1. John P.1 Ackerman; born circa 1820 at Wurttemberg, Germany;1 born 1829 at Wurttemberg, Germany;2 married Caroline Hartman, daughter of Philip Hartman, 4 Mar 1854 at Warren, Trumbull Co., Ohio; In Warren, at the Parsonage on the 4th of March, 1854, by Rev. Wm C. Clark, Mr. John P. Ackerman and Miss Caroline Hartman, both of Warren;2,3 married Caroline Hartman, daughter of Philip Hartman, circa 1857.2
He was operated a blacksmith shop at Toronto, Clinton Co., Iowa.2 He was blacksmith at Toronto, Clinton Co., IA, Iowa.1 The nationality of he was Prussia.2,1 He was operated a hotel at Toronto, Clinton Co., Iowa.2 He resided circa 1840 at Ohio; settled here.1 He resided on 4 Mar 1854 at Warren, Trumbull Co., Ohio.3 He resided in 1855 at Toronto, Clinton Co., Iowa.1 He emigrated in 1856 from New Jersey.2 He resided circa 1857 at Trumble County, Ohio.2 He resided before 1860 at Clinton County, Iowa.2 He appeared on the census of 1860 at Clinton County, Iowa.2 He and George G. Ackerman resided in 1900 at Hale, Missouri; moved with his son George.1,2 He was retired in 1900 at Hale, Carroll Co., MO, Missouri.1 He resided in 1907 at Liberty Twp., Woodbury Co., Iowa.2
Children of John P.1 Ackerman and Caroline Hartman were as follows:
She was; was the last surviving Civil War widow in the community.2 She was also known as Jennie.2 She and Charles P. Sennett resided at Bolivar, Polk County, Missouri.4 She and Charles P. Sennett resided before 1896 at Toronto, Clinton County, Iowa.4 She and Charles P. Sennett resided in 1896 at Hale, Carroll County, Missouri.4 She and Charles P. Sennett resided in 1922 at Lowden, Cedar County, Iowa.4
He resided at Missouri; he settled in Missouri.1 He resided at Hale, Missouri; later settled here.1 He was was a farmer at Missouri.1 He resided at Ackerman Dairy and Poultry Farm, Toronto, Clinton County, Iowa; was a 90 acre farm near Toronto.2 He was pub. offic was a Republican. was elected constable for two terms at Liberty Twp., Iowa.2 He resided at Illinois; only lived here 3-5 years in southern Illinois. The rest of the time he lived in Toronto, Iowa.4 He and John P. Ackerman resided in 1900 at Hale, Missouri; moved with his son George.1,2 He was retired in 1915.4 He was ill with had a stroke before 21 Mar 1947.4
He resided at Toronto, Clinton County, Iowa; he lived here as a youth.5 He resided at Monmouth, Polk County, Oregon.4 He was also known as John Henry.2 He resided in 1874 at Arcadia, Wisconsin.5 He was became a school teacher in 1875 at Arcadia, Wisconsin.5 He appeared on the census of 1880 at Preston Twp., Blair, Trempealean County, Wisconsin; soundex record.5 He resided in 1889 at Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.5 He was was State Superintenden of Schools between 1899 and 1911 at Oregon.2 He was now Western Oregon University between 1911 and 1921 at Oregon Normal School, Oregon.2
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