The Story of the Luck Family

June 2013
Internet Genealogy;Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p31
The article focuses on the use of internet to give valuable biographical information on the lives of the surviving Luck children in Dubuque, Iowa. It says that the five young children of Catherine and Larkin Luck namely Little Elizabeth, Henry, and Samuel died due to the epidemic of cholera. It adds that the five surviving children were found using online census reports, military documentation, and birth/marriage/death records including Eliza Jane Luck Clark and John Tarleton Luck.


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