- New members 460 Yvonne Gibbons, 461 Anne Kimber, 462 George & Anne Maturi, 463 Amanda Luxton, 464 Brian Attree, 465 Deborah Brien
- Added to Notables John Sackett (1757–1834) was the owner of the hoy Margate which was shipwrecked in 1802 with great loss of life.
- Added to Notables Judge Homer Eddy Sackett (1875–1966) rose from an upbringing in a log house on an impoverished farm to become a Judge of the Superior Court.
- Added Newspaper abstracts (50)
- Added Idaho deaths (16)
- Updated England, Essex, baptisms (added 15: now 64)
Judge Homer Sackett's small-town fame in Gary, Indiana, spread to the English newspapers when they reported an incident in 1946 where "he left the Bench and grappled with the defendant in a divorce case who struck a woman witness. The judge twice threw to the floor the defendant, who was six feet three inches and weighed 175 pounds. Judge Sackett then returned to the Bench and fined him £50 and sentenced him to 90 days for contempt of court." In contrast to this rather macho image, Homer wrote a memoir, at his son's request, which rings with honest simplicity and charming humility.