The Sacketts of America, pgs-380-389

The Sacketts of America

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7662a. Theron Elijah Sackett, b. in Jan., 1852, d. in Feb., 1852.
7663. Flora Sackett, b. Nov. 26, 1862; m. a Mr. Berg.
7664. Adelbert C. Sackett, b. Sept. 12, 1874.

4451.  CYNTHIA SACKETT, daughter of (1781) John and Jane Brown Sackett, was married to CHARLES OTIS, of Santa Rosa, Cal.


7679. Jennie Otis.

4452.  DUDLEY P. SACKETT, 1842-1906, of Fairmont, Martin County, Minn., son of (1781) John Sackett and Jane E. Brown, was married in 1876 to IDA CURTIS, daughter of THOMAS S. CURTIS and MARY CAMPBELL. He enlisted during the civil war in Co. B, 2d Regiment, Minnesota Vols., but was soon mustered out by reason of disease contracted in the service. He was superintendent of schools in Martin County from 1878 to 1887, and held several town offices.


7679a. Nellie Sackett; d. in childhood.
7680. FLORENCE SACKETT, b. in 1883; m. Percy Conklin.
7681. George Sackett, b. in 1885.
7682. Dorothy Sackett, b. in 1893.

4454.  WILLIAM E. SACKETT, 1849-, of St. Paul, Minn., son of (1781) John and Jane Brown Sackett, was married to IDA BURNETT.


7684. John B. Sackett.
7685. Clinton W. Sackett.

4460.  LUCRETIA S. SACKETT, 1836, daughter of (1783) Hiram and Millicent Smith Sackett, was married, in 1854, at Gowanda, N. Y., to EBENEZER B. SLOCUM, son of ELEAZER SLOCUM and his wife SARAH HONEY.


7690. William H. Slocum, b. Dec. 29, 1856.
7691. Sarah Millicent Slocum, b. Apr. 26, 1877.

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4462.  GEORGE SACKETT, of Irving, N. Y., son of (1783) Hiram and Millicent Smith Sackett, was married to CATHERINE BURMASTER.


7696. Nellie Sackett.
7697. Howard Sackett.
7698. Cora Sackett.
7699. Lula Sackett.
7700. Maud Sackett.
7701. Gertie Sackett.


4481.  MARY GABRIEL, 1849-, daughter of  (1801) James and Rebecca Swartz Gabriel, was married, in 1885, to W. P. ANDERSON.


7800. Celia Anderson, b. in 1886; m. H. Homan.

4482.  ELI GABRIEL, 1851, son of  (1801) James and Rebecca Swartz Gabriel, was married, in 1876, to AMY C. HARRIS.


7802. Bessie Gabriel, b. in 1880, d. in 1883.
7803. Harlan Gabriel, b. in 1885.
7804. Byron Gabriel, b. in 1888.
7805. Irene Gabriel, b. in 1890.
7806. Ellen Gabriel, b. in 1891.

4483.  BURTON GABRIEL, 1854-1899, son of (1801) James and Rebecca Swartz Gabriel, was married, in 1880, to HARRIET WOOD.


7807. Earl Gabriel, b. in 1883.
7808. Josephine Gabriel, b. in 1886.
7809. Blaine Gabriel, b. in 1889.
7810. Walter Gabriel, b. in 1894.

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4485.  MARTHA J. GABRIEL, 1858-, daughter of  (1801) James and Rebecca Swartz Gabriel, was married, in 1890, to CHARLES CONKLING.


7812. Naomi Conkling, b. in 1893.
7813. Grace Conkling, b. in 1898.

4486.  MAGGIE GABRIEL, 1860-, daughter of  (1801) James and Rebecca Swartz Gabriel, was married to E. H. CLARK.


7814. Belle Clark, b. 1886; m. in 1904, Vincent J. Foster.
7815. Catherine Clark, b. 1888.
7816. Edward Clark, b. 1891.

4509.  FRANKLIN M. SACKETT, of Delaware, Ohio, and Greenfield, Iowa, son of (1810) Elijah G. and Malinda Lee Sackett, was by occupation a farmer. During the early part of the war for the preservation of the Union he served eight months in the 1st Regiment of Illinois Cavalry.

4510.  LYMAN H. SACKETT, 1834-1862, of Delaware, O., son of (1810) Elijah G. and Malinda Lee Sackett, enlisted in the 3d Illinois Cavalry, and at the end of five months was stricken down with disease contracted in line of duty, and died Jan. 15, 1862, in the service of his country, at Rolla, Mo.

4513.  LIEUT. CHARLES D. SACKETT, 1840-, of Delaware, O., and Greenfield, Iowa, son of (1810) Elijah G. and Malinda Lee Sackett, was married to ____ ____? On Aug. 2, 1861, he enlisted in the 3d Ill. Cavalry and remained in the service until Dec. 25, 1865, when he was mustered out with the rank of Lieutenant. His regiment during the greater part of its term of service was attached to division commanded by General Hatch, and is officially credited with a death roll of 275 officers and men, and with severe and efficient service.

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7817. George Sackett, b. Sept. 11, 1865; m. Ida Woolf.
7818. Lucy Sackett, m. Wm. McRea.
7819. Arthur Sackett, m. Burt Ray.
7820. Jessie Sackett.
7821. Mabel Sackett.
7822. Gurtie Sackett, b. Merritt Head.
7823. A. Sackett, b. Nov., 1875; m. A. Boyman.
7824. Charles Sackett, m. Minnie Liffer.
7825. Bertha Sackett, b. Geo. Arntry.
7826. Ella Sackett, m. Charles Harris.
7827. Edna Sackett, m. E. Butler.

4517a.  GEORGE L. SACKETT, 1840-1902, of Delaware, Ohio, son of (1811) Augustine and Nancy Duncan Sackett, was married, Apr. 10, 1864, to MARY ELLEN ROLOSON, daughter of JOEL ROLOSON and his wife ELIZABETH TERRELL.


7828. Francis Eugene Sackett.
7829. Augustine Sackett.
7830. Howard Sackett, b. May 24, 1868; m. Inez Shaw.
7831. Myrtle Sackett.

4517b.  GUY SACKETT, son of (1809) Milton Sackett, and grandson of (743) Guy and Sarah Duncan Sackett, had a sister Nancy, a brother Alfred, and the following named five


7831b. Mary Sackett.
7831c. Anna Sackett.
7831d. Charles Sackett.
7831f. Harriett Sackett.
7831g. Gertrude Sackett.

4520.  SARAH H. SACKETT, 1860-, daughter of (1812) Milton and Rachel Wiley Sackett, was married, in January, 1884, to E. BURL FISER, son of JAMES M. FISER and his wife LOUISA C. BARTLESON.


7831h. Orville C. Fiser, b. July 2, 1886.
7831i. Orchie Dale Fiser, b. Nov. 20, 1889.
7831k, Glen S. Fiser, b. June 15, 1897.

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4524.  AUGUSTIN SACKETT STRAIN, 1863-, of Topeka, Kansas, son of John G. Strain and (1814) Rachel Sackett, was married, Feb. 1, 1898, to LAURA COLLINS, 1874, daughter of BRICE MONROE COLLINS.


7832. Camden Sackett Strain, b. Sept. 13, 1900.
7833. Oliverne Martha Strain, b. Jan. 9, 1902.
7834. Monrova G. Strain, b. Apr. 6, 1905.

4538.  CHARLES SACKETT, 18[65]-1894, of Ottawa, Ohio, son of (1841)  Homer W. and Mary E. Cartwright Sackett, was married, Mar. 26, 1893, to NELLY KINNEY, daughter of NORTON KINNEY and his wife OLIVE.


7835. Homer N. Sackett, b. Feb. 5, 1894.

4539.  SUMNER C. SACKETT, 1867-, of Fremont, Ohio, son of (1841)  Homer W. and Mary E. Cartwright Sackett, was married, Dec. 26, 1905, to CLARA B. SEE, daughter of ALVA L. SEE and AMELIA INSLEY.


7836. Robert Lee Sackett, b. Nov. 4, 1906.

4553.  DAVID HARRISON SACKETT, 18__-1907, of Clarion County, Penn., and New York City, son of (1849) George H. Sackett, was married, in 1874, to ELLA DRILL, daughter of WILLIAM DRILL and ANNA TAYLOR.


7840. Louise Sackett, b. in 1880.
7841. Edith Sackett, b. in 1882; m. St. George Stanley Andrews.
7842. Grace Sackett, b. in 1884.
7843. David H. Sackett, Jr., b. in 1886.

4560.  CAPT. JAMES JOSEPH SACKETT, 1812-1846, of New York City and Bridgeport, Conn., son of (1867) James Joseph and Ann Blank Sackett, was married, Dec. 26, 1836, to HARRIETT CAPES, 1812-1888, daughter of WILLIAM CAPES, 1784-1854, a ship builder of Hoboken,

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N. J., and New York City, and his wife SALLY BROOKS, 1792-1854. Capt. Sackett was interested in local military affairs. In New York City he was a member of National Greys, and after removing to Bridgeport, became captain of a company attached to the 4th Regiment of Connecticut Militia. He was buried with military honors. Mrs. Sackett was married, on March 22, 1855, to her second husband, John J. Bell, of Noroton, Conn.

Children of Capt. James Joseph and Harriett Capes Sackett.

7851. Edward Wetmore Sackett, died young.
7852. Ellen Louise Sackett, died young.
7853. Mary Wetmore Sackett, died unmarried in Feb., 1871.
7854. HARRIETT T. ARABELLA SACKETT, m. William H. Orchard.

4562.  ESTHER PALMER SHUTE, daughter of _____ Shute and (1868) Hannah Alsop Sackett, was married to MONTGOMERY BAILEY, M. D. We have records of but two of their.


7858. Louise M. Bailey.
7859. Helen Alsop Bailey.

4582.  ESTHER E. SACKETT, 1844-1891, daughter of (1900) Cornelius Sackett and Rosanna Baley, was married, July 22, 1867, to REV. FRANCIS MARION WHEELER, 18__-1900, son of Nathaniel M. Wheeler and Emily C. Griswold. On Sept. 11, 1867, Rev. Mr. Wheeler and his bride took passage for the mission fields of India, where they labored until May, 1872, when they returned to America, shortly after which Mr. Wheeler was settled over a church at Blair, Nebraska. In 1875, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler returned to India, reaching Bombay in December of that year. In August, 1878, they returned to America. On May 11, 1894, Mr. Wheeler was married to (4585) ADELAIDE W. SACKETT, sister of his first wife.


7875. FAITH EMILY WHEELER, m. Franklin A. Green.
7875a. Rose Rohilla Wheeler, b. July 30, 1871.
7875b. FRANCIS MARION WHEELER, b. Oct. 8, 1873; m. Jean Shaw.
7875c. Margaret Estella Wheeler, b. Apr. 3, 1876; d. Nov. 10, 1894; m. John Wood.
7875d. BERTHA GUNILLA WHEELER, b. Aug. 4, 1879; m. Frank Cowen.
7875e. Nathaniel M. Wheeler, b. July 27, 1881.

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4587.  NATHANIEL P. SACKETT, of Omaha, Neb., son of (1900) Cornelius Sackett and Rosanna Baley, was married, Feb. 7, 1887, to LOTTIE JESSUP, daughter of JOHN JESSUP and SARAH WELCH.


7876. Gladys A. Sackett, b. Dec. 21, 1887.
7877. Harry A. Sackett, b. Nov. 29, 1889.
7878. Lynn J. Sackett, b. Jan. 12, 1892.
7879. Bryon Sackett, b. Mar. 6, 1897.
7879a. Rob Roy Sackett, b. Sept. 20, 1901.

4588.  BERT H. SACKETT, 1855-, of Keuka, Steuben County, N. Y., son of (1900) Cornelius Sackett and Rosanna Baley, was married, May 5, 1877, to EMMA L. JESSOP, daughter of JOHN W. JESSOP and SARAH WELCH.


7880. Leland Sackett, b. Aug. 26, 1878; m. Dec. 27, 1905, Belle Sumner.
7880a. Alvah Sackett, b. June 10, 1880; m. Dec. 8, 1904, Lillian Wheatley.
7880b. Robert Roy Sackett, b. Mar. 23, 1882, d. Aug. 14, 1895.
7880c. Cornelius J. Sackett, b. Feb. 22, 1884.
7880d. Nat. P. Sackett, b. Mar. 25, 1886.
7880e. Clayton G. Sackett, b. Nov. 3, 1889.
7880f. Bert H. Sackett, Jr., b. Sept. 26, 1898.

4591.  C. FREDERICK CHELLBORG, 1845-, of Sea Cliff, Nassau Co., N. Y., son of Albert Chellborg and (1902) Rosetta Sackett, was married, Jan. 12, 1881, to SARAH E. CORNELL, 1850-1900. Mr. Chellborg is now (1907) engaged in insurance business, having offices at 29 West 42d St., New York City, and at 44 Court St, Brooklyn, N. Y.

4595.  CORNELIUS SACKETT CHELLBORG, 1854-, of Sea Cliff, N. Y., son of Albert Chellborg and (1902) Rosetta Sackett, was married, Apr. 12, 1883, to ALICE LANE.


7881. Isabel R. Chellborg, b. Dec. 8, 1885.
7882. Fred L. Chellborg, b. Dec. 20, 1893.

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4596.  OSCAR HORTON CHELLBORG, 1856-, New Rochelle, N. Y. son of Albert Chellborg and (1902) Rosetta Sackett, was married, June 28, 1892, to EMELIE RENN.


7883. Ida E. Chellborg, b. Mar. 4, 1894.

4605.  CORNELIUS L. BALEY, 1848-1863, son of George W. Baley and (1903) Sally Sackett, was one of the youngest soldiers, and unquestionably the very youngest non-commissioned officer who served in the Union army as a fighting soldier, during the war of the rebellion. He was born on his father's farm near Romulus, Seneca County, N. Y., May 11, 1848, and from there enlisted, Aug. 4, 1862, as a private soldier in Company C, 126th Regiment, N. Y. S. Vols., of which Hon. Eliakim Sherrill was commissioned colonel. On Aug. 22, young Baley was, with his regiment, mustered into the United States service, and three weeks later was under fire on Maryland Heights at Harper's Ferry. Here his regiment, after gallantly defending the position assigned it with a loss of thirteen killed and forty-two wounded, was surrendered with the remaining portion of General Milroy's command, to Stonewall Jackson's attacking force. Three days later the 126th N. Y., having in the interim been paroled, was on its way to the Union parole camp at Chicago, Ill., where it remained two months, awaiting notice of exchange. It was then ordered to Union Hill, Virginia, where it encamped during the winter of 1862-3. In June following, it was attached to Willard's Brigade, Second Corps, Army of Potomac. As the regiment marched from its winter's camp, Cornelius L. Baley was wearing the stripes of a corporal, for which he carried a warrant signed by Colonel Sherrill. Then came the great battle of Gettysburgh, into which the 126th moved with a total strength of 445 officers and men; and out of which it came carrying as trophies, five Confederate battle flags, captured in desperate and deadly conflict; for they left behind them there of their number the appalling total of 231, dead, dying and wounded, and ten unaccounted for. In the official list of their killed on that gory field--which was in fact the turning point in the great war for the preservation of the Union--we read the names of Colonel Eliakim Sherrell, their able commander, and of Cornelius L. Baley, their gallant boy corporal.

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4606.  NATHANIEL L. BALEY, 1850-1897, of Romulus, N. Y., son of George W. Baley and (1903) Sally Sackett, was married to MARY J. CLARK, daughter of CHARLES CLARK and MARY JULE NORTHROP.


7883a. William H. Baley, b. Aug. 18, 1870; m. Anna Collis.
7883b. Archer C. Baley, b. Sept. 8, 1875; m. Ella Smith.
7883c. Minnie Bailey, 1883-1883.

4607.  ALBERT C. BALEY, 1852-1899, of Romulus, N. Y., son of George W. Baley and (1903) Sally Sackett, was married to FANNY L. SMITH, daughter of WILLIAM SMITH and MARY ANN WILSON.


7883d. Hattie S. Baley, b. May 11, 1874, d. in May, 1877.
7883e. Fred L. Baley, b. Sept. 14, 1875; m. Grace C. Chapman.
7883f. Ella C. Baley, b. Nov. 7, 1876, d. in 1879.
7883g. William S. Baley, b. Sept. 20, 1878, d. in 1879.
7883h. Earl W. Baley, b. Dec. 28, 1882; m. Lovell B. Slaight.
7883i. Mary M. Baley, b. July, 1888, d. Sept., 1888.

4608.  FRANK S. BALEY, 1854-, of Romulus, N. Y., son of George W. Baley and (1903) Sally Sackett, was married to ANNA S. OSBORN, daughter of LEANDER L. OSBORN and ELLEN J. SUTTON.


7883j. Zora S. Baley, b. Oct. 9, 1878; m. William E. Kuns.
7883k. Cora M. Baley, b. Dec. 11, 1879, d. Sept. 19, 1900.
7883l. Arthur G. Baley, b. July 28, 1884, d. Sept. 19, 1900.
7883m. Claud F. Baley, b. Dec. 29, 1889.

4609.  ISABELLA J. BALEY, 1864-, daughter of George W. Baley and (1903) Sally Sackett, was married to CORWIN BEACH, son of GEORGE BEACH and SARAH L. SWEEZY.


7883n. Nina May Beach, b. May 30, 1880.
7883o. Edith L. Beach, b. Feb. 12, 1883; m. Perry K. Hagerty.
7883p. Orlo George Beach, b. Aug. 24, 1887.

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4610.  CORNELIUS L. BALEY, 1864-, of Syracuse, N. Y., son of (1903)[sic] George W. and [1903] Sally E. Sackett Baley, was born at Romulus, N. Y., and was named after his soldier brother, the 4605 of this record, who was killed at the battle of Gettysburgh. On July 11, 1898, he enlisted in a Syracuse company for the Spanish-American War and remained in the service until his company and was mustered out April 25, 1899.

4712.  MINERVA HOPPOLDT, 1857-, daughter of Dr. Christopher Hoppoldt and (2010) Emily Amelia Greenlee, was married, Nov. 12, 1882, to DONALD MACKENZIE, of Morganton, N. C.


7884. Margaret Emily MacKenzie, b. Nov. 15, 1884.
7885. Christopher Hoppoldt MacKenzie, b. Aug. 25, 1886, d. Aug. 31, 1887.
7886. Henry Roderick MacKenzie, b. July 4, 1888.
7887. Catherine Minerva MacKenzie, b. Aug. 31, 1890.
7889. Lucy Hoppoldt MacKenzie, b. Oct. 26, 1893.
7890. Evangeline Sacket MacKenzie, b. Feb. 26, 1898.

4713.  MINERVA ALLISON GREENLEE, 18__-1892, daughter of (2011) Ephraim and Sarah L. Butler Greenlee, was married to COLONEL THOMAS SPRIGGINS GALLAWAY, of the Confederate Army, who, after the war was a successful and prominent planter of Tenn.


7891. Lucinda Louisa Gallaway.
7892. GREENLEE GALLAWAY, m. Ethel Warley.
7893. THOMAS SPRIGGINS GALLAWAY, m. Fannie Battle.
7894. Sarah Butler Gallaway.
7895. Alexander Bradnax Gallaway.

4715.  JOHN AUGUSTUS DICKSON, 1852-, of Morganton, N. C., son of John A. Dickson and (2012) Elizabeth Sackett Greenlee, was married, July 3, 1877, to ANNE GIBBS, daughter of REV. GEORGE MCKENZIE GIBBS and AMANDA MCKINLEY MORGAN. Mr. Dickson is one of the leading business men of Gorganton. From 1877 to 1887 he was the secretary and treasurer of the Building Commission for

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