Aug. 11, 1882 Spring Place Murray County Georgia, USA
The 1830 Census Surry County,NC page #116 list Churchwell Tucker 1 WM under 5, 1 WM 20-30, 2 WF under 5, 1 WF 5-10, 1 WF 20-30 living in the county.
The 1840 Census Division #825 page 9 Murray County,GA list C.B. Tucker 2 WM under 5, 1 WM 10-15, 1 WM 30-40, 2 FM 5-10, 2 WF 10-15, 1 WF 15-20 1 WF 30-40.
The September 30, 1850 Census 63rd Subdivision Murray County,GA list C.B. Tucker age 45 farming wife Rosamond (McKiney) Tucker age 45 children Lucy A. age 24, Jesse B. age 23, Mildred B. age 20, Elizabeth M. age 18, Martha J. age 16, Mary E. age 16, Joseph age 12, John C.W. age 10, Narcissa A. age 8, and James K.P. age 3 living in household #631. Real estate value 1,500.
The July 25, 1860 Census Holly Creek Post Office District #984 (Tuckers District) Murray County,GA list C.B. Tucker age 54 farmer wife RosyMonda (McKiney) Tucker age 53 daughters Lucy A. age 33, Mildred B. age 28, Mary E. age 23, Narcissa age 17, sons Joseph M. age 22 farm laborer, John W. age 20 farm laborer, James K.P. age 12 living in household #620, also in this household Maxwell Corbin age 20 farm laborer. Value of real estate 3,000, value of personal estate 300.
The June 24, 1870 Census Spring Place Post Office District #984 Murray County,GA list Churchwell B. Tucker age 64 farmer wife Rosamond (McKiney) Tucker age 62 keeping house and daughters Lucy A. age 40, Mildred age 36, and Mary E. age 31 living in household #157, also in this household Fillmore Webster age 20 farm laborer. Value of real estate 1500, value of personal estate 700.
The June 23,1880 Census Eighth Militia District #984 Murray County,GA list Church B. Tucker age 75 farmer daughters Lucy Ann age 45, Mildred B. age 38 living in household #396. Others in same household are Robert C. Tucker age 12 grand-son, Dora Tucker age 10 grand-daughter Charles B. Tucker age 8 grand-son, children of James K.P. Tucker youngest son of Churchwell B. Tucker.
Churchwell B. Tucker was born April 30, 1805 in Surry County, NC, son of Branch and Lucy (Blakey) Tucker. Churchwell married Rosamond Maude McKiney on July 11, 1823. Churchwell Tucker and family left NC and settle in Murray County, GA in the late 1830's (between 1834 & 1838) according to the Murray County, GA Heritage Book. His family was one of the early pioneers' settlers of the county. Some say the Tuckers were in Murray County before the Indians were removed. In some early county records (1863) the Eighth District is called "Tucker's District". Churchwell and Lucy had a large family, six girls and four boys. Churchwell B. Tucker was appointed Postmaster at the Holly Creek Post Office Murray County, GA on December 15, 1851, and served until approximately December 21, 1853, when his successor, Elijah M. Ellis was appointed. He was appointed Postmaster again on April 22, 1857, and served until the post office was discontinued on September 28,1866. Churchwell also was active in his church (New Prospect Baptist Church) where he served as Church Clerk from 1851-1866. (I have a copy of the original minutes from that period.) Churchwell, wife Lucy and other members of the family are buried in the church cemetery.
C.B. Tucker age 59 years 6 months farmer born North Carolina is listed on the roll of the 43rd Senatorial District Georgia Militia #984 (Tucker's) - Murray County, as required by the Act of 14th December 1863 for reorganizing the militia of the State of Georgia.