|Birth: ||Sep. 26, 1793|
Elizabeth Warren "Patsy" Lanier was born to Martha Patsy Malone and Nicholas Lanier of Brunswick County Virginia. She married Ephraim M. Bugg, also of Virginia, in Williamson County Tennessee on April 18,1814. Ephraim had been serving in the Tennessee Militia. Records note that both Patsy and Ephraim were of Scotch-Irish descent. They made their home near Flat Creek, Tennessee. Seven children were born from their marriage: Benjamin Nicholas, Sophronia(who died at an early age), Elizabeth Jane, William Lanier, Mary Jane, Ephraim M., and Emmaline "Linda" Bugg. Ephraim died in 1825 leaving her a widow.
Patsy remarried William Tucker in 1933. Two more children were born: Ferdinand Blackburn and John Hardeman Tucker. William Tucker's son, Allen, from his previous marriage,
married Elizabeth Jane Bugg, daughter of Patsy and Ephraim. His daughter, Annis, married Patsy and Ephraim's son, Benjamin Nicholas Bugg. As a result, Patsy's husbands had a number of mutual grandchildren.
William Tucker was an early settler of Middle Tennessee and owned 300 acres with a family cemetery. According to Tennessee historical records, when a family death occurred, the remains were deposited in the cemetery. As a result, it is presumed that Patsy is buried in the old Tucker Cemetery on the family land.
Patsy's maternal grandfather, George Malone, and paternal grandfather, Benjamin B. Lanier, were patriots of the American Revolution.
Nicholas Lanier (1760 - 1839)
Martha Malone Lanier (1771 - 1795)
Ephraim M. Bugg (1791 - 1825)
William Tucker (1787 - 1861)*
Benjamin Nicholas Bugg (1817 - 1873)*
Mary Jane Bugg Baker (1823 - 1889)*
Elizabeth Warren Lanier Bugg Tucker (1793 - 1860)
Lucy Lanier Andrews (1799 - 1860)**
Created by: Gina Caperton Ervin
Record added: Aug 31, 2012
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