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There are several references to the name in the USA and Canada from the 1850's.

Richard Tuckley arrived in the USA in 1853 [from Northampton ?] and Cheryl Tuckley Williams in the USA  informs me that her great great grandfather Spencer Tuckley emigrated from Northampton in1866. Unfortunately the name has not gained a foothold in the USA and there are no established groups of Tuckley families.

I am informed by Kushal Tuckley that there are people living in Mumbai, India, for at least 4 generations, with the name Tuckley. They do not appear to have " Britishers " blood in their family and do not have any Anglo Saxon racial features.

There is a similar sounding name with Indian origin which is pronounced exactly like Tuckley but is spelt as " takale or takle"  It means bald headed in their mother language Marathi.

David Tuckley died at the battle of Chilianwala in India in 1849  and there is a reference to a Joseph Tuckley who served in India in the battle of the "Punjab " and his campaign medals are now with a descendent in the USA so perhaps there was a military connection ? 

References and contacts have been made with Tuckley families  in South Africa, Australia and Canada but they have not developed into larger groups and the name has disappeared.

John Tuckley's Family Tree Website Interested in the Tuckley Name, want to know more, or have something to add? Please get in touch with me HERE.