Eighth Generation


4098. From 22 January 1920 to 19 May 1930 Joseph Leon ACKLEY was a Farmer in Victoria, Custer , Nebraska.1813,3312 He was born on 20 January 1879 in Taylor , Iowa.5,40,839,894,1344,1810,1813,3312 LDS has birth 15 Jan 1879
1030 census has birth place as Missouri He appeared in the census in 1880 in IA. Joseph was living between 1900 and 1930 in Victoria, Custer , Nebraska.1810,1813,3312 He registered for the draft in 1917/8 in Custer , Nebraska1344 He died on 4 November 1937 at the age of 58 in Custer , Nebraska.40,839 Joseph appeared in the census 1885, 1900, 1920 & 1930 in Nebraska. His Obituary appeared in the 3310 Volume 1. Number 13______________
CUSTER COUNTY PIONEER PASSES AWAY

Joseph Leon Ackley, Early Home
steader in Custer County Died
at his Home Thursday


Joseph L Ackley.
A highly regarded citizen of this community passed away at his home last Thur. after a lingering illness of six years Many friends in Custer County and elsewhere will deeply regret the passing of this esteemed and respected citizen
Coming to Custer county with his parents when a small boy, he
knew the hardships of a pioneer which molded him into a greater and finer man. He lived an upright life and leaves as a heritage the record of a clean and wholesome life.
Joseph Leon Ackley was born in Taylor county Iowa, January 20 1880 and departed this life November 4, 1937 age 57 years, 9 months and 19 days. He was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Warren Ackley and with them came to Custer County when he
Was 2 years of age, when they settled on a homestead on Columbia after a few years they moved to Missouri on account of the father's health. His father passed away while there and the family returned to Custer county and settled on the farm on which the mother died and on which Joe and his family have lived since. In 1907 he was united in marriage to Bessie Ullum of Milburn. To this union two sons were born Henry W. and Clifford L who with the loving wife are left to mourn his going. Mr. Ackley became sick about six years ago and was taken many places and consulted specialists, but only temporary relief came to him, lit has been a patient suffer and f or the past three months was unable to leave his bed and and was tenderly cared for by his loved ones and nurses He also leaves two brothers Charles of California and Roy whose address is not known, and one sister Amy Ackley of California.
Funeral Services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church. Rev, WA Baldwin of Broken Bow gave a consoling sermon. The beautiful hymns "He knows the way" "Nearer my God to thee" were impressively sung by Misses Maxine Moulton and Messrs Geo.. Showalter and Russell Lehmanowsky. The pall bearers were close friends and neighbors of the deceased. Alva Chrisp, George Kellog, Harry Mason, Wn Klatt, Will Christy and Paul Sorter Relatives front out of town attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ready of Lyman, Nebr Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sanon and Miss Bernice Ullum of Douglas, Wyo.
Burial was made in the Grand View Cemetery.
The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community in their hour of sorrow. He was buried in Grandview Cemetery, Anselmo, Custer , Nebraska.40

Joseph Leon ACKLEY and Bessie E ULLUM were married about 1907.839,1813,3312 Bessie was of Milburn, Custer, Nebraska Bessie E ULLUM appeared in the census between 1920 and 1930 in Nebraska. She was born on 10 December 1889 in Illinois.40,1813,3312 She died on 21 March 1966 at the age of 76.40 Bessie was buried in Grandview Cemetery, Anselmo, Custer , Nebraska.40

Joseph Leon ACKLEY-8807 and Bessie E ULLUM-39736 had the following children:

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Henry Warren ACKLEY-11613.

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Clifford L ACKLEY-9741.