- Connecticut Courant, Hartford, CT, 20 August 1816
"Died—At Tallmadge (Ohio) on the 4th of June last, Mrs. Cynthia Sackett, aged 18 years, wife of Mr. Clark Sackett, formerly of this state."
- Connecticut Courant, Hartford, CT, 17 April 1821
"Died—At Middletown, Mr. Erastus Sackett, aged 28, a native of Norwich, (Ms)"
- Connecticut Courant, Hartford, CT, 18 December 1826
"Died—At North Haven, Mr. Eli Sackett, 84."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 23 January 1845
"Marriage—At Ellington, by Rev. Diodate Brockway, Mr. Seth E. Sackett, of Springfield, Mass., and Miss Roxa A. Chapman."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 23 May 1849
"Deaths—At Milford, Mr. Jonathan Sackett, aged 88—a revolutionary soldier."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 25 October 1849
"Marriage—In this town, on Tuesday morning, 23d inst., by Rev. [?], C.R.Sackett, Esq., of Candor, Tioga county, N.Y. and Miss Mary T. Gilbert, daughter of Mr. Nathan Gilbert, of this town."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 9 January 1855
"Marriages—In Westfield, Jan. 3d. John L. Cooke of Hartford, and Ann F., daughter of Martin Sackett."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 12 May 1860
"Deaths—In this city, May 11, Emily C., daughter of Edward and Mary C. Sackett. Æ 2 years. (Funeral will take place at 59 Ferry st. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Times please copy.)"
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 4 October 1860
"Marriages—In Jacksonville, Ill., Sept. 24, by the Rev. Charles Marshal, Mr. Chas. S. Daniels, of Memphis, Tenn., and Miss Sarah J. Sackett, formerly of this city."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 4 September 1863
"Marriages—In Portsmouth, Va., Aug. 26, Capt William Sackett of the 11th Conn. Vols, and Miss Annie Summers of Portsmouth. The Portsmouth "Old Dominion" speaks of Miss Summers as being beautiful, and the bridal presents singularly rare and superb."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 12 July 1875
"Births. Sackett—In Suffield, July 8, a daughter to Horace D. and Ellen M. Sackett."
[Mary M Sackett]
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 15 May 1878
"Deaths. Sackett—In Stamford, May 5, James H. Sackett, aged 60 years."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 2 June 1881
"Marriages. Abbey—Sackett—In Chester, May 18, Edson J. Abbey and Miss Carrie E., eldest daughter of Dr. C.A. Sackett, all of Chester."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 1 June 1883
"Deaths. Sackett—In this city, May 20, Edward Sackett, aged 65 years, 6 months and 23 days. Notice of funeral hereafter. Springfield and Western papers please copy."
- Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, CT, 25 October 1884
"Deaths. Sackett—In West Winsted, Oct 21, Kate Louise, daughter of P.B. Rockwell, and wife of Grove Sackett of Chicago, Ills."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 4 May 1894
"An Old Printer.
Death of Frank Sackett at the Hospital.
Francis W. Sackett, an old compositor, who for thirty years, until about two years ago, worked at the case in the book department of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, died at the hospital yesterday of diabetes. For some time past until about two weeks ago, he had been an inmate of the town house.
Sackett was considered one of the best book compositors who ever worked for the company. His work was reliable and his proofs always clean. He had a good bass voice and many years ago was a member of the chorus choir at the Pearl Street Church. He was born in Lancaster, Mass., was 60 years old and was never married.
Mr. Sackett's step-brother, C.C. Sackett of Middletown, will come up to-day and take charge of the body."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 24 September 1917
Funeral of G.E. Sackett Tomorrow.
The funeral of George E. Sackett, 63 years old, of Canterbury, formerly of Hartford, who died Saturday at the Hartford Hospital, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the undertaking rooms of Taylor & Modeen, No. 205 Main street. The burial will be in Zion Hill Cemetery. Mr. Sackett leaves his wife and a son, Fred Sackett, in Canterbury; another son, Leslie Sackett, in New York; two daughters, Mrs. L. Hansen and Mrs. Mabel Nelson, both of Hartford; and a sister, Mrs. August Church of Chester, N.Y."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 23 December 1917
Miss F. Adelaide Sackett, 85 years old, died yesterday in this city after a long illness. She was a native of Hartford and was a daughter of Loren Sackett and Frances (Smith) Sackett. For thirty-three years she was employed at the office of the Hartford Street Railway Company, resigning as chief receiving clerk at the age of 73. Previous to her connection with the company she was employed in the actuarial department of the state insurance commissioner, having been appointed by Commssioner George S. Miller.
Miss Sackett was one of the leading members of the Women's Relief Corps of the state and at one time held the office of department treasurer. She was one of the charter members of Robert O. Tyler, W.R.C. and was formerly president of the Eleventh Regiment Veteran Association. She leaves two brothers, Joseph P. Sackett of Licking, Mo., and William L. Sackett of Morris, Ill."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 25 December 1917
"Deaths. / Sackett—In this city, December 22, 1917, Miss F. Adelaide Sackett, aged 85 years. / Services this (Tuesday) morning at 10 o'clock from No. 227 Vine street."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 18 June 1924
"Obituary. / The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Reizer of No. 134 Park terrace, was held yesterday at her home, with services at the Sacred Heart Church. Rev. Anthony M. Kaicher was celebrant of the requiem high mass. The bearers were Conrad Butz, Anton Klein, John Kraus, Joseph Sackett, Peter Strunph and Lawrence Gardner. The burial was in Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 29 September 1927
"Obituary. / The funeral of Mrs. Bridget Carey, wife of Cornelius D. Carey, was held Wednesday morning at her home, 98 Homestead Avenue, with solemn requiem mass at St. Joseph's Cathedral. … The bearers were … and William L Sackett. …"
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 20 June 1928
"Deaths. / Sackett—In Poquonock, Conn., June 10, 1928, Margaret, widow of William N. Sackett, aged 79 years. Funeral from Elm Grove Chapel Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, D.S.T."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 24 October 1933
Winsted, Oct. 23.—(AP.)—Frank Sackett, retired banker and business man, and son of Solomon Sackett, an early settler of Colebrook, died today in the Litchfield County Hospital. He was 72 years old.
He was a former director of the Gilbert Clock Company, First National Bank of Winsted, Winsted Gas Company and Citizen Printing Company. He retired several years ago because of his health.
He leaves his wife, Belle H. Sackett, a son George S. Sackett of New Rochelle, N.Y., and a granddaughter.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church of which Mr. Sackett was for many years financial secretary and trustee. Rev. Andrew F. Chamberlain will officiate. Burial will be in Colebrook Center Cemetery."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 19 October 1935
"Charles A. Sackett.
West Cornwall, Oct. 18.—(AP.)—Charles A. Sackett, 71, vice-president of the Chase national Bank, New York, died at his summer home here today after two weeks illness. He had been suffering from heart trouble.
He leaves his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Sureda of West Cornwall and Mrs. Beatrice Hodgman of Bronxville, N.Y."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 18 November 1938
"Marriage Licenses. / Malcolm I. Shelley, cafeteria work, East Hartford, and Elizabeth Kline Sackett O'Connor, housework, 63 Center Street."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 5 May 1939
"Albert H. Sackett.
Longmeadow, Mass., May 4.—(AP.)—Word was received tonight that Albert Henderson Sackett, 78, retired actor and father of the radio and stage star, Julia Sanderson, died today in New York City, where he was being treated for an illness. In recent years he made his home here with his daughter and her husband, Frank Crumit.
A native of Northampton, Sackett made his first stage appearance with James O'Neill, father of playwright Eugene O'Neill. He was in the original company of "Brewster's Millions" and also played in "Katinka," "Somebody's Sweetheart," "Misleading Lady," and other favorites. He retired 12 years ago.
Private funeral services will be held Sunday at Springfield where he will be buried."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 19 May 1941
"F.M.Sackett Ex-Kentucky Senator Dies
Louisville Lawyer and Business Man Served as Ambassador to Germany 1929 to 1933
Baltimore, May 18.—(AP.)—Frederick M. Sackett, 72, former United States Senator of Kentucky and ex-ambassador to Germany, died suddenly in a Baltimore hotel at 9:30 a.m. today.
The senator was in Baltimore with his wife who is convalescing from a recent eye operation. He attended the annual meeting of the Association of Harvard Clubs.
Senator Sackett was appointed by former President Hoover in December 1929, to succeed Dr. Jacob Gould Schurman as American ambassador to Germany. He relinquished the post in 1933.
Senator Sackett was born in Providence, R.I., December 17, 1868, received a bachelor's degree from Brown University in 1890 and three years later his law degree from Harvard.
After Harvard, he ppracticed law at Columbus and Cincinnati, went to Louisville in 1898. There he married Miss Olive Speed, member of one of Kentucky's wealthiest families.
He continued as lawyer until 1907 when he virtually abandoned legal pursuits in favor of coal, public utilities, banking, real estate and cememnt interests.
Resigned From Senate.
Always connected with civic affairs, the senator served as Federal food administrator for Kentucky and as directorof the Louisville branch of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank.
In 1924 he received Kentucky's Republican nomination for senator and defeated Senator A.O. Stanley who sought reelection.
He resigned the Senate in 1930 to accept President Hoover's appointment as ambassador to Germany. A few months after the Reichstag fire in 1933, he resigned his post, returned to the United States and seldom spoke of the genesis of the Nazi rise to power, despite the many interviews sought of him on that subject.
Senator Sackett figured in the news again a year later when his wife's niece, Mrs. Berry V. Stoll, was kidnapped. With her abductor asking for a $50,000 ransom, one of the largest manhunts in Kentucky was launched, with county, state and Federal officers participating.
The ransom was paid to the kidnapper and later Mrs. Stoll was found unharmed in an Indianapolis apartment house.
A short time later, Thomas H. Robinson of Nashville, Tenn., was captured at Glendale, Calif., and sentenced to life imprisonment for the kidnapping.
Since then, Sackett has remained in the background, tending to his Louisville business interests."
- The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, 27 November 1942
"Holland Sackett Duell.
Larchmont, N.Y., Nov. 26.—(AP.)—Lieutenant Colonel Holland Sackett Duell, 61, lawyer and holder of a World War I Distinguished Service Cross, died yesterday.
Born in Syracuse, N.Y., he attended Yale and New York Law School. Until his partial retirement a few years ago he specialized in patent cases.
In the first World War he served with the Three Hundred and Sixth Field Artilllery, Seventy-seventh division, winning the Distinguished Service Medal, and the Croix de Guerre in addition to the DSC.
A former New York state assemblyman and senator, he leaves his wife, three sons and two daughters."
"Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851–2003." Digital image. Ancestry.com. (http://search.ancestry.co.uk). (Researched by Chris Sackett).