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Samuel Brackett

Birthplace: Berwick, York, Maine, United States
Death: May 28, 1910 (90)
Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
Place of Burial: Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Samuel Brackett and Joanna Brackett
Husband of Abigail Brackett and Adaline Brackett
Father of Arabella M Clugston; Sarah H Sweeney; Ellen R Brackett; Frances Angelette Falion; Lydia Lorantha Cory and 3 others
Brother of Jane Clements; Susan Brackett; Miles Brackett; John Brackett; William H Brackett and 5 others
Half brother of Jacob Brackett; Asa Brackett; Charles Brackett and Melinda Clements

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About Samuel Brackett

For many years served as Superintendent of Eagle Anvil Works and a prominent member of the Masonic order. He was past member of Trenton Lodge, No.5, F.and A.M., and was recorder of Palestine Commandery. He was also a member of Three Times Three Chapter.

Samuel Brackett was born August 2, 1819. In 1838, he commenced working for a Mr. Fisher, in a tanning mill in the state of Maine, and continued in the employ of members of the Fisher family for nearly sixty years. In the forties he went to Trenton, New Jersey, where he has since continuously resided. The firm of Fisher and Norris engaged in the manufacture of anvils and tools; he worked for the firm as a machinist, and later was employed by the firm as a superintendent of its property. Though he has met with accidents by which he lost some of his toes and fingers, he is spry and active in his old age. For over a quarter of a century he held the office of recorder in Palestine commandery, No. 4, Knights Templars.

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Samuel Brackett's Timeline

August 2, 1819
Berwick, York, Maine, United States
April 29, 1840
Maine, United States
June 28, 1842
Maine, United States
December 12, 1843
February 19, 1846
March 19, 1849
Maine, United States
January 21, 1860
May 11, 1863