1863. John Stevenson ACKLEY was born on 28 October 1835 in Licking, Ohio, United States.382,780,782,783,887,1758 He was living between 1870 and 1900 in Clay, Knox , Ohio.780 From 1 July 1870 to 19 June 1880 he was an a farmer in Clay, Knox , Ohio.782,783 John died of heart disease on 3 April 1902 at the age of 66 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.887,1758 He was buried on 5 April 1902 in Martinsburgh Presbytrain Cemetery, Clay, Knox, Ohio, United States.229,887,1758 His Obituary appeared in the The Newark Advocate on 9 April 1902 in Newark, Licking, Ohio, United States Martinsburg... Mr. John Ackley, an old and respected citizen, did at his home three miles south of town April 3 after an illness of a few days. Death was due to heart failure. A son and two daughters survive. The funeral took place Saturday with interment in Martinsburg Presbyterian Cemetery.
Published: The Newark Advocate (Newark, Ohio) Wednesday, April 9, 1902
Former Licking COunty Man Dies, A Short Sketch Of His Life (Mount Vernon Banner)
After an illness of less than a week's duration, John Stevenson Ackley, died at his home near Martinsburg April 3. Deceased was the only child of Philetus & Margaret Ackley. Mr. Ackley was born Oct.28,1835 in Licking county near Newark O., aged 66 yrs 5m & 5 ds. In 1862 he was married to Martha E Woodruff, a native of Knox county, and from that union five children were born, three of whom survive, Olive, Solon B & Cora Ackley.
The deceased was an industrious and upright citizen, and by honest toil accumulated quite a fortune. He was of Scotch-Irish stock. In his dealings with his fellow men, he was the soul of honor. In politics he was a democrat, never waivering in his fealty to the party and always sustained it's principals to the best of his ability. The funeral was held at the Presbyterian Church at Martinsburg. The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Fields of Martinsburg.
Published: The Newark Advocate (Newark, Ohio) Wednesday April 9,1902
He appeared in the census 1850,1870, 1880 & 1900 in Ohio. John served in the military Civil War.904
John Stevenson ACKLEY and Martha Ellen WOODRUFF were married on 2 January 1862 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.782,783,887,1759,1760 Martha Ellen WOODRUFF, daughter of Joshua WOODRUFF and Pricilla DAVIS, was born on 22 March 1837 in Knox , Illinois.782,783,887,1760 She appeared in the census between 1870 and 1880 in Ohio. She died on 19 September 1897 at the age of 60 in Knox, Ohio, United States.887,1760 Martha was buried in Martinsburgh Presbytrain Cemetery, Clay, Knox, Ohio, United States.229,887,1760,1761
John Stevenson ACKLEY-788 and Martha Ellen WOODRUFF-789 had the following children:
|Eva ACKLEY died at birth.24|
|Olive Ada (Ollie) ACKLEY-790.|
|Loucille ACKLEY was born on 7 January 1869 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.782,783,887,1762 She appeared in the census between 1870 and 1880 in Ohio. She died on 24 April 1888 at the age of 19 in Knox, Ohio, United States.887,1762 Loucille was buried in Martinsburgh Presbytrain Cemetery, Clay, Knox, Ohio, United States.1762 never married|
|Solon Benjamin ACKLEY was born on 29 August 1873 in Clay, Knox , Ohio.4,27,780,782,887,981,982,1344,1751 draft registration puts birth day as 30 Aug He was living in 1910 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.981 On 16 January 1920 he was a Farmer in Clay, Knox , Ohio.982 Solon was living in 1920 in Clay, Knox , Ohio.982 He died on 25 September 1967 at the age of 94 in Mount Vernon, Knox , Ohio.887,986,1751 never married He appeared in the census 1880, 1900, 1910 & 1920 in Ohio. Solon had Social Security Number 289-48-1209 OH.1751 He has Death Cert # 77086 He registered for the draft in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States1344 Solon was buried in Martinsburgh Presbytrain Cemetery, Clay, Knox, Ohio, United States.887,1763 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Article]1761 SOLON B. ACKLEY.|
One of the progressive young agriculturists of southeastern Knox county is Solon B. Ackley. Without much outside assistance, the success he has achieved is due largely to his own efforts. Strong determination, persistence in the pursuit of an honorable purpose, unflagging energy and keen discrimination—these are the salient features in his career and his life stands in unmistakable evidence that success is not a matter of genius, as held by some, but is the outcome of earnest and well directed effort.
Mr. Ackley was born on August 30, 1873, on a farm in Clay township, Knox county. He is the son of John and Martha (Woodruff) Ackley. The father was born on a farm in Licking county and the mother in Knox county. Grandfather Philetus Ackley came to Knox county from Licking county in an early day and settled in Clay township in 1840 and here he developed a good farm. The father of the subject also spent his life engaged in agricultural pursuits and he became a large landowner and one of the influential men of his community. Politically, he was a Democrat, but he was not a man who sought the emoluments of public positions, preferring to lead a home life. His death occurred on April 3, 1902, his wife having preceded him to the silent land on September 19, 1891. Both are buried in the Presbyterian cemetery at Martinsburg.
Five children were born to Mr. and Mrs. John Ackley. namely; Eva, deceased; Olive married Frank Penn, of Clay township; Lucilla, deceased; Solon B., of this review; Cora is single and is living with the subject.
Solon B. Ackley was reared on the home farm, where he worked during his boyhood days, and he received his education in the country district schools and the schools of Martinsburg. He has remained unmarried and has always devoted his attention to agricultural pursuits. He has an excellent farm of one hundred and sixty acres, which he has brought up to a high state of improvement and cultivation and on which he is successfully engaged in general farming and stock raising. Nature has signally favored him in that there are six producing gas wells on his land, which are sources of no small part of his annual income.
Mr. Ackley is not a member of any church, though he is a supporter of the local congregations and, in fact, lends his aid to all movements having as their object the betterment of the locality in any way.
Mr. Ackley was one of the promoters of the Knox-Licking Telephone Company, and was president of the company for some time, its large success being due in no small measure to his able management and judicious council. He has been active in its affairs from the first. He is a public-spirited citizen, as already indicated, and is an especial advocate of good roads. He finds recreation in his automobile and other outdoor diversions. He is a good mixer and is well liked by all who know him.
|Cora D ACKLEY was born on 21 July 1877 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.780,782,887,981,982,1523 She was living in 1910 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.981 iving with brother Solon She was living in 1920 in Clay, Knox , Ohio.982 living with brother Solon 1920 Cora was living in 1930 in Martinsburgh, Knox , Ohio.1523 She died about 1954 at the age of 77 in Knox, Knox, Ohio, United States.887 never married She appeared in the census 1880,1900, 1910,1920 & 1930 in Ohio. Cora was buried in Martinsburgh Presbytrain Cemetery, Clay, Knox, Ohio, United States.887|