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1880 Edith Ricker Cabinet Photo, wife of Franklin Hicks, Salamanca NY


On reverse: "Edith Ricker Hicks Wedding Picture" is handwritten in old ballpoint pen ink script. Photo type: Original Vintage Victorian Oversize Cabinet Card Photograph. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown. 

Found in Public Genealogy Records:
The info and bios below are from "Allegany County and its People: A Centennial Memorial History of Allegany County, New York" published in 1896 by John Stearns Minard; Georgia Drew Merrill, Publisher: Alfred, NY: W.A. Fergusson & Co: "Charles Ricker is the son of Henry P. Ricker who was born in Waterboro, Maine in 1831. He came to Cuba NY where he married Sarah A. Reynolds, daughter of Major L.J. Reynolds, a popular hotel keeper for many years in that village. Their children were Eugene Ricker, now in Scranton, Pa., Charles, Clarence and Edith (Mrs. Frank Hicks of Cuba). Mr. Ricker located at Black Creek about 1853, engaged in merchandising, and resided there until 1875 when he removed to Cuba and was associated with his brother-in-law, F.C. Reynolds, in the hardware business. In 1881 he returned to Black Creek, resumed charge of the general store, and is still resident there. Charles Ricker was born at Black Creek NY, town of New Hudson NY, in 1861, at Black Creek summers, and, as he grew older clerked in the store, attending school at Cuba winters until he was 16 when he went to Dallas City, PA Pennsylvania, and for four years had charge of Ricker 81 Reynold's hardware store, which was then removed to Richburg. In 1883 he came to Fillmore and established the hardware business which he still conducts. In 1893 Charles Ricker was appointed the successor of Daniel D. Gardner (dec.) as treasurer of Allegany county, to which ofiice he was elected the same year, and still holds. He married, in 1883, Cora L. Norton of Friendship. They have one child, Bessie."

"Frank A. Hicks, formerly of Cuba and Black Creek, died Tuesday at his home in Salamanca, New York Cattauraugus County. Mr. Hicks had been ill for about three weeks. He was 61 years old. In 1901 Mr. Hicks, then proprietor of a laundry on South street, sold the business to Moses & Webster. He moved with his family to Black Creek, where he conducted a general store until four years ago, when he moved to Salamanca, since when he had managed the Home Dairy store on Main street of that place. The deceased is survived by his wife, Edith Ricker Hicks; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Rittinger of Buffalo and Miss Dorothy Hicks, who lived with her parents. There is also a son, Robert Hicks of Hornell; one sister, Mrs. Alva Amsden of Black Creek, and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Salamanca yesterday afternoon. The body was then brought to Black Creek for interment In that cemetery. Mr. Hicks resided in Cuba a number of years and was a member of the local lodge of I.O.O.F., IOOF, Odd Fellows lodge."

This is a beautiful old wedding image! Salamanca is in Cattaraugus County, New York. Black Creek is a hamlet in the town of New Hudson, in Allegany County, New York. The name is derived from a stream that flows nearby. The community lies between Cuba and Belfast, New York. This old photo was found in Rochester, Monroe County, NY. A beautiful old 1880's clearly signed image of Edith in her beautiful gown. She married Frank A. Hicks.

Size 5.25 x 8.5 inches

Debra Clifford Ancestorville Genealogy      Note: The original is sold, but you may still purchase large, detailed and intimate 300 dpi high resolution scans of front and back, sent immediately via email. Please check our site carefully, as many may be related to each other that we are unaware of. Click scan to place in your cart. Thank you, enjoy! ~debra (please also join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. contact info on top bar)

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