The following comes from a book I have on the Akers Family: William Akers 5th, son of James and Lucy (Webster) Akers married 4-23-1821 Lavina Capper.She was Scotch-Irish descent, high spirired, witty, kind and generous, and being deeply religious exerted a remarkably wholesome influence over her family.Her accomplishments as a housekeeper were unexcelled.He was a large man with Van Dyke beard, blue eyes, fair, unassuming and extremely hospitable, an extensive farmer and owned slaves.Though his slaves lived with him until his death he was never reconciled to their freedom.Will extant. He and his wife are buried in unmarked graves in the John Jamison burial grounds near his old homestead. They had 4 children 1. John 5th, their only son, volunteered for service in the Confederate Army; he died Norfolk, Va 4-12-1862.He was brought home and buriedin the Hohn Jamison burial grounds.A beautiful white stone marks the grave. 2. Elizabeth 6th, born 7-2-1824, died 1-14-1859.Married John Jamison on 8-5-1844.They had 7 children. 3.Hannah, born 12-24-1826, died 5-17-1892, she never married and moved to Texas about 1875. 4.Lucy Ann 2nd, born 12-28-1828, died 8-5-1874.She married Jesse Young.She is buried in the John Jamison burial ground.
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