Seventh Generation


2278. Charles T ACKLEY was born on 14 September 1838 in New York, United States.5,40,395,502,503,610 On 28 August 1860 he was a Marble Manufacturer in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.502 In 1870 he was a Stone Cutter in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.503 Marriage announcement for In Peru, Nov. 13, 1872, at the residence of the bride's other, by Rev J W Thompson, Mr. CHARLES T ACKLEY, and Miss THERESA B ARNOLD, all of Peru On 11 June 1880 Charles was an a marble worker in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.610 He died of drowning on 12 August 1882 at the age of 43 in Ausable Chasm, Clinton, New York, United States.40,587,2001,2002,2003 His Death Notice appeared in the The Plattsburgh Sentinel in August 1882 in Plattsburgh, Clinton, New York, United States DEATHS
Drowned, at Ausable Chasm, Aug. 12, 1882 Mr.
CHARLES T. ACKLEY, of Peru, aged 44 years.
He appeared in the following News Article from the The Plattsburgh Sentinel on 18 August 1882 in Plattsburgh, Clinton, New York, United States
Sad Drowning Accident at Ausable Chasm

C. T. Ackley, a well known and very estimable citizen of Peru, and a brother-inlaw of Mr. E. S. Arnold, was drowned at Ausable Chasm last Saturday afternoon. A party of relatives, including Mr. and Mrs. Ackley and daughter, Mrs. Arnold, (mother of Mrs. Ackley,) J. E. Arnold and daughter, who are on a visit from the West, John Arnold and family, E. S. Arnold, Miss Sarah Arnold, and possibly others, had enjoyed a picnic at Baggs' butternut grove. After dinner they visited Ausable Chasm, Mrs. Ackley and her mother returning to Peru. The remainder of the party made a tour of the Chasm, with the exception of Mr. Ackley with his little daughter Mary, eight years of age, who drove down the east side to wait for their arrival at the foot of the Chasm. The party expected to be about two hours going through. At 4:45, Mr. Ackley, perhaps becoming little uneasy, or fearful u) for their safety, took his little daughter, and proceeded along the river in the direction from which they were coming. Reaching a shelving rock which projects over the stream, he told his daughter to remain where she was, while he climbed on this rock, to get a better view up the river. In making this attempt, he slipped and fell into the water, a distance of about six feet. The river at this point is narrow, and fifteen or more feet deep. Mr. Ackley could not swim. He rose to the surface but once. The boat was not many rods above, and the guide, caught a glimpse of him as he came to the surface, while the party heard the terrified screams of the child. A stranger, said to be one of the stage drivers, attracted by the child's screams, hastened to the spot, and tried to reach a pole to him as he was struggling in the water, but the distance was too great. When the party in the boat arrived, they were powerless to save. None of the men were accustomed to diving, and what seems a little strange not a man could be found around the Chasm or the Lake View House who could dive. It was 6:15 before the body was rescued, it being brought to the surface by means of grappling hooks. Mr. Ackley was about forty-five years of age, and was generally known in connection with the marble manufacturing business, in which he had long been engaged. He had a host of friends, and we think few if any enemies. The funeral was held at Peru village Tuesday, and was very largely attended. Business was suspended in the village during
the services. Charles appeared in the following News Article from the The Plattsburgh Sentinel on 3 August 1883 in Plattsburgh, Clinton, New York, United States He appeared in the census 1850, 1860, 1870 & 1880 in New York, United States. He was living 1860, 1870 & 1880 in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.503,610 living with parents in 1860 & 1870 Charles was buried in Gods Acre Cemetery, Peru, Clinton , New York.40

Charles T ACKLEY and Theresa Button ARNOLD were married on 13 November 1872.5,610,2001,2003 Theresa Button ARNOLD, daughter of John Fletcher ARNOLD and Theresa BUTTON, was born on 17 July 1845 in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.40,587,610,1126,1238,1664,2001,2003 She died on 10 April 1943 at the age of 97 in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.40,1126 She appeared in the census 1880, 1900, 1920, 1930 & 1940 in New York, United States. Theresa was living 1900 & 1920, 1930 & 1940 in Peru, Clinton, New York, United States.587,1238,1664 living with son Horace in 1920 1930 1940 She was buried in Gods Acre Cemetery, Peru, Clinton , New York.40

Charles T ACKLEY-5314 and Theresa Button ARNOLD-5738 had the following children:

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Mary Jane ACKLEY-5739.

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Horace Charles ACKLEY-5740.