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Descendants of John Sackett-2

Sixth Generation


57. Samuel Sackett-694 (Samuel , Samuel , John , John , John ) was born on 2 Mar 1771. He died on 27 Aug 1851.

of New Haven, Conn., and Verona and Trenton, in Oneida County, N. Y.

Samuel married Sally Donelson-694sp.

They had the following children:

+ 94 M i John B. Sackett-1647

58. Solomon Sackett-700 (Solomon , Samuel , John , John , John ) was born in 1785. He died on 17 Jan 1855 in According to records at Canace Conn..

of Sandsfield, Mass., and North Canaan, Conn.

Solomon married Hulda Webster-700sp.

They had the following children:

+ 95 M i George Sackett-1650
+ 96 M ii Solomon Sackett-1651
  97 M iii Harvey Sackett-1652 was born on 16 Jan 1826. He died on 5 Jan 1831.
  98 F iv Rhoda Sackett-1653 was born on 12 Dec 1817.
        Rhoda married Mr. Spaulding-1653sp.
  99 F v Mary Sackett was born on 21 Aug 1816.
  100 F vi Lucretia Sackett was born on 26 Aug 1828.
  101 F vii Cordelia Sackett was born on 31 May 1829.

59. Thomas T. Sackett-701 (Solomon , Samuel , John , John , John ) was born in 1794.

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GEAUGA COUNTY OHIO - Thompson Township Cemetery Files Includes the following cemetery: Bartlett, Evergreen, Maple Grove, Phelps, St. Patrick's, Warner, Webster
SACKETT Thomas T., 22 Sep 1864, 70y Cem.: TH Maple Grove, Sec. 48, Lot 1

Thomas married Lucy Fellows-701sp on 26 Jun 1821. Lucy was born in 1800. She died on 14 Jun 1858 in Geauga Co., OH..

GEAUGA COUNTY OHIO - Thompson Township Cemetery Files Includes the following cemetery: Bartlett, Evergreen, Maple Grove, Phelps, St. Patrick's, Warner, Webster
SACKETT Lucy, 14 Jun 1858, 58 y [w/o Thomas T.] Cem.; TH Maple Grove, Sec. 48, Lot 1

Thomas and Lucy had the following children:

+ 102 F i Polly Sackett-12670
+ 103 M ii Ephraim Sackett-12671
  104 F iii Eri Sackett-12672 was born on 13 Dec 1826. She died on 4 May 1827.
  105 F iv Lucretia Sackett-12673 was born on 18 Apr 1828. She died on 21 Apr 1828.
+ 106 M v Uri L. Sackett-12674
  107 F vi Fidelia Sackett-12675 was born on 13 Dec 1831. She died on 5 Jun 1834.
  108 F vii Rhoda Sackett-12676 was born on 30 Jan 1834.
        Rhoda married William Fellows-12676sp.
  109 F viii Matilda Sackett-12677 was born on 23 Oct 1835. She died on 17 Jul 1868 in Geauga Co., OH..

GEAUGA COUNTY OHIO - Thompson Township Cemetery Files Includes the following cemetery: Bartlett, Evergreen, Maple Grove, Phelps, St. Patrick's, Warner, Webster
SACKETT Matilda E., 17 Jul 1868, 30y 8m 25d [d/o Thomas T. & Lucy] TH Maple Grove 48 1

61. Jonathan Booth-704 (Sarah Sackett , Jonathan , Jr. , Jonathan , John , John ) was born on 19 Jun 1747. He died on 22 Sep 1806.

of Hamden, Conn.

Jonathan married Rebecca Cooper-704sp.

They had the following children:

  110 M i Alexander Booth-1662 was born on 11 Dec 1767. He died on 11 Jul 1829.
        Alexander married Huldah Thompson-1662sp.
  111 F ii Sarah Booth-1663.
        Sarah married Joshua Munson-1663.
  112 M iii Jonathan , Jr. Booth-1664.
        Jonathan married Mabel Mix-1664sp.

62. Hannah Booth-705 (Sarah Sackett , Jonathan , Jr. , Jonathan , John , John ) was born on 1 Apr 1755. She died on 25 Aug 1836.

Hannah married Thomas Punderson Capt.-705sp.

of New Haven, Conn.

Thomas and Hannah had the following children:

  113 F i Ruth Punderson-1665.
  114 M ii Elisha Punderson-1666.
  115 M iii Thomas Punderson Rev.-1667.

65. Richard Sackett , Jr.-711 (Richard , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) was born on 15 Jul 1749. He died in 1789.

of New Milford, Conn., and Arlington, VT.

He appears to have been a well-to-do husbandman. On Jan. 4, 1770, nearly six months 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. - [Weygant, p. 163-154]

Richard married Martha Benedict-711sp daughter of Jonathan Benedict and Lucy Castle before 1776. Martha was born in 1756. She died in 1812.

Thomas Benedict (or Bennydick), the colonist ancestor of Martha Benedict Sackett, was a native of Notinghamshire, Eng-
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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.

Richard and Martha had the following children:

+ 116 M i Richard Sackett , 3rd-1680
+ 117 F ii Lucy Sackett-1681
+ 118 M iii Jonathan Sackett-1682
+ 119 M iv Anson Sackett-1683
+ 120 F v Hester Sackett-1684

68. Mary Sackett-721 (John , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) died in Sep 1824.

One source has the birth of Mary as 17 Nov 1730. However, that would make her 57 years old at the birth of Benjamin in 1787.

Mary married Alexander McKay-721sp on 2 Sep 1760 in Amenia, Dutchess Co., NY.. Alexander was born on 22 Feb 1731/1732. He died in 1812.

Weygant has his surname as MacKey. However, current researchers use the surname MacKay or McKay.
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Information on the McKay line provided by Harry Mckay <>
Sources for children of Alexander and Mary McKay:
1. "Genealogy of the McKay Family" by Dr. James Adolphus McKay, 1896
2. "A History of the South Amenia Presbyterian Church of Union Society
1759-1959", by Ruth E. Barlow
3. Church records-Lenox, MA.
4. Wadsworth family records
5. Church records- New Preston, CT.
6. Church records-Griffins Mills Congregational Church, NY

Alexander McKay, while in Lenox, MA., was one of 103 men who signed a protest document against the British on 14 July 1774. They vowed not to buy any British goods, to disassociate with anyone who did, to manufacture and make as much goods as they could on their own, to promote peace and keep from rioting. The original document is in a safe at the Lenox Town Library. Alexander, Mary, and their first 9 children had moved to Pennsylvania probably by 1776 as part of the Susquehanna Co. who hoped to settle there. They lived in the area between Wilkes-Barre and Scranton, PA. called Wyoming. Because of problems with Indians, British and internal problems, they ultimately had to relinquish their land. Alexander was later refunded in Connecticut for his loss. Before the family left Pennsylvania, they were in the Wyoming Valley Massacre which started on 26 July 1778. Tories and Indians descended on the villages, and the families fled to the forts. Alexander and family went to Ft. Lackawanna and remained there until the enemy seized the fort. They had to stay there several more days before they were given permission to leave either by parole or go to Canada. They chose parole. With little possessions, a red mark on each face which was a sign of their parole, and most of the family with measles (including Alexander), the family walked back to New York. Mary, wife of Alexander and pregnant with Daniel, carried the little ones and Alexander across the Susquehanna River when they arrived there.

Alexander and Mary had the following children:

  121 M i Sylvester MacKay was born on 2 Aug 1761 in Amenia, Dutchess Co., NY.. He died in Apr 1804 in Union, Chenango Co., NY..
        Sylvester married Elizabeth Bostwick on 13 Sep 1782 in New Preston, CT..
  122 F ii Mary MacKay was born on 7 May 1763 in Amenia, Dutchess Co., NY.. She died on 13 Aug 1851 in Beloit, Rock Co., WI..
        Mary married Joseph Wadsworth on 29 Apr 1787.
  123 F iii Lois MacKay was born on 20 Mar 1765 in Amenia, Dutchess Co., NY.. She died on 13 Sep 1823 in Stephentown, NY..
        Lois married Benjamin Douglas.
  124 F iv Elizabeth MacKay was born on 19 Feb 1766 in Lenox, MA.. She died on 24 Aug 1833 in Peru, Huron Co., OH..
        Elizabeth married Alanson Edwards on 20 Apr 1791.
+ 125 M v Medad McKay
  126 F vi Lucy MacKay was born on 20 Nov 1770. She died on 9 Dec 1863 in Scranton, PA..
        Lucy married John Carey in 1789.
  127 F vii Rhoda MacKay was born on 20 Sep 1772. She died on 25 Jun 1860 in probably in Mansfield, Cattaraugus Co., NY..
        Rhoda married Daniel Waller.
  128 M viii Seth MacKay was born on 7 Sep 1774. He died on 23 Feb 1826 in Griffins Mills, Erie Co., NY..
        Seth married Larissa Lamb on 12 Sep 1802.
  129 F ix Sarah MacKay was born on 4 Apr 1776. She died on 28 Jun 1852 in Greenfield, Saratoga Co., NY..
        Sarah married John Weed.
+ 130 M x Daniel McKay
  131 M xi Simeon MacKay was born on 3 Apr 1780. He died on 16 Mar 1868.
        Simeon married Sally Barnett.
+ 132 M xii Alexander MacKay Jr.
  133 M xiii Charles MacKay was born on 8 Aug 1784 in New Preston, CT.. He died in Jul 1854 in possibly Greenup, IL..
        Charles married Hannah Butler.
  134 M xiv Benjamin MacKay was born on 2 Nov 1787. He died on 14 Jul 1852 in Chicago, IL..
        Benjamin married Sarah Bierdsley.

69. Elizabeth Sackett-720 (John , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) was born on 22 Nov 1742. She died on 6 Jun 1808.

She had twins born in 1762 died unnamed.

Elizabeth married Caleb Hyde Gen.-720sp son of Elijah Hyde and Ruth Tracey in 1761. Caleb was born in West Farms, 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.

Caleb and Elizabeth had the following children:

  135 M i Charles Hyde-1723 was born on 12 Feb 1764. He died on 3 Oct 1806 in Unmarried.
  136 M ii Caleb Hyde-1724 was born on 6 Aug 1765.
        Caleb married Rhoda Steel-1724sp.
  137 F iii Clarissa Hyde-1725 was born on 17 Apr 1767.
        Clarissa married Josiah L. Patterson-1725sp.
+ 138 M iv Chauncey Hyde-1726
  139 M v Calvin Hyde-1727 was born on 9 Feb 1770.
        Calvin married Ornney Stanley-1727sp.

Weygant has her name shown as: Ornney Stanley _____.
  140 F vi Elisabeth Hyde-1728 was born on 3 Nov 1772. She died on 15 May 1797.
        Elisabeth married Thomas Steel-1728sp.
  141 F vii Ruth Hyde-1729 was born on 16 May 1774.
        Ruth married O. W. Seymour-1729sp.
  142 F viii Prudence Hyde-1730 was born on 2 Nov 1775.
        Prudence married William Woodruff-1730sp.
  143 M ix Elijah Hyde-1731 was born on 2 Jul 1777. He died on 13 Feb 1790.
  144 M x John Hyde-1732 was born on 15 Jan 1779. He died on 19 May 1779.
  145 M xi Ebby Hyde-1733 was born on 27 Jan 1781.
        Ebby married Elisabeth Osborne-1733sp.
  146 F xii Harris[?] Hyde-1734 was born on 18 Feb 1784.

Weygant has the name as Harris Hyde which seems to be a male name. However the spouse is named Isaac Foote. Could it be a typo and the name should be Harriet? - T. King
        Harris[?] married Isaac Foote-1734sp.
  147 F xiii Melinda Hyde-1735 was born on 16 Dec 1786.
        Melinda married James Parke-1735sp.

70. John Sackett , Jr.-719 (John , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) was born on 18 Aug 1747 in Albany-Rensselear Co., NY. He died 1 on 26 Jul 1805 in Wayne Lake, Steuben Co. , NY. He was buried in Weston Cem. /Tyrone, Schuyler Co., NY.

of Albany (now Rensselaer) County, N. Y.

John Sackett was a Revolutionary soldier and is credited with service in regiments commanded by Colonels John Field and Henry Luddington.
[Weygant, p. 166]
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Revolutionary War soldier in NY
# S002609
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"Sackett, John: b 8-18-1747 NY d 7-25-1805 NY m Prudence Atherton Sol NY"
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WESTON CEMETERY
Town of Tyrone, Schuyler co., NY

SACKETT John 7-26-1805 ae 59
Prudence wf 10-5-1808 ae 60
SACKETT Lois 11-17-1788 - 12-12-1807
SACKETT Benjamin 4-1-1852 ae 81
SACKETT Simeon 11-30-1771 - 1-25-1813
SACKETT Jacob 11-5-1775 - 2-9-1813

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1879 Index of Schuyler Co., NY:
Biographies for:
Sackett, John C--Hector
Sackett, Philo--Hector

John married 1 Prudence Atherton-719sp daughter of James Atherton on 26 Oct 1769 in Dover, Albany Co. NY. Prudence was born on 14 Mar 1747/1748 in ? Canterbury, CT. She died on 5 Oct 1808 in Wayne Lake, NY. She was buried in Weston Cem., Tyrone, Schuyler Co., NY. Prudence was buried in Redford Cemetery, NY.

Died at age 60

They had the following children:

  148 M i James Sackett Col.-1713 was born on 6 Jun 1770. He died in 1821. He was buried in Snyder Cemetery, /Van Levens Corners, NY.

of Van Levens (formerly Sackett's) Corners, Albany County, N. Y.

Colonel Sackett was an active business man, a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, and an enthusiastic militiaman. He represented his town for several years in the County Board of Supervisors, and in 1818 was a member of the State Assembly. In the militia he served with credit for full thirty years, filling every position from private to regimental commander. His commissions from Ensign to Colonel are dated as follows:

1800 Ensign of Albany Light Infantry Company.
1803 Lieutenant in regiment commanded by Lt.-Col. Todd.
1805 Captain in regiment commanded by L.-Col. Paul Todd.
1807 Junior Major of regiment commanded by Col. Farington.
1809 Junior Major of regiment commanded by Lt.-Col. Wm. Mackey.
1812 Senior Major of regiment commanded by Lt.-Col. Boardman
1814 Lieut.-Col. commanding 25th Reg. New York State Inf.
1818 Colonel of 25th Regt. N. Y. S. I., with rank from May 1, 1816.

He was buried from church at Van Levens Corners in July 1821 with military and Masonic honors, and laid to rest in Snyder Cemetery. - [Weygant, pp. 166, 262-263]
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30 years in the Militia
        James married Chitterdon Miss-1713sp.

Weygant has her name as Chittendon and as Chitterdon.
+ 149 M ii Simeon Sackett-1714
+ 150 F iii Sarah Sackett-1715
+ 151 M iv Jacob Sackett-1716
  152 M v Benjamin Sackett-1717 was born on 22 Oct 1777. He died on 1 Apr 1852. He was buried in Weston Cem., /Tyrone, Schuyler Co., NY.

Of Tryon, Steuben Co., N. Y.
  153 F vi Betsey Sackett-1718 "Betsey" was born on 22 Nov 1779.
        Betsey married Mr. Adams-18393.
  154 F vii Chloe Sackett-1719 was born on 17 May 1782.
        Chloe married x Vermilyea-18394.
+ 155 F viii Amelia Sackett-1720
+ 156 M ix Ezekiel Sackett-1721
  157 F x Lois Sackett-1722 was born on 17 Nov 1788. She died on 12 Dec 1807. She was buried in Weston Cem., Tyrone, Schuyler Co., NY.
  158 M xi John Sackett 1.
  159 F xii Margaret Sackett 1.
        Margaret married Mr. Pitcher.

71. Lois Sackett-723 (John , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) was born in Mar 1748/1749 in Fairlee, Orange Co., NY. She died on 29 Oct 1814 in Lebanon, New London Co., CT..

From GenForum:

I am looking for information on John & Elizabeth (MARTEN)[Maston] SACKETT. Their daughter, Lois
SACKETT was b. -- Mar 1749 at Fairlee, Orange Co, NY; d. 29 Oct 1814 Lebanon, New
London Co, CT; m. 25 Jan 1770 Fairlee, Orange Co, NY to Nathanial WILLIAMS, Sr. These are
all my ancestors.

Keith D. Ashley, 34465 Crew Rd., Pomeroy, OH 45769
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John is the son of Richard and Margery L. Sleade. He was b in 1697 in New Haven, Ct. Both he
and Elizabeth died in New Haven. He was a physician and gentleman farmer. He was also
administrator of his father's Will..John and Elizabeth had at least 8 children. Lois was b in March of
1748/49. She married Nathaniel Williams s/o Samuel and Deborah Troop Williams. Nathaniel was b
April 20, 1742 and died Febuary 15, 1814 in Lebanon, New Londen, Ct. They had 8 children of
whom I am aware:: Samuel b Oct 29 1771; John b Nov 1 1772; Nathaniel b Aug 3 1773; William b
Dec 20 1774; George b Mar 18 1778; Henry b May 9 1782; Erastus b Sep 29 1784; and Lois b
June 22, 1790. Direct e-mail: mr121@webtv.net [Michele Robbins]
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WOW! Thanks so much. Where did you get Erastus WILLIAMS' birth date? That is my ancestor.
He came to Meigs County, Ohio, via Herkimer, NY. His daughter, Sarah "Sallie" WILLIAMS, was
the 2nd wife of Josiah CURTIS. Their son, Hoyt Williams CURTIS was my great great grandfather.

Keith D. Ashley, 34465 Crew Road, Pomeroy, OH 45769-9715

Lois married Nathaniel Williams-723sp son of Samuel Williams and Deborah Troop on 25 Jan 1770 in Fairlee, Orange Co., NY. Nathaniel was born on 20 Apr 1741. He died on 15 Feb 1814 in Lebanon, New York.

They had the following children:

  160 M i Samuel Williams was born on 29 Oct 1771.
  161 M ii John Williams was born on 1 Nov 1772.
  162 M iii Nathaniel Williams was born on 3 Aug 1773.
  163 M iv William Williams was born on 20 Dec 1774.
  164 M v George Williams was born on 18 Mar 1778.
  165 M vi Henry Williams was born on 9 May 1782.
  166 M vii Erastus Williams was born on 29 Sep 1784.
  167 F viii Lois Williams was born on 22 Jun 1790.

72. Richard Sackett-717 (John , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) was born in Jun 1751. He died in Sep 1778.

He died at Stephentown, N. Y., in September, 1778.

Richard married Chloe Atherton-717sp daughter of James Atherton on 15 Apr 1771 in Amenia, Dutchess County, N. Y..

They had the following children:

  168 M i Richard Sackett-1708.
        Richard married Carpenter Miss-1708sp.
+ 169 M ii Elisha Sackett-1709
+ 170 F iii Margaret Sackett-1710
  171 F iv Sackett Miss-1711.

73. Benjamin Sackett Capt.-716 (John , Richard , Jonathan , John , John ) was born in 1752 in Dutchess Co., NY.. He died in 1826 in Stephentown, Rensselaer Co., NY..

of Stephentown, in what is now Rensselaer County, N. Y.

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.

Benjamin married Phebe Davis-716sp on 11 Nov 1773.

They had the following children:

  172 M i John Sackett-1698 was born in 1774. He died in 1841.
        John married Abigail Robbins-1698sp.
+ 173 F ii Betsey Sackett-1699
+ 174 M iii Ezra Davis Sackett-1700
  175 M iv Richard Sackett-1701 was born in 1781. He died in 1814.
+ 176 M v Calvin P. Sackett-1702
  177 F vi Lois Sackett-1703 was born in 1786.
+ 178 M vii Daniel Sackett-1704
  179 M viii Almiron Sackett-1705 was born in 1789. He died in 1801.
  180 M ix Benjamin Sackett-1706 was born in 1792.
+ 181 F x Lavinia Sackett-1707

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