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Rifleman  10443

4th Btn Kings own Rifles corps.

Born.  1894  Croxton Norfolk.     Kia 10th May 1915.

Ypres Memorial (Menin Gate) panel 51 + 53.




1901 Census  Living at Kettlestone near railway bridge.

Father, James Tuck. 46  Farmer.

Merriam Tuck. 38  Farmers wife.

John Tuck. 24  Farm worker.

Albert Tuck. 19  Apprentice carpenter.

Isaac Tuck. 14

Rosana Tuck.  9

Arthur Tuck. 7

Can find no record of 1911 census.

It is possible that he had moved away from the area?

Yet q6 says no?

Arthur was an Iron trimmer, when he joined the army.

He enlisted in N London at the age of 18 years and two months, this was 1912.

1891 Census.

Tuck James          Head          M 36          Agric labour   Kettlestone.

Tuck Susan          Wife           F 37                               Billingford.

Tuck Louisa          Daughter    F 16          Domestic        Kettlestone.

Tuck John W         son           M 14          Agric labour    kettlestone.

Tuck Henry           son           M 12          Agric Labour   Kettlestone.

Tuck George         son           M 10          Scholar           Kettlestone.

Tuck Albert           son           M 9           Scholar            Kettlestone.

Tuck Isaac            son           M 4                                  Kettlestone.


Ten years later James has another wife. (No idea what happened to susan)

Louisa has married. Henry and George have left home.

Two additions Rosana and Arthur.  uncertain of who the mother is of either, but if James is the father that would make Arthur,  Uncle Arthur to Louisa's son Herbert.


1901 Census            Living at Kettlestone near railway bridge.

Father,           James Tuck.              46             Farmer.

                       Merriam Tuck.         38            Farmers wife.

                       John Tuck.                24            Farm worker.

                       Albert Tuck.             19            Apprentice carpenter.

                       Isaac Tuck.               14

                       Rosana Tuck.             9

                      Arthur Tuck.               7

Ten years on only Isaac is left at home.

Arthur possibly went to London to seek his fortune and joined the army in 1912.


1911 Census.  

James Tuck    55

Mirian Tuck   48

Isaac Tuck     24


Was uncle to Herbert James Utting (Tuck) commemorated in Fulmodestone church.