Louisa Mary Tucker
Louisa Mary Tucker was the first wife of Frederick Tucker (later Frederick Booth Tucker). She shared Tucker’s enthusiasm for evangelism, although she entered Salvation Army service with him a little reluctantly. Once in India, however she committed herself fully to the cause of establishing The Salvation Army. She died of cholera after just a few years in India.
Margaret has researched her story, largely through The Salvation Army’s paper, War Cry, and collated the material.
For further information about Frederick Booth Tucker:
and his book: Darkest India:
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