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Joseph Tuck
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Birth: Jul. 4, 1800
Halifax County
Virginia, USA
Death: May 25, 1887
Brighton
Polk County
Missouri, USA

Son of CARY TUCK & NANCY STANLEY

Occupation: Farmer

Married: Jan 13, 1825, ELIZABETH BOND, Blount Co., Tennessee

Ten children:
1. Philo TUCK
1826 - 1906
2. Orlena Sallie TUCK
1828 - 1848
3. Anna N. TUCK
1831 - 1914
4. Henry TUCK
1833 - 1863
5. Edward Cary TUCK
1835 - 1903
6. Hiram Newton TUCK
1839 - 1911
7. George Leander "Lee" TUCK
1842 - 1920
8. Miranda Almania TUCK
1844 - 1904
9. Lucretia Elizabeth TUCK
1847 - 1929
10. Joseph Benjamin TUCK
1851 - 1904
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Col. Cary Tuck (1762 - 1836)
  Nancey Stanley Tuck (1771 - 1855)
 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Bond Tuck (1809 - 1891)
 
 Children:
  Philo Tuck (1826 - 1906)*
  Orlena Tuck Ruyle (1828 - 1848)*
  Anna Tuck Lowe (1831 - 1914)*
  Henry Tuck (1833 - 1863)*
  Edward Cary Tuck (1835 - 1903)*
  Hiram Newton Tuck (1839 - 1911)*
  George Leander Tuck (1842 - 1920)*
  Marinda Almania Tuck Robertson (1844 - 1904)*
  Lucretia Elizabeth Tuck Mitchell (1847 - 1929)*
  Joseph Benjamin Tuck (1851 - 1904)*
 
 Siblings:
  George William Tuck (1794 - ____)*
  Thomas Tuck (1795 - 1848)*
  Cary Tuck (1797 - 1866)*
  Joseph Tuck (1800 - 1887)
  William Tuck (1804 - 1897)*
  Hiram Tuck (1807 - 1866)*
  Nancy Tuck Matthews (1809 - 1859)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Brighton Cemetery
Brighton
Polk County
Missouri, USA
 
Created by: Michele Snider
Record added: Oct 18, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7998095
Joseph Tuck
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Joseph Tuck
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- Catherine Clemens Sevenau
 Added: Feb. 3, 2014
Looney Township was the first settled part of the county. Benjamin Looney, for whom it was named, located there in 1833, and died in 1875. Among the other early comers were John Mooney, Richard T. Sage, Samuel Asher, John Ross, David Ross, Aaron Ruyle, Gi...(Read more)
- TJ Cochran
 Added: Dec. 27, 2006

- Michele Snider
 Added: Oct. 18, 2003
 
 
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