With your connections to the SACKETT surname, you should consider
joining the free SACKETT-L Mailing List as well as our newly formed TSFA
(more on it later). You will find instructions on how to join this free
mailing list at:
To avoid spam, the list has to be blocked. Hence, you must be a member
before you may post to the list. If you have any problem joining,
please do not hesitate to contact me as List Admin.
Please consider this also as an invitation for you to join The Sackett
Family Association (TSFA). A group of subscribers created TSFA in the
past couple of years. Currently there are no dues associated with TSFA.
To join TSFA, simply send an email to Tom Smith at: tsmith26(a)comcast.net
More information about TSFA is on the SACKETT-L web site listed above.
Again, let me know if you have any problems subscribing or if you just
have questions about either TSFA or SACKETT-L.
Nancy Cluff Siders
List Admin for:
CLUFF-L, COUNTRYMAN-L, LETSON-L, MCKAY-ELKENNY-L, SACKETT-L, SIDERS-L
To forget one's ancestor is to be a brook without a source, A tree
without a root. ~Chinese proverb
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Sent: Monday, November 22, 2004 11:03 PM
Subject: [SACKETT-L] Belgium Sackett
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Surnames: Bennett, Clarambeau, Sackett
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Message Board Post:
I am looking for information on a Mary Sackett who was married to August
Clarambeau. According to 1880 Census they were born in Belgium and
eventually settled in South Dakota. Mary was born around 1857.
In the 1895 South Dakota Census they were located in Richland, Beadle
They had the following children:
Victor b. 25 May 1874 m. Lila Bennett
Josephine b. Nov 1879
John b. 1 Sep 1886
Charles b. 3 Mar 1896
I would appreciate any information on Mary Sackett. Thanks.
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