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Rev. James Tuckfield was born 23 July 1839 in Geelong, City of Greater Geelong, Victoria, Australia to Francis Tuckfield (1808-1865) and Sarah Gilbart (1808-1854) and died 1 January 1908 in Burwood-road, Glenferrie, Victoria, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Mary Ann Patterson (c1851-1931) 7 April 1868 in Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.



Children


Offspring of Rev. James Tuckfield and Mary Ann Patterson (c1851-1931)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elsie Mary Tuckfield (c1871-1887)
Lilian Sarah Tuckfield (c1872-1939)
Harold James Tuckfield (c1874-1928)
Robert Charles Patterson Tuckfield (c1875-1929)
Stanley Francis Jamison Tuckfield (c1878-1898)
Katie Winifred Tuckfield (c1880-1880)
William John Tuckfield (1881-1969) 15 December 1881 Port Fairy, Shire of Moyne, Victoria, Australia 19 December 1969 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Marcella Mabel Monckton (c1881-1954)

Gilbert Lionel Tuckfield (1887-1889)






Sources and notes

‡ General
† Baptism
  • by Rev Benjamin Hurst.
₪ Wedding
  • TUCKFIELD—PATTERSON.—On the 7th inst., at the house of the bride, by the Rev. James S. Waugh, president of Wesley College, the Rev. James W. Tuckfield, Wesleyan minister, Berwick, son of the late Rev. Francis Tuckfield, Wesleyan minister, to Mary Ann Patterson, of Maryville, Cheltenham. No cards.
The Argus, 18 April 1868, page 4
¶ Death
  • TUCKFIELD.—On the 1st January, at his residence, Burwood-road, Glenferrie, Rev. James W. Tuckfield, eldest son of the late Rev. Francis Tuckfield, Methodist minister, aged 68 years. By request, no flowers. (Private interment.)
The Argus, 2 January 1908, page 1
  • TUCKFIELD.—On January 1, at Glenferrie, Victoria, the Rev. J. W. Tuckfield, father of H. J. Tuckfield, dentist, Midland Junction, and R. C. Tuckfield, Bewick, Moreing and Co.. Perth.
The West Australian, 3 January 1908, page 1
  • The Rev. J. W. Tuckfield, a very old and highly respected Minister of the Methodist Church of Australia, died at his residence, Glenferrie on New Year's Day at the age of 68 years. Deceased was one time Minister at the Kilmore Methodist Church. Mr J. W. Tuckfield, who is in the dental profession, and visits the town monthly, is a son of deceased.
The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times, 10 January 1908, page 2



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