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Lucius Tuckerman

Manufacturer (Iron)/Civic Affairs

Centurion, 1862–1890

Born 19 March 1818 in Boston, Massachusetts

Died 10 June 1890 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Buried Saint Marys Episcopal Churchyard, Portsmouth, Rhode Island

Proposed by Wolcott Gibbs and Mr. Henry L. Pierson (may refer to Henry L. Pierson or Henry L. Pierson Jr.)

Elected 7 June 1862 at age forty-four

Archivist’s Note: Father of Bayard Tuckerman and Walter C. Tuckerman; brother-in-law of Wolcott Gibbs (his proposer); father-in-law of Arthur G. Sedgwick; cousin of Gustavus Tuckerman and Lucius Tuckerman

Seconder of:

Century Memorial

Lucius Tuckerman was a man intrusted with large interests, a patron of art, a gracious and generous host, dispensing his wealth with an unstinted hand, a leader in social circles and respected by all who knew him.

Henry E. Howland
1891 Century Association Yearbook