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James Marsh Tucker

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1857. Insolvent. 'James Marsh Tucker, formerly of No. 2, Buckland-terrace, Bucklaud, near Dover, Kent. Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker, Wheelwright, and Velocipede Manufacturer, and then and late of the same place, Journeyman Carpenter.'[1]

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  1. [1] Gazette Issue 21960 published on the 20 January 1857. Page 29 of 30