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June 5, 2014 / Joanne Yeck

Buckingham County: Tucker School

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Tucker School (c. 1890), Courtesy Jeremy Winfrey

For many years, Julia A. (Tapscott) Moseley was the school teacher at Tucker School in northeastern Buckingham County. Above is the class picture taken circa 1890. Can a Slate River Rambling reader identify any of the students?

In 1877, Julia married M.L. A. “Matt” Moseley. They lived on the farm once owned by Randolph Jefferson’s son, Robert “Lewis” Jefferson, and later by his son, Elbridge G. Jefferson. The Moseleys had no children of their own and raised Julia’s nieces, Annie (Tapscott) Winfrey and Julia (Tapscott) Baber.

Coming Next: Teaching School in Buckingham County

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  1. Joanne Yeck / Jun 5 2014 8:45 am

    Thank you, Jeremy! I look forward to a better image of this class photo.

  2. Jeremy Winfrey / Jun 5 2014 8:43 am

    Back Row: Second from left, Hay Norvell; third from right, Fanny Norvell.

    Center Row: Third from left, Julia A. Tapscott Moseley (teacher); fourth from left, Gracie Norvell; fifth from left, Julia B. Tapscott; sixth from left Allan Walker Tapscott, far right, Lily Leigh Norvell.

    Front Row: Far left, Bernard Miller Norvell; second from left John Harold Norvell

    thanks to previous id’s by Carole Jensen. I will also send you a much better version of this picture.

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