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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Ephraim AKERS Jr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1820 Providence Twp, Bedford, Pennsylvania page #79
AKERS, Ephraim

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Providence Twp, Bedford, Pennsylvania page #106
AKERS, Ephraim

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 East Providence Twp, Bedford, Pennsylvania page #248
AKERS, Ephraim

CENSUS RECORDS: 18 Sep 1850 Brush Creek Twp, Fulton, Pennsylvania page #74, family #46/49
AKERS, Ephraim age 51, male, farmer, $1200, PA
AKERS, Margaret age 52, female, PA
AKERS, Charles age 18, male, laborer, PA
AKERS, Charlotte age 16, female, PA
AKERS, Israel age 11, male, PA
AKERS, Tabitha age 6, female, PA
AKERS, Mazzeamzen age 23, male, carpenter, PA
AKERS, West Asa age 21, male, laborer, PA

CENSUS RECORDS: 20 June 1860 Brush Creek Twp, Fulton, Pennsylvania page #91, family #263/263
AKERS, Ephraim Sr. age 62, male, farmer, $2500 & $445, PA
AKERS, Ephraim Jr. age 21, male, teacher, $25, PA
AKERS, Rachel A. age 17, female, PA
AKERS, Tabitha J. age 16, female, PA

HISTORY: History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania ---- Chicago: Waterman, Watkins & Co., 1884 ----- "The Akers family were early settlers of Brush Creek Valley, Fulton County. The father of Ephraim Akers Jr. also named Ephraim was a Revolutionary War soldier, who came to that valley among the earliest pioneers. Ephriam Akers built the first sawmill on Brush Creek. Ephraim Akers Jr. was the father of John H., J. S., Nazanzen (deceased), West A., Charles M. (deceased), Ephraim E. (deceased), Charlotte (Barton), Nancy (deceased), Rachel (deceased). J. S. Akers, a progressive farmer, cleared and owns the farm on which he now lives. Mr. Akers settled in Monroe township in 1849. He served in the late war in Co. H, 208th Regt. Penn. Vols., from 1864 until the close of the war. James N. Akers, son of J. S. Akers, is a thriving farmer and lives near his father's."


Nazonon AKERS

He was 23 in 1850 and his name is listed as Mazzeamzen and he was working as a carpenter and living with his parents.


Israel AKERS

He was 11 in 1850.


Tabitha J. AKERS

She was 6 in 1850.

She was 16 in 1860.


William Terah MAYES

He was 43 in 1860.

He was 63 in 1880.


Helen M. MCCARTER

She was 32 in 1860. She was 52 in 1880.


Mary L. MAYES

She was 7 in 1860.


Mattie S. MAYES

She was 5 in 1860.


George Prentice MAYES

He was 11 months old in 1860.


Alma MAYES

She was 17 in 1880.


Archibald C. DILL Sr.

He fought in the Revolutionary War.


Joseph Marion JOHNSON Sr.

He was 18 in 1870.


Elizabeth LOFTIS

She was 9 in 1850 and was attending school.


Bailey Peyton LOFTIS Sr.

He was 6 in 1850.

He was 15 in 1860 and was attending school.

MILITARY RECORDS: He served as a private in Company K, 13th Gore's Tennessee Cavalry, Confederate Army during the Civil War.


William Henry Harrison LOFTIS

He was 3 in 1850.

He was 12 in 1860 and was attending school.