|Birth: ||Feb. 25, 1837|
|Death: ||Jul. 18, 1918|
Son of Kinchen Grant Tucker and Sarah J. Brady.
Isaac was a Confederate Civil War Veteran. He filed for a pension in 1912 and it was certified in the Fulton County, Arkansas Court. The application provided the following information.
He attended school in Sullivan County, Tennessee. In the War, Isaac served as Orderly Sergeant in Company E, 10th Regiment of Missouri, CSA. He enlisted from Camp Shaver, Randolph County, Arkansas by Colonel Picket. He served from 1862 to 1865 and was paroled at Shreveport, Louisiana. He was in battles at Prairie Grove, Missouri and Helena, Arkansas and other minor battles.
Isaac served as the first postmaster at Agnos, Fulton County, Arkansas, named after his infant daughter Agnes. When the charter was returned from Wasington it had been misspelled as Agnos. He also served as a Justice of the Peace and a Deputy Sheriff for 20 years in Fulton County. He conducted funerals and weddings and was a furniture and casket maker.
Isaac had a blacksmith shop in Agnos and lived with Joseph Richard and Samantha Hall after the death of his wife Rachel, in 1905. His grandchildren remembered that he liked to hunt squirrels using a muzzle loading gun. He would also let them pump the bellows when he was working at his blacksmith shop.
Rachel M. Edwards Tucker (1827 - 1905)
George A. C. Tucker (1857 - 1858)*
Elvy Tennessee Tucker Lewis (1860 - 1900)*
Maintained by: Jim Estes
Originally Created by: Ruthe
Record added: Jul 13, 2008
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