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1. Scoby S ACKLEY1 appeared in the census 1830 & 1840 in Ohio. He was born on 13 Feb 1798 in New Jersey.2,3 In 1825 he was Brickmaker at Millcreek road, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio.4 He was living between 1830 and 1840 in Cincinnati, Hamilton , Ohio.5,6 He died on 1 Dec 1847 in Hamilton, Ohio.2,7 He was buried in Village of Clarksville, Vernon Township, Clinton , Ohio.8 OLD CLARKSVILLE CEMETERY
MEMORIAL SERVICE AND RE-DEDICATION

Sunday, May 23, 2004

1:30 p.m. -- Civil War Era Music by the Anderson Fork Band

2:00 p.m. -- Memorial Service & Re-Dedication


Civil War Union Veterans resident here:

Pvt. James Bogan
Company K 2nd Ohio Volunteer Heavy Artillery (Aug. 29, 1864 - Apr. 26, 1865)
Discharged April 26, 1865 at Knoxville, TN on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Pvt. Jacob Camp
Company D 79th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (Aug. 8, 1964 - June 9, 1865)
Mustered out with Company June 9, 1865.

Pvt. John W. Shaw
Company G 11th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (July 15, 1861 - June 11, 1865)
Transferred to 11th Ohio Battalion, May 1864. Mustered out with Company
June 11, 1865.

Welcome Ron McCarren, Pres., Clinton County Veterans Service Commission

Posting the Colors Company C, 20th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Sons of Veterans Reserve
(other Color Guards present: American Legion Post 49 of Wilmington
American Legion Post 179 of Blanchester)

Pledge of Allegiance Robert E. Grim, Past Commander-in-Chief,
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War

Invocation Pastor Ann Myers, Clarksville United Methodist Church

Speaker Laura Curliss The Old Clarksville Cemetery

Keynote Speaker Gary Kersey Clinton County Civil War Veterans

Speaker Bud Brewer, Eagle Scout Candidate, Troop 155
Eagle Scout Project: The Old Clarksville Cemetery

Re-Dedication Sherry L. Bellew, Mayor, Village of Clarksville and
Pete Myers, Vernon Township Trustees

Wreath Laying Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War

Rifle Salute Company C, 20th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Sons of Veterans Reserve
Taps Boy Scout Troop 155
Retiring the Colors Company C, 20th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Sons of Veterans Reserve
In addition to the Union Veterans of the Civil War buried here who we honor in a special way today, also resident here are two veterans from the War of 1812 -Scoby S Ackley and Peter Snider.

The Veterans Service Commission would like to thank all of the following people and organizations who were instrumental in preserving the Old Clarksville Cemetery and in remembering the people buried here:

Tony & Jennifer Ward, Shaun Peterson, Attorney at Law, Mayor Sherry Bellew and the Village of Clarksville Council, Vernon Township Trustees Jim Kratzer, Pete Myers, Ron Dixon and Clerk Dee DeBoard, Clinton County Commissioners Darleen Myers, Mike Curry, and Rick Stanforth, Clinton County Prosecutor William E. Peelle and Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Laura Curliss, Clinton County Auditor Wanda Armstrong, Clinton County Administrator Mark Brooker, John Mengle and Jane Short, Attorneys for the Village of Clarksville, The Governor's Office of Veterans' Affairs, Boy Scout Troop 155, Troop Master Terry Brewer, Eagle Scout Candidate Bud Brewer, Eagle Scout advisors Mac McKibben, Joann Chamberlin & Laura Curliss, Jim Krusling and Tufts-Schildmeyer Family Funeral Home, Bell Vault and Monument Company, the Clinton County Historical Society, Charles Muchmore, Don Muchmore, Burt & Kitty Werner, Joe & Bertha Hadley, Lisa Bogan Harris, Eldon Burton, Tom Thompson, Mr & Mrs. Clive DeBoard, Ellie Clausen, Gary Kersey (nationally-recognized Abraham Lincoln and Civil War historian), Pastor Ann Myers of the Clarksville United Methodist Church, James H. Houston, Past Department Commander for Ohio, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Robert E. Grim, Past Commander-in-Chief, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Elmer Williams, Sr. Vice Commander of Gen. Lytle Camp, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Tom Waldren and the Anderson Fork Band, Color Guard, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, all concerned citizens of the Village of Clarksville and Clinton County.

Tent provided by: Bell Vault and Monument Company, Fayetteville
Registry provided by: Tufts-Schildmeyer Family Funeral Home, Blanchester
Program by: Laura Curliss, Blanchester
Veterans Grave Markers by: Clinton County Veterans Service Commission
Sound system provided by: Kersey Auctions, Wilmington
New fencing for the cemetery will be donated by: Vinyl Visions, Inc., Wilmington
New monument to veterans and to people preserving the cemetery: Dodds Monuments, Xenia

Thanks to the Anderson Fork Band Larry Williams (Fiddle), Sherry Williams (Banjo), Cindy Williams (Bass), Tina Smith (Mandolin), Tom Waldren (Guitar), Jenny Spilman (Dulcimer).

Clinton County Veterans Service Commission Ron McCarren, Steve Lawson, Chester Wilson, Merv Wisecup, Jack Rose, VSC Executive Director Ray Souder, VSO Mac McKibben, Jeanie Longstreth, Secretary. Serving Veterans and their families in Clinton County. Office Hours 8-4 p.m., 43 S. Walnut Street, Wilmington, Ohio. Call us at 382-3233 for assistance.

He served in the military War of 1812. Scoby may be related to Samuel Ackley born ca 1794 in NJ listed as living in Cincinnati OH as the same time as Scoby, the only two Ackley's listed in the 1830 & 1840 Hamilton Co., OH census
He also may have a brother named John and a sister named Jane Ackley Borden

Parents initials H & S

Scoby S ACKLEY and Margaret SMITH were married on 28 Aug 1823.2 Margaret SMITH was born on 15 Sep 1805 in Pennsylvania.2,9,10,11 1850 Clinton Co., OH census has age as 34 believe that should be 44 and birth place as PA She was living in 1850 in Vernon, Clinton , Ohio.7 She was living in 1860 in Salem, Warren , Ohio.11 She was living in 1870 in Roachester, Warren, Ohio.10 living with son Richard 1870 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Kentucky. She was living in 1880 in Escubapia, Lewis , Kentucky.9 living with son Richard She died on 20 Jun 1885 in Lewis , Kentucky.2 She appeared in the census 1850, 1860 & 1870 in Ohio. Scoby S ACKLEY and Margaret SMITH had the following children:

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Mary ACKLEY2 was born about 1826 in Ohio.2,7,9,10,11 never married She was living in 1860 in Salem, Warren , Ohio.11 living with mother 1860 She was living in 1870 in Roachester, Warren, Ohio.10 living with brother Richard 1870 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Kentucky. She was living in 1880 in Escubapia, Lewis , Kentucky.9 living with brother Richard She appeared in the census 1850, 1860 & 1870 in Ohio.

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Scoby ACKLEY was born about 1833 in Ohio.7,12 census spells name Serby
Gene Pool Individual Records - Births has both 1833 and 1850 listed He appeared in the census in 1850 in Ohio. On 2 Sep 1850 he was Farmer at Vernon, Clinton , Ohio.7

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Elizabeth Angeline ACKLEY was born on 10 Jul 1835.7,8 She appeared in the census in 1850 in Ohio. She died on 7 May 1851.8 She was buried in Village of Clarksville, Vernon Township, Clinton , Ohio.8

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Sophia ACKLEY was born about 1836 in Ohio.7,12 She appeared in the census in 1850 in Ohio.

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Pvt Richard Smith ACKLEY.

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Pvt William Ross ACKLEY.

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Living.