Person:Lucy Sackett (1)

Watchers
m. 13 MAY 1813
  1. Mary Ann Sackett1815 - 1818
  2. Hannah B. Sackett1818 -
  3. Elizabeth K. Sackett1821 -
  4. Lucy May Sackett1823 - 1892
  5. Baldwin A. Sackett1826 -
  6. James B. Sackett1829 -
  7. Daniel Eaton Sackett1831 -
  8. Wm. N. (?) Sackett1835 -
m. 1841
  1. Hattie Brown1845 - 1845
  2. Mary Elizabeth Brown1849 - 1917
  3. Lucy Brown1853 - 1854
Facts and Events
Name Lucy May Sackett
Married Name[1] Brown
Gender Female
Alt Birth[9] ABT Feb1823 New York, United States
Birth[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][12] 14 Oct1823 Butternuts, Otsego, New York, United States
Marriage 1841 probably Chenango County, New York, United Statesto Parker Morrill Brown
Other[11][13] 18 NOV 1866 Anecdote
Death[9][3][6][7][8] 7 Dec1892 Kimball, St. Clair, Michigan, United States
Burial[10][7] Kimball, St. Clair, Michigan, United StatesMallory Cemetery
References
  1. [Anonymous]. History of St. Clair County, Michigan. (A.J. Andreas and Co., Chicago, 1883), Secondary quality.
  2. Sackett Bible, Present Owner: Lost as of 1995, Lucy.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Parker Brown Bible, Present Owner: Marion Fogarty, Lucy.
  4. National Archives and Records Administration. 1850 US Federal Census: PACR1850, Government: United States, State: Pennsylvania, Online Pub Info: Provo, Utah. (Washington, D.C., 16 June 2006, Original Date, 1850), fullcite.
  5. FB-003.
  6. 6.0 6.1 FB-004.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 GS-007.
  8. 8.0 8.1 DR-012.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Death Records, Record Type: Death Record, Lucy M. Brown.
  10. Mallory Cemetery, MI.
  11. Sackett, Daniel Eaton. GR-241 (DESackett to LMBrown nov 1866), Recipient: Brown, Lucy May (Sackett). (Nov 18th (18)66).
  12. Village of Gilbertsville was not formed until 1896. Before then, Butternuts was in the area of Gilbertsville.

    On the 10th day of April, 1792, the town of Butternuts was formed from Otsego. But its original area was soon diminished by the setting off of Pittsfield in 1797, and in 1808 it was reduced by the organization of Edmeston, and again in 1849 by the organization of Morris. The first settlement in the town was made in 1787.

    librarian@stny.rr.com Leigh C. Eckmair is the town historian for both Gilbertsville and Butternuts.
  13. Daniel Eaton mentioned in his letter dated Nov 18th 66 that Lucy had gone to the poor house.