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Akers Genealogy & History

Akers is a topical name from the pre-seventh-century Old English word aecer, meaning a farmable piece of land. Comparable to the High German word acdkar, it is also translated as a cultivatable piece of ground. Acre, Acres, Aker, Eaker, Eakers, Aiker, Aikers, Aikerson, Aker, Akers, Acker, Ackers, and Ackhurst. Akers family history shows William del Acr' to be the first recording of the name in the Curia Regis Rolls of Sussex, in 1214. Noteworthy Akers genealogy members are Akers' clasp inventor Polk E. Akers, political gossip columnist Mary Ann Akers, and historian and educator Charles W. Akers.

Akers Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Marion Akers-- --, 1913May 26,2001IL
B Lawrence Akers-- --, 1912December ,1981IA
C Neal Akers-- --, 1923May 17,1999PA
Daisy Akers-- --, 1902February ,1979PA

Akers Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Leah Akers-- --, 1928September 24,2009Abingdon,MD
F Thomas Akers-- --, 1926October 23,1999Montoursville,PA
Gail Akers-- --, 1904April ,1985Loveland,CO
H Edwin Akers-- --, 1917January 29,2008Owensboro,KY

Akers Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Andrew AkersMichelle JonesMay 6,2006Wake, NC
Christopher AkersMichelle YounceMarch 8,1996Wake, NC
Gary AkersRobin RentelMay 24,1986Wake, NC
Scotty AkersSandra LocklearJune 10,1967Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Akers

1262nd: Shah1263rd: Daley
1264th: Bower1265th: Smart
1266th: Eldridge1267th: Hoyt
1268th: Kruse1269th: Draper
1270th: Piper1271st: McKinley

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