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Note: The Luckeys are an off-shoot of my tree with no direct relationship. I do not intend to follow any further. If anyone wants to take over as manager I will gladly hand them over. - GHW.
- George Henry Luckey was born 4 Nov 1858 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA  to Gerhard Unlucke and Unknown. (Parents are from Season, I have not verified them.)
- George passed away 30 Aug 1928 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA and is buried at Spring Grove Cemetery, Tippecanoe, Indiana, USA; Plot: Sec. 71 Lot 166.
- Entered by Gary H White
- George married Kathryn Lucy Mcdonald in 1881 in Union City, Adams, Indiana, USA. They had 8 or possibly 9 children:
- William Harry Luckey (1883 – 1956)
- George Albert Anthony Luckey (1885 – 1965)
- Mary Alma Luckey (1887 – 1984)
- Anna Camille Luckey (1891 – 1974)
- Florence Luckey (1894 – 1988)
- Kathryn Luckey (1898 – 1982)
- Robert Otto Luckey (1901 – 1983)
- Alexander McDonnell "Don" Luckey (1902 – 1989)
- There is a Louis Luckey listed in the 1910 census for the St. Joseph Orphan Asylum. I have not found any other records as of yet.
- He married second: Fanny May Botley 5 Jun 1912 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA. (Date not verified)
- 1880 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
- 1900 Cincinnati Ward 12, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
- 1920 Cincinnati Ward 12, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
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Stories, Other Background Information, etc.
- WikiTree profile Luckey-23 created through the import of NEWEST BACKUP_2011-10-12.ged on Oct 13, 2011 by Season McMillan.
- There had been no activity for this profile since its creation in 2011. After repeated attempts to contact Season McMillan with no response, Gary White accepted the orphaned profile in June 2015 and re-worked the profile to its present form. Redundant citations were consolidated and areas of differences noted but kept. Most references to undocumented Family Trees were removed as I don't consider them reliable sources. Gary H White
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave Memorial# 133354637 for George H Luckey. 
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Luckey, George H 1900 Census Place Cincinnati Ward 12, Hamilton, Ohio
- ↑ Luckey, George 1880 Census Place Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
- ↑ Luckey, George 1920 Census Place Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
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