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Mary (Smith) Tucker (1759 - 1857)

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Mary "Molly" Tucker formerly Smith
Born in Orange Co., Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Mt. Airy, Surry Co., North Carolinamap
Profile last modified 7 Sep 2019 | Created 9 Sep 2014 | Last significant change: 7 Sep 2019
21:46: Rebecca (Tucker) Morris edited the Biography for Mary (Smith) Tucker (1759-1857). [Thank Rebecca for this]
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Biography

Mary Smith was born 23 February 1759 in Orange, Virginia, the daughter of Charles Smith and Ann Mallory.[1]

In 1830 Mary is a widow and the head of household. Living with her are two unmarried daughters, Nancy and Frances.[2]Mary and her daughters are also listed on the 1840 census.[3]

Mary Smith Tucker passed away in 1857 at the age of 98 years, 2 months and 15 days.[4][5]


Sources

  1. 1850 Mt. Airy, Surry Co., North Carolina U. S. Federal Census, dwelling 491
  2. 1830 Surry County North Carolina U. S. Federal Census, page #136
  3. 1840 Surry County North Carolina U. S. Federal Census, page #86
  4. The Journal of Surry County, North Carolina Genealogical Association, Vol 20, book 1, Spring 2000
  5. Find A Grave Memorial #19115491


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