Tucker Family CrestThe English and Welsh surname Tucker, also found in Ireland, is an occupational name for a fuller, from an the Middle English term  tuck(en) meaning “to full cloth.” This was the term used for the process in the Middle Ages in southwestern England, and the surname is more common there than elsewhere. In Ireland the name Tucker is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name  Ó Tuachair meaning “descendant of Tuachar,” a personal name composed of the elements tuath meaning “people” and car meaning “dea or beloved.” The first record of the name is Baldwin Tuckere in the records of Battle Abbey, Sussex,in 1236. rom Ireland Catherine Tucker, aged 23 years, was a famine emigrant, who sailed the ship "Envoy" bound for New York, on June 4th 1846.

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