Person:Jacob Duckett (2)

Jacob Peake 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 Jacob Peake Duckett
Gender Male
Birth? 1840 Warren County, Kentucky
Death[1] 9 Jul 1911 Hanford, Kings County, California
Other[2] 21 Jul 1911 Lockwood, Dade County, MissouriThe Lockwood Luminary Obituary

Jacob lived in Warren County, Kentucky. He later moved to Barton County, Missouri. He later moved to Dade County, Missouri. He later moved back to Barton County, Missouri. He later moved to California.

Jacob was a member of the Baptist Church.

In 1850 Jacob was living with his parents in 2nd District, Warren County, Kentucky.

Jacob moved with his parents to Barton County, Missouri in 1855.

In 1860 Jacob was living with his parents in Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri.

In 1870 Jacob was living with his family in Horsecreek Township, Dade County, Missouri.

In 1880 Jacob was living with his wife in Cedar Township, Dade County, Missouri.

  1. The Lockwood Luminary, Friday, July 21, 1911.
  2. Duckett Obituary

    J. L. Duckett one of the city's most highly respected citizens, last week received word of the death of his brother, J. P. Duckett, at his home at Hanford, California. He died at that place July 9«sup»th«/sup» with typhoid pneumonia fever, having been sick but a short time. He was 62 years old.

    Mr. Duckett lived in the neighborhood of Cedarville ever since the war and was known to everyone in that vicinity. About four years ago he moved to Barton County and later about one and a half years ago moved with his family to California. Besides J. L. Duckett of this place, he has two other brothers, A. J. Duckett of Lamar and Dr. Duckett of Milford. Three sisters are also left to mourn his death. He was known to everyone in this neighborhood as an honest, Christian gentleman and the news of his death comes as a shock to his family and host of friends.