|Birth: ||Mar. 8, 1903|
|Death: ||Feb. 5, 1949|
Fall Fatal to Carlisle Man At Farm Opposite Airport
Archie E. Akers, 35, of Carlisle was instantly killed at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in a fall from the second floor of his barn on the Governor Ritner highway, opposite the Carlisle airport.
Mr. Akers had gone to the second floor of the barn to open the doors preparatory to loading a feed truck with alfalfa. When he opened the door a stick gave way and he fell to the bed of the truck. He was killed instantly said Coroner E. A. Haegele. Death resulted from a broken neck and fractured skull.
Source: The News-Chronicle, Shippensburg, PA, Tues, 8 Feb 1949: sent to me by Family Tree Climber
Census - 1910 - Brush Creek, Fulton, Pennsylvania, USA
Name - Archie E. Akers, Age: 7, Born: Abt. 1903 in Pennsylvania, Son, Parent's Born: Pennsylvania, Single, White, Male, Attend School.
Census - 1920 - Brush Creek, Fulton, Pennsylvania, USA
Name - Archie E. Ahers(Akers), Age: 16, Born: Abt. 1904 in Pennsylvania, Son, Parent's Born: Pennsylvania, Single, White, Male, Read and Write: Yes, Laborer - Home Farm, Attend School.
Census - 1930 - Brush Creek, Fulton, Pennsylvania, USA
Name - Archie Akers, Age: 27, Born: Abt. 1903 in Pennsylvania, Head, Male, White, Single, Occupation: Farmer - General. Living with his Mother and Brother.
Census 1940 - Brush Creek, Fulton, Pennsylvania, USA -
Name - Archie Akers, Age 37, Married, Occupation Farmer, Living with Wife and Son.
Ellis Ellsworth Akers (1861 - 1927)
Edith Nancy Jackson Akers (1870 - 1934)
Kathryn S Sparks Akers (1908 - 2007)
Russell Blaine Akers (1892 - 1964)*
Cecil James Akers (1895 - 1970)*
Boyd Merle Akers (1898 - 1971)*
Harold H Akers (1901 - 1950)*
Archie Ellis Akers (1903 - 1949)
Westminster Memorial Gardens
Plot: Section B, lot 42, space 2
Maintained by: Teresa Jackson
Originally Created by: Brenda & Pete
Record added: Jul 05, 2011
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