Charles Taft Zuck (1907-1970)

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Charles Taft Zuck (1907-1970) was born 9 September 1907 to Charles Wesley Zuck (1871-1941) and Phebe Leora Woolsey (1871-1933) and died 19 June 1970 of unspecified causes. He married Dorothy M Winkler (?-?) 10 June 1934 . Ancestors are from the United States, France, Germany, England, the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Charles Taft Zuck and Dorothy M Winkler (?-?)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Donald Zuck (?-?)
Gary Zuck (?-?)
Jim T Zuck (?-?)

Public Records

  • 1910 Census - Cawker Township, Mitchell County, Kansas - April 30 1910 - #236/236
    • Charles W Zuck, 38 MO, farmer
    • Ora L Zuck, 38 MO, married 17 years, 5 of 7 children living
    • Myrtle E Zuck, 16 MO
    • Mabel E Zuck, 12 MO
    • Alma E Zuck, 10 MO
    • Ireve V Zuck, 5
    • Charles T Zuck, 2 MO
  • 1920 Census - Buchanan Township, Atchison County, Missouri - Jan 7 1920 - #35/37
    • Charles W Zuck, 48 MO, farmer
    • Leora P Zuck, 48 MO
    • Mabel E Zuck, 22 MO
    • Alma E Zuck, 20 MO, public school teacher
    • Verna I Zuck, 15 MO
    • Charles T Zuck, 12 MO
  • 1930 Census - Buchanan Township, Atchison County, Missouri - April 5, 1930 - #60/60
    • Charley W Zuck, 58 MO, married 21 years, farmer
    • Leora Zuck, 58 MO
    • Charley Zuck, 22 MO, farm laborer
  • Obituary - The Hamburg Reporter - July 9 1970
    • Charles Taft Zuck, son of Charles W. and Leora Woolsey Zuck, was born on September 9, 1907. He was the youngest of seven children. He died at the Grape Community Hospital on June, 19 1970. On June, 10 1934, he was united in marriage to Dorothy M. Winkler and to this union three sons were born. He spent the major part of his life in Atchison County, Mo. where he was engaged in farming. He was preceded in death by his wife, four sisters, and one brother. His survivors include his sons, Donald, Ankeny, Ia.; Gary. Prospect Heights, Ill.; Jim T. Hamburg; one sister, Mrs. Oscar (Irene) Hosfiel, Rock Port, Mo.; four grandchildren; other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held June 22 at the Zion United Church of Christ with the Rev. John L. Pettit officiating. Internment was in Mt. Olive Cemetery.


External links


  • 1. Charles Taft Zuck (1907-1970)


William Allen Shade 03:07, 16 April 2009 (UTC)

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