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I am looking for relatives of Elizabeth LUCKEY, who was born June 11, 1893 in Walton to Hugh and Augusta (McDonald) Luckey. Elizabeth had one sister, Mary Agnes Lucky, who married Henry J. Stuart circa 1914. As far as I can tell, neither Elizabeth or her sister had children.
When Elizabeth died, her obituary stated that the only survivors were “cousins.” The executor of her estate was Howard Gilchirst of Delhi. Heirs of her estate included the following people: Walter E. Eells, Mary Crockett, Elizabeth Burton, Sara Appleman, Margaret Thomson, Helen Todd, Letha Conway, Pearl Fletcher, Ray McDonald, Mildred Gladstone, Mildred Shadie, Jeanette MacDonald (sic) and Carl MacDonald (sic).
Many years ago, I purchased Elizabeth’s nursing certificate and college diploma from a dealer on eBay. I am happy to pass it along to any “cousin” who is interested in preserving it. If there are no interested parties, I will donate them to the Walton Historical Society.
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