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Joseph Acker
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Birth: Sep. 16, 1774
Essex County
Virginia, USA
Death: Aug. 8, 1856
Dialville
Cherokee County
Texas, USA

Private Joseph Acker was born in Virginia. Died in Dialville, Cherokee, Texas. Buried in Cherokee, Texas. 
 
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 Parents:
  Peter Acker (1730 - 1815)
  Jane Sutherland Acker (1752 - 1825)
 
 Spouse:
  Ruth Alexander Acker (1783 - 1871)*
 
 Children:
  Jane Elizabeth Acker Tarver (1794 - 1860)*
  Lucinda Acker Pogue (1802 - 1884)*
  James E Acker (1803 - 1881)*
  Artimissa Acker Sharp (1810 - 1891)*
  Alexander Acker (1812 - 1871)*
  Desdemona Acker Falkner (1817 - 1905)*
  Teresa Acker Bryson (1819 - 1912)*
  Christopher Columbus Acker (1821 - 1899)*
  Peter Acker (1823 - 1875)*
  Mary Elizabeth Acker Fisher (1828 - 1915)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Acker (1772 - 1853)*
  Joseph Acker (1774 - 1856)
  Peter Acker (1776 - 1820)*
  Mary Acker Grace (1778 - 1852)*
  Nancy Clement Acker McDavid (1781 - 1846)*
  Alexander Acker (1782 - 1850)*
  Susan Acker Vandiver (1788 - 1862)*
  Amos Acker (1792 - 1879)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Holly Springs Cemetery
Maydelle
Cherokee County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Brandi Sanders
Record added: Jan 14, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13025741
Joseph Acker
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Joseph Acker
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