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The Shields Daily Gazette, Friday, May 27, 1898
In memoriam

In loving memory of George, the dearly loved son of the late Joseph and Jane Lloyd Turner, who died May 27th 1895; also in loving memory of Joseph, the dearly loved husband of Jane Lloyd Turner, who died Jan 18th, 1898.

The Consett Chronicle, February 4, 1910
In memoriam notices of the year 1909

23rd July 1909:
Margaret, daughter of Wm. Turner, Tanfield, 14 years
3rd August 1909:
Christopher H. Turnbull, Consett, 43 years
29th August 1909:
Richard Tucker, Consett, 49 years
31st August 1909:
John R., son of J. J. Turnbull, Esh, 8 months
2nd September 1909:
William, son of T. R. Tuckerman, Oxhill, 6 years
24th September 1909:
Catherine, wife of G. R. Turner, Dipton, 21 years

The Brooklyn Eagle, Saturday, October 21, 1944
Brooklyn, New York, New York, USA

89 Boro, L. I. Soldiers are killed in Action.
Washington, Oct. 20 - The War Department made public today the names of 2,818 soldiers killed in action in the European and Mediterranean areas. The following 89 Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island men are included:

Tucker, Pfc., Edward V. - Mrs. Margaret C. Tucker, mother, G. S. Hornblower, Laurel Hollow, Oysterbay.

Edward Vincent Tucker was born on 01 August 1924 in Huntington, Suffolk, New York. His parents were Edward Alexander and Margaret Ellen Coughlin Tucker. He served with the 47th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division and was fallen on 06 August 1944 in France. He was interred in the Brittany American Cemetery, France. He awarded the Purple Heart.

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