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Walker/Tuck/Romine connection
Posted by: Patricia Lorenz (ID *****5962) Date: July 12, 2006 at 18:08:45
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Looking for link between Liza Jane Romine, George W. Tuck and William D. Walker, Bollinger Co, MO. Liza and George were md at home of a William Walker in Bollinger Co, MO in 1887. They had two sons, Ethel and Arthur, and Liza apparently died in the 1890's, possibly before 1892. In 1900 Ethel and Arthur are living in Wayne Twp, Bollinger Co, with George and his 3rd wife, Ida M. An Estelle and Arthur Tuck are also listed as grandsons in household of William Walker and wife Sarah in Wayne Twp, Bollinger Co; despite discrepancies in names, birthplace and month of birth, I think they are Liza's sons and were listed twice in the census. Enumerator came on 18th of June in one case and on the 7th of June in ther other. Ethel Tuck's obit in 1946 includes among survivors an uncle, Houston Walker of Zalma, Bollinger Co.
Finally, and possibly unrelated, Ethel's half sister Juanita Tuck may have md a Howard A. Walker in Genesee Co, MI in 1926; George and Ida Walker had moved there sometime between 1912 and 1918.
I am wondering if Liza Jane Romine was by any change a widow with maiden name of Walker or possibly a child of William Walker's wife by a prior marriage?


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