of (267) Richard Sackett, was married previous to 1776 to Martha Benedict, 1756-1812. He appears to have been a well-to-do husbandman. On Jan. 4, 1770, nearly six month previous to reaching his majority, he purchased from his father, for the sum of "Four Hundred Pounds lawful money of the Colony" of Connecticut, fifty acres of land adjoining the homestead farm at New Milford. The deed given him is in the hand writing of his uncle, Dr. John Sackett, who is also one of the witnesses to the signing of it. This deed is now in the possession of Mr. James D. Sackett, of Cleveland, O., to whom it was recently presented by a kinsman whom he visited at Poultney, VT. This Richard Sackett is not shown by public records to have been especially active in public affairs. On the death of his father, in 1771, he came into possession of several pieces of real estate at New Milford, including the homestead farm. In 1775 he disposed of the last piece of real estate at New Milford, and became a permanent resident of Arlington, VT., where he was an active member of a military company commanded by Capt. Ebenezer Wallace, in the ranks of which he participated in one or more campaigns during the war of the Revolution. He died at Arlington in the spring of 1789, survived by his wife Martha, three sons and a daughter. On June 24, following, Mrs. Sackett gave birth to a second daughter.
Thomas Benedict (or Bennydick), the colonist ancestor of Martha Benedict Sackett, was a native of Notinghamshire, Eng-
land, and came to Massachusetts Bay in 1638, and there married Mary Bridgman. They lived for several years at Southold, and in 1662 resided at Jamaica, L.I. Still later they were at Norwalk, Conn., where Mr. Benedict was made a deacon if the church.
John Benedict, one of the nine children of Thomas and Mary Bridgman Benedict, was born at Southold, L.I., and removed with his parents to Norwalk, Conn., where on Nov. 11, 1670, he was married to Phebe Gregory. He was there sworn a freeman in 1680, succeeded his father as deacon, and from 1689 to 1699 held the office of selectman.
Joseph Benedict, one of the seven children of John and Phebe Gregory Benedict, was born at Norwalk, Conn., where he was married to his first wife Anne, previous to whose death, in 1716, they removed to Ridgefield, Conn. There on Mar. 21, 1720, he was married to his second wife, Mary.
Jonathan Benedict, 1723-1800, son of Joseph Benedict and his wife Mary, was married to Lucy Castle, who was the mother of his ten oldest children, and who died at North Milford, VT. Mr. Benedict shortly after the death of his wife Lucy, moved to Manchester and was there married to widow Margary Seelye (Pinnock).
Martha Benedict, 1756-1812, eldest daughter of Jonathan and Lucy Castle Benedict, some two years after the death of her husband, Richard Sackett, in 1789, was married to Jason Kellogg.
Children of Richard and Martha Benedict Sackett.
Richard Sackett, b. Apr. 22, 1777;
m. Cahziah Conger.
1681. Lucy Sackett, b. Oct. 8, 1780; m. Potter Conger.
1682. Jonathan Sackett, b. Mar. 12, 1783, d. Aug. 3, 1851; m. Lucy Wright.
1683. Anson Sackett, b. May 27, 1785, d. Aug. 24, 1869; m. Docia Ruggles.
1684. Hester Sackett, b. June 24, 1789, d. Aug. 20, 1877; m. Wm. Cadman, M. D.
[714. Aaron Sackett, [Found on Page 491] grandson of (75) Capt. Richard and Margery L. Sleade Sackett, Note: Weygant shows him as a grandson of (75) but does not show which son of (75) was his father.]
715. Ezekiel Sackett, of Dutchess County, N. Y., son of (268) John Sackett, M. D., was married Nov. 13, 1759, to Mary Atherton, Daughter of James Atherton, who came from Canterbury, Conn.., to Dutchess County, N. Y., and removed from there in 1769 to Wildesbarre, Penn., where he died in 1790. The New York Records show that Ezekiel Sackett, of Dutchess County, was adjudged
entitled to bounty lands by reason of service rendered in the war of the Revolution.
1690. Jesse Sackett, m. ________
1691. Reuben Sackett, m. ________ Dibble.
1692. Nathaniel Sackett.
1693. Anne Sackett, m. Eliphalet Reed.
1694. Joanna Sackett, was married Jan. 7, 1779, to Reuben Delano.
1695. Della Sackett.
1696. Polly Sackett, m. Reuben Martin.
716. Capt. Benjamin Sackett, 1752-1826, of Stephentown, in what is now Rensselaer County, N. Y., son of (268) John Sackett, M. D., was married Nov. 11, 1773, to Phebe Davis. He was an active participant in the war of the Revolution and is credited with service under Colonels Whitney, Harper, and Van Rensselaer. He also served the State as Captain of Militia for several years after close of war.
1698. John Sackett, b. in
1774, d. in 1841; m. Abigail Robbins.
1699. Betsey Sackett, b. in 1777, d. in 1814; m. Uriah Hill.
1700. Ezra D. Sackett, b. in 1779, d. in 1858; m. Chloe Pachin.
1701. Richard Sackett, b. in 1781, d. in 1814.
1702. Calvin P. Sackett, b. in 1783, d. in 1853; m. Hannah Douglas.
1703. Lois Sackett, b. in 1786.
1704. Daniel Sackett, b. in 1788, m. Abigail Smith.
1705. Almiron Sackett, b. in 1789, d. in 1801.
1706. Benjamin Sackett, b. in 1792.
1707. Lavinia Sackett, b. in 1795, d. in 1819; m. Joseph Lord.
717. Richard Sackett, 1751-1778, son of (268) John Sackett, M. D., was married at Amenia, Dutchess County, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1771, to Chloe Atherton, daughter of James Atherton. He died at Stephentown, N. Y., in September, 1778.
1708. Richard Sackett, m.
a Miss Carpenter.
1709. Elisha Sackett, [1778-1839].
1710. Margaret Sackett, b. Feb. 22, 1775, d. Dec. 30, 1843; m. Truman Merchant.
1711. Miss ________ Sackett.
719. John Sackett, 1747-____, of Albany (now Rensselaer) County, N. Y., son of (268) John Sackett, M. D., was married Oct, 26, 1769, to Prudence Atherton, 1748- ?, daughter of James Atherton. John Sackett was a Revolutionary soldier and is credited with service in regiments commanded by Colonels John Field and Henry Luddington.
Sackett, b. June 6, 1770; m. _______ Chittendon.
1714. Simeon Sackett, b. Nov. 30, 1771; m. Hannah Woodard.
1715. Sarah Sackett, b. Nov. 21, 1773.
1716. Jacob Sackett, b. Nov. 5, 1775.
1717. Benjamin Sackett, b. Oct. 22, 1777. (Of Tryon, Steuben Co., N. Y.)
1718. Betsey Sackett, b. Nov. 22, 1779.
1719. Chloe Sackett, b. May 17, 1782.
1720. Amelia Sackett, b. June 15, 1784.
1721. Ezekiel Sackett, b. Nov. 22 1786. [Line extended]
1722. Lois Sackett, b. Nov. 17, 1788.
720. Elisabeth Sackett, 1742-1806, daughter of (268) John Sackett, M. D., was married in 1761, to Caleb Hyde, son of Elijah Hyde and his wife Ruth Tracey, of Lebanon, Conn. Caleb Hyde was born at West Farms, Conn., and after his marriage settled at Lenox, Mass. At the commencement of the war of the Revolution he was a Captain of the Lenox Company of Militia, which was attached to Regiment commanded by Col. James Eaton. On May 10, 1775, he responded promptly to an alarm notice and marched with his company from Lenox to Ticonderoga, and from that date to the end of the war was an active patriot and frequently on duty in the field. On Aug. 30, 1775, he was commissioned Junior Major, and subsequently Senior Major, and still later Lieut. Colonel of Colonel Simons' regiment. In October, 1781, he commanded a battalion of militia sent from Massachusetts to reinforce the Continental Army at Saratoga and served with credit under General Stark. After the close of the war he was commissioned Brig. General of Mass., Militia, and was Sheriff of the county of Berkshire. Later he removed to Lysle, N. Y. He served several terms both as Assemblyman and State Senator in New York Legislature, and in 1804 was a member of the Council of Appointment.
(Twins born in 1762 died
1723. Charles Hyde, b. Feb. 12, 1764, d. Oct. 3, 1806, unmarried.
1724. Caleb Hyde, b. Aug. 6 1765; m. Rhoda Steel.
1725. Clarissa Hyde, b. Apr. 17, 1767; m. Josiah L. Patterson.
1726. Chauncey Hyde, b. Jan. 29, 1769; m. Alice Slaughter.
1727. Calvin Hyde, b. Feb. 9, 1770; m. Ornney Stanley _____.
1728. Elisabeth Hyde, b. Nov. 3, 1772, d. May 15, 1797; m. Thomas Steel.
1729. Ruth Hyde, b. May 16, 1774; m. O. W. Seymour.
1730. Prudence Hyde, b. Nov. 2, 1775; m. William Woodruff.
1731. Elijah Hyde, b. July 2, 1777, d. Feb. 13, 1790.
1732. John Hyde, b. Jan. 15, 1779, d. May 19, 1779.
1733. Ebby Hyde, b. Jan. 27, 1781; m. Elisabeth Osborne.
1734. Harris[?] Hyde, b. Feb. 18, 1784; m. Isaac Foote.
1735. Melinda Hyde, b. Dec. 16, 1786; m. James Parke.
729. Skene Douglas Sackett, 1765-1852, of New Milford, Conn., and Astabula County, Ohio, youngest child of (272)[sic]  Josiah Crego Sackett, was married about 1788 to Hannah Saxton, of Waterbury, Conn. Both of his parents having died while he was quite young, he was sent to live with a Mr. Bull, who had married one of his mother's sisters.
According to family tradition he was a strong, healthy lad, who in appearance was a full grown man before he had completed his 14th year. The records of "Connecticut in the Revolution: show that
"Skene Douglas, residence N. Milford, enlisted Jan. 23, 1780, for three years, in Captain Samuel Comstock's Company, of Colonel Heman Swift's Second Regiment of the Connecticut Line." Also thatThe traditional explanation of the dropping of his surname when he enlisted is that he hoped by so doing to prevent his uncle discovering his whereabout and securing his discharge on account of his being under the prescribed age, the inference being that his uncle was a Tory.
"Skene Douglas, a member of Captain Joseph Allen Wright's Company, of Second Regiment of Connecticut Line, commanded of Colonel Heman Swift, was paid from January 31, 1781." And also that
"Skene Douglas Sackett, a Connecticut Revolutionary soldier, residing in the State of Ohio, was a pensioner, under the law of 1818."
The following additional records relating to him were furnished the compiler of this volume by Mr. F. J. Sackett, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, one of his lineal descendants: "Skene Douglas Sackett removed from Connecticut to the Whitestone country, as it was then called, in 1798, where he rented a farm on the reservation of the Brotherton Indians, in Oneida County, N. Y. About 1800 he came to Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio . . . . and lived on land that is now a portion of the city of Painesville, until about 1803, when he removed so the township of Mesopotamia, Trumbell County, Ohio, where he lived some two years, removing from there to Windsor, Astabula County, Ohio, where he lived the balance of his life, dying June 9, 1852."
Gery Sackett, b. Feb. 7, 1789,
d. Feb. 13, 1866; m. Julia Adams.
1745. Polly Sackett, b. Dec. 25, 1791, d. in Nov. 1855; m. 1st, A. Crandal.
1746. Elisabeth Sackett, b. Sept. 7, 1893[sic], d. before reaching maturity.
1747. Marvin Sackett, b. Jan. 23, 1796, d. before reaching maturity.
1748. Chauncey Sackett, b. Apr. 28, 1798, d. Oct. 9, 1863; m. Sarah Gladding.
1749. Horace Sackett, b. Sept. 25, 1803, d. Mar. 22, 1870; m. Dirmeriss Olin.
730. Hon. Jehial Sackett, 1768-1832, of Stamford, Dutchess County, N. Y., son of (280) Samuel and Thankful Wood Sackett, was married to Semantha Knapp, 1773-____, daughter of Phineas Knapp. Jehial Sackett was a life-long and highly respected resident of Dutchess County. He took an intelligent interest in public affairs. In 1805 and for several years thereafter he was Superintendent of the Poor. In 1816 and 1817 he represented the town of Bangall in the County Board of Supervisors, and in 1818 was a member of the Lower House of the State Legislature.
Sackett, b. June 19, 1792; m Asa Alling.
1751. Stephen Sackett, b. Jan. 26, 1794, d. in 1871; m. Rachel Barton.
1752. Sally Sackett, b. Nov. 2; m. George Guernsey.
1753. Niram Sackett, b. Oct. 31, 1797, d. Oct. 22, 1869; m. Catherine Thorn.
1754. Artemus E. Sackett, b. Dec. 12, 1799; m. Laura Hoffman.
1755. Tamena Sackett, b. Nov. 28, 1801; m. Ezekiel B. Guernsey.
1756. Phineas Sackett, b. Nov. 20, 1803; m. Eunice Guernsey.
1757. Samuel J. Sackett, b. Apr. 25, 1806; m. ________ Case.
1758. John T. Sackett, b. Nov. 27, 1808, d. in 1882; m. Maria Guernsey.
1759. Isaac H. Sackett, b. Nov. 28, 1810.
Alling Sackett, b. Jan. 6, 1813; m. Rhoda Green.
1761. Semantha Sackett, b. Apr. 20, 1816; m. Smith Tompkins.
731. Samuel W. Sackett, 17__-1845, of Stamford, Dutchess County, N. Y., son of (280) Samuel and Thankful Wood Sackett, was married to Anna Hammond, of New Haven, Conn.
1762. Lucinda Sackett, b.
Apr. 11, 1796, d. Jan. 8, 1839; m. Levi Terry.
1763. Orville Sackett, b. May 16, 1798, d. Apr. 28, 1866; m. Amy Briggs.
1764. Harry Sackett, b. Oct. 1, 1800, d. Mar. 31, 1874; m. 1st, Catherine Pulver.
1765. William Sackett, b. May 20, 1802, d. Dec. 8, 1805.
1766. Clara Sackett, b. Aug. 30, 1804, d. Oct. 17, 1872; m. John Humphrey.
1767. Jane Sackett. b. Sept. 29, 1807, d. May 10, 1815.
1768. Ann Sackett, b. Apr. 9, 1812; m. Elias Case.
1769. Samuel H. Sackett, m. Amy Case.
1770. Janette Sackett, b. May 3, 1816; m. George Travis.
1771. Polly Sackett, b. Sept. 9, 1819; m. Leonard Carman.
737. Joel Sackett, 17__-17__[sic], of Stamford, Dutchess County, N. Y., son of (280) Samuel and Thankful Wood Sackett, was married to Betsey Husted.
Sackett, b. Nov. 1796, d. Nov. 1876; m. Martha Wilson.
1776. Leonard Sackett, b. in 1798, d. in 1868; m. Ruth Gildersleve.
1777. Theron Sackett, b. in 1800, d. in 1882; m. 2d, Flora Blake.
1778. Egbert Sackett, b. in 1802, d. in 1877; m. Harriet Latham.
1779. Maria Sackett, b. in 1804, d. in 1883; m. ______ Gildersleve.
1780. Cynthia Sackett, b. in 1806; m. _______ Ward.
1781. John Sackett, b. in 1808, d. in 1895; m. Jane Brown.
1782. Julia Sackett, b. in 1810, d. Dec. 18, 1883; m. Edward Latham.
1783. Hiram Sackett, b. Dec. 6, 1812, d. in 1895; m. Millicent Smith.
1784. Morgan Sackett, b. Sept. 8, 1814; m. Almira Ward.
1785. Eliza Sackett, b. in 1818; m. _______ Smith.
1786. Emma Sackett, b. in 1822; m. Richard Bartlett.
738. Capt. Isaac Sackett, 1786-1836, of Dutchess County, N. Y., was the son of (280) Samuel and Thankful Wood Sackett. He was in 1815 commissioned a Lieutenant in 29th Regiment N. Y. Infantry, and the following year was promoted to a Captaincy in same organization.