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Eskildsen, J. Peter

ESKILDSEN, SCHLATTER, REDMAN, LOWMAN

Posted By: Bruce Kuennen (email)
Date: 5/14/2017 at 12:47:21

J. Peter Eskildsen was born in Denmark in 1870. He married Emma Schlatter in Lawler (1891). The couple had at least one child. Arthur Eskildsen was born in 1893. J. P. found a path to citizenship in 1895. Research reveals that he may have had additional studios in Iowa besides the one in Lawler (Fredericksburg, Jerico, and Waucoma). Initial investigation found some information about young Mary Redman. She appears in the 1910 US census along with the rest of her family. They Redmanís were living in Stapleton, Iowa. Living in the residence was Maryís parentís John W. Redman (born 1860) and Trena M. Redman (born 1867). Also in the home were Maryís (age 4) siblings; Hazel (age 19), Lee (age 18), Lowman (age 15), and Harold (age 13). The 1920 US census finds the family still living in Stapleton but the household has shrunk to include Maryís father (worked as a carpenter), sister Hazel (worked as a teacher), and of course Mary (attended school). Maryís mom likely had passed away and sister Hazel likely took up some parenting duties.

SOURCE: The Cabinet Card Gallery, accessed on-line 14 May 2017

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