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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of Louise KING (30) & Mack Allison TUCKER

77. Lou Ada TUCKER. Born on 18 Mar 1871 in Mount Carmel, Benton County, Tennessee. At the age of 56, Lou Ada died in Roane, Navaro County, Texas on 13 Apr 1927.

Lou Ada married Calvin Grant BARNHART.

They had the following children:
143 i. William Thomas
ii. Minnie.

Died in infancy.

144 iii. Walter McClure
145 iv. Hattie Frances

78. Era Rebecca TUCKER. Born on 4 May 1877 in Mount Carmel, Benton County, Tennessee. At the age of 87, Era Rebecca died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 25 Dec 1964. Buried in Dec 1964 in Blair Cemetery, Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Era Rebecca married Gabriel Commodore ENOCHS Senior, son of Gabriel V. ENOCHS (1823-1876) & Winey A. ROARK (1832-1912). Born on 22 Dec 1872. At the age of 67, Gabriel Commodore died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 17 Sep 1940. Buried in Sep 1940 in Blair Cemetery, Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. Miles Edgar. Born on 15 Sep 1895.

146 ii. Gabriel Allison (1897-)
iii. Will Arthur. Born on 3 Mar 1900.

iv. Cledoth Lowell. Born on 2 Aug 1902.

147 v. Mack Hollis (1904-1987)
vi. Winnie Ethel. Born on 5 Jun 1907.

Winnie Ethel married ? MERRICK.

148 vii. Gabriel Commodore (1909-2001)
viii. Lester Charles. Born on 14 Oct 1911. Resided in Olive Branch, Mississippi in Mar 2001.

149 ix. Mary Louise (1914-)
150 x. Woodrow Wilson (1916-)
151 xi. Cleve Oletha (1919-)

79. Mary Lee TUCKER. Born on 19 Jun 1882 in Benton County, Tennessee. At the age of 83, Mary Lee died in Holladay, Benton County, Tennessee on 15 Jan 1966.

On 6 Oct 1907 when Mary Lee was 25, she married John Randolph HOLLADAY Senior, son of John Milton HOLLADAY (1840-1898) & Rachael S. MATTHEWS (1842-1887), in Holladay, Benton County, Tennessee. Born on 17 Oct 1878 in Mount Carmel, Benton County, Tennessee. At the age of 86, John Randolph died in Holladay, Benton County, Tennessee on 12 Aug 1965.

Prominent in the business circles of Holladay is John Randolph Holladay, who was born in Benton county on the 17th of October, 1878. His paternal grandfather was George Washington Holladay and his maternal grandfather, Joseph Randolph Mathews, both natives of this state. His parents were John Milton and Rachael Blanton (Mathews) Holladay, both of whom are deceased. His father, John M. Holladay, was born in Carroll county, Tennessee, August 22, 1840. He was of German and English descent. He remained with his parents till the commencement of the war and then enlisted in the Fifty-fifth Tennessee Confederate Infantry, at the organization of which he was elected third lieutenant and served till captured at Island No. 10. After remaining in prison at Johnson's Island for several months he was exchanged and when his regiment was reorganized at Jackson, Mississippi, he was elected second lieutenant, which command he held till the cessation of hostilities. On July 28, 1864, he lost his right arm at Atlanta, Georgia, but still retained his command. At the close of the war he returned to Carroll county, where he remained about two years. In 1866 he came to Benton county. He entered the mercantile business in 1867 and continued in that business for more than thirty years. During this time he held the offices of county court clerk and tax collector of Benton county. He was married October 13, 1869, to Rachael B. Mathews, a native of Benton county, to which union two sons and two daughters were born: Lena M., George B., Meta K., and John R. John M. Holladay died February 18, 1898. His wife, the mother of John R. Holladay, was born November 5, 1842, and was of Scotch-Irish descent. She died January 7, 1887.



They had the following children:
152 i. Meta Lee (1908-)
153 ii. John Randolph (1911-1981)
154 iii. William Mack Arthur (1913-1992)

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