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Re: Eick census records sought 1900-1920
Posted by: D. Eick (ID *****5007) Date: March 18, 2006 at 11:42:47
In Reply to: Re: Eick census records sought 1900-1920 by Bridget Kopetzky of 740

Thanks. These are my Eicks. I was mostly hoping to find where they were in 1910 and anytime in between. They immigrated ont he SSTrave in 1890. I think I had most of the details you confirmed, except the possible birthdate for Charles Eick. Thanks again. If I could find the other Eick children listed ont eh SS Trave record, I would be delighted. Missing are Alwene, who was Charles'(Carl's) Wife, and children Victor, Paulina, Ida, and Albertine. Edward, and Conradt are the only ones who show up late rin Michigan, and Richard was not mentioned in the ship record. ( I have wondered if he could be Victor) The Ida listed in 1920 as a lodger seems to have been some sort of joke, as they were married (his second or possibly third wife) and they are buried together in Utica Cemetery.

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