Names: Bell, Houston, McDonnald, Reeves, Thomas, Tucker
From: Laurie Huffman [
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2005 12:49 AM
Cc: Kenneth Huffman
Subject: RE: Pleasant Green H. Tucker
Nice to have you back. I checked
page 77, and the burial ground is called
elder) and his three wives do not appear in the county suggests to me that there is a family burial ground in a neighboring county. You might want to do a survey of the connecting counties and see what they have to offer. I checked probates and histories and found no Tuckers, so I think it would be a good idea to check with the Versailles Area Genealogical & Historical Society to see if they have any miscellaneous information in their files on this family.
I am also including here the Tucker listings from the
Hope these listing will be of help to you.
Cemeteries of Brown County, IL 1825-1972 TUCKER CEMETERY, Elkhorn Township, p. 77 (SW 1/4 of Section 7, Elkhorn Township) Recorded by Sibley Gaddis and Meribah Clark in Nov. 1958.
"There used to be a public road starting at the Sam Gerrish place in Section 6,
William McDonnald (Jan 1834-1 May 1868)
Joseph McDonnald (27 Jul 1875-15 Apr 1878) John McDonnald (d. 1846, aged 61 years) Susan McDonnald (Feb. ? - 8 Apr 1874)
L. A. Tucker (d. 1 Mar 1872 aged 29y 6m 5d) Co. C 27th Ill. Inf. (Civil War
Perneta Jane, daughter of C. and M. A. Tucker (d. 14 Sep 1856 aged 3y 2m) Greene, son of R. C. Tucker (d. 10 Mar 1857 aged 1 yr)
Mary A. Tucker (16 Oct 1830-13 May 1889) Dana C. Tucker (1882-1942) This individual is male.
Mattie Thomas, wife of Dana C. Tucker (1880-1942) Coulson Tucker (d. 16 Oct 1889 aged 32y 7m 27d) Francis P.Tucker (d. 21 Nov 1891 aged 22y 2m 24d) Also a male.
TUCKER, PLEASANT G. H. md. BELL, LUCINDA, 09/24/1861, BookA&B, Lic#1038, BROWN Co, IL TUCKER, PLEASANT G. H. md. HOUSTON, ELIZABETH ANN, 08/06/1857, BookA&B, Lic #615, BROWN Co, IL TUCKER, PLEASANT G. H. md. REEVES, POLLY ANN, 12/24/1840, Book A&B, Lic #69, BROWN Co, IL
From: Anita [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2005 11:57 PM
Subject: Pleasant Green H. Tucker
You and Ken have corresponded with me several years ago
I noticed in the cemetery listings a Green Tucker, and
the number 77 after it.
Apparently he had three wives in