1)Stevens Point Daily Journal; 4 August 1917
Elias Ackerman charged by Miss Ella Waterson of Lanark with being the father of her unborn child, pleaded not guilty before Justice G.L. Parks on Friday. The case was adjourned until August 24 and Ackerman was released on $500 bail.
2) Stevens Point Daily Journal; Monday 20 August 1917
--WILL BE MARRIED HERE--
Elias l. Ackerman, Amherst and Ella Waterson, Lanark
3)Stevens Point Daily Journal; 31 October 1919
A divorce has also been granted to Ella Ackerman from Alias Ackerman.
4) Stevens Point Daily Journal; Tuesday 17 October 1922
Stevens Point Gazette; Wednesday 18 october 1922
Jack Sullivan of Plover and Miss Ella Ackerman . a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Waterson of Plover, were married at 7 o'clock Monday evening by Rev. James Blake at his home at 628 church street. The attendants were Earl Waterson, brother of the bride, and Regina Cieseski. The double ring ceremony was used. The bridegroom formerly lived in Eagle, Wis., but he has made his home in Plover in recent months and for some time has held a position in the Wisconsin River Paper and Pulp company mill at Whiting. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan will reside at Whiting.