||Davidson (Ribax) Eida
Eida Davidson was born in Krynki, Lithuania. She learned sewing and helped support the family.
At the Eve of World War I, her father and her two sisters came to Eretz Israel. Eida, with her mother and two little brothers, could not follow them and make alia because of the war and were left behind without any means of existence.
In 1921, the family immigrated to Eretz Israel, to Rishon Lezion, and settled near their relatives (Davidson). When Eida and Yoav Davidson got married, they lived several years in the expanded Davidson's house (in the Carmel Street) and in the early thirties moved to their house in the Jerusalem Street.
Eida Davidson helped support the family by her work as a seamstress and later helped her husband in developing the farmstead and - by working there.
After the death of Haya Davidson, the home of Eida and Yoav Davidson became the family center and Eida - the mainstay of the extended family. In this house, many family members were absorbed after the Holocaust, when arriving from the diaspora.
When the children grew up – she turned to volunteering activities and was an active member in "WITZO", in the Committee for the Soldiers, in the League of Fighting Tuberculosis and volunteered in the hospital, "Assaf Harofeh".