Individual Record 449

Name}   Stucki, Edward Family History} Olson                 
  Title}   Race} White Sex} Male
Birth:   Date} Fam 13 Mar 1862 Place} Santa Clara, Washington, Utah
Marr.: Date} Exa 13 Dec 1900 Place} St. George, Washington, Utah     (Link)
Death: Date} Exa 23 Jan 1923  C Place} Santa Clara, Washington, Utah
Burial: Date} Exa 24 Jan 1923 Place} Santa Clara City Cemetery, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah
  Grave Marker} Yes
Source 1}   75 = Geog history
Source 2} 152 = Family hstry
Source 3} 356 = Church recrd
Source 4}   83 = 1880 USA cen
Source 5}   84 = 1900 USA cen
Source 6} 722 = Marriage rec
Source 7} 149 = Genealogy
Source 8} 167 = 1910 USA cen
Source 9} 776 = 1920 USA cen
Source 10}1125=Death certif
Source 11}759 = Cemetery rec
Source 12}1614=Cemetery rec
Parents: } Johannes Stucki and Katharina Ruegsegger
   Relationship No.} None
1st Household No.} 506 = Santa Clara, Washington, Utah
      Occupation 1} Farmer
       Occupation 2}  
  Religion/Church} Latter-day Saints
Spouses:   Prime} Staheli, Barbara
 Total Number of} 1
Notes:  Edward Stucki was born 13 Mar 1862 in Santa Clara, Washington, Utah.  His parents were Johannes (John) Stucki and his wife Katharina Ruegsegger.  They had come to the United States in 1860, and were members of the original Swiss pioneers to settle in Santa Clara, Utah, in 1861.  John had an older sister Rosetta and an older brother Gottfried (Godfrey), both of whom had come from Switzerland with their parents.  An older brother Ferdinand had died in Switzerland.  John's younger brother and sister, Katherine and John, were also born in Utah.  The family is not found in the 1870 U.S. census.  Church records report that he was blessed as a child, and baptised 17 Sep 1873 by Edward Bunker of the Santa Clara Ward of the LDS Church.

In the 1880 U.S. census, the family included Godfrey, 21 years, Edward, 18, Kathrine, 14, and John, 10.  Edward's father John was a farmer and Godfrey and Edward were working on the farm.  In the 1900 U.S. census, Godfrey and John were still bachelors and living at home.  Rosetta was divorced and also living at home.  The census reports that his mother Katharine had had seven children, five of whom were then living.

On 13 Dec 1900, at the age of 38 years, Edward married Barbara Staheli Graf in St. George, Utah.  Barbara was a widow and had 4 young children.  The family made their home in Santa Clara, and Edward was a farmer.  Edward and Barbara had no children of their own.  In the 1910 U.S. census and 1920 U.S. census, only Amanda Graf, his youngest step-daughter, was living at home.

About 1920, Edward came down with lymphatic cancer.  He died 23 Jan 1923 in Santa Clara.  He was buried the next day in the Santa Clara City Cemetery, Santa Clara, Utah.
Time of Birth}   Time of Death} 4:00 P.M. Fraternal/Social}  
Baptism Date} Exa 17 Sep 1873 Place} Santa Clara Ward  
Confirm. Date}   Photos} None
Immigr'n Date} N/A Port} N/A
Education: Grade}                               or Top 2 Degrees}  
Military: Service}                                    for the State of}  
Health Condition}  
  Cause of Death} Cancer, lymphatic
Last Updated
by} Karen Hancock
Date Updated}   7 Jul  2014
Date Created}    5 Aug 2003
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