Person:Elizabeth Duckett (2)

Elizabeth Duckett
m. 1 Aug 1833
  1. Jemima Duckett1835 - 1929
  2. Elizabeth Duckett1838 - 1924
  3. Jacob Peake Duckett1840 - 1911
  4. James Lilborne Duckett1842 - 1913
  5. Sarah W Duckett1844 - 1844
  6. Mary Worles Duckett1845 - 1907
  7. Andrew Jackson Duckett1848 - 1929
  8. Elvira Jane Duckett1851 - 1920
  9. Thomas Henry Duckett, , M. D.1854 - 1936
  10. Sarah Adeline Duckett1857 -
  11. Julia Ann Duckett1861 - 1902
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Duckett
Gender Female
Birth? 28 Sep 1838 Warren County, Kentucky
Death? 13 Sep 1924 Hazelhurst, Copiah County, Mississippi
Burial? 14 Sep 1924 Lockwood Cemetery, Lockwood, Dade County, Missouri
Other? 14 Sep 1924 Lockwood Cemetery, Lockwood, Dade County, MissouriCemetery
Other[1] 19 Sep 1924 Lockwood, Dade County, MissouriThe Lockwood Luminary Obituary

Elizabeth lived in Warren County, Kentucky. She later moved to Barton County, Missouri. She later moved to Vernon County, Missouri. She later moved to Dade County, Missouri. She later moved to Mississippi.

Elizabeth was a member of the Baptist Church.

In 1850 Elizabeth was living with her parents in 2nd District, Warren County, Kentucky.

In 1860 Elizabeth was living with her family in Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri.

In 1870 Elizabeth was living with her family in Virgil Township, Vernon County, Missouri.

In 1880 Elizabeth was living with her family in Milford Township, Barton County, Missouri.

In 1900 Elizabeth was living with her daughter in Deer Creek Township, Bates County, Missouri.

In 1910 Elizabeth was living with her son-in-law and daughter (Mardonis and Lillie Pyle) in Lockwood, Lockwood Township, Dade County, Missouri.

Elizabeth was buried in Lockwood Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri.


  1. Spencer Obituary

    Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer was born in Bowling Green, Kentucky, September 28, 1838 and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Grimes in Hazelhurst, Mississippi, September 13, 1924 at the advanced age of almost 86 years. At the age of 16 years she was converted and united with the Baptist faith, later, however she became a Methodist and has remained in that faith for practically fifty years. At the time of hr death she was a member of the Lockwood Methodist Church and Aid Society. The deceased was the mother of seven children, five daughters surviving. They are: Mrs. S. E. Hodson, Tacoma, Washington; Mrs. P. F. Sigler, Adrian, Missouri; Mrs. A. F. Grimes, Hazelhurst, Mississippi; Mrs. M. B. Pyle and Mrs. C. D. Pyle, of Lockwood. She is likewise survived by two brothers and two sisters, Mrs. J. W. Haynes of near Bolivar, Mr. A. J. Duckett and Dr. Duckett, of Lamar, likewise a stepson, J. W. Spencer of Lamar.

    The remains were brought to Lockwood Sunday morning, accompanied by two daughters, Mrs. F. A. Grimes of Hazelhurst and Mrs. M. B. Pyle of Lockwood, who had gone to Mississippi a few days previous to the death of her mother. Funeral services were held at Lockwood Methodist Church Sunday afternoon, the sermon being delivered by the pastor, Rev. Roy L. Brown. The remains were lain to rest in Lockwood Cemetery.

    Mrs. Spencer had spent several weeks in Lockwood this summer and during the time was alarmingly ill. Grave tears were felt for her recovery but later she became much improved and was taken to the southern home of Mrs. Grimes in Mississippi, in hopes the more mild temperature of the winter months would be more adapted to her frail condition. She rapidly improved for a short time only to suffer a relapse of her former illness. She was ill three weeks, being confined to her bed the last two weeks of her life time. She died in the faith of a Christian, manifesting the belief that all was well with her soul.

    Mrs. Spencer was charitable in her view, jovial, and light hearted in disposition and a friend to all who knew her. She maintained a keen intellect to the last, despite her advance age and her charming personality remained a blessing to the end. Today the autumn leaves fall upon another grave that lies from sight all that is mortal of a true and noble woman.