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One day he was driving with a friend, who asked him, out of curiosity, how he would plan a road to the top of a certain hill they were passing.  "Well," said Mr. Sackett, with a twinkle in his eye, "I should turn in some cows awhile and watch how they got up."


2860. Edward I. Sackett.
2861. James C. Sackett.
2862. _____ Sackett, m. Charles Rust.

1153.  Frederick Sacket, 1819-1882, of Russell, Mass., Fishkill, N. Y., and Sterling and Chicago, Ill., son of (512) Gad and Lucy Williams Sacket, Was married to Jane N. Gamwell.  He was born in Russell, Mass.; studied law and began the practice of his profession in the town of his birth.  In 1853 he removed with his family to Sterling, Ill., and soon thereafter became one of the leaders of the Whiteside County bar.  He was the author of "Sacket's Written Instruction to Jurors," and died in Chicago, Ill.


2863. Walter C. G. Sackett, b. June 16, 1851, m. Emma L. Hagey.

1158.  Hiram Sacket, 1794-1846, of Westfield. Mass., son of (514) Noble and Olive Watkins Sacket, was married to Sophemia Clapp.


2875. Dorothy Orphene Sacket, m. Milo Drake and Frederick Morand.

1160.  Loren Sacket, 1801-1893, of Hartford, Conn., Westfield, Mass., and Amboy, Ill., son of (514) Noble and Olive Watkins Sacket, was married, first to Frances Ann Smith, 18__-1848, daughter of Lory Smith, 1788-1823, and his wife Fanny Taintor (widow of James Levaughn), 1785-1851.  His second wife was Mrs. Harriet Roberts, of Weathersfield; his third wife was Sarah Downey, of Holyoke, Mass., and his fourth wife was Almira Barnes, of Amboy, Ill.

Charles Taintor, of South Wales, came to America in 1638, and settled at Fairfield, Conn., where he engaged in business, in con-

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nection with which he made frequent trips to European ports.  In October, 1654, the vessel in which he was crossing the ocean, foundered and he was drowned.
Joseph Taintor, 1613-1690, son of above, was born in Wales.  He preceded his father to America by several months, coming over on the ship Confidence, which sailed from Southampton, Eng., April 24, 1638.  About 1640, he was married to Mary Gray, 1619-1705, daughter of Nicholas Gray and his wife Jane, all of whom had crossed with him on the ship Confidence, from England to America in 1638.
Jonathan Taintor, 1654-1712, son of above Joseph and Mary Gray Taintor, was married, in 1681, to Elisabeth Warren, 16__-1692, daughter of Daniel Warren, of Watertown.  In 1702 he was married to his second wife, Mary Randall, of Watertown, who survived him .  He participated in King Philip's War, and is credited with being in the Great Swamp fight in 1675.
Deacon Joseph Taintor, 1688-1764, third child of above Jonathan and Elisabeth Warren Taintor, was born at Watertown, Mass., and was married, Apr. 20, 1815 [sic], to Thankful Barrett, of Marlborough.  They had ten children.
John Taintor, 1716-1805, of Marlborough and Shrewsbury, in Mass, Woodstock, Conn., Boston, Mass., and Halifax, N. H., son of Deacon Joseph Taintor, was married ad Sudberry, Mass., by Rev. Israel Loring, Jan. 1, 1739, to Hannah Goodell, who lived but a few months thereafter.  On May 20, 1741, he was married to his second wife, Sarah Ward, daughter of Obediah Ward.
Joseph Taintor, 1745-179_, of Shrewsbury, Mass., and Norwich, Conn., son of above mentioned John and Sarah Ward Taintor, was married to Dorcas Post, of Norwich.  He was an active participant in the war of the Revolution, serving in company commanded by Capt. Phineas Stern.
Fanny Taintor, 1783-1848, daughter of Joseph and Dorcas Post Taintor, was married first to James Levaughn, and lived in Genesee, N. Y., and had sons James and William.  Her second husband was Lory Smith, of Hartford, Conn., and their daughter, Frances Ann Smith was the first wife of Loren Sacket.

Children of Loren and Frances Ann Smith Sacket.

2878. Frances Adelaide Sackett, of Hartford, Conn.
2879. Sarah Jane Sackett, m. Charles Daniels.

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2880. Joseph Taintor Sackett, b. Nov. 30, 1839; m. Elisabeth L. Crocker.
2881. Charles Loren Sackett, died in childhood.
2882. William H. Sackett, b. in 1841, d. in 1864; m. Annie Williams.

Child of Loren and Sarah Downey Sacket.

2883. William Loren Sackett, m. Ida I. Brown.

1162.  Abner Sacket, 18__-18__, of Shelburne Falls, Mass., son of (514) Noble and Olive Watkins Sacket, was married, Nov. 22, 1840, to Electa Dewey, daughter of Alonzo Dewey.

[The 1898 Dewey Genealogy (pg. 933) gives a different parent for Electa, viz.; #8236, Caleb Dewey, 1779-1825; m. Lucretia Phelps: parents of #8557, Electa, b. c1815, m. Abner Sackett]

2886. Noble Daniel Sackett, b. Mar. 19, 1841.
2887. Henry Augustine Sackett, b. Sept. 30, 1842.
2888. Mary Lydia Sackett, b. Dec. 7, 1844; m. Ezra T. Smith.
2889. George Ingalls Sackett, b. Feb. 16, 1847.
2890. Angeline Sackett, m. Justin Miller.[On p. 492 it is stated that Angeline is placed here by mistake]
2891. James Madison Sackett, b. June 14, 1853.

1164. Edward Sacket, 18__-18_, of Westfield, Mass., and Amboy Ill, son of (514) Noble and Olive Watkins Sacket, was married to Cynthia Field, 1813-18__, of Long Meadow, Conn.


2892. Theodore Noble Sackett.
2893. Edward Moses Sackett, d. in childhood.
2894. Cynthia M. Sackett, m. _____ Hubbell.
2895. Hanna Lorinda Sackett, d. in childhood.
2896. Edward Franklyn Sackett, d. in childhood.
2897. Martha Sackett, m. ______ Reed.
2898. Ellen Sackett.
2899. Charles Sackett.

1165.  Noble Sacket, 1814-18__, son of (514) Noble and Olive Watkins Sacket, was married to Ella Rathburn, from whom he secured a divorce, after which he was married to Roxbury Jacobs, of Barnstead, NH.  The names of their children have not been ascertained.

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1166.  Marietta Sacket, 1816-1894, daughter of (514) Noble and Olive Watkins Sacket, was married to Joseph Washburn, of Holyoke, Mass. [Additional Information]


2910. Olive Movilla Washburn, m. ______ Boyington.
2911. Emma Aletha Washburn, m. ______ Morand.
2912. Ostinella Washburn. [Line Extended]
2913. Angeline Washburn, d. young.
2914. Charles Oscar Washburn.
2915. Martha Angeline Washburn, m. ______ Prince.
2916. Kate Electa Washburn. m. William Jolley.

1187.  Benjamin Franklin Sackett, 1810-____, of Jonesboro, Tenn., son of (521) Edward and Sally Eldridge Sacket, was married to Elisabeth Aiken, daughter of Colonel John Anderson Aiken.


3050. Jennie C. Sackett, m. George T. Peers.
3051. Edward Aiken Sackett.
3052. Charles H. Sackett, b. in 1845.

1188.  Hannah D. Sackett, daughter of (521) Edward and Sally Eldridge Sacket, was married to
Edward Hume.  A short time after their marriage, Edward and Hannah D. Sacket entered the foreign mission field, going to India.  There they labored faithfully and not without results for a number of years, when Mr. Hume became broken in health and they reluctantly took passage for a return voyage to their native land.  Mr. Hume died on the voyage and was buried at sea, leaving Mrs. Hume to continue her homeward journey with their five young children, two of whom, on reaching maturity, returned to India and took up the work their parents had laid down.
[Additional Information]


3053. Sarah Hume.
3054. Bella Hume.
3055. Katherine Hume, m. Prof. Miller.
3056. Robert Hume. [Line Extended]
3057. Edward Hume. [Line Extended]

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1200. John Sackett, M. D., 1785-1827, of Western New York, and near Boston, son of (541) Major Buel and Sally E. Beach Sackett, was married in 18__, to Loraine _____, who, after the death of her husband, removed to Vermont.


3074. Abigail Sackett, m. Walter Ketcham.
3075. John Buel Sackett, b. in 1812, d. in 1870; m. Amanda Bardun.

1201.  Philo Sackett, 1788-1803, of Hector, Schuyler County, N. Y., son of (541) Major Buel Sackett, was married, Jan. 6, 1814, to Grace Perkins, a lineal descendant of Joseph Jenks, colonist, who came from England to New England about the year 1652.  Her line of descent from this worthy is as follows:
Joseph Jenks, worker in brass and iron, credited with having cut the die for the first coin issued in New England, was the father of Hon. Joseph Jenks, Jr., who for over a quarter of a century was one of the most prominent citizens of Rhode Island, serving from 1715 to 1721, as Lieutenant-Governor, and from 1727 to 1732, as Governor of the colony.  Elizabeth Jenks, daughter of Governor Jenks, was married to Samuel Tefft, and their daughter, Susanna Tefft, was married to Peter Crandell, and their daughter Elizabeth Crandell married Nathaniel Perkins, and their son, Sands Perkins, born in 1757, married Mary Plumb, and they were the parents of Grace Perkins, wife of Philo Sackett.


3076. Sarah M. Sackett, b. Feb. 18, 1816, d. Mar. 24, 1828.
3077. Solon Philo Sackett, b. Oct. 1818, d. Dec. 18, 1893; m. Lovedy L. Woodward.
3078. Samuel W. Sackett, b. Sept. 11, 1820, d. Mar. 13, 1880; m. Cizubah Vaughn.
3079. John C. Sackett, b. Dec. 6, 1821, d. Mar. 7, 1896; m. Rebecca A. Bloomer.
3080. Mary E. Sackett, b. June 27, 1825, d. in 1897; m. Andrew Miller.
3081. Roxana M. Sackett, b. Aug. 13, 1827; m. Leroy Baker.
3082. Buel Sands Sackett, b. July 15, 1829; m. Marion Becker.

1202.  Capt. Norman Sackett, 1791-1868, of New Lebanon, Columbia County, N. Y., son of (541) Major Buel and Sally E. Beach

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Sackett, was married, in Sept, 1817, to Esther Waterman, 1799-1851, daughter of Elihu Waterman and his wife Hannah Morgan.  In 1819 and for several years thereafter, he was a commissioned officer in 72d Regiment, Columbia County Militia.


3083. Edwin W. S. Sackett, b. Oct. 7, 1818, d. Jan. 16, 1886; m. Charlotte Wheeler.
3084. Sarah E. Sackett, b. Apr. 11, 1820, d. Feb. 12, 1891; m. Abram W. Haight.
3085. Marvin Sackett, b. Apr. 24, 1822, d. Jan. 28, 1904; m. Julia B. Gould.
3086. Della M. Sackett, b. Sept. 21, 1824; m. Allen B. Davis.
3087. Mary Sackett, b. Feb. 18, 1827, d. Feb. 3, 1890; m. H. W. Drowne, M. D.
3088. Esther Sackett, b. May 16, 1829; not married.
3089. Norman B. Sackett, b. Oct. 2, 1831; m. Olive V. Ambler.
3090. Saphronia Sackett, b. Mar. 6, 1829, d. July 30, 1903, unmarried.

1218,  Erminia Sackett, 1796-1876, daughter of (545) Lieut. Elijah Sackett and Dorothy Hitchcock, was married Jan. 31, 1819, to James Parker, son of Joshua Parker and Mary Adams (2d wife).


3110. Augustus S. Parker, b. Oct. 11, 1819, d. July 13, 1865; m. Amelia Bird.
3111. Cornelius A Parker, b. May 11, 1821; m. Jane Ann Williams.
3112. Oregin D. Parker, b. Feb. 15, 1823, d. July 20, 1865.
3113. Rosamond Parker, b. Feb. 9, 1825, d. Aug. 13, 1890.
3114. Theodore E. Parker, b. Feb. 6, 1828, d. June 30, 1900; m. Julia A. Goodell.
3115. Myrtle Sabine Parker, m. Mar. 6, 1830.
3116. Achsap Parker, b. Apr. 4, 1832; m. Walter P. Brown.
3117. Emily Parker, b. May 12, 1834, d. Aug. 10, 1899; m. Russell S. Elmer.
3118. Lovenia Parker, b. Apr. 6, 1836, d. Feb. 15, 1889.
3119. James B. Parker, b. May 8, 1840, d. July 10, 1904; m. Helen E. Rutherford.

1219.  Electa Sackett, 1800-18__, daughter of [545] Lieut. Elijah Sackett and Dorothy Hitchcock, was married to Homan Van Buren.


3119a. Barent E. Van Buren.

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1220.  Ebenezer Buel Sackett, 1803-1867, of Champion, Jefferson County, N. Y., and Columbus, Ohio, son of (545) Lieut. Elijah Sackett and Dorothy Hitchcock, was married, July 29, 1828, to Emily Taylor.  He resided and kept a hatshop at Champion after his marriage until 1840, when he removed to and spent the remaining years of his life at Columbus, O.


3120. Erwin Gilbert Sackett, b. Nov. 28, 1829; m. Mary E. Clary.
3121. Ermina Prudence Sackett, m. ______ Roberts.

1221.  Erwin Sackett, 1897[sic]-18__, son of (545) Lieut. Elijah Sackett and Dorothy Hitchcock, was married to Lucinda Bacon.


3122. Edson P. Sackett, of Davenport, Iowa.

1229.  Joshua S. Sackett, 1808-1894, son of (548) Isaac and Polly Hammond Sackett, was married, May 12, 1830, to Elvira E. Brownell, 18__-1870.


3126. George C. Sackett, b. Mar. 12, 1833, d. Oct. 3, 1833.
3127. Louise Sackett, b. Dec. 24, 1834, d. Feb. 1, 1835.
3128. Mary M. Sackett, b. Sept. 13, 1837, d. Feb. 26, 1891.
3129. Sarah B. Sackett, b. Mar. 16, 1840; m. M. C. Covell.
3130. Albert C. Sackett, b. Sept. 12, 1843, d. June 15, 1844.
3131. Albert S. Sackett, b. Sept. 10, 1845, d. Sept. 6, 1847.
3132. Addie E. Sackett, b. Apr. 22, 1850, d. May 22, 1850.

1240.  Capt. Gideon Shepard Sacket, 1792-1860, of Westfield, Mass., and Cape Vincent, N. Y., son of (559) Menardus and Fanny Nimocks Sacket, was married to Frances Electa Bush.  He was for several years a commissioned officer in the 46th Regiment of New York Infantry.


3150. Delos B. Sacket, b. Apr. 14, 1822, d. Mar. 8, 1885; m. Amanda Field.
3151. Julia E. Sacket, b. June 17, 1832; m. James B. Ainsworth.
3152. Theophles E. Sacket, b. May 3, 1835; m. Ann Elisabeth Budd.

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1241.  George Sacket, of Downsville, N. Y., son of (559) Menardus and Fanny Nimocks Sacket, was married, about 1825, to Eliza A. Peake.


3153. Electa M. Sackett, b. in 1827.
3153a. Maria A. Sackett, b. in 1829.
3153b. Porter M. Sackett, b. in 1831, d. in 1900.
3154. Geo. Augustus Sackett, 1833-1885; m. Huldah A. Raymond.
3155. Charles E. Sackett, b. in 1837, d. in 1902.
3156. Frances Sackett. b. in 1841.
3157. Harriet M. Sackett, b. in 1843.
3158. Eliza A. Sackett b. in 184?.
3159. Gideon S. Sackett, b. in 1848, d. in 1903.

1245.  Frances Sacket, 1798-1858, daughter of (559) Menardus and Fanny Nimocks Sacket, was married, Jan. 7, 1819, to Walter Noble, of Westfield, Mass.  A short time after date of their marriage they removed to Cape Vincent.


3167. Louiza Noble, b. Oct. 17, 1819; m. Horace A. Fancher.
3168. Walter Noble, b. Oct. 29, 1823; m. Mrs. M. E. Root.
3169. Laura A. Noble, b. Oct. 29, 1825; m. Gilbert Cross.
3170. William R. Noble, b. Aug. 20, 1834; m. Anna M. Van Gueslin.

1271.  Hon. Leverett Sackett, 1805-1887, son of (569) David and Anne Park Sacket, was married to Mary Culver, 1805-1854.  He resided at different periods in the towns of Blandford, Chester and Suffield, in Mass.  While a resident of Blandford, he represented that town in the Massachusetts Legislature.  In 1887 he removed with his family to California, but died before the end of the year.


3208. Laura Emily Sackett, b. in 1834, d. in 1842.
3209. Nancy Taylor Sackett, b. in 1836, d. in 1855.
3210. Horace David Sackett, b. in 1843; m. Ella M. Lyman.

1280.  Eliza Sackett, 1794-1864, daughter of (571) John and Lucinda Mosely Sackett, was married at Westfield, Mass., Dec. 15, 1816, to

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Homer Preston, 1793-1836, son of Capt. John Preston, of Granby, Mass., and his wife Eunice Moody, of South Hadley, Mass.  Homer Preston had, besides his father, two other patriotic ancestors named John.  One, Lieut. John Preston, 1746-1815, of Granby, was an active participant in the war of the revolution, serving in several different militia regiments and also in the Continental Army.  His military record is given in detail in recently published "Massachusetts Records of Soldiers of the War of the Revolution."  The other was John Preston, of Hadley, Mass., who served through King Philip's War, and took a prominent part in the "Swamp Fight," and is mentioned eight times in the pages of Bodges' History of King Philip's War, published in 1896.  John, son of this last mentioned John Preston, was buried in ancient graveyard at South Hadley, and his headstone bears this inscription: "Ye first here buried."

In tracing the ancestors of Homer Preston, his descendants find, in addition to those already mentioned, the names of Ruling Elder William Goodwin, and William Westwood, of the Thomas Hooker Company, who participated in the early development of Cambridge and the founding of Hartford and Hadley, Lieut.. Samuel Smith, who is numbered among the founders of both Wethersfield and Hadley, and Ruling Elder John Strong, who was prominent among the first settlers of both Dorchester and Northampton, all now places of prominence in New England.

Homer Preston, after securing such an education as the district schools afforded, and serving his time as a carpenter's apprentice in Granby, became a successful architect, contractor and builder.  At one time he was interested with his brother, Asaph Preston, in a hotel at Greenfield, Mass.; at another in the "City Coffee House," at Albany.  This coffee house was subsequently enlarged into what became the celebrated Delavan House.  The brothers Preston, of "Preston Brothers," as they were called, were jointly interested also, for a considerable period, in a mail and passenger stage line, which ran between the cities of Albany and Boston.  The last mentioned venture did not prove a financial success.  Homer Preston planned and superintended the construction of several churches, two of which were erected in the city of Brooklyn, N. Y.  He also superintended the construction of the Rapelye mansion in Brooklyn NY, and of Stanwix Hall, Albany, N. Y.

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3225. Edward Preston, b. Oct. 24, 1817, d. Mar. 14, 1887; m. Mary H. Moore (Stewart).
3226. Caroline E. Preston, b. Aug. 27, 1823, d. June 15, 1888; m. Chauncey C. Parker.
3227. Janette Preston, b. June 15, 1826, d. Mar. 10, 1872; m. Pardon W. Kenyon.
3228. Elvira Preston, b. May 17, 1828, d. Oct. 20, 1866; m. Charles Kelsey.
3229. Henry C. Preston, b. Apr. 15, 1832, d. May 28, 1878; m. Donna M. Weed.
3220. Martha E. Preston, b. Sept. 20, 1835, d. May 25, 1836.

1281.  Adnah Sackett, 1796-1860, of Providence, R. I., son of (571) John and Lucinda Mosely Sackett, was married, Mar. 5, 1818, to Ann Short, who died June 1, 1823; on May 2, 1824, to his second wife, Eliza Hubbard Adams, who died Aug. 14, 1847; on June 5, 1848, to his third wife, Miranda Keach, who died Oct. 10, 1855 and on May 20, 1856, to his fourth wife Nancy Blake Parks, 1811-1899.

Adnah Sackett was born in Southwick, Mass., and after receiving a common school education, went to Providence to learn the jewelry business.  Soon after reaching his majority he began manufacturing jewelry on his own account, introducing machinery to a greater extent than it was being used by any other manufacturer of jewelry in the country.  Politically he was a Democrat, and was the nominee of his party for the Mayor of Providence and Governor of Rhode Island.  He was universally recognized and respected as a successful business man and public spirited citizen, filling with credit many responsible positions, both public and private, of influence and trust.


3231. Ann Eliza Sackett, b. Dec. 11, 1818, d. Mar. 27, 1839.
3232. John Henry Sackett, b. Oct. 11, 1821, d. Sept. 11, 1841.
3233. Imogene Sackett, b. Feb. 5, 1823, d. Nov. 6, 1823.
3234. Lucy Adeline Sackett, b. Feb. 28, 1825, d. Feb. 23, 1900; John B. Hall.
3235. Lorima Cheever Sackett, [b.] Sept. 9, 1826, d. Sept. 28, 1842.
3236. Helen Preston Sackett, b. Sept. 19, 1829; m. Henry P. Brastow.
3237. Edwin Mosley Sackett, b. Feb. 12, 1832, d. Aug. 7, 1833.
3238. Julia T. Sackett, b. May 21, 1835, d. July 28, 1837.

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