Family of George TUCKER and Elizabeth UNKNOWN

Husband: George TUCKER (1847- )
Wife: Elizabeth UNKNOWN (1853- )
Children: Ernest TUCKER (1880- )
Emily TUCKER (1883- )
Blanche TUCKER (1885- )
Albert Francis TUCKER (1888-1915)
Florence TUCKER (1890- )
Sydney TUCKER (1892-1977)
Bertie TUCKER (1895- )
Harry TUCKER (1899- )

Husband: George TUCKER

Name: George TUCKER1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1847 Thelbridge, Devon, England1
Occupation 1911 (age 63-64) General Labourer1

Wife: Elizabeth UNKNOWN

Name: Elizabeth UNKNOWN1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1853 Woolfardisworthy, Devon, England1
Occupation 1911 (age 57-58) Charwoman1

Child 1: Ernest TUCKER

Name: Ernest TUCKER1
Sex: Male
Birth 1880 Lapford, Devon, England1
Occupation 1911 (age 30-31) Threshing Machine Labourer1

Child 2: Emily TUCKER

Name: Emily TUCKER1
Sex: Female
Birth 1883 Crediton , Devon, England1

Child 3: Blanche TUCKER

Name: Blanche TUCKER1
Sex: Female
Birth 1885 Down St Mary, Devon, England1

Child 4: Albert Francis TUCKER

Name: Albert Francis TUCKER1
Sex: Male
Birth 1888 Down St Mary, Devon, England1
Occupation 1911 (age 22-23) Farm Labourer1
Death 1915 (age 26-27) France1

Child 5: Florence TUCKER

Name: Florence TUCKER1
Sex: Female
Birth 1890 Down St Mary, Devon, England1

Child 6: Sydney TUCKER

Name: Sydney TUCKER2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mabel Ellen PARTRIDGE (1894-1981)
Birth Q2 1892 Down St Mary, Devon, England
Occupation 1911 (age 18-19) Farm Labourer1
Death 1977 (age 84-85) Salisbury, Wiltshire, England1

Child 7: Bertie TUCKER

Name: Bertie TUCKER1
Sex: Male
Birth 1895 Down St Mary, Devon, England1

Child 8: Harry TUCKER

Name: Harry TUCKER1
Sex: Male
Birth 1899 Morchard Bishop, Devon, England1
Occupation 1911 (age 11-12) Scholar1


1Chris Tucker, grandson of Sidney and Mabel Tucker, "Chris Tucker emails of June 2011".
2"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009