Note: 1920 U.S. Federal Census Kanawha County, West Virginia 95-31 (in file) Note: Was Curtis Tucker previously married to Delilah? The three youngest boys were found living as boarders in 1930 (Kanawha ED #41 image 38) but without parents.
1930 U.S. Federal Census [see wife's listing]
Certificate of Death Name: Curtis Tucker Sex: male Death Date: 16 Feb 1935 Death Place: Kanawha, West Virginia Age at Death: Burial Place: Burial Date: Cemetery: Ingrim Cemetery Funeral Home: Birth Date: Birth Place: Marital Status: Spouse: Occupation: Address: Residence: Mother: Mother's Birth Place: Father: William Tucker Father's Birth Place: Informant: (check image)
Publication: Charleston Gazette (Charleston, West Virginia) Published: Tuesday, February 19, 1935 Page 12 Headline: The Rev. Curtis Tucker Funeral services for the Rev. Curtis Tucker, 50, of Walnut street, who died Saturday, were to be held at the Parsons chapel this morning at ten o'clock. The Rev. Andrew Chaffer is to officiate. Burial is to be in the family cemetery. The Rev. Curtis Tucker served Advent churches at Cedar Grove and near Poca. Surviving arc his widow, Mrs. Minnie (sic, Maggie) Tucker; one daughter, Mrs. Otis Sovine; four sons, Thomas Lee Tucker, William Tucker, Doyle Tucker and Curtis Tucker, Jr.; two stepdaughters, Macel Ingram and Alice Ingram, and six (sic, five) stepsons, John Ingram, Fletcher Ingram, James Ingram, Oscar Ingram and Ray Ingram, all of Charleston.
Note: Stepdaughter Ossie Ingram was omitted in the above obituary.
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