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6. Aaron Spike (1819-1908)
b: February 20, 1818/19, Ontario. Son of Bryan Spike and Mary McGinnis
d: February 4, 1908 - Gladwin, Co, MI
m: Jan 13, 1844 - Eliza Goldsmith
Marriage Certificate reads: I certify that I married Aaron Spike and Eliza Goldsmith, both of Portland this 13 of January 1844 By publication of Banns in presence of William Goldsmith and Hester A. Wortman as witness. My Hand Robert Perry Esq. Witnesses Present - William Goldsmith, Hester A Wortman.
Children of Aaron Spike and Eliza Goldsmith
i. Phoebe (Phebe Ann) Spike b 23 June 1845. (+ Alexander Laycock or Laycox)
ii. William Bryan Spike b: 3 Oct, 1848, d: 23 July 1918. m: Sarah Eliza Purdy 24 Dec. 1874.
iii. Eliza Phadila Jane SPIKE b: 14 Oct 1850. d 3 Jan 1890 in her 39th year m: Sidney N DAVY b1845-Portland Twp Fontenac Cty Poss child of Peter Davy and Margaret VANNESS
iv. Mary Ida Maud Spike b: 3 Jan 1863 Portland Twp+Harker
From: "Illustrated Historical Atlas Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington Counties, Ont." J. H. Meacham & Co. 1878 .
The subject of our sketch. Mr. Aaron Spike, was born on the 20th February, 1818, on Lot 6 in the fifth concession in the township and province just named. Mr. Spike was married to Miss Eliza Goldsmith, whose parents were Canadians. The issue of this marriage are four children - Phebe Ann, born 23d June, 1845; William Bryan, October 3d, 1848; Eliza Phadila Jane, October 14th, 1850, and Mary Ida Maud, January 3d, 1863.
For more than a quarter of a century Mr. Spike has acted as clerk to the township Council, having been elected so early as 1842, and some fifteen years ago he was appointed to the responsible office of local Magistrate of Justice of the Peace, which clearly shows his usefulness and popularity.
Mr. Spike, within the last sixteen years, has erected on his valuable farm a handsome stone residence, which stands on high ground, and commands an excellent view of the surround country.
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