Eighth Generation


3639. Aimee (Amy) ACKLEY199 was born on 19 January 1905 in Colorado.1281,1751,1849 She appeared in the census in 1920 in Colorado. listed as Anna A 1920 census She attended School in 1922 at East Denver High School in Denver, Denver, Colorado, United States3007 Aimee appeared in the census in 1930 in California. She was living in 1930 in Oakland, Alameda, California, United States.1281 living with mother 1930 She died in April 1977 at the age of 72 in Mill Valley, Marin, California.199,1751 Aimee had Social Security Number 552-07-5294 CA.1751 census Aimee was a high-spirited independent woman; about 5'-3" tall with blonde hair and china-blue eyes. She played piano and organ by ear, and in her teens began playing for the silent movies at the local theater. She was the life of a lot of parties, and could play any tune and transpose it to whatever key required. There was a lot of singing around the piano when the family got together. After moving to San Francisco, California she worked at several radio stations over the years, including Mel Venter's "Breakfast Gang" on KFRC in the 1950's. She was music librarian for the San Francisco Musician's Union until retirement. She also enjoyed writing poetry and music; she composed and had professional recordings made of "Don't Ever Go Back to Your Old Home Town", and "First Love". She married Max Schradsky, and they had one daughter, Pauline, born December 5, 1931, before they divorced. Aimee raised Pauline on her own, and remarried in later years to Bill Lee (around 1952), and they enjoyed many years together until his death around 1972-1973.

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Aimee (Amy) ACKLEY-1156 and Living had the following children:

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Aimee (Amy) ACKLEY and William "Bill" LEE were married on 15 July 1960 in Santa Clara , California.199,3008 Co # 1924 State 58285
Eileen Patricia Ackley has date as ca 1952 William "Bill" LEE was born about 1900.199,3008 He died about 1973 at the age of 73 in San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States.199