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|SG Volunteer||Tucker in Spring Grove|
It looks like Dr. Johnson Mason Tucker is buried in Spring Grove. For whatever reason, they have him under George Tucker in their Locate a Loved One listing. He is #79059315; I just wanted to let you know.
|Colleen Coey Weis||Myra (Payne) Dewey|
Thank you so very much for the transfer of Myra's memorial. Since the 1970s I and two other Payne researchers had hunted for the graves of Myra and her brothers, David Osborne & Judd J. Payne, in Washington with no luck. Myra was named for her aunt Palmyra "Pal" (Payne) Dickinson. Should you ever happen upon graves for David O. or Judd J. (killed in a car accident 1935/1936) or Myra's hus, M. Jay Dewey I would enjoy hearing of this.
Bless you for this transfer!
|Donald Vanderhoff||RE: Re: Agnes Hemmeke Jenkins|
The phone number for the person who takes care of this cemetery is 360-274-7921. You could talk to him and find out hat to do.
|Donald Vanderhoff||Re: Agnes Hemmeke Jenkins|
There is no headstone for this person, however, there are other Jenkins in this cemetery. I did take a photo of the cemetery, which, I will post on Agnes's profile.
|Donald Vanderhoff||Agnes Hemmeke Jenkins|
I will be taking this photo as soon as the snow is gone.
We have found the "family plot" in the Historic Cemetery. The only monument in the plot is that of Ida Votaw Mason and her brother (?) James Votaw
We will keep looking, the office show them as being buried in the cemetery... I will send/post the photos showing the name Votaw and the entrance to their family plot, and the single monument. Sorry.
This area of the Cemetery is difficult to locate graves. The office has problems with locating the records for some.
Added by Ladybug on Jan 23, 2014 6:36 PM
I added your note to her page..Thank you for the update!
I added your not to her page..Thank you for the update!
|anastasia||Tucker Family Migration|
When my grandmother was a child in the 1930's, her grandmother used to tell her stories about coming out to California with a wagon train. Her grandmother was Cyrena Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Tucker Crawford, the eldest sister of Otto Worth Tucker.
My Grandmother is in her 90's now and she still remembers these stories. This is what she has passed on to me:
The Tucker family migrated to California in the spring and summer of 1876. Lizzie was 13 years old. Her Father Welsey and his brother Ephraim Bird had been hired to bring a team of horses out west. Lizzie walked alongside their covered wagon, from Kansas to California, along with her Mother, Missouri Ann, and siblings Ella May, who would have been about 12; Fred, aged about 9; Otto, aged about 6; and Susan, aged about 3. Susan, the baby, died shortly after reaching California.
|anastasia||Tucker Family Pictures|
Hi Susan, I am a descendant of Welsey and Missouri Ann Tucker. I have some beautiful photographs of they and their children, as well as information about their journey from Missouri to California with Welsey's brother Ephraim. I was wondering if you would like to post these photographs on their memorials. I would be happy to email you the images if you would like. Please let me know!
Descendant of Cyrena Tucker Crawford
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