|Birth: ||Nov. 13, 1887|
|Death: ||Jun. 21, 1976|
Daughter of and Lucinda Jane (nee Christian) and Thomas Joseph Tucker. Mother of three. Married Frank Houston Hamblin on 21 Feb 1906. She motored to Riverside, California in 1923 with her husband Frank, children, and brother "Bill" Tucker. Returned to Oklahoma by train after Frank died.
Married Ben Massey 16 Jul 1925. Owned and operated the H&H Lunchroom and Cafe between Haileyville and Hartshorne, Oklahoma with husband Ben.
Owned a cotton gin in Littlefield, Texas with partners Ben (husband), Daisy (daughter) and George Spears (son-in-law). Sold cotton to the government during WWII. Owned several producing oil wells.
Spent her final years in a nursing home, being cared for by her niece Louise. Louise shared that Effie was tough as nails. She was very kind to my family and pleasant to be around.
1900 US Census: Township 4, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory
1910 US Census: Haileyville Ward 4, Pittsburg, Oklahoma
1920 US Census: Dow, Pittsburg, Oklahoma
1930 US Census: Dow, Pittsburg, Oklahoma
1940 US Census: Lamb County, Texas
She enjoyed traveling and photographed everywhere she went. She had boxes of photographs which disappeared into obscurity after her death.
Thomas Joseph Tucker (1860 - 1911)
Lucinda Jane Christian Tucker (1861 - 1917)
Frank Houston Hamblin (1884 - 1923)
Benjamin Franklin Massey (1885 - 1965)*
Daisy Pearl Hamblin Spears (1907 - 1969)*
Ulos Frank Hamblin (1910 - 1974)*
Earnest Edward Hamblin (1913 - 1915)*
Littlefield Memorial Park
Created by: 47650891
Record added: Nov 29, 2012
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