Eighth Generation


4489. Howard Allen ACKLEY was born on 13 November 1900 in Cutler, Washington, Maine, United States.663,1323,1345,1352,1357,2279 He was living between 1930 and 1940 in Whiting, Washington, Maine, United States.1352 On 21 April 1930–24 April 1940 he was a Lobster Fisherman in Whiting, Washington, Maine, United States.1352,2279 Howard was buried in December 1959 in Ramsdell Private Cem., Whiting, Washington , Maine.663 He died on 26 December 1959 at the age of 59 in Bangor, Penobscot, Maine, United States.663,2364 He appeared in the census 1910, 1920, 1930 & 1940 in Maine. Ethel S & Howard were never married

Ethel Sophia HUNTLEY, daughter of James Bucanan HUNTLEY and Lydia Ann (Annie) ACKLEY, was born on 25 September 1889 in Cutler, Washington, Maine, United States. She appeared in the census in 1940 in Maine. She was living in 1940 in Cutler, Washington, Maine, United States. On 14 May 1940 Ethel was an a private practicle nurse in Cutler, Washington, Maine, United States. She died on 5 May 1985 at the age of 95 in Milbridge, Washington , Maine. She was buried in Bay View /New Cutler Cemetery, North Cutler, Washington, Maine, United States.

Howard Allen ACKLEY-4092 and Ethel Sophia HUNTLEY-17901 had the following children:

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Christine M ACKLEY-4995.

Howard Allen ACKLEY and Eunice Belle RAMSDELL were married on 27 June 1926 in Maine.663,1352,2278,2279 Eunice Belle RAMSDELL, daughter of Nathaniel J RAMSDELL and Tina C HOLMES, was born on 1 December 1908 in Whiting, Washington, Maine, United States.663,1323,1352,2279 She appeared in the census between 1910 and 1940 in Maine. She died she was murdered by Albert Richardson on 5 January 1960 at the age of 51 in Whiting, Washington, Maine, United States.663,2280 Eunice appeared in the following News Article from the Chronicle Telegram on 5 January 1960 in Elyria, Lorain , Ohio WOMAN AND 2 MEN FATALLY SHOT IN MAINE

Whiting, Maine (UPI)- Two men and a woman were shot to death today in what authorities called a double murder and a suicide in this tiny Washington County town.
The sheriff's department at Machias identified the dead as Albert Richardson, 74, Aubrey Ackley, 45, and Mrs Eunice Ackley, 52, whose husband Howard died about one week ago.
Authorities were not sure immediately what relation Mrs Ackley was to Aubrey Ackley.
A neighbor reported the deaths to the sheriffs's department at Machias. No other details were available immediately. She appeared in the following News Article from the Chronicle Telegram on 6 January 1960 in Elyria, Lorain , Ohio DOWN EAST TRAGEDY LINKED TO LONELINESS

WHITING, Maine (UPI)- "Down Easters," as they call rural Maine folk, aren't much for small talk of show. A "yup" or a "nope" can answer most any question put to them by outsiders.
Down Easters aren't ones to display their emotions on their sleeves either. But it's usually there, hidden beneath a leathery New England reserve.
Albert Richardson was like that. Spare, slightly bent from years of digging clams and quahaugs (chowder clams) where the Atlantic Ocean rippled up to this northeastern Maine hamlet- 10 miles from the Canadian border- the 74-year-old Richardson wasn't a talkative person.
He had led a lonely, solitary life. He had few close friends.
One of them was Howard Ackley, with whom he had boarded for seven years. Ackley died eight days ago after a brief illness. Richardson said little at the time, but felt as though he had lost a part of his life.
Richardson was waiting Tuesday at Ackley's widow's house for her brother-in-law to drive him clam digging. The brother-in-law Aubrey Ackley, 45, was late. Richardson began to fidget. Then things seemed to press in on him. Still no ride. Howard Ackley wouldn't have been so late, Richardson may have thought to himself.
Finally, Aubrey appeared, but by then it was to late. Normally quiet Albert Richardson was blind with rage. He grabbed a .45 caliber automatic pistol and a 30-30 rifle and started shooting.
" Richardson had been very upset since Howard Ackley died" said Sheriff Raymond J Tracey later. " When Aubrey failed to pick him up at the time he promised, the old man just blew up…"
A few minutes later, Mrs. Eunice Ackley, 52 and Aubrey Ackley lay dead from Richardson's barrage. A few yards away in a woodshed, was Richardson's body with a self-inflicted rifle shot in his head. She was buried in January 1960 in Ramsdell Private Cem., Whiting, Washington , Maine. Eunice has Death Cert # 60008612280 Raised Jonnie Richardson, Joan Ackley, Georgia Ackley
Murdered by Albert Richardson

Howard Allen ACKLEY-4092 and Eunice Belle RAMSDELL-4093 had the following children:

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