@michaelamccoyphotography Carol Tucker, visits the Tucker Family Cemetery in Hampton, Virginia less than a mile from the plantation where her ancestors were enslaved. Tucker, is a descendant of one of the first black Americans families. Tucker, who believes she is nine or 10 generations removed from William Tucker, born in Virginia in 1624 after his parents were transported from present-day Angola in 1619. Willam Tucker whose parents were bought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619. The Tucker family, who trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia, has experienced every chapter of African-American history. Shot for @reuters.