Clipped From San Antonio Express
LIVED IN BEXAR COUNTY THREE SCORE YEARS Mr; poems M a n y tha thosi F. Ackermann, German Pioneer, Succumbs to Advanced Age. Was Widely Known. HADE JOURNEY OVER . STATE IN OX P- Ackermann. one of tho earlier German piom-'trs in Texas, died at his on ;ho SaJiido, frjur miles from San Antonio, about 10 o'clock last night at the ji?re of SO years. Death is attributed to his advanced years. Ho was one of many Jiaidy Germans who immigrated America in (lie early forties Â«nJ tlicri drifted Tvesiwnrd m u, primitive oxcart. Mr. Ackermann is survived by hla three sons and three daugbtera. They Â»ro: sirs. Rueano Ackermunn, S. C., C. n n d C. S. Ackermann. and Mrs. P. Wald. Mrs. Heiity Scholsi and Mrs. I'. Mclntnxli, all w i d e l y known Be County K-sidetits. TJw lanenil f ,F itto decedent n-iJl Jw hrid at the family home and intormeul will take placo in tlie Ack'-rmann Cern- fiery at H o'flork ThursUny morning The dfci-di-nt was a native of Hacs^oda, Germany, wnuru ho was born March ls2Z. f(iÂ» fmnitg-niten to f h f a country IMi:. landing at G:il\i8ton In May of t year. A l t e r JL !Â«iif .-"tay in Unlveston It-.- Jouniryud atrosi; Texas in a big drnwii by oxt-n. r d t l l n r in Comal llÂ« ramo io H-jxar C u u n t y In 18IS. IK. lir-gun farming. In llie year of Ihr; great'Rilrl rush to r.-illfornia. he married .Miss Hosano Parker.