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Allen A. Acree
Birth: 1800
Wilkes County
Georgia, USA
Death: Jul. 7, 1871
Banks County
Georgia, USA

Allen A. Acree and wife Drucilla Whitfield may be buried in Tate's Creek Baptist Cemetery or in a private cemetery near their home in what is now known as Bryant's Place, Franklin County. Allen A. Acree obtained land from the estate of Asa Bradley, on which his children including William B. Acree likely settled, near Polecat, Habersham County, Georgia near where current Banks and Stephens County meet. Allen A. Acree was one of the founders of Tate's Creek Baptist Church and it is reasonable that he might be buried here, under a wooden cross which has since deteriorated.
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Acree-Acre Family History from The History of Stephens County, Georgia page 241-245, By Kathryn Curtis Trogden

Katheryn Curtis Trogden, The History of Stephens County, Georgia: The Toccoa Woman's Club, Inc.: Toccoa, Georgia (1973) Library of Congress 72-82734

The Acrees of this area are descended from William Acree who came from Virginia to Bettie Co., N.C., then to Wilkes Co., Ga. soon after the Revolutionary War. As a soldier in the Revolution, he received large tracts of land in Franklin Co., Ga.

1-1 William Acree d. April 1796 Wilkes Co., Ga. His children were: 2-1 Elizabeth; 2-2 Jenea; 2-3 Susannah; 2-4 Sara; 2-5 Frances; 2-6 Nancy; 2-7 Priscilla; 2-8 William Jr.; 2-9 Sherrin; 2-10 John A.; 2-11 Wylie Acree.

2-11 Wylie Acree m. Anna Morris daughter of William Morris of Wllkes Co. GA. One of their sons was:

3-1 Allen Acree d. July 7, 1877 Banks Co., Ga. m. Drucia Whitfield and had five children: 4-1 William; 4-2 James; 4-3 Vinie; 4-4 Arminda; 4-5 Wylie.

4-1 William Acree b. Dec. 15, 1826 Banks Col, Ga. d. Aug 20, 1907 Stephens Co., Ga. m. Mary C. Martin daughter of James and Catherine Wheeler Martin. (See Martin Family History) William Acree was one of the founders of Tates Creek Church. The children of Wm. and Mary Acree were: 5-1 James Knox; 5-2 Allen A. [and others]

5-1 James Knox Acree b. Jan. 12, 1853 Banks Co., Ga. d. May 16, 1923 Stephens Co., Ga. m. Nancy Catherine Banks b. Jan 7, 1860 Habersham Co., Ga. d. April 29, 1919 Stephens Co., Ga. daughter of Russell and Mary Yarbrough Banks. James Knox Acree came to Habersham Co. (now Stephens) from Banks Co. in 1877. he became a prominent farmer and a leader in all community activities. When Stephens County was formed in 1906. he was one of the first members of the County Board of Education and also was a members of the county's first Democratic Committee. he was a loyal member of Tate's Creek Baptist Church and was a Deacon and Supt. of the Sunday School. The children of James K. and Nancy Acree were: 6-1 James R.; 6-2 William Thomas; 6-3 Mary Catherine; 6-4 George Allen; 6-5 Young Davis; 6-6 Ada Augusta; 6-7 Sally Evelyn; 6-8 Henry Lumpkin; 6-9 Retha Jane; 6-10 Hershel Cobb; 6-11 Gladys.

 
 
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 Spouse:
  Drucilla Whitfield Acree (1810 - 1880)
 
 Children:
  Wyly Allen Acrey (____ - 1885)*
  William B. Acree (1826 - 1907)*
  Melvina Acree Smith (1834 - 1912)*
  James Luther Acre (1840 - 1911)*
  Arminda Acree Roe (1845 - 1879)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Tates Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
Stephens County
Georgia, USA
 
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Record added: Dec 25, 2010
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Allen A. Acree
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- Bobbye Williams Poston
 Added: Jul. 16, 2014

-Anonymous
 Added: Jul. 20, 2011
Allen A. Acree, my third great grandfather, a Christian and a man of honor. His legacy lives on in his descendants.
- Andrew Ayers Martin, M.D., J.D.
 Added: Dec. 25, 2010
 
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