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Elizabeth Martha Tucker

 

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   8991 1.0 Elizabeth Martha Tuckerfemale
16525 Father: Richard Tucker   b. 1822 at Seend, Wiltshire
16526 Mother: Elizabeth Martha Moore   b. 1826 at Seend, Wiltshire
Birth: 1859, at Melksham, WiltshireCensus

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Married: Arthur J Lacey  about 1885BMD
b. 1859, at Therfield, Hertfordshire

   89922.1 Nellie Laceyfemale
Birth: 1886, at Keighley, YorkshireCensus

   89932.2 William A Laceymale
Birth: 1888, at DesboroughCensus

   166392.3 William Thomas Laceymale
Birth: 10 Sep 1894, at DesboroughRN War Graves
Death: 06 Aug 1914, Died from diseaseRN War Graves
Burial: at Naval Cemetery, Capuccini, MaltaRN War Graves

Additional information: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Census Details: at Desborough in 1901 -:-

 


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