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Sackett Family Association website updated
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Fwd: Still cleaning.
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Harriet "Hattie" Brown (TSFA 30403) & parents
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Larry Ray Sackett (#13194) Obituary
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Parents of Barbara Jane Eklund (#35431 )
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Notable Sacketts: Dr David Sackett (1934-2015) obituary
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Earl L. H. Sackett (1912-1997) ; TSFA #35428
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Re: [SACKETT] Correction of Hannah Sackett record - 1855 New York Census
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New officers on Committee
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Re: [SACKETT] Correction of Hannah Sackett record - 1855 New York Census
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Correction of Hannah Sackett record - 1855 New York Census
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Richardine Sackett
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TSFA Committee elections
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Re: [SACKETT] Cornelius L. Bailey (1848-1863)
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Baley Family
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Vincent William Miles (TSFA #16449)
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Cornelius L. Bailey (1848-1863)
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Lewis R. Perkins, spouse of Mary Celestia Hoard (#22697)
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