Seventh Generation


2449. Alice Manervia ACKLEY was born on 24 February 1847 in East Hamilton, Madison, New York, United States.8,40,395 She died on 5 May 1922 at the age of 75.8,40,2100 She appeared in the census 1850, 1855, 1870 & 1875 in New York, United States. Alice was buried in Oneida Community Cemetery, Kenwood, Madison, New York.40

Victor Cragin NOYES, son of John Humphrey NOYES and Mary Elizabeth JOHNSON, was born on 6 September 1847 in Putney, Windham, Vermont.8 He died circa 1926 at the age of 79 in Utica, Oneida, New York, United States.8 *Alice and Victors union, though not recognized by the state was perfectly
acceptable within the "Oneida Community"

Alice Manervia ACKLEY-2685 and Victor Cragin NOYES-2686 had the following children:

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Corinna Ackley NOYES was born in 1872. She died in 1968 at the age of 96.

Alice Manervia ACKLEY and Martin Ellsworth KINSLEY were married on 3 October 1880 in Fletcher, Franklin , Vermont.5,40,2101 Martin Ellsworth KINSLEY, son of Albert KINSLEY and Maria Mary AYLSWORTH, was born on 6 August 1834.40,2101 He died about 1908 at the age of 74.40 He was buried in Oneida Community Cemetery, Kenwood, Madison, New York.40

Alice Manervia ACKLEY-2685 and Martin Ellsworth KINSLEY-2687 had the following children:

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Corinna Ackley KINSLEY-45891.

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Margaret E KINSLEY was born on 3 November 1875 in New York, United States.27,2102 She died on 12 November 1963 at the age of 88 in Oneida, Madison, New York, United States.2102 Her Obituary appeared in the Post Standard on 14 November 1963 in Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, United States MISS KINSLEY,88, DIES; PROMOTED AREA SILVERWORK

ONEIDA-Miss Margaret E. Kinsley, 88, of Mansion House in the Kenwood District of Oneida, died Tuesday night in Main Street Hospital. Miss Kinsley, the sister of Mrs. Pierrepont B. Noyes. was active as a young woman in the campaign waged by her father, Martin Kinsley, and the late Mr. Noyes in establishing Oneida community in the silverware industry. The young generation was able to persuade the stockholders of Oneida Community to begin silverware manufacturing, Oneida Community became one of the biggest manufacturers in the country. It replaced canning trap manufacturing and silk wholesaling. Miss Kinsley was born Nov. 3, 1875, the daughter of Martin and Alice Ackley Kinsley, She took an active interest in her later years in the Old Ladies Home at Vernon Center, Maple Park. She was employed for many years in the sales office of Oneida Ltd. her parents were among the founders of the Oneida Community project that moved here in 1848 from Vermont. John Noyes was the founder. Miss Kinsley was a member of Plymouth Congregational Church and active in several charitable health groups. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Gorinna Noyes of Kenwood, and several nieces and nephews, Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Mansion House, Kenwood, the Rev. Stephen M. Kelker officiating. Cremation will follow. There will be no calling hours. Craig W. Crowell Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

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Albert Bob KINSLEY was born about 1877 in New York, United States.27

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Martin Ellsworth KINSLEY Jr-2691.

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Alice Iona KINSLEY was born about 1885 in New York, United States.27 She died about 1962 at the age of 77.

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Reginald KINSLEY was born about 1889 in New York, United States.27,40 He died about 1889 at the age of 0.40 He was buried in Oneida Community Cemetery, Kenwood, Madison, New York.