Husband: Lewis Tucker (1)
01 (F): MaryAnn Tucker
Born: about 1831 in Of Pequannac, Morris, NJ (6)
Also listed with the family on the 1850 Census is William Heard (sp?) a laborer from England
Deborah is not mentioned by either May Sommers or Mrs. Weber. She is included in the genealogy from Lonnie Demouth McManus. She is also listed in Marsha Bybee's genealogy. She is in the right place, Morris County, marrying a man from the neighborhood, Lewis Tucker of Pequannac. She is at the right time to be Jacob's child. Born in 1809, she would be the youngest, and would come as her mother reached the end of her childbearing years, her early 40's. She also bears her mother's name. Deborah married Lewis Tucker in 1829. Children of theirs that I found are Mary Ann, John Henry, Harriet, Alice, and George W. John Henry died in the Civil War.
[Also listed with the family on the 1850 Census is William Heard (sp?) a laborer from England]
[received 13 Jan 2006]
John Henry Tucker served in the Civil War; Co. K. 1.Reg NJ. Vols. He was a prisoner of war and went home on March 22, 1865. Unfortunately he died the day the war ended which according to his great great grandaughter, Faith Foley, was a palm Sunday. His wife was Mary E. Duffield who died in 1870.
DeMouth Burial Ground
New Jersey, USA
Created by: Dave Peck
Record added: Mar 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35178971
[ 1st Presbyterian Church of Rockaway.]
Revised: November 26, 2016