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David Grieve Tuckwell


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January 8, 1865 - June 6, 1941

Documents


1871 Census of England - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England

      David Tuckwell  28  - Carpenter   - born Aylesbury                                                            died - February 27, 1909 - 15 Ardenham St. Aylesbury

      Mary Ann (Palmer)  - 30  - Wife   - born Chesham

      Frederick   “       10  - Scholar      - born Chesham

      David       “         6  - Scholar      - born Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England

      Louisa  S.    “      4  -                  - born Chesham

      Harriet H,   “       1  -                  - born Chesham


1881 Census of England - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England

     David Tuckwell  38 - Carpenter and Joiner

     Mary Ann   “      40 - Wife

     David      “        16 - Printer’s Reader  - born Chesham

     Sarah L.    “      14  - scholar             - born Aylesbury

     Harriet H.   “     11  - scholar

     Hephzibah  “      9   - scholar

     Clara          “     7

     William      “      5

     Ernest       “       3

    George Harry   “   6 months


1890 - January 12 - Karriet Helen Tuckwell marries Albert Harry Howell in Congregational Chapel, Willesden, Hendon, Middlesex


1891 Census of England - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England

    David Tuckwell - 26   - Printer Compositor

    Elizabeth   “    - 26    - born Stoke Mandeville

    Elsie         “     -  3    - born Aylesbury

    Ronald            -  1    - born Aylesbury


1892 - January 15 - Ships List - “Orizaba” - London, England to Sydney, Australia

    David Tuckwell - 26 - Carpenter

    Mrs.  “             - 26

    Elsie                -  3

    Ronald             -  2



1906 Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta  (Winnipeg)

     David Tuckwell - 39   - born England  - arrived in Canada 1903 - residence = 692 Victor St., Winnipeg MB

     Elizabeth         - 38   -

     Elsie               - 17

    Ronald             - 16

    Allen                -  9

    Margaret          -  4


1911 Living in Lloydminster - Henderson’s Directory


1914 December 22 - George Harry Tuckwell - born September 15, 1881 in Aylesbury - resident 823 Ave H North, Saskatoon - carpenter - served 8 years with the 3rd Hussars -


1916 March 29 - Attestation Papers re Canadian Expeditionary Force

    Alan Wesley Tuckwell- born - September 25, 1896 - Bathurst, NSW, Australia - resident Lloydminster, SK. - Occupation - Printer

December 23, 1914 - volunteered in Lloydminster - 18 years 3 months - 5’ 9”. Fair complexion - Blue eyes - Light Brown hair

Enlisted 1915 August 12 - 100 Winnipeg Grenadiers Militia Unit

1918 April 10 - taken on strength - January 16, 1918 - next-of-kin = father D. G. Tuckwell residing 2115 Cornwall St., Regina, SK - served 2 years in Saskatchewan Light Horse - Lieutenant


1916 Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta - Pilot Mound, MB

    David G. Tuckwell - 51 - Printer - born England - Methodist - arrived Canada 1903

    Elizabeth            - 50

    Allen W.             - 20

    Margaret             - 13


   Ronald W. Tuckwell    - 26  - Printer

   Marietta                    - 20 - born USA - arrived Canada 1911

   Maria                        -  8 months - born Saskatchewan


1926 - July - Quebec to Southhampton - on the Empress of Scotland - destination 14 Ardenham St., Bicester Road, Aylesbury

       - September - Southhampton to Quebec - on Empress of Scotland - Journalist - age 61 - destination home 43 South Turner St. Victoria BC


1935 Voter’s List - Victoria, BC

     David G. Tuckwell - Publisher

     Mrs. David G. Tuckwell

     Miss Margaret Tuckwell - stenographer


1941 - June 6 - death index - Victoria, BC - age 76  



Original poem by D. G. Tuckwell - published November 30, 1925 [Thanks to Sisters of St. Ann Archives, Victoria BC ]