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A glorious reunion

During the month of August several generations of the extended family of St George Tucker made a special visit to Bermuda all the way from South Africa and the United Kingdom.

They are the third, fourth and fifth generation family members of the late Bermudian historian and author Terry Tucker and her husband Harry St George Tucker.

A great opportunity to meet with their Bermuda relations this was a highlight of the Tuckers holiday trip.

Terry Tucker and her husband Harry St George Tucker had one son who was also named Harry St George Tucker. Harry St George Tucker II was a Rhodes scholar and went to Oxford University.

He afterwards joined the Royal Air Force, met an English girl and after the war raised four children in South Africa. One of his sons Colin along with his wife Helen and their four children and eight grandchildren were staying at the CoCo Reef Hotel on the week of August 17th.

South African Colin Tucker, son of Bermudian Rhodes Scholar Harry St George Tucker II is shown with his wife Helen Tucker and their four children and eight grandchildren at the CoCo Reef Hotel last month.

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Published September 03, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated September 02, 2013 at 7:58 pm)

A glorious reunion

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