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John Wyatt Armstrong

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John Wyatt Armstrong

Birth
Death
19 Jan 1936 (aged 1 day)
Burial
Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, USA Add to Map
Plot
Block 19, Rucker Tomb
Memorial ID
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The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits on a stone-encased earthen plinth. When the 1912 photo was taken the pyramid stood only on an earthen mound. It was designed and constructed of Washington Granite by F.W. Ladd of Seattle at a cost of $30,000. The original design included a bronze statue of Jane Rucker seated in a chair above the door. The chapel space inside features 22 crypts with fitted closures of polished Barre granite from Vermont. The pyramid sits 204.5 feet above sea level, a full 70 feet higher than the lych gate entrance.
The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits on a stone-encased earthen plinth. When the 1912 photo was taken the pyramid stood only on an earthen mound. It was designed and constructed of Washington Granite by F.W. Ladd of Seattle at a cost of $30,000. The original design included a bronze statue of Jane Rucker seated in a chair above the door. The chapel space inside features 22 crypts with fitted closures of polished Barre granite from Vermont. The pyramid sits 204.5 feet above sea level, a full 70 feet higher than the lych gate entrance.

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