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James Milburn Ackerman
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Birth: Jun. 29, 1854
Oak Ridge
Williamsburg County
South Carolina, USA
Death: Apr. 16, 1940
Berkeley County
South Carolina, USA

South Carolina Death Records, 1821-1955
Name: James M Ackerman
Died: 16 Apr 1940, St. James Santee, Berkeley
Age at Death: 86 years
Born: June 29, 1854, Oak Ridge, Williamsburg Co., SC
Gender: Male
Color: White
Father: William Ackerman, b. DK
Mother: Nancy Ann Shuler, b. DK
Burial: Apr 17, 1940, Halfway Creek
Informant: H. D. Brinson, Shulerville, SC
County of Death: Berkeley
Certificate Number: 005708
Complete name is James Milburn Ackerman, according to a relative.
Mother's maiden name difficult to read. Looks like Shelly. Descendants say it was Shuler.
This grave is not known to be marked.
Family links: 
  Nancy Ann Shuler Ackerman (1823 - 1924)
  Robert Samuel Ackerman (1850 - 1949)*
  James Milburn Ackerman (1854 - 1940)
  Sarah Elizabeth Ackerman Blakley (1860 - ____)*
  Joseph Thomas Ackerman (1860 - 1946)*
  John Benjamin Ackerman (1863 - 1928)*
  William Etta Ackerman Brown (1864 - 1951)*
  William Curry Ackerman (1873 - 1947)*
  Isam Elmore Ackerman (1874 - 1952)*
*Calculated relationship
Halfway Creek Methodist Church Cemetery
Berkeley County
South Carolina, USA
GPS (lat/lon): 33.11502, -79.64796
Maintained by: Warren
Originally Created by: Roger Lambert
Record added: Apr 14, 2011
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James Milburn Ackerman
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James Milburn Ackerman
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James Milburn Ackerman
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 Added: Jan. 29, 2016

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