Sacketts in the military

Sackett family descendants have served in the military in all ranks and in all the major British and American wars, including:

258 records

  • Bailey, Cornelius L (1848–1863). Corporal, 126th Regiment, New York State Volunteers, American Civil War (Union), Battle of Harper's Ferry, 1862, killed in action, aged 15, Battle of Gettysburg, 1863.
  • Bailey, Cornelius L II (1864–). Soldier, Syracuse company, Spanish-American War.
  • Baylis, James Henry (1896–1922). British soldier, Royal Garrison Artillery, First World War, Victory Medal (Territorial Force), British War Medal, died of tuberculosis contracted in the trenches.
  • Baylis, Robert William (1897–1944). Rifleman, 5th Company City of London Rifles, First World War, British Expeditionary Force, France, 1915.
  • Bonney, Byron Wales (1841–). Sergeant, 47th Regiment, Ohio Volunteers, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1864, Siege of Vicksburgh, 1862.
  • Bonney, George West (1838–). Soldier, 47th Ohio Volunteers, American Civil War (Union), wounded at Battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Congressional Medal of Honor.
  • Carter, Adoniram (1842–1885). American Civil War.
  • Duell, Holland Sackett (1881–1942). Major, 30th Field Artillery, 77th Division, First World War, DSC for gallantry, later Colonel.
  • Fish, Hamilton (say1875–1898). Second Sergeant, Troop K, First Volunteer Cavalry (the "Rough Riders"), Spanish-American War, killed in action in Cuba.
  • Fish, Nicholas (1758–1833). Lieutenant Colonel, 2nd New York Regiment of the Line, American Revolutionary War, battles of Saratoga (1777), Monmouth (1778), Siege of Yorktown (1781), Adjutant General of State of New York (1786).
  • Gleason, Benoni (1761–1819). Soldier, American Revolutionary War, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, company, present British surrender at Yorktown.
  • Greenlee, Alexander Sackett (1834–). Soldier, 6th North Carolina Regiment, American Civil War (Confederate), battles of Petersburg, Richmond, and Lynchburg, Virginia, and Plymouth, North Carolina, taken prisoner by Northern troops but exchanged.
  • Greenlee, George Elisha (1837–). Soldier, 1st and 59th North Carolina Regiments, American Civil War (Confederate).
  • Hyde, Chauncey (1769–). Major, Brigade Inspector, 1802.
  • Kimber, John Evans "Jack" (1925–2013). US Navy, World War II, Pacific.
  • King, Rufus (1814–1876). Brigadier General, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1863, Fredericksburgh, Manassas, Yorktown.
  • King, Charles (Hon) (1789–1867). Colonel, Militia, War of 1812.
  • King, Charles (1844–). Brigadier General, career soldier, American Civil War, Indian Wars (5th Cavalry), West Point Academy instructor, professor of military science, University of Wisconsin, instructor, Wisconsin National Guard, Colonel, 4th Regiment, Wisconsin National Guard, Brigadier General of Volunteers, commandant, Orchard Lake Military Academy.
  • King, James Gore (Hon) (1791–1853). Assistant Adjutant General, New York Militia, War of 1812.
  • King, John Alsop (Hon) (1788–1867). War of 1812.
  • Lee, James M (1834–1907). Private, 102nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry, American Civil War (Union), 1862–1865.
  • Luxton, Albert Edward (1897–1916). Private, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. First World War, Western Front, France, killed in action, 3 Sep 1916.
  • McNulty, Albert (1840–). Soldier, 7th Regiment, New York Militia, American Civil War (Union), 1861.
  • Miller, John Benjamin (1886–1918). Sergeant, 9th Battalion East Surrey Regiment, 1916–1918, First World War, Western Front, France, killed in action 16 Oct 1918.
  • Murton, Henry Thomas Sackett (1889–1971). Corporal, Middlesex Regiment.
  • Robertson, Cecil Howie (1892–1916). Private, 11th Battalion, Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment), killed in action, northern France, First World War.
  • Root, Azariah (1761–1852). Soldier, American Revolutionary War, witnessed execution of Major André, 1780; commanded regiment in War of 1812.
  • Root, Eli Jr (1755–). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Root, Roswell (1759–). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Adam Tredwell (1828–1878). Soldier, 15th Regiment, New York Infantry National Guard, American Civil War (Union), 1864.
  • Sackett, Adnah (1745–1813). Lieutenant, Captain Daniel Sackett's Company, Third Hampshire County Regiment, American Revolutionary War, later Captain.
  • Sackett, Albert (1903–1978). Private, US Army, Second World War, 1942–1943.
  • Sackett, Albert Edward (1894–1979). British Army, Royal Army Medical Corps, France & Salonika, First World War, 1915–1919.
  • Sackett, Albert Edward, MM (1895–1952). Corporal, British Army (Royal Flying Corps), 1915–1918, Royal Air Force, 1918–1919, First World War, France, 1916–1919, military medal.
  • Sackett, Albert Monroe (1920–2016). Rear Admiral, US Navy. Fought in three wars: World War II, Korea, Vietnam.
  • Sackett, Alexander (1758–1829). Sergeant, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Alexander T (1820–1864). Soldier, 8th Iowa Cavalry, American Civil War (Union), captured and imprisoned by Confederates, died in sinking of ship General Lyon.
  • Sackett, Alfred (1880–1949). British Army (Royal Flying Corps), 1916–1918, Sergeant Mechanic, Royal Air Force, 1918–1919, First World War.
  • Sackett, Alfred Barrett (Rev), OBE (1862–1951). Chaplain to the Forces, Gibraltar, 1904–1919; appointed OBE 1919.
  • Sackett, Alfred Barrett MC, MA (1895–1977). Captain, Northumberland Fusiliers, First World War, MC for gallantry in field, wounded 1917 France.
  • Sackett, Alton Veasey (1887–1949). Corporal, 163rd Depot Brigade, Iowa, First World War, 1918.
  • Sackett, Ambrose (c1824–1862). Private, Company I, 12th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sackett, Ananias Rogers (1760–1838). Private, Dutchess County Regiment, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Andrew (1842–). Soldier, 50th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1864.
  • Sackett, Anson L (1844–). Private, 9th Regiment, New York Cavalry, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1865.
  • Sackett, Archie Adelmar (1871–1898). Soldier, Regiment of "Rough Riders", killed on active service, Spanish-American War.
  • Sackett, Arden H (1837–1919). Corporal, 20th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, American Civil War (Union), 1862–1865, wounded, Siege of Petersburg, 1865.
  • Sackett, Arthur Thomas (1890–1971). Fitter & turner, Royal Navy, 1911–1912.
  • Sacket, Augustine (1789–). Colonel, commanding officer, 11th New York Infantry Regiment.
  • Sackett, Augustine (1841–1914). Assistant engineer, Navy, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sacket, Augustus (1769–1827). Captain, founder of Sackett's Harbor, New York.
  • Sackett, Azariah (say 1753–). Private, Cumberland County Militia, Pennsylvania, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Benjamin (1731–). Private, Albany County Militia, New York, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Benjamin (1762–1844). Soldier, Connecticut, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Benjamin (1752–1826). Captain, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Benjamin Howard (Rev), MA, BD (1903–1999). RAF chaplain 1941–1946.
  • Sacket, Benoni (1710–1785). Soldier, expedition against Canada.
  • Sackett, Boyd (1901–1952). Private, US Army, 1918–1919, First World War.
  • Sackett, Bruce Edward (1913–1975). Staff Sergeant, US Army, 441st Engineer Battalion, 1942–1945, Second World War.
  • Sackett, Buell (1763–1840). Major, 5th Continental Regiment & Columbia County Regiment, New York, c1780–1807, American Revolutionary War, witnessed execution of Major André, 1780.
  • Sackett, Byron (c1842–). Soldier, 12th Regiment, New York Cavalry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Caleb Frank (1896–1973). Corporal, 56th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, First World War, wounded, Western Front, France, 1918.
  • Sackett, Caleb H (1770–). Lieutenant Colonel, 199th Regiment, Tioga County, New York, Commandant of Regiment 1821.
  • Sackett, Cecil (1893–1975). Officers' steward, Royal Navy, 1910–1928 or later.
  • Sackett, Charles D (1840–). Lieutenant, 3rd Regiment, Illinois Cavalry, 1861–1865, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Charles H (c1839–). Soldier, 2nd Regiment, Ohio Cavalry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Charles M (c1877–1910). Corporal, 7th Infantry, 1898–.
  • Sackett, Charles W (1902–1958). Private, US Army, 2053rd Ordnance Company, Aviation Service, Second World War, 1942–1943.
  • Sackett, Chauncey (1845–1863). Soldier, 7th Regiment, Minnesota Infantry, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sackett, Clair Eugene (1918–1993). Master Sergeant, US Army Air Corps, Second World War, Korean War.
  • Sackett, Clarence Daniel (Hon) (1798–1858). Captain, 82nd Regiment, New York Infantry.
  • Sackett, Clark (1793–1864). Soldier in company of Connecticut troops, War of 1812.
  • Sackett, Clark A (1833–). Private, 164th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard), American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Clifford J (c1843–). Captain, 51st Regiment (and/or 39th Regiment), Wisconsin Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Clyde Wallace (1896–1989). Aero Squadron, US Army, 1917–1919, First World War.
  • Sackett, Cornelius (1842–1914). Private, American Civil War (Union), 10th Massachusetts Infantry, 1861–64, wounded Petersburg, Virginia, 1864, 3rd Massachusetts Cavalry, 1864–65.
  • Sackett, Cyrus (1764–1846). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Cyrus (1837–1913). Soldier, American Civil War.
  • Sackett, Cyrus Oran (1834–1906). Soldier, 70th Regiment, Indiana Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sacket, Daniel (1735–1824). Captain, 7th Company, Hampshire County (Massachusetts) Regiment, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Daniel (1759–1822). Lieutenant, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Daniel (1792–1879). Soldier, War of 1812.
  • Sackett, Darius C (1839–1871). Corporal, 126th Regiment, New York Infantry, 1862, American Civil War (Union), discharged wounded.
  • Sacket, Delancy (1837–1863). Private, Company D, 83rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sacket, Delos Bennet (1822–1885). General, career soldier, West Point Military Academy 1841, Major General 1865, American Civil War (Union), senior Inspector General of the United States Army 1881.
  • Sackett, Dewey Sylvester (1897–1961). US Army, Second World War, 1942–.
  • Sackett, Dudley P (1842–1906). Private, 3rd Regiment, Minnesota Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Earl LeRoy (1897–1970). US Navy First World War, Rear Admiral, US Navy, Second World War, Navy Cross for heroism, Philippines.
  • Sackett, Ebenezer (1822–1870). Corporal, 21st Regiment, Michigan Infantry, 1862–1863, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Edgar H "Ned" (1908–1981). US Army, 1943–1946, Second World War.
  • Sackett, Edmund Herbert (1896–1918). Bombardier, Australian Field Artillery, killed in action, nr. Cambrai, France, First World War.
  • Sackett, Edward (1817–1883). Private, Third Connecticut Volunteers, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Edward Arthur (1870–1914). Sapper, Royal Engineers, 1896–1907.
  • Sackett, Edward Curtis (1831–1917). Lieutenant, 41st Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 1861–1864, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Edward Lawrence (1822–1859). Private, 6th Foot, Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
  • Sackett, Edward Richard (1843–1891). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1859–, HMS Victory.
  • Sackett, Edwin M (1844–1915). Private, 50th New York Engineer Regiment, American Civil War.
  • Sackett, Eli (1743–1826). Minute Man, Alarm List, Connecticut, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Elijah (1751–1837). Private, Cumberland County (Pennsylvania) Militia, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Elijah (1768–1813). Lieutenant, Washington County Regiment, New York.
  • Sacket, Erastus (1721–c1810). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Erastus E (1817–1869). Sergeant, 1st Missouri Volunteer Infantry, 1861, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sacket, Erastus Jr (1750–1838). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Evart John (1896–1965). Chief warrant officer, Coast Artillery Corps, National Guard, 1941–, Second World War.
  • Sackett, Ezekiel (c1737–). Private, New York, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Ezra (1750–1834). Private, Captain Daniel Sackett's Company (7th Company, Hampshire County (Massachusetts) Regiment), American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Francis (1897–1956). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1916–1919, First World War.
  • Sackett, Frank Edward (1868–1907). Royal Highland Regiment (Black Watch), 1890–1902, Sergeant 1897, Second Boer War, 1899–1902, severely wounded, Battle of Magersfontein, 1899.
  • Sackett, Franklin M (c1833–1903). Soldier, 1st Regiment of Illinois Cavalry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Fred (1889–1957). Private, 360th US Infantry Regiment, wounded in action, First World War.
  • Sackett, Fred (1921–1997). US Army, Second World War.
  • Sackett, Frederic Moseley (1840–1913). Lieutenant, 1st Regiment, Rhode Island Infantry, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1863; Adjutant General of State of Rhode Island 1895.
  • Sackett, Frederick Henry (1893–1916). Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action, France, First World War.
  • Sackett, Freeman William (1847–1917). Private, 38th Wisconsin Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sacket, Gad (1748–). Corporal, Massachusetts, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, George Benjamin (1924–2011). US Army 45th Infantry Division, Africa, Sicily, Italy, Second World War.
  • Sackett, George Henry (1830–1880). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1862–.
  • Sackett, George Langdale (1897–1917). Lance Corporal, East Yorkshire Regiment, England, killed in action, Somme, France, First World War.
  • Sackett, George William (1838–). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1856–, HMS Raleigh.
  • Sackett, George William (1881–1912). Private, East Kent Regiment "The Buffs", South Africa, Second Boer War.
  • Sackett, George William (1899–1982). Private, Middlesex Regiment, First World War.
  • Sackett, Gery (1789–1866). Soldier, War of 1812.
  • Sacket, Gideon Shepard (1792–1860). Captain, 46th Regiment, New York Infantry.
  • Sackett, Golden Noble (1897–1970). Private, Company D, Utah 6 Engineers, First World War.
  • Sackett, Harry Colin (1894–1916). Lance Corporal, Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), England, killed in action, France, First World War.
  • Sackett, Harvey (1791–1875). Soldier, Ohio Militia, War of 1812.
  • Sackett, Harvey Leander (1832–1865). Soldier, 101st Regiment, Illinois Infantry, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sackett, Henry Allen (1892–). Private, Machine Gun Corps, Australian Imperial Force, First World War.
  • Sackett, Henry McCoun (1840–1862). Sergeant, 56th Regiment, New York Infantry, American Civil War (Union), killed in action, Fair Oaks, Virginia.
  • Sackett, Henry William (1857–1939). Gunner, Royal Artillery, 1876–1885, South Africa, Mauritius.
  • Sackett, Henry William (1895–1917). Private, Wiltshire Regiment, killed in action, Iraq, First World War.
  • Sackett, Henry Woodward (1853–). Colonel, New York Cavalry, aide-de-camp to New York State Governor 1896.
  • Sackett, Herbert (1881–1963). Private, 9th Lancers, British Army, 1901–1913.
  • Sackett, Herbert Joel (1895–1990). Private, US Army, 1918, First World War.
  • Sackett, Herman Eugene (1891–1964). Private, US Cavalry, Nebraska.
  • Sackett, Homer S (1838–1899). Sergeant, 2nd Regiment, Connecticut Heavy Artillery, 1862–1865, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Homer Washington (1836–). Private, 150th Ohio Regiment, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Horatio Northrup (1812–1862). Private, 21st Regiment Michigan Volunteer Infantry, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sackett, Irving D (1846–). Soldier, 23rd Regiment, Ohio Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Irving Dewitt (1895–1974). Private, US Marine Corps, First World War, 1918–19.
  • Sackett, Isaac (1786–1836). Captain, 29th Regiment, New York Infantry.
  • Sacket, Isaac (1806–1861). Soldier, Mexican-American War.
  • Sackett, Isaac, Jr (1837–1863). Private, 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, American Civil War (Union), died in the service.
  • Sackett, Jabez B (1827–). Soldier, 13th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Jacob (1839–). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1857–.
  • Sackett, Jacob (1847–1864). Private, 22nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment, American Civil War (Union), died in the service.
  • Sackett, James (Dr) (1755–). Surgeon's mate, 14th Virginia Infantry, American Revolutionary War, later Surgeon in Navy.
  • Sackett, James (1762–). Lieutenant, 2nd Westchester County Regiment, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, James (1770–c1821). Colonel, 25th Regiment, New York State Infantry.
  • Sacket, James (1804–1884). Major, Illinois Militia.
  • Sackett, James Harry (1921–1998). Career soldier, US Army, World War II; Major, US Air Force, Korean War.
  • Sackett, James K (1840–1923). Corporal, Michigan 19th Infantry Regiment, American Civil War, 1862–1865.
  • Sackett, James Joseph (1812–1846). Captain, 4th Regiment, Connecticut Militia.
  • Sackett, James Parker (1847–1922). Private, 184th New York Volunteers, American Civil War, 1864–65.
  • Sackett, James Thomas (1863–1933). Steward, Royal Navy, 1880–1892, served on ten ships.
  • Sackett, John (c1743–1811). Soldier, Orange County Militia, New York, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, John (1747–1805). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, John (1755–1819). Soldier, American Revolutionary War, later Captain, Queens County Regiment of Militia.
  • Sackett, John (1842–1911). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1859–.
  • Sackett, John F (1844–1863). Private, 111th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, American Civil War, 1861–1863.
  • Sackett, John Halstead (1789–1822). Surgeon, 11th Infantry, New York City, War of 1812.
  • Sackett, John Henry (1848–1890). Private, 2nd battalion, 23rd Regiment, Royal Welch Fusiliers, at Gillingham, Kent, in 1871.
  • Sackett, John J (1846–1865). Private, 7th Illinois Infantry Regiment, American Civil War, died in the service.
  • Sackett, John James (1833–1863). Lieutenant, 22nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment, American Civil War (Union), died in the service.
  • Sackett, John James (1880–). Soldier, 234th Overseas Battalion, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, 1916–, First World War.
  • Sackett, John Thomas Edward (1897–1959). Cook, Royal Navy Air Service, 1916–1918, Royal Air Force, 1918–1921, First World War, France, 1918.
  • Sackett, Jonathan (1761–1849). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Jonathan (1895–1979). US Army, 1918–1919.
  • Sackett, Joseph (c1750–). Private, Cumberland County (Pennsylvania) Militia, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Joseph (1757–1816). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Joseph (1762–1822). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Joseph Jr (1794–after1871). Soldier, New York Militia, War of 1812.
  • Sackett, Joseph Taintor (1839–1866). NCO & color bearer, 13th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sacket, Justus (1730–1815). Captain, Second Train Band of Kent (Warren), American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Justus (1740–1827). Sergeant, Connecticut, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Karl Edward (1903–1970). Technician 5th grade, US Army, Second World War, 1942–.
  • Sackett, Keith H (Rev) (1909–1995). First Lieutenant, US Army, Second World War.
  • Sackett, Kimball Beach (1872–1951). Private, Spanish-American War.
  • Sackett, Leander Dorman (1896–1978). PFC, US Army, First World War, 1917–1919.
  • Sackett, Lee B (1871–1935). Spanish-American War.
  • Sackett, Lee Robert (1886–1958). Cook, Company A, 310 Engineers (the Polar Bears), First World War, Russia.
  • Sackett, Leo Frank (1915–2009). Private, US Army, Second World War, 1940–.
  • Sackett, Leon Abbett (1889–). Private, Troop D, 3rd US Cavalry, 1908.
  • Sackett, Lucius (c1816–1884). Private, 20th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, captured and paroled Chancellorsville, VA, 1863, 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserve Corps, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Lyman (c1824–1873). Private, 1st Regiment, Minnesota Heavy Artillery, American Civil War (Union), February – September 1865.
  • Sackett, Lyman H (1834–1862). Soldier, 3rd Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1862, died in the service.
  • Sackett, Mark (1842–1917). Private, 83rd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, American Civil War (Union), 1861–1863, fought in 14 battles, shot through right leg and arm.
  • Sacket, Martin (1776–1862). Lieutenant, 12th Regiment, New York State Artillery, War of 1812.
  • Sackett, Martin VanBuren (1840–1914). Soldier, Company I, Seventh Infantry, Michigan, American Civil War, 1862–1863, wounded, Antietam, Maryland, Sep 1862, discharged disabled Jan 1863.
  • Sackett, Marvin H (1845–1914). Company I, 12th Infantry, Connecticut Volunteers. American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Mervin Frank (1900–1954). Corporal, US Army, World War I, 1917–1918, World War II, 1942–1945.
  • Sackett, Nathaniel (1737–1805). Spymaster to General George Washington, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Nathaniel (1770-1817). Quartermaster, Tioga & Broome Counties Brigade, War of 1812 (prob.).
  • Sackett, Niram (1797–1869). Colonel, Dutchess County Regiment of Militia.
  • Sacket, Noadiah (1762–1781). Private, Hampshire County Regiment, American Revolutionary War 1779.
  • Sacket, Noadiah (1789–1875). Officer, 64th Regiment, New York State Militia.
  • Sackett, Norman (1791–1868). Captain, 72nd Regiment, Columbia County (New York) Militia, 1819–.
  • Sackett, Norman A (1824–1889). Private, First Connecticut Volunteers Light Battery, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Orange E (1841–). Corporal, 114th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers, American Civil War (Union) 1862–65.
  • Sackett, Orville (1798–1866). Captain, 29th (Dutchess County) Regiment of Infantry, 1820–.
  • Sackett, Ozem (1737–1801). Sergeant, Captain Daniel Sackett's Company, Massachusetts, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Paul (1737–between 1755/1757). Royal Navy, HMS Yarmouth.
  • Sackett, Paul H (1917–1982). US Army, Second World War, 1942–.
  • Sackett, Percy Ernest (1877–1910). Private, East Kent Regiment "The Buffs", 1894–1897.
  • Sackett, Peter (1757–). Sergeant Major, 4th Regiment of the Continental Line, American Revolutionary War, Adjutant 1776.
  • Sackett, Putnam (1838–1861). Soldier, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, American Civil War (Union), died in the service.
  • Sackett, Raymond Lester (1890–1956). Corporal, US Army Supply Co, 131st Infantry, 33rd Division. First World War, France.
  • Sacket, Reuben (1732–1803). Selectman & Member of Committee, Kent, Connecticut, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Reuben T (1778–1823). Captain, Louisiana Militia, War of 1812.
  • Sacket, Reuben T Jr (1822–1864). Private, Louisiana Cavalry Scouts, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sackett, Richard (bet 1741/1750–1799). Lieutenant Colonel, Westchester County Regiment of Militia, American Revolutionary War, Captain, 2nd Midland Regiment, captured by British but later exchanged.
  • Sackett, Richard (1749–1789). Soldier, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Richard (1889–1917). Soldier, First Battalion, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), First World War, killed in action, Third Battle of Ypres.
  • Sackett, Richard Edward (1868–1933). Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, First World War.
  • Sackett, Richard H (1796–1876). Captain, 95th Regiment, Tioga County Militia, Quartermaster & Adjutant.
  • Sackett, Richard Rupert (1896–1916). Private, 6th Battalion, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, First World War, killed in action, Somme, France.
  • Sackett, Robert (1875–). Private, 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars, 1891–1900.
  • Sackett, Robert Bernard (1905–1945). Sapper, Royal Engineers, Second World War, died in service.
  • Sackett, Robert Francis (1842–1864). American Civil War, US Navy, died in service.
  • Sackett, Robert Francis (1843–1862). Soldier, 5th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, American Civil War (Union), died in service.
  • Sackett, Robert John (1880–1944). Private (driver), Northamptonshire Regiment, Middlesex Regiment, Royal Army Service Corps, First World War, France (1915–16 & 1917–18).
  • Sackett, Samuel (Capt. & Deacon) (1703–1781). Captain, Justice of the Peace, of New Haven, Connecticut.
  • Sackett, Samuel (1724–1780). Captain, 4th Regiment, New York Line, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Samuel (1747–1816). Soldier, 6th Dutchess County Regiment, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sacket, Samuel (1750–). American Revolutionary War, 1775.
  • Sacket, Samuel MD (1754–1833). Surgeon, Adj John Minten's 2nd Regiment, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Samuel E (1843–1914). Soldier, 13th Regiment, Indiana Cavalry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Samuel Nelson (1919–2003). Private, US Army, Philippine department, Second World War, 1939–.
  • Sackett, Skene Douglas (1765–1852). Soldier, 2nd Connecticut Regiment, Continental Army, American Revolutionary War, 1780-.
  • Sacket, Solomon (1762–). Soldier, American Revolutionary War, 1781–1781.
  • Sackett, Thomas Alfred (1871–1948). Private, 4th Essex Regiment, 1889–1902, Second Boer War; Royal Garrison Regiment, 1903–1905.
  • Sackett, Timothy Patrick (1893–1957). Driver, Royal Field Artillery, First World War.
  • Sackett, Trelawney L (1842–1924). Private, 37th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sackett, Vincent Edward (1855–1894). Bombardier, Royal Artillery, 1874–1893, incl. India, 1879–1893.
  • Sackett, Vincent Eli John (1884–1958). Bombardier, 34th Battery Royal Field Artillery (in 1911); Dorset Regiment and Indian Army Service Corps, First World War, Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Sackett, Walter (1888–1941). East Kent Regiment, The Buffs, 1905–1906.
  • Sackett, Walter (1889–1961). Corporal, 56th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, First World War, Western Front, France.
  • Sackett, Walter L (1901–1966). 28th Infantry Division, US Army, Second World War, 1942–, Bronze Star Medal.
  • Sackett, Walter Morgan (1885–1975). Major, US Army, 1917–19, First World War, France, 1918–19.
  • Sackett, Walter Stephen (1869–1900). Private, East Kent Regiment, 1888–89.
  • Sackett, Whitman (1839–1908). Sergeant, 17th Connecticut Regiment, American Civil War (Union).
  • Sacket, William (1730–1802). Private, Massachusetts, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, William (1753–1842). Sergeant, 5th Connecticut Regiment, Continental Army, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, William (say 1753–). Soldier, 5th Connecticut Regiment, Continental Army, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, William (1784–1849). Queens County Militia.
  • Sackett, William (1838–1864). Colonel, 9th Regiment, New York Volunteer Cavalry, American Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg, 1863, Brevet Brigadier General, 1864, killed in action, Battle of Trevilian Station, Virginia, 1864.
  • Sackett, William (1883–1966). Soldier, 180th Battalion, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, 1916, First World War.
  • Sackett, William B (c1900–1950). Sergeant, US Army, Medical Department, 1920–1944.
  • Sackett, William Henry MD (1779–1820). Surgeon, Regiment of State Troops, 1810, Hospital Surgeon, 11th Division of Infantry, 1818.
  • Sackett, William Henry (1841–1864). Captain, 3rd & 11th Regiments, Connecticut Infantry, American Civil War (Union), battles of First Bull Run (1861), New Berne, South Mountain, Antietam, and Fredericksburgh (1862), Suffolk (1863), and Cold Harbor and Petersburg (1864), killed in action at Petersburg.
  • Sackett, William James (1884–1964). Private, 18th Light Trench Mortar Battery, Australian Imperial Force, First World War.
  • Sackett, William Milton (1920–2006). US Army, 1939–. Second World War. Battle of the Bulge.
  • Sackett, William N (c1842–1879). Private, 10th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, 1861–; Sergeant, Veteran Reserve Corps, 1865, American Civil war (Union).
  • Sackett, William Neame (1870–1959). Seaman, Royal Navy, 1888–1915 & 1918–1919.
  • Sacket, Zavan (1751–1840). Private, Massachusetts, American Revolutionary War.
  • Sackett, Zelotus (1788–after 1860). Private, Manilus Rifle Battalion, War of 1812.
  • Smith, George C (c1877–1915). Corporal, Australian Imperial Forces, killed in action, Dardanelles, First World War.
  • Sperry, Miles (1778–). Soldier, War of 1812.
  • Timcke, Charles Henry (1894–1916). First World War, died of wounds, France.