Loring A Aiken

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Loring A Aiken

Birthplace: Derry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States
Death: May 28, 1907 (59)
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United States
Place of Burial: La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Nathaniel Aiken and Jemima Aiken
Husband of Emma Aiken
Father of Albert Aiken; Percy Aiken; Lester Aiken; Elmer Aiken; Eva M Raymond and 4 others
Brother of Granville P Aiken; Isabelle Aiken and Lucy C Ady
Half brother of George H Aiken; Abigail Aiken; Frank E Aiken and Charles W Aiken

Managed by: J.M. Bies
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About Loring A Aiken

Loring A Aiken Dies of Dropsy

Loring A Aiken, who was operated on at Chicago for dropsy of the heart, died last night. Mr Aiken was taken to Chicago three weeks ago for treatment and it was decided an operation was necessary, but it was too late. Deceased was 69 years old and born in New Hampshire in 1847. In 1855, he came to Wisconsin and was married to Miss Emma Cave of Columbia county. They went to Newton, Wis., a little later, where he ran the Newton grist mill. In 1890, he came to LaCrosse and was employed at the C.J. Colman Lumber company when he resigned to take a board of trade position, which he held for several years. After leaving the board of trade he took the management of the Edwards Wood company where he was for five years, leaving them to take the management of the Wisconsin Grain and Stock company which company he was with at the time of his death.

Mr Aiken was a member of the First Wisconsin Heavy Artillery and primate in the local G.A.R. circles and organizer and financier of the first ball team in LaCrosse.

He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and nine children. Elmer Aiken of Menodia, Albert, Percy, Lester, Garfield, Omro, Blanche, Mrs Charles Raymond, and Mrs D Raymond of this city.

Albert Aiken will arrive in LaCrosse on the Milwaukee road with the remains of Mr Aiken tomorrow morning. The funeral arrangements will be announced later.

Source: LaCrosse Tribune, LaCrosse, WI. 29 May 1907.

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Loring A Aiken's Timeline

July 17, 1847
Derry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States
April 1870
Age 22
July 13, 1870
Age 22
Waterford, Racine County, Wisconsin, United States
August 27, 1874
Age 27
October 23, 1876
Age 29
Wisconsin, United States
July 14, 1879
Age 31
October 3, 1881
Age 34