William TUCKEY was born 12 Jun 1814 in Cosham, Hampshire, England and died 01 Dec 1864 in Sussex Street, North Adelaide, SA. He married Agnes HENDERSON 01 Jan 1840 in SA. She was born 1820 in Settle, Yorkshire, England and died 16 Jul 1907 in North Adelaide, South Australia
On August 18, 1836, just 50 years ago to-day, the first vessel sent out under the auspices of the Colonization Commissions for South Australia arrived in the colony. I refer to the surveying brig Rapid,162 tons, which left London May 1, 1836, commanded by Colonel William Light, having on board Lieutenant William George Field, R.N., W. J. S. (now Admiral) Pullen, R.N., William Hill, William Jacob, George Claughton, Dr. John Woodforde, Maria Gandy, George Gandy, William Lawes, George Penton, James Freemantle, David Bradley, Sarah Bradley, Alfred Barker, William Chatfield, John Thorn, John Duncan, George Childs, George Mildred, Robert Buck, Robert Buck, jun., William Tuckey, William Bell, William Hodges, Hiram Mildred. Of these there are now remaining — Admiral Pullen, in England ; in the colony, William Jacob, John Thorn, William Hodges, Robert Buck, and Hiram Mildred.
TUCKEY William, age 26, married HENDERSON Agnes, age 20, on 1840-01-01 at Adelaide
↑ Source: #S6 Ade 18 63 Family Notices. (1864, December 2). Given Name(s): William Last Name: TUCKEY Death Date: 01 Dec 1864 Gender: M Age: 51y Approx. Birth Year: 1813 Marital Status: N Relative 1: Thomas TUCKEY (PR) Relative 2: Residence: North Adelaide Death Place: Certainty: 2
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