O. D. TUCKER.
Silver Creek Township.
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 1873:
Osa Tucker, 30; spouse, Mary, 28.
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 1874:
O. D. Tucker, 32; spouse, Mary E., 29.
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 1876:
O. D. Tucker, 33; spouse, Mary E., 31.
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 1878:
O. D. Tucker, 36; spouse, Mary, 34. Post Office: Moscow.
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 1879:
O. D. Tucker, 37; spouse, Mary, 35. Post Office: Moscow.
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 1881:
O. D. Tucker, 38; spouse, Mary, 37.
Kansas 1875 Census, Silver Creek Township, Cowley County, March 1, 1875.
Name age sex color Place/birth Where from
O. D. Tucker 33 m w New York Iowa
M. E. Tucker 30 f w Indiana Iowa
O. W. Tucker 8 m w Iowa Iowa
W. V.? Tucker 2 m w Kansas
C. G. Tucker 2 m w Kansas
FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
[GRAND JURY MEMBERS.]
Winfield Courier, December 16, 1880.
The following are the grand jurors summoned by order of the court last week.
O. D. Tucker and J. R. Tate, Silver Creek.
Winfield Courier, September 20, 1883.
Mr. O. D. Tucker, of Silver Creek Township, was one of our callers Saturday. He came to Cowley way back in the pioneer days and, like many others of the early settlers, was not very well off financially. He now has one of the best farms in the county and has surrounded himself with many of the comforts of life.
THE SIX LEGGED CALF.
Winfield Courier, Thursday, May 28, 1885.
Our reporter got a sight at the six legged wonder Friday morning. O. D. Tucker, who lives 2˝ miles from Burden, is the owner. It is an ordinary white calf with the exception of the two extra legs. These legs are all “bona fide.” They project from the left shoulder blade like a wing. They are about two feet long and well formed. This calf is a living curiosity and well worth seeing. He runs opposition to Barrett’s museum. Hundreds of the curious deposited their dimes.