Alde Louise <I>Tuck</I> Blake

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Alde Louise Tuck Blake

Birth
Falmouth, Cumberland County, Maine, USA
Death
29 Apr 1925 (aged 67)
Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Farmington Falls, Franklin County, Maine, USA Add to Map
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Politician, Educator.
Graduate of Farmington Normal College, Maine. She served as an Alternate Delegate to the Republican National Convention from Michigan in 1920. She was pledged to General Leonard Wood as the candidate for president. (Her Convention dress is at the Grand Rapids, MI public museum.) She was treasurer, Michigan Women's Suffrage Assn., from 1910-1920. Also a prominent teacher she taught Latin in public schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Married:
William Frederick Blake on March 15, 1881 in Brunswick,ME.
They had five children.
Died Age: 67
Paternal Grandparents: Joseph Tuck and Anne Richmond
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Politician, Educator.
Graduate of Farmington Normal College, Maine. She served as an Alternate Delegate to the Republican National Convention from Michigan in 1920. She was pledged to General Leonard Wood as the candidate for president. (Her Convention dress is at the Grand Rapids, MI public museum.) She was treasurer, Michigan Women's Suffrage Assn., from 1910-1920. Also a prominent teacher she taught Latin in public schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Married:
William Frederick Blake on March 15, 1881 in Brunswick,ME.
They had five children.
Died Age: 67
Paternal Grandparents: Joseph Tuck and Anne Richmond
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