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Ann Frances Bland Tucker was born in 1779 to St. George Tucker and his first wife Frances. She married John Coalter, her former tutor, in 1802. Together they had three children: Frances Lelia Coalter, Elizabeth Tucker Coalter Bryan, and St. George Tucker Coalter. She died in 1813.

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