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Fr Charles Breck Ackley

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Fr Charles Breck Ackley

Birth
Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA
Death
25 Jul 1964 (aged 86)
New York, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Burial
Summit, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA
Memorial ID
70959722 View Source

From his obituary, which appeared in the The New York Times on 28 July 1964 in New York City, New York

Dr Charles B Ackley, Ex-Rector Of St. Mary,s Church Here, Dies

The Rev Dr Charles Breck Ackley, rector emeritus of St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church of Manhattanville, died Saturday in the Lynwood Nursing Home at 306 West 102d Street after a long illness. His age was 86 and he lived at 500 West 112th Street.

At his retirement in 1956, Dr Ackley had been rector of St Mary's at 521 West 126th Street, for 37 years.

When called to St Mary's Dr. Ackley was field secretary of the Every Name campaign of the Episcopal Church. During World I he served as an Army chaplain with the rank of captain. From 1908 to 1912 he was a missionary in Cuba. Before going to St Mary's he also had served at Grace and St Bartholomew's Chapels and as a chaplain of the New York Fire Department.

Dr Ackley was a past Grand Prelate of the Grand Commandery of the State of New York of the Knights Templar and had been recording secretary of the Episcopal Actors Guild for many years.

He was born in Oconomowoc, Wis., and graduated from Hobart College in 1899, where he received a Doctor of Sacred Theology degree in 1926. In 1903 he was graduated from the General Theological Seminary here.

There are no immediate survivors. A funeral service will be conducted in St Mary's at noon Wednesday. Burial will be in Oconomowoc. His Death Notice appeared in the The New York Times on 29 July 1964 in New York City, New York The Rev. Dr. Charles Breck Ackley, Rector Emeritus of St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal church of Manhattanville; on July 25, 1964. Service at the Church, 521 W. 126th St., Wednesday, 12:00 noon. He was buried in Nashotah House Seminary Cemetery, Nashotah, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

From his obituary, which appeared in the The New York Times on 28 July 1964 in New York City, New York

Dr Charles B Ackley, Ex-Rector Of St. Mary,s Church Here, Dies

The Rev Dr Charles Breck Ackley, rector emeritus of St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church of Manhattanville, died Saturday in the Lynwood Nursing Home at 306 West 102d Street after a long illness. His age was 86 and he lived at 500 West 112th Street.

At his retirement in 1956, Dr Ackley had been rector of St Mary's at 521 West 126th Street, for 37 years.

When called to St Mary's Dr. Ackley was field secretary of the Every Name campaign of the Episcopal Church. During World I he served as an Army chaplain with the rank of captain. From 1908 to 1912 he was a missionary in Cuba. Before going to St Mary's he also had served at Grace and St Bartholomew's Chapels and as a chaplain of the New York Fire Department.

Dr Ackley was a past Grand Prelate of the Grand Commandery of the State of New York of the Knights Templar and had been recording secretary of the Episcopal Actors Guild for many years.

He was born in Oconomowoc, Wis., and graduated from Hobart College in 1899, where he received a Doctor of Sacred Theology degree in 1926. In 1903 he was graduated from the General Theological Seminary here.

There are no immediate survivors. A funeral service will be conducted in St Mary's at noon Wednesday. Burial will be in Oconomowoc. His Death Notice appeared in the The New York Times on 29 July 1964 in New York City, New York The Rev. Dr. Charles Breck Ackley, Rector Emeritus of St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal church of Manhattanville; on July 25, 1964. Service at the Church, 521 W. 126th St., Wednesday, 12:00 noon. He was buried in Nashotah House Seminary Cemetery, Nashotah, Waukesha, Wisconsin.


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