Information from "Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Cowne, Gough & Associated Families, Volume 2", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith © 1998.
Charles Tuckett , b. abt. 1699, St. Thomas, Exeter, Devon, England; m. 20 Apr 1724, St. Thomas, Exeter, Devon, England to Martha Darvis , b. abt 1703, St. Thomas, Exeter, Devon, England. Charles & Martha (Darvis) Tuckett had:
Charles Tuckett /Tucker, son of Charles & Martha (Darvis) Tuckett/Tucker , chr. 27 May 1725, St. Thomas, Exeter, Devon, England; m. 18 Feb 1757 to Mary Burridge , daughter of Samuel & Mary Burridge, chr. 28 Jun 1725, Topsham, Devon, Engand; bur. 2 Jan 1794, Devon, England. Charles & Mary (Burridge) Tuckett had three (3) children:
, chr. 5 Jun 1754, Skillingford, Devon, England.
2. Charles , chr. 25 Feb 1761, Devon, England; d. 1803; m. 13 Jan 1792 to Mary Hawkins .
3. John , chr. 13 Apr 1764, Devon, England; m. Joanna Fout (?).
2. Charles Tuckett , son of Charles & Mary (Burridge) Tuckett/Tucker, chr. 25 Feb 1761, Devon, England; d. 1803; m. 13 Jan 1792 to Mary Hawkins , daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth (Unknown) Hawkins , chr. 29 May 1763, Kenn, Devon, England. Charles & Mary (Hawkins) Tuckett had three (3) children:
, b. 30 Sept 1794, Devon, England
2.2. Charle s, b. 20 Oct 1799, Devon, England; m. 15 May 1846 to Jane Pattenden .
2.3. Thomas Hawkin, b. 24 Jul 1803, Devon, England.
2.2. Charles Tuckett , son of Charles & Mary (Hawkins) Tuckett , b. 20 Oct 1788, Riverton, Devonshire, England; d. 15 May 1846, London, England, from an operation on his throat for quinsy; m. Jane Pattenden , daughter of John & Elizabeth (Gower) Pattenden , b. 5 Jul 1796, East Grinstead, England; d. 10 Mar 1802.
Jane Pattenden Tuckett , left from England on Wednesday 5 Sept 1849 aboard the ship "Berlin" with Captain Smith of Philadelphia. There were 275 passengers aboard. On the passage to America over 50 passengers and crew members were lost to the Asiatic Cholera. The ship arrived in New Orleans where the ship was put into quarantine for three weeks. Jane Tuckett and family, consisting of Charles, Henry, Joseph, Jane and herself. The family remained in New Orleans for ten months earning a stake before moving on.
In the spring of 1855 the family gathered together to prepare for departure to Utah. The family arrived in Utah before the winter of 1855-1856.
Charles & Jane (Pattenden) Tuckett had nine (9) children:
, b. Sept, 1825, London, England, d. at birth.
2.2.2. Twin son, b. Sept 1825, London, England, d. at birth.
2.2.3. Charles, b. Apr 1827, London, England; d. 1855.
2.2.4. Henry , b. 24 Sept 1831, London, England; d. 30 Jan 1924; ; m 1st Mary Ellen Westwood ; div. 1853; m 2nd 5 Dec 1885 to Margaret Star (?); possibly two other marriages.
2.2.5. John , b. 26 Apr 1834; d. 6 Nov 1931; m. 7 Apr 1862 to Sarah Ann Gee .
2.2.6. Joseph , b. 31 Mar 1838, Sussex, England; d. 30 Nov 1920; m 1st 1 Aug 1854 to Margaret Issac ; m 2nd Harriet Johnson ; m 3rd ____ Barke r.
2.2.7. ____ Jane , b. Apr 1840, Sussex, England.
2.2.8. Jane, b. 24 Oct 1833, London, England; m. 1855; d. 6 Nov 1931.
2.2.9. male , b. 30 Mar 1859, London, England
2.2.5. John Tuckett , son of Charles & Jane (Pattenden) Tuckett , b. 26 Apr 1834, London, England; d. 6 Nov 1931, Mapleton, Utah; m. 7 Apr 1862 to Sarah Ann Gee , daughter of Noah & Mary Ann (Moore) Gee , b. 18 Aug 1844, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; d. 10 Jul 1917, Lindon, Utah.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JOHN TUCKETT
HISTORY OF JOHN TUCKETT, SENIOR
HISTORY OF JOHN TUCKETT, SENIOR
From the life of Grandfather John Tuckett , Sr. and Mother, Jane Pattenden Tuckett .
One day when John Tuckett was a small boy. His widowed mother returned home excitedly displaying a small sack of seed peas, given her as pay for washing clothes.
It was a great day for the whole family. When the hard ground was ready and the furrows made to plant the precious peas. John and his mother carefully placed each pea the right distance apart, and when the last was done, they stood up and turned around to survey their work. And there walking down the row gobbling up all the peas was their old red rooster.
It didn't take Mrs. Tuckett long to decide which was most important. In no time at all the rooster was slaughtered, the peas recovered and planted all over again. Not only that but the rooster made a fine diner. And the peas grew in abundance after the transplanting.
John & Sarah Ann (Gee) Tuckett had seven (7) children, all born in Springville, Utah:
, b. 2 Jun 1863
; d. 1 Oct 1942; m. 16 Oct 1884 to Alma
126.96.36.199. Caroline , b. 7 Sept 1867 ; d. 1899; m. 30 Aug 1885 to Brigham Johnson .
188.8.131.52. Lelis , b. 8 Jun 1871 ; d. 10 Dec 1927; m. 4 Dec 1840 to Wm. K. Hatfield .
184.108.40.206. John, Jr., b. 8 Jan 1874 ; d. 17 May 1952; m. 30 Jul 1901 to Marion _____ .
220.127.116.11. Josephine , b. 14 Sep 1876; d. 26 Sept 1957; m. 22 Sept 1894 to Albert ____ .
18.104.22.168. Charles Noah , b. 27 Jan 1880 ; d. 21 Mar 1957; m. Evelyne Bird .
22.214.171.124. Luella , b. 23 Mar 1884 ; d. 5 Mar 1960; m. 8 Jul 1908 to Roy Smith .
126.96.36.199. Sarah Tuckett, daughter of John & Sarah Ann (Gee) Tuckett , b. 2 Jun 1863, Springville, Utah; d. 11 Oct 1942, Pleasant Grove, Utah; m. 16 Oct 1884 to Alma Nicholas Iverson , son of Niclacson "Nick" & C. (Williams) Iverson , b. 7 Aug 1857, Pleasant Grove, Utah; d. 7 Jul 1938, Pleasant Grove, Utah.