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Marriage: Children:
  1. Bernhard D Stucky: Birth: 28 JAN 1877 in Christian, KS. Death: 22 APR 1943 in Moundridge, KS

  2. Anna Stucky: Birth: 7 SEP 1878 in Christian, KS. Death: 10 JUN 1957 in Hutchinson, KS

  3. Mary M (Maria) Stucky: Birth: 11 SEP 1880 in Christian, KS. Death: 25 JAN 1946 in Bethel Hosp, Newton, KS

  4. Christian Stucky: Birth: 19 JAN 1883 in Christian, KS. Death: 3 AUG 1883 in Christian, KS

  5. Daniel J Stucky: Birth: 27 JUN 1884 in Christian, KS. Death: 9 JUL 1975 in Moundridge, KS

  6. Edward J Stucky: Birth: 9 APR 1887 in Christian, KS. Death: 12 DEC 1956 in Conway Springs, KS

  7. Jonathan Stucky: Birth: 13 DEC 1889 in Christian, KS. Death: 16 DEC 1889 in Christian, KS

  8. John G Stucky: Birth: 12 OCT 1891 in Christian, KS. Death: 18 MAR 1963 in Moundridge, KS

1. Page:   10
2. Page:   CD - Church records - FcBo, p.138-9
3. Page:   Larry Blosser notebooks from Heritage Museum, Mdge, KS
Author:   Eperson or written information
4. Title:   The Preheim Family Record, 1845-1990, The descendents of Jacob, anna (Schrag), & Maria (Waltner) Preheim
Author:   Schrag, Adina (Preheim), et al compilers
Publication:   Pine Hill Press, Inc., Freeman, SD, 1990

a. Note:   (As I remember Grandpa Stuckys by Agnes Graber) Grandma & Grandpa Stucky lived two miles south of Moundridge and were farmers. There all of their six children were born and grew up. After their children were grown and married, they moved to Moundridge and their son, Edward, lived on the home place. Years later, the house, a big two story house was destroyed by fire. Grandpa Stucky was born in 1846 and died at the age of 68, leaving grandmother to live by herself until she no longer was able to keep house. After that she took turns living with her children. She stayed with each family a month. At the Graber home, the south bedroom was hers. She was a meek, loving, and hard working person. I remember her helping us in the kitchen and always helping to wash dishes. She also mended the boys overalls and other clothing for us. Some remember her going fishing with them down at the creek. Others remember hearing her praying out loud before she went to bed at night. She was always interested in our welfare. In later years, due to hardening of the arteries, she couldn't remember any more and needed more care. She died in the Hutchinson hospital because she happened to be at the John P O Graber home at the time. Grandpa and Grandma Stucky are both buried in the First Menn. Church of Christian cementary in Moundridge. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.