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Photo #75874

Last Name: Eiker

First Name : David

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Subject's State: Il

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Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: Goldin

Photographer's City: Washington

Photographer's State: DC


Type** : CDV

Comments: David Eiker (Nee: ) | Il | 1851-1900 | Comments: born in Quincy, Franklin County, Pennsylvania in November of 1852 and was a son of Isaac and Hannah (possibly Koontz) Eiker. The family later moved to Washington, DC where Isaac was a grocer. After reaching adulthood, David moved to Rio Township, Knox County, Illinois and married Jane "Jennie" Wilkins on January 25, 1876. They had children named Mary, Ethel, and Maud. Jennie died fairly young and David did not remarry. He was a blacksmith in Rio, IL and was still alive at the time of the 1920 census. This photo was taken at the J. Golden Studio in Washington, DC

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