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1842 or 1843 to 1913
Julia Taylor (mother) and T.N. Mason (father) both of Macon, Georgia;
Claude Acklen (husband)
1871 – June – Adelicia mentioned Ella in a letter as being the children’s current tutor
1871 – November – Adelicia mentioned Ella accompanying the family to the Louisiana Plantations
1884 – January 22nd – in her will signed on this date, Adelicia bequeathed “to my friend Miss Ella Mason” a set of amethyst jewelry.
1891 - Ella married Claude Acklen in Ellicott City, Maryland. She was likely teaching at the Patapsco Female Institute (1837-1891).
1905 – Ella and Claude separate. She then moved to Nicholasville, Kentucky, where she taught at the Jessammine Female Institute until a few years before her death.
1913 – December 16th – Ella died 16th at the home of her niece in Nicholasville. Her body was returned to Macon, Georgia, for burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. (Lot 16, Block 8. Section; Central Ave. Division)
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