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Ancestors of Robert Carl Cook


      40. Pascal Tucker, born Abt. 1785 in Virginia?; died August 1821 in Green Co., Kentucky. He was the son of 80. Pascal Tucker and 81. Mary Pennington. He married 41. Mary Pentecost February 19, 1803 in Charlotte Co., Virginia (also listed as 2/24/1803).

      41. Mary Pentecost, born Abt. 1783 in Charlotte Co., Virginia; died Aft. 1821 in Jo Davis Co., Illinois. She was the daughter of 82. William Pentecost and 83. Lucy Johns.

Notes for Pascal Tucker:
It seems he stayed in Charlotte Co., VA from 1803-1805 and he is found in Green Co., KY early in 1806. He died in August of 1821 and Mary died soon after that as the children were put or bounded out in December 1821. (from David Gish/dc2it@aol.com)
Will Book 1, Green Co., KY p. 62-63, 8/10/1821: Will of PascL TUCKER; wife Mary gets all my estate during her lifetime; then equally divided among all my children; executors: Robert Spillman & John Pentecost; teste: John B. Brown, John Lilcock; produced in court 10/22/1821; proven by John B. Brown & John Lilcock. (from Dixie McMillen/dlm@ra.msstate.edu)
      Will of Paschal Tucker 1821, Green Co., KY, Will Book No. 2, p. 62-63: In the name of God, Amen. I Paschal Tucker of the County of Green, and State of Kentucky, being very much indisposed but of sound mind and memory, and perfect understanding, convinced of the certainty of death and the uncertainty of when it may happen, do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament in manner and form following.
      In the first place I give to my beloved wife the whole of my estate during her life or widowhood, that after that period I wish the residue of my estate real and personal, not devised, sold on such terms as my executors may think best or proper, and the proceeds of the sale to be equally divided sare and share alike to all my children and to their heirs forever.
      It is my wish and desire that my executors should sell my land or any of the property that they may think would be of advantage to my family, wishing them to use their own discretion in such sale, I do give them full power to do so.
      Lastly, I do hereby appoint my friend Robert Spillman and John Penticost executors of this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 10th day of August 1821.
      Teste: John B. (x) Brown                   his Paschal (x) Tucker mark
      John (x) Silcock (Lilcock)
      At a County Court held for Green Co at the Court house in Greensburgh on 22nd day of October 1821, this last will & testament of Paschal was produced in Court by Robert Spillman and John Penticost the executors therein named and proven by the oath of John B. Brown and John Lilcock the subscribing witness thereto, to have been signed, published and acknowledged as his last will & testament and that at the time of acknowledging the same they believed him to be in perfect mind and memory, and the same is ordered to be recorded, which is done. Teste: John Barrett, CGC


More About Pascal Tucker:
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Census1: 1810, Johnson Co., North Carolina
Census2: 1812, Green Co., Kentucky
Census3: 1820, Green Co., Kentucky
Census4: 1840, Green Co., Kentucky
Migration: Bef. 1806, From VA to Green Co., KY
Military service: Revolutionary War, Continental Battalion, Lt. Col. John McIntosh, Commander; Sgt.
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Nell Boersma/nboer@aol.com
Source3: Http://pentecost.org/WilliamPentecost/fam00058.htm
Tax List: Bet. 1806 - 1821, Green Co., Kentucky

More About Mary Pentecost:
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Source: Http://pentecost.org/WilliamPentecost/fam00058.htm
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: Will of William Pentecost; 8/28/1804; filed 2/11/1805

More About Pascal Tucker and Mary Pentecost:
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Bond: William Pentecost, father; Lewis Beadles, surety
Marriage: February 19, 1803, Charlotte Co., Virginia (also listed as 2/24/1803)
Marriage2: By Rev. John Chappell
Source1: Will of William Pentecost
Source2: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source3: Carolyn S. Peters/foxrock@aol.com
Source4: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & Georgia G. Beard, p. 46
     
Children of Pascal Tucker and Mary Pentecost are:
  i.   Mildred Tucker, born 1805 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died July 1870 in Hart Co., Kentucky; married Tapley Gupton June 06, 1822 in Green Co., Kentucky; born 1799 in Green Co., Kentucky; died June 1863 in Green Co., Kentucky.
  Notes for Mildred Tucker:
1838 Green Co., KY School District, Dist. #38, Paskel Tucker had 1 chld under the age of 7 in his household.


  More About Mildred Tucker:
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Cause of Death: Consumption
Census1: 1850, Green Co., Kentucky; dwelling 186; age 45
Census2: 1860, Green Co., Kentucky; age 50; cannot read/right, b. KY
Fact: Robert Spillman was guardian for her and serveral sisters after the death of her father
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families; Annis Shipp & GG Beart, 1975
Source4: Betty S. Cravens/cravensb@kih.com

  Notes for Tapley Gupton:
1838 Green Co. School District Enumeration; Dist. 35: Tapely Gupton has 3 children, ages 7-17, and 3 children under 7. His land evidently included the Willie Curry place and the cemetery where most of the Guptons are buried. The cemetery was called "Malden" by the older people; said to be a fort nearby. Presently this is called Neagle Cemetery.
According to VAN HOOKK & ALLIED FAMILIES, by Mrs. Bernice H. Keister: they were know to be living at Thurlow during the Civil War. Dan Gupley tells of being at his Uncle Tapley's when a company of rebel soldiers stopped to ask why the road was so cut up by horses hoofs, if there had been Union soldiers by, and when he insisted that there had not , they accused him of lying and put a rope around his neck, saying they would hang him if he did not tell the truth. Dan was a boy of 14-15 and he ran hom and told his father that they were hanging Uncle Tapely, but a man in the compny of soldiers came forward to say he knew him and that he was telling the truth and he was saved from hanging. Tapely died before 6/6/1863, as a copy of the sale of Tapley Gupton, dec.d is found in Sale Book 10, Green Co., KY; recorded in County Clerk's office 6/29/1863; Mildred Gupton, adminstrator.
Most of Tapely's family went to Hart Co., KY. Hart Co. records burned so there is nothing at all on some of the children.
Apprentice Orders, Green Co., KY, p. 127; 9/15/1828: Parskell TUCKE was appointed apprentice to Tapley Gupton, wagonmaking to age 21. Robert Spillman released from bond binding Tucker to him to learn the art of shoemaking.

  More About Tapley Gupton:
Census1: 1850, Green Co., Kentucky/ age 51
Census2: 1860, Green Co., Kentucky; age 63, farmer, b. KY
Occupation: Millwright
Residence: Thurlow, Green Co., Kentucky
Residence2: January 02, 1827, Had a home at Ft. Malden, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: David Gish/dc2it@aol.com
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families; Annis Shipp & GG Beart, 1975

  More About Tapley Gupton and Mildred Tucker:
Bond: June 05, 1822, Bond by Tapely Gupton & Robert Spilman; married by Thomas Lasley
Clergyman: Thomas Lasley
Marriage: June 06, 1822, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: Christi DuPree/Cimerron, KS
Source2: Green Co., KY Marriage Records 1793-1836, p. 43
Surety: Tapley Gupton & Robert Spillman

  ii.   William H. Tucker, born November 17, 1806 in Kentucky; died June 02, 1877 in Greensburg, Green Co., Kentucky; married Malinda Sherrill November 17, 1828 in Green Co., Kentucky; born July 30, 1808 in Kentucky; died April 01, 1889 in Green Co., Kentucky.
  Notes for William H. Tucker:
Orphaned at age 8-10. Bound out to learn the shoemaker's trade. From Order Book 7, Green Co., KY, 1/21/1822, p. 109: An indenture of apprenticeship from the Clerk of Green binding William Tucker to John Sherrill until he arives to the age of 21 years to learn the art and mastery of shoe and book making was presented into court acknowledged.
William became a ward of Robert Spilman 7/15/1822 in Green Co., KY. Frederick & David Moss were sureties.
In the 1850 Taylor Co., Kentucky census, Eveline Sherrill is listed as being 37 yrs old; deaf/dumb (she is sister of Malinda).

  More About William H. Tucker:
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Burial: Unknown, Greensburg Cemetery, Greensburg, Green Co., Kentucky
Census: 1850, Taylor Co., Kentucky, dwelling 205; age 43
Census2: 1860, Green Co., Kentucky; dwelling 119, family 118; age 53; shoemaker
Government Service: Bet. 1862 - 1866, Jailor & Sheriff of Green Co., Kentucky
Migration: 1841, Moved from Taylor to Green Co., KY; purchased a farm located about 3 mi. e of Campbellsville.
Migration2: Bet. 1852 - 1855, Moved to Greensburg from Taylor Co., KY
Occupation: shoemaker and farmer
Religion: Baptist; deacon for many years of United Baptist Church
Residence1: Bet. 1841 - 1855, Taylor Co., Kentucky, east of Campbellsville; farmer
Residence2: Bet. 1855 - 1861, Greensburg, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: Willliam Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Cemetery Record/tombstone
Source3: Joan Flatt Tucker/joanflatt@hotmail.com
Source4: Autobiography of Capt. Elijah F. Tucker, Green Co., Review, Jan. 1988
Source5: Bible of William Tucker
Source6: Cemeteries of Green Co., KY, Vol. 4
Source7: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu

  Notes for Malinda Sherrill:
Malinda Sherrill Tucker's Obituary from The Greensburg RECORDER: Mrs. Melinda died April 1, 1889, age 80 years and 8 months. Mother Tucker and her husband William were baptised into the fellowship of Greensburg Church by Rev. Jonathan Graham, 1884. Out of a family of 9 children, 5 still liev, all following Mother's God and all but 1 members here; one is a deacon. Mother Tucker was a sister to Mason W. Sherrill, so well known to readers of the RECORDER. Her husband died 12 years ago, yet her life has not been one of repining but active work and joyful expetation.... Greensburg, KY RECORDER April, 1889.

  More About Malinda Sherrill:
Burial: Unknown, Greensburg Cemetery, Greensburg, Green Co., Kentucky
Census: 1850, Taylor Co., Kentucky, dwelling 205; age 42
Census2: 1860, Green Co., Kentucky; age 51
Source: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source2: Cemetery Record/tombstone
Source3: Bible of William Tucker
Source4: Cemeteries of Green Co., KY, Vol. 4
Source5: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com

  More About William Tucker and Malinda Sherrill:
Bond: November 17, 1828, Green Co., Kentucky
Marriage: November 17, 1828, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Old Marriage Certificates Book C 1836-1681, Green Co., KY, by Judy Froggett & Ruth Perkins, 1984, p. 74
Source3: Bible of William Tucker
Source4: Green Co., KY Marriages 1793-1836, by Green Co., KY Hist. Soc.
Surety: William Tucker & John V. Harris

  20 iii.   Eppes Tucker, born January 16, 1809 in Green Co., Kentucky; died February 18, 1880 in Green Co., Kentucky; married Lucinda Webb Abt. November 22, 1838 in Green Co., Kentucky.
  iv.   Daniel Tucker, born Bet. 1810 - 1811; died Bef. 1821.
  More About Daniel Tucker:
Fact: Undocumented person; from 1820 census records; not listed in court records with other minor children
Source: David Gish/dc29t@aol.com

  v.   Jane Tucker, born Bet. 1811 - 1812 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died Unknown; married Thomas I. Townes November 13, 1834 in Green Co, Kentucky; born Abt. 1812 in Green Co., Kentucky; died Unknown.
  More About Jane Tucker:
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Fact: Robert Spillman was guardian for her and several sisters after the death of her father
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Autobiography of Capt. Elijah F. Tucker, Green Co., Review, Jan. 1988
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & G. G. Beard, 1975

  More About Thomas I. Townes:
Census: 1850, Farmer
Residence: Taylor Co., Kentucky
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Autobiography of Capt. Elijah F. Tucker, Green Co., Review, Jan. 1988
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & G. G. Beard, 1975

  More About Thomas Townes and Jane Tucker:
Marriage: November 13, 1834, Green Co, Kentucky
Marriage2: Consent by Robt. Spellman, guardian; by Rev. James Price
Source: The Van Hooks, p. 286
Source2: Green Co., Kentucky Marriage Book 1793-1836
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families, by A.G. Shipp & g. G. Beard, 1971

  vi.   Pascal Tucker, born Bet. 1811 - 1812 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died Aft. August 1852 in Green Co., Kentucky; married Elizabeth Ann George April 04, 1837 in Green Co, Kentucky; born Abt. 1814 in Green Co., Kentucky; died November 07, 1873 in Green Co., Kentucky.
  Notes for Pascal Tucker:
From Order Book 7, Green Co., KY, 1/21/1822, p. 109: An indenture of apprenticeship from Clerk of Green to Robert Spilman binding Paschal Tucker to learn the art and mastery of shoe making until he arives to the age of 21 was presented in court acknowledged and ordered to be recorded.
      Paschal Tucker deposed his statement in Green Co KY, Circuit Case#8190, 3/20/1843; Zachariah Eastin V. Wm Wilcoxson. Z.K. Eastin states that 1/1843, Wm Wilcoxson assaulted him with force. He beat him so badly that his life was endangered. He was wounded with a knife and is suing for $5000. Tucker says, "I was present when Wm Wilcoxson stabbed Eastin with a comon hawk bill pocket knife. Wm Buckner was holding Eastin when he was stabbed in the left side. I thought it had killed him and it did disable him for many weeks. It was a bad wound. It was 5-6 inches in length and went to the hollow of his body. Both men were striking and Buckner pushed Eastin back against the counter. Eastin was bent over the counter and Buckner left him. It would endanger his life to attend court. He also had a mark on his troat made with the knife and his coat was cut. He had on a frock coat with black or blue velvet on it." Wilcoxson states he did not use any more force than necessary in the fight. He struck in self-defense. Jury found for Wilcoxson.

  More About Pascal Tucker:
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AKA (Facts Pg): Paschal Tucker
Census: 1840, Green Co., Kentucky
Census2: 1850, Green Co., Kentucky; age 38, mechanick
Census3: 1860, Green Co., KY; age 48, farmer, b. KY
Fact: August 07, 1852, Deposition in a land dispute re: Craddock, Cook, et al; from Green Co., KY Abstracts of Circuit Court Records, Vol. 6, by B. Wright; p. 22-23
Occupation: 1850, Mechanick (per census); farmer
Religion: Baptist
Source: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & G. G. Beard, 1975
Source2: Http://pentecost.org/WilliamPentecost/fam00058.htm
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families; Annis Shipp & GG Beart, 1975
Source4: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source5: Betty S. Cravens/bettyjo42718@yahoo.com

  Notes for Elizabeth Ann George:
From Green Co., KY Abstracts of Circuit Court Records, Vol. 3, by B. Wright, p. 6: Green Co., KY Circuit case # 509, 9/16/11874; R. E. Tucker, et al v. Letha Sherrill, et al: Eliza Tucker departed this life in 1873 in Green Co. She left the following children (1) RE Tucker, (2) Mildred Gupton m. James W. Gupton, (3) Letha A. Sherrill m. William B. Sherrill, (4) Mary S. Davis m. T. W. Davis, (5) Luan Goalder m. M. P. Goalder, (6) Charles S. M. Tucker - under 21, (7) Hayden P. Tucker - under 21, (8) Ellen Tucker - under 21, (9) Emily F. Tucker - under 21. Eliza Tucker owns a tract of land, about 50 acres in Green Co. on Greasy Creek and the same on which RE TUcker now lives. The land is situated so that it cannot be divided. The heirs want a commissioner to sell the land. The land was sold on 6/21/1875. M. P. Goalder was the highest bidder.

  More About Elizabeth Ann George:
Burial: November 08, 1873, Green Co., Kentucky
Census: 1850, Green Co., KY; age 35, listed as Eliza
Census2: 1860, Green Co., KY; age 37, b. KY
Census3: 1870, Green Co., Kentucky; 273/278, age 52, keeps house, 300/400, b. KY
Residence: Property on Greasy Creek, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Http://pentecost.org/WilliamPentecost/fam00058.htm
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families; Annis Shipp & GG Beart, 1975
Source4: Land Indenture Aug. 1832, Green Co., KY Deed Book
Source5: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source6: Dept. of Library & Archives, Frankfort, KY
Source7: Betty S. Cravens/bettyjo42718@yahoo.com

  More About Pascal Tucker and Elizabeth George:
Bond: April 03, 1837, Green Co., Kentucky
Fact: Pattison T. Parsons swore parents did not object
Marriage: April 04, 1837, Green Co, Kentucky
Marriage2: By Rev. Alex'r Gupton
Source: Debbie McNabb/fmc-remdam@worldnet.att.net
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & Georgia G. Beard, p. 46
Source4: Dept. of Library & Archives, Frankfort KY
Source5: Green Co. Marriage Book, 1836-1861

  vii.   Richard Peter Tucker, born Bet. 1813 - 1814 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died May 10, 1871 in Green Co., Kentucky; married Moriah Jane George March 18, 1846 in Green Co, Kentucky; born Abt. 1816 in Kentucky; died March 21, 1890.
  More About Richard Peter Tucker:
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Cause of Death: "milk sick"
Census: 1850, Green Co., Kentucky
Census2: 1860, Green Co., Kentucky; dwelling 358; age 44; farmer, b. KY
Census3: 1870, Green Co., Kentucky; dwelling 242; pg. 49; age 55
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Source: Betty S. Cravens/bettyjo42718@yahoo.com

  More About Moriah Jane George:
Census: 1850, Green Co., Kentucky
Census2: 1860, Green Co., Kentucky; age 44, b. KY; listed as Maria L.
Census3: 1870, Green Co., Kentucky; age 54; keeps house
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families; Annis Shipp & GG Beart, 1975
Source4: Betty S. Cravens/bettyjo42718@yahoo.com

  More About Richard Tucker and Moriah George:
Bond: March 19, 1846, Horace C. Buckner on bond
Consent: Given for the bride by her mother, Susan George
Marriage: March 18, 1846, Green Co, Kentucky
Source: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source2: Old Marriage Certificates Book C 1836-1681, Green Co., KY, by Judy Froggett & Ruth Perkins, 1984, p. 109
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & Georgia G. Beard, p. 46

  viii.   John H. Tucker, born 1815 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died Unknown; married Mary Williams Mottley July 19, 1836 in Green Co., Kentucky; born November 21, 1817; died Unknown.
  Notes for John H. Tucker:
From Order Book 7, Green Co., KY, 1/21/1822, p. 109: An indenture of apprenticeship from the Clerk of Green binding John Tucker to John Brown to the age of 21 years to learn the art of a wheelright was presented into court acknowledged and ordered to be recorded.

  More About John H. Tucker:
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Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Green Co., Kentucky marriage records 1793-1836
Source3: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & G. G. Beard, 1975

  More About Mary Williams Mottley:
Guardian appointment: Josiah Brummal
Source: David Gish/dc2it@aol.com
Source2: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & G. G. Beard, 1975
Source3: Green Co., KY Marriages 1836-1861
Source4: Green Co., KY Marriages 1793-1836
Source5: Tiffany Luchetta/tluchetta@aol.com

  More About John Tucker and Mary Mottley:
Bond: No date
Consent: C. Josiah/Joseph Brummel, Guardian
Fact: Mary W. Mottley on marriage records
Marriage: July 19, 1836, Green Co., Kentucky
Marriage2: By Rev. Z. Worley
Source: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & Georgia G. Beard, p. 46
Source2: Green Co. Marriage Book C, 1836-1861
Source3: Green Co., KY Marriages 1793-1836
Surety: Josiah Brummal, guardian

  ix.   Sarah Tucker, born Bet. 1816 - 1817 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died Bet. 1843 - 1844 in Green Co., Kentucky; married James Wilburn Sherrill Abt. October 08, 1833 in Green Co, Kentucky; born Bet. 1810 - 1811 in Green Co., Kentucky; died June 21, 1854 in Green Co., Kentucky.
  More About Sarah Tucker:
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Fact: Robert Spillman was guardian for her and serveral sisters after the death of her father
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu

  Notes for James Wilburn Sherrill:
1838 Green Co., KY School District, Dist. #38: James W. Sherrill had 3 children under the age of 7 in his household.
In the settlement of his estate, it shows a debt of $4.00 for his coffin and $8.00 for the cost of his 2 children's coffins.

  More About James Wilburn Sherrill:
Cause of Death: Congestive fever
Medical Information: 2 of his children died with in days of him of the same cause.
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: Green Co., Kentucky Death Records, GC Rev. 44

  More About James Sherrill and Sarah Tucker:
Bond: October 08, 1833, Green Co., Kentucky
Marriage: Abt. October 08, 1833, Green Co, Kentucky
Source: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & Georgia G. Beard, p. 46
Source2: Green Co., Kentucky Marriage Book 1793-1836
Surety: James W. Sherrill & Paschal Tucker

  x.   Mary B. Tucker, born Abt. 1819; died Unknown; married Greenberry Rhea Abt. August 17, 1840 in Green Co., Kentucky; died Unknown.
  More About Mary B. Tucker:
Source: David Gish/dc2it@aol.com

  More About Greenberry Rhea:
Source: David Gish/dc2it@aol.com

  More About Greenberry Rhea and Mary Tucker:
Bond: August 17, 1840, Green Co., Kentucky
Marriage: Abt. August 17, 1840, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: Old Marriage Certificates, Bk. C, 1836-1861, Green Co., KY
Surety: James D. Mottley

  xi.   Harriet P. Tucker, born 1820 in Surry or Charlotte Co., Virginia; died Unknown; married John Wood Abt. June 22, 1842 in Green Co., Kentucky; died Unknown.
  More About Harriet P. Tucker:
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Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Autobiography of Capt. Elijah F. Tucker, Green Co., Review, Jan. 1988
Source3: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source4: The Guptons & Related Families, by A. G. Shipp & G. G. Beard, 1975

  More About John Wood:
Residence: Taylor Co., Kentucky
Source: William Rhine/maurygray@hotmail.com
Source2: Dixie McMillin/dlm@ra.msstate.edu
Source3: Autobiography of Capt. Elijah F. Tucker, Green Co., Review, Jan. 1988

  More About John Wood and Harriet Tucker:
Bond: June 22, 1842, Signed by Richard Tucker
Marriage: Abt. June 22, 1842, Green Co., Kentucky
Source: Old Marriage Certificates, Bk. C, 1836-1861, Green Co., KY




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