|Birth: ||Feb. 29, 1837|
|Death: ||Aug. 22, 1916|
The body of A. Rucker, who died at Clay City of cancer, was buried this morning in the Locknane graveyard. Mr. Rucker formerly lived on the Muddy Creek Pike, in this county, and was a prominent and respected citizen. He was 30 years old and a native of Tennessee. He had undergone two operations for cancer but this relief was only temporary.
Lexington Herald - 8/24/1916
Mr. A Rucker, of Clay City, a former resident of Clark county, died Monday night and his remains were brought to this city Tuesday night. His death was due to cancer from which he has been a sufferer for nine years. Mr. Rucker was a native of Tennessee. He is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Elizabeth Tipton, and the following children: Mrs. Lena Walters, Mrs. William Ragland, Mrs. George Ragland and William Rucker, all of Clark county, Mrs. Laura Henry and Eldridge Rucker, of Irvine; Mrs. Jessie Stemp and Claybourne Rucker, of Clay City. The body was buried in the Locknane burying ground Wednesday afternoon.
Winchester Sun - August 23, 1916
Elizabeth Locknane Rucker (1851 - 1875)
Elizabeth Tipton Rucker (1852 - 1918)
Laura Bell Rucker Henry/Lynch (1882 - 1967)*
Note: h/o Elizabeth Locknane & Elizabeth Tipton
Created by: Robin Farley Dixson
Record added: Oct 06, 2003
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