|Oscar Jessie Baars||16.10.1882||Mary Jane Baars |
Myrtle Byron Baars (Phillips)
Sarah Eve Baars
|Geboorte||12/1883||Nashville, Davindson County, Tennessee, United States of America|
|Huwelijk||06.09.1899||Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America|
|Begrafenis||Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America||Godwin Cemetery|
|Married for a second time with John L. Kirkpatrick. |
See note at Oscar Jessie Baars for more information on Maud Tucker.
About Maude's father:
Dr. Tucker was educated in the Perry county public schools and in the medical department, of the University of Nashville and of the University of Tennessee, attending the former institution two terms and the latter one term. He took the degree of Doctor of Medicine in each, in the University of Nashville in 1872, and in 1886, he took additional work in the University of Tennessee, receiving again the degree the M. D. In fact, throughout his whole medical career, Dr. Tucker has kept abreast with every advance made in the science and practice of medicine and while no longer representing the younger generation of the profession, he retains the keenest interest in the discoveries and progress of this science and has besides the invaluable knowledge gained from his own long experience. He began the practice of medicine at Linden, Perry county in 1873 and continued there thirty-four years, or until 1907, when he changed his location to Hohenwald, Lewis county. He is a general practitioner and while located in Perry county was a member of the Perry County Medical Society. He has always been more or less interested in agriculture and still owns a farm. Politically he is an adherent of the Democratic party.
In 1876, Dr. Tucker was married to Miss Louisa Jane Beasley, daughter of Beverly Beasley, of Perry county. To Dr. and Mrs. Tucker have been born four children, namely: James Thompson Tucker, now of Chicago, Illinois; Maude, who became the wife of 0.J. Baars and resides in Perry county