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Vicar William Guise Tucker
East Greenwich Pleasaunce
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Sarah Ellen TuckerBuried here1822 - 10 Dec 1890
Sarah Ellen Tucker née HumphrisWifeOthers not buried here
William Guise-Tucker, (12 May 1812; 17 January 1885) was a Church of England priest and Royal Navy chaplain. He was the inaugural Chaplain of the Fleet, serving from 1865 to 1871.
Guise-Tucker was educated at Peterhouse, Cambridge. He was ordained deacon in 1835 and priest in 1836. After a curacy at Springfield, Essex he was a Naval chaplain for 36 years, serving aboard HMS Revenge, HMS Albion and HMS Ceylon; at HM Dockyard, Malta; in Canada; at RNH Haslar; and Greenwich Hospital, London.
He died at Ramsey, Essex where he had been the incumbent since 1872. His son, also William Guise Tucker, was a Major-general in the British Army.
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