|John Hardeman Tucker|
John Hardeman Tucker was a confederate soldier until his death in 1864 at the Battle of Stone's River in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. When the family learned of his death, a wagon was promptly sent to Murfreesboro to bring him home.
William Tucker was spared the agony experienced by many southern gentlefolk. He died at the beginning of the war, and it was left to the two remaining sons, George and Ferdinand, to manage the farm and care for their mother. His will revealed that William was a caring person, as he directed his sons, among other things, to care for two elderly slaves for the rest of their lives. His will was written in 1860, but was not probated until 1866, after the war. When a final disposition was made of his property in 1936, William had thirty-one known grandchildren and ninety-eight great grandchildren.
William Tucker (1787 - 1861)
Annis Tucker Bugg (1814 - 1861)*
Julia Ann Tucker Weaver (1816 - ____)*
Rebecca Tucker Duncan (1818 - 1899)*
Allen C. Tucker (1819 - 1856)*
Matilda B. Tucker Tanner (1822 - 1900)*
Tennessee Tucker Andrews (1827 - 1909)*
George Robert Tucker (1830 - 1895)*
Ferdinand Blackburn Tucker (1834 - 1907)*
John Hardeman Tucker (1837 - 1866)
Created by: John Early Andrews
Record added: Jul 04, 2011
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