Seventh Generation


2003. John Frank ACKLEY was born on 27 April 1871 in Oak Hill, Clay , Kansas.199,582,995,997,1848 Eileen Patricia Ackley has name as James Frank Ackley He appeared in the census in 1880 in Kansas. He appeared in the census in 1885 in Colorado. On 31 January 1920 John was a Miner in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States.995 He appeared in the census in 1920 in Nevada. He was living in 1920 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States. living with father 1920 John was living in November 1922 in Wells, Elko, Nevada.1631 also listed as living in Wadsworth, Washoe, Nevada He appeared in the following News Article from the Nevada State Journal on 18 November 1922 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States Mrs Frank Ackley of Wells, is at the Golden Hotel while on a short trip to Reno. He appeared in the following News Article from the Reno Evening Gazette on 18 January 1927 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States ACKLEY IS NAMED CONSTABLE AT WADSWORTH

Judge G A Ballard today signed the decree deciding the election contest for the Wadsworth constableship in favor of Frank Ackley, and County Clerk Beemer also issued the certificate of election to Ackley.
Under this ruling Ackley will immediately assume the office of constable. Ackley contested the election of George Dallimore, who in the original count received one more vote than Ackley and J Sheehan and the latter intervened the contest, the recount giving Ackley the office by one vote. John purchased land on 19 January 1933 in Washoe , Nevada423 He died on 22 October 1934 at the age of 63 in Wadsworth, Washoe, Nevada.1631,1848 He appeared in the following News Article from the Reno Evening Gazette on 22 October 1934 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States WADSWORTH MAN KILLED WHEN CAR HITS TRAIN

Frank Ackley, former constable at Wadsworth, and a brother of Gar Ackley of Reno, was fatally injured when his automobile collided with a train at Wadsworth this morning. The accident occurred at ten o'clock, and Ackley died half an hour later.
A native of Kansas, he was about sixty years old. He came to Nevada twenty-five years ago, and for many years has been engaged in mining operations around the old railroad town and in the Olinghouse district. For two years he was a sergeant of the night guard at the Nevada prison, and also served as constable at Wadsworth.
Surviving are his brother, Gar Ackley, Reno barber; two sisters, Minnie McArthur of Wadsworth, and Sophie Emmerson of Ohio. He was the uncle of Marjorie McArthur of Carson and Frank Gladwin of San Francisco.
Funeral arrangements have not been made yet. The body is at the O'Brien & Nugent mortuary in Reno. John was buried in Wadsworth South Fraternal, Cemetery, Wadsworth, Washoe, Nevada, United States.1848

Living (private).