First Generation


1. Abraham S ACKLEY appeared in the census between 1850 and 1860 in New Jersey. He was born about 1804 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.1,2 middle initial may be L He was living in 1850 in North Ward, Camden , New Jersey.2 On 15 August 1850 Abraham was a Merchant in North Ward, Camden , New Jersey.2 On 22 June 1860 he was a Lumber Merchant in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.1 He was living in 1860 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.1 Abraham died before 1870.3

Abraham S ACKLEY and Elizabeth R LUDLAM were married.1,2,4 Elizabeth R LUDLAM was born about 1810 in New Jersey.1,3,5 She was living between 1870 and 1880 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.5 living with daughter Sarah 1880 in Camden, also listed with son Shreve in 1880 in Philadelphia She appeared in the census 1850,1860, 1870 & 1880 in New Jersey. listed twice in 1850 census, once in PA without husband and once in NJ with?

Abraham S ACKLEY-6434 and Elizabeth R LUDLAM-6435 had the following children:

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William H ACKLEY-6436.

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Richard Thomas ACKLEY was born about 1832 in Pennsylvania.1,2,3,6 He appeared in the census between 1850 and 1870 in New Jersey. He was living in 1850 in North Ward, Camden , New Jersey.2 living with parents 1850 census On 15 August 1850 Richard was a Clerk in North Ward, Camden , New Jersey.2 He A trip across the plains in 1858 in 1858 in Sidney, Fremont County, Iowa, to California.6,7 The journal describes an 1858 journey from Sidney, Fremont County, Iowa, to California by way of Nebraska City, the Platte River, Fort Kearney, Fort Laramie, Fort Bridger, Echo Cañon, Salt Lake City; and accounts of his stays in Salt Lake City, Camp Floyd, and
Millersville. Ackley traveled with Thomas A. Atkins, Jim S. Packard, and Oliver Scoggins, who left the party July 20 for the Pikes Peak gold field. Typed transcript of journal available. Withington, M. C. Catalogue of Western Americana Manuscripts 2.
Gift of William Robertson Coe. Across the Plains in 1858. By Richard Ackley of Camden, New Jersey. Born 1832. Died 1881. Utah

RICHARD THOMAS ACKLEY, 1858

August 25, 1858. Several Mormon teams passed us on their way from the valley to Fort Bridger loaded with butter, eggs, cheese, potatoes and so on; merchandise of all kinds brings a good price here; sugar and coffee $1.00 per pound, butter 75c, potatoes $10.00, and flour $12.00 per hundred, eggs 60c per dozen and other things in proportion. He was living in 1870 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey. living with mother 1870 On 6 July 1870 Richard was an a store clerk in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.3 He died about 1881 in Utah.6

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Remington ACKLEY appeared in the census between 1850 and 1860 in New Jersey. He was born about 1833 in Pennsylvania.1,2 He died on 8 March 1862 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.8 Remington appeared in the following News Article from the Philadelphia History, 1609-1884 • 26 • The Civil War about 1862 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey9 -- Remington Ackley and Charles Hamell were killed on the 8th of March by the explosion of a bomb-shell at Parson & Smith's Hotel, Camden, N.J. The shell had been sent North by a member of a New Jersey regiment, who stated that it had been thrown into the camp of the regiment by the rebels on the Potomac, and that the load had been withdrawn. Just before the explosion Mr. Ackley placed a lighted paper in the shell, which burst, killing himself and his companion, and demolishing the walls of the room and the furniture.

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Capt Shreve B ACKLEY-6585.

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Elizabeth Ludlam ACKLEY-6437.

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Sarah N ACKLEY-46623.

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Ellen ACKLEY was born in August 1843 in New Jersey.1,2,3,5,10,11 She was living between 1870 and 1900 in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.3,5,10,12 living with mother 1870
living with sister Sarah N Headly 1880 On 5 June 1880 she was an a store cashier in Camden, Camden , New Jersey.5 In 1890/1 Ellen was a cashier in Philadelphia, Philadelphia , Pennsylvania.12 She lived 407 Penn in Camden, Camden , New Jersey in 1890/1.12 She appeared in the census in 1920 in Pennsylvania. Ellen was living in 1920 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia , Pennsylvania. inmate in intitution 1920 She appeared in the census 1850, 1860,1870, 1880 & 1900 in New Jersey.