Jeanne, I found this, thought it was the right one based on the infor on the 1900 census saying how long they had been married.I guess Catherine was a form of Akers/Eckert after all.No telling were the King name came from. I still did not find Jacob on the 1860 census.
LDS IGI JACOB DILLERMaleFamily Event(s):Birth:Christening:Death:Burial: Marriages: Spouse:CATHERINE ECKERTFamilyMarriage:09 NOV 1860, Hamilton, Ohio Messages: Extracted record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date. Source Info: Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type: M513452 1860-1861 0344481 V.25, 28 Film NONE Sheet: 00
1860 Hamilton Co., OH census, 14th District, Cincinnati PO, sheet 18d, pg 422a, enumerated 6-19-1860 896 1227 Adam Cramer 45 M Liquor Store $1500 Bavaria Sybella 38 F Bavaria Morris 18 M Clerk Bavaria Heedwidge 17 F Bavaria Max Nathan 25 M Jeweler $1000 Bavaria Maurice 23 M Liquor Store $800 Bavaria August Ragner 26 M Clerk $800 Bavaria 896 1227 Catherine Eckert 19 F Servant Wuertemberg