1226. 05 August 1862 as a PvtPvt Andrew Thomas ACKLEY Enlisted Company B, 103d Regiment in Albion, Oswego, New York, United States580,581,583,1254 age at enlistment 28 He was born in June 1832 in Altmar, Oswego, New York, United States.5,502,503,587,610 On 22 June 1860 he was a Farmer in Oswego, New York, United States.502 Andrew was living in 1860 in Oswego, New York, United States.502 He was dicharged from the military on 6 February 1864 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States580,581,583,1254 disability discharge from Marine Hospital On 30 June 1870 he was an a farmer in Albion, Oswego, New York, United States.503 Andrew received a military pension on 14 August 1879 in for service during the Civil War in the New York Infantry, Regiment: 110, Company: B580,581,583 On 12 June 1880 he was a Shingle Sawyer in Sand Bank, Oswego , New York.610 He was living in 1880 in Sand Bank, Oswego , New York.610 Andrew died on 3 January 1917 at the age of 84 in Baldwinsville, Onondaga, New York.580,581,583 He appeared in the census 1850, 1860,1870, 1880 and 1900 in New York, United States. 1880 census lists as Thomas He served in the military Civil War in B Co. 110th Inf Reg. NY.580,581,583,1255 MUSTER-IN ROLL of CAPTAIN VINCENT LiGARRETT'S Company (B), in the 110th Regiment of New York State Volunteers, cornmanded by COLONEL DEWITT C. LITTLEJOHN, called into the service of the United States by the President thereof, from the twentyi fifth day of August, 1862 (date of this muster), for the term of three years or during the war, unless sooner discharged
Pvt Andrew Thomas ACKLEY and Mary Jane STILLWELL were married on 17 March 1858 in Albion, Oswego, New York, United States.5,502,503,587,610,611 Mary Jane STILLWELL, daughter of Esther STILWELL, was born in May 1840 in Otsego, New York, United States.502,503,587,610,611,839,1256 On 19 April 1910 she was an a servant in Van Buren, Onondaga, New York.611 She was living in 1910 in Van Buren, Onondaga, New York.611 Mary received a military pension on 31 January 1917 in for her husbands service during the Civil War in the New York Infantry, Regiment: 110, Company: B580,581,583 based on husbands civil war service She died on 8 December 1918 at the age of 78 in Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, United States.839,1256 Her Obituary appeared in the Syracuse Herald on 9 December 1918 in Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, United States Mrs Jane Ackley
Mrs Jane Ackley, 78, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Frank Lester, No. 139 Furman street, whom she came to visit a month ago from Altmar. Besides Mrs Lester, she leaves one brother, A E Stillwell of Washington D C. The funeral will be held at the home of Mrs Lester's Tuesday at 11 A M . The Rev. Dr. H. H Downey will officiate. Schuyler & Schwartz, undertakers will send the body to Richland for burial. Her Obituary appeared in the The Sandy Creek News on 12 December 1918 Mrs. Mary Jane Ackley, widow of Thomas Ackley, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Lester, in Syracuse, Sunday. The remains were
Mrs. Ackley was one of the friendly mothers of the Seamans district and the latch-string was always on the outside of her door. She lived to bury two
Julian Ackley, her grandson, with whom she made her home when in Seamans district is son of her son, Ernest.
Mrs. Ackley was born in Otsego county seventy-eiggt years ago. She was one of a family of eleven children, all of whom have gone except the brother, Eugene, who came from Washington to attend the funeral.
Her parents came to the town of Albion when she was a young girl and she had spent her whole life in the neighborhood of the Seamans school house. She was carried to her last resting place by Messrs. Jefferson and Albert Seamans, Samuel Mattison and John Ellis. Burial was made in the
Pvt Andrew Thomas ACKLEY-5682 and Mary Jane STILLWELL-5683 had the following children: