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Benjamin Akers

Birth1796 - Montgomery, Virginia, United States
Death20 Jul 1856 - Montgomery, Virginia, United States
MotherRodah Thompson
FatherAustin Augustine Akers

Born in Montgomery, Virginia, United States on 1796 to Austin Augustine Akers and Rodah Thompson. Benjamin Akers married Elizabeth Saunders Akers and had 13 children. He passed away on 20 Jul 1856 in Montgomery, Virginia, United States.

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Parents

Austin Augustine Akers
1762 - 1843
Rodah Thompson
1767 - 1845

Spouse(s)

Elizabeth Saunders Akers
1797 - 1872
Elizabeth Rupe
1787 - 1852
Lydia Elkins Akers
1796 - 1878
Nancy Sowers
1796 - 1860

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Lucretia L Akers
1834 - Unknown
Susan Risk
1820 - 1894
Anna Alice Akers
1817 - 1892
Henrietta Akers
1843 - 1914
George Wallace Akers
1818 - Unknown
John Joseph Akers
1813 - 1910
George Riley Akers
1828 - 1900

Susan Rosenbaum
1840 - 1900
Mannehette Akers
1838 - 1892
Mary "Polly" Akers
1834 - 1912
William Akers
1826 - 1854
Kenneth Akers
1838 - Unknown
John Wallace Akers
1850 - 1936

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