Eicher Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
Find records of Eichers by their first name:
- Abraham Eicher to Angeline Eicher
- Angleen Eicher to Bennie Eicher
- Bernadette Eicher to Catharine Eicher
- Cathe Eicher to Cnas Eicher
- Connie Eicher to Denver Eicher
- Dick Eicher to Elmer Eicher
- Elmore Eicher to Eugene Eicher
- Eula Eicher to Gayette Eicher
- Geary Eicher to Helen Eicher
- Helena Eicher to Ivo Eicher
- Jac Eicher to Jocelyn Eicher
- Joe Eicher to Kenneth Eicher
- Kent Eicher to Lillian Eicher
- Lillie Eicher to Lydia Eicher
- Mabel Eicher to Math Eicher
- Mathew Eicher to Monica Eicher
- Monte Eicher to Ora Eicher
- Orville Eicher to Rella Eicher
- Rena Eicher to Sadie Eicher
- Salina Eicher to Teresa Eicher
- Terry Eicher to Virigina Eicher
- Vivian Eicher to Zella Eicher
Most Common First Names
- William 2.5%
- John 2.5%
- Robert 1.8%
- James 1.8%
- George 1.8%
- Mary 1.3%
- Charles 1.3%
- Joseph 1.3%
- Anna 1.2%
- Richard 1.1%
Eicher Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Eicher family.
Eicher Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 1,307 people with the last name Eicher that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Eicher family on AncientFaces.
- Martha J Eicher lived 107 years
- Bertha K Eicher lived 105 years
- Randall Z Eicher lived 101 years
- Valentine J Eicher lived 100 years
- Edith Eicher lived 99 years
- Marie Eicher lived 100 years
- Mathew Eicher lived 99 years
- Wilbur Emerson Eicher lived 98 years
- Irma F Eicher lived 98 years
- Annabelle Eicher lived 96 years
the Story goes that Cornelious Vanderbilt and a Daniel Eicher had bought Staten Island.
A few years after they got located the English took it away from them. Cornelious Vanderbilt stayed.
Daniel Eicher being a Mennonite was non resistant and took the first ship to Philadelphia and joined the William Penn Colony.
The Eichers of today say they may wish that Daniel had not been so "vare Los", for they might be in Vanderbilts class now.
The question often comes up whether the world is growing better or worse. Mr. Eicher said,"I don't think I am better than my ancestors:they were just as honest as we dare to be".
These reunions were over 70 years ago in S.E. Iowa.