Fanny Charlotte KING Tuck was born in London. She went to Australia when she was quite young. She then married William Tuck d)23 Aug 1900. She then imigrated to USA with several of the younger children and lived in Greeley, Weld County, Colorado to be near her sister, Clara KING Candlin.
Harold Raymond Good b.31 Jan 1910 Wray,Yuma,CO d. 1 Dec. 1960 Oakland, Alameda, CA
m. Rachel Amen on 19 April 1935 Denver, Denver, CO
b. 21 Jan 1904 McCook, Red Willow, NE
Raymond was youngest son of William Earl Good and Emma Lois GRACE and brother to my grandmother, Ina Ethel GOOD Epperson Tuck
Back Row: Frederick (teacher/farmer), Leslie James (Minister), Elsie Maud TUCK Twiss DeVoe, Ernest E. (Methodist Minister), and Albert Edward.(Methodist Minister).
Front Row: Fanny Charlotte KING Tuck, Clara TUCK Morgan Hopkins
George Tuck stayed in Australia as he was working for the government when the rest of the family came over at different times.
Ina Ethel GOOD Epperson and her daughter Emma Delvina Epperson. Ina is the widow of Earl Douglas Epperson who died in October 1913 and never got to see his only child. This was taken in Wray, Yuma County, Colorado. Ina was a schoolteacher and Emma stayed with her maternal grandmother while Ina was teaching.
John Peter Leslie aka Jack Leslie moved to Denver, CO approx 1959 from what we can tell. b 21 Jun 1916 Sygan, PA d 19 May 1968 Englewood, CO Married 31 March 1966. Cannot find kinfolks. Perhaps may be Cindy Rahm in CO, Mrs. Helen (Leonard) Richmond, Two Rivers, WI. Anybody who recognizes would appreciate any information you may have to help me piece together my history.
email@example.com Sally Watkins
Earl Epperson is my greatgrandfather. He was born 6 Nov. 1890 in Union County, IA. He died 29th of October, 1913. in Denver, CO and is buried in Wray, Yuma, CO. He had married Miss Ina Ethel Good on 9 March 1913 in Wray, Yuma, CO. He didn't live long enough to see his only child, a girl born in December, 1913. He was the first son of Wm. Epperson and Hulda Armstrong Epperson
Earl helped to build the Epperson house that is on the National Registry for architecture in Jerome, Idaho. While doing so, he sustained scars on his face from the rocks that hit him.
Ina Ethel Good, his wife, was the daughter of Wm. Earl Good and Emma Lois Grace. Wm Good homesteaded in Idalia, Colorado in 1887-88
Postcard 1cent stamp addressed to Mr. Bert Davis, Box 73, Formosa,KA
"Well, Bert, your letter came today. Was glad to hear from you. When you come to K.C. just drop out here. I want to see you badly enough. I was at Cincinnatti last spring saw Andy and his wife as we passed thru Hannibal. Had no time to talk to them but was glad to see them will write you further soon. You write again, Yours, Eva Norman.
This is Winnie's & Mine entire school, My teachers stand just in front of me. How do you like the look of the school"
Rescued from flea market in MO. description reads only R. M. Thorpe & Kids, Hannibal, MO. However, it would appear these are the same two children as in the photo postcard marked Fay & Thelma Thorpe, Hannibal, MO
Rescued from Flea Market in MO
Description reads Fay & Thelma Thorpe,
Rescued from Flea Market in MO. Description reads Harald Woodrow MOntgomery age 5 mo., 5 days old,
15 1/2 pounds