|Birth: ||Sep. 4, 1882|
|Death: ||May 19, 1972|
My uncle E.H. was married to my grandpa's sister, Kittie. They had a farm and had chickens and pigs. I only lived a short distance away and used to go and buy a dozen eggs or visit the pigs. Sometimes there were little white, hairless squealing babies with pink snouts. I thought they were cute.
Uncle E.H. was always good to us. I never knew if he had brothers or sisters. I now know he had three sisters.
E.H. and Kittie never had any children. They lived in a small, dark, mysterious old farmhouse on the edge of town. It had a small yard with a lot of flowers. I remember the dining room was full of plants.
As years went by, it was decided to put a K Mart between their house and the corner. My uncle sold everything but a small border around his house which was then fenced in. They were allowed to live there for life.
Lorenzo Acker (1858 - 1936)
Sarah J. Moore Acker (1856 - 1947)
Katherine (Kittie) M. Battenfield Acker (1875 - 1962)
Eli H. Acker (1882 - 1972)
Mabel D. Acker (1889 - 1934)*
Mount Hope Cemetery
Maintained by: rosie mcnaughton
Originally Created by: Ed Houghtaling
Record added: Aug 20, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21045733