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Ebenezer Tucker

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Ebenezer Tucker Article- Gazette- Issue 16- June 2004.pmd
Merging Identities Properly: Jonathan Tucker Demonstrates the
In 1851 Ebenezer “Eben” L. Tucker wrote the U.S.
RANDOLPH COUNTY HERITAGE No State Fair Entries Objective: 1
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Randolph County, Indiana History 1882 information collected in 1880 and published in 1882 often refered to as the Tucker Book. Hard Cover.
Ebenezer Tucker supposedly had a party for local residents, got them rather soused, and passed around a petition asking for the town to be named after him.

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Tuckerton Residents Reminded to Prepare for Storms
Councilwoman Doris Mathisen, liaison to the Landmarks Commission, urged folks to visit the Old Methodist Churchyard on Church Street to see a new sign near the grave of Ebenezer Tucker, highlighting his contributions to the town that bears his name.

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Ebenezer Tucker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Ebenezer Tucker Article- Gazette- Issue 16- June 2004.pmd
May 20, 2001 ____, d. of Joseph and Frances (COLBY) PRITCHET (or PRICHARD) m. Jan 21, 1706-7, Amesbury, Ebenezer TUCKER, s.
TUCKER, Ebenezer - Biographical Information
TUCKER, Ebenezer, a Representative from New Jersey; born at Tuckers Beach, Burlington County, N.J.
History of Tuckerton, NJ
It was from Ebenezer Tucker that Tuckerton received its name. In March 1789, Mr.

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